I can hardly believe it! The 7th Biggest Little RAT-tacular is in the books. We started with freezing snow and ended with tank tops and sunburns. We wouldn’t expect anything less from the BLR. But most importantly, we were surrounded by old friends and new, first dogs and next dogs, novices and veterans alike. We had giant rats and tiny rats who were always ready to play. We had an incredible judging team who designed fantastic courses and challenges. We had volunteers that gave everything they had and then more. We had an incredible videographer / photographer and an incredible confectioner. We had the most amazing venue. We had first titles, big titles, championship titles and so much in between. Most of all, we had an amazing weekend celebrating our unique and special relationship with the dogs we love.


Thank you to our judging team: Laurie Cowhig, Carol Hamilton, Beth Ogasian, Matt Reed, Penny Scott-Fox, Angelique Shear and James Shear. Thank you to my amazing Revolution Dog Sports family who worked so hard all weekend. I am so proud of each of you and so grateful to have you as part of our village. A huge huge huge thank you to our volunteers. You all pitched in and were absolutely amazing and we are all so grateful to be surrounded by great humor, great dedication and great working folks.


A special thank you and congratulations to Linda Coogan for a great first solo weekend as secretary and to our amazing score room Carrie Stroble who not only brought us photobooth that was out of this world and the most delicious goodies but tirelessly entered scores from everywhere and anywhere. Thank you to our amazing hosts, Terri and Bill for opening the ranch to us. We are so fortunate to have such an incredible place to play with our dogs.
Take time to enjoy these moments! Celebrate your accomplishments both big and small! Enjoy your dog because no matter the outcome, you all went home with the very best dog in the world.


We hope you will join us March 22 – 27, 2022!


The final results are available for all events:


Barn Hunt:


NASDA Results