My Agility journey began in 2011 when I was 10 years old. My first shows and training experiences were through the Colorado 4-H Dog Project here in El Paso County. It didn’t take long at all for me to fall in love with dog training and I realized early on that I had a preference for companion events, particularly Agility. 

Competing in agility for over 10 years, I have had the opportunity to handle and work with a variety of breeds and temperaments from Shiba Inus and Basenjis to Border Collies and Dutch Shepherds. I have attended Junior Invitationals in Orlando Florida with two of my dogs in 2018 and 2019, competed overseas in the Junior European Open with one dog in 2019, and became and AKC National Finalist with one dog in 2022. 

My priority as an agility coach is to set you and your dog up for success. My #1 goal is to make sure that your team is having fun and making progress. Each session will be uniquely tailored to make sure you and your dog accomplish your goals. 

When I am not working with clients I can be found running 4-H Dog Events with my family, competing with my two Border Collies, and working towards my business degree. 


AKC/USA Junior World Team member

Placement at the AKC Junior Invitational

AKC National Finalist

Invited to the AKC Premier Cup