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MN DOG SQUAD WINS BIG AT IOWA STATE SHOOT

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  1. Sixshooter

    Sixshooter TS Member

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    Yes, it is true! The world famous Minnnesota Dog Squad won big at this years Iowa State Shoot. In Saturday's Singles Championships, both Almost Hairless and the Prez cleaned all two hundred of the little buggers. Joining seven others in the shootoffs, these two canines continued their dominance. Almost Hairless hung on long enough to claim the AAA Singles R/U title and The Prez, after 175 straight in the shootoffs, beat all the others to capture the Non-resident singles title for the Dog Pack from Minnesota. And if that wasn't enough, Almost Hairless continued the torrid shooting with the lone Non-Resident 99 in the Handicap Championship to win that title outright. Yes, the Dog Squad was howling after these impressive victories. Larger training dummies will now be required to fit in their oversize mouths due to their expanding crainiums.

    Most important though, was as a result of The Prez's 200 in the singles, The Big Dog and The Piddler were once again obligated to shave their muzzles. Yes, for the umpteenth time, The Dog and The Piddler have shiney upper lips! After the conclusion of the Saturday events, it was decided that since The Prez's 200 included the event Championship, it would only make sense that the trimming be done at a special ceremony the next day in front of bank 31 where the momentous occasion occured. The Piddler, to his credit, adhered to the agreement and allowed his handler and trainer, Pam, to do the shaving. Pam, being a bit devious herself, managed to shave all but a small portion of The Piddlers nose hairs, leaving him with a poor imitation of an Adolf Hitler stach. He, being a bit slow at the retrieves (not too smart), didn't catch this until after he had paraded around the grounds for a couple of hours, tail wagging of course.

    Now The Big Dog wasn't about to have any part of a public event. He decided to scrape his growth at the motel prior to coming over for Sundays event. Although it didn't seem fair to us at first, it soon became apparent why The Big Dog sought the privacy. You see, now that his whole chin is bare, it becomes obvious that the Big Dog has more Chins then a Chinese phone book!

    What comes next for the Dog Squad? Well, littermate The Schnauzer will be joining the group for the last week of the Grand American where I'm sure many more stories will develope. I will continue to keep the public informed as to the life and times of this famous pack of hounds. Look for the stories here unless pending negotiations with CNN are concluded in time to cover my Grand American reports.

    Reporting live from The Homegrounds of the Iowa State trap Shooting Association, Mark Zauhar
     
  2. jmas

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    Mark, You can go home now the shoot is over!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    jmas
     
  3. Luelife

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    So sorry we missed the Shoot and the Dog Squad.. Sounds like everyone had a great time....We WILL BE BACK NEXT YEAR...
    Look forward to seeing you in Sparta on Sunday. Annie
     
  4. dward

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    WOW...........that is unbelievably good shooting Mark!!!! Keep it up at the Grand. - Dan
     
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    Well, I don't know each "dog" personally...but I do know the MN contingent put up some great scores....BAS (ex-MN)
     
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