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2018 Championships / Re: Site Info Video
« Last post by Koralee on Today at 09:27:06 PM »
I have not been sent a confirmation email regarding RV parking yet.  Send in the paperwork when it was first available.
Thanks.  I will follow up soon with them.

K
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2018 Championships / Re: Champ T-Shirts
« Last post by Koralee on Today at 09:23:52 PM »
Thanks Vicky.  Was just over excited and didnt finish reading the email.  LOL
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2018 Championships / Re: 2018 Championship Charms
« Last post by Koralee on Today at 09:22:51 PM »
I would like 2 please.
thanks

Koralee
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2018 Championships / Re: 2018 Championship Charms
« Last post by Becky Wolfe on Today at 05:41:16 PM »
I will take one too, please

thank you
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General Discussion / Re: Teeter
« Last post by Laura Anne Welch on Today at 04:42:41 PM »
Chris, what was the exact reason that the teeter was taken out of NADAC?  I heard that it was because there was no way to ensure a consistent rate of drop and that the concussion on the dog's front end was an issue,, but never heard it confirmed.  Maybe Sharon posted why and I missed the post.  Also, as long as I have the forum to question, I never understood why the tire was eliminated after the break away teeter had been devised to avoid dogs getting hung up on the tire?
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2018 Championships / Re: 2018 Championship Charms
« Last post by MoabDiane on Today at 04:27:45 PM »
Yes, please, one for me!

Diane Allen
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2018 Championships / Re: Team at Champs
« Last post by Chris Nelson on Today at 03:25:10 PM »
Nine Junior handlers in total so far.

7 in Pre-Elite and 2 in Elite :)
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General Discussion / Re: Teeter
« Last post by Sheila & the Shelties on Today at 03:27:36 AM »
The small dogs weren’t the reason why the teeter went away.  It wasn’t a safety issue for them.


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What was the issue then with the Teeter in small dogs? Or why is there no issue? It seems to me they were more jump offs or fly offs by the smaller dogs because their weight did not tilt the cheater smoothly. Or when it hit the ground, it would bounce a little dog right off it.
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General Discussion / Re: Allowing BIS to compete at trials
« Last post by Sheila & the Shelties on July 16, 2018, 11:19:36 PM »
I totally agree with your decision and reasoning, Chris. I voted no, but after reading everyone's comments here and on Facebook, I changed my mind. I think they should be allowed to compete. But as you said, the issue is over for Nadac now, but I hope it's one that will be revisited sometime in the future.
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General Discussion / Re: Allowing BIS to compete at trials
« Last post by Billie Rosen on July 16, 2018, 05:42:41 PM »
I have an intact bitch, but definitely am happy the No's won.  We have enough issues with dog aggression in agility trials, bitches in season may well lead to more.  And subject NADAC to liability if there is a fight and a dog or person is injured. 
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