Q-Quest Agility Training

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Our Dogs: 

Mattie clips  M1    M2                 Boomer clips   B1   B2          Graycee clips  G1   G2   G3

Our newest addition:             Indy       

This is Mattie.  She was adopted from IDAWG when she was 4 months old. Now at 4, she is getting better at her job.  She prefers to herd me than drive towards the next obstacle, but she is improving.

Due to COVID and at home programs, we earned her USDAA PDCH in Sept of 2020.  In NADAC she has earned her Excellent Versatility Award.

Mattie is generally slow and steady.  We don't see speedy Mattie that often.  I would love more practice with speedy Mattie, so we can be faster and steady! 



RIP Boomer,  July 2016.  I decided to retire Boomer, so 2014 was her last season. Boomer is a mini aussie. She was born in December of 2003. In AKC agility her proper title is PACH Boomer MX MXJ MXPB MJPB PAX OF MFP TQXP T2BP.   Quite a string of letters!  She also has earned her  NADAC NATCH 2 and Versatility NATCH 2 and her USDAA PDCH (Performance Dog Champion) Title.

Boomer recently attended 2014 NADAC Championships.  She made it to the finals and finished 5th in her division. Boomer also placed 2nd in team in her divison.  In 2012, Boomer attended AKC Nationals in the preferred division. She ran without any faults in all of her runs. Boomer attended the USDAA 2006 World Cynosport Games in Scottsdale, Arizona. Boomer participated in the Grand Prix of Dog Agility Championship and Dog Agility Masters Team Championship. Boomer brought home a third place in the Time Gamble with a twist 16" height class, a strategy game.

RIP Graycee, August 2020.  She was a registered ASCA aussie and was born in March of 08. Graycee completed her AKC Open Standard  title and Excellent FAST and Jumpers titles. In NADAC she earned both her NATCH 2 and Versatility NATCH 2.  She also completed her All Around NATCH in August of 2020. She is being inducted into the NADAC Hall of Fame! In USDAA, she needed a Grand Prix Q to earn her PDCH, but we did not achieve that goal.

Graycee attended the 2014 NADAC Championships.  She made it to the finals and finished in 7th place overall. Graycee and her teammates finished in 1st place in her team division.  She also attended 2016 Championships and continued to collect ribbons. 

Graycee was a very fast and fun teammate. I will miss her greatly. She was overcome by advanced kidney disease within just a few weeks.  It was unexpected.  I thought we would have a few more years of spending time together both on and off the agility field.


Q-Quest dog agility training serving Nampa, Kuna, Caldwell, Boise, Meridian
and surrounding areas in Canyon and Ada Counties.