Tania Chadwick has been training and competing in dog agility since 1995, first with her Golden Retrievers and then later with her Border Collies. Her dogs have earned the highest titles in USDAA, NADAC, and AKC and have attended the 1999 AKC National Championships and the USDAA Nationals/World Championships from 2000 – 2009.
Tania’s Golden Retriever, Marley earned the highest AKC titles of the time (years before the MACh title was introduced); the Master Agility Standard Title and Master Jumper Title. Her other Golden, Murphy earned her Agility Excellent Title and Agility Jumpers Excellent Title.
Her Border Collie, Kidd (recently retired) has earned the USDAA Agility Dog Champion Title, Platinum-level Lifetime Achievement Award and Platinum-level Agility Dog Champion Title. Kidd was also ranked in the Top Ten of USDAA agility for multiple years and was a National Finalist in the Steeplechase at the USDAA Nationals in 2004.
Tania is currently working with her young Border Collie, Boss, who competes at the Masters level in USDAA.
Tania has written for Clean Run, the leading agility magazine in the United States and also contributes monthly training exercises and event reports for the USDAA website and their award winning quarterly newsletter.