Bedlington Pictures is closed but the blog will be left on line for you to enjoy the archives and 13 years of Crufts photos. Thanks for your visit. Lesley and Jon.
Go go go, Billybob!!!!!Love Anija ;0)
Well done Billybob!Is he the first puppy of the litter to compete?
Harry says "That's my boy". First step on the way to Westminster success and perhaps even Crufts.
At most shows your dog has got to be 6 months old before you can enter-so Billybob will have been the first to be shown -not even 4 months and a win under his belt.
Please can someone let me know the shoulder height of their pup-Isla doesn't seem to be growing.
Tina, dont know if i'm measuring at the right spot, but briagha is 11.5 inches to where the shoulder meets the base of the neck.
I messured Anija now. She was 15 weeks yesterday, and is about 12 inches tall.
MARK, (or somebody who knows him): please contact me by email. Have important information, if you are still interested in Dahl Jensen.
Thankyou -Isla is about right-thought she had stunted.
Hi Nina, have mailed you.It is snowing very heavily here on the North East coast.
Well done Billy
well done billy
well done billy.i should hope you did win, you were the only entry in puppy dog.been to SELBY GAME FAIR today blue decided to strut his stuff and came 2nd in rough coated dog under 12 months, and it was out of a class of 6!not bad in only his second show!?
Well done Blue & Matthew! A better day for you today, good stuff.
well done mattey and blue,wish i could of seen your face mattey, but was at a show as you no, when is blues next show
wheres the report for todays show Dawn?
Well done Matthew and Blue!You had to have a dig about Billybob being the oonly puppy!!!
i was only stating how many were in each class, like all good show results do.lolmw
how many were there in each class?how many classes for bedlingtons?
8 or 9 bedlingtons.pup dog, pup bitch, bed bitch.mw
if i take the time and effort to turn up at shows i think i deserve all i get.Envy can be a positive motivator. Let it inspire you to work harder for what you want. Robert Bringle
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