Yes,...it seemed to be taking Andy too long to get the 3 Q's he needed in std...so I decided to keep entering the games..by the time Andy did get his 3Q's in std he accumulated 3 q's in each of the games too! So Andy is really ready for Advanced...I hope he flies through advanced and gets to masters!
In the meantime, Gemma gets to begin her USDAA career...she will be entered in Starters in her next show, which will be in Hamden CT....hope Star will be there!
That will be in June. Gemma only measures 11.5" so she gets to run in 12"Championship, where as Andy is 13.78"and he has to jump 16"in Ch...but he has no problem jumping it..in this past year, he only knocked one bar out of many runs during the year.
Colleen Keough wrote:
Lisa R wrote:
Now for those of us still trying to figure this all out... exactly what is an AD?
The United States Dog Agility Association (USDAA) title AD = (Agility Dog). It requires 3 Q's in Standard (i.e., think obstacle course) Q's plus 1 Q in each of 4 games (Jumpers, Gamblers, Pairs Relay and Snooker) at the starter level.