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AKA Luce. Eeevil Red Dog. Boss lady. Heart dog. First American Pit Bull Terrier ever to be nationally ranked in APDT Rally.
Siren's Shiitake Happens AKA Mushroom. AKA ShroomD. The fungus among us. Grandma-lover. Bed-hogger. Official Zombie Protection Dog.
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AKA Steve. Flyball ninja. Mud magnet. Stranger Danger alert system. Official Hiking Buddy. Coconut Classic Dream Team member 2011.
Orion Go For Launch
AKA Bean. Mission Specialist. Mouth that roars.
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I picked up Bean at this flyball tournament a year ago. I was so very much hoping that he would be able to debut there this year. I have been kind of… remiss… in training him, but he is so … Continue reading
Sorry I’ve fallen off the planet again. Life just gets in the way. But Bean turned a year old a month ago, and got his NAFA CRN flyball number. He’s got a warm up spot for our tournament at the … Continue reading
He’s not doing the box yet, because I’m still waiting for him to be a little more physically mature, so he’s just going over the jumps and picking up a ball laying on the ground in front of the box … Continue reading
Last weekend Steve’s flyball team borrowed a height dog and were seeded in Open 1. We were running against the big name teams from our region, and we all pretty much figured we were going to have our butts handed … Continue reading
So hi there. I kind of fell off the earth for awhile, but during that while, Steve had his second CPE agility trial, and he finished his Level 1 Regular and Level 1 Fun titles. He would have gotten his … Continue reading
It’s been a couple weeks now since Steve’s debut in CPE Level 1 agility. Now that the initial high of three qualifying runs out of three has worn off, I’ve been doing some thinking about agility, about my dog, and … Continue reading
Unfortunately, I hardly got a chance to see these pups other than our quick photo shoot (I managed three photos, and this is the only one in which everybody’s eyes are open). Our flyball tournament was tremendously hectic– set up … Continue reading
CPE Level 1 Colors. 12.03 seconds. 0 faults. We have worked so ridiculously long and hard to get here.
Three runs, three Qs. Not bad for a crazy dog and his crazy owner.