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Working, Performance and Temperament Titled Cane Corsos
Posted by Ron Ackerman on 1/24/2012, 9:53 pm
I presently own three Cane Corsos. For the last two years I have been both showing and working my youngest, Multi-CH El Mesquital Vulcan. Sadly, I have seen very few Corsos entered in Performance and Temperament events in which we have participated. I have begun to wonder how many Corso owners have worked and titled their dogs in these type events and what successes they have had. Vulcan just turned three years old and I really wonder how many titles any other Corsos have earned?
Vulcan has earned the following Titles and Certifications (thru 1/22/2012 – 24, with more to come):
UKC: UWP, URO1, UAGI, UNJ, CA, URO2, UAGII
AKC: CGC, RN, RA, RE, NA, CA
Iron Dog: GDT, IDT3
Federation of Working Dogs: DD (Excellent), WDE (Excellent)
Ultimate Air Dogs: Novice
SACCI: CAL1, CAL2, WD1
Therapy Dogs International: TD
American Temperament Test Society: TT
End Gate Ranch: HIT (Herding Instinct Test)
If anyone can provide me with any information about multi-titled Cane Corsos I would greatly appreciate it. We need to set our goal for the year, thinking about 40.
Please friend my little 4x4, El Mesquital Vulcan, on Facebook to keep up with his progress.
- Working, Performance and Temperament Titled Cane Corsos - Ron Ackerman 1/24/2012, 9:53 pm
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