Search
× Search
About UsInstructors

Instructor Biographies


Agility Instructors

Renee Shriver
I have has been around dogs all my life. When I was a child my mother helped at a local training club and showed dogs in obedience, so I was always seen ringside. My mother was good friends with a collie breeder so a lot of my memories from my early years are playing with the puppies to socialize them and snuggling with all the collies. It should be no surprise that I fell in love with dog training when I was reintroduced to it as an adult and became addicted to working with my dogs!!!

In 1999 I took my first obedience class and I was hooked. I started teaching in 2003. I love the bond that dog training brought to my life. Angel and I started a journey together to bring smiles to people when she became my first therapy dog, My journey started with Angel but each dog since has helped me to explore new dog sports and to continue my journey. Currently Melody, Annabel and I are active in agility, obedience, rally, musical freestyle, pet therapy, nose work and tricks. Melody has also introduced me to tracking.

After being laid off from an office job I decided become a dog trainer. I have taught classes in agility, rally, competition obedience, focus/attention, pet obedience, therapy dog/CGC, nose work, tricks, tribal and musical freestyle. I teach group and private lessons.

My teaching methods are based on positive training, I love to make training fun for both the human and canine members of the team. After all we do this for fun and we ask the dogs to do a lot for us so let’s make it a happy experience for the whole team.


Certifications &  Affiliations: 

  • AKC CGC/Puppy Star Evaluator
  • AKC ACT Evaluator
  • AKC Trick Dog evaluator
  • AKC ATT (Temperament Test) Judge
  • Co-founder of Prancing Paws Freestyle Club of NJ
  • Representative for Companion Dogs Sports Program, this is a great obedience program where all dogs are welcome
  • I currently have dogs registered in AKC, UKC, WCRL, CDSP, UKI, NACSW, PSD and CRO.


Accomplishments:
I am proud of all the accomplishments my dogs and I have attained. In addition to titles in obedience, rally, agility, pet therapy, herding, canine musical freestyle, nose work and tricks. My dogs and I have had many accomplishments in addition to their titles:

  • Melody – 2019 CDSP Rankings #7 Versatility C
  • Melody – 2019 CDSP Rankings #16 Utility C
  • Annabel – 2018 CDSP Rankings #16 Starter Novice C
  • Annabel – 2018 WCRL Rankings #16 RL2
  • Melody – 2018 CDPS Rankings #3 Versatility B
  • Melody – 2018 CDPS Rankings #9 Utility B
  • Melody – 2018 CDPS Rankings #4 Versatility C
  • Melody – 2018 WCRL Rankings #4 Overall
  • Melody – 2018 WCRL Rankings #4 ARCHMX+
  • Melody – 2017 AKC Rally Nationals #30 in the Excellent Class
  • Melody –  2017 AKC Agility Nationals #36 in the 16” Class
  • Melody – 2016 WCRL Level 3 Rally World Champion
  • Melody – 2016 CDSP Rankings # 6 Novice C
  • Melody – 2016 CDSP Rankings #20 Open C
  • Oscar –  2016 WCRL Veteran Rally World Champion
  • Oscar – 2016 CDPS Ranking #13 Open C
  • Oscar –  2015 CDSP #17 in Open C
  • Oscar –  2015 WCRL Ranking # 9 Overall & #9 ARCHMX+
  • Oscar –  2015 UKC #43 Novice Dog
  • Melody –  2015 CDSP Rankings #7 Novice C
  • Melody – 2015 WCR Rankings #10 overall & #1 ARCHEX
  • Oscar – 2014 CDSP Ranking #10 Open B
  • Oscar – 2014 CDSP Ranking #17 Utility A
  • Oscar – 2014 CDSP Ranking #10 Open B
  • Oscar – 2014 CDSP Ranking #17 Utility A
  • Oscar – 2014 AKC Agility Nationals #35 in 16” Class
  • Melody –  2014 CDSP Rankings #11 Novice A
  • Oscar – 2013 WCRL Ranking #12 ARCH
  • Destinee –  2009 APDT Level 1 Tournament 2nd Place
  • Destinee –  2008 St. Hubert's Companion Dog Sports Program Ranking #3 Novice A


K9 Partners: 

