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Group Classes with Anne Graumann
Monday
6:00-7:00pm - Skills & Drills
7:00-8:00pm - Puppy
Tuesday
9:00-10:00am - Novice/Advanced Handling
10:00-11:00am - Novice/Advanced Gamblers
7:00-8:00pm - Masters Gamblers
Private lessons available by appointment.

Anne Graumann got started in agility with a mixed-breed dog and she competed with her in USDAA up to Masters level.  Her second dog, Ace (Aussie), had a decorated career including ATCH2, MACH, PDCH-Silver, LAA-Bronze, and making USDAA and ASCA Nationals finals.  Anne currently competes with two Aussies, Queue and Whiskey.

 

Anne’s primary goal as a trainer is to help students learn how to set the most efficient lines for their dogs and to have sound technical skills. She believes that the best teamwork is developed through positive motivation. Anne has worked with a broad variety of dog breeds from companion and northern dogs to herding and hunting dogs, as well as various mixed breeds, and dogs in all jump heights.  Anne is well versed in teaching everything from foundation to international-style handling to distance skills, and anything in between.

Group Classes with Terry Simons
Wednesday
6:00-7:15pm - Advanced/Masters
7:15-8:30pm - Novice/Advanced

Thursday

6:00-7:15pm - Beginner/Pre-Novice

7:15-8:30pm - Masters Plus

Terry Simons has been involved in dog agility for over 20 years.  He is a celebrated competitor, dog trainer, author, animal activist and the host of FOX Sports 1 Masters Agility Championship at Westminster. His dogs have all reached the highest levels of agility competition, including making the national podium in both the United States and Canada.

Small group classes and private lessons, 

taught by Anne Graumann, Terry Simons, and Eden Heigel, are

offered Monday-Thursday. Contact instructors directly

for additional information

or to register for classes or privates.

Private Lessons with Eden Heigel
By appointment.  Contact Eden to schedule.
 
Eden Heigel got her first Border Collie/Mal-Shepherd mix named T-Lou from the SPCA in Los Angeles, CA. T-Lou and her found the sport of Agility in 1999 and started competing in USDAA and NADAC trials. In 2000 she got Bjorn, a purebred Border Collie then in 2002 Eden moved to the UK and France along with the K9 family to attend University. While in Europe, Eden trained with some of the top International Agility competitors at the time, including Greg Derrett and Christine Charpentier. Also during this time she was the Assistant to long time FCI president J.P.Petitdidier where she got to work and attend several FCI AWCs. After a few years absent from the sport and relocating back to Los Angeles, Eden began teaching agility, as well as competing with her Jack Russell Terrier, Lorcan, and Border Colly, Aston.  Both dogs have been having successful Agility careers, including competing in National and International championship events.