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Instructors at Agility World
For Lessons and Information Please Contact the Following

Leslie Marshal

Leslie has been training dogs since 1986. She started in obedience, and then branched out to other dog sports as well.
She competes with her Miniature Schnauzers in conformation, obedience, rally, agility and recently Barn Hunt. She is also known to handle other breeds in obedience and agility as well!
Her dogs have won numerous regional agility championships, and placed in a number of National championships as well, over the years. They have ranked nationally in obedience as well as rally.
An obedience and rally judge since 2008, Leslie also judges in the USA as well as Bermuda.
Leslie maintains her status as Registered Veterinary Technician, working on occasion in clinical practice. As The Puppy Tutor, she works with families needing assistance with their canine companions, in their homes, in Guelph. At Agility World in Acton, she teaches classes in both agility and obedience, with a focus on skills for all performance sports.

Dave Rhodes Facebook 

Dave Rhodes has been guiding students from the foundation of agility work up to and including competing at different venues.  Dave is proud that many of his students have gone onto compete in the AAC Regionals and Nationals and making it to the podium.  He has also made the podium in both Regionals and Nationals with his dog Tissot.

Dave competes in UKI trials in both Canada and United States.  Recently placed 1st in the UKI Classic in Florida and 1st in the Spring Cup in Ontario.  To round out a busy schedule he also competes at local CPE trials and his aspirations is to achieve his C-ATCH with Tissot and then continuing onto to become an agility judge with this organization. 

The method of training is to use motivation to both handler and dog.  Fully believes that all dogs can be taught to run to their full potential and agility should be a team sport and fun for the dog and handler at all times.
Above all Dave loves to see the dog and handler “get it” when learning a particular difficult exercise.

Tab Veary

Competing in agility for over 15 years. Teaching for over 12 years.

I love watching the progression my students and their dogs make as a team. The bond that is built is truly my favourite part. I teach agility because I love the sport. My goal is that anyone can do it safely with their dogs, whether  they choose to compete or not.