The tests began this Saturday afternoon on the grounds of the artisanal zone of the former slaughterhouses of Creusot
The Canine Club Creusot Education et Sport Canin is organizing its annual obedience competition this weekend, including the Burgundy Championship. The tests began this Saturday afternoon with the CSAU (certificate of sociability and aptitude for use), the certificates and the passage on the ground located in the artisanal zone of the former slaughterhouses of Le Creusot, competitors vying for level 1 Six teams competed in the CSAU tests, three for the cards and 7 were in contention for level 1. The tests continue from 8 am this Sunday, with 13 “handler” pairs for level 2 and three others. for the new 3, this being the Burgundy Championship.
CESC officials hope that their members will wear the club’s colors high and that a large audience will come to support the competitors during this final day of competition.