I remember entering the trials. All I really thought was "Let's just make sure I am not entering agility and obedience trials on the same day, right???"
Well, I succeeded. Agility trials next weekend. Two dogs. Weekend after? Obedience trials, two dogs. Then I go on travel for a week and a half, come back, host dinner for 40-60 ravenous teenagers, then promptly go to another 2 days of obedience trials.
Its a real pity my dogs' handler is insane.
Tip was Tip. He was clearly trying. Heeling is not really sunk into his bones thorugh, and he still has a tendency to stack in front and look at my face when confused. And sometimes thinks he ought to stack and pose while I walk away. And his fronts are far too far away, off center, and often stadning.
But besides that he is great... Talk to me in a couple of weeks, and we shall see what really happens.