LubriSyn CA News
Milestone as “Fifi” captures
Best in Show!
LubriSyn and Re Borne Sponsored GCH Protocol’s Vendi Vidi Vici just past 50 best in shows for her
Owner, Breeder and Handler Jocelyn Mullins.
For Immediate Release August 23rd, 2012 – Simpsonville, KY -, Owner, Breeder and Handler Jocelyn Mullins achieved a significant milestone with her road pal, Fifi!
Registered as GCH Protocol’s Vendi Vidi Vici and Ms. Mullins traveled down to Greensboro, North Carolina to capture the Greater Hickory Kennel Club Best in Show, which was her 50th!
“The 50th Best in Show was a milestone for us and for the breed, the Doberman, especially an Owner, Breeders, Handler combination,” Mullins said via a phone interview this week.
Fifi, or The Fifinator, as she is known by her family and Facebook fans, has been a frequent of the open highway for over the past year and a half. She was best known as the Working Group winner, this year at the Westminster Kennel Club. This success gave the team a taste of the Big Apple which they hope to take a bite out of at this year’s competition and take home the coveted ribbon of Best in Show in 2013.
While on the road with her traveling and maintaining complete her peak condition, LubriSyn has been a part of Fifi’s training regime.
“Fifi was consistently taking Re Borne on a daily basis up till the Westminster at the Garden. After that, I took her off of it for a while. In that time I noticed she didn’t have the energy level. I chalked it up to maybe hormonal, but that wasn’t the case. I decided to start her back on Re Borne. She is back on it and I noticed a big difference in her vivaciousness if you will,” stated Mullins.
People are constantly commenting on her movement as she has tremendous reach and drive. While trying for the top achievement, as a working dog, Fifi’s movement is an important part of Judging. Jocelyn went on to say how LubriSyn has helped Fifi’s stride stay fluid and effortless.
Fifi and Jocelyn will continue to compete in upcoming events around the country to reach their ultimate goal of Westminster.
Jocelyn is a true lover of the Doberman breed as she owns Fifi’s mother, Dream, who is also a champion and earned performance titles. Fifi’s Litter Mate, “sister” Star is also a champion and Best In Show winner. Star is a now competing in Obedience Events with Suzy Lundy and earned a hit in Trial win this month and LubriSyn helps her perform at her best.
For many years Jocelyn has been involved with rescues and dog organizations giving time and knowledge to help all dogs. Her passion for Dobermans goes without saying and she has been blessed with possibly the Best the Breed has ever seen.
Here at LubriSyn we are proud to be associated with such an athlete as Fifi and we congratulate her and Jocelyn on this rare accomplishment; she is already up to 51 Best in Shows!
ealth, Mullins attributes Re Borne as a key asset to Fifi’s success.
FIFI + LUBRISYN = VICTORY AT WESTMINSTER
For dog breeders around the country, the dream is to be a part of the famed Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, which took place on February 13th and 14th. For owner, trainer, breeder Jocelyn Mullins and her partners Richard and Suzie Lundy the dream was reality.
Richard Lundy is currently is the President of Halstrum, the makers of the LubrSyn family of prodcuts and his wife Suzy is a dog trainer.
GCH Protocol’s Veni Vidi Vici, or Fifi as she is known was victorious in Best of Breed of the Dobermans on 2-13-12 at Madison Square Garden. On 2-14-12, Fifi was back showing in the Working Group which she was again on the winner’s platform!
It is a constant work in progress to keep your animal at top physical condition in between shows and training. That is where LubriSyn-CA comes in.
Fifi’s owners trust her joints to LubriSyn-CA to assist in maintaining her joint health. LubriSyn is proud to congratulate Fifi and her owners in their accomplishments! Be sure to check in with Fifi’s future appearances and events. Also, make sure you visit Fifi’s Facebook page called “The Fifinator”.
Click the link below and see Fifi capture the Best In Group – Working
Click the link below to see Fifi in action at Westminster in the Best of Breed.
We here at LubriSyn watch our for all your furry-friends, your horses, as well as your dogs and cats. We’ve tapped into our experts and they’ve given some important tips to remember as the seasons change.
- Daffodils are a popular spring flower and they’re very pretty, but they are toxic to dogs. While it is fine for dogs to consume grass and most garden plants, daffodils can be lethal. Whether they consume the bulb, leaves, or flower they can develop signs of poisoning including diarrhea, vomiting, staggering, collapse, and even death.
- Lawn pesticides can affect your dogs as much as your children. Be careful of where you place pesticides. Many natural pesticides are now available to people that are much less harmful.
- Talk to your vet about maintaining regular vaccinations, heart-worm, flea/tick prevention, and grooming. Seasonal vaccinations also apply to dogs and cats. Heart-worm preventative is extremely important and much more cost effective than any medication that is used to treat heart-worm once they have it. Flea and tick prevention is vital to your dogs health; lyme disease is a killer and is carried by ticks. Grooming longer haired animals in the hotter weather is very important to keep them cool.
- Dogs only have sweat glands in their feet. So keep their coats tended and fresh, clean water readily available. Some breeds are predisposed to reacting to heat more negatively than others. Do Not give ice water to deep-chested breeds (Dobermans, Great Danes, Boxers, etc.) they react differently to the extreme temperature change and it can be very harmful.
If you have any questions, call our offices at 1-800-901-8498 to talk with our experts.
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