Monday, July 23, 2012
Both student athletes are gifted and present impeccable characteristics and we are proud to present them as representatives of our youth program— Lyle Roetemeyer – USCA PresidentCraig Groh, James Honda, Michele Scarberry – USCA Youth Scholarship Committee Andrea Hashimoto Andrea’s grades are impressive; her extracurricular activities include competitive gymnastics, tennis, swimming and dog training, . . .
Monday, June 18, 2012
The USA Team has done well in the conformation phase of the competition in Slovenia. The trial portion of the competition was completed on Saturday and Sunday. The combined USA team had a strong showing withe Erin O’Shea and Zambo taking first place. USCA’s Kevin Nance and Katharina Oster placed fifth and seventh respectively. Thom . . .
Sunday, June 10, 2012
1.) Sean O’Kane – 290
2.) Tommy Gillies – 286.5
3.) Clement Dang – 286.5
4.) Rhonda Southern – 285.5
5.) Sigrid Riess-Mundry – 284
Monday, June 4, 2012
Please join me in wishing the very best of luck to our USCA member teams that will be competing at the WUSV Qualification Trial on June 9th and 10th in Spring Green, Wisconsin. The trial will be held at: River Valley High School660 Varsity Blvd.Spring Green, WI 53588 GO USCA! Lyle Roetemeyer — USCA . . .
Thursday, May 24, 2012
We wrapped another outstanding USCA National event with the crowning of this year’s Sieger — Odin vom Mittlewest II (left) and Siegerin (right) — Putz von der Dunieschenke
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Vandal vom Mittelwest with Kevin Nance (left) have repeated as this years Universal Sieger Champions. They and the rest of the team will continue on to the competition with the GSDCA group and hopeully on to Slovenia for this year’s World Universal Sieger Championship. Click to visit website.
Monday, April 23, 2012
This past weekend in Columbus, Ohio, the Mid-Ohio Schutzhund club wrapped up a cool, rainy spring weekend hosting the 2012 Working Dog Championships. With a strong entry fielding over 70 dogs, we saw many of the top teams in the country if not the world. By all accounts, Mid-Ohio did an outstanding job of hosting . . .