Check out Kayenna's upcoming events! We host a variety of Workshops and Canine Good Neighbour tests!

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We are excited to bring back Teri O'Neill of Moto Agility

October 4th

Starters/Novice 9:30am - 12:30pm  1 SPOT LEFT

Masters 1:00pm - 4:00pm  FULL

$200.00 per session $25.00 for auditing

6 dogs/session

Registration is now open under Special Events at


Teri has more then 20 years of experience training and showing dogs in a multitude of events, including conformation, obedience, flyball and agility, achieving early success as a National Junior Conformation Champion and winning Championships at Jack Russell trials. Teri was a member of Alberta's fastest flyball team for Five years in NAFA, but her primary focus and main passion for the last several years has been agility.    As one of the top agility competitors in Canada. Teri has had the opportunity to compete on various world teams, representing Canada at IFCS, WAO and AWC.  Teri's proudest moment so far has been the 2013 World Agility Open in Spain, where her Border collie Tylt placed well in all events but brought her 1st Gold Medal as a 22" Biathlon World Champion. ​


Teri strives to refine a smooth handling style, which increases on course flow and creating handling efficiency. Teri has quite a bit of European influence in her techniques and this results in tight turns and maximum speed from any dog. As more North American handlers incorporate these methods, the overall result will be improved performance in Canadian Agility. Teri's goal is to share her knowledge and skills with other handlers who want to encourage the best performance possible from themselves and their dogs.​​​




The Canine Good Neighbour Program is a 12-step test, that when completed successfully, will ensure that one of our most favoured companions, the dog, is accepted as a valued member of our communities right across the country. Canine Good Neighbours can be counted on to present good manners at home, in public places and in the presence of other dogs.

The test is non-competitive and allows dog and handler to demonstrate confidence and control in 12 steps. It assesses the handler and dog's relationship, together with the handler's ability to control the dog. Dogs are evaluated on their ability to perform basic exercises as well as their ability to demonstrate good manners in everyday situations.

The 12 Steps:

  1. Accepting A Friendly Stranger

  2. Politely Accepts Petting

  3. Appearance and Grooming

  4. Out For A Walk

  5. Walking Through A Crowd

  6. Sit/Down On Command and Stay In Place

  7. Come When Called

  8. Praise/Interaction

  9. Reaction To A Passing Dog

  10. Reaction To Distractions

  11. Supervised Isolation

  12. Walking Through A Door/Gate

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Pre-Registration: $30.00+gst

Day Of Registration: $35.00+gst