Dilly was the 22” winner of the 2007 and 2009 USDAA Northeast Regional Grand Prix of Dog Agility. In 2014 he won the Northeast Regional Performance Grand Prix in the 16" class. Read more
Amanda Shyne is the founder of data driven agility. Amanda loves all animals and pursued a graduate degree studying animal behavior at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. Her PhD dissertation examined the effects of environmental enrichment on zoo animal welfare. Due to her training as a researcher her agility school takes a scientific approach to agility and dog training as it is constantly looking for the most effective ways to communicate course direction to dogs. Amanda is not afraid to try new techniques and enjoys taking seminars as much as she does teaching them. One of her catch phrases, “Good to know,” reminds her students that all data is important even if it suggests the need for more training. Amanda loves agility and will continue to learn from her dogs for the rest of her life.