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Vicki Jones from San Diego, CA handling her Vizsla "Trooper" in their first AKC Dog Agility competition which was held in Escondido, CA .
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We are very proud of how well Dog Quest students perform in competition. Our goal with solid foundation training in the Fast Track, and course work at the Pre-Novice/ Novice level is that your first experience in competition will be a blast!
Pandy Shore from Poway, CA handling her Pomeranian "Ellie" in their first AKC Dog Agility competition which was held in Bonita, CA.
Lisa Boudreau from San Diego, CA handling her Golden Retriever "Hope" in their first AKC Dog Agility competition which was held in Escondido, CA.
Trudy Morgan from Carlsbad, CA handling her Border Collie "Freddie" in their first AKC Dog Agility competition which was held in Escondido, CA.
Catherine Laguna from Escondido, CA handling her mixed breed "Alfie" in their first AKC Dog Agility competition which was held in Bonita, CA.
Randi Carl of El Cajon, CA handling her Borzoi "Manny" at one of their first AKC Dog Agility competitions which was held in Bonita, CA.
Debra Farrow from San Diego, CA handling "Travis", a Bichon Frise.  This was their first AKC Dog Agility competition which was held in Bonita, CA.
Audrey Greenwood from Fallbrook, CA handling "Chainsaw", a Parson Russell Terrier. Their first AKC Dog Agility competition  started with two days of competition at Industry Hills (on dirt) followed by one day in Escondido (on grass).
Julee Blair from Escondido, CA handling "Greta", a Golden Retriever. This was their first Dog Agility compettion where Greta unexpectedly had to jump 26 inches in USDAA.