Scandal is a handsome young male who is just starting his show career. He has completed his breed Championship and has now starting the fun stuff... a performance sport career!
Scandal is Cheryl Carlson's new competition dog and she has very high hopes for him. Cheryl handled him in his first year of competition to the UAD National Championships in Dock Jumping where he earned the 2018 National MASTER Jumper Championship and the 2018 National MASTER ELITE Fetch-It Championship. Scandal is clearly a "chip off the old block" as Cheryl had handled his mother Arrow to the UAD National Championships in Dock Jumping where she was the 2016 National SENIOR Jumper Champion and the 2016 National MASTER ELITE Fetch-It Champion.
Scandal is named after his mother Arrow's littermate "Scandal" who tragically died at 20 months of age under suspicious circumstances, breaking our hearts and leading to this memorial namesake.
Both Arrow and Scandal are the rarest of dogs... talented, agile, driven; but completely devoted to working as a partner. Cheryl is hoping that Scandal will pass along these same attributes, just as his mother passed to him. When the time is right, we hope Scandal will be able to produce strikingly good looking offspring with intelligence and a desire to please with multifaceted capabilities.
Cheryl Carlson and “Scandal” earned their Advanced Container, Advanced Interior, Advanced Exterior and Advanced Vehicle titles at the K-9 Fanciers September 2018 Nosework trials to complete their overall Advanced Nosework title. Scandal (on the left) is pictured here with his uncle “Ekon” (on the right) who also completed his Advanced Nosework title that day with owner/handler Lori Webster.
Cheryl prepping "Scandal" for a nosework competition run.
And... off he goes!
Cheryl & Scandal celebrating their High-in-Trial with Judge Deb Kramer at the Oct 2018 CCDSA nosework trial.