Adventures with dogs, dog training and dog sports (particularly flyball and agility ... well, OK, mostly just flyball and agility!).
Yay for Mr. G!!! He looks like a happy big boy out there.And if you think the Jumpers times are tight in Open just wait until you get to Elite, esp. if you're in the 20+ class. I've had lovely, bobble free clean runs that weren't particularly pokey come in at hundredths of a second over SCT. This is one of my big beefs with NADAC lately, the attrition rate in the 20+ Elite Jumpers class is huge as you need a fairly fast dog just to Q and I think they've driven away a lot of the more diverse breeds & mixes. And the SCT's are even more variable than the course designs.I'm in the same boat though, too few USDAA trials and AKC is simply not an option.Elayne
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