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Both tickets and premium list can be found at cesenahotel.info Classic, AKC Meet the Breeds® and Junior competition in Conformation, Agility. The Westminster Kennel Club Presents AKC Meet The Breeds Kennel Club Dog Show at Pier 92 on February 14, in New York City. AKC's Meet The Breeds, Brought To You By Purina Pro Plan FOX Sports 1 and Purina Pro Plan made it happen in & and will team.
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If you haven't done so, renewal is due by the end of the year - December 31, Renew by mail - mail in the renewal notice you received by mail in November OR download and print the Dues Payment Form from www.
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Fill out the Online Rewewal Form presented online and you will be transfered to PayPal to pay either by credit card or your bank account. Seasons Greetings, As we approach the end of the year, it is a good time to reflect on the year gone by and appreciate our blessings, family, friends, Scotties and country.
We are fortunate to be living at a time and in a location where our primary concern is not survival from day to day. The end of the year is a good time to consider giving to those organizations that improve our communities and the longevity of our Scotties.
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As you make your decisions, I hope you will include the STCA Health Trust Fund among your beneficiaries, as this is the leading sponsor of research contributing to advances in health care and health testing for our Scotties. If you have not already done so, please go one line and complete the health survey so that the HTF will have the data necessary to determine where funds should be directed to do the most good for the breed.
For next year consider making a resolution to take up a new activity for you and your Scottie. If you have a younger Scottie, agility is a good venue as Scotties enjoy the exercise and the bond that will develop between you and your Scottie will far exceed any that will develop as a couch potato.
If you can, Earthdog and Barnhunt are excellent venues as they involve the instincts basic to the character of a Scottie. For older Scotties, consider tracking, as the sense of smell is one of the last to go and the physical demands are minimal. Rally is another activity the appeals to Scotties and is not too strenuous for even the seniors.
Next year we will include articles in the Bagpiper explaining how you can begin training in all of the venues available to Scotties for AKC titling.
You will never know the challenges and rewards of engaging in these activities with your Scotties until you try.
If you want to try, but do not know how to begin, I will be establishing a discussion group after the first of the year open to all Scottie owners who want to get involved and to those who are already active who can give guidance, encouragement and possible training sites available in any given area. This little girl has done it all by such a young age. She is a delight to live with and smiles a lot.
She is a wonderful, silly companion and is very loving. IKC was the first dog show I ever showed at in conformation, I did obedience before19 years ago.
It was an honor to have Gene do most of the talking for the 'Meet the Breed' Kromfohrlander exhibit! He shared wonderful stories of meeting breed creator Ilsa Schleifenbaum's relatives in Germany.
Cummings' home in suburban Chicago. There we met his remaining 'old lady' Kromis, Amber and Angel both totally shorthaired Kromis, an increasingly rare coat variety of this breed.
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He showed us a variety of articles he'd collected through the years about the Kromfohrlanders and told us some more breed-related stories. Then we had a nice visit at his sister's home, where his most recent imported girls, Ina and Inca, live.
Breeding possibilities with the girls were discussed and his sister has decided to not breed them. Birch and pine trees, little red houses, familiar looking people.
Except for the language, I could swear I was home in Michigan the highest population of Finns outside of Finland! I was invited to judge a breed match held by the Finnish Kromfohrlander Club, during the Kromfohrlander Camp at the charming Vastankvarn Farm near port village Inkoo close to the Baltic Sea in late July, There were several events such as agility, and obedience and each day ended with a sausage barbeque and, of course, sauna!
I have loved the sauna since I was a kid, traveling up north with my family. We kids would always sit and cook ourselves in the saunas at every random motel. I did not realize until this trip how beneficial the sauna is.
My hip arthritis was reduced, my skin got better and my breathing improved. I started looking for a small sauna as soon as I was home, thinking it will probably help the laryngitis next time I have it after a cold! Even the food was familiar to me, as I'd learned to make some Scandinavian style food many years ago from a good friend, who is from Sweden.
With my longtime Scandinavian connections, this was my first time actually going there and I was very comfortable in friendly Finland.
I flew out from Washington, DC so as to have a shorter flight and less expensive ticket. The most important part of the trip was bringing back Krumme Furche Hummer, a sweet, stoic little boy who was a very pleasant travel companion! He was a perfect passenger! Foundation Stock Service-recorded breeds were given space on a bench to display breed-related decor and, of course, DOGS!
We gave 2 'About the Breed' speeches each day, while Felix and Frankie performed their tricks, especially hula-hoop jumping. They met lots of new friends and were the stars of the show! Kromis in the USA I thought a shorter flight there may be easier on the puppies than to fly all the way to Detroit, my closest airport.
We had some fun around the Virginia area, despite some post-common cold laryngitis, and we stayed at the home of my friend Michele Fitzgerald Flywire Berger Picards and Ibizan Hounds in the mountains. While I was there, another friend met up with me so I could transport one of her American Hairless Terrier puppies to his new home in Michigan. The Kromi boys had a blast in the hotel room along the way with their 'naked' friend!