shelties & their owners have done a
wonderful job in different performance events
& venues. Their pictures &
accomplishments are posted here to let you
know that they can still do the work that
shelties have always been bred to do. A
herding sheltie is a working sheltie and they
must first be responsive to their owner (bidability
& trainability) in order to complete
their tasks given to them to earn these titles
'Lil Deuce Coupe, RN, RA, CGC, TD
isn't named after a BMW, he is named after
Virginia Tech's football coach, Todd Beamer.
Flash* Beamer went BOB & won the Herding
Group at the Charleston Kennel Club's Fun Day
Event May 1, 2010
'Joy"....Creekside's Simply Irresistible
Way to go Elaine & Joy!
Nightingale, RN,RA,BN, CGC 'Gayle'
competed in the Simpsonville Trials (Oct
Saturday: In the Beginner Novice
class--Score of 196 and 3 rd Place to
finish her Beginner Novice title.
In the Rally Advanced class--Score of 86
and 5 th Place to finish her Rally
Sunday: She earned an extra
leg in the Beginner Novice class with a score
of 198 & a 1 st Place finish!
In the Rally Advanced class she earned an
extra leg with a score of 90 & a 5 th
Place finish. Congratulations, Gayle!
Creekside's Lady Chevelle, CGC, RN
Chevy finished her RN in Greenville 7/31/11. Way
to go Chevy!
begun taking Beginner Agility class and we
look forward to what she will do!