"Dandy"
SheBaa's Pride and Joy, Lifetime Achievement Award-Gold,
ADCH-Gold, TM-Platinum, JCH-Platinum, PDCH,
MACH, MXB, MJB, XF, FMX, MBM
"Dandy" is named after his gr-gr-grandfather, Dandy Lion, a blue merle Border Collie
who was a very special sheepdog.
D.O.B. 11/09/06 - DAM: SheBaa's Meg - SIRE: Merlynn Eclipse
PEDIGREE
BREEDER: Terri Florentino - SheBaa Border Collies
OFA Hips: Excellent (BCO-7551E24M-VPI)
DNA: CEA Normal (by parentage), CL Normal, TNS Carrier, I-GS Normal/Clear
OFA Eye Certification: BCO-EYE144/110M-VPI (Normal - 2016)
Blue Merle Rough Coat, Carries Tri - Ht: 20.5" Wt: ~40# - Neutered
(Semen Frozen for my next pup)
Dandy (1 yr old) begins Flyball training
Photo by Theresa Deutsch
Dandy & Sheep Video
11/10/07
Act I
Act II
5/24/08 Dandy made his debut in USDAA.
On 6/ 20/08, he earned his Agility Dog title.
On 9/ 7/08, he earned his
Advanced Agility Dog title.
On April 5, 2009, he earned his
Master Agility Dog title.
And on June 18, 2010, at age 3 1/2, he
earned his AGILITY DOG CHAMPION title!
Personal Best Time in Flyball: 3.92
Dandy is a very talented dog who excels in Agility as
well as Flyball. He is extremely athletic, responsive &
biddable. He is ambitious & driven, but has a good
sense of self-preservation. With a soft nature that is
balanced with resilience, focus and a desire to
please, he is an absolute joy to train.
Like his father Token, Dandy is an outstanding, stable
companion who loves people, is good with children,
loves to work & play, and has no phobias over noise
or environment.

In May 2012, Dandy was a "Loaner Dog" for Team
Australia, competing at the 2012 IFCS World Agility
Championship in Fort Worth, TX. Dandy & his handler
Natalie Kirkwood had a very successful competition,
finishing in 4th place in the Individual All-Around.
Natalie developed a wonderful relationship with
Dandy in a matter of days that resulted in great
teamwork. Read the full story
HERE on my blog.

In April 2013, Natalie came to the USA again and ran
Dandy at the IFCS Continental Championship of the
Americas in Fort Worth, Texas, where they won a
Bronze Medal in Biathlon.
In April/May 2014, Dandy & I flew to Europe where
Natalie ran Dandy in both the IFCS World Agility
Championship in The Netherlands AND the World
Agility Open in Lignano, Italy. They were in the top
25% in all events, a fantastic result overall. Dandy was
a great travel companion spending 3 1/2 weeks in
Europe, including planes, trains and a Gondola! He
handled it all like a pro! The adventure of a lifetime!
Photo by Kelly Bove 2015
MACH 9/10/16
Dandy with Natalie Kirkwood
representing Team Australia in 2013