Dog Breed – TW Labradors http://twlabradors.com/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 18:40:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://twlabradors.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/tw-labradors-icon-150x150.jpg Dog Breed – TW Labradors http://twlabradors.com/ 32 32 These 7 New CT Laws Can Change Your Life Oct. 1 https://twlabradors.com/these-7-new-ct-laws-can-change-your-life-oct-1/ Sat, 01 Oct 2022 12:59:37 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/these-7-new-ct-laws-can-change-your-life-oct-1/ CONNECTICUT — A slew of new laws will take effect Oct. 1, and many of them could have life-altering consequences for some residents. Dogs should be provided with adequate shelter if left outside for more than 15 minutes in certain adverse weather conditions. Conditions include: when the National Weather Service issues a weather advisory or […]]]>

CONNECTICUT — A slew of new laws will take effect Oct. 1, and many of them could have life-altering consequences for some residents.

Dogs should be provided with adequate shelter if left outside for more than 15 minutes in certain adverse weather conditions. Conditions include: when the National Weather Service issues a weather advisory or warning or in extreme heat or cold. The breed, size and other conditions of the dog may be taken into consideration to determine if a dog’s health and safety could be affected.

The law does not apply when a dog is accompanied by a person under the same conditions.

Dogs should be given drinking water at least twice in a 24 hour period while attached to an object. Dogs cannot be tethered for more than 15 minutes when the NWS issues a weather advisory or warning, and the size and thickness of the dog’s coat may be taken into account.


Firearm Background Check Failure Notification

The law requires the chief of police, or a similar official, to be notified if a resident of their city fails a criminal background check while attempting to purchase a firearm.


Timely reporting by police of a death

Requires duty officers to notify the next of kin of a deceased person of the death as soon as possible, but within 24 hours of identifying the deceased.


Online Dating

Online dating companies must give Connecticut users awareness notifications, such as if they run criminal background checks.

The law also created a grant program to prevent online abuse and provide educational opportunities on how to identify, report and avoid online abuse.


Hospital billing

Laws that cover hospital billing practices will also cover entities owned or affiliated with hospitals.

Some of the prohibitions include:

  • Collect more than the cost of providing health care services from uninsured people.
  • Refer some patients to debt collection.
  • Pursue debt collection efforts in certain situations where the patient may be eligible for debt reduction.

Summons of the jury

Jury convening procedures were changed in July to reflect the number of people from each city who complied. At this time, a replacement summons is sent to another prospective juror in the same postal code when a summons comes back as undeliverable.

The Jury Administrator’s Office will begin compiling data from October 1 on the number of summoned jurors from each city who have complied with the summons. Calls that go out on or after October 1 will also have additional demographic questions regarding gender and other demographic information.


child mMental Health

May 26 is officially Get Out and Play for Children’s Mental Health Day in Connecticut. “Appropriate” exercises must take place in public schools on this day, or the nearest school day if it falls on a weekend.

The law also allows municipalities to establish a property tax abatement for property or part of property that is used as a child care center or group home for children.

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The purchase of the Isabel II dog breed has increased in Spain https://twlabradors.com/the-purchase-of-the-isabel-ii-dog-breed-has-increased-in-spain/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 02:24:26 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/the-purchase-of-the-isabel-ii-dog-breed-has-increased-in-spain/ The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II of England at the age of 96 left a wealth of images and information for later. Having met 16 UK Prime Ministers, traveled to over 100 countries and over 25 dogs throughout its life, the Corgi breed marked a before and after. At the foot of Windsor Castle, where […]]]>

The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II of England at the age of 96 left a wealth of images and information for later. Having met 16 UK Prime Ministers, traveled to over 100 countries and over 25 dogs throughout its life, the Corgi breed marked a before and after.

At the foot of Windsor Castle, where the remains of Britain’s oldest monarch were transferred, the bodies of Elizabeth II awaited the funeral procession of Muick and Sandy. The dogs will be welcomed by their son, Prince Andrew, and his ex-wife, the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson.

In Spain, more than 2,000 kilometers from British lands, many Corgi breeders tell ECD that interest in the breed has increased dramatically.

Carlos Francello, owner of Andalusian kennel Dreamcorgis, told ECD he saw a rapid increase in dog sales after Isabel II’s death. “It was amazing, before they called two people a week and when the queen died there were 12 calls in the days that followed.” He pointed out that the series The Crown, which chronicles the life of the emperor, has also helped raise awareness of the dog.

In Antequera, where this pioneer kennel in Andalusia is located, he has been selling dogs for almost 10 years. At first, he reports, it was difficult to find customers because it was an unidentified dog, but more information has been seen about this breed with the television series.

Frankelo says that before Elizabeth II died, most of her customers were foreigners, but not English. “A lot of Russians, Portuguese and French. If there were Spaniards, it was because their partner was a foreigner. Dogs cost around 1500/2000 euros. “He’s a great companion dog. Before that, I had a short waiting list of eight people. Now they’re over 40.

