The Pembroke & Cardigan Welsh Corgi Clubs of Southern California had a fun Puppy Match on Saturday, October 23rd. Great seminars, wonderful lunch and a fun time with lots of new Cardigan and Pembroke puppies. More pictures and video.
Looks like I forgot to close the closet door…
From That corgi 🙂
If I sleep on it, it's all mine.
From Jean York (Coalbyn Corgis):
If I can bury it, it's mine.
If I can dig it up, it's mine.
If I can drool on it, it's mine.
If it's not physically touching you, it's mine.
If it's on the floor, it's definitely mine.
Hank got his teeth cleaned this week. Was kind of dreading the process, but no worries. We contacted Linda Hopkins of K9 Brite Bite. What a great job! A very thorough, gentle cleaning… with no anesthesia.
If you're in the Southern California area, we highly recommend a visit. Special rates for groups.
Check out her website or contact Linda via email at: k9britebite[at]yahoo.com
Hank's really smiling now.
|Linda has a wonderful way with dogs.|
Introducing: Ch. Pennyshire Solid Alibi
|The Burbank club awards a special black and
white rosette to dogs who finish and receive
their championship at their show. A nice tradition.
Hank finished this weekend at the Burbank Kennel Club show with Winners Dog and Best of Opposite Sex.
Thank you, all of you Southern California Corgi folks. You've been a great encouragement, example and coach for us.
We got Hank in February, started showing him on May 2nd, and he finished on October 3rd. What a thrill!
Hank went Best of Breed and then took Fourth Place in the Herding Group. What a thrill!
It was over 100 degrees (the dogs did better than we did).
|Hank and Mike “out and back”|
|Judge: Dr. Carol White-Moser,
for the Breed...
|...for the Group placement
Thanks Rob McCormick for the photos.
Turned my back for a second in the studio. I was wondering what the noise was. Hank discovered the Kleenex box on my nightstand. Worked hard to get them all out of the box… he was so proud of himself.
It's the ultimate Corgi chew toy (described as “indestructible” by some). This is a Conewango ID-01AC. It's a liner dairy farmers use for the cow end of automatic milking machines. They're made of soft, food-grade rubber and they're very strong. Hank hasn't made a dent in his yet, it's been a week. He loves playing with it… it's soft, flexible and it rolls on a curve. WE love him playing with it because it doesn't have a squeaker and it's quiet on our hard wood floors. You can have a tug-o-war with it too, it stretches a little.
More soon on how to get some.
From the Bad Pun Department:
1. It's an udderly great Corgi toy.
2. Hank is moooved to play with it.
Just uploaded videos from the Santa Barbara Kennel Club show, August 27-30, 2010. It was a great weekend for Bill Shelton and the Coventry Corgis… Best of Breed, Best in Group and Best in Show… more than once. Recommend the video of the Breeder's Showcase Herding Group.
Regular pictures are here. Go to “My Gallery” for pictures from earlier shows.
|Calling Liz Sessions, the owner of Molly's sire to report the
previous night's win (he had her on speed dial)