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12-07-2013, 01:02 PM   #1

Monty, our little star!


You might remember me saying earlier this week that we only had one red rosette .......

Here's a bit of a brag, our Monty who is now nearly two and a half came top in his dog obedience class and got 92% and a red rosette!


He doesn't look as proud of himself as we are of him!



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12-07-2013, 07:26 PM   #2

Re: Monty, our little star!


what a clever boy Monty, well done x



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14-07-2013, 08:40 PM   #3

Re: Monty, our little star!


Well done Monty (note the red colour for the rosette) is that is summer cut too Angie? He looks really dapper.



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14-07-2013, 09:53 PM   #4

Re: Monty, our little star!


Very well done Monty, now can you have a word in my terriers ear please as she seems to have forgotten all her training and manners



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14-07-2013, 11:22 PM   #5

Re: Monty, our little star!


Thanks ladies!

Yes, that's a summer cut - only just done last Thursday, the groomer fitted him in! (Called a "sports cut"!)

Elaine, when he's good he's very very good but otherwise he's just a Schnauzer and stubborn!



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15-07-2013, 07:35 AM   #6

Re: Monty, our little star!


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Originally Posted by angieh
Thanks ladies!

Yes, that's a summer cut - only just done last Thursday, the groomer fitted him in! (Called a "sports cut"!)

Elaine, when he's good he's very very good but otherwise he's just a Schnauzer and stubborn!
Yes sounds just like my wee terrier too, the joys of dogs



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15-07-2013, 10:28 AM   #7

Re: Monty, our little star!


Awh bless him, clever boy! Thats an excellent achievement. Have you ever comsidered agility? They love it x



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15-07-2013, 02:03 PM   #8

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Yes Velvet - Monty has been doing agility since he turned 1 year old. He is getting quite a confident boy now and speeding up a bit, but he'd never beat those collies! Good thing actually, as my OH runs him and has to struggle now to keep up with him. We don't do competitions though.



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15-07-2013, 04:21 PM   #9

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How is Dora coming on and do you think you will let someone else run her as you said in agility bet she will be good and fast and give the collies a run for their money.



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15-07-2013, 08:03 PM   #10

Re: Monty, our little star!


Dora won't be able to start agility until the Autumn, when she's 1 year old, although she's done a couple of puppy introduction to agility classes, just to get her used to the equipment and over low jumps. She caught on very fast. I do think we will have to try and find someone else to run her though .... I'll get OH to ask the agility trainer, she may know of someone.

Dora goes to obedience classes with me and is coming along quite well. She got 71% in her first test and a yellow rosette. I think she would be suited to flyball ......



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