Chris Banke founds multiple clubs

November 25, 2016
Chris Banke began his interest in dogs at a very young age thanks to a doberman named “Dana.” He quickly found the Algemeiner Schutzhund Club at the age of 15 to further explore his interest -- and that interest immensely grew. Swiftly, the interest became a passion then helper work in dog training and, by age 18, he found his first business in the field. His experience has been vast since that time, spreading across the training of dogs for personal and professional uses in addition to breeding and competition training. He is also the founding member of numerous clubs dedicated to dogs and training services, including the Schaeferhund Schutzhund Club where he also serves as Vice President, The Mid-Island Schutzhund Club where he acts as training director, and the Pinebarrens Schutshund Club.