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Agility Retirement Party

Discussion in 'Obedience & Sports' started by Kit, Apr 25, 2017.

  1. Kit

    Kit Good Dog

    Rosie turned 12 years old on April 19th. On April 23rd, she had her last official agility run. There was cheering, tears, a retirement bar and cake.
    In other news, Rikki is really stepping up her game! The confidence level is growing by leaps and bounds. She took first and earned her novice p Fast title on Saturday, as well as competed in novice standard, with an excellent run. A minor hesitation at the table, and walking across the broad jump kept her from a Q, but she has come so far! Next trial, she'll will move up to her regular jump height of 20".
    Then there was Frankie. Her nickname for the weekend was "dunderhead" She earned a whopping ONE point all weekend, finished 11 seconds over time in Standard on Sunday, after spending 8 seconds in the tunnel. But hey, she can't be totally awesome all the time.
    Frankie, the Dunderhead, video
    Rikki with her ribbons
    The last run, video
    waiting to eat her cake
    eating her piece of cake, video
  2. Nat Ursula

    Nat Ursula Good Dog

    Loved all the pictures!
  3. Leslie H

    Leslie H Good Dog

    Good for you for helping Rosie celebrate. I'm glad Rikki is stepping up to the plate, while Frankie strolls by.

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