Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Wednesday's Work

2-Jump Sequence in both directions

Mom leaving me on a wait, walking as far away as possible and calling me from a standstill using only one cue.

tire to bar
bar to tire

We don't have time in our schedule to get out to agility classes so we are continuing to work on foundation skills with minimal equipment (and minimal distractions).

Saturday, June 22, 2013

I Spy

I Spy, with my little eye, something that

is oddly acrobatic and very entertaining

is usually found in/near water

as an adult, does not eat anything

ranges from 1/80 to 1/10 inch in diameter

I feel something squiggling under my right paw!
WOW!!!  Can you see it?
Pictured with yarn and sewing thread

Although related to nematodes, they are called Horsehair Worms because they "resemble the hair of a horse's tail or mane."  They are also called Gordian Worms because of their tendency to twist into knots (as you can see in the above videos).  They are apparently harmless to humans, pets and plants (the same cannot be said about the crickets, beetles, etc. that they inhabit for most of their lives).  After the rain stopped, we found the unfortunate beetle that had housed this adult in its larval stage.  You can read more about this unusual creature at:

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Wednesday's Work

Random shots from Erie Shores
Checking out the bird activity
Littermate Elsie in the rain
Elsie and Sylvia ringside
Bodi and half-brother Quest
Taking a break while the girls were being judged
Uncle Vadasz

Boys going around the Specialty ring
(Quest is immediately behind me and Uncle Vadasz is the second last in line)

Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Wednesday's Work

June 6, 2013

Erie Shores Kennel Club

Best of Breed

Judge:  Mrs. G. Morison (S. Africa)

A lovely belated Birthday present and 4 more GCh points!

I also made the cut (Mr. D. Cline) in the Vizsla Society of Ontario Specialty on June 8th.

Once again, thanks to Edgar Rojas for a happy and successful ring experience.