  • Annabel (ARCHEX Heart Lake Ain'T No Stopping Me CD BN RE OA OAJ XF BCAT SIN SEN CGCA CGCU TKA  URO2 NC RL1X4 RL2X2 RL3X2 ASN-C CD-C PSD-NB PSD-NC PSD-ND PSD-NE SDN)
  • Melody (AGCH MACH4 ARCHMX8 TDCH Pinelands Unchained Melody  UD PCDX  BN RM2 RAE2 HSId HSAds MXC PDS MJC PJS MXP MJP  MFG TQX MFP TQXP T2B5 SCN THDA CGCA CGCU TKP SSN SCN ISD  UCD URO3 NC RLP RL1X10 RL2X10 RL3X9 IND SSB CD-C CD-CCH2 CDX-C CDX-CCH UD-C UDX-C VT-C CRO-1 )
  • Oscar (MACH2 PACH TACh2 ARCHMX  Boo Boo's Second Chance CDX VER RE MXS MXP2 MJS MJP5 MJS MJPB MJP5 MXPS PAX MXF T2B2 TQX THD CGC UCD URO2 NC AE NW2  RL1X3 RL2X3 RL3X5 RLVX3 CDX-C TAM2 TMAG4 W-FD/MF ETD CH-L1 CD-CCH)  Rainbow Bridge 9/4/17
  • Destinee (Destinee's Revenge THD, CGC, CD, RN, NAP, NFP, L1, L2, CD-H, W-FD/HTM,W-FD/SS, CRO-) Pet Store Rescue -Rainbow Bridge 3/17/17
  • Shadow (Van-M Still Water CGC CRO-1) Rainbow Bridge 2/10/13
  • Misty (Mystic Splendor THD, CGC, RN, L1, CD-H, UCD, CRO-I) Foster failure -Rainbow Bridge 11/23/13
  • Angel has the honor of being my first Therapy Dog -Rainbow Bridge 3/8/2008

Kelly Ely

Kelly was introduced to agility in 2000 when she rescued her first dog a papillon. Her next papillon Rocket competed at the highest levels in AKC earning his MACH and winning the 2003 All Star Agility Competition. After a short break for kids. She began competing with her 3rd papillon Surf. He has attained MACH2,  top 3rd at AKC Nationals, and Westminster 3 years. Her youngest partner is her BC Tiki. He made finals in the National class at the 2019 UKI Open in Jacksonville Florida at the age of 3. He is in Masters Standard and Masters Jumpers in AKC and Sr level in UKI. She has handled a Lowchen at Westminster and been a guest handler for many other breeds.

Kelly is strictly a positive based trainer. Her foundation in agility training is heavily influenced by Susan Garrett and Sylvia Turkman. Being a Speech-Language Pathologist she leans on the science of learning and individualized education styles to adjust and problem solve a training plan for a team. She believes that positive feedback for the handler is just as important as it is for the dog.

Certifications &  Affiliations: 

  • Her handling is influenced by Soshana Dos, Rebecca Thrift, Melanie Miller, Jessica Ajoux, Perry Dewitt, and Kathleen Oswald of the USA and Sabina Stastna CZE,  Zsofi Biro Hungary, and Lee Gibson UK.
  • She is a Global Judging National level Certified UKI Judge  
Cheryl Fischer
Cherie Fischer started in Agility in 1995, after 30+ years of riding and showing horses. She has trained, shown and titled Papillons, Border Collies, Golden Retrievers, Shelties and an Affenpincher to name a few, and over the years has trained many students with a wide variety of breeds.

She has been teaching agility for over 20 years and, as a result of her lengthy experience, in both large and small breeds, she brings a great deal of insight to handlers of all breeds. Her students have had a great deal of success with a variety of breeds, at both local and National levels.

Certifications &  Affiliations: 

  • Member of Bayshore Companion Dog Club.


Accomplishments:

  • Her own dogs have consistently been ranked in the AKC top dogs, and all have attained at least one MACH title.
  • She has attended and competed at numerous AKC National Championships, and many AKC Invitationals, winning or placing in many individual rounds, and has frequently been a finalist at both events, with both her Papillons and Border Collies.
  • In 2002 her papillon, Turbo, won the Overall AKC World Team Tryouts and represented the USA at the World Championships in Germany, where they were part of the US Silver Medal 3 dog MINI Team.


