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2017 Top Multi-Discipline Dogs

Top Multi-Discipline Dogs - Official 2017 Results

5-Caesar-Labrador-Retriever.jpgCaesar is crowned king again! The title of Top Multi-Discipline Dog goes to GMOTCh. Riveron’s Caesar RAE, SH, WCX (Caesar) and owner-handler Heather Watt for the second year in a row.

Caesar is the first dog that Heather has trained. When they got together seven and half years ago, “I didn’t know anything about competitions for dogs,” she admits and yet this team was born to compete together. Caesar is not only the #5 Rally Dog and the #9 Obedience Dog all breeds for 2017, but he also earned his Master Hunt title this year.
 
Congratulations to Heather and Caesar on another incredible year and to all the CKC Top Multi-Discipline Dogs. The 2017 results include 106 dogs that earned Top Dog spots in two or three events – our longest list of honourees to date – with all seven groups represented!
 
Thank you to our presenting sponsor, Purina® Pro Plan®, for such generous support of the CKC Top Dogs program. 
 
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of our CKC Top Dog stats. If there are any discrepancies or corrections, please review your records against the CKC’s published results and send the show information in question to information@ckc.ca.

Top Multi-Discipline Dogs: The Story

FlyrRunning-3.jpgWhat do you do when you have reached the Top? You set a new standard of achievement.
In honour of the incredible lifetime achievements of GMOTCh. Clitheroe R Commander N Chief  RAE42 (Fly’R) and his owner-handler, Charlie MacMillan, the 2015 Top Dogs results debuted a brand new category: the Multi-Discipline Top Dogs (MD). MD celebrates the versatility of Top Dogs by recognizing teams who have earned Top Dog status in two or more disciplines at the breed, group or all breeds level.

Fly’R was the first dog in CKC history to achieve Top 10 All Breeds in two disciplines and he did it in style – for six years straight - showing novice and veteran competitors alike the value of versatility. Proving versatility is about demonstrating a range of skills and readiness for a variety of activities. This comes with time, as the handler and dog begin with training a solid foundation of skills, often drawing on the dog’s natural abilities, and grow as a team from there. Many CKC member breeders take great pride in showcasing their dogs’ exceptional conformation quality in the show ring, and also demonstrating their dogs’ fitness for purpose by excelling in performance events that require the skills of their breed’s original purpose.

After Fly’R retired at the end of the 2015 competitive season, the mantle of Top Multi-Discipline Dog was taken up by first-time trainer, Heather Watt, and the incomparable Caesar.

No matter your reason, your experience level or which dog sport first caught your eye, the Top MD Dogs are proof that the fun and irreplaceable bond of dog sport will have you coming back for more!

 

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