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A Little About Myself ...

I have three Boston’s; Roy, Ann and Al, Appaloosa Horse Chief, three cats, Booty, Ruddy, Toody and many Bantam chickens. We live in Oak Creek, WI. I have been training in agility since 1995. My first trial with Roy was in 1997 -a “Fun On The Run” NADAC Trial. That was also the first of our qualifying legs. Roy took 2- 1st, 2-2nd, and 1-3rd that weekend. Not bad for our first try. That was also the weekend we came home and started to build our own equipment which soon turned into our agility school, “HAPPY FEET”.

Since that first trial, Roy has successfully competed in AKC, UKC, NADAC, ASCA and USDAA. Roy also has a few obedience titles, and finds a little time to do some therapy work. Ann came to us later in her life after her owner passed away. Ann is Roy’s niece. She was older, 1 ½ and had no training when she came to live with us. She has not shown much yet. She does have a few agility titles. Her biggest problem is she is a real social butterfly. She does great but sometimes forgets we are working and has the urge to visit the judge or photographer. Our newest addition, another Boston Terrier, Al.

Still looking for a venue that will accept my American Spotted Mouse Hound so he can start to trial.


I have written several articles, including the ones listed below:

Deb Chvilicek

UACHX, UCDX Foxfire’s Roy TT, TDI, CD, MX, MXJ, AAD, EAC, EGC, EJC, ASAC-CDX, RS-N, JS-N (9/23/94)
U-AGI Foxfire’s Agile Ann NA, NAJ (12/2/97)
Cantrip’s Agile Al