Member Dogs


Call Name:
Registered Name:
Hob Nob Lightning in a Bottle
Titles Earned:
  • CD
  • CDX
  • HT
  • NW1
  • NW2
  • NW3
  • NW3 Elite
  • OTCH
  • UD
  • NW3-C (Jun 2013)
Border Collie
August 8, 2008
Rita Jensen
Notes & Brags:
  • Aug 2018: Flash got his OTCH (Obedience Trial Champion title) at the Mensona KC Trial!
  • May 2018: Flash was third in search 3, third in search 5, first in search 4, and second overall at the Meadow Vista Elite NACSW trial.
  • Oct 2017: Flash finished 11th overall at the NACSW Invitational in Massachusetts (out of 46 teams). They were 2nd in the Moses search; 4th in the Young Restaurant search; 6th in the small outdoor arena search; and 7th in the C Barn search.
  • Mar 2016: Flash was third overall at the Elite Nosework Trial in Oregon. He was 2nd in two of the four searches.
  • Jul 2015: Flash got his Herding Tested title in Vacaville.
  • Jun 2015: Flash competed at the Nose Work Invitational in Colorado. This was a 3-day trial for Elite dogs only (there are only about 40 Elite dogs total in the country). Flash finished 8th overall.
  • Dec 2014: Flash got his NW3 Elite Nose Work title. He also got his second NW3 title in Boulder Creek.
  • Aug 2014: Flash earned his NW3 title at the Forestville trial.
  • Feb 2014: Flash won Vehicles at the NW3 Nose Work Trial in Guerneville.
  • Jun 2013: Flash got his NW3-C title at the Happy Valley, Oregon Nose Work Trial for getting containers at 3 trials. He was also 3rd in Containers.
  • Feb 16, 2013: Flash was 2nd in Exterior and 5th overall at the Guerneville NW3 trials over Presidentís Day weekend.
  • Dec 2012: Flash was 1st place in Vehicles at the NW3 Trial.
  • Aug 2012: Flash finished both his CDX and UD titles over the course of two weekends in August. He got his UD in 3 straight shows up at Grass Valley, with 2 first places and one 2nd place.
  • Apr 2012: Flash finished his NW2 Title and was High in Trial in Livermore. He got first place in Containers, in Interiors, in Exteriors and in Vehicles.
  • Flash is an obedience honor student in training and I expect great things from him. He is also learning to get in touch with his roots of sheepherding which will also ultimately lead to competition and titles.