We’re All the Puli Lady

I didn’t actually witness the goings on about the Westminster Puli lady, however I have seen and witnessed similar happenings and felt that this blog article was a good reminder to us all to be kind to other breeders and exhibitors. We are all in this together and it’s time we remembered to honor that and stop the nasty behavior that drives so many away from this sport.

Kaleidoscope Cardigan Welsh Corgis

RANT WARNING.  If swearing offends you, please look away and spare your pearls the clutching.

Westminster Kennel Club’s annual show is upon us, a time when the best and brightest of the dog fancy are on display for the world to see.  Unfortunately, while the best and brightest dogs are enjoying the spotlight, some people choose to display their not-best and certainly not-brightest character traits.  This blog post is for you.

Herding was the fourth group up last night, and when the Puli was presented by a lady who happened to be wearing a yellow tracksuit and sneakers, some people took to social media to make fun of her and what she was wearing.  You know who you are.  You’re the same people who bitch about the judges looking at the handlers instead of the dogs.  Hypocrite much?

There could have been any number of reasons for this lady to be…

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2 thoughts on “We’re All the Puli Lady”

  1. I own and co-own 2 dogs that are being shown right now, and neither of them by me. I have told both parties responsible for showing these dogs, that they’re supposed to be “invisible”! They’re there to present the DOG, and not distract the judge or display their fondness or size of their wardrobe.
    I didn’t see the Puli Lady, but a good judge SHOULD have ignored her, unless there was a deliberate issue with her handling of the dog.


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