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Anne Marigny

How did you first become involved in the agility Anne?

“I went along with a few friends to try agility in 2004 and I am the only one left.”

How many dogs do you currently own?

“We have a 6 year old Labrador who is semi retired and Kafka who is just 2 and he is a gorgeous Australian Kelpie.

Do you have a kennel name?

Cories, as Kafka was bred by Ann Jordan.”

What is your biggest or most memorable success?

Winning out is very special but winning out of grade 2 was a long term dream and it was a magic moment for us.

Winning the Top Dog tv programme shown on animal planet was a bit of fun pre – competition, but still a very memorable moment. There have been many in his short life, as he never ceases to amaze me.

Another special moment was at Crufts 2008, when aged just 23 months, he qualified for the large ABC in the YKC and came 3rd, ! This was his first and only run that year and he did not let us down…”

What other successes have you had?

“We won the Top Dog tv programme, which was fun and a good pre-competition warm up. But generally everything he tackles he seems to be good at!

Most of all, I am proud of him for being so versatile and being a great agility dog as well as a brilliant pet, who is very friendly and well behaved and a joy to have around. That is our biggest success as my biggest worry was to have a great agility dog who was too wild to tame!”

Anne can be contacted on: 0772 5196061

“I try to give him the best as he is the best.” Anne Marigny

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