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Tibetan Terriers - week 9Updated : 22/02/2017

SHEILA Atter’s article in DW, Feb 17 on ‘The overscrupulous puppy buyer’ was interesting and I’m sure struck a chord with many of us. While we are all anxious that our puppies should go to a permanent loving home, we are not enamoured with the over efficient buyer who comes with a clipboard, a long li...

Tibetan Terriers - week 8Updated : 17/02/2017

WHEN I saw that ITV were going to do a series of three programmes on the Secret Life of Dogs  I was some somewhat sceptical as to the subject matter. However, this series is well researched and well balanced and there is little of the nonsense we have seen in previous programmes. There were even two or three Tibetan Ter...

Tibetan Terriers - week 7Updated : 09/02/2017

MORE SUCCESS around the open shows. At Rugby Barry Blunden gave Tony and Veronica Green’s Ergonox Abella A Gift from Lost Valley to Verony, bred my Miss L Niclasen, BOB. ‘Bernice’ is only 13 months old and went on to G1 under Carolyne Scott. Their puppy V Vini Vidi Vici, owner bred, was BP and PG4.  &...

Tibetan Terriers - week 6Updated : 01/02/2017

IT’S A comparatively long break now before Crufts. Years ago I would be at an open show on every Saturday and every Sunday and if there were none, then there would be numerous ‘exemption’ shows to choose from. The latter had good judges – breed judges and some championship show judges. You took your c...

Tibetan Terriers - week 5Updated : 27/01/2017

MANCHESTER was held over four days at the Staffordshire County Showground and our day was the Friday. There was an entry of 125 TTs for our judge Fiona Whitehead. It was a cold and frosty morning with some patchy fog but traffic was good on the whole, although I believe there was an accident on one route and a few people mis...

Tibetan Terriers - week 4Updated : 18/01/2017

AT BOSTON, Mark James and Glenn Davies’ young import Barnstorm Waterley United by Dezine (Ch B Sim-Pa Caught On The Fly by D ex Ch B Becuz I’m Wicked by D), bred by Myer and Allway, won the puppy stakes where there were 92 entries from the hound/utility groups. This was certainly a fine achievement. The judge was...

Tibetan Terriers - week 3Updated : 11/01/2017

BOSTON took place at the Peterborough showground, over four days. Our day was Saturday, so there were no problems trafficewise and it was one of my shortest journeys.      Emily Hadlow was our judge and she had drawn an entry of 145 from 108 dogs. As is becoming the norm, Tibetan Terriers had drawn mor...

Tibetan Terriers - week 2Updated : 05/01/2017

A HAPPY and successful year to you and your dogs. There have been a number of successes at open shows since LKA, but it’s often difficult to find out the results if I’m not informed. You can leave messages on my phone numbers (below). I need the name of the show, the name of your dog and the awards and the name(s...

Tibetan Terriers - week 1Updated : 29/12/2016

IN SOME ways I find it a relief when all the festivities are over and we can get back to normal, enjoying our dogs and sorting them out. “What are you doing on Boxing day?” comes the question, “well, I might bath a dog, tidy one up, or clip one off!” Time was when we rushed around, collected the bags ...

Tibetan Terriers - week 52Updated : 19/12/2016

I HOPE you all had a lovely Christmas and that if you had a tree then that the dogs left it alone at least until after Boxing Day!      Here are your judges for the coming year, with only a few who are not yet confirmed: Crufts Tracey Leese; Boston Emily Hadlow; Manchester Fiona Whitehead; WELKS Barry ...

Tibetan Terriers - week 51Updated : 15/12/2016

IT WAS a good journey to the NEC, Birmingham, from the South with little or no rain, for LKA. So we were able to arrive in the halls without getting soaked, in contrast the homeward journey was like an endless cloudburst. I fairly aquaplaned home, losing all vision if a heavy lorry passed.      Our jud...

Tibetan Terriers - week 50Updated : 08/12/2016

WE LEFT home at 5am for BUBA and I had a good run through, arriving at the showground at 8.30am. This year we were in what has become our customary place on the corner of the main hall – convenient for access through the side doors. However, it does mean that unless you have entered the stakes classes in the central ri...

Tibetan Terriers - week 49Updated : 02/12/2016

AS CHRISTMAS approaches I have already heard of a number of TT owners of pets and show dogs who have decided not to have a tree this year because of the hassle it brings, as, if your Tibetan Terrier is like ours, forever mischievous, the objects on the tree are a powerful magnet not to be ignored. Silver balls, little parcel...

Tibetan Terriers - week 48Updated : 28/11/2016

THERE’S nothing like the hobby of showing dogs to speed the year along. Only two more championship shows before Christmas and we are already entering shows in January – then there’s Crufts and in the post this week I received the schedule for the National in May.      Many exhibitors ...

Tibetan Terriers - week 47Updated : 17/11/2016

I HAVE just got back from the vet where one of our oldies (15) had been called in for a ‘pill check’. He has been on the same pills for eight years, he eats well and sleep a lot, trotting out when the weather’s good and warm and keeping under cover, covered in vet-bed when it’s raining or cooler. &...

Tibetan Terriers - week 46Updated : 11/11/2016

THE TTA held its open show which was a well attended show, with 156 dogs making 181 entries for Cheryl Johnson (Khades). We shared half the hall with German Spitz, Klein and Mittel and it worked quite well.      At the beginning of the show there was a minutes’ silence for Pam Davis who had recen...

Tibetan Terriers - week 45Updated : 02/11/2016

AT MIDLAND Counties our day was Friday and traffic at the Staffordshire County Showground was reasonable, but as usual the return journey was exhausting for many with the numerous traffic jams that the weekend brings.      Our judge was Lee Cox and he had attracted an entry of 111. We were second in th...

Tibetan Terriers - week 44Updated : 28/10/2016

THE TTBOC single breed open show was held at Weeden Bec Village Hall, Northants. There was a good entry of 77 dogs making an entry of 104 for the two judges, Aimee Vernall doing dogs and Markus Gisslen from Sweden doing bitches. Judi Hadlington was the show manager and it was a smoothly run show with a pleasant relaxed atmos...

Tibetan Terriers - week 43Updated : 21/10/2016

THE TTBOC single breed open show was held at Weeden Bec Village Hall, Northants. There was a good entry of 77 dogs making an entry of 104 for the two judges, Aimee Vernall doing dogs and Markus Gisslen from Sweden doing bitches. Judi Hadlington was the show manager and it was a smoothly run show with a pleasant relaxed atmos...

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