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  • Peggy Appel
    Peggy Appel

    August Brags

    Vicki bragged that: GrCH KinLoch’s Camellia Hills CAA CGCA was Best Opposite Sex at the CRCTC Specialty and also on Saturday at the PKC show.  On 07-30-17 at the Quarles Property, “Cammie” earned her second leg for her Farm Dog Certification title; and that Ch KinLoch’s Power of Three BN RN FDC CAA BCAT CGCA earned her CD title at the CRCTC Specialty and being the only dog to qualify was High in Trial.

    Ilene bragged that Casey, CH Kalil Cool Casey from Bull Run RATO, CGCA, TKN is now adding FDC, a new Farm Dog title, to his name after successful CRCTC Farm Dog event.

    Hallie bragged that: Kiowa’s Rhinestone Cowboy (Nucky) got his NAJ title after a lot of very very hard work. Hallie is exhausted, but Nucky seems to be full of energy and plans on Hallie doing more hard work for the next title; and that Kiowa’s Life Is What You Make It (Eleanor) received her Farm Dog certificate; this little dog never ceases to inspire and amaze me by overcoming her physical handicaps and being the most talented day I have ever had. Eleanor also attempted Senior Earthdog for the first time – although she did not pass, she did everything perfectly except not allowing her handler to catch her in the required 90 seconds; and that Brigadoon’s Queen Malka received her TKN title with AKC’s new grandfather policy for trick training. After a lifetime of no interest in normal terrier activities, Malka is known as the “anti-terrier” and will only do activities involving food.

    Debbie bragged that GCH Joywood’s Brodie McFee at TuShus SE was Best Veteran in Sweeps, Veteran dog 1st place, and received an AOM at the CRCTC Specialty.

    Darleen bragged that her human son Iain completed his Associates Degree in Oregon Transfer Studies. He was accepted to both Southern Oregon University and Portland State University. He has chosen to attend PSU in the fall.

    Cindi bragged the CH Kinloch’s Garden Party (Jasmine) earned her AKC Farm Dog title on July 30 at the CRCTC test at the Quarles farm; thank you to judge Val Perry.



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