Daisylane Cavaliers

MACh2 Mydesire Daisylane Touched By Angels OF MXS MJG C-RA
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OFFA health records

Be careful when you evaluate a litter.  I evaluated a litter and commented that Layla was the pick for conformation
because of her perfect structure.  The next thing I know, she was given to me, so now I have a blond child
Check out Layla's agility runs on the Agility Video page.

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Layla had three wins in the breed ring before she
even started to exhibit in Agility

In agility training, Layla became a new challange,
she was much more reserve in attitude then what I
was used to.  One verbal no-no in agility training
and she would shut down.  I was used to a cavalier
that said "Ok, no problem we can try that again".  
My handling and training was changed just for Layla
and she is now a very confident cavalier who just
loves to stretch out on the agility course.  

Layla earned her Master Agility Championship title
September 2013.
At a young age, Layla earned her first points in the
breed ring.
Another two wins for the blond child.
One of the things I would like to share is the pictures
of an in-stride jump sequence that I had
photographer Barry Rosen did of Layla.  Notice the
stride to collection to a perfect horizontal body
position over the jump and directly into full stride to
be ready for the next obstacle.
A dog needs to learn how to jump correctly, just like
trainers teach horses.