The Dogs of Flying High Agility & Dog Training

Speedoggie Power Strip Tease

Tease is happy go lucky but a sensitive gal.  She will try anything and loves romping at the shore or swimming most of all.  She catches frisbees, chases tennis balls, plays agility, dock dives, hikes, bikes, excels at foundation games, loves learning new tricks (brain games), has dabbled in canine freestyle and sleeps with one eye open at all times.  Her favorite toys are an IKEA soccer ball and a chuck-it.  She dislikes thunderstorms and fireworks.  Tease is still competing in UKI dog agility.

Tease was born 7-20-07.

Speedoggie I'm On Fire "Flicker"

Flicker is a princess and rock star all rolled into one.  She enjoys life and has a great sense of humor.  In addition to agility Flicker has done therapy work for most of her life - she loves have people admire her:)  She loves a good romp on the beach, a swim in a pool, walks, hikes, doggie puzzles and snuggling.  Her favorite toys are her flying squirrel and any unstuffed road kill toy she can find.  She hates any loud noises.  Flicker enjoyed her last "official" agility competition run in October 2017 at 13.5 years old.  

Flicker was born July 28, 2004.

Waiting at the Rainbow Bridge

Yakn Ber Torch

Torch was my very first puppy, coming home with me at the tender age of 7 weeks old.  He would do absolutely anything I asked of him.  He competed in flyball, dock diving and agility and was also a therapy dog with Flicker.  He loved the shore, snuggling, chasing his jolly ball, hiking, swimming and just being next to me throwing himself into everything with every fiber in his being.  He once spent an entire semester as a reading buddy with his student buddy making a large paper mâché dog in his honor.

Torch is missed every day.  I have yet to write Torch's tribute but will someday soon.

December 7, 2001 to July 8, 2016


Bogart was my first border collie coming home with me when he was 10 months old.  He was probably the happiest dog I have ever met!  Bogart played agility and flyball and dabbled in obedience. He often ran in competitions with my students.  He never met a toy, person or cookie he didn't like.  Bogart swam, hiked, chewed bones, ate treats, played, snuggled and barked, a lot:)  He was always my co-pilot, sitting next to me as I drove home from competitions.

I still hear his bark.  Read Bogart's tribute here.

February 1, 1999 - September 20, 2012


I adopted Jewel in 1998 soon after I bought my first house. She was probably around 8 years old.  We enrolled in obedience classes and had a great time learning together.  One day we tried this thing called dog agility and soon after we were competing; she was about 9 years old.  She loved attending training classes, would hike for days on end and was never far from my side.  I had Jewel just a few short years and during that time she helped me raise Bogart and Torch.  I am forever grateful that she came into my life and taught me how much a dog could bring to my life.

She journeyed to the bridge in September 2002, passing quietly in favorite her spot in the yard after a morning of playing agility.