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SUPPLEMENTS – A LITTLE BIT GOES A LONG WAY

Hello, this is my first blog on my new updated site!!!   I never thought I would have anything to blog about but I sure do now...... We all like to give supplements to our dogs because we love them so much and want them to be healthy, right?   I had a recent...

Starlee, Nov. 25, 1998 – Sept. 28, 2013

It is with much sadness we had to say goodbye to our little bichon.   She was such a wonderful little girl, so full of life and fun.  She was my "truck dog" and went on many adventures, including agility trials.    She had those big brown eyes, so full of wisdom and...

Classes Outside

The weather "gods" are smiling on us for the most part. It is usually nicer here so don't stay home unless you get "the call".

AAC 2012 National Championships

The AAC 2012 National Championships were also held in Nanaimo on August 1-5. What a great experience! Ringo and I had a fabulous Jumpers run on Sunday which earned us a 9th place for that class! "Graduate" Teresa earned several placings over the weekend with her two...

AAC 2012 Regionals

The Agility Association of Canada Regional Championships were held in Nanaimo on June 8 - 10th. Ringo ran in the very competitive 16" Specials division and QUALIFIED for Nationals! I am especially proud of my "graduates", Jackie (C) and Theresa (R), that also...

Fun Match, best “rear”

Well, the fun match certainly was fun!!   Our Judge, Nina Durante liked giving out goodies for sure.  For each different division, she chose one team (dog and handler) to receive her "judges award".   This bag of wholesome dog goodies was given to "us"? for having the...

Ringo’s first ribbon

Ringo and I attended the fundraiser Fun Match (to support Team Canada in the World Agility Championships) on Sunday, March 7.   Ribbons are not given out at these events because they are fundraisers.   However, our honorable judge, Nina Durante is a self-proclaimed...

Dog at Ease

Signs to look for: - Relaxed tail. - Soft eyes. - Ears down. - Softer body posture.