K9 Partners: 

  • MACH8 Sherman AAD (Retired), Papillon - Top 3 Toy dogs 1998 - 2006
  • MACH7 Turbo MAD, Papillon - Top 3 Toy dogs 2000 - 2009 Multi time National Finalist, Winner World Team Try Outs
  • MACH Rocky MAD, Papillon - Top 3 Toy dogs 1996 - 2002 Finalist at 2000 AKC Nationals
  • MACH5 WindUp! MAD - Border Collie
  • MACH Travis Magee AD (Co-Owned with S. Kulak) Top 10 BC's 1999 - 2000 Finalist 2000 AKC Nationals
  • MACH2 "Sheila" MAD - #11 AKC Border Collie 2013

Sally Gichner

Beginning in 1994 with Jean-Luc, her Belgian Malinois, Sally got involved in the sport of agility to help him burn off excess energy and focus his intense need to work.

It took only one lesson for Sally to become totally addicted to the sport. Quite simply, it was great fun for her and her dog!

She competes in AKC, CPE and USDAA events.

Sally has been an AKC agility judge for many years and brings to her classes extensive experience from judging, teaching classes, and giving seminars.

Sally has been teaching agility at all levels since 1997.

In 2008, she had three students who finished in the top 10 for their respective breeds.

Energetic and positive, Sally's teaching style conveys her love of the sport and commitment to helping owners get the best possible performance out of their canine teammates.

Sally stresses safety, motivation and works with each student to find a methodology that will work for both the handler and dog's physical ability.


Certifications &  Affiliations: 

  • Member of Bayshore Companion Dog Club.


K9 Partners: 

  • Sally has achieved the highest AKC title with her Sheltie companion, MACH3 Windabrae Nova.

Jo Lesko
I became involved with Bayshore Companion Dog Club after receiving my first Golden Retriever as a gift. Maggie liked to bark and therefore competition obedience was not a good option for us. We found agility, barking permitted, and the rest is history. I have been competing in agility for 7 years and enjoy passing on the information that I have learned to my students in a fun and exciting atmosphere.

Certifications &  Affiliations: 

  • In addition to teaching I have been a member of the Board of Directors and past President of Bayshore from 2006 to 2012.


K9 Partners: 
Currently I have 4 Golden Retrievers, three of them are still competing in agility:

  • Picabo's Lady Margaret OD AX AXJ RN
  • MACH4 ADHF Eureka's Lil Amazin Grace MXB2 MJB2 MXF MFS TQX
  • MACH2 Eureka's Golden Lakota Sunrise MXG MJC MXF MFS TQX
  • MACH Eureka's Lil Red Teddy CD MXS MJS MXF MFB TQX
  • My newest edition, a Border Collie: Topgun's Tailhook, Whoa Nellie!

Carol Mount
I have been training dogs since 1991. I am an AKC and USDAA Judge who has trained my dogs to Hundreds of titles in multiple agility venues, flyball, herding, lure coursing and in obedience. My husband and I are proud that all of our dogs are performance Dogs and most are titled in multiple canine sports.

Accomplishments:

  • I have written several articles for canine magazines and newsletters including Clean Run and Basenji Bulletin.  
  • I have been nominated twice for Dog Writers Of America awards and have won  The DWAA’s Maxwell Award.


K9 Partners: 

My current partners are:

  • Dynamo (BC)
  • Ta-da!, Lowchen
  • KenKen,Chinese Crested and
  • Arcade, Malinois.

 All do agility and flyball.  

Previous dogs are:

  • MACH3 Louie-Louie XF AD 40K
  • Belgian Malinois, MACH 3 Fusion, AX MXJ 40K
  • Rescue Belgian Malinois MACH “Sega” CD;
  • Basenji “Strider” CH AX AXJ CDX AD, etc;
  • Rescue Basenji “Ginger” OA OAJ CD, etc.;
  • Powderpuff Crested “Theory” NA
  • Border Collie “Quest” CD MX MXJ FM.

Jodi Keller

No General Info Available

Sybil Carroll

No General Info Available

Pet Training, Obedience & Rally Instructors

Chuck DiIorio

Like many dog owners, I started training my first dog, a mixed breed, just the way many people do - purely to train for canine manners so we could manage living with him. But the more he learned, the more I learned that I was actually enjoying my training time with him. Before long, my training of dogs began a fulfilling hobby that over the next 30 years has evolved into my teaching obedience and tracking.

