In my first shows as a Veteran (I just turned seven years old) I had a great time!
At the Cascade Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club’s annual specialty show I was chosen Best Veteran in Sweepstakes by judge Mrs. Janet Summer (Kinion Corgis) of Oregon City,
In the breed judging, I was Select Dog, Best Veteran and Dad & I got Best Owner-Handled Dog. Our judge was Mr. Kim Visgo Nielsen of Denmark. Dad had to carry a big handful of ribbons home.
“Our debt to the heroic men and valiant women in the service of our country can never be repaid. They have earned our undying gratitude. America will never forget their sacrifices.”
President Harry S. Truman
Here are Dad’s pictures from our entry in the Port Townsend Rhody Grand Parade.
Marching and Waving…
“Working the Crowd”…
We marched in Port Townsend’s Rhody Grand Parade this weekend. What a blast! We had fourteen Corgis with us and we had a great time. Mom and Dad really liked hearing,
Bring your Corgi (with or without a tail)
and spend the day in beautiful Port Townsend
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All well-behaved Corgis are welcome, no flexi-leads please.
My boy Arrow,
Last week at the Chintimini Kennel Club shows in Albany, Oregon.
Arrow did great! On the first day he won Select Dog, and because his Mom Michelle was handling him he got to go to the National Owner Handler Series Group where he took first place. Because of that, he got to go to the NOHS Best in Show competition where he won Reserve Best in Show. The next day he won Best of Breed and then won a Third Place in Groups.
My boy Odin (from my litter with Fergie) won Winner’s Dog Friday at the Arrowhead Kennel Club shows in Scottsdale,