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CAN.CH Jansim I'm Your Man CAN.RN (Jansim Pup)

(proud owner - Anne)

Taking his time to extremes !!!

Geordie earned the third leg to complete his CKC Rally Novice title with a third place and a score of 79 in Novice B at the Cobequid Dog Club Show and Trials in Truro, NS on March 99. 2016.
The judge was Lucie Leduc Levasseur

Taking his time

Geordie earned his second leg in Rally Novice A with third place and a score of 72 at the Atlantic Terrier Association Specialty Trial in Halifax, NS on August 29. 2014 (almost three years AFTER he earned his fisrt leg).
Judge was our favourite Mike Calhoun.

2012 Border Terrier Canada National Specialty Success

July 26, 2012 - Not only did Geordie win Best Opposite Sex and Best Otter Head under breeder judge, Patrick Glover but he was also awarded Best Head in Border Essentials which was facilitated by Patrick, JoAnn Frier Murza and Judy Todd.

Following a New Calling

Geordie earned his first leg in Rally Novice at the Atlantic Terrier Association Trials in Truro, NS on October 23, 2011.
Judge was Donald Wallace and his score was a not-so-bad 81

Finished in Fine Fashion

Geordie finished his Canadian Championship at the Hamilton Kennel Club shows, June 23-26, 2011.
He was Best of Winners under Adrian Landarte for a two-point major on Thursday and wrapped it up with Winners Dog, Best of Winners for three points under Chris Neilson on Sunday.

Chipping away at a Championship

Geordie added another three points to take him past the halfway mark at the Halifax Kennel Club Shows, September 4-6, 2010 going Best of Breed and Group 3rd on Saturday (judge Thomas Burke) and Best of Breed on Monday (judge Ekaterina Senashenko)

Off and running

Geordie put all the practice he had at the BTCA National Specialty to good use at the Hochelaga Kennel Club shows May 22-24, 2010 going Best of Breed and Grp 4th on Saturday (judge Dr. Michael Woods) and Monday (judge Ricardo Saldana) to earn 3 points towards his CKC Championship

A Promising Debut

Geordie, owner handled by Anne, made his first ring appearance at the Canine Association of Nova Scotia shows on October 17-18, 2009 in Windsor, NS
This was an FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale) show where dogs are rated as opposed to earning points.
Under FCI rules dogs must be at least 15 months to get ratings toward a championship so Geordie's three "very promising" ratings (judges Vitor Viega and Luis Oliviera from Portugal and Miroslav Vidar from Slovenija) will not count but are a "promise" of things to come!

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