Hattie completed her Companion Dog obedience title with a total of eight "legs". I often joked that she was my English Cocker Spider! Five of her qualifying scores were also placements in all-breed obedience competition. She finished her title ranked number 7 English Cocker nationally at the Novice level.
Here she is shown being awarded 1st place. Hattie was never very popular with the Golden Retriever handlers, but the one in second place that day refused to accept my handshake in cogratulations.
Chestnuts Ain't I Just Ducky, CD, on the left, and Chestnuts Medicine Hat, CD, on the right. They are being awarded 3rd and 4th places respectively at Three Rivers K.C. by obedience judge Ms. Patricia Scully, member AKC Board of Directors.
Ducky and Hattie are half-sisters and on this same day that they were awarded these placements in Obedience, a third half-sister,
|CLASS or TITLE||DATE||CLUB SPONSORING TRIAL||RESULTS|
| ||09/23/1995||St. Charles Missouri Kennel Club||1st|
| ||09/17/1995||Three Rivers Kennel Club||4th|
| ||09/16/1995||Rolla Missouri Kennel Club||4th|
| ||09/09/1995||Heart of Michigan English Cocker Spaniel Club||2nd|
| ||08/27/1995||St. Joseph Kennel Club||4th|
|C D||08/26/1995||Lawrence Jayhawk Kennel Club||QUAL|
| ||11/19/1994||Dog Training Club of Champaign-Urbana||QUAL|
|Nov B||10/30/1994||Illinois Valley Kennel Club of Peoria||QUAL|