[quote=gsicard] I think you said you would bring 15 dogs [/quote]
Even though we weren't planning on bringing Dasha to the Premier this year, I must admit it would be nice to have some competition at some point.
[quote=EsqCaucasians]Me be scaredee 2 go if real CO will show (like Dasha and Pasha) :lol:[/quote]
Don't worry, Pasha is too uncontrollable and vicious to be around people, dogs and bears, so he won't be coming. Besides, his ugly mug has no business being in a Show anyway. Also, if I decide to show up, I'll be hiding under my jacket in the car with the windows rolled up, wetting my pants.
What kind of MD Seminar are you planning on having?
Also if anyone is looking to share a ride and lives on the east coast (Maryland between N Carolina) or is in my route to pick up, please let me know I have room in my truck for a couple of dogs and another person.
I have clicked and it stated that I RSVPd twice but I do not see it.
But I have done it so just put my name in there
Deb, I see you on there. No worries. :)[/quote]
Thank you so much
I will be there.
The Estrela Mtn Dog Assoc of America is hosting the Parade of Portugal at the Premier this year. We have the honor of the VP of the CPC as our judge. Mr. Luis Catalan. He will also be offering a judging seminar on the accepted breeds following the show. Of course we are NOW TAKING ENTRIES and DONATIONS. Come on people support, the Molossers in the dog world!!!!
POP '08 Chair
i will be there. But i will not be bringing any dogs, or doing any thing dog related or seminarish. i just want to go to hang out, see some really crappy dogs, and have a few laughs. I mean, what else are shows good for?? LOL
Well .. all the work involved in seminars and the pathetic lack of response from the members.. nah.. not gonna do one unless there is a significant level of interest. I asked because I have a VIP suite booked at the hotel and was deciding if I should keep it or take the regular room at Holiday Inn Express.
oh well.. as they say in the navy.. prior proper planning prevents piss poor performance... I guess I will cancel the suite.
A good opportunity lost :arrow:
[quote=Xamen13]They probably wouldn't allow dogs in the VIP suite anyway...[/quote]
Might not let Mikey in there either :lol: :lol: :lol:
I really don't know if I can get over or not this year. I have a lot of commitments over the next few months. Right now, I'm thinking about reserving a room in the event I can get over there.
Of course with Betsy, Cindy, Deb & Babs going it will be hard to stay away 8)
Gary maybe putting this up on the General forum for those people that Poo-poo conformation shows that might not look over here? Just a thought :wink:
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