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Monday June 25, 2007 - Thursday June 28, 2007 9:00am-4:00pm daily
Obedience & Agility with World Team Trainers:
Celeste and Zoom at World Obedience Championships, UK
Celeste prides herself in her “Attitude is Everything” way of dog training & Aerobic Handling Techniques.
As a professional dog trainer, AKC Obedience Judge & Rally-O Judge, Celeste Meade has had a successful career competing nationally and training dogs for over 20 years. She has achieved numerous titles in obedience, conformation, sheep herding and tracking while earning number one national rankings and multiple high in trials, championships and numerous coveted "Dog World Awards." Celeste has earned a place in the Bloodhound breeder's Hall of Fame, breeding over 35 champions in only 4 litters. Celeste is noted for her ability and love of training the most unusual and “so called” non-obedient, difficult breeds. The most well known being the Bloodhound. Her first, "Tucker" (CH. Nimrod Frankie's Tucker UDT, Can CDX) was the first & ONLY bloodhound of all time to receive OTCH points along with multiple High in Trials.
Yet another one of her Bloodhound partners, "Ryder" (Ch. The Nimrod's Rainbo Ryder CD)had multiple first places, High in Trials and "Sunday's Best" at a Gaines Classic with a score of 199 1/2, being the highest scoring obedience Bloodhound of ALL TIME!
And then there is "Zoom" the Border Collie CH. OTCH Shoreland's Zoomin in on EWE UDX11 HSas. He has held the highest national rankings in the past, Hoffman System.
Julie and Spring at 2004 IFCS World Agility Championships in Spain.
Julie is a member of 2 gold medal winning international teams. In 2004, Team USA won the IFCS Championships in Valencia, Spain. Spring & Julie earned 4 trophies and 3 medals at that event, and anchored the Relay Team to clinch the Gold for the USA. Julie and Spring are also members of Team USA 2002, which earned the Gold in Moscow, Russia. For more on the IFCS World Agility Championship, click here
As a competitor, Julie has won many televised events including ESPN's Great Outdoor Games and USA Channel's Purina Incredible Dog Challenge, and has also won many gold medals in top-level tournaments in the U.S., including the USDAA National Steeplechase Championship, the 2003 Dog Agility Masters National Team Tournament (on the new World Sport channel), and the winner-take-all Challenger Round at the 2003 AKC National Championships (on the Animal Planet channel).
SUPER CAMP is a 4 day CAMP increasing motivation and creating more drive with ease and control. These are advanced super camps for competitive obedience and agility teams that want to work hard and have a SUPER time doing it. Open to ALL levels!!
** BONUS** All Participants will be able to cross over to either venue.
Also being offered:
*Early Morning Tracking Sessions *Sheep Herding (add'l fee applies) *Freestyle
Camp Dates: Monday June 25, 2007 - Thursday June 28, 2007 9:00am-4:00pm
Registration limited to 10 Participants per venue. Sign-Up EARLY!
Fee: Participants $650.00; Auditors $325.00
Fee Includes Breakfast & Gourmet Lunch!
American K9 Country is located on 15 beautiful acres available for field work, with a pond for swimming, a fenced in Dog Park and a 10,000sq foot fully Air Conditioned & Matted Training Arena.
AK9C is conveniently located on Routes 101 just over the Bedford Line across from Camp Rd in Amherst. For detailed directions please visit our website @: www.Americank9country.com
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