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Mark Laker

Mark has always been involved with dogs through training, working at kennels, and owning dogs. Mark is:

  • Founder member of Agility1st - an organisation set up to train agility instructors.
  • Fully trained in obedience, showing and am just started Canicross
  • Currently the Team Manager of Agility Team GB.

Mark says his biggest success in Agility is, “Winning the Crufts Championship in 2010 and then finishing 4th in the European Open in 2009 with my Border Collie Kodi (Bekkis Carbon Copy Ag Ch).”

Along the way….

Mark currently has five Border Collies and a Pug x Jack Russell and rates his other memorable successes as:

  • All his dogs have won to the top level (Grade 7 or Advanced)
  • Devo finished 2nd at Olympia in 2013
  • Member of winning Crufts team in 2004
  • Qualifying for Crufts either in Singles, Championship or Team most years

“After trying a number of different products I decided to try CSJ food and have never looked back. My dogs are fit and healthy and they have plenty of energy and stamina for top level agility.

They benefit from a balanced diet where I know they get all the ingredients needed for a performance dog. I also like the fact that CSJ continue to develop their products and strive to provide the highest quality feed and supplements for our canine partners.”

Mark can be contacted at email: marklaker@gmail.com

 


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