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"How I Went From Naughty To Nice" by Roo

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Roo! competes at Westminster

On Saturday, February 8th, the Westminster Kennel Club held their inaugural  Masters Agility Championship at Pier 94 in New York City.  This year, they not only included agility but they also allowed Mixed Breeds to compete.  Roo! and I were lucky enough to be chosen from more than 1000 entries.

The competition consisted of 2 rounds, a standard and jumper's course.  The best dogs were selected for the finals.

 Round 1 (Jumpers):  Roo! won a first place ribbon

Round 2 (Standard):  Roo! won a first place ribbon

Finals run and win!



Ready to take over New York!

Roo!, Crush, and Mr. Dash (Photo by Aryn Hervel)


Roo! in People Magazine

From the February 17th issue of People Magazine:

Dog Show Shake-Up: Revenge of the Mutts!

Move Over, Purebreds. For the First Time, Mixed Breeds Can Compete at the Westminster Kennel Club

Roo is a Husky mix with "behavioral issues" in her past, says Stacey Campbell, who found the dog in San Francisco. Icey, adopted from a Virginia kill shelter, might be part Dalmatian, maybe some terrier. "Who knows?" says owner Sara Beth Pinson. Even without pedigrees, Roo and Icey - along with 13 other All Americans, as mixed breeds are called at the 137-year-old Westminster Kennel Club - are now show dogs. On Feb. 8 they'll go up against 210 purebreds in agility trials: jumping and weaving through timed obstacle courses. While mutts can't win Best in Breed, they are a welcome addition. "We're thrilled," says WKC cohost David Frei. "It brings us a whole new sense of dogs and their bonds with their handlers."


Roo! in Lisa Spector's Care2 Blog


Roo! is featured in local news articles

Roo! is one of the sixteen Mixed Breeds heading to the annual Westminster Kennel Club's dog show in New York City this week.

This is one of the biggest dog events in the U.S. and this year they are introducing a new agility competition. Even bigger news - Mixed Breeds will be allowed to compete for the first time in the history of Westminster! Great news for Roo! Westminster, here we come!

Read CBS article

Read SFGate article