2017 Combined High In Trial I &  II

Performance competition is an important and special part of Nationals Week. Be amazed by what our Cavaliers can do! Join us, either to participate in obedience and rally competitions, or simply to cheer on those who are striving for excellence in these performance events. Huge congratulations to our 2017 Combined High In Trial I &  II winner, Mike Bode (pictured).

 

 

Obedience and Rally Trial I

Day: Monday, April 16
Entries: Roy Jones Dog Shows 

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Judge: Loretta Lazarra

"My interest in obedience started as a teen with the family pet Pomeranian.  We joined a dog training club and the instructor saw the potential in the Pom, and took me “under her wing.” We hit the “dog show road” and never looked back.  Poms stayed as my sister’s breed and I ventured into something a little larger, the Shetland Sheepdog.

Pyro (pictured) is my 10th sheltie and my 8th UD, this year. We will be working on the UDX next.   Pyro is my first Grand Champion, owner handled all the way.  Last fall he completed his RAE and we were hoping to add Agility, but time does not seem to be cooperating for this venue.

I am a life member of Fox Valley DTC in St. Charles, IL where I am an Assistant Director of Training and teach a focus, handling class for people showing in obedience and/or rally.  I have also taught and judged 4-H shows.

I began judging in 2010 after playing judge at a “gazillion” matches which I still do on occasion.

Thank you for the honor and privilege of judging your wonderful dogs  at your National."

 

 

Obedience and Rally Trial II

Day: Tuesday, April 17
Entries: Roy Jones Dog Shows

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Judge: Fred Buroff

"I started showing in obedience in 1980 and trained both a male and female Doberman to Utility. After my Dobermans, I then titled three Border Collies, one Golden Retriever, and a German Shepherd. I also recently put a Rally title, a Beginner Novice Title, CD, and a Graduate Novice Title on an Italian Greyhound. I have been judging obedience since 1989. I became a Rally judge when it started in 2005."

 

 

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