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Sandy Moody

Sandy Moody started in agility in 1999 and hasn’t looked back since. She enjoys all aspects of agility, including competing, training, instructing, and doing seminars. She is now an AKC agility judge. Sandy offered instruction for several local clubs prior to BHAD, but now she teaches exclusively for us. Sandy has competed in agility with her German shorthaired pointers, earning national recognition with her Rosie, and is now competing with her poodle Reign who just completed a Mach 2.

Mike Smith

Mike Smith started out in Agility when he was looking for something to do with his adopted shelter mutt and he has become passionate about the sport. For Mike, Agility is a perfect combination of challenge and fun. Through Agility he has been able to enrich his dog’s life, strengthen the bond that he has with his dog, and make new friends. Mike’s association with the BHAD training program gives him an opportunity to share his enthusiasm and to help others achieve their own visions of Agility success. Mike trains and trials with his dog in Delmarva and in South Florida.


Ashley Cook

Ashley was born and raised on the Eastern Shore, growing up with a love and passion for animals! She got her first job as 14 yr old at a boarding kennel, and before long was managing the kennel, dog training and grooming. Later she trained as a veterinary assistant, and then started her own private dog training and handling business. She joined Talbot Kennel Club, then Salisbury Maryland Kennel Club, and now Blue Heron Agility Association of DE, and is teaching agility classes at all 3 clubs. Although agility is her favorite, Ashley also competes and trains in Obedience, Rally, Water works, Barn Hunt, Tricks, and many more. Ashley lives in Cordova MD with her 2 dogs, Jinxy a 7yr old Portuguese Water Dog and Roxie a 5yr old Chihuahua.

We Vest Dogs in Delaware

Blue Heron Agility Dogs of Delaware has provided funding for protective dog vests for several local police departments and the Delaware State Police. The club’s goal is to have all canine partners in the community outfitted with the best equipment available.

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