CLASS PHOTOS AND STUDENT SUCCESSES
Advanced Beginner class photo:
Shade's advanced beginner class from left to right: Linda and Alby, Bess and Mira, Shade, Radar and Sue, Stephanie and King
Shade's Beginning obedience class from left to right:
Davey and Celia, Cheryl and Fern, Debra and Billie Rae, Lynn, Jennifer and Bagheera, Michael and Elfie, Leanne, Rambo and Will
LEANNE STEVENS AND CEDAR
Cedar just obtained his AKC Companion Dog title with scores of 198,
197.5 and 196 out of 200 this summer and fall. He placed first in
his first two shows and finished up with a competitive fourth place
against a very large field in Lynden, WA Sunday November 5th. It
has been an interesting journey for these two, as they learn to
trust each other and the training methods. Cedar works very hard
for his reward, a pink ball, and constantly proves to Leanne that
he is not a Bearded Collie, her former breed.
ORIEL FRANCISCO AND MOXIE
October 22nd, 2006, at the DVG Western
Regional Schutzhund Competition, which draws participants from 13
clubs as far away as Utah, Colorado and Canada, Oriel and Moxie
earned the high SchH II title.
form, Moxie showed her quickness and strength in every phase. Oriel
has done a tremendous job of capping and controlling Moxie's excess
of drive and this is her first competition dog!
MCCRACKEN AND KEYA
Kerri and Keya have earned two legs of their Companion Dog title
with a fourth place and a second place with a score of 190 out of
a possible 200 points.
suits each other well and work awesome together. Keya possesses
one of the best work ethics, and is capable of wonderful spirited
heeling for long periods of time with minimal reward. She has already
obtained her Rally Novice title and the BH in the Schutzhund discipline.
ANNE SEELEY AND FAEROE
Anne and Faeroe obtained their first leg of the Companion Dog test
with a score of 194.5 out of 200! March 26th at the Kitsap Peninsula
Dog Show, Faeroe earned second in the Novice A class and impressed
the spectators with her spirited heeling and fast recall. Who says
Newfoundland's are slow?