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Area dogs earn titles at Peaceable Paws event

January 25, 2011

FAIRPLAY — Four dog owners and their eight dogs put their best paws forward in 11 titling efforts at Peaceable Paws Dog and Puppy Training in Fairplay on Jan. 22.

Eight titles were awarded — six Good Manners Dog titles and two Scent Dog titles, as follows:

Barb Flook of Woodbine, Md., with her 6-year-old border collie, Norm, earned their Peaceable Paws Good Manners Dog-I (PPGMD-I) and Scent Dog-I (PPSD-I) titles.

Bob Waugh of Hagerstown, and his 3-year-old Catahoula mix, Gracie (adopted from the Humane Society of Washington County), earned their PPSD-I title.

Maura Rogich of Hedgesville, W.Va., earned PPGMD-I titles with four dogs: senior terrier mix, Buster; 6-year-old sheltie, Kismet; 8-year-old Labrador, Piper; and 11-year-old border collie, Kid.

Peaceable Paws offers a Canine Games/My Dog Can Do That night on the second Friday of every month from 7 to 9 p.m. (next date, Friday, Feb. 11), and a titling event every fourth Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m. (next date, Feb. 26).

All dog- and human- friendly dogs are welcome to participate. No choke chains, prong or shock collars, or coercive handling permitted. Cost is $5 per dog title attempt, $10 per dog for games night.

For more information, call Peaceable Paws at  301-582-9420.

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