My first competition dog was a Golden Retriever that successfully earned his AKC CDX and Canadian CD. He was well on his way to trialing for a UD before injury forced his retirement.

My next Golden not only achieved an AKC UD but also earned both a Canadian UD and a UKC UD. When my next two Goldens didn't have the drive and enjoyment of competition Obedience, I began to explore both Agility and Flyball and these developed into competitive venues which both the dogs and I enjoyed. Wanting to try training a different breed, I next trained Australian Shepherds who both went on to earn AKC CDX, UKC CD and Canadian CD's while trialing in Agility and Flyball. My current Golden, at age 2-1/2, has an AKC CD and TD, is trained through Utility and is close to trialing for both a CDX and a TDX.

I am enjoying teaching classes at BCDC. It is my goal as an instructor to have each of my students meet their own personal training goals and to see that both my students and their canine partners enjoy their training time as well as I did when I first began my own journey.

Certifications & Affiliations:

  • Member of Bayshore Companion Dog Club
Rose Mary Laubach

I have been involved with dog training for over 27 years.

I started with Siberian Huskies doing breed competition, sled dog training, obedience competition, agility, tracking and therapy dog work.

I rescued a Golden Retriever 17 years ago and have been hooked on the breed ever since, doing search and rescue, obedience competition, agility competition, tracking titles, conformation, field training, breed competition and therapy dog work.

I have earned several competition titles on 2 breeds in Obedience, 3 Rally Obedience titles, Novice, Open and Excellent agility titles, tracking dog titles and owner handled Conformation Titles on multiple Golden Retrievers.

Two of my dogs are in the Veterinary Hall of Fame for their work at 9/11.

I have been providing training classes for over 18 years for individuals and groups.

I also work with canine problem behaviors including fear issues, neurotic behaviors, separation anxiety, etc.

Twenty nine years ago I became involved with therapy dog work and became an evaluator for Therapy Dogs International. I am currently a certified evaluator with Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dog Organization. I was instrumental in starting the Paws For Reading program at a local library. My dogs make regular visits to Nursing Homes, hospitals, libraries and school systems and work with special needs children. I have also conducted educational programs with the dogs in school systems from Grade School through Master's level programs.

Certifications & Affiliations:

  • Member of Bayshore Companion Dog Club
  • I am Past President, Vice President and Recording Secretary for the Garden State Siberian Husky Club.
  • I am also Past President, Vice president and Board member for the Bayshore Companion Dog Club.
  • In addition, I have been very involved with Siberian Husky and Golden Retriever Rescue for many years.
  • Former Evaluator for Therapy Dogs International
  • Current Evaluator for Bright and Beautiful Therapy Dog Organization.
  • AKC evaluator for CGC program
Robin Mahoney

No General Info Available

Jamie Seibel

I started to train and learn more about training after adopting a “problem” pup. My husband and I rescued a mixed breed with severe anxiety and behavioral problems. Over the course of our first two years with our pup, we went to group training, private classes, behavioral trainer, and a behavioral veterinarian. Throughout the process, I studied and learned as much as I could to help our pup. I decided right then and there that I wanted to become a trainer to help other families struggling like we were. My passion is helping families stay together and build strong relationships through training and game play.

Certifications & Affiliations:

  • ABCDT- Animal Behavior College Dog Trainer
  • APDT -Member of the Assosiation Of Professional Dog Trainers
Ashley Tripodi

I have been showing in conformation for the past 25 years.  My original breed is Irish Setters.  I started out in junior showmanship and was a top junior for many years and I also represented the US at Crufts in my final year as a junior.  I have shown breeds from all 7 groups and have piloted many dogs to their championships, as well as numerous breed and group wins.  


I love dogs and I love training and working with them.  I have recently gotten involved in training and competing in Obedience and Rally and really enjoy both of them.  As I have grown as a trainer, my main focus is making sure I am having fun and my dogs are having fun.  

