Susan has been competing in agility since 1990. Her dogs over the last 25+ years have earned titles in four different agility venues: AKC (American Kennel Club); CPE (Canine Performance Events); NADAC (North American Dog Agility Council) and USDAA (United States Dog Agility Association). Her students and their dogs have also earned many titles in all of these venues. Several have earned their agility championships. She currently competes in AKC and CPE with her Miniature Poodle Louie.
Fun First Agility classes are designed to teach your dog how to correctly perform each piece of agility equipment. They also teach you how to handle in the ring and for both of you to have a whole lot of fun in the process. You choose – Just for fun or for competition - We can help with both goals.
The Fun First Agility website: www.funfirstagility.net is being revamped so please visit it to watch as it grows and improves.
Jeanne has been participating in Flyball for over 17 years and has been teaching Flyball courses for 15 years. She has attended many seminars and gained valuable information on teaching strategies that benefit dogs with different learning styles and different body styles. Jeanne has been a member of four different flyball clubs and has been the owner and captain of her current club, Starfleet Flyball Club, for over a decade. "My goal is to teach dogs and their owners the exciting sport of flyball with a postive approach. Flyball is such an infectious dog activity and I only want to spread it around."
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Denise her first dog at age 12 and was hooked. She has titled dogs in obedience and rally, has trained therapy dogs and for other dog sports. She is AKC Evaluator #61255. Denise is teaching beginning obedience classes.
Alice has been training, showing and competing with her dogs for over 15 years. Her Doberman and Pharaoh Hounds have earned titles in obedience, rally obedience, conformation, lure coursing, and agility. Alice is teaching Dog Showing 101, a lecture based class designed for people who are new to conformation dog shows.
If you are looking for space to teach classes please contact us. We have clients looking to take classes in various dog sports.
Jorge found his way into competition obedience in 2005 through a close friend. He admired the precision and camaraderie that they demonstrated in the ring. Currently, he and Mandy have achieved a Utility Dog (UD) title and accrued 10 Obedience Trial Champion (OTCh) points. Additionally, he has just finished his Companion Dog (CD) title with his younger Golden Retriever, Shaylee. He achieved this feat with great velocity winning all first place ribbons starting with a 198 High In Trial (HIT), a 199 HIT, and a 197.
Janet teaches all levels of agility. She competes in agility and barnhunt with her Jack Russell Terriers.
Heidi is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer. She teaches puppy kindergarten, puppy class, and an on leash basic manners class through Sirius Dog and Puppy Training. For more information and to register for her classes please visit
Member of Northern CA Obedience Judges Assn & Sacramento Dog Training Club.
Rally is my passion, love it, can’t get enough of it! I have helped many, many people earn Rally legs and titles and to go on to earn those coveted RAEs. Several of my students have moved into formal Obedience and done well at that too. And, why not, Rally was originally developed from Obedience warm-up exercises called “Doodling”.
I actively compete in Rally and have done so for years earning at least 11 RAEs (that’s over 220 legs), bunches of High Combined awards, High Scoring breed (Schnauzer) awards, lots of perfect or near perfect scores; etc., etc.; and drum roll please…have I mentioned that I am also an AKC Rally Judge!
Rally is fun, or at least it should be. Beau and I are working on our 6th RAE and he still loves showing. This is proof that by making it fun, you and your dog can succeed for years. He also thinks formal Obedience is fun and is working towards his UD. If you are serious about competing in Rally or at least learning the behaviors to develop positive teamwork with your dog, consider joining one of my classes.
Beginning Rally or Novice Rally is Wednesday night from 7 to 8. Advanced Rally follows immediately and runs from 8 to 9. Classes are fun and there is always lots of cheering and encouragement going on from everyone. All Novice people are invited to stay and watch the “sharks” in action in the Advanced class!es It takes a lot of training and playtime to make a good Rally dog to achieve consistent performances, come and see what all the fun is about.
CHECK OUT: Monthly Rally Show ‘n Go’s & Rally Workshops.
Private sessions available as schedules allow.
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Barb is a Certified Nosework Instructor with the National Association of Canine Scent Work and has been training and competing in K9 Nose Work for the past four years. Barb has been teaching and training dogs for 30+ years including teaching public obedience classes with Santa Rosa Dog Training Club. She has been competing in AKC sanctioned obedience and rally trials with titles in both and has trained guide dogs at Guide Dogs for the Blind in San Rafael.
Tanya has decades of experience showing dogs. She has been breeding and showing her own dogs since 1982. Tanya provides instruction on conformation handling for both the dog and the handler through drop in classes.