Sunday, October 24, 2010

TACh 2 Ch Loteki Civil Liberties CD RAE MX MXJ

Cheryl Brown is very excited to report that Jackson, earned his RAE today in Chattanooga!  Congrats!

Also, the first Loteki Grand Champion completed his title today in Springfield, IL, Riot is now GRCH Loteki Civil Uprising.  He was BOB with several other specials in the ring, including one that has several BISS, as well as an all-breed BIS.  VERY NICE! We floated home!  I have shown Riot exactly 8 times, with 7 BOBs and one BOS.  He now is official retired from the show ring.

Jackson and Riot are half brothers, as they share the same sire - CH Loteki Just Be Civil.

Saturday, October 23, 2010


Great news from Atlanta!  Loteki Down The Garden Path was WB for a major, but it doesn't end there.....she went BEST OF BREED over SEVEN specials for a five point major!  What a win!  Thank you, Hiram Stewart for conditioning my girl so beautifully and handling her to such heights!!! 

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

A Point for Spencer!

Cheryl Brown was pleased to have Spencer, a.k.a. Loteki The Winds Of Change, win WD at the Sunday, Nashville show this past weekend.  Spencer is a very full of himself and is a handful often to his own disadvantage in the ring. 

Spencer and litter mates, Style and Trooper will be 9 months old later this month.

Spencer crashed on the couch after a long day at the dog show!  Behaving is such hard work!

Monday, October 11, 2010

Go Molly & Pippin - Another title!!!

On October 9, Molly Nesselrodt (age 11) and Pippin (Loteki High Flyer, NA, NAJ, NJP) finished their Novice Agility Preferred title at the Williamsport Dog
Training Club Agility Trial.

At the same trial, they qualified in their first try in Open Jumpers with a clean round and earned another Q in Novice Fast!

Way to go Molly and Pippin!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

CONGRATULATIONS to Molly and Pippin

Amy Nesselrodt DVM (PA) writes about the family's camping trip to the Wine Country agility trials.  It was a very soggy trip!  Daughter, Molly ran Pippin, who really hates getting wet!   Don't we all!  The following was taken from Amy's email about the weekend.

"Well....that little Pap was all heart (or else he thought "the sooner I get this done, the sooner I can return to a warm lap") and he had his fastest time (yards per second) ever with a clean round to finish his title!

The rain did not stop until in the night. The next day everything was squishy and muddy. I asked Molly if she wanted to try again or instead go have fun with "the boys.  Molly said she wanted to try again.

The show grounds were awful. Now even the back row of crates were rain slogged. My crate spot, the last one picked, seemed to be a high spot and underneath us it was dry but all around us there was mud and standing water. The rings were awful: sucking deep sticky mud and standing water. Jumpers class was first. I didn't think Pippin would do it for Molly. Well...once again he proved me wrong and had a clean round!

In standard class Pippin once again did everything Molly asked but the teeter, which would not go down, too much mud in the hinges? So he jumped off and got an F. What else could he do? The darn thing stayed suspended in air.

Molly and Pippin showed up Luke and I again. They got their first Q in Fast (first try too!)." 

Pippin went home as Loteki High Flyer, NA, NJ, NJP.  Molly did a super job!

Congratulations to Molly and Flyer on their super weekend!