Lyn has been involved with dog sports since she got her first purebred dog in 1972. Her dog was an Alaskan Malamute and they took obedience classes at the local kennel club. It was then Lyn learned the pleasures of owning a trained dog.
Lyn is a life member of her local AKC club and has been a member of ABTC since 1978. Over the years she\\\'s taught various obedience classes, been show and trial chair for her all-breed club and is currently teaching Rally Obedience. Lyn finds it an ideal way to bring a young dog along for obedience and when Rally was proposed as a titling sport, she applied for a judge\\\'s license. Lyn finds that she loves judging and especially loves course design. She currently writes a monthly column for Front & Finish magazine called The Rally Station and still teaches Rally Obedience as well as competing and judging. Lyn has two Tervuren at home; both have multiple Rally titles.