Meet Dr. Tim's Team Momentum!


I’ve been training and competing in various dog sports with my husband, Howard Bayerle, since 1999. We currently race with the flyball club Lunatic Fringe in Atlanta, GA. We were the NAFA Regional Multibreed Champions in 2011. We also compete in lure coursing with our whippets, all three are American Sighthound Field Association (ASFA) Field Champions.

We had dabbled a bit with dock diving with Howard’s older Labrador Ubu, but at 11 years old he was beginning to have some physical difficulties. It wasn’t until we tried the sport with our new puppy Seeker, that we really became addicted to this exciting aquatic sport. We got Seeker in December of 2010 at about 3.5 months old. He was bred by Ian and Tooie Crooks of Blue Cedar Sport dogs. Since the late 1990’s, Ian has been developing a smaller athletic dog from breeds such as the Border Collie, Border Terrier, Jack/Parson Russell Terrier, Staffordshire Terrier and more recently the Whippet. So, we new Seeker would be an outstanding flyball dog, but what he has been able to accomplish on the dock has astounded everyone who sees him.

Seeker is a small dog; just 16.25 inches and a little over 18 pounds he qualifies as a DockDogs Lap Dog. seeker2 At just 9 months old, Seeker was jumping well over 19 feet. At 12 months old, he popped over 23 feet in an Ultimate Air Dogs (UAD) competition. We began competing in DockDogs in the spring of 2012 and by summer he had turned in a personal best 23ft 4inch jump, taking first place in the Master class and beating dogs significantly larger than him. He earned an invitation to the DockDogs World Championships. He holds a regional/club and National Master Jumper title, both of which he earned before turning two. He is currently ranked 2nd in the world in Lap Dog Big Air.

seeker3 We’ve tried a lot of different foods over the years including home-cooked and raw. However, with 10 dogs in our family, we really appreciate the simplicity of feeding a dry kibble. We learned about Dr. Tim’s and after some research, decided to try the Pursuit formula for our young competitive dogs. We are more than satisfied with Pursuit. Our pickiest eaters gobble it down. We have finally found a food that actually puts weight on our young whippets, Kona and Elvis. I’ve actually had to cut back their portions, something I never imagined doing. The results with Seeker, our most versatile and outstanding athlete, have also been amazing. After switching him to Pursuit he has put on noticeable muscle and his coat absolutely glistens. Dr. Tim’s Pursuit is a high quality food that gives my canine athletes the fuel they need to perform at their best. A high quality food keeps the vet visits to a minimal and that helps our budget!


yachi_1 Yachi is a representative of Dog Sports Pro Shop and Dog Town Factory. Being a professional Dog Sports Player, he is known as a top quality multiple dog sports player which includes Disc Dog Sports, Dog Mushing and recently, Flyball. He does disc dog seminars all over the world, developing and coaching a lot of players and dogs from beginner to world top level experts. Yachi has 2 sons that are also famous Disc dog players. His training theory is well known as “Yachi’s Method.” He is the first disc dog player to accomplish Triple Crown (Asia, Europe, and World Champion).

He believes the most important part for him about doing dog sports is conditioning, that is balance between feeding and training. As he was seeking the best food for his dogs, he found Dr. Tim’s Momentum and achieved many successes by feeding it to his sports dogs.

You can find Yachi on Facebook or check out his video below.

  • 1956 Born in Japan, on Feb. 21
  • 1985 Started dog mushing
  • 1992 Established dog sports Pro Shop “DOG TOWN FACTORY”
  • 1993 Started disc dog
  • 2008 US Southern Nationals Champion
  • 2012 & 2013 Dog Town Cup Champion (Japanese National Championship)
  • 2013 European Championship Champion
  • 2013 USDDN World Finals Champion


hulett1 Reign is truly an exceptional dog in every way, a loving a willing companion with a heart to serve. He is an excellent confident athlete that has never given nothing but 100% every time we compete or practice. He works on average 3 hours a day 6 days a week with no drop in effort. Truly an amazing one of a kind dog!

He has shown with excellences when I was very ill and could not walk a straight line. He watches over me when my diabetic issues overwhelm me. He is a part of my heart and soul; I am highly favored and blessed to have been given this very special gift of God’s creation as my partner and companion.

As of February 2019, Reign has tied with the US / Canadian / World Obedience record, earning 60 perfect scores!!!

