VETERAN OWNED & OPERATED
Tabitha Krol has been practicing dog agility since 2010. She began competing in 2011 with her first Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Baxter. Drawn by the excitement of the sport, Tabitha’s corgis have competed across the United States and have competed and titled in multiple agility organizations: AKC, CPE, NADAC, USDAA, UKC, UKI, and Teacup Agility. Tabitha has trained handler and dog teams of all breeds and at all levels of agility—from Foundation to Masters Level. She has also proudly coached her student teams through their first agility competitions and successfully on to higher levels. She enjoys continuing to learn about agility and to educate herself by attending seminars taught by Agility World Team members.
Tabitha has competed at the following National Agility Competitions: CPE Nationals 2014 • Baxter 1st Standard, Snooker, Colors, Wildcard, FullHouse UKI US Open 2017 • Baxter 1st Games Challenge, 3rd in Winner Take All • Ziggy 2nd Games Challenge, 2nd in Power and Speed Cynosport World Games 2015 & 2019 • Baxter 3rd Jokers Wild, 5th Gamblers, Performance Versatility Pairs Finals (2015) • Baxter 1st 8” Veterans All-Around Champion (2019) • Ziggy 2nd Performance Grand Prix Quarterfinals (2019)
The youngest corgi, Rose has quickly qualified for multiple national 2020 events.
Baymoor Cracklin Rosie Make Me Smile MX MXJ NF APD BID SSB
At 11 years old, Baxter is still excelling at agility, achieving AKC Championships in two height classes.
MACH PACH2 Baxter Seeking the Dark Tower Came MXB MJB MXPS MJPS PAX2 XFP T2BP APD CL3 NAC UACHX IAC
According to Bad Dog Agility, Ziggy is one of the fastest agility corgis competing in AKC.
PACH Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars MXPB MJPS PAX XFP TsB2 APD CLE3 UAGI UAGII IWAC IAC
Orlando Florida, 3 teams, 27 dogs with handlers. Brand new to the sport of agility and Master Level Handlers.
Welcome to OTCK9 boarding. Your pups home away from home. While with us they get lots of socialization, outside time and even unlimited treats and cartoon network! We have a Facebook page where you will be able to see daily pictures and updates of your furry friend.