CH OTCH Nicha Symphonie en mi Bémol amCD HITs VAADC CGC
1992-07-07 to 2005-06-02
(OFA: BT-2278G25-F, eyes and thyroid tested
many times and all the time normal)
my dearest Bemol. So
sensitive yet so "tuff" at the same time.
My beginnings in training were with the hard techniques that
which Bémol would not take. My
inner self had to evolve a lot with her (we call that self formation or
self improvement!!). With her I learned all the shrewdness of the Belgian:
the intelligence and know how, the memories they can have and the
manipulative side (although Nick could be very good at that, but I
hadn’t understood it at that time). I learned to train with softness and firmness, the ideal
technique with any good Belgian.
on the 7th of July 1992. Bémol
was the first Champion of my own breeding who stayed at the kennel.
Without my even knowing it, Bémol would have a grand future.
Her complete name is: Ch
OTCH Nicha Symphonie en mi Bémol amCD VAADC HITs CGC.
Her Canadian championship was completed at the age of nine months,
her Companion Dog at fifteen months, her Companion Dog Excellent at two
years and her Utility Dog at three years (thirty eight months).
It’s with her that I discovered agility and she obtained her
VADC in September 2000 and her VAADC in September 2005 at the age of 12
chose her as a puppy because of her calmer side; she is a Chad daughter
after all. She knew how to
give all her energy and potential at any given moment but yes she was
very calm when there isn’t anything to do.
She was a very good guard dog and I’ve taken the habit of
talking about HER van, not mine.
the reproductive side, she has personally been to Europe twice but all
her “boyfriends” were European.
She has proven to be a very good reproducer and I’m very proud
to have some of her offspring near me.
will stay in my heart for all my life, it was an honor to have you with
me for all your too short life.