Tee Creek Info
I would like your input and hope you will utilize this space to your advantage. You are welcome to put a picture of yourself or your dogs or both on the site. If you have had a recent accomplishment (eg. leg )at an event, let us know. You don't need to have a title to brag about a training success.
Spyce earned her CARO (Canadian Association of Rally Obedience) Novice title Saturday, September 30; getting better with each round. We received scores of 193, 194, and tied for third with a score of 198 out of 200.
Matrix winning HIT at Woodstock Doberman Specialty, 2006. Thanks to Kathyâs advice, I finally had the confidence in Matrix to let him show me what he could do in the obedience ring, I let him go. He achieved a 195.5 HQS in his first Obedience competition.
Bentley and I are so proud!!! Despite some handler issues, he managed to become the first Pembroke Welsh Corgi to earn a Herding Started title in Canada!!!
I wanted to send in a brag in gratitude for all you help and support through Maddie's recovery period. Without your guidance, encouragement and occasional tough love, we couldn't have had the runs that allowed us to finish 4 titles over the last 2 weekends (HTD1 and HTAD1 in AHBA and Started Ducks and Sheep in ASCA). I am very proud of our achievement of a reserve high in trial and high in trial on ducks in the ASCA event. A score of 121 out of 125 in our first ASCA Open leg is due to Kathy's belief in both of our abilities. I am also still smiling about my very novice Corgi's run. It wasn't very pretty and we didn't qualify, but we sure had a good time. I look forward to the time, with TeeCreeks continued assistance, that I will be bragging about more of her successes on this page. You've helped me see she has all the right stuff. Those border collies better look out. There is a Corgi knocking on the back door.
My girl Rosie ( Ch. Omega I'm Nobody's Fool TT CGN HT ) has been guided to achieve many herding titles by Kathy's understanding of a strong eyed rough collie and a very novice handler who needs more schooling then the dog. Bigger and better things are ahead for Rosie and me while stressing the fun of herding which is Kathy's motto.
Tucker got his 10,000 pts for his Flyball Master Excellent title this past weekend. He's running 4.5-4.7 seconds, in great shape, and I credit alot of it to what I learned at Maria Duthie's clinic. Since taking that clinic he's holding up better, his times have dropped, and he's running as fast and as fun at the end of a tournament as he is at the beginning.