I thought it's about time I introduced Bramble ( Rainstall Balladen Horizon ) to you all. I have been reading the blog for a while now and have met a few of you bloggers and your beautiful dogs at some of the north east shows. I would like to thank Eileen and Derek who i met last year for all their patience, time, and effort spent showing me how to groom a bedlington. Many,Many thanks to you both.
Bramble is my first Bedlington my other dogs have been a border terrier, Labrador X whippet and two of her pups, and a whippet. After finding out I'm allergic to some dogs ( amongst other things ) I decided ( after seeing photo's of a friend’s bedlington X ) and researching the breed, that was the breed for me. Bramble is very intelligent ( well I think so ) can be very stubborn, independent, and I love him to bits!! He will be 2 in July so I suppose he's still learning, but will not walk to heel on his lead ( my fault, I curse the day I used an extendable lead ) but he doesn't pull as much on the way back home after his walks, ( he probably isn't too keen to get home as he loves being out in the park and on his walks.) The first photo is Bramble taken about a month ago.
The second photo was taken yesterday at Pelaw. From left to right: Rhonda with Shaun and Dolly, Me with Bramble, and Billy with Isaac.
Isaac came first, bramble second, unknown third. I look forward to reading further posts on the blog and will post again soon. Karen and Bramble.
Karen and Bramble welcome to the blog! Thank you so much for writing and sending us the photos, we always love having new friends join in bedlingtonpictures. Bramble looks lovely with a real cheeky expression on his face in the photo. A very well done for your second place at Pelaw, as you know we are all a very friendly bunch and only to pleased to help those new to the world showing or any other activity you may wish to try. Do write again soon.