Certifications & Affiliations:

  • Bayshore Member, Irish Setter Club of America Member and Eastern Irish Setter Association Member

K9 Partners:  

Past Dogs (Gone, but Not Forgotten):

  • Ch. Ramblin' Red Fortune Scarlett, CGC- Scarlett- My first dog and my first Champion, we learned so much together. She was a diva and she ruled our house.  
  • Am./Can. Ch. Nightn'gael Ramblin' Red Ciara, CGC- Ciara- Ciara was not a fan of the show ring, but she was beautiful and she was a wonderful companion and produced a beautiful litter. My favorite win with Ciara was winning an asbolutely beautiful Veterans class at the 2005 ISCA National.
  • Am./Can. Ch. Ashlyn's Ramblin' Red Rocket- Rhett- Rhett was from our first home bred litter and he was such a fun dog to show and he just loved life.  
  • Ch. Ashlyn's Ramblin' Red Comet- Haley- Haley was from our first home bred litter. Haley was the absolute sweetest dog and just wanted to have fun and be loved.  I showed her in juniors and then she was shown in juniors by two other kids and she was a great partner for them.
  • BISS Ch. Nightn'gael Eternal Treasure- Ryan- Ryan was my most successful dog in the breed ring.  He finished with all majors from the Bred By class. He is a multiple Best in Specialty show winner and multiple group winner and also received an Award of Merit at the 2006 ISCA National and was a Top 10 Irish Setter for several years.  He was such a sweet dog and loved being a lap dog.  
  • Ch. Connall Magic Powers- Austin- Austin was my heart dog and he is so sorely missed.  He had a great early career and finished with all majors, but he never grew enough coat to compete at a higher level.  He was such a goofball and his favorite place in the world was the beach.  
  • Ch. Connall Magic Morning, JH- Jordan- Jordan is Austin's sister and came to us when she was 6, after her breeder asked us to take her before she passed away.  She was beautiful and super sweet. She won Best Puppy at the 2005 ISCA National and a Best in Specialty show and several breeds and group placements. 

Present Dogs:

  • DiQuollo's Super Girl, CD, BN, RI, TKN- Summer- Summer is my Novice A dog and we have learned so much together.  She is so smart and loves training.  She is a German Shepherd mix and she definitely keeps us on our toes, but we love her so much.
  • DiQuollo's Wonder Woman, CGC, TKN- Ali- Ali is a foster fail and we cannot imagine our lives without her.  She can be so silly, and then she is also the sweetest snuggler. Ali has some agility and obedience training, but her favorite dog sport is Fast CAT.   
Barbara Wirkowski

Dog training has been my passion and active hobby for over 25 years and being retired from my corporate job as a system engineer, I can actively pursue it.

I have trained my own dogs in breed, flyball, agility, tracking and obedience, obtaining championship level titles and national rankings in multiple venues. Obedience is my first love.

I am a certified dog trainer and my dog training experience includes; private in-home and in my home (2 week boot camps) pet training, teaching competition obedience classes, working for a kennel training pet dogs for their owners, and titling other people's dogs. I am currently teaching group pet and competition obedience classes at several dog schools in the area.

I truly love dogs and believe training should be positive and motivational. Both the dog and handler should have fun. My training is based on understanding and listening to each dog, so their maximum potential can be achieved.

Certifications & Affiliations:

  • Member of Bayshore Companion Dog Club since 1985.

K9 Partners:  My dogs (past and present)

  • Cinnamon (Sheltie mix, college dog and best friend for 15.5 years)

  • Ch Lorjen Sambuca Girl UD (Belgian Sheepdog) Sambuca got me totally hooked on the obedience sport and also on the Belgian breeds.

  • Ch OTCh FBCh U-CDX Can UD Winjammers Hot Diggity Dawg UDX, RN, MX, MXJ, NADAC: NAC, OAC-V (Belgian Tervuren) Diggs was my best obedience dog to date and introduced me to the sports of agility and flyball. He is a breed, flyball and obedience champion. Digg's obedience career highlights include 787 lifetime OTCH points, 2 perfect 200 scores, over 50 HITs/HCs, placements in Novice, Open, and Super Dog at Gains events, including 1st place in Open at Classic, 1st place in herding group at AKC Invitational (highest seeded dog after first day), and number 1 Tervuren in obedience many years running.

