All results are in for the final game of the Winter 2015 series ~ Team Canada and Sit, Stay, ‘N Play were last to report. You can view those results here:
The winning team is Sit, Stay, ‘N Play. This team finished with a strong showing beating Team Canada in the final game! Clermont County All Stars fell to third place in the final accounting.
Tylt, a Border Collie handled by Teri O’Neill of Team Canada won the December game (https://youtu.be/zhUWgwYqgsc ~ There’s some pretty fancy footwork in this video…Teri manages to kick off one of her shoes).
[November results here: Nov 2015 Results.]
Top Dog honors for the series go to Dallas, a ten year old Border Collie, handled by Laurie Bowen who plays for Sit, Stay ‘N Play. Dallas scored 231 Lifetime Performance Points in the December 2015 series.
Second and third place are a tie between: Laurie Bowen’s Fiona, a Border Collie and Darryl Warren’s Australian Shepherd Vader, each scoring 225 LPP. Darryl and Vader also play for Sit, Stay ‘N Play in Stroudsburg, PA.
We’re delighted to have pictures! Here are the top three dogs of the December Series, in the final game:
Jumping Into the League
New clubs are welcome to establish franchises with the National Dog Agility League. It’s very inexpensive and is a great foundation for play and training.
Most of the details can be found here:
Email our trial secretary if you need help getting started: Bud Houston ~ Houston.Bud@gmail.com.
Questions comments & impassioned speeches to Bud Houston Houston.Bud@gmail.com. The web store is up and running. www.dogagility.org/newstore. You’ll find in the web store The Book of Agility Games, an invaluable reference to clubs engaged in league play.