Maya Celuch and Milly


This will be Milly and I’s 7th time representing Canada on the world stage, and we are truly honored to be representing our country at the next IFCS World Agility Championships.

Milly is a brilliant 6 year old Pembroke Welsh Corgi who discovered her love for agility at the Guides Canins dog training school in St-Lazare, Qc. What started out as a dog meant to be a simple family pet, rapidly turned into an outstanding athletic partner.

Milly’s understanding of the sport and consistency at accomplishing clean runs started at a very young age. Both Milly and Maya started competing in agility with the AAC in January 2015. By April 2015, they earned their Agility Trial Champion of Canada Award (ATChC), by October 2015, their Lifetime Achievement Award of Excellence, and by October 2016, their Lifetime Versatility Award.

For five straight years, they placed 1st at the AAC Quebec Regionals, Top 2 at AAC Nationals, had multiple Top 10 placements at the IFCS World Championships and WAO, and recently competed at FCI AWC.

Milly and I are looking forward to competing in Belgium in May 2020 and have all our teachers, friends and family to thank for their incredible support. 

Who can? Canada can! Eh! Eh! Eh!

© 2017 AAC National Agility Team