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Mike and Jett passed their BH this weekend at MVSV under USA Judge Bill Szentmiklosi
WTG guys!!


Thanks so much to Jen Acevedo who always takes such great shots! I think Mike that some of these you could frame




 

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I was there!!! I was in the grupa and saw Jett and Mike do such a nice job. We had to tease him for wearing sandals and forgetting the ketchup for the lunch.
 

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Originally Posted By: Sarah'sSitaI was there!!! I was in the grupa and saw Jett and Mike do such a nice job. We had to tease him for wearing sandals and forgetting the ketchup for the lunch.
Surprised he passed then
 

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Big congrats Mike and Jett!
 

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to all!!!
 

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I heard you guys did a great job. Congrats to both of you.
 

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Congratulations Jett.
 

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WOOOO-HOOOOOO Mike and Jett!!!!!! nice job!!!!! I love the pics too. Both of you look so relaxed nothing like me and Cody when we did our BH... I was soooo nervous...
I especially love the pic of Jett laying down, he looks like my little trouble-maker
 

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Thanks for the nice replies I did get some flack for wearing sandals I never thought they would not be inappropriate attire. Jenn did take some nice pics amazing how a chosen still photo's can make things look so good. I have been out of town working the last couple of weeks and not able to put the proper finishing touches on Jett so the photos make for a nice
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Congratulations Mike & Jett....that's awesome.
 

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Big congrats Mike, mostly on getting that sucker out of the way. That's a lot of freaking heeling. And if you can't do a BH in sandals then there is a problem, so be strong!

I know things looked much, much better to everyone watching than they felt to you. That's the trouble with being a perfectionist and expecting a lot of your dog and yourself though. It's even more difficult I think when you understand that the dog is so capable and that any shortcoming is your fault.

So, when's the I?

Video, anyone, anyone???
 
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