About the Instructor
TERRY DYCK began agility training as something fun to do with her dog. Terry first saw agility on TV in 1998. The dogs and handlers performing looked like they were having so much fun that Terry knew she had to find someplace to train! Of course she had no intention of competing, just having fun with her dog was the goal. The rest is history.
Terry has trained with Laura Yarbrough, a pioneer in the sport of agility, for the past seven years. Terry and her Papillon, Crystal, are two time national finalists in the United States Dog Agility Association’s (USDAA) Steeplechase national tournaments in 2002 and 2003 and earned the title of ADCH (Agility Dog Champion) in 2004. Crystal is now retired.
Terry currently competes with her Border Collie, Wicket. Wicket came from a dear friend who earned AKC’S MACH title with Wicket in 2005. Terry is now working on the MACH2. They also compete at the Masters level in USDAA where they earned the coveted ADCH title in 2006.