Splash Dogs News Nips!

Splash Dogs News Nips:
Viva Las Vegas 2010 National Championship Announced!

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Splash Dogs is pleased to announce the location of it’s 2010 Splash Dogs National Championships –  Las Vegas, NV.  That’s right Splash Doggers Viva Las Vegas!

Mark your calendars! The 2010 Splash Dogs National Championship will be hosted by the Bass Pro Shops of Las Vegas, NV November 4-7, 2010. This annual event, which was once known as the Splash Dogs Cynosport World Dock Jumping Championships, will be a four day action packed event which will include several last chance qualifying competitions, a Championship for all Splash Dogs Super Air Divisions (Splash, Junior, Senior, Pro and Extreme) and Classes of competition (Super Vertical, Lap Dog and Junior Handler) as well as our Annual Awards Dinner on Saturday evening. More details still to come.

2010 National Championships Qualifying – As in previous years, your dog must qualify to attend the Splash Dogs National Championship. There will be several last minute qualifiers running from Thursday through mid day Saturday. The requirements for qualifying are below. Please note that Ultimate Air Dogs and SRS jumps will also count towards qualifying for the Splash Dogs National Championship.

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New Super Vertical Record Set 7’10”!

On Saturday, August 7th, the crowds at the Sonoma County Fair gathered for the final Super Vertical competition of the Fly in Memory of Primo Dock Jumping Event. Little did they know that this was going to be a night to go down in the record books. With competitors such as Qiana and Amy Peterson, Aries and Ally Kinley and of course Cricket and Ray Crane, it was sure to be an event to remember. Pyro, an 11 1/2 month old Dutch Shepard and his handler Ashley Reitfors took to the dock for the first time of the night at 6 feet, from there the sky was the limit. As they reached the 7 foot height, Pyro and Ashley left everyone behind and continued to climb on their own.

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