DEE VAN COLLER
At the centre of SADAA's Western Province region is South Africa's Mother City, Cape Town. The city is known for its diverse cultures and famous landmarks such as Table Mountain. Western Province has the largest contingency of SADAA members and their Regional Trials can attract over 100 entries over a weekend.
Dee van Coller joined SADAA in 2004 with her first agility dog, Bambi, an SPCA crossbred Maltese terrier (or something). As a team, they had great fun for many years, reaching top grade in all disciplines before she retired. Dee then took over a rescue retriever-ridgeback-type from her sister. Dee and Luna were never the fastest team in the field, but they had staying power and a never-say-die attitude. Luna was Best Maxi Overall Dog at SADAA’s Boland RTs 2011 and became a Dog Jumping Champion (in KUSA).
Two and a half years ago, Dee adopted a tiny BC puppy from Border Collie Heaven. Little Zsa Zsa, has grown up into a turbo-charged missile.
“I’m trying to change my handling skills from ‘sure and steady’ to something approaching Mach 3. We’re still a work in progress, but we’re having the best fun ever!”
is a dog training club that offers competitive agility training for agility dogs and handlers, both beginner and advanced levels. The club is situated at the Cape Town Cricket Club in Victoria Road, Plumstead.
To learn more, please contact Lorna Morrissey at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone/whatsapp her on 082 924 5442 or visit their Facebook page.
Fish Hoek Agility Dogs
Offers agility training in the Fish Hoek
area of Cape Town. For more information contact Jacki van Heerden
Tel: 021 786 2499
Cell: 083 658 8707
Is a small club offering dog agility lessons only. Private and group lessons from foundation to advanced competition level.
Our field is enclosed and situated in the beautiful rural setting of SARDA,
Brommesvlei Raod, Constantia.
Contact Kath Fraser 021 761 6219 or 082 2640553. Find us on Facebook:
Cape Province Dog Club
CPDC offers a range of training classes including puppy socialisation, obedience,
agility and more. For more information
go to their website