Parson Russel Terrier from Grantham tends to make heritage at dog displays

A tiny terrier has designed historical past by winning two obedience certificates at pet displays just a 7 days apart.

The Parson Russell Terrier, identified as Glencymreig Degu, but also regarded as Stanley, and his operator Louise Healey, of Grantham, attended the Winchester Town Canine Training Club championships in which he won the obedience present judged by Peter Lubbi.

Stanley is now the to start with of his breed to acquire these an award in the Uk, as well as the to start with smaller breed to get an obedience certification for 32 decades, as it is thought that the last compact breed to get a obedience certificate was a Shetland Sheepdog bitch in 1989.

Stanley winning at Winchester City DTC with owner Louise Healey and judge Peter Lubbi (49566174)
Stanley profitable at Winchester Metropolis DTC with operator Louise Healey and choose Peter Lubbi (49566174)

Having said that, this historic victory was evidently not plenty of for Stanley as the pursuing 7 days he gained

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