Upcoming Events

Y2K9s hosts several competitive events each year, including UKI and CPE Agility, Rally-O, and Canine Musical Freestyle. We also offer Therapy Dog Testing and Certification sessions, as well as weekend seminars from expert trainers in a variety of dog sports.

Bob Boyles Nosework Workshops

DATES: December 15 & 16, 2018
COST: $185 for working spots, $75 for auditors. Limited to 10 working spots, both days.
TIME: Both seminars run from 9-5. Lunch is not included, but water and snacks will be provided.
CONTACT: For more information, Email Alexa Karaoulis

Bob Boyles is a retired professional canine police handler from Maryland.
He judges for both NACSW and AKC.

Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018- Nosework 1 and 2 Trial Prep

Getting ready for your first Nosework trial? Worried about what it entails, and how to make sure you cover the search area efficiently?
This seminar will answer your questions and incorporate fun drills to give you confidence as you begin your trialing career!

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Sunday, Dec. 16, 2018- Searching with Efficiency at NW3 and Elite

Do you leave a search wondering if you’ve found everything? Do you feel like you need more time? This seminar will teach you and your dog how to search in the most efficient way possible!

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Body of Steel Workshop Series

DATE: Sunday, December 30, 2018
TIMESReserve your spot for 1, 2, or all 3 workshops.

  • 9:00-10:30 Abs of Steel – learn to work the dog’s core, the powerhouse of the body.
  • 11:00-12:30 Guns of Steel – learn to work the front legs and shoulders as well as stretches to add to the workout and tricks to encourage the dog to stretch himself.
  • 1:00-2:30 Buns of Steel – build muscle and work stabilizer muscles in the dog’s hind end, where the explosive power comes from in active sports.

COST: $30 per workshop for members; $40 for non-members. Sign up for all three and receive a $10 discount.
CONTACT: Email Stacey Manzo

Just in time for your New Year’s Resolutions!  Get your dogs in better shape through the Body of Steel Workshop Series, which focuses on canine conditioning fun during three 1.5 hour workshops. Learn how to exercise your dog safely and understand the progressions of exercises to go from the complete couch potato to the seasoned athlete. Access to professional fitness equipment will be provided as well as suggestions for everyday household items that may be used as substitutions to get the same results (i.e., yoga blocks, pool noodles, etc.).

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Classes are suitable for puppies, senior dogs, and everything in between. Dogs should be healthy and not under current care for any injuries.

WHAT TO BRING: Safety is a priority. Please bring a non-restrictive harness with a handle on the dog’s back for spotting during work on the equipment.  No pull harnesses or harnesses with only a ring on the front – these are not suitable for class. You may borrow a harness from a friend to use for the day. If you have questions regarding a harness choice, drop Stacey an email, and she’ll provide recommendations.

RESERVE YOUR PLACE: Working spots are limited to six per workshop; it is anticipated to fill quickly. Email Stacey which class (or classes) you want to attend and which dog(s) you plan to work. One working dog per spot but you are welcome to bring multiple dogs and alternate them for the exercises so they don’t fatigue too quickly.

Of note: This course was recently offered as a whole body introductory class and received such great feedback that it is now provided as multiple classes.


Trial Prep 101

DATE: January 11, 2019
COST: Working Spots: $45 for members, $50 for non-members. Auditors: $15 for members; $20 for non-members
TIME: 6-9 p.m.
CONTACT: Sally Silverman, CPDT-KSA

Whether you are thinking about entering your first agility trial, or consider that event a long way off, knowing what to expect can make the experience a lot more fun and successful. On Friday, January 11th, I will be holding a “Trial Prep 101” seminar from 6-9.

Topics include:

  • What you need to know to enter a trial
  • The different venues
  • What to take with you
  • What to expect when you get there

There will be opportunities to have your dog measured, check in at the gate, walk the course, go to the line, and run a course with timers and a judge. The number of runs will depend on the number of participants. Participants (including auditors) will also be asked to “work” the gate, ring crew, etc.

Please contact Sally Silverman, CPDT-KSA privately with questions or to register.


Y2K9s USDAA Agility Trial

DATE: January 12-13, 2019
CLOSING DATE: January 2, 2019
JUDGE: Ashley Anderson

Offering DAM Team/PVP and titling (all levels) and Grand Prix/PGP classes.

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Y2K9s CPE Agility Trial

DATE: February 9-10, 2019
JUDGE: Mike Conroy


Y2K9s UKI Agility Trial

DATE: February 16-17, 2019


Y2K9s CPE Agility Trial

DATE: May 4-5, 2019
JUDGE: Jeff Boyer


Y2K9s USDAA Agility Trial

DATE: July 27-28, 2019


Y2K9s CPE Agility Trial

DATE: September 14-15, 2019