CEDAR BURST OF ZENERGY. JWW NF.."ZEN"

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Zen, a Tru X Ryker puppy, was born June 7, 2007. As a puppy, he was CERF and BAER tested normal. Both of his parents are DNA CEA/CH normal.  He is an amazing dog, with the sweetest temperament.  He is a social butterfly with all people that he meets, and he is very friendly with other dogs.

In the house , Zen has a wonderful off switch, and when its time to play, he is all in! He loves water, has a great tug, and loves his toys.

Zen has found his forever home with a wonderful couple Jack and Dianna, and his new brother, Rusty, in NC.

*Jan 20/13- The only dog to qualify in his class, Zen won first place in his first Open Standard run. Well done Jack and Zen!

* Aug 20/11-After 3 days of agility in Greensboro, NC, Zen came home with his Novice FAST title and two legs of his Open FAST. Great job boys!.

*July 9/11- ZEN went to a USDAA trial in Greensboro NC . He took a 1st place in Jumpers, along with a 2nd in Starters Gamblers and a 3rd in Starters Snooker.  WOW! *May 28/11-  Zen and Jack were very impressive with a 1st and JWW title! He is really starting to cover ground, and Jack is having a great time! I already knew that Zen was :) 

*Jan 23 /11- Zen and Jack competed in Asheville , NC. Zen won 1st place in JWW  by .01 of a sec!

*Nov 21/10-In Charlotte , Zen earned a first ribbon in Novice JWW in 21.28 and 100 pts. He also earned 3rd place in Standard. Jack reports that his start line and weaves are awesome! Good boy, Zen!

*Sept 26/10- Jack and Zen have started trialing! Zen earned his first 'Q' with a 17 sec.,64 point Nov FAST, and came away with a 4th place! Later in the day, he earned his second "Q" in Nov. Standard.We are SO proud of the love, the time and the training that Jack and Dianna have given their new boy! Congratulations!

 * March 17/10- Zen's new dad, Jack, reports that Zen is doing terrific. He has taken him back to basics in agility, and Zen doesn't mind. He is jumping 20", doing 3 jumps in a 360 degree with a rear cross, and 2 jumps in a 180 with no prompting, He is doing great with his contacts. We already knew that Zen was fearless with heights (to a fault), so his low teeter is coming along great. And he is learning 2x2 weaves. Oh..and on a big hike in the forest, Zen tried his best to catch some fresh venison. Never a dull moment!

Zen and Rusty