November 14, 2008 CPE Agility, Dexter, MI:
New Title – CPE CTL1-S and CTL2-R
Results for the Day:
Jackpot (L1) – Q-1st
Standard (L2) – Q-1st
Colors (L2) – Q-1st
Snookers (L2) – Q-1st
Jumpers (L3) – Q-1st
He was a gooooooood boy. We got First place in every class and in jumpers moved up to level 3 and he was clean and clear. He was clean and clear in every run…and his “Colors” run the course time was 36 seconds and he ran it in 13.64 with his mom a huffing and a puffing behind him. Never did manage to catch that boy and I even took the short cuts when I could.
So, Ms. Julie, for his page under competition dogs, here’s his new title line since he closed out his level 1 and that changes how it now reads……(and to correct a typo I had in the one I gave you last week)….ooops to me, must of been the excitement of the AKC titles.
U-CH U-AGI Alta-Tollhaus Par Four TD, NAP, NJP, NAC, CTL1, CTL2-R, CSL1-H, CSL1-S, CSL1-F,mHIC
The CTL1 comprises 4 titles (CTL1-R, CTL1-F, CTL1-H and CTL1-S), in case you wonder, why his line shrunk. It’s like what they do for the VCD1, which is your CD, your TD and the two novice agility titles all rolled up into one thing.
Laura—you and Lance are amazing! It is great to see a GSD who has so many titles on his name that you need to use a smaller font to squeeze them all on one line.
Thanks Carole…we are starting to click. But, he’s got a long way to go to catch up with my ole gal Ms. Maggie (the GSD gal who taught me performance and was my heart dog) her title line read . . .
“C-ATCH U-ATCHX U-CDX Lady Margaret Vom Zarley VCD2 RE AXP AJP ASCA-CD EAC OGC OJC O-NAC O-NGC RS-E GS-O JS-O CLS-1S CLS-1F” (this = 55 titles – and I think I am missing one or two).
She (Maggie) was very versitile and willing dog, we learned together agility, obedience, tracking and rally – she taught me a lot. And, now I get to use what I learned with the Lancer Boy, who is of course, quite different in some things and we are learning different things too. So thanks for the compliments on my boy.