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Angus got his AXJ and competed with his sisters

Discussion in 'Agility' started by Mitchy, Jul 16, 2014.

  1. Mitchy

    Mitchy Forums Enthusiast

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    Last weekend we trailed for just one day, but Angus got to trial with his sisters from his litter. He earned his AXJ. He is such a fun little boy. His sisters each earned titles as well, Zara (bi-blue) earned her Novice fast and Open Standard, and London (other bi-black) earned her Novice Standard. It is so fun to be able to see each other, so cute how they remember each other and love to still play.

    Here is a picture we did of their titles together with us and the judge (left to right - Angus, Zara, and London)

    http://i1339.photobucket.com/albums...2102170_7822902557268205261_n_zps523b1055.jpg
     
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2014
  2. Calliesmom

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    Congrats:yes:

    must be fun to see the siblings at trials but I can't see the pic:no:
     
  3. Mitchy

    Mitchy Forums Enthusiast

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    I just fixed it.....I had a Facebook link, but I think the privacy was wrong, so now a photo bucket one that will be easier to see. Let me know if it works now.
     
  4. Calliesmom

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    yes- that worked:yes:

    they are all little bits, aren't they? so cute:smile2:
     
  5. Mitchy

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    They are all little, even though mom and dad were both nicely in size. Angus is the smallest at 12.25" on a good day, London is about 12.75", and Zara is at 13.25". Mom and Dad were 14" and 15" respectively.
     
  6. Calliesmom

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    ahhh- sheltie sizes:eek2:
    that's like how littermates Dixie and Cranberry are almost 2" apart but both in 16" height.
    Fingers are crossed that Destin doesn't go over 14":fl
    I don't think I could run four 16" dogs:dead:
     
  7. Mitchy

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    I have three in the 4 inch class, one in 8 inch and now a 12 inch.....I have sympathy for you! I get exhausted in the 4 inch class as usually we are the only entries, or if we get lucky we have at least another 1-2 dogs to help break them up.
     
  8. Calliesmom

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    that would be tough to be the only dogs in the class. at least in 16", there's usually plenty of other dogs so I can get a little break:wink2:
     
  9. trini

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    Love the pictures...Angus looks so happy as he does the course. And the "family" photo is great...three really beautiful dogs. Congratulations!!

    Trini
     
  10. seashel

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    Well done and lovely photos. They are all gorgeous!
     

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