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NAFA: FD, FDX, FDCh, FDCh-S, FDCh-G, MBD, FM, FMX

U-FLI: TF, TF-I, TF-II, TF-III

Miniature Pinscher

Handler: Nancy Murphy

 

Currently #12 Miniature Pinscher in NAFA
Currently #1 Miniature Pinscher in NAFA Region 11
Currently #2 Miniature Pinscher in NAFA-MB Region 11
Currently #387 in NAFA-MB Region 11
Currently #166 in NAFA Region 11
Currently #6 Miniature Pinscher in U-FLI (Singles)
Currently #2 Miniature Pinscher in U-FLI (Points)

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Out of the blue I got a phone call from somebody I used to know in our dog club: would I be interested in rescuing a min pin who loves retrieving tennis balls and is living in deplorable conditions? Well, if you're reading this, you know I followed up on Coke Handgen's phone call and after some tense negotiations, I ended up with C.C.

 

This poor, little pet-shop miniature pinscher was being kept outside full time in an 18 foot pen with two big dogs. Coke was living next door and would go over and hit tennis balls for all 3 dogs most evenings. She found that the min pin would retrieve the ball endlessly and thought of me and flyball. The rest is history - we introduced him to small tennis balls and arranged for me to adopt him..

 

Despite being the littlest member of my household, C.C. holds his own with my other dogs. After a few tough weeks of everybody adapting, he plays well with Sydney and Noche. He's turned out to be quite a cuddler and when he isn't running laps around the living room, he snuggles on my lap with Sydney! I wasn't looking for a min pin, but I'm glad Coke called me and we were able to get this little guy a forever home! (BTW his original name was Hennesey - but I renamed him in honor of Coke, his benefactor - with a more appropriate name for flyball.)

 

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