Klockwork & Countryside

Achievements

Below is a list of past achievements that have left a big mark in my life. These dogs made a large impact with me and the achievements we won together. I may have won many a time, but we can not forget the losses it takes to become a winner. With every loss I had there was a lesson to be learned, and things to remember for the next time. Without losses I can not better myself and what I do. I take great pride in my work and how far I have come. I have everyone to thank from God who has brought me through many hard times and who brought me to many high times, my mom who got me started in the sport, and to all the judges who have recognized my talent and passion for the sport, and not to forget my gracious and amazing clients who are better known as friends to me. They have helped my in many ways that they will never know, and have allowed me to enjoy the wonderful company of their beloved pets. I say all that to say this, Thank you everyone who has helped me be able to create this page!
This is Rottsanns Boot Scootin "Manassa" a Rottweiler. He was owned by me and my mom and he was both our first show dog. She started showing him in Breed competition in 1999 and I began in fun matches in 2000. Manassa and I won a lot together in my wee years of dog showing. We actually won Best Junior in match over children much older me when I was 8. He was the best dog anyone could ask for we went on to win so much together that we qualified to attend the 2006 AKC National Championship in Juniors. Me and Manassa had so many great times in the show ring, his memory lives on forever.


This is Mr. Sonny D, a Dalmatian. Sonny was like my own dog and one time he lived with me for over a year! This boy and i traveled to the 2006 AKC Eukanuba for Juniors. Sonny and I shared a fantastic bond with one another. Sonny helped me obtain many Junior Showmanship first places over the few years I showed him. He was the first Dalmatian I had ever shown and he made me fall even more in love with the breed than I had been before! His memory will live on forever.

Everyone meet Rottsanns Mr. Mister a Labrador Retriever who came into my families lives in 2005 and has been a complete joy to own ever since. Me and Mr. began juniors a little before 2008 and we hit it off immediately. People around the rings could not help but compliment us on how much of a team we looked like in the show ring. Thanks to this fantastic show dog I have many Best Junior Handler ribbons to look back on. Mr. and I were a great team and had a wonderful bond together. He is now enjoying the life of couch potatoe.

Where to begin? This is CH. Kingsbury Avalanche "Dale", and he is a Harrier. I obtained Dale in 2008 and had planned on showing him in Juniors. That did not work out so I began showing him in Best of Breed and it took a while for people to recognize us together, and even know what he was so our path to winning was fogged a little by losing. That was alright because soon after Dale and I began winning Group placements at very large shows. In 2010 he was ranked as Number 4 Harrier in the country! he then was invited to the 2011 Westminster Kennel Club dog show because he was ranked in the top 5. There we won an Award of Merit which was great because most people travel around the world for this show and leave empty handed. Dale was a great companion and wonderful show dog. He took me above and beyond in the show world and many people now know me, only because of him.

This is Ch. Amy a Chihuahua. Amy and I were unbeatable! she was by far the sassiest, sauciest, and picture perfect Chihuahua I have ever had the pleasure of showing. She loved the show ring, and loved winning even more. even the one time I took her into juniors she won! The second picture up top is her at the Charlotte NC Chihuahua Specialty when she was just 18 months old. She took ALL! Best in Sweepstakes, Winners Bitch, Best of winners, Best of Breed Smooth Coat, Best of opposite Sex to the Long Coat, and even Best Junior Handler in show! That is a long list for one dog in one day! There she completed her AKC Championship. It was an amazing run and great show career for that little girl. 

This is Ch. Rosepark's Made Ya Look "Tanner" and he is a liver spotted Dalmatian. This boy here is my pride and joy and loves the show ring! At only his third show he won a Three point major toward his championship. After that he went on to obtain two more three points majors two days in a row and to complete his AKC Championship he won a five point major at a very big show. He completed his championship with four majors and only one single point. The day after he finished he took a Select dog for a five point major toward his Grand Championship. This boy has so much talent and energy he can do anything. Tanner is also a UKC Champion on his way to his Grand. At his first UKC in Febuary 2015 he won Best in Show as well as earning his title in the one show.


 This is Lamborghini a Cane Corso. She is 3years old but such a love bug! She lives in Hope Mills, NC .Her very first show(Charlotte NC) she took breed over specials both days and went Group 3rd and 4th!  FLASH- LAMBORGHINI ATTENDED THE AKC EUKANUBA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP AND ON HER FIRST DAY SHE TOOK A FOUR POINT MAJOR, SECOND DAY SHE WON ANOTHER FOUR POINT MAJOR TO FINISH HER CHAMPIONSHIP, ON THE THIRD DAY SHE TOOK SELECT BITCH FOR A FIVE POINT MAJOR TOWARD HER GRAND OVER TOP SPECIALS IN THE COUNTRY AND ON THE FINAL DAY SHE BLEW US AWAY WHEN SHE OBTAINED AN AWARD OF EXCELLENCE OUT OF OVER TWENTY TOP CHAMPIONS!!!!! HERE AT KLOCKWORK WE ARE SO PROUD TO HAVE THE HONOR TO BE ON THE OTHER END OF THE SHOW LEAD!
Lamborghini is now GCH Casa Reales Lamborghini. She has recieved all her points to become an AKC Grand Champion! From the time i took the show lead to her receiving her Grand Championship, was a time I will never forget. Lamborghini is one of those dogs that is one in a million in every way, show dog, family dog, mother and so on. She has made so many people happy, and truly is an amazing representative of the breed. I am so thrilled to be able to say I finished this dog in only five shows, and with two group placements and and top twenty ranking. I love her very much and her legacy will be one that will not soon be forgotten!

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