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Dublin - Cuardach Travlin Man BN RN CGC (Born May 10, 2010)

Out of "Marley" Irish Show Champion Fynder On Shifting Ground and "Megan" Ch Cuardach Megan's Trail at Rinn CDX RE NAP

Dublin was the only boy out of the Megan/Marley litter.  He is an incredibly sweet boy and he can charm anyone he meets.  He is very outgoing and loves to learn.  He reminds me so much of Clark in terms of he easy going nature yet he has tons of drive.  He is very handsome and has a very lovely head.  He has incredibly dark eyes.  He lives in Pennsylvania with his owner April, her family, and many other dogs on a farm.  April has done a lot of rescue work in the past and she has a border collie, pitbull, french bulldog, cocka-poo, and a standard poodle.  She is a professional groomer so she'll be able to keep Dublin's coat in great shape and she hopes to do some grooming competitions with him.  April really wants to do field training with Dublin.  April has done a lot of obedience training with Dublin and she's also done a little bit of agility with him.  While Dublin is April's first IWS, I've know her for many years (Clark and one of her Rotties were in an obedience class together).  Dublin made his obedience debut the weekend of March 31, 2012 and April 1, 2012.  Dublin earned his first 2 rally novice legs.  He also earned his Canine Good Citizen (CGC) title.  They are a great team.  Dublin earned his rally novice (RN) title on April 14, 2012.  Dublin won 1st place in Beginner Novice A obedience and earned a Rally Advance leg at the 2013 IWSCA national specialty. Dublin earned his beginner novice title on September 27, 2013 at the Wine Country shows and won first place.  He heeled beautifully with April.  I was so glad I got to see him.

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Dublin and April showing in beginner's obedience at the 2013 Wine Country shows

12/24/2014                                                                                                     

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