oh Lynn! when my arms are tired of lifting my 10 pounder up and down the steps I often say the same thing !
Well you made the right decision!!! Buffy is my social butterfly and even "she" was overwhelmed with all the excitment and dogs. The hubby went with me and we had a big stroller that they all fit in so he would take them back to the room and allow them to roam around a bit and I think that helped a lot to keep their stress down. So enjoy the pictures and love on that beautiful "Lady."I couldn't go to Nationals this year because at 14.5 years old, it would be too stressful to take Lady and too stressful to leave her. Atlanta is so close to me, I was very disappointed at first. Then I looked at Miss Lady and realized I had the most beautiful Maltese right next to me! Who needs to go look at show dogs?
That is so funny :HistericalSmiley::HistericalSmiley::HistericalSmiley:. Ty is a the best...balls or no balls.Oh, Lynn. More to love of scrumptious Tillie. :wub:
All these posts are bringing tears to my eyes. Tears of joy for how sweet it is to have the unconditional love of our fluffs and they, our unconditional love as well. I think that beats any prizes or ribbons too.
On the lighter side, my DH made me laugh yesterday when i told him about meeting Tyler's half sister Edie, a successful-show dog at Nationals, he said to me, "Tyler must be thinking. 'I could have been a contender. If only I had the balls'." :HistericalSmiley::HistericalSmiley:You know little Ty had undescended testicles. I just burst out laughing, and am so happy he isn't a show dog, or I wouldn't have him. :wub::wub: