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The OFA is honored to present our June 2012 Champion of Health, the multi-titled versatile Labrador Retriever, NOC OTCH Count Tyler Show Me The Money UDX7 OM6 MH. Tyler’s accomplishments are truly outstanding. Not only is he titled in both obedience and hunt tests, he is a star in both venues.
Tyler was on the Derby List with 15 points in 8 starts, fully amateur owned, trained and handled. He earned his Master Hunter title in 6 straight passes, and became Qualified All Age (QAA) by winning the first Qualifying Stake in which he was entered.
Tyler was the 2008 and 2009 National Obedience Champion, and was First-Runner Up in 2010. He competed in the World Cup Obedience Championship at Crufts in 2010 and placed 2nd in the individual competition. In March of 2012 Tyler and Petra returned to Crufts and became the first American team to win the World Cup Obedience Competition.
Tyler’s health clearances include OFA Excellent hips, OFA normal elbows, a clear CERF exam, and he’s been assigned a CHIC number for health testing in accordance with the parent club recommended health screening.
Note – the OFA “Champion of Health” is not an official title issued by the OFA, AKC, or other registry. The “Champion of Health” is a monthly website feature that celebrates dogs that have achieved significant accomplishments, whether in the ring, field, performance events, as working dogs, or as producers, AND that have the full complement of breed appropriate health screening.If you have a dog that you believe meets the criteria that you would like to submit for consideration, please submit this application form to the OFA.