Hunny, CGC, FDCh-S

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Age: 11 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Hunny Bunny

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

May 6th 2005

To play disc dog!

Strangers trying to pet her before she gets a chance to know them

Favorite Toy:

Favorite Food:
String Cheese

Favorite Walk:
In the woods where there are squirrels to chase

Best Tricks:
Weave through legs, Twist, Spin, Back up, Bank off her handler to catch a disc

Arrival Story:
We adopted Hunny (registered name: WeeBitO'CharmCity,Hon) from Northern Virginia Sheltie Rescue--NVSR ( We were looking for an active, young pup to join our family to play disc dog, flyball, and obedience. Hunny certainly fits that bill!

Adopted in March 2006 at 10 months old, Hunny rapidly fit in with her new family. She graduated easily from her basic obedience class. She then earned her AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) upon completing her advanced obedience class. She's learning how to play flyball and has already debuted in competition disc dog. She's dabbling in Rally now. Rescue dogs rock!

Forums Motto:
RRRRready!!! Go!! Go!!! Go!!!

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Dogster has helped me find a great job opportunity!

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 7th 2007 More than 9 years!

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12/1/01 -

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Hunny's Disc Dog Diary

Just an update

May 16th 2013 10:07 am
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Things are going okay. I still have arthritis in my joints so I am officially retired from doggie sports :( But it's not too bad. I have fun with Pepper and Macy. And mom will still toss a frisbee for me to catch once in awhile. I love to retrieve and bring mom stuff. She hides toys in other rooms and tells me to "find it" :) I love that game. I find it even more quickly than big sis, Macy does! Mom pampers me and says I'm her little shadow. Well, if I don't do that, who will? BOL

Hope everypup has a pawsome summer! Stay safe and keep on barking at those bad guys :)


December 2010--Another year coming to a close!

December 9th 2010 8:45 am
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As you may tell from the not-so-many diary entries this year, we've been busy!

We attended a few more local flyball tournaments and I had a lot of fun. I almost have my next flyball title but I've managed to come up with some lameness in my left front leg. Vet thinks it's arthritis, so we haven't been doing anything for the past several weeks. I came up sore just before the last tournament at the end of October and still get a bit gimpy now and again. Not too bad but enough so I'm not doing any agility, disc dog, or flyball for a little while.

In September, I did have fun going to a Rally tournament. I did great, mom said, and earned two legs toward my AKC Rally Novice title. One more leg to go on that. I can definately still do Rally, Mom just has to figure out a convenient time to go to the next trial.

As you may have noticed, we have a new fur brother at my house! Pepper is another Sheltie, like me. He's bigger than me by a couple of inches but we love to play and tussle with each other. It's nice having another Sheltie in the house.

Well, more to follow next month, I'm sure. For now, I hope all of our pup pals and other friends have a happy, safe, and warm holiday season! Cheers!


We did it again!

March 25th 2010 12:32 pm
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Well things have been going great. Mom just took me and my brother, Kenny, to Clean Break's March Madness Tournament in Gettysburg, Pa.

This tournament was huge! It had over 400 dogs entered in more than 70 teams. We raced over 360 races during the weekend. It was amazing and a record-breaking tournament for the region where we play.

Our team did fantastic, considering our start dog, Ruby and me are still very much green dogs. I ran clean all weekend until the very last race of the day, when I couldn't help myself any longer and chased the dog in the other lane. Other than that, though, I did my job and really had fun.

Our team ran clean and earned enough points for me to get my next flyball title, Flyball Dog Champion-Silver level (1,000 points).

There's no practice this weekend but we'll be back at it the following weekend. Our next local tournaments are not until the end of May, so we'll see if we go to that when the time comes. Meanwhile, Mom and I are still taking agility lessons and really having fun with that.

That's about it for now. Hope everyone is enjoying some nice spring weather!

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