The team at Puppy School will proudly be sponsoring the British team as they compete in the Open European Heelwork to Music and Freestyle Championships which are taking place in Belgium from the 25th to the 27th August 2017.
Team member Kim Lyddon is a member of the squad, along with Border Collie Tyler (Canen You Said What) who attended Puppy School classes in Warrington, Cheshire, with tutor Jo Wriglesworth eight years ago.
Kim competes at the top level in the UK with both her dogs Heelwork to Music Freestyle. She came runner up at Crufts in in both 2015 and 2016 with her Red Tri Border Collie, Tyler.
Tyler and Kim have been competing in the sport for about six years whilst Archie, her 5-year old Pyrenean Sheepdog, is also a Puppy School Graduate who competes in advance freestyle. You can often see them performing at events such as Crufts and Discover Dogs as part of Richard Curtis’ demo team as well as the National Caravan Show as part of the K9 Performance display team.
We wish the team all the very best when they compete later this year and we are delighted that Puppy School was able to provide Tyler and Archie with a fantastic start to their exciting careers.