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ABdFC Top 20 Performance Invitations to: Trouble, Nina, Breeze and Stryker!
Congratulations to Maggie and Breeze on their MACH 2!! and for being the first Bouvier to get the Lure Coursing Test title! ** Congratulations to Reg Cobb and Nina on their OM1 and UDX2!
Congratulations to Susan and Noche' on their AKC BN! ~ and the Junior Herding Dog title trained and handled by Phyllis Clark! More Congratulations on their HT and PT! ~ and followed by a first place in ASCA Started Sheep :) More Congratulations to Solo's daughter Briarlea Reina de la Noche and Phyllis Clark for their High in Trial out of the Started Sheep Class with a 94 on September 22 at the GSDC All Breed Herding Trial and finishing her Started title with a 4th place on Oct 14!
Congratulations to Terry and Riker on another agility Q!
Congratuations to Janet and Briarlea Rey de la Luz PT RN on their new Rally Novice title and now their AHBA sheep title!
Congratulations to Solo on his 192.0, 195.5, 194.0 in obedience to finish his AKC Novice title! Congratulations on Solo's CDX with an average score of 191!!
To Briarlea Nightingale of Rustic Road (Gael) and Phyllis on their HT and PT!
And to High in Trial Briarlea Alta Bella (Trouble) for ending 2011 as #1 Herding Bouvier (dogs defeated) with the ABdFC! 2012: First place in ASCA Started sheep to finish her title, Third place in Advanced Ducks to finish that title and a Q in Open Sheep! Trouble finishes her AKC Advanced Duck Title with one placement and her Open sheep with a second place win. In October she earned her first leg in ASCA Started Cattle with a second place.
The Bouvier des Flandres is a robust, obedient, affectionate and active dog. Its dynamism and its sociability make an excellent companion dog.
Let us not forget however that this companion of ours was initially a dog of herding quality, having a certain aptitude for defense.
With its waked up expression, its hair hard to the touch, this valiant dog with the dual nationality (French and Belgian), will make happy all the Masters eager to have a formidable companion for the family, a watchdog able to defend its Master until the end of his forces, with fidelity and passion. - from the French National Club for the Bouvier.
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