Zanee Summer Camp


2020 dates are August 21 - 23

2019 camp is over! Below is some of the 2019 camp information to give you an idea of what went on.

This camp will focus on INDEPENDENT SKILLS to get YOU moving down the line ahead of your dog.  Our four instructors will help you and your dog master independence obstacle performance and strengthen your teamwork through skill-building and coursework sessions!   



LOCATION:  All workshops will be held outdoors on grass at Argus Ranch, 35612 212th Way SE, Auburn, WA 98092.  If the weather doesn’t cooperate, we will move inside to the competition arena.


LODGING:  Brutus Hall, Lodge rentals, RV rentals and camping available for an additional charge. To book a reservation go to You can see a full description of each room on the website. All of the rooms have at least 2 beds (various sizes). Some rooms have private baths. All rooms have shared baths, kitchen and living space. RV and Camping bookings are also on the same site. There are also several hotels close by in Auburn!


FOOD:  We will offer coffee and breakfast snacks in the morning, and lunch and snacks in the afternoon. Dinner will be on your own, except for Saturday, when we will have a BBQ and a presentation by Maddy Turner.  The closest available restaurants are about a 10-minute drive. 



We’re having a BBQ and lecture Saturday night!  Maddy Turner, certified animal massage therapist and Canine Fitness Trainer will present “Hands-On Canine Fitness: warm up/cool down routines and basic massage for agility dogs”. Maddy will also be offering private massages for your dog on Saturday and Sunday. See below for appointments:



There will be a limited number of slots for 30 minute appointments with Maddy on Saturday and Sunday.  She will be working before and after and during lunch each day. Cost is $40 per dog. Please let Elise know if you are interested!  



  • Full refunds will be issued for those who pull 30 days or more from the event if a substitute is found.

  • A 50% partial refund will be issued for those who pull 30 days prior to the event if a substitute is found.

  • No refunds will be given to those who pull 2 weeks before the event

  • No refunds will be issued if no substitute is found.



There is not a lot of shade. Please be prepared to bring shade tents and shade cloths for yourself and your dogs. We will have a few canopies set up for everyone to use. If you have the ability to share your canopy, that would be great!


Four groups of campers (eight campers per group) will spend half a day with each instructor for the first two days and the third day you get to choose two “electives”!  


Friday and Saturday                     Saturday Evening                                 Sunday

9:00 – 12:30                                 6:00   BBQ                                            9:00 – 12:30 Elective A

Lunch                                           6:30 – 7:30 Presentation                       Lunch

1:30 – 5:00                                                                                                 1:30 – 5:00 Elective B

2019 Instructors were:

Jordan Biggs is the proud new owner of Argus Ranch and hails from the Pacific Northwest.  


Jordan is combining her skills as a trainer and handler to become a force to be reckoned with in the agility ring! She began 2018 with a bang by representing the USA with her 3-year old Border Collie, Kirbee, at the IFCS World Agility Championships in Italy. She also won her way onto the USA European Open Team by winning round one and will be going to the Netherlands in July, 2019.  


She shares her home with a 2-year old Border Collie, Riskee, and a brand new puppy; a Powder Puff Chinese Crested!

Argus Ranch Dog Sports & Training Center (, and Zanee Agility (


Tracy Sklenar has been training dogs and competing in dog agility for almost 20 years and is perhaps the only handler in the world who has won medals in international Finals as a coach for 2 different countries AND as a handler with her own dog in both team and individual events.


She is on the faculty of Agility University and Agility MasterClass and also travels extensively to teach seminars and compete. Her “Feet Forward” approach to handling and emphasis on connection and reinforcement have helped handlers excel at every level and with every type of dog!

Currently, she shares her life with 6 dogs: 3 BC/terrier mixes (13 year old Export, 10 year old Matrix, and puppy Hot Sauce), a BC/Croatian mix (5 year old Voodoo) and two Papillons (6 year old Crusher and 4 year old Macho Nacho). In the ring, their runs are noted for focus, accuracy, consistency and speed!

Agility University (, and Agility MasterClass  (


Tammy has been training dogs for more than 30 years and found her love for agility in 1999 with her Australian Shepherd, Blaze. She has been teaching since 2002 and opened her own training program in 2006 when she founded the Oregon School for Clever Dogs.


Tammy's training focuses on creating a happy working relationship with her dogs and loves sharing this philosophy with others. The love of play and cooperation shines through in the engagement Tammy's dogs show on course.


Tammy has two Border Collies, Hi-Fi and Freddy Mercury, and a Mudi named Cake.

Oregon School For Clever Dogs (


Shauna has been involved in the dog world in one way or another for over 10 years.  For the last seven years, her focus has been agility, where she has made her mark in the competitive agility field.  She is admired for her smooth handling and well-trained skills which enables her dogs to have strong independent behaviors.  

Shauna has run many different breeds but currently owns Border collies, Sport mixes and a Staffy.  She puts a lot of emphasis on proofing skills to allow for less management and more independence.

Shauna took home regional and national championships with her first agility dog, Zoe, who was a shepherd mix. Recently, Shauna made a statement at IFCS World Championships winning a gold medal 3 years in a row with her border collie, Splash.

In-Sync Dog Training (


After graduating from East West College of Healing Arts in 2006, Maddy started her career at a local chiropractic office, helping patients get back to enjoying their everyday activities.  Shortly after starting agility with her first dog, Cody.  Turner realized that dogs were athletes and may need the therapy associated with being one.  This realization paved the way for her to open WetDog Wellness Center and her passion to work with animals.

Maddy is certified through Northwest School of Animal Massage, licensed in the State of Oregon, and insured by the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). She is also a Certified Canine Fitness Trainer through University of Tennessee and FitPaws Master Trainer.   Maddy lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband and their three dogs, Fry, Bones and Dio. 

WetDog Wellness Center (


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Argus Ranch Dog Sports and Training Center is located in Auburn, WA. On our 20 acres we offer classes, seminars, workshops, and dog event hosting. With two large arenas, RV, camping, a large old barn with bedrooms, and a place for judges to stay, we are the premier place to train and play!


   - Agility

   - Barn Hunt

   - Companion Dog

   - Disc Dog

   - Nosework

   - Tricks (fun & sport)


Event Hosting

     - Agility

     - Barn Hunt

     - Conformation

     - Lure Coursing

     - Nosework

     - Obedience

     - Rally

     - Seminars
     - Tracking

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