Friday, 22 July 2011

Looking from the showfield across the river, hidden by the hedge, towards a hotel and the top part of Kelso abbey among the trees.

It was so hot that the dogs (and some people) had to have shade between classes. These fishing tents were very popular.

If only it were always like this!

Some of the papillon judging.

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1 comment:

Mokurai said...

What ..the people?

We have owned Papillon's since about 2005 and have never had the courage to exhibit them in a show. I suspect we have two show type males, and before we had her fixed nine months ago, a female that may have performed well in shows too. Now it is her 2nd to last litter...of one.... that has taken over her job of being mother. Sometimes we register the pups, but usually no one is interested in showing or having registered pups so have stopped doing it...same price on the Trading Post eh. Oh.... we are Kiwis living in Australia. Joseph Alexander GOVAN came to Auckland in December 1864 on the Helenslee from the ship building town of Govan, Scotland.


Warren C. O. Power.