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Dog Care and Training

PuppyThe Dog Care and Training Action Team is a group of 4-H members, volunteer 4-H leaders and KSRE staff members who are passionate about dogs. New members are accepted on a year-round basis. The dog action team meets face-two-face two times per year, and 3-4 times per year by Zoom/conference calls.

Dog Action Team Members

  • Anna Atherton, Harvey County (Chair)
  • Missy Fogelson, Reno County (Vice Chair)
  • Rebekah Heck, Sedgwick County (Secretary)
  • Jonathan Hoepner, Riley County
  • Brooklyn Loveless, Sedgwick County
  • Jill Martinson, Dickinson County
  • Danny McReynolds, River Valley District
  • Alex Mork, Sedgwick County
  • Lynn Mork, Sedgwick County
  • Chris Otto, Riley County
  • Mandalyn Otto, Riley County
  • Josie Reed, Greenwood County
  • Karen Riedmiller, Sedgwick County
  • Stephanie Shupe, Leavenworth County
  • Karen VanWinkle, Meadowlark District
  • Karrie VanWinkle, Meadowlark District
  • Cindy Williams, Meadowlark District
  • Danae Williams, Meadowlark District
  • Emily Wright, Marais Des Cygnes - Paola
  • Shane Potter, 4-H Youth Development Specialist and Faculty Liaison, 785-532-5800, potters@ksu.edu

Last updated:  June 3, 2019

Dog Action Team Minutes

Kansas 4-H Dog Action Team minutes are available digitally upon request by contacting Shane Potter, potters@ksu.edu or by calling 785-532-5800.