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Fetch 'N Dog Sports



About Fetch 'N Dog Sports

We created Fetch 'N Dog Sports to share our passion for dog training and sports and help teams grow their bonds, improve their communication, learn new skills, surpass their goals, and, above all, have FUN! We structured our agility program to build up from strong foundations and help teams learn the fancy skills and challenging coursework without sacrificing safety or joy for the sport.


Our focus is dog sports and sports foundations, so even the puppy classes will include fun games and exercises prepping pups for future sports. We will also offer 'Intermediate Puppy' and 'Out and About Obedience' classes which will solidify life skills, obedience, socialization, and handler focus around various distractions and in different locations. We offer all levels of agility classes from foundations to international level coursework, disc dog skills & strategy, and coming in Spring 2022 - dock diving and swimming lessons!



We train using positive reinforcement and believe dogs learn best when you incorporate lots of playing and lots of rewards!



Maggie Bogdanski

​​Maggie has been a dog training instructor since 2017 and has taught different levels of agility classes, sports foundations, puppy, obedience, tricks, and socialization. She has 4 dogs of her own,  all high energy herding breeds, and has owned, fostered, and trained dogs her whole life. She trains and competes her dogs in various sports, including Agility, Dock Diving, Disc, Nosework, and Fast CAT. Maggie loves working with dogs and believes in finding training solutions to fit each team, always prioritizing fun, safety, and the relationship between dogs and handler! She is a captain of the Tar Heel Toss and Fetch disc club and helps run weekly disc league, UpDog events, and disc dog seminars, and a board member of the Carolina Dockdogs dock diving club.

Martha Payne

Martha has been an instructor since 2017 and obtained her CPDT-KA in the fall of 2019. She works full time in Veterinary Rehabilitation at Quartet Specialty and Emergency Hospital. When not working or teaching, she is very active in training and competing in multiple dog sports with her pack of Australian Cattle Dogs, including Dock Diving, Agility, Nosework, and Disc with plans for Fast CAT and herding in the future. She also fosters for local Australian Cattle Dog rescues and Durham APS. Dog sports, socialization, and training are things Martha is passionate about and enjoys sharing with people. Martha is a captain and founding member of the Tar Heel Toss and Fetch disc club and Treasurer of Carolina Dockdogs.


Run fast. Train hard. Have fun!



5974 Chestnut Oak Drive

Mebane, NC 27302



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