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Pauline Martin
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 12, 2010 5:54 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

I have collated Daisy's successes so far this year. With Gina's and Peter's
enthusiasm she is doing well in successfully publicizing our breed. Laughing Laughing Brilliant Very Happy

Today Gina wrote:
'Just come back from "The Lord Whiskey Sanctuary day Fete and Dog Companion Show"

Daisy got 2nd in the Non Sporting Class We are so pleased as we had many questions on what her breed was. The judge also was very interested as she owned Cannan Dogs and of course they are quite shy of people and very similar.

But Daisy on the day really enjoyed her day out. She just loves any breed of dogs and all the fuss.

p.s. Dear old Spud won Best Open and then went BEST IN SHOW

After judging I spoke to the judge who was really interested in Daisy.........Also met Anita Dobson (EX East Enders - & Brian May (Queen) Who loved old Spud. Altogether a really good day out and all for Charitity as well.'

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In March Gina wrote:
Decided to take Daisy to her first Companion show this year. It was in aid of The Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign. So a very worthy cause. Daisy has not been shown for over five months and I thought she would be very nervous. She really loved her day out. The show was held in a village hall, so very crowded. There were over 30 dogs in her class (Non Sporting) but she coped very well. She did not get placed but we were very happy with her behaviour. She kept asking people to make a fuss of her We had many enquiries as to what breed she is It was quite a surprise that dear old Spud won the Open class and Reserve Best In Show. Daisy enjoyed watching - how things should be done We came away with a trophy, rosettes, dog biscuits, dog toys.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 12, 2010 5:58 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

In April Gina wrote:

'Just to let you know that Daisy went to a Fun show today. (In aid of St Michael's Hospice - Hastings). She got a VHC (5)th in the Pedigree dog/bitch class and there was 24 other entries. So very pleased with this result. The judge thought she was a Polish Lowland Sheepdog but Peter put him right! Then called her out as the Portuguese!!!!!!!!!!! WE ARE GETTING THERE AT LAST'

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 12, 2010 6:00 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

On 1 June Gina wrote:

'Spring Bank Holiday as usual cold and damp. We decided to take Daisy to a Companion Show in aid of the Rottweiler Welfare. I've never seen so many dogs come out for a Companion show. Daisy managed to get a Reserve placing (4th) in her class Working/Pastoral. Over 20 dogs in her class. So she is still getting placed. The ring Steward was a bit confused as to what breed she was. She was trying to place each breed together. She asked Peter to put the Briard with the GSD's and of course Peter said this isn't a Briard it's a Cao Da Serra De Aires. Steward said you had better stand on your own then But she did return to ask a few questions about the breed.
Daisy really enjoyed her day out, she was so excited. She was approaching children for a fuss. On our return home she just crashed out on the sofa for four hours. It was great for us to have peace at last I don't think we will ever get a 1st placing at these shows now Daisy is over 12 months but the experience she is gaining is really good but you never know.'

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