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Adelaine Bastiaansen-Wieggerinck

Adelaine and her husband Kees compete in 30 agility competitions per season and say they ‘can't live without agility'.

The dogs………

Adelaine and Kees (who also has his own profile on the CSJ website) own 4 dogs. 3 Border Collies and 1 mixed Labrador.

Their mixed Labrador ‘Quinty' is now 9 years old and not competing any more.

Adelaine also has ‘Maeglin Eyla', a blue merle Border Collie in grade 3. She is 5 years old.

She also competes as handler with ‘Maeglin Hippy' (a Border Collie) on behalf of the owner. Hippy is 2 years old at the moment and competing in grade 2.

Adelaine's beginnings in Agility……….

Adelaine began with her mixed LabradorQuinty, just for the fun. She was training in a club in Baarle-Hertog, Belgium, competing in approximately 6 competitions per season.

After Quinty, her husband Kees took on a Border Collie ‘Demi' and after Demi Adelaine had another Border Collie ‘Eyla'. Adelaine says, "Before we knew we were involved in the agility world and now we cannot live anymore without agility.”

The training…….

Adelaine and Kees have their own agility place and train almost every day. They are training now in the club HS Canis in Wechelderzande in Belgium.

The biggest success so far?


This year in July and first of August ‘Eyla' competed in the Country Final on the Border Collie Classic ………..she was one of the 4 best dogs in Belgium.

Training other peoples' dogs

Adelaine also gives lessons in different things - just one dog at the time, no groups. She says, "Most of the dogs with handlers that come to me have a problem with one or more things.”

Selling food…………

Do you sell any food? "Yes, CSJ”

What do you think of CSJ products?

"CSJ dog food is great, all my dogs are really good on the food. They have a very high speed and never been sick. Great skin and coat!!”

Adelaine can currently be contacted at NB Kees and Adelaine are moving shortly to Belgium, to: Molenstraat 70, 2387 Baarle-Hertog Belgium 0031- 610685120

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