At the Ringwood Flyball competition on Sunday 26th March, the Keilor Flyball team the 'T'Keilor Shots' won their division and also won an award for the team with the cleanest runs for the day. The Shots actually had clean runs in every race which means that no human or dog in the team made any mistakes resulting in the need for any reruns. This actually quite rare. Well done to Gerard (captain) and Ollie the Border Collie, Bryan and Rioja the Rough Collie, Sandra and Pinot
Rob Youdan, graduated today as our newest Trainer. Rob has been a most enthusiastic learner and has worked under the excellent guidance of Noelene, our Training manager, for maybe 18 months. Rob has a particular interest in 'difficult' dogs , with much assistance and practice provided by his best mate, Moto. Rob has received his 'reds' from Noelene and from today will be an operational and independant trainer under the umbrella of the club. Rob is a very valuable asset to
At a recent KODTC committee meeting it was decided to donate $500 to the War Dogs Memorial Committee (Dogs Victoria), to aid thier efforts to establsih a memorial 'to honour all dogs who have served Australia past and present'. We received a warm thank you from Jessamy who is Secretary of the War Dogs Memorial Committee. She felt that the donation was very generous and expressed her appreciation on behalf of her committee.
Wally Mossop is a newcomer to the KODTC committee this year. Wally has been coming along to the club for quite a few years and is in class 4. He is particularly interested in Obedience and Tracking. He is pictured here with his 2 dogs Jed, a 9 year old Golden Retriever and Evie a young black Labrador etriever.