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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Bead
    ... she would get so scared when people came to the house to visit that she peed on the rug every time. :sheesh:
    Oh, the poor little thing!

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    Well, she may not be show quality, but she's still my honey pie!


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    I'll be rooting for the Basset Hound and Clumber Spaniel

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    Love this picture RGal!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by RealtorGal
    Well, she may not be show quality, but she's still my honey pie!


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    Awww! What a cutie!

    Well, my bulldog didn't advance. I'll probably watch tonight anyway.

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    RealtorGal...what a great picture! Your pug is just precious.

    Perhaps tonight I'll actually remember that the Westminster is being broadcast before the show of over. LOL

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    Aww, I want to smooch the pug!

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    Harry the cat was thrilled to see that the Tibetan Terrier won the Non-Sporting Group for the first time in history. So was my cousin! That was a win for all of you ABP folks

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    Quote Originally Posted by A.H.Black
    According to the announcers, the bulldog is just that - the bulldog.
    Yeah, I heard that too. I thought the one last night was adorable and should've won the group. And of course I know everything about dog shows and am not biased at all.

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    Many years ago I had a Kerry Blue who was just part of the family and insisted on attending every party; every stroll outside; being introduced to new people, etc., etc. But the Westminster has never had a Kerry Blue at a top Terriror.

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    We had a Parson Russell Terrier (I still have trouble getting used to their new title), that had to have a glass of water before bedtime, when we kids were getting our glass of water before we went to bed. Mom would have to put it in a paper cup and hold it for him while he drank it. He had to have it in a cup just like us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joesitz
    Many years ago I had a Kerry Blue who was just part of the family and insisted on attending every party; every stroll outside; being introduced to new people, etc., etc. But the Westminster has never had a Kerry Blue at a top Terriror.

    Joe
    Actually, in 2003 a Kerry Blue Terrier did better than winning the Terrier Group: Ch Torums Scarf Michael (a.k.a. "Mick") won Best In Show. Gorgeous dog, too!

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    The Golden "Wuz Robbed"! That dog was on, I mean really on.

    Oh well, Hounds are next and perhaps this year the Irish Wolfhound will win.

    4dk - who has Eleanor right beside her; actually right under the pull out for the computer keyboard and on top of my feet, I guess it's going to rain within the next 12 hours. "E" is asleep and not watching the show; she didn't even wake up when I was jumping up and down when the Golden got pulled out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4dogknight
    The Golden "Wuz Robbed"! That dog was on, I mean really on.

    Oh well, Hounds are next and perhaps this year the Irish Wolfhound will win.

    4dk - who has Eleanor right beside her; actually right under the pull out for the computer keyboard and on top of my feet, I guess it's going to rain within the next 12 hours. "E" is asleep and not watching the show; she didn't even wake up when I was jumping up and down when the Golden got pulled out.
    I haven't seen tonight's judging; being in Canada and not having digital or satellite, I have to wait until tomorrow night to see it. But I'm familiar with that Golden, Austin, and when I saw that he won BOB I was really happy.... Thought he really might have a shot at it. He is stunning - and I'm saying that having (so far) only seen his pictures.

    Guess we'll have to wait 'til next year..... *sigh*

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    Joe,

    Not only did "Mick," the Kerry Blue win Westminster. He also won the AKC Eukanuba Invitational and the Crufts show in England. "Mick" is a doggy superstar. Winning Crufts is a very big deal too. Animal Planet has been showing Crufts the past few years and I expect we'll see it again soon. (I forget when it is--March?)

    Co-co, the terrier group winner, won the AKC Invit. last year. I was really rooting for her to take Westminster too. But since the bloodhound, who won this year's AKC nat'l last month, didn't win either.........oh well.

    Did you all see the story on how many dogs competing had ancestors who'd aleady won? Kerry Blues, Bichons, and my favorite, the Papillons, ("Kirby" who won a few years ago)

    Found that all those repeats of the AKC-Eukanuba invitational on Animal Planet meant that I actually recognized both dogs and handlers. Kinda made it more fun!

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