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Anita Hermes

How the involvement in trialling started

Anita started working with Border Collies in 1989

As a shepherd she needed the dogs for work and started trialling in 1991

Current aims

Anita now has 8 dogs and will be in the German team for the World Trials in Scotland

The most memorable success to date?

Anita and her dogs were 2nd in the brace and 4th in the Continental Sheepdog Championship Belgium 2003

Other activities

Anita helps people training their dogs, does many clinics and makes demonstrations at country shows

What Anita has to say about CSJ products……

“My dogs look good and have an excellent condition!!!!!”

To see more or contact Anita go to http://bordercollies-simply-the-best.de

 

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New 'A Way with Dogs' website

'A Way with Dogs' has its own website now. To find out all about the newA Way with Dogs' Series 2 sheepdog trial, visit: www.awaywithdogs.co.uk

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Customers' Views

I won't do that again!!

Hi Ceri,

I thought I would email to let you know I've just put another order through. A friend bought our last bag so we haven't ordered for ourselves for a while.
The reason I am emailing is that we chose to try a bag of biscuits which were not CSJ and were from a local store. I am amazed at the difference in my dog's coat, health and smell (both fur and breath)!

When she was on the CSJ biscuits (probably for the last couple of years), people used to comment on how shiny her fur was. Her stools were always easy to pick up and her teeth were white. She's had ONE BAG (15kg) of different biscuits and her fur is dull and shedding. Her teeth are starting to go brown and she smells like an old dog. I am amazed as she's only 4 years old. I'm just hoping that some of the effects of the last lot of biscuits will be reversible with the CSJ!!

Have other people told you of such a big difference with biscuits? It really does appear that the poor biscuits have aged her! She's even sleeping more and for a border collie you'll know that's unusual in a young dog!  It's very strange in such a short period of time. What on earth do these companies use to make them??!

Regards,
Debbie B.

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