The Happy Dog USDAA March Trail
has been postponed to April, 25-26, 2020
We are proud to announce that the summer
Happy Dog camp is FULL!
Please ask about our wait list or audit spots available for camp.
Happy Dog Agility
and more . . .
Since opening in 1998, Happy Dog Agility has been proud to serve the dog sports community. We’re committed to not only providing quality instructors and classes, but going above and beyond to ensure our customers are completely satisfied. We welcome you to look through our site to see all we have to offer.
As one of the leading local businesses in the Moorpark, Ca. area since 1998, we attribute our reputation to the lasting customer relationships we’ve developed throughout the years. We believe that all of our customers deserve the highest level of service, and we are committed to providing just that.
Explore the rest of our site to learn more about what we have to offer, and get in touch with any questions.
Happy Dog Agility is here for you.
Sandy Scott started agility with her first sheltie Maverick in 2005. Maverick was quick and very driven to love the sport of agility. Due to an spinal stroke and paralyzation in 2008, Mavericks agility career had some setbacks. Being determined to return to agility, Sandy and Maverick spent over a year doing rehabilitation so Maverick could return to agility. He earned his PDCH (Performance Dog Championship) in 2013. Maverick was the Grand Prix champion at the 2014 Southwestern Regional. He was a Speed Jumping Finalist at Cynosports in 2014. Being her first agility dog, Maverick taught Sandy a lot about training and connecting with her dog. Mavericks love and desire for agility got Sandy hooked on the sport. In honor of Maverick who passed away in March 2015, he is the Happy Dog Agility logo. Sandy's second agility dog is Daisy who competed up to the age of 12 years old. Daisy was a finalist in the 2012 Grand Prix Finalist competition at Cynosports and 2016 Performance Speed Jumping Champion in 2016. Over the years, Daisy has earned her ADCH (Agility Dog Championship), Bronze Lifetime Achievement, Silver Lifetime Achievement and Gold Lifetime Achievement. Sandy competes with her 7 year old sheltie Skylar who has accomplished a lot in a short period of time. Skylar won 3rd place at Cynosports in 2016. She has won Steeplechase championship class 5 times, Master Challenge championship class 3 times and Grand Prix championship at regional events. Skylar has earned her ADCH (Agility Dog Championship), Bronze Lifetime Achievement Award and Silver Lifetime Achievement Award. Sandy also competes with her 3 year old sheltie Radar who has earned is PDCH (Performance Dog Championship) in 2019 and is the Performance Speed Jumping Champion at the 2019 USDAA Bay Team Regional. Sandy's youngest sheltie Keeper is showing great progress in his agility career.
Sandy really enjoys seeing her students accomplish things they didn't think they could do and loves watching the students and dogs become great teammates.
- Sandy Scott