Chaos's nomination letter

Submitted by Rick Van Lent.

Region 7's top dog Chaos debuted September 2005 and was quickly a favorite to watch due to his eagerness to race combined with his always happy disposition. A rock solid competitor, running in any position giving it his all in every race. With the addition of open class Chaos showed his versatility by being able to race in any team's lineup. This lead to the amazing career accomplishment of racing with over 200 dogs, representing 35 clubs, undoubtedly a flyball record. At 9 Chaos showed guts and determination fighting back from a serious hip injury requiring major reconstruction and lengthy rehab to race again. Years later he was voted Region MVP and miraculously achieving his Hobbes Award in 2016. This was a major regional celebration for so many that helped him reach this milestone. Chaos was an ambassador for NAFA and flyball, participating in numerous public demos to the delight of the crowds. In later years he was instrumental in helping multiple rookie dogs get their start in flyball. He reluctantly retired at 14, ranked NAFA #41, #11 Mixed Breed, flyball's #1 BorderJack and had multiple Region and NAFA Top Dogs placements. Chaos, a dog truly worthy of HOF consideration.


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