Kama Rueschenberg’s dog, “Crash” is a Tournament Master Gold in USDAA, Jumpers Champion in USDAA, Gamblers Champion Bronze in USDAA, and Relay Champion in USDAA, holds multiple High in Trial and High in Trial Reserves from various herding shows on both sheep and ducks, has both his MX and MXJ in AKC agility, and participated at the USDAA Cynosport World Games all three years of his agility career, including Grand Prix Semifinals in 2008, Grand Prix Semifinals in 2009, and Steeplechase Semifinals in 2009. Crash also qualified for the 2010 Cynosport World Games in Kentucky (although he was unable to attend due to Valley Fever).
Crash is occasionally handled by the junior handlers at Club-Doggie as a part of the USDAA Junior Handler program. Unfortunately, Crash is now partially retired due to Valley Fever. We hope to finish out his ADCH in the near future.
Jubie Rueschenberg’s dog, “Squeeky” was ranked the 2009 and 2010 Performance Top 10 for USDAA Nationally, in 2009 she won the DOCNA North American Challenge Nationals. She has earned her USDAA Masters Champion Title, and is currently ranked 3rd in the USDAA Performance Tournament Top 10 standings. She has her Performance Tournament Master Platinum in USDAA, and she has earned her MACH (Master Agility Champion) title in AKC.
Squeeky has also been a four-time National Finalist, A two-time Regional Champion, and placed 2nd in the 2012 Challenger round at the AKC Nationals. Squeeky is now 8-years-old and is not slowing down yet. She is currently qualified for the 2012 USDAA Nationals to be held in Colorado in October.
Jubie Rueschenberg’s dog, “Gumby” is 2½ years old and is truly an agility star! To date, Gumby has only done a few trials, yet she is already competing at the advanced level.
In May of 2012, Gumby competed in her first Championship Tournament Class and won the Steeplechase Finals round!
We are very excited to see what the future holds for Gumby.
Kama Rueschenberg’s dog, “Nitro” started competing in 2010 at the age of three years old. After only two short years in competition, Nitro was forced to retire from a genetic spinal disorder known as IVDD. During his short agility career, Nitro progressed to Excellent B Jumpers in AKC, and was one qualifying run away from earning his Excellent A Standard title in AKC. In USDAA, Nitro made it to the Masters level in Pairs, Jumpers, Snooker, Gamblers, and Standard. Nitro is also qualified to attend the 2011 and 2012 Cynosport World Games. Now, in his retirement, Nitro spends time herding, swimming, and learning tricks. He is also listed with the Arizona dog talent agency, Arizona Animal Actors.
Kama Rueschenberg’s dog, “Penelope” is multi-talented, very smart, and full of personality. Penelope does not compete in agility as she was diagnosed with severe hip dysplasia at nine months old. Instead, she is listed with the Arizona dog talent agency, Arizona Animal Actors.
Penelope has been featured in Clean Run Magazine, Green Living Magazine Arizona, and does modeling for Club-Doggie and Arizona Animal Actors advertisements. Penelope can also proudly boast a Second Runner Up placement at the Phoenix Pet Expo 2012 Amazing Pet Tricks contest, which was performed in front of a live audience of over 10,000 attendees! Penny has just started to pursue her canine acting career.
Follow Penelope on Facebook: Penelope on Facebook
Kama Rueschenberg’s dog, “Google” is the newest addition to Club-Doggie. He loves to learn and is enjoying his start in agility training at Club-Doggie. Google’s agility debut is tentatively planned for March of 2013 (just before his second birthday).
He’s big, he’s fast, and he has ALL the answers!