Pike County residents Mark and Stacey Muir and their four world class border collies have been training hard for upcoming competitions. The newest addition to the Muir family and the Georgia Irish Disc Dogs is 5 and a half month old puppy Thunder.
I know Mark Muir, and he is incredible with his dogs. Congradulations Mark, and the hard working dogs as well. Pike County welcomes you and your dog training facility. Make us proud at the championships.
Sharing a Video of The Dogs Frisbee/Disc Dogging
06/10/10 at 04:18 AM
I will be at The Rock Ranch on July 24th doing some shows for them at their dog days of summer event.
I have been truly blessed with these wonderful dogs and I hope to do some things around Pike County in the future.
I had been asked about helping out at the July 3rd Festival here in Pike County but I had allready committed to doing shows at Fort Benning on this date for the troops for their Fourth Of July Celebration.
Kim we will still be getting together in the future I have not heard anything yet.
Thanks again Pike County, Yep I am one of those people who moved to Pike County from a County North of here, sorry for invading Pike when My wife and our pups moved down here but we LOVE it down here and our proud to call it our home.
Might sound corny but it is so peaceful around our house at nighttime and that is one of the things I love about Pike County so much.
Take Care everyone and Thank You so much for the kind words and hopefully in the future my dogs will get to put smiles on peoples faces in Pike County.
Remember if you asked for me to possibly do a demo, it does cost me a little bit of money to make this happen. I am not in the sport of it to make money I have a regular fulltime job and our schedule is booked really far in advance. And unlike some I love going to competitions just as much as doing shows. There are probably 10,000 frisbee dog teams across the world and 4 Huge Organizations so it is a lot bigger then most think.
We have to tell the organizers at events where we are from I usually try not to put my city and try to get them to say I am proudly from Pike County Georgia!
If you ever have any questions please contact me thru my website www.georgiairishdiscdogs.com and we live off of West Road if you ever see us outside throwing plastic to the dogs stop by and say Hello.
We are in the process of trying to build a small field for the dogs to play on now.
Just a little more exciting news. This past weekend we traveled to Cincy Ohio and Rocket and Gipper both qualified for the new and revamped 2010 Ashley Whippet World Disc Dog Championships to be held in Chicago on Labor Day weekend this year.
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