Todd ran Lincoln and got a 3rd place in the puppy stake at the Southern Tier FT this weekend. Lincoln did a fantastic job and this was his 3rd puppy stake. He is well on his way to run with the big dogs.
News from Alan in Wisconsin. He and Kermit got a 2nd place today. Alan ran the open stake and I believe it was a 30 something dog trial. Kermit’s placements as of today are one 1st place and two 2nd’s… Almost there for title, keep at it..
Great job Y’all!!!
Photos and note from John & Allie!
Allie completed her Master Easter egg hunt test! She can’t wait for the real thing!
This morning I tagged along with Todd & Tweed for the morning obedience walk and water work with camera in hand. Here are some photos and videos of our walk. Tweed is really coming along in his training.
Mr Bob and Ms. Pat drove all the way from MO to pick up their sweet gal Kate from camp. Kate has been in training with Todd all winter and spring and she has finished the first part of her training camp. Kate has really done a great job and she is looking more mature in her bird work and in her obedience work. It is now up to Bob and Kate for a working relationship this summer. We look forward to seeing Kate again at camp this fall.
Mr. Bob even had a chance to run Alder in the field just to get a taste of what a higher level trained dog is like to run in the field. I believe his words were at the end of the field were “WoW I’m not sure I can keep up with Alder” but Bob did enjoy the moment.
To see more photos from the day click here.
Here is Lucy Lu with David, Austin & Aubrie getting ready to go home. Have fun with your new pup. We are looking forward to see Y’all again.
The puppies were born yesterday, there are 4 girls and 4 boys.. Mom and babies are doing well. Contact Bill if you have not been put on the list.
Bill McFeely can be reached at 814.425.1217 or 814.853.5022. His email address is email@example.com
Bob drove from MO to see his gal Kate while we were in KS. It was a great visit for Bob as he could see how she was coming along in training. Great to see you Bob!