Glory Too

Celhaus Gift of Glory TDInc.

“Glory Too”


shown at 14 months


whelped 6/7/2014

Passed Therapy Dog certification with TDInc (now Alliance of Therapy Dogs, Inc) in December 2014

OFA Degenerative Myelopathy:  GS-DM3153/6F-PI-CAR

OFA Thyroid:  GS-TH719/30F-VPI

OFA Eye:  GS-EYE108/39F-VPI

OFA Hips Good:  GS-93516G28F-VPI

OFA Elbow:  GS-EL32026F24-VPI

OFA Cardiac:  GS-CA1434/30F/P-VPI

free of EPI (exocrine pancreatic insufficiency), von Willebrands & hemophilia (bleeding disorders) at 30 months

CHIC (Canine Health Information  Center) DNA Repository:  GS-DNA-361/S

Nose Work Titles:

Glory passed her PT1 & PT2 tests in June 2014.  This makes her eligible to compete for serious nose work titles, but there won’t be any trials until January 2015.  The reason is that UKC (United Kennel Club) took over nose work competition from United Nosework (the group which created this new canine sport) on July 1, 2014.  They will take the next six months to enter all the United Nosework titles into their own system.  We doubt there will be any actual nose work trials in our neck of the woods (Montana – Wyoming) until late spring due to our harsh winters, but Glory will be ready when they’re offered!

Glory Too is from the fifth generation of my female line.  She is from the GG litter of 2014 (Lively bred to Chaos) and is named after her great-great-grandmother, whose call name was Glory.  Her great-grandmother was Jubilee, and her grandmother was Quinta.


Glory Too is a very serious dog who is always thinking.  She loves to train and picks things up very quickly.  After her  puppy kindergarten class, she participated in a puppy rally class before beginning what is her obviously favorite one: nose work.  She really likes to use her nose and is a naturally methodical searcher.  When spring comes I’m going to start her tracking and see how she does.  We have also begun agility training, which she also enjoys.  She has beautiful conformation and is naturally athletic, so she should excel in agility, too.