In a saucepan saute some coursely chopped onions in a bit of oil. Drain a couple of cans of pork and beans well (press it out), then add (to taste) brown sugar, ketchup. A little bit of prepared mustard and BBQ sauce of your choice if you like it tangy. All all to pan of onion and cook over slow heat for 10-15 minutes. If you want a true "baked" bean dish then put it in a casserole dish instead and bake with strips of bacon on top for 20-30 minutes at 350.
She will need something portable and a handgun that fires shotgun shells as well as .45 caliber would help as the shotgun shells can help with those who have trouble with pinpoint shooting.
I recommend The Judge
I definitely agree - the Judge would give you the versatility of a shotgun shell for snakes and the umph to take down larger targets.
Great run under any circumstances, and not being with his everyday handler..wow.
A member of the corgi agility community loaned their dog to a New Zealand handler, and shared some videos of their first few practice runs together...certainly was a steep learning curve for both dog and handler.
Was the fault on the jump after the A-frame? I don't run USDAA and don't know their rules.
Don't really know where the fault is; I need to ask my wife.
Last year this dog also competed for New Zealand in Ft. Worth. Australia won out this year.
They didn't make the podium, but the team and the handler were quite pleased and they finished in the top 10-20% in all events. He says they don't have any BC's that fast over there.