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Ken Walker

 

What is your name and how long have you been participating in the sport of dog agility?
Ken Walker, total of 9 years


What are your dog(s) names, breed and ages?
Annie, 10 year old Aussy and Mattie, 1 year old Aussy


How many titles have you and your doggie partner(s) earned? What are they?
We only started competiting at trials in the 2009, Annie has the following titles: Advanced Performance Gambler, Advanced Performance Jumper, Advanced Performance Snooker, Performance Dog, Starters Performance Standard, Starters Performance Gambler, Starters Performance Relay, Starters Performance Jumper, Starters Performance Snooker


How long have you been an instructor for LCDA and what class(s) do you teach?
3 years, Beginners and Novice level skills sets


With whom have you trained during your dog agility career and what qualifications/certifications do you have?
Stuart Mah and Kim Lamb (AKC Agility Instructor)


What skills do you think are the most important for the dog agility team to master in order to be successful?
I have to put, Down on the Table first (Annie and I have struggled with this), Stays, Distance Handling, Directional Turns, and Sending.
 

What words of advice would you give to starting dog agility teams?
Keep it Fun!!!!


Why did you become involved in the sport of dog agility?
I started agility with my first Aussy, Matty, to give her a job and keep her active. Continued agility with Annie mainly for the same purpose while training her as a service dog. Aussy's do not make good service dogs, so we concentrated on agility after a couple of years sabbatical. LCDA club (Wanda, Kathy and Courtney) got me interested in competiting, but we are not into the traveling to trails. We trail at home, so it takes us longer to title.

 

Describe the most memorable experience you and your doggie teammate have had during your dog agility career.
The Feburary 2010 trial, Annie had 4 Q's and received her Performance Dog Title with the final Q in Performance I Standard as well as getting Advanced Performance Jumpers, Snooker and titles. Sometime you build all the points and you win big.

 

And for fun.....if your dog had a theme song, what would it be?
Girls Just Want To Have Fun!

 

 

 

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