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Pattie Page & Bryce Longtin – Agility Trainers PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 26 January 2011 14:50

Pattie PageIn addition to being Kennel Supervisor here at Pet Country Estate, Agility Trainer Pattie Page also has a unique relationship with daughter Bryce Longtin - an accomplished Agility Trainer in her own right.  Since 2012, this dynamic duo has had great success in Agility Association of Canada (AAC) competitions from across the region.  They've now teamed up, to help you help you develop a successful, competitive partnership with your dog.  While transforming you into a wonderful "Handler-&-Dog" team, they make Agility FUN!

Their love of this unique sport, began in 2004 when Bryce began training & competing with "Shadow", a Sheltie born right here at Pet Country Estate. Shortly thereafter, every member of the family joined in and the aptly-named "RU READY AGILITY" team was formed!  This wonderful hard-working club, now hosts local Spring & Summer competitions annually.  New members are encouraged to try out, and spectators are always welcome to cheer on the participants (especially during their year-end one-day fundraiser, in support of Pet Country's Paws for a Cause). 

Think you'd like to try to run-the-course with your dog?  Click here for de-tails!  Immersed in this fun & fast-paced world for over 13 years now (& counting) Pattie & Bryce live, breathe and dream agility - and they hope you'll feel the same way!  "Daughter" Bryce Longtin has achieved the Master level with Shadow and has placed in many Regional and National AAC competitions.  Her younger Sheltie "Risky" achieved two titles within 3 competitions, all under the age of 2.  She also handles other competitor's dogs, which provides her with a definite edge when it comes to training.  The skills learned here, can then be adapted to get the most out of any running dog. 

"Mom" Pattie Page has achieved Master level with 3 dogs, and has placed in Regional and National AAC competitions with each one. She's currently competing with her Sheltie "Govnor" who at a mere 5-years old, obtained 7 titles in 2016, and is now working on his AAC Lifetime Achievement Award. Her upcoming puppy "Spirit" is a sports mix and is showing great promise & drive.  Click on our upcoming agility dates and look for Spirit to be competing by Fall 2017.

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