SUMMARY: R.I.P. ScullyTibetan Terrier) went on to phenomenal success in a wide range of canine sports.
Scully was, as I understand it, the most-titled dog in the history of the Mixed Breed Dog Club:
- In USDAA, she earned both her regular and performance Championships (ADCH and APD), but went wayyyyy beyond that. She very nearly earned her Bronze championship (triple the ADCH), before moving do performance and doing it all over again, even getting all the way to a Gold Snooker championship. She was so utterly reliable in doing gambles--age made it hard for her to make time or get opening points (and she had such SHORT little legs!) but she always looked like she was flying through the gamble part at a distance, her long hair flowing and hiding those little legs.
- In CPE, she earned her championship (C-ATCH) three times over and had made a noble stab at earning the C-ATE (like earning 10 championships but with more rigid requirements) before her aging body slowed her down enough to gradually withdraw from collecting more Qs.
- In obedience, she earned her U-CD (UKC) and MB-CDX (MBDC).
- In conformation (yes, the mixed breed dog club has conformation classes, too), she earned her championship.
- She also earned Rally titles and participated in all kinds of activities.
- As a result of all her activities, she earned her Mixed Breed Versatility title five times over, which required achievement in seven different areas.
Goodbye, Scully; in so many ways, there's no other dog like you out there.
Gads, I hate it when dogs get old.