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by Tammy Wilson

Trevor came to live with me when he was a year old. We had too many dogs at the time (unfortunately, that situation changed far too quickly) and we were not sure it was a good idea, but I couldn't pass him up. Quest and I had gotten very involved in agility, and were having a great time. But Quest was really too big and heavy to really be competitive. Peachie and Adrienne told me about a young dog they were thinking of placing in a "working" home. Peachie had kept him hoping he would be their next big show dog. And the more they told me, the more I just had to see this dog. I've never regretted that decision. He was everything they said and more. Unfortunately for them and fortunately for me he was too small. At just over 22" and 50 pounds he is a natural for agility. He jumps effortlessly, even over 30" jumps. It doesn't look like speed will be a problem either.

His career is just starting, but he already shows a lot of promise. He finished his Novice Agility title just before the Mission Circuit and moved up to Open for that show. He qualified in 3 out of 4 days to earn his Open Agility title at the Mission Circuit.

Some day we will give obedience and the field a try. He is birdy and loves to swim. And he has great natural attention. He may be the competitive obedience dog I was looking for before I got hooked on agility... now, if only we can find enough time!

Owners: Tammy Wilson, Adrienne Ayles & Peachie Orton

Breeders: Peachie Orton & Bunky Orton

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