On the website Lottie was described as an 'Intelligent girl from
Pawnote from Lotts : They only put 20 fences up - I can do at least 35 before you catch me!! AND I never touched any of the poles - it was the 'jetwash' ....... honest!!
Eventually (it seemed like an eternity and tested my perseverance to the limit) we started to get it together from May 2007 and the rest, as they say, is history. Lottie has qualified for 6 Finals in the last 2 years, getting a 3rd place in one, and got to Crufts in 2007 with her Junior handler in the Team event. Progressing from G4 in Jan 2007 to G6 in Sept 2008 was done the 'hard' way - not getting a KC Agility win (finally) till
She was mamed Wiccaweys Lottery because you never know quite what you are buying with a recue dog – I think this one was definitely a winning ticket.
Lotts has certainly changed my life, I like to think I've changed hers, hopefully for the better.
For me she epitomises the 2nd (or in her case the 3rd) chance that rescued dogs get to 'come good' and reinforces my belief that rescue dogs really appreciate their 'Rescue Homes' and the chance to fulfill their true potential.
It's hard work, it's frustrating, it's tiring, it's enormously time consuming - but it can be very, very rewarding.