Hi, I’m Sarah.
I am a force-free CPDT-KA certified trainer.
I love to have fun with my dogs.
She may be small but she is outgoing, confident, and has a zest for life.
Fury is a very food motivated dog and the best way to get her engaged in training is through her stomach.
Fury is my first agility dog and we started competing in 2017. We’ve had a lot of success together in a short amount of time. Fury is the 2018 and 2019 Canadian UKI National Agility Champion in her division.
Fury has several trick titles, participates in barn hunt, and passed her herding instinct test. Yes, she can herd sheep!
She has a more reserved nature with a sweet personality under that working border collie ethic.
Epi is a very toy motivated dog and the best way to get her engaged in training is by using her toy as a reward.
Epi is only my second agility dog and an up and coming superstar.
In the meantime we dabble in local disc competitions and are also in stock dog training with the aim to compete next year.
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