MACH Frankie Girl RAE MXS MJB OF CGCA TKN owned by Kit Young of Camano Island, WA
Frankie was abandoned as a young puppy. After a short stay in a foster home, she hitched a ride with Pilots N Paws, making her way to Camano Animal Shelter, (CASA), on Camano Island in WA state. That is where Kit and her husband John found her.
Shortly after adopting her, she was enrolled in a puppy obedience class, and earned her CGC before she was 5 months old. Since Frankie was too young to start agility, the pair tested the waters in Rally, where she earned her RN at 11 months old. They earned their RAE on April 1, 2018.
Frankie began her agility career in February of 2013. “While she isn’t the fastest dog, she is always happy to play with me,” said Kit. “Competing at one or two trials a month, it took a while to earn all our points. But, on April 22, 2018, at the Bell Vernon Kennel Club agility trail, held at Fun Fur Paws in Mt. Vernon, WA, we did it! We earned our first MACH. April was good month for us.”
“Frankie lives with our other three dogs. Rosie, my first agility dog, who retired last year at age 12. Marshall, a senior rescue with more than his share of physical issues. And Rikki, another All American who is off to a good start in her agility career and Frankie’s side-kick. Frankie is a super smart, sweet, happy, goofy girl, and I couldn’t ask for a better agility partner.”