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 residential
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March Challenge: Turn-In

Post your five account names, and the breeds that your team finished at least one champion in. Turn ins accepted until midnight on May 3rd.
 Emily.Rose
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I worked with Diasonia (she has 4 kennels).

Here are the breeds I finished:
Afghan Hound
American Staffordshire Terrier
Cane Corso
Great Dane
Schipperke
 Grey Willow Kennels
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Turkey Tracks -Tibetan mastiff and Red and White Irish setter

Grey Willows - Kooikerhondje, Finnish Spitz, and Pyrenean Shepherd

Dodge City Kennels - Shiba Inu

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 Silk N Denim Terriers
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Here is what I finished last month.

Silk n Denim-Silky Terrier, Afghan Hound
BanCree Kennels-Irish Red and White, Lakeland Terrier
Cherokee Hills-Am. Foxhound
Hitari Kennels-Maltese
Ponds-Briard, Irish Wolfhound

That gives me a total of 8 different breeds.
 Diasonia
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Worked with Emily.Rose & adding my 4 kennels to the breeds.

1) Diasonia Heartland - Spanish Water Dog, Weimaraner, Black Russian Terrier, West Highland White Terrier

2) Diasonia - Border Collie

3) Diasonia Thunder - Lowchen

4) Novolina - Norwegian Elkhound, German Spitz


In total with Emily.Rose we have: 13 breeds

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The sit for exam is a modified version of the Stand for Exam. It is generally used in novice level classes and requires the handler to order the dog to sit and then to move away from the dog the length of the leash. The judge will then approach the dog and pet the dog's head.