Wyndanwood Magic Tigger, 23 April 1999 – 22 February 2010.
Wyndanwood Magic Tigger
Date of birth: 23 April 1999
Colour: Black tri (red factored)
Tail: Natural bob, docked
Tigger is registered with ASCA and FCI
Sire: Champ. War Drum of Imagineer
Dam: Champ. Briergrove Charcoal Briquette
– Baer test: passed
– Hips: OFA good
– Eyes still clear at age almost 9
Tigger is a multi world cup finalist dog frisbee. Please find pics of our adventure in the States on the bottom of this page. We have so many awesome memories together…Tigger was so special. My first aussie, my introduction to frisbee with the most wonderful friend man can have…
Tigger and I competed at the World Cup Finals in Allen, Texas in 2007. We made it to the finals of the finals and won the 9th place!!!! I am so extremely proud of my little magic Tigger… And Tigger, Jones and I competed at the World Cup Series Finals dog frisbee in Scottsdale Arizona in 2006. Tigger qualified for the finals on the 5th of November!
Tigger was our first Aussie and comes from the Wyndanwood kennel. She was truly an Aussie! She loved to work and did anything I asked her. She was very much my (Karens) dog. She helped me with the dog training lessons and was always close to me. She was a good help with the puppy classes. She had this true Aussie look, very intelligent, but she was also our most reserved dog. She liked you or not. There’s nothing in between.
Besides frisbee she also loved to dance. She was my introduction to the dogdance sport. In May 2001 Tigger and I started dogdancing. She loved it (and I do too)! Tigger and I gave many demonstrations dogdance and frisbee all over the place. The greatest show we gave was during a sold out Heracles stadium in Almelo during the break of a big match. Tigger was a fantastic family dog and a great worker. I just loved her to death and I still miss her every day.
Tigger had her first and only litter in November 2001 (Wyndanwood Magic Tigger x Scout’s Honor of Imagineer). She had 11 puppies!!!! 5 males and 6 females. All the males had natural bobs and all the females long tails. We kept one male (Blues) and a female (Spice), and one male in co-ownership (Magic).
Visiting the Grand Canyon in 2006
This is exactly the place where I saw dog frisbee and aussies for the very first time in my life in 1993, at the Mall in Washington DC. So cool to be here with Tigger & Jones!
At Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC with a view to Washington Monument and the Capitol
Right pic in front of the White House!
World Cup Finals, Scottsdale, Arizona 2006
The winners and Tigger in front of The Alamo in San Antonio
In Austria on holiday
At the competition field in Dallas and just another cute pic of Magic Tigger
Having fun together giving a show for disabled people
The first pic was made by The Telegraaf, a big Dutch newspaper. Tigger was on the front page. The second pic was made during a dogdance competition, where she won the first price.