At SheepOfBlue's request.... With 53,033 NAFA points, Missy is currently sitting at #20 sheltie in North American Flyball Association (NAFA)! So she finally broke into the top 20! In February 2020, she reached 50k points and we celebrated with a cake. I let her have a lick of the frosting. Then in March, we were headed to a tournament and had driven about an hour before I got the call that the tournament had been canceled due to covid. All NAFA sanctioned flyball was put on hold until further notice. We were finally able to play starting April 2021, and we have run in 3 tournaments so far. Missy turned 9 in January, so she's a bit slower these days. Not too bad. Hoping and praying for good health so she can maybe make it into the top 10, but if not, that's okay. As long as she's still having fun! During the flyball hiatus we mostly did disc dog stuff, and even dabbled in dock diving. I thought she might like dock diving because she loves swimming at my friend's pool. Well... I don't think it's her cup of tea. She likes jumping off the ramp to get the toy, but when we moved her up to the big dock, it took a lot of convincing to get her to finally jump. Every lesson it would take her 10 minutes just to warm up and decide she wanted to jump. She will get really excited over the toy (fabric disc) and jump for it a couple times, but then she's like.. "no". In competitions there is a time limit for you to get 2 jumps in and there's no way I could have gotten her pumped up and willing to jump, so I just decided meh... it's not for her. We gave it a good go. We also tried FastCAT, which is a timed 100yd sprint in a straight line chasing a lure. Past experiences with regular lure coursing, I knew she wasn't going to care about the lure. So I figured it would be a really really long recall. I did not realize how long 100 yds is. So.. the first 2 times she took off really fast, and stopped after about 50 yds and then looked for me. I had to scream and jump and finally she was like, "oh there you are!" and came to me. Last 2 times she did it all the way without stopping, but still kinda slowed down around the halfway point and then sped up again. Weirdo. There was a photographer there so there's photographic evidence she was not looking at the lure whatsoever. I could work on it at home and train her to chase a plastic bag with a flirt pole, but I'm not going to worry about it. Like with dock diving, can't say we didn't try it. Despite not really "getting" it, she had a good time.