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pamdog-223x300 Multi-sport dog trainer, competitor and performer. Owner of Top Dog Obedience Training School of Garland, Texas. Pam has been training dogs professionally for 30+ years with obedience being the foundation. Pam has trained her dogs to the top levels of the Flyball, Frisbee and Freestyle Dancing. Pam and her flyball-team Time Shift are the recent winners and are the 2015 UFLI Champions. Team Time-Shift is one of the fastest relay teams in the world. Her rookie racer named ASAP also won the Single Dog Championship in St. Louis Missouri. Pam’s passion for her dogs and their sports means training hard throughout the year. Pam’s training style and attitude is wonderful and her enthusiasm for teaching and training is contagious.

Pam and her dogs stay busy throughout the year. They have danced to the beat while entertaining huge crowds with their dynamic freestyle routines including America’s got Talent. Their frisbee performances have garnered them awards for Best Small Dog on multiple occasions. There is no spare time for this energetic pack – when they are not competing, they enjoy conducting training seminars throughout North America and South Amercia and as far away as places like Japan, Australia and England. Throughout her travels Pam has introduced and boosted many of her favorite dog sports to many of these areas. Most recent assignment included coaching a competitor representing Japan in 2016 Kruft’s International Freestyle Dog Dancing competition in England.



crystal1 I have been actively training animals for competition for 17 years. At the age of 15 I began training American Saddlebred horses and in 2002 I began my carrier as a dog trainer. As a Canine Behavioral Specialists I use exercise and competition along with proper diet to put high drive canines to work and keep them out of mischief. My true love is the sport of Dock Diving. We are Team Bo Nose and my rescue dog Bo is the Dock Dogs Iron Dog World Champion.

To date, Bo has set 9 dock diving World Records including Extreme Vertical and Iron Dog. Bo is a true athlete and we work very hard on his conditioning and training. Along with conditioning and training, diet is the most important thing in getting your dog in peak condition. From the time I started feeding Bo Dr. Tim’s Momentum, he has developed muscle & stamina I never knew he had. His endurance and recovery time is remarkable. I truly believe Dr. Tim’s has helped Bo become the #1 Dock Diving Dog in the World. I know Dr. Tim’s Momentum can help your dog become a champion too.

Crystal McClaran, Cape Coral, Florida
Trainer/Owner Bo Nose K9 Training




We started our journey with racing Sleddogs back in late 1980’s in Paris!! It all started with a white Siberian Husky puppy called Crimson. We then quickly got involved in a local Sleddog club and started dryland bikejoring and kart racing with PB Siberians. Due to the mild climate in France and Europe in general, the dryland season is sometimes more competitive than snow races, so we would race both circuits! In the early 1990’s we started to have a very competitive 6-8 dog team, started traveling the European race circuit and qualified for several World, European and National championships. We were also selected for the 1992 Winter Olympic Games in Albertville, France, part of the exhibition sports!

In mid 90’s we moved to the midwestern United States in order to follow our dream and passion, where we met our friends and mentors Barb and Dale Munford and our longtime kennel and race partners Ken and Lori Chezik. We very quickly learned that to have an ultra competitive team we had to comply with all 3 cornerstones of our sport!

“Nutrition”, “Genetic Selection”, “Training”!

We competed in the Midwest, Colorado and Canadian races for several years and finally decided to travel to Alaska to gauge our team against the best in the world. After several years of traveling North, we found that Alaska was the homeland and moved to Chugiak, AK in 2002. Sleddogs then became a lifestyle and not a hobby any longer.

We imported several different Scandinavian and European bloodlines in hopes of achieving a greater genetic pool. We maintained a small kennel of 14-16 athletes, we trained religiously, followed a strict schedule and most importantly tried to give them the best nutrition!

Throughout the years this recipe allowed us to win over 440 trophies and medals. From club championships to World Cup championships! However 2016 was our most victory laden year ever. In addition to our regular regimen we also followed Dr Hunt’s recommendations on our nutrition format. We competed in 14 races with a very small pool of exceptional dogs and stayed undefeated race after race, broke several track records in Alaska and reached some mystical speeds never achieved in our sport!


Mitch Seavey, 46, was born in Minnesota and moved with his family to Alaska in 1963. He began mushing in 1964. Mitch’s dad, Dan, ran the very first Iditarod in 1973 so he decided he wanted to run the Iditarod some day. Mitch has run many Iditarods since and is the 2004, 2013 and 2017 champion. Mitch and Janine are the parents of four boys, three of whom have run the Iditarod. Mitch and his wife, Janine, live in Sterling, Alaska. Please visit their website to see the whole story behind their success.