|NS CAC brCH Brk Chapels Tempted by Delyla, CGC, TT aka Lyla
sire: Konrad Braveheart of Zion • dam: Brk Chapels Adolfina-O-Hilandr
brown sable plush • b. April 29, 2008
hips: PennHip L 0.39 R 0.32, no DJD
elbows: OFA Normal (prelim)
heart: Normal, Cardiologist
thyroid: Normal, Practitioner
Introducing Miss Delyla, our little girl from the very first litter here at Brick Chapel Shilohs.
December 2008, Brk Chapls Tempted By Delyla, CGC, graduates Summa Cum Laude! Lyla graduated from basic obedience this week at the top of her class. As an honor student, she stated that she had to study very little for their silly test. She felt that a 1 minute sit stay and 3 minute down stay were not challenging enough for her shiloh self. She was amazed that the only other classmate that made it through both tests was her Visla pal and fellow honors grad. Lyla also stated that had it not been for older kids misbehaving in the adjacent ring she would have graduated with a 98 rather than a 97.5.
Lyla will be taking the rest of December off to play with her new sisters and brothers. She plans to start training them as soon as they figure out how to stand up. In January she will return to class with Boxer gal pal Greta, notably not honors ranked due to above stated distractions. Lyla's prior accomplishments include graduation from Puppy College, 1 Best in Show Jr Puppy, 1st place in her first Rally-O competition, and CGC at 5 months of age. She would like to thank her mother and father as well as brothers for their encouragement in her career.
September 2008, Lyla was entered in 3 confirmation shows and took Best Junior Puppy in one of them. Her BIG showing was in the obedience field where she shocked the tester and earned her CGC at just shy of 5 months old! The tester really thought we were just watching and used us to greet another dog she was testing. She said Lyla put the big dogs to shame...WHOOO HOOO!
and then.... There was a Rally-O field. I decided to take little miss CGC through the Rally-O course also... so off we went. She was great other than sitting wide (which was surprising because she was getting better at that) and she even got 8 bonus points for doing a halt come to heel or something of the such. The original course was set up to have a "forward come front" but that was removed when none of the dogs (except Lyla) would do it. Winners were announced during lunch and little Miss Lyla got FIRST place!
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