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E's Cocker Crew

Jadzia

MAR-K'S STO-VO-KOR SURPRISE

born July 5, 2018

MBIS MBISS MBIPS A/C/NZ/Aus
Gr Ch. Mar-K's Prologue

x Ch. Mar-K's Hot Topic

I took one look at a video of a tiny cocker puppy leaping into the air to repeatedly attack a tug toy and I knew I had to bring Jadzia home and make her my next agility dog.

 

She is as smart as she is driven and she is really fun to train!

Her littermates are accomplished conformation pups but she'll be taking a more academic and athletic route to fame. I look forward to our journey.

TITLES EARNED

WCRL Rally:

RLI-AOE

Syrio

TELL-TAIL'S FIRST SWORD OF BRAAVOS

born January 2, 2015

Ch. Tell-Tail's Son of Bee x Tell-Tail's Play It Cool

Syrio never fails to keep me humble! Just when I think he's got it all under control, he shows me a new and hilarious way for it to all fall apart. I'm a better trainer because of him.

He started his career in agility but decided that he didn't like competing in trials because they were too stimulating. We currently compete in World Cynosport Rally, which Syrio absolutely adores and would gladly do all day, every day.

TITLES EARNED

CPE Agility: 
CSL1

 

WCRL Rally:

RL1-AOE, RL1X, RL2-AOE, ARCH

Titania

OBG'S QUEEN OF THE FAIRIES

OBG Cocker Spaniel Rescue

born 2007(?), gotcha 2011

Titania is my original fearful dog. In her first manners class, she hid behind my legs. But the more we worked together and the more she learned, the more confident she became.

 

She competed in CPE agility for several years, earning many titles before back problems forced her retirement. Titania is currently being Queen of the house and demanding all the belly rubs.

TITLES EARNED

CPE Agility: 
CL1, CL2, CL3-H, CL3-S, CL3-F, CL4-F

Barn Hunt:

RATN

Nose Work:

Birch ORT

Rex (RIP)

OBG Cocker Spaniel Rescue

2007 (?) - 2018

Half Cocker, Half Beagle, 100% Special Boy

"Give me the most fearful one!" I said to OBG's foster home coordinator. And sure enough, they did! When Rex came to me as a foster in March 2013, he would lose his bowels if anyone touched him.

It was a long road toward helping Rex feel safe and building his confidence. We made it official in September 2013 that Rex was one of the family. We miss his happy grumbles and the crazy noises he made while tap-dancing every time we came home.