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Our main goal is having fun with family, friends, and most importantly, our canine companions. Some of our
human members have started out in this sport at the very early ages! As for the canine group, some have
started learning at the age of 8 weeks and others have started their training at 8 years old! As a club, we
love to compete and win, but first and foremost, our goal is to stay family oriented and keep the FUN in flyball.

So get that ball out, practice, practice, practice and we will meet you at the tournaments!
Meet our inactive members!

 




Maax A.K.A. Mr. Toodles

Owner’s name:
Liann Schuster

Started Flyball:
2007

Favourite Pastime:
Lounging around when the sun is high but loves to give Luke a good chase around the yard.

Dog’s best time:
6.219

Maax A.K.A. Mr. Toodles is a Rat Terrier Rescue from Utah.  Maax is handled & loved by his owner Liann Schuster.  He started doing Flyball first in 2007 before any other dog sport but has since started competing in Agility in 2009.  He enjoys lounging around when the sun is high but loves to give Luke a good chase around the yard just to remind him who’s the BOSS.  His size allows his team to jump 8”.

 

 

Terry, A.K.A. T-Rex

Owner’s name:
Liann Schuster

Started Flyball:
2008

Favourite Pastime:
TBA

Dog’s best time:
6.510

Terry, A.K.A. T-Rex is a Rat Terrier/Italian Greyhound mix rescue from Texas.  He started his Flyball career in Sept 08 and is almost ready to enter the ring.  Terry excels at Rally O and has done Agility training.  He is a very smart boy and enjoys every dogs company equally.  We have big plans for this little guy and hope that he will be up to the many challenges ahead.  Terry is loved & handled by Liann Schuster.

 



Buster

Owner’s name:
Connie Moede

Started Flyball:
Sept 2004

Favourite Pastime:
Playing " tag" and "catch me if you can".

Dog’s best time:
4.8 seconds

Buster is a blonde border collie and was born in Oct 2003. He has 3 other relatives who also happen to be blonde although blonde border collies are not very common. He started his training in sept 2004 and his first race was July 7, 07. It was in his first race that he received his FDX. Flyball is not his first love but he does it only because mom asks him to. If nothing else, Buster is entertaining in the ring and has lots of new tricks in his bag he hasn't played yet!


 


Olive

Owner’s name:
Bobby and Sara Ogilvie

Handled by:
Expertly handled by Carole Paquin

Started Flyball:
2007

Favourite Pastime:
Her favorite toy is her tire, .she loves to tug! She also loves stealing socks!

Dog’s best time:
5.5 with a pass

Born January 31, 04 in Niagara Falls, Olive started with agility, but after trying flyball, it became apparent that thats where she excelled. She was known to run off the agility course. She likes to play with her (human) baby brother, and often snuggles with him. She is very energetic, and loves going on long walks. The only time she is ever exhausted is after a weekend of flyball!

 


   

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Katie

Owner’s name:
Jason Milburn

Started Flyball:
2006

Favourite Pastime:
TBA

Dog’s best time:
TBA

My 5yr old black & white border mix was rejected by three owners before we found each other. She was regarded as unruly and unmanageable. While I must admit she loves my attention, she is far from unmanageable.  From the time we met there was an instant bond between us.  Katie is the dog that introduced me to flyball and "the dog world".  After helping her loose almost 20lbs of unhealthy weight, and helping teach her to suppress her prey drive she is an amazing flyball dog and my best friend.  In return she has given me her undying loyalty, protection and companionship.  Somehow I feel I got the better end of the bargain.  If anyone ever wondered if a dog and person can change one another then I guess we are living proof.
 

Best time: time spent together!

 

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Mayahuel D. Lowe – aka Maya

Owner’s name:
Annie Descheneaux

Started Flyball: 2011

Favourite Pastime: Beside flyball, agility, Rally-O, canicross, long walk in the wood, herding chickens (but not the roosters… They are too big and scary!!!) Sleeping, chasing the cat, licking into every nose available, chewing on feathers and being the happiest dog I know.

Dog’s best time: NA

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Born the 4th of May 2010, Maya is a 6 pounds Poohuahua (Chihuahua/poodle mix) but somewhere in there, there is a Pitbull hiding… Maya doesn’t know she is only 6 pounds and love to do the same things as big dogs do. A picture of her was used to promote canicross in Québec city by FouBraque and she earns the unofficial title of “Smallest canicross dog” in Québec city. Maya can easily run up to 10k, climb mountains or walk for hour in the wood. She also does agility and a bit of rally-o. In 2011, Maya was a model for the company Caniswear. Maya loves to herd the chicken on our farm but she’s afraid of the roosters!!! Maya started flyball in 2011 but never compete. Hopefully, someday, Maya will trigger that box and will compete among those big dogs! She is handled and loved by Annie.

 

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