  • MACH OTCh Winjammers Never a Dull Moment MX, MXJ, RE, NADAC: EAC, EJC OGC (rescued ILP Border Collie) Neon taught me so much about clicker training. She is my first dog to earn both obedience and agility championships (OTCH MACH dog). Neon has earned many obedience HITs/HCs, and recently she came out of retirement to earn her AKC rally titles RN, RA, RE (all first place legs except for one).

  • CH OTCH U-OTCH MACH USDAA: ADCH Incyta Way Ahead UDX, OM2, TDX, RE, XF, HSAs, VCD3, TT (Belgian Tervuren) Topper helped me realize my long time goal of earning a CH/OTCH/MACH (3 AKC champhionships)! He also has a UKC obedience championship and a USDAA agility championship. He introduced me to the sport of tracking and we both love it. He earned the TD and TDX tracking titles before we had to stop due to periodontal disease. Topper is also my first dog to earn a herding title.

  • OTCH(5) UCDX Sprite-Fanfares Kissed by Grace, TD, RE, UDX3, OM6, MX, MXJ, XF (VCD2), TT (Belgian Tervuren) Graice is 7 years old. She is retired from obedience and currently working in agility and herding. She came from working lines and boy can she work! She obtained all of her AKC obedience titles (thru OTCH/UDX) in 2 years obtaining a several perfect 200 scores.

  • My current dog is a Belgian Malinois, 5 months old. My goal with him is to earn 4 AKC performance titles (obedience, agility, herding, and tracking). I might show him in breed too. He has started learning all 4 venues and showing tremendous potential. I plan to have fun and totally enjoy my pursuits with him and thus him name "Journey"
Christy Wolber

No General Info Available

Marisa Schmidt
Marisa has been training dogs for 10 years. She has trained and earned the highest titles in agility on both her German Shepherd Dogs, Draven and Tang but also her Japanese Chin, Kazi. Draven is a 2 time National Champion and the #1 Male German Shepherd in agility of all time,Tang is currently ranked Number 5 in the country and Kazi is the first and only MACH (and Mach 2) Japanese Chin, not to mention a breed champion as well.

She has been breeding Japanese Chins for 7 years and has multiple bred by Champions. She has shown a dog in the breed ring in each of the groups but her expertise lies in Herding and Toy dogs where she has finished multiple champions for various clients. She also "coached" the Juniors winner at the 2010 Japanese Chin National Specialty.

Sybil Carroll

No General Info Available

Renee Shriver
I have has been around dogs all my life. When I was a child my mother helped at a local training club and showed dogs in obedience, so I was always seen ringside. My mother was good friends with a collie breeder so a lot of my memories from my early years are playing with the puppies to socialize them and snuggling with all the collies. It should be no surprise that I fell in love with dog training when I was reintroduced to it as an adult and became addicted to working with my dogs!!!

In 1999 I took my first obedience class and I was hooked. I started teaching in 2003. I love the bond that dog training brought to my life. Angel and I started a journey together to bring smiles to people when she became my first therapy dog, My journey started with Angel but each dog since has helped me to explore new dog sports and to continue my journey. Currently Melody, Annabel and I are active in agility, obedience, rally, musical freestyle, pet therapy, nose work and tricks. Melody has also introduced me to tracking.

After being laid off from an office job I decided become a dog trainer. I have taught classes in agility, rally, competition obedience, focus/attention, pet obedience, therapy dog/CGC, nose work, tricks, tribal and musical freestyle. I teach group and private lessons.

My teaching methods are based on positive training, I love to make training fun for both the human and canine members of the team. After all we do this for fun and we ask the dogs to do a lot for us so let’s make it a happy experience for the whole team.


Certifications &  Affiliations: 

  • AKC CGC/Puppy Star Evaluator
  • AKC ACT Evaluator
  • AKC Trick Dog evaluator
  • AKC ATT (Temperament Test) Judge
  • Co-founder of Prancing Paws Freestyle Club of NJ
  • Representative for Companion Dogs Sports Program, this is a great obedience program where all dogs are welcome
  • I currently have dogs registered in AKC, UKC, WCRL, CDSP, UKI, NACSW, PSD and CRO.


