Pictures of Krista's Dogs
Competes in NADAC and AKC
2013 NADAC 3 Top Ten National Ranking out of all golden retrievers in the USA
2012 NADAC Top Ten National Ranking out of all golden retrievers in the USA
Additional NADAC Awards
Lickity competes in NADAC and AKC. Lickity’s first AKC show was in Colorado Springs in July 2014, and she brought home her first blue ribbon in Novice Standard. Lickity earned her AKC Novice titles with 5 firsts and 1second place.
Steele competed in NADAC USDAA, and AKC Steele went to his first AKC show on August 18, 2007 in California — and in his first class, he brought home a blue ribbon from Novice Standard P. It’s a nice way to begin his show career. A favorite agility moment: In January, 2008 Steele’s first time showing in Open at a 3-day AKC show, he earned his open standard title.
Another favorite moment: Steele’s P1 jumpers run in 18.3 seconds. (Yes he took first.) Steele qualified for the NADAC Nationals in 2011.
Pip competed in NADAC and AKC Pip retired after an amazing career where she earned her MX, MXJ in only 14 months. Pip earned highest scoring dog in AKC Excellent. Krista’s best memory with Pip was when she earned her MXJ title with a 1st place Jumpers run in Las Vegas.
Boots’ steadiness is something Krista counts on. “In the same way he is here for me, my goal is to always be here for him.” Krista remembers the first time Boots entered NADAC Touch and Go, and he won first place. Boots started his AKC showing with a first in Novice Regular Preferred. He earned his Novice AKC agility titles in 3 straight classes.
Krista is always amazed how much he gives. Ranger’s joy in “doing it right” makes him fun to train and live with. Krista’s favorite memory with Ranger is when he won two blue ribbons in Novice Regular Preferred in Utah.
Her strongest agility moment: Which one do I choose? At her first three-day AKC agility show, Jet took home four blue ribbons and one second ribbon, and earned her Novice
Jumpers with Weaves title. Jet completed her open titles with five firsts and one second. On December 18, 2005 she earned her MXJ. At the November 11-12, 2006 AKC show she earned her first PAIR of “double-Q’s.” At an AKC show on Nov 25, 2006 she “double – Q’d” again. Then she qualified in JWW on Nov 26 – seven Excellent B qualifying runs in a row. In January 2008, she earned 3 double Q’s at a 3-day AKC show. The next weekend she double Q’d and qualified which created a total of 10 Excellent B qualifying runs in a row. Jet earned her MACH on April 26, 08 at a Los Angeles, California agility show, six weeks after her five-year-old birthday. First dog to qualify for the 2007 DOCNA nationals. Qualifed for the 2007, 2008, and 2009 USDAA nationals.
Jet earned her first NADAC NATCHS on May 15, 2010. Qualified for NADAC Nationals 2011.
Two different times Logan was Highest Scoring Dog out of all dogs in AKC Novice and Excellent. Her favorite moment – earning five blue ribbons in a row in AKC Excellent. One weekend he would compete in agility, the next weekend in obedience, and the next in conformation – whatever the venue… he was a star.
Zoe did it all – whether it was getting a Reserve Winner’s Bitch in conformation, earning her CD in obedience, or earning advanced titles in agility – she was always “Dobelicious.”