Wednesday, February 25, 2009

International Champion

January 2011
Tang is now in the best of homes I could ever imagine for him!!!

Going on great mountain hikes at least four times a week, living on acreage, going to work with his new owner to help those in need of companionship during therapy, soon to do some Tracking to lead to Search and Rescue!

Many huge wonderful thanks to his new owners who will continue with Tangs great success in life.
I love you Tang you loving most wonderful happy Tang!
♥ ♥ ♥

I have now made this tough and sad decision for me to allow Tang to be available for a forever loving home.

He is a fun loving sweet boy that wants to please and loves to work. Only serious inquiries for someone that wants.... NO.... that is going to do obedience or sheep herding or tracking or some kind of activity with him.  I haven`t had the opportunity to try swimming with him as of yet.

I want him to go where he can excel in what he so loves to do and is capable of doing. He will pick up alot of different materials and happily bring them to you when I ask him 'What have you got?' He is crate trained, house broken (does not lift his leg in the house), automatically sits at the door but occasionally is more interested in the food in his crate so I say "On the mat" 

Santos says 'See yahs Tang, don`t let the door hit yahs on the way out!' ;)

October 30, 2010
Dog friendly Apple Orchard Rv Park in Kelowna, B.C.
(Please remember to pick up after your dogs.  Be a responsible dog owner!)

February 25, 2009

Tang became an International Champion this past weekend in Enumclaw, Washington, U.S.A.
His achievements in these two days of four shows were three Best Adult going onwards to two Best of Breed.
He then competed in the Non-Sporting Ring to take a Group 1st and Group 3rd in the IABCA - International All Breed Canine Association.

(Note: NO hairspray allowed ! ! !)
Thank you to Judge Luane Williams for Tang`s Group One (Gold Medallion) and to Judge Richard Camacho for his Group Three (Bronze Medallion) This gave me the same tingling and thrill I had when I showed Opal, Tang`s littermate and placed over a BIS bitch and a BISS American Champion male.

I was very pleased for Erica................!!!

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