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Natural Aptitude Tests 2018

Second Edition of the Natural Aptitude Test (TAN) took place on August 25th in Rivière-Rouge

Again this year, the members of the organizing committee have worked hard to ensure the logistics of this event. Thank you to the committee members!

The team was able to count on important partners who gave generously of their time to help us: Mr. Francois Marleau for access to an enchanting site, Dr. Roxane Charbonneau, veterinarian for the health assessment of the dogs. Judge Luc Baufay came from Belgium for this day. The logistics and assistance to the judge was done by Pierre Marleau, director HSCC. Myriam Tessier and Alain Levesque were dedicated volunteers before, during and after the event for the jury committee. Many thanks to all of you!

The invaluable collaboration of sponsors was also decisive for the realization of this event: L'Aviron hunting and fishing Ecotone Prévost (Mrs. Corinne Gariepy) and Distribution Saint-Jean (Pierre-Luc).

On this day, we also had the presence of Vice President of the Canine Federation of Canada  (CFC), Mr. David Campbell.

Results: Three dogs participated in this test. Congratulations to Lea who has passed her TAN.

Second Edition of the Natural Aptitude Test (TAN) took place on August 25th in Rivière-Rouge

Again this year, the members of the organizing committee have worked hard to ensure the logistics of this event. Thank you to the committee members!

The team was able to count on important partners who gave generously of their time to help us: Mr. Francois Marleau for access to an enchanting site, Dr. Roxane Charbonneau, veterinarian for the health assessment of the dogs. Judge Luc Baufay came from Belgium for this day. The logistics and assistance to the judge was done by Pierre Marleau, director HSCC. Myriam Tessier and Alain Levesque were dedicated volunteers before, during and after the event for the jury committee. Many thanks to all of you!

The invaluable collaboration of sponsors was also decisive for the realization of this event: L'Aviron hunting and fishing Ecotone Prévost (Mrs. Corinne Gariepy) and Distribution Saint-Jean (Pierre-Luc).

On this day, we also had the presence of Vice President of the Canine Federation of Canada  (CFC), Mr. David Campbell.

Results: Three dogs participated in this test. Congratulations to Lea who has passed her TAN.

Natural Aptitude Tests 2018

Second Edition of the Natural Aptitude Test (TAN) took place on August 25th in Rivière-Rouge

Again this year, the members of the organizing committee have worked hard to ensure the logistics of this event. Thank you to the committee members!

The team was able to count on important partners who gave generously of their time to help us: Mr. Francois Marleau for access to an enchanting site, Dr. Roxane Charbonneau, veterinarian for the health assessment of the dogs. Judge Luc Baufay came from Belgium for this day. The logistics and assistance to the judge was done by Pierre Marleau, director HSCC. Myriam Tessier and Alain Levesque were dedicated volunteers before, during and after the event for the jury committee. Many thanks to all of you!

The invaluable collaboration of sponsors was also decisive for the realization of this event: L'Aviron hunting and fishing Ecotone Prévost (Mrs. Corinne Gariepy) and Distribution Saint-Jean (Pierre-Luc).

On this day, we also had the presence of Vice President of the Canine Federation of Canada  (CFC), Mr. David Campbell.

Results: Three dogs participated in this test. Congratulations to Lea who has passed her TAN.

Natural Aptitude Tests 2017

The first edition of the Natural Aptitude Tests (TAN) took place on September 2nd in Saint-Raymond-de-Porneuf.

The HSCC participated in the first working tests for the Hanover Scenthound breed, a first in Canada and even in North America!

 

Honestly, the members of the board worked very hard to concretize the drafting of the first regulations and to ensure the logistics of this event. A beautiful team work !! A big thank you to the organizing committee.

 

The team was able to count on important partners who gave generously of their time to help us: Mr. Martin-Charles Bédard and Mrs. Anne-Sophie Lyrette for access to an enchanting site, Dr. Camille Roy, veterinarian for the evaluation of the health of the dogs, Mr. Luc Baufay, FCI judge of Belgium and Erick Chateauvert, volunteer on the jury committee. Many thanks to all of you!

 

The precious collaboration of sponsors was also decisive for the realization of this event: IGA (thanks to Francis Gravel) and Pro Nature (thanks to Stéphane Belley).

 

On this day, we also had the presence of Vice President of the Canine Federation of Canada (CFC), Mr. David Campbell.

 

 

Results:Five dogs participated in this first edition and two of them were successful, congratulations to ITA and IGOR.