David Greene

Founder & COO

David Greene, the founder and Chief Operating Officer of Performance K9 Training and Boarding, is recognized nationally and internationally for his sterling talent with dogs. He has represented the USA on four world teams with his dogs placing third and ninth in the world as well as holding the title of a five-time regional champion. His stadium accomplishments in the states and overseas transcend to pet dog training. David specializes in all types of obedience and is regarded for his expertise in aggression cases.

He can help address and solve virtually any dog challenge for customers with ease. In addition to receiving world recognition in dog sports, David has trained more than 2,000 dogs in the last 15 years as a professional dog trainer and has worked with high profile clients. Currently, David serves as training director for Thor’s Hope Foundation.

Christina MaconeGreene

CEO

Christina MaconeGreene is the Chief Executive Officer of Performance K9 Training and Boarding and oversees client relations, marketing, and publicity. Her vision for Performance K9 Training is to offer boutique training and pet accommodations while providing individualized care for both dogs and their pet parents. In the writing and publicity world, Christina is an award-winning writer with more than 1,500 articles published to her credit and secured spots for her clientele on NBC, ABC, Fox News, and KUSI News as well as publications such as MarketWatch, The Hollywood Reporter, The Cut, The San Diego Business Journal,  The Rancho Santa Fe Review, and Ranch and Coast Magazine.

She currently serves as board Vice President for Thor’s Hope Foundation.

Josh Moffett

Dog Trainer & Lead Kennel Technician

Josh Moffett proudly joined Performance K9 Training in 2019, bringing over ten years of experience in the dog care and training industry. Josh remains dedicated to ensuring that each dog in his care has the best experience possible through personalized attention. He truly exceeds pet parent expectations by his innate compassion and dog training skills. Over the years, his specialty with reactive dogs, both large and small, has enabled Josh to read a dog’s body language and work with every dog at their comfort level.

Josh met David nearly a decade ago and was thrilled to join the Performance K9 Training Team. What intrigued him most was how the boutique facility offered comprehensive training for dogs and their pet parents in a comfortable country atmosphere where dogs could thrive in the educational process.

Victoria Steinbach

Executive Assistant & Kennel Technician

Victoria Steinbach, a Texas Native, has been unwavering in her career choices when it comes to being of service to others. A military veteran, Steinbach started her career as a lifeguard, earned her certification as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), and then served her country in the Navy.

Victoria was first a client of Performance K9 Training with her service dog, Shadow, and later became an asset to the company serving the posts of executive assistant and kennel technician.

Victoria’s invaluable roles are twofold. The first entails her warm and calming nature for canine guests, ensuring that their health, safety, and happiness are at the forefront. The other is her meticulous management of the front office and her reassuring guidance with pet parents.

The highlight of Victoria’s day is when she sees the enhanced bond between dogs and their pet parents following the training journey. Victoria describes her job at Performance K9 Training as both wonderful and a privilege.

Amy O’Donnell

Kennel Technician/Front Office

Amy O’Donnell brings to Performance K9 Training & Boarding extensive medical experience with an in-depth nursing background in OBGYN and Narcotics Treatment. While she worked her way through high school and college as a dog grooming assistant and kennel attendant, caring for animals has always held a special place in her heart.

Amy is first to admit that while she found nursing incredibly rewarding over the last nine years, it was never her true calling. Her sterling history on patient-centered care now has a new focus on animal-centered care.

Her love for animals prompted Amy to make a career change. In tandem to enrolling in the Animal Behavior College for Dog Obedience Training, Amy also joined the esteemed group of professionals at Performance K9 Training & Boarding.

Amy holds the philosophy that a well-trained dog is less likely to end up in a shelter and stay in their forever home — she has a calling to play a part in that journey.  Amy is honored and excited to be part of the Performance K9 Training Team.