Accomplishments:
I am proud of all the accomplishments my dogs and I have attained. In addition to titles in obedience, rally, agility, pet therapy, herding, canine musical freestyle, nose work and tricks. My dogs and I have had many accomplishments in addition to their titles:

  • Melody – 2019 CDSP Rankings #7 Versatility C
  • Melody – 2019 CDSP Rankings #16 Utility C
  • Annabel – 2018 CDSP Rankings #16 Starter Novice C
  • Annabel – 2018 WCRL Rankings #16 RL2
  • Melody – 2018 CDPS Rankings #3 Versatility B
  • Melody – 2018 CDPS Rankings #9 Utility B
  • Melody – 2018 CDPS Rankings #4 Versatility C
  • Melody – 2018 WCRL Rankings #4 Overall
  • Melody – 2018 WCRL Rankings #4 ARCHMX+
  • Melody – 2017 AKC Rally Nationals #30 in the Excellent Class
  • Melody –  2017 AKC Agility Nationals #36 in the 16” Class
  • Melody – 2016 WCRL Level 3 Rally World Champion
  • Melody – 2016 CDSP Rankings # 6 Novice C
  • Melody – 2016 CDSP Rankings #20 Open C
  • Oscar –  2016 WCRL Veteran Rally World Champion
  • Oscar – 2016 CDPS Ranking #13 Open C
  • Oscar –  2015 CDSP #17 in Open C
  • Oscar –  2015 WCRL Ranking # 9 Overall & #9 ARCHMX+
  • Oscar –  2015 UKC #43 Novice Dog
  • Melody –  2015 CDSP Rankings #7 Novice C
  • Melody – 2015 WCR Rankings #10 overall & #1 ARCHEX
  • Oscar – 2014 CDSP Ranking #10 Open B
  • Oscar – 2014 CDSP Ranking #17 Utility A
  • Oscar – 2014 CDSP Ranking #10 Open B
  • Oscar – 2014 CDSP Ranking #17 Utility A
  • Oscar – 2014 AKC Agility Nationals #35 in 16” Class
  • Melody –  2014 CDSP Rankings #11 Novice A
  • Oscar – 2013 WCRL Ranking #12 ARCH
  • Destinee –  2009 APDT Level 1 Tournament 2nd Place
  • Destinee –  2008 St. Hubert's Companion Dog Sports Program Ranking #3 Novice A


K9 Partners: 

  • Annabel (ARCHEX Heart Lake Ain'T No Stopping Me CD BN RE OA OAJ XF BCAT SIN SEN CGCA CGCU TKA  URO2 NC RL1X4 RL2X2 RL3X2 ASN-C CD-C PSD-NB PSD-NC PSD-ND PSD-NE SDN)
  • Melody (AGCH MACH4 ARCHMX8 TDCH Pinelands Unchained Melody  UD PCDX  BN RM2 RAE2 HSId HSAds MXC PDS MJC PJS MXP MJP  MFG TQX MFP TQXP T2B5 SCN THDA CGCA CGCU TKP SSN SCN ISD  UCD URO3 NC RLP RL1X10 RL2X10 RL3X9 IND SSB CD-C CD-CCH2 CDX-C CDX-CCH UD-C UDX-C VT-C CRO-1 )
  • Oscar (MACH2 PACH TACh2 ARCHMX  Boo Boo's Second Chance CDX VER RE MXS MXP2 MJS MJP5 MJS MJPB MJP5 MXPS PAX MXF T2B2 TQX THD CGC UCD URO2 NC AE NW2  RL1X3 RL2X3 RL3X5 RLVX3 CDX-C TAM2 TMAG4 W-FD/MF ETD CH-L1 CD-CCH)  Rainbow Bridge 9/4/17
  • Destinee (Destinee's Revenge THD, CGC, CD, RN, NAP, NFP, L1, L2, CD-H, W-FD/HTM,W-FD/SS, CRO-) Pet Store Rescue -Rainbow Bridge 3/17/17
  • Shadow (Van-M Still Water CGC CRO-1) Rainbow Bridge 2/10/13
  • Misty (Mystic Splendor THD, CGC, RN, L1, CD-H, UCD, CRO-I) Foster failure -Rainbow Bridge 11/23/13
  • Angel has the honor of being my first Therapy Dog -Rainbow Bridge 3/8/2008


Terms Of UsePrivacy StatementCopyright 2021 by Bayshore Companion Dog Club
Back To Top