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Sharjet's Heavenly Image at Joric, call name Kya finished on April 14, 2019 at exactly 14mo. old. Expertly handled by Clint Livingston. We will be pursuing her Grand champion and our hopes is to sit for the WAE and the BH at the Nationals where she will also be shown by Cindi Huckfeldt. We are also training in agility but mostly for fun.


I hope the photos show.

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Well Karen...

Great news. Happy for you and your beautiful girl. (pics are there).

I know Mav is doing well. How's G.

Don't be such an effing stranger.

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G. is good. I haven't visited in a while because G's house has been sort of a zoo. They just got a mini horse that's also a therapy horse and they just got two pigmy goats so I was letting them all get settle before bringing over my two tazmanian devils lol.
 

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Congrats! And amazing pics!
 

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BIG COGRATULATIONS! Third times the charm?

Hope you'll be posting before the National--Cindy Huckfeld is an excellent handler.

I don't know GR, but if you have a WAE offered any time or place before the National take it there and don't wait for the National. Even though Wya would probably do fine and pass anywhere the conditions are often not so great for running a WAE at the National and I've seen a number of very solid dogs (who took and passed just fine elsewhere later) fail at the National--also if she's just 14 months now--that would make her barely over 18 months, which is when they are first eligible to even take the WAE at all. at the National. Just passing on what I've seen.

But good luck if we don't see you here between now and then.

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BIG COGRATULATIONS! Third times the charm?

Hope you'll be posting before the National--Cindy Huckfeld is an excellent handler.

I don't know GR, but if you have a WAE offered any time or place before the National take it there and don't wait for the National. Even though Wya would probably do fine and pass anywhere the conditions are often not so great for running a WAE at the National and I've seen a number of very solid dogs (who took and passed just fine elsewhere later) fail at the National--also if she's just 14 months now--that would make her barely over 18 months, which is when they are first eligible to even take the WAE at all. at the National. Just passing on what I've seen.

But good luck if we don't see you here between now and then.

dobebug
You are correct, she could fail but I've seen her temperament in different scenarios and she also does protection training as well. I'm always the most concerned about the umbrella because we don't really get much rain her and I hardly use umbrellas lol. Mav took it at just over 18mo. and he killed it. I think a lot depends on the maturity and security of the dog. If I feel she's not ready we def. won't take it.
 
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