Patty Drom - Agility Director/Instructor
Patty is the owner of DALLAS DOG SPORTS and serves as the Training Director. Patty began training dogs in 1985
and has been an active obedience and agility competitor since 1986. Patty is also an agility judge for both USDAA and AKC
and has had the honor of judging at the National Finals for both organizations. Her current four-legged companions
are "Dewley", the Border Collie and "Spunky" the Miniature Poodle.
Gone but not forgotten are "Buzz" and "Jessie", both Border Collies and "Max" the Springer Spaniel,
competitors in obedience and agility. And let's not forget Scooter, the best ever Springer Spaniel (1984-1994)
that got all of this crazy dog training stuff started. Patty and her dogs have earned over 50 performance titles, in both
obedience and agility. Visit the Ring of Honor for more pictures of Patty and her dogs.
More about Patty
Terri Schmidt - Pre-Agility
Terri coordinates and runs the Pre-Agility program here at DDS. She has been involved in the world of performance dogs since 1982. As a breeder of Rhodesian Ridgebacks, she showed in the conformation ring, obedience, rally, lure coursing and of course, agility. Terri has been teaching dog obedience classes since 1993 and has been with DDS since 2001. Terri has also done a significant amount of television/movie work with her rescue Aussie, Roo (1997-2010), who appeared in multiple episodes of “Prison Break” and was a regular on the children’s show “Barney” as well as several Barney movies/videos. (a sample of their work: Entenman's Conspiracy Ad. Terri’s current teammate in the agility ring is Rush, the Border Collie, who finished his MACH in 2012 and his MACH2 in 2015, and has competed at the national level in AKC. Terri and her husband Peter reside in Garland. They are the proud parents of son Aaron, currently serving in the U.S. Army.
Faulkner - Agility Instructor
Jody has been involved in the sport of agility since adopting her first Aussie in 1999 and has been a DDS instructor
since 2000. Over the years her 3 Aussies – Gracie, Twist and Buck have earned multiple Championship titles in
numerous agility venues: USDAA, AKC, ASCA and NADAC. Her training involves making it fun for the dogs and helping
the owners learn how to make agility fun for all.
Stacy Lehman - Agility Instructor
Stacy has been competing in agility since 2000 with her teammate "Shirley". Shirley was
an All-American rescue dog who earned her ADCH in 2003 and her Bronze Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006.
Stacy's second teammate is Chuy, a Hungarian Pumi, who has earned his ADCH in 2008 and MACH in 2010. Stacy and Chuy
have also competed in the AKC Invitational and won 3rd place in the 20" class in California in 2010.
Stacy's newest agility partner is Borsika (Borsi), another Hungarian Pumi, who is just beginning her agility career.
Stacy's competition and training background includes horse eventing, where she participated in cross country,
stadium jumping and dressage. She has maintained her interest in music and has been teaching piano on a private
basis since 1985. Her musical talents have also been shared with the Plano ISD as an Elementary Specialist.
Stacy resides in Plano with her husband Jon, son David, and daughter Annie (who is also an accomplished agility
trainer having earned her ADCH and MACH with her dog "Misty" the Jack Russell Terrier).
Aimee Legendre - Agility Instructor
Aimee started agility training in 2001 and has never looked back. She has competed with horses in dressage
and 3-day eventing most of her life and now enjoys some of the same challenges with her smaller canine partners.
Aimee has a Border Collie, Charlie, and an All-American, Abby, that compete at the Masters level.
She loves teaching dog and handler how to have fun and get the most out of each other. When Aimee is not on the
agility field, you can find her on the tennis court. Aimee and her husband Bart live in Sachse.