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Trials / GotDog? Thanksgiving Turkey Fun!
« Last post by Jeannie Biggers on October 17, 2018, 08:28:32 AM »
Come join us for the last GotDog? Trial of the year! We are excited to have Mike Omartian come up from CA for the first time to judge. We will be doing the full out Turkey Dinner Friday night for only $15!! Double Run format in the warm Silver Spur Arena. Probably call and get rooms NOW!!
Trials / Fundog Agility Thanksgiving Weekend
« Last post by mablives on October 17, 2018, 08:12:35 AM »
Come and share your Thanksgiving holiday with Fundog Agility, Antioch IL.
Nov 24 and 25th
Our esteem judge will be Stefan Elvstad, who will oversee a great indoor trail with double runs, intro offered in all levels, lunch offered and lots of fun.
Premium is attached,
Classes offered Sat: 2 CC, 2 Reg, 2 Wv, 2 Br
Sun: 2 Reg, 2 J, 2 Tn, 2 Hp
Hope to see you all there.
General Discussion / Re: Last Advanced Distance and Directionals Class!
« Last post by Rosemary on October 17, 2018, 05:50:25 AM »
I am very interested, but have a few questions.  Is there a pre-requisite?  When does this class begin?  How much space and what obstacles should I have for this class?  I have one dog doing ok in elite chances and another close behind.  The second dog actually has confidence and speed and likes distance.  I want to move him up soon, but my timing isn't quite right for him yet.
General Discussion / Re: 2020 Champs
« Last post by bhodges865 on October 17, 2018, 05:24:07 AM »
Gas motorhomes are not bought for fuel mileage but convenience.  Where you pay more in fuel, you pay less in overnight lodging and you don't eat out as much.  Towing a small/medium travel trailer/5th wheel is more economical and it gives you that vehicle to get around town when at a campsite.  My motorhome got maybe 9 mpg but last weekend, I got 16 mpg towing my new 25' travel trailer with a F-150 3.5 with ecoboost.
2018 Championships / anyone know Heather VonHollen from canada
« Last post by karen.porter1 on October 16, 2018, 04:46:37 PM »
I need to talk with her about what size jacket she wants and get an email so I can send her an invoice. If you know her can you have her either respond here or call me at 916-388-1168
General Discussion / Last Advanced Distance and Directionals Class!
« Last post by Amanda Nelson on October 16, 2018, 03:06:52 PM »
This will be the last "distance" online class I will be teaching as I am dramatically reducing the number of distance seminars I will be teaching for the time being ( I will be talking more about that in an upcoming blog this week.)

This four week class will cover advanced distance and directional exercises, I will cover building confidence for distance, breaking down sequences, and building value for sequences and obstacles. There will be multiple exercises posted and all students can post homework videos for review. (not required)

You can pay via PayPal or credit card. Everyone has access to all of the materials for 6 months after the class has ended.

And for those that have asked, my Advanced Distance and Directionals class is NOT held on Facebook. The class is held in a private forum through Google. :-)

You can sign up here:
« Last post by Carol Scranton on October 16, 2018, 11:01:55 AM »
I want to sincerely thank all those who came to Kalispell this past weekend for Glacier Chasers' Oktoberfest trial.  I truly appreciate the support.  Although it was a bit chilly and we did see a brief dusting of snow, all had a good time with their pups.  We had lots of titles earned and Susan & Flurry achieved NATCH 11.  Congrats to all!!!!

A personal thanks to Ben Philibert, for his insightful and informative supervising!!!  And a very special thanks to Vargie for taking over the day-of trial chair position that allowed me to judge the trial.  To Dana for hauling all the equipment and clean up; to Susan for always efficient day-of trial secretary; to Maggie for getting equipment to me for course building; to all those who jumped in to move equipment; and to all those who kept that volunteer board full especially with a small trial...a heartfelt thank you!

Enjoy the rest of a beautiful fall season.  Hope to see you at my new facility next May.  Dana will be posting construction progress on the website as the project gets underway.

Carol Scranton

Glacier Chasers
Trials / PAWZAZZ 2018 November Trial
« Last post by Debi Hutchinson on October 16, 2018, 08:43:19 AM »
Our November 17/18 trial to be held at the Periland location (with heat being installed!!) has the premium available  at Come join us for our last trial of the year. Music, laughter, The Infamous Road Kill Café, a beautiful site and great people make this trial special!


We are attempting to attach the premium here too!
Trials / Congratulations NATCH Recipients at K9 Corps Agility!
« Last post by AgilityJeff on October 16, 2018, 07:06:46 AM »
What a busy weekend for handing out BIG ribbons at the K9 Corps Agility “Season Finale” with multiple NATCH awards being presented – monstly on the first day and many in the same class.

Friday’s Barrelers round was where it all started with Shelly Wegman and Raena picking up their first All Around NATCH, closely followed by Jeff Riedl and ‘Rita picking up their first All Around NATCH and then NIcki Perrault and Sierra with their first All Around NATCH. Later in the day Linda Anderson and Lela grabbed Versatility NATCH 5 in Weavers, then Nicki Perrault and Sierra completed their Hat-Trick with NATCH 3 and Versatility NATCH 3 in Regular.

On Saturday the festivities continued with Jeff Riedl and ‘Rita completing NATCH 2 in Regular.

On Sunday the Eight NATCH weekend was capped off by James Herring and Holly completing Versatility NATCH 3 with a very nice (and long sought-after) qualifying run in Tunnelers Round 2.

What a celebratory weekend we all enjoyed at Dogwood Acres – Congrats to all the highly accomplished teams who ran and had fun at our Season Finale!
General Discussion / Re: 2020 Champs
« Last post by Vicki Storrs on October 15, 2018, 12:31:19 PM »
Thanks both of you!  Our Navy moves had me hauling horses in a 4 horse gooseneck trailer back and forth across the US a couple times with my diesel truck and I didn’t think my mileage was that bad—climbing the mountains kinda got evened out a little by the flat states in the middle—but 5 mpg had me Rethinking the RV plans.
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