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Canine Freestyle GB
P.O. Box 7680
We are a group of dog enthusiasts with members from various backgrounds including obedience, agility, working trials, sheepdog trials and flyball. We have been brought together by our common interest in canine freestyle and heelwork to music.
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www.caninefreestylegb.com, 1 May 2015 [cached]
Cruft's 2015 Judges profiles
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Ann DeRizzio Lives in Lytham St Annes in Lancashire - She is a part-time lecturer at Myerscough college where she specialises in canine behaviour, aggression and holistic care.
also runs dog training classes in Lytham and Blackpool.
Ann is a member of the Kennel Clubs Heelwork to Music working party and one of the five Kennel Club accredited judges trainers and assessors.
David The Dogman Helping to train Humans for the benefit of Dogs
www.thedogman.net, 29 Oct 2012 [cached]
Ann has been a professional dog trainer for over 20 years and has competed in Obedience, Agility and Breed ring showing.
She is a qualified lecturer and works at Myerscough College in Lancashire, lecturing on dog behaviour, training, welfare and development.
Ann is a highly experienced obedience and HTM Judge.
Heelwork to music is now her favoured dog sporting activity, she competes regularly with her Blue Merle Boder who is advanced HTM Freestle dog.
Ccino retired last year.
Ann runs weekly HTM classes and weekend courses throughout the year.
Ann DeRizzio has put together a cook book with recipes for both humans and their four-legged friends in aid of Trinity Hospice.
Myerscough College News - Myerscough College Tutor to Compete at Crufts
www.myerscough.ac.uk, 6 Mar 2007 [cached]
Ann DeRizzio and her dog Ccino, a 7 year old border collie, have won a coveted place at the Kennel Club's acclaimed heelwork to music competition at Crufts.
They won the semi final of the Kennel club competition held at Ryton, near Coventry last week, where handlers and dogs from all over the UK and Europe met to compete.
To reach this stage, they have been competing throughout the year, across the country and have now qualified for the final to work at Crufts in the Heelwork to music competition on Thursday 8th of March at the NEC in Birmingham.
Crufts is the greatest and best known dog show in the world and the competition is the pinnacle of the heelwork to music sporting year.
, from Lytham St Annes, teaches Short Courses at Myerscough College
, including canine aggression courses for Dog Wardens and those who work closely with canines and on occasion deal with dangerous dogs.
These courses are proving very popular, particularly with local authorities.
She is also a tutor for the City and Guilds in Canine Studies course at Myerscough, which is a part-time evening course.
said of her
and Ccino's achievement:
The photos show Ann
and Ccino competing, Ccino with his
prize and Ann
other dogs, Conker, Corinne and Boyce.
David The Dogman DAVID'S BOOK
www.thedogman.net, 27 May 2006 [cached]
Ann DeRizzio, president, Federation of Dog Trainers and Canine Behaviourists.