Spring gets dogs going

Spring gets dogs going

Attractive dog sport and very respectable performances were experienced by participants and numerous guests at the spring test of the local group Bad Staffelstein-Lichtenfels in the German Shepherd Dog Association (SV).
In ideal weather conditions, three German shepherd dogs and ten dogs of other breeds were presented to the critical eyes of judge Horst Kaim (Pressig) and judge candidate Monika Gutknecht (Gemunden am Main) in subordination, tracking and working dog performance tests.
Among the participants were eight guests from the dog rescue squadron Kronach, from Ebersdorf and the dog school Dogsys (Bad Staffelstein). With the assistance of the chairman Rudi Waid as well as Thorsten Poppe (Schutzdiensthelfer), Sylvia Lehnard and Guido Aurich (Tracker) the tests took place on the club grounds at Staffelsteiner Ochsenanger. Judge Kaim was pleased after about seven hours of sports program to have seen consistently well-prepared dogs and handlers. Results: Utility dog test IPO 1: Jux – led by Edgar Baumann (Bad Staffelstein): 286 (96/94/96a) points (excellent), Zenit vom alten Grieshof – Sabine Scherer (Bad Staffelstein): 286 (94/97/95a) points (excellent), Face vom Holzmicheltal – Katharina Poppe (Neustadt bei Coburg) 285 (93/96/96a) points (very good) Tracking dog test FH-2: Arie von der Eichendorfschule – Guido Aurich (Kronach): 88 points (good), tracking dog test FH-1: Emma vom Haus Mink – Harald Herold (Ebersdorf): 92 points (very good), companion dog test BgH1: Dileyla von Kunstadt – Kathrin Dusella (Memmelsdorf): 81 points, Pia von der Boxer-Meute – Martin Stegner (Coburg): 83 points (both good), companion dog test BGH: Nala – Uwe Lux (Sonnefeld), Quinto vom Thurnhof – Tim Griebel (Ahorn), Coockie – Thomas Grunbeck (Pressig), Luis des Lusan – Jennifer Bruns (Ebersdorf), Sina vom Mechlenburger Buffel – Jean-Philip Rebhan (Pressig), Paula – Lisa Eckert (all passed).

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