Margaret on June 28th, 2009

LOL, I don’t think that dog would need to bark to scare anyone  🙂 Dog shows are usually beauty shows.  Dogs well groomed and showing type and conformation to their breed standards should do well. But imagine a contest to pick the ugliest dog? The dog in the above pix.  who is said to be […]

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Margaret on June 28th, 2009

Some of the walkers and their dogs The B’dos. Dog Training  Club organised a walk which took place this evening in St. John.  It started from the grounds of Peter Evelyn, Q.C, and Anne Blanchard’s home and walkers had a choice of a short walk in the country side  with their dogs, or a much […]

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Margaret on June 27th, 2009

High in CD trials Sandra Manning and her German Shepherd, Topaz Sue Blanford was the judge for The B’dos. Dog Training Club trials.  Rosemary Coghlan was also in the ring assisting. There were 8 contestants in the CD trials. Scoring high (first) in the class was Sandra Manning and her German Shepherd Dog, Topaz.  I […]

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A year ago in Kansas,  a small zoo  was struggling to survive declining visitors and hard times.  And a Bendal tiger they had gave birth to 3 cubs and then abandoned them.  Isabella, a Golden Retriever, was in the process of weaning her own  two pups and the Harveys, owners of the zoo, tried Isabella […]

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Margaret on June 25th, 2009

The official White House photographer, Chuck Kennedy, took the above pix. of Bo for the Baseball card. It’s a tradition that the “first dog” gets his picture on a basecard card and Bo’s is already out with some fun things:  Like his goal is to “make friends with foreign dognitaries, favourite foods: tomatoes and/or toys”, […]

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Margaret on June 24th, 2009

Millie, a Springer Spaniel,  owned by Barbara Bush was regarded as the most famous of the White House Dogs and Millie is credited as the author of the bestseller  “Millie’s Book, as Dictated to Barbara Bush”. Bo will be staring in his own comic book written for children. “Puppy Power, Bo Obama” is written by […]

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Margaret on June 23rd, 2009

From the ‘net.  But good to have a laugh at around the time of Obedience Trials! Hopefully, none of our dogs in the ring will be that far off 🙂

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Margaret on June 23rd, 2009

It is coming on to the trials for the CD title.  I have not been to any classes for the past 6 months and only managed to get to the “Mock Trials” last Wednesday as the training classes clashed with something else I was doing. Most children love dogs and these two children, one is […]

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Margaret on June 23rd, 2009

Some challenges in changing web hosts have delayed posts to this blog. Hopefully, everything will be up and running smoothly shortly and a series of posts will be entered. Regards. Admin PS    Caveat Emptor – Gisol.Com now said to be trading also as Dserver.Com and Bizways.Com Research Gisol.Com through Google and stay far away!

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Margaret on June 15th, 2009

Yesterday’s “Sunday Sun” on its front page had a picture of a baby which the newspaper said was biten by an Akita while petting the dog on its head.  Different tale from the earlier version.  The Akita was later killed and it is nice to know that the baby is doing fine.  Guess the editors […]

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