Deciding to focus on Basketball rather than Softball at the collegiate level, Becca accepted an athletic scholarship and used it to earn a BS in Biology. A career in Veterinary Medicine followed
as a Savannah, GA Emergency Room Technician and led to her current position with a Veterinary Dermatology and Ear Specialty Clinic in Charleston, SC. While in Savannah, Becca frequently provided private consultations on Dog Behavior and Training.
10 years ago Becca discovered the Sport of Dog Agility and it has been taking over her life ever since. Becca is currently Head Trainer and Co-owner of Scoot Dog Agility. Having personally trained and handled such varying types of breeds as a Bocheron, a Jack
Russell Terrier, a Lab, a Border Staffy as well as several Aussies and BCs, Becca is rarely faced with a breed with which she is not familiar. Teaching weekly Agility Classes and Private Lessons consisting of virtually every athletic canine breed has made
Becca particularly adept at helping just about any prospective Agility Dog.
Becca frequently attends Training Workshops and Seminars featuring such leaders in the Sport as Jaako and Janita of the One Mind Dogs, Jenny Damm, Karen Holik and Mary Ellen
Becca’s most recent Agility accomplishments include earning a USDAA Agility Dog Championship (ADCH) on her BC Spanky and needing only a single Master Standard leg for her Border Staffy Snatchy’s ADCH. Spanky also won the Gold Medal,
and the National Champion Title, in the Speedstakes Challenge, as well as the Bronze Medal in the Games Challenge, at the UKI 2013 National Open. Snatchy reached the Finals in the Performance Pairs Championship at the USDAA 2013 National Championships.