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Ultimate Air Dogs at Outdoorama
« on: March 02, 2010, 01:28:02 AM »

I finally got to see some of the Ultimate Air Dogs at this year's Outdoorama. In the past, the most I had to do with them was borrowing their stage for a seminar (big crowds when they think dogs might be involved ;D ) or maybe having to try to be heard of the excitable ones who were 'in training' by their owners...

I took a short break Sunday and watched the finals of the novice level. A pretty German short hair won with two jumps totaling almost 45 feet! Not bad.

I work with someone who is involved pretty heavily in the competition. She was in the not novice category - whatever that is called - so I didn't get to see her golden lab Dusty do her thing. I've always been partial to labs and they had some beautiful animals at the event including Chopper, a very well trained chocolate.

Dusty did stop by the booth on Saturday to visit for a while. Oh, she also brought my co-worker, Linda, with her.

Here's Linda and Dusty on the dock, I'm guessing, doing some pre-competition visualizing. (More likely, if Dusty is anything like her owner... she was probably thinking... you want the toy, you go jump for it ;D)

Dusty had an off day and missed the finals by a few feet. I think she jumped a 17 something and a 16 something. Linda says a boxer or bull dog jumped an amazing 25 feet during the not novice rounds!

The Ultimate Air Dogs is hosted by retired Detroit Tiger pitcher Milt Wilcox.
« Last Edit: March 02, 2010, 01:31:03 AM by djkimmel »

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