Agneau's #1 human and Agility Handler is Susan Shaberman, Santa Barbara Flyers Board Member At Large.
I recently asked Santa Barbara Flyers Board Member At Large, and human acquaintance of Agneau of the Canyon, Susan Shaberman, for a short bio on Agneau. This is what Susan said:
"Agneau was born in Santa Barbara and seems to believe that life is all about the game. She lives on the edge of a canyon. She loves the chase game, and there are plenty of lizards and rabbits for her to chase, but don't expect her to catch anything. That's not her kind of game! Agility is a great game for Agneau, but she often makes up her own rules and jokes around. Not so good for winning ribbons, but always lots of fun! Agneau started agility classes when she was 8 months old. She took a break to have puppies when she was 2, and was a great mom. Typical for a Bischon, she sees herself more as a person than as a dog, and is a great companion for the main human in her life. Agneau's idea of a nice afternoon at the neighborhood dog park is not typical for most dogs. You might take your dog to the park for exercise, and to play with the other dogs. No matter how much her human runs around with the other dogs, Agneau happily sits on the bench and socializes with the people. She soon became a favorite with the human pack, got lots of pets, and was able to keep her paws clean."
BTW, I've seen Agneau's paws quite muddy. I'm just saying...
P.S.: I just now found out that today is Agneau's 9th birthday. Happy Birthday, sweet Agneau!