This was Moka's second "Q" in Started Jumper which earned her a starter jumper title. She did the whole run in a little over half the course time.
Roxy had a nice jumper run on Saturday.
Another nice run in Starter Jumper
With her second "Q" in starter Snooker.
That earned her a SGDC - Starter Game Dog of Canada title.
Roxy has finally grown up.
I used to call her my Ferrari with no brake. She has now not only installed a brake, but with a steering wheel as well.
She has a nice one for her first "Q" in the advanced level in Gambler.
This meant she had to take a sequence of obstacles some distances away from me. The higher the level the further the distance will be and more twisted the line of runs. She needed to be able to do it on verbal command only.
Moka has a nice one in started gambler today. This is her first "Q". She is getting the confident to do the obstacles without me by her side.
This picture is from Snooker.
She has a nice attempt at her first Advanced Jumper. She ran her heart out at full speed. In higher level the course has more turns and we need to work on the control of her speed to make nicer turns.
Moka visited brother Beckham in Vancouver last weekend. Beckham took her up Mount Seymour for a hike. She was initially not impressed with carrying the backpack with my water. Once she had seen the beautiful scenery, she had forgotten all about it.
They took a swim in the lake when it got too hot.
They took a little nap after lunch before heading back.
It was a total 8 km hike with 450 m elevation, which took us less than 4 hours including breaks.
Moka took select bitch at Mount Rainier Working Dog Club Show in the morning.
She spend lunch hour in Rally Obedience trial, got her third leg, i.e. her Rally Obedience Novice title.
After Rally Obedience trial, she ran back to the ring and took Best in Working Sweepstakes at the Samoyed Club of Washington state show, winning $20, a toy and a jar of cookies.
She is earning money and bringing food home.
She went onto the regular Samoyed Club of Washington State specialty and got another select bitch, in pouring rain.
She is a true working dog. Weather cannot defeat her.
Beckham thought he can't be outshone by his sister, so he took first in his class in the Samoyed Club of Washington State Specialty, won a nice wooden dog leash holder. Donated by Cindy and Curtis Hill. Thank you.
Mama Hermione went to agility trial on Saturday, came first in her class, got her third leg and her agility novice title.