Posts tagged "Border Collie"

Camp Dogwood, A DogGone Good Time

So what do people who attend dog camp look like? Most are in this group photo (though not having a wide angle lense, with apologies, I missed a few folks and some dogs).
If you love dogs, and visiting with others who love dogs -  Camp Dogwood camp sessions will make you wag your tail. Check out these images and you’ll get a sense of what it’s all about (photos shot May 28 and 29) 

Legendary Dog Trainer Reveals Her Truth, How a Service Dog Has Changed Her Life

By Steve Dale In her 27th book, legendary dog trainer Carol Lea Benjamin comes out of the closet. For friends and neighbors in New York’s Greenwich Village, it isn’t news to see Benjamin walking down the street with a service dog. Still, some might assume Benjamin is training the dog for someone else. In fact,... Read more »

Dogs Making a Run at Cats in the U.K.

In America, there are more pet cats than dogs (90 million cats, 77 million dogs, according to the American Pet Products Association) for many years, and it’s also been that way in the United Kingdom. Dogs have nearly caught cats as the most popular pet in the United Kingdom However, the dogs are now making... Read more »
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Bark for Chicago's Astounding Dog Show

Carl Auslander and Sindy Schneider of the IKC present the Best in Show honors with BIS judge Liepmann to CH. Casablanca's Thrilling Seduction
The International Kennel Club of Chicago dog show is one of the best in the nation for the dogs, and most important for people who attend. Being a benched show, you can walk up and down aisles and meet the canine athletes. Aside from the conformation competition – which leads to Best in Show –... Read more »

Britain's Got Talent, and Also A Canine Fred Astaire

A non-human could win Britian’s Got Talent: Here is Gin a dancing dog…(post compliments of Facebook Fan Pat L.)

Images from Big Dog Show

The International Kennel Club of Chicago Dog Show was February 27, 28 at McCormick Place. I walked around with my camera, and share the images with you from this wonderful and prestigious benched show (a benched show means dogs must hang out – and spectators can meet the participants).
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