This young girl is going to be a star – no matter what field she is applied to. Smart and eager to learn, Cameo is begging for a job to do or a game to play.
From a combination of working and show lines – Cameo presents the best of both worlds. Graded Excellent at her first Specialty under Jean Lawless (Ireland) who is also a Malinois breeder, Cameo has gone on to prove she has the brains as well as beauty – a true ambassador for the Malinois variety.
In early 2008 Cameo went to the US to live with Tash Pluim. Tash and Cameo are making an awsome team in Agility, Schutzhund and Conformation.
***In less than 12mths in the US Cami has earned OB1, OB2, AD, TT and CGC titles with a CH fast on their heals…well done Tash and Cami – what a team!.
What Tash says about Cameo
Cami is a very outgoing social bitch, that seems to have never met a stranger. She has a solid temperament, and absolutely adores kids from infant size on. She likes my cats, but would chase if my cats were not used to the Malinois antics. No problem with small dogs, but would like to possibly harm my parrot if she got the chance. She gets along well with my younger girls and my Male. Not so much with my Alpha female. I would call her a ‘busy’ dog. She needs a lot of mental stimulation.
Cami is a 23″ and 46 pounds. Square construction, Medium Bone. Coat is fawn with a very harsh texture. Ears are medium sized and well placed. Mask is black, with just a little bleed through under the eye. Very light on her feet.
Cami has no environmental issues that I have found. She is intensely, intensely toy motivated. She will fetch all day long, and loves to run around the house with something constantly in her mouth. Obedience: her style is very flashy, and is aware of her body while healing. Retrieves are fast and steady, with no mouthing for the dumbbell.Tracking: I am working on slowing her down, but she has a very deep nose in tracking. Protection: loves the fight, has self confidence with the helper, making eye contact. Very high prey drive. Agility: no problems with any of the obstacles, I am looking forward to starting her in NADAC in 2009.