The American Bloodhound Club Nationals etc : Random Thoughts

The American Bloodhound Club Nationals etc

by Diane Brewer on 10/25/12

I really need a new computer.  ahhh maybe next year.  We made the long trek to Penn and carried our fab five to compete with the nicest dogs in the country.  The first day Preacher placed 4th in his class in the Futurity.  The next day Bobby Lee made the cut in Sweeps.  Later in regular classes Johnny placed 4th in his class and Bobby Lee placed 2nd in Bred By.  Wow!  Robert got pulled in BOB doing his thing "sitting." <S> getting pulled is actually exciting because it shows the judge is taking another look.  Maizey, was herself, the happiest dog in the ring bouncing all the way around and playing with me rather than taking things seriously:-) We did well for us and had a good time.  On a very sad note though we came home to a sick dog, Tiegs.  Tiegs died Oct. 23, 2012 due to a very agressive and rare cancer.  I do not have the final report yet from the autopsey.  Ch Mayflower's Cover Girl - Tiegs lost her life way too young.  She is missed already.  Our hearts are broken.

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The name was established in 2,000 but, let's face it, when I was born someone must have put a hound in my hand because I've never been without a hound.