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Home:Saskatoon, SK, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 9 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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CRS Canyonview Forever Romantic CD RE (CKC) RV (CARO) FDX SJATD HIC

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

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Quick Bio:

August 1st 2006

His brother Gio, a good game of Chase and Bark, anything that squeaks

When Gio won't play with me, that darn dog in the mirror that has my toy!

Favorite Toy:
My squeaky piggy, squeaky elephant, holey ball, tennis ball, and anything Gio has

Favorite Food:
Raw meat, cheese, liver, bananas, apples

Favorite Walk:
Anywhere with mom, Silverwood off leash park

Best Tricks:
So far my run tricks include "take a bow", "spin", "twirl", "shake a paw", and "put your head down". All in addition to my "working" tasks.

Arrival Story:
Mom wanted to add another Sheltie to the family. She looked all over for a breeder that fit what she was looking for. Finally, she found my breeder! I was supposed to be a fancy show dog, but my breeder decided I wasn't quite tall enough but I sure had drive to work. She started looking for a performance home for me ... so when mom came along, it was just like fate! Mom and my breeder got along really well and I was exactly what mom was looking for. A few days after our first meeting, my new mom brought me to my new home. The rest is history.

I'm quite the character. Mom calls me her "little piggy" because I'm always getting into something messy. I have a number of jobs (ALL Shelties NEED a job!) including CKC obedience, CKC rally-o, CARO rally-o, St. John Ambulance therapy dog, and NAFA flyball. When I'm not working, I love a good game of chase or wrestle with Gio. And I'll never say "no" to a game of fetch in the backyard or at the park!

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2010 Accomplishments:
- became the first dog in Saskatchewan to earn his CARO Rally Silver C Stream title, April 25, 2010

- earned his CARO Rally-O Versatility title, May 15, 2010

- won Reserve Winners Dog in the Altered class of the Canadian Shetland Sheepdog Association 2010 National Specialty, May 1, 2010

2009 Accomplishments:
- Completed his CARO Rally-O Excellent title ("RXMCL") with Magna Cum Laude February 28, 2009

- Completed his Rally Advanced (RA) title from CKC May 2, 2009

- Completed his Rally Excellent (RE) title from CKC, August 23, 2009

- Became the first dog in Saskatchewan to earn his CARO Rally Bronze C Stream title, October 4, 2009

2007 Accomplishments:
- Earned my Herding Instinct Certificate from the Australian Cattle Dog Club of Canada in June

- Began training for Rally-O in June

- Began training for flyball in June

- First CARO Rally-O trial in November with three qualifying Novice scores. 199/200, 196/200, and 196/200.

- First flyball tournament in November.

2008 Accomplishments:
- Obtained my FD ("Flyball Dog") title in NAFA flyball March. 29, 2008

- Obtained my CD ("Companion Dog") title in CKC obedience at my very first trial, with 4 qualifying scores. Three of the scores placed me in 2nd, and one placed me High in Class! April 5-6, 2008

- Obtained my FDX ("Flyball Dog Excellent") title in NAFA flyball April 13, 2008

- Obtained my RNMCL ("Rally Novice with Magna Cum Laude") from CARO, April 20, 2008

- Obtained my RACL ("Rally Advanced with Cum Laude") from CARO, July 5, 2008.

- Obtained my RN ("Rally Novice") from CKC, including a perfect 100 score, August 30 - September 1, 2008.

- Obtained my SJATD (St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog) certification, September 28, 2008.

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May 1st 2007 More than 8 years!

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April 6th 2008 8:23 pm
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My good buddy, Yippy, tagged me!

Here are the rules to this game-
Give 4 answers to the following 4 questions, and then tag 4 other pups!

So here goes:

Name four jobs that you've had.
1. Toy Rescuer. I am sure to snatch any toy from the deadly grasp of Gio. I'm a hero!
2. Comedic Relief. Whenever things are too calm, too quiet, or too tense, I jump in to save the day with some goofy antic!
3. Garden Inspector. I patrol the garden and promptly dispatch of anything that dares threaten the safety of the plants. Even if it means moving heaps of earth to ensure their safety.
4. Lint Roller. I drag my nose along the ground and pick up all bits of fluff, lint, string, or hair. Gota do my duty to keep this place clean!

Four places you have lived.
1. In British Columbia with my fur momma and my breeder.
2. To Saskatoon but still with my fur momma.
3. In Saskatoon with my current mom and big brother Gio!
4. Haven't lived anywhere else.

Four places where you have been.
1. To Regina, Saskatchewan for flyball tournaments and rally-o seminars.
2. To Battleford, Saskatchewan for a rally-o fun match.
3. I haven't visited anywhere else yet. But I will be going to Lloydminster, Saskatchewan next weekend for a flyball tournament.
4. I will also be going to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan in two weeks for a rally-o trial.

Four places you'd rather be.
1. At the training building with all my rally-o or flyball buddies, playing some Bark 'n Chase.
2. On a walk in the park with mom and Gio
3. Curled up on my special bed next to mom's computer desk.
4. Cuddled up with Gio and mom on the couch.

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June 14th 2007 8:32 pm
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Well tonight I learned what Rally-O is! Gio has been telling me that it is really fun, but I could never really figure it out. Tonight I had my first class. Mom thought I would be a challenge compared to Gio (The Show-Off), but I proved her wrong!! She thought I would be difficult to lure around and maneuver on leash due to my previous training for conformation work. But I caught on really quickly and by the end of class had pretty much figured out the little things she was asking me to do. I'm starting to catch on that she wants me to heel close and look at her instead of heel further out and look straight ahead like I was taught for conformation. I also sorta figured out that "get it" means I need to move to mom's side and sit nice looking straight ahead. I even did better than the cute little poodle that had done Rally-O before! YIPPEE!!

I think I like flyball better, but this is pretty fun, too. And I like being able to work with mom without The Show-Off hogging the spot light! BOL


My First Flyball Lesson!

May 27th 2007 8:55 pm
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I just got home from my first flyball lesson and am completely pooped! I fell asleep on the car ride home, woke up briefly to have a tiny dinner than ran to mom's room and fell asleep on the bed BOL

Class was so much fun though :D I got to meet lots of other dogs, and most of them were even close to my age and size! Then mom and I worked on some directional stuff and she introduced me to a jump. By the end of class I was doing AWESOME and she was even able to send me away to do a jump a few times ... Just a few feet and I was still on leash, but I thought I did pretty good anyways!

At home, I always play with a regular sized tennis ball. I LOVE TENNIS BALLS and will fetch and fetch and fetch for ages! But tonight mom let me play with a little tiny tennis ball. I didn't know what to do with it at first ... it smelled like a tennis ball, and was the same texture as a tennis ball but it was so much smaller! But mom tossed it around a little bit and I finally caught on. WATCH OUT! I'm all over that tiny ball now! I was even able to catch it in my mouth a few times, something I have never been able to do with a regular sized ball. Mom brought the tiny ball home and we are going to practice catching and set up a few low jumps in the back yard to work on my jumps, too.

PHEW! That was hard work ... but I think I'm going to like this game!

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