Another hatchery consulted by this newspaper reports that sales are also skyrocketing due to the season. “Dogs are sometimes sold. We sell other breeds and this one is sold out especially for Christmas.”

The corgi is a short and small dog, but with a strong body. His face resembles that of a fox. Its coat is smooth, waterproof of medium length and can be presented in red, sable, cinnamon, black and brown, with equally variable white markings. Adult dogs of this breed usually measure between 25 and 30 cm. Males weigh 10-12 kg and females 9-11 kg.

There are two types of Corgi dogs: Welsh Corgi Pembroke and Welsh Corgi Cardigan. Its origins go back, as particular pages indicate that the existence of the corgi is attested in the year 920 AD. vs. In theory, these animals were used to guide cattle.

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Vet Reveals 5 Dog Breeds He Would Never Choose https://twlabradors.com/vet-reveals-5-dog-breeds-he-would-never-choose/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 21:48:00 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/vet-reveals-5-dog-breeds-he-would-never-choose/ Adorable dachshunds. Funny face pugs. Sweet Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. They may be loved by their human families, but all have made a list of the top five dog breeds that a British vet says he would never have owned. Ben Simpson-Vernon, a small animal vet in Chigwell, England, runs the Ben the Vet TikTok […]]]>

Adorable dachshunds. Funny face pugs. Sweet Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. They may be loved by their human families, but all have made a list of the top five dog breeds that a British vet says he would never have owned.

Ben Simpson-Vernon, a small animal vet in Chigwell, England, runs the Ben the Vet TikTok account. Her September 22 post has been viewed more than 6 million times in just four days, and it’s no surprise. This gets into a controversial topic involving dog breeds that many people own and love. Simpson-Vernon discusses the five dog breeds he would never choose, as a veterinarian, and some very popular breeds made his list.

“Remember, this is ultimately my opinion,” he warns before starting. “You may disagree.”

@ben.the.vet 5 Dog Breeds I Could Never Own As A Vet #dogsoftiktok#learnontiktok#veterinary#benthevet♬ Waiting For Heartache – BLVKSHP

Chow chow

The fluffy, sturdy chow-chow, long a favorite of Martha Stewart, makes the list. Simpson-Vernon says he’s sure there are good examples of the breed, but he often finds they “don’t have a very good temperament, they can be really aloof and they’re often very aggressive in the breed.” veterinary”. Eye problems are often a problem with this dog, he says.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Don’t tell the new King of England, but the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel made the list. Simpson-Vernon admits that “they are the most beautiful dogs” and that he would probably have one of his own if it weren’t for all the health issues. A heart condition called mitral valve disease is common, making their last days difficult as they struggle to breathe.

Dachshunds

Dachshunds are “really adorable dogs,” Simpson-Vernon says, but “one in four develop back problems in their lifetime.” These range from pain to paralysis, often requiring spine surgery.

Shar Pei

The wrinkled Shar Pei breed even has a disease named after it – Shar Pei fever. And their signature wrinkles also cause health issues, as Simpson-Vernon notes some of them have to have their eyelids “stuck in place” so the hair doesn’t rub on their eyes. They also frequently have skin issues, and Simpson-Vernon says they “often try to bite off the faces of all the (veterinary) staff.”

pugs, french bulldogs, bulldogs

The #1 dog on the list isn’t just a breed, but essentially “any flat-faced or brachycephalic breed of dog,” such as a French Bulldog, Bulldog, or Pug. (Singer Lady Gaga owns two French bulldogs, who were dognapped and returned unscathed in 2021.) “They’re so prone to so many problems,” he says, mentioning spinal problems, skin problems, and eye problems. More than half of these dogs need a C-section to give birth because the pup’s head and shoulders are too big for the mother to give birth any other way. Simpson-Vernon also wrote about the woes of brachycephalic dogs on her site, Vet Reality Check.

I reached out to Simpson-Vernon to ask what type of dog breeds he recommends. Although I haven’t heard back yet, a post on his blog gives some insight. He writes that his own parents asked him to recommend a breed of dog and ended up having a mixed-breed or pooch puppy.

“(The longer) I have been a veterinarian, the more evident it has become that a purebred dog is, by default, generally less healthy,” he writes. “I am by no means saying that a dog of no fixed breed will ever get sick. Nor am I saying that every purebred dog will live an unhealthy life. But unfortunately many do. I know this because I deal with them every day.”

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Montrose woman charged with animal abuse https://twlabradors.com/montrose-woman-charged-with-animal-abuse/ Fri, 23 Sep 2022 14:22:42 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/montrose-woman-charged-with-animal-abuse/ A Montrose woman is accused of leaving dogs locked in a hot trailer without food or water. Pennsylvania State Police said they were called about the dogs on September 8 and found the animals were severely malnourished. Makayla Kingston, 26, is charged with animal cruelty. Kathy Whyte/WNBF NewsKathy Whyte/WNBF News Soldiers removed the dogs that […]]]>

A Montrose woman is accused of leaving dogs locked in a hot trailer without food or water.

Pennsylvania State Police said they