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   Jul 05

Canines try out agility skills

AIR BUD: Cheryl McKean’s three-year-old Cocker Spaniel, Annie, easily clears the last hurdle of the obedience trials course at Harris Street Reserve. Picture: Rob Gunstone
Nanjing Night Net

CLEVER dogs and their owners showed just how well they could work together at theObedience and Rally-O Trial held at Harris Street Reserve on Saturday.

There were more than 50 entries from the south-west, as well asBallaratand Bendigo, with breeds includingCocker Spaniel, Border Collie, Lagotto, Kelpie, Rottweilerand Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.Warrnambool Dog Training School trialsecretary Melisa Champness said about half the entries were local club members.

“It’s the only rally trial we run so people really enjoyed it,” Ms Champness said.

“Wealso ran a small training session for up-and-coming triallists to encourage them to join the trial next time.

“There wasa lovely atmosphere on the ground all day.It’sgreat for people not used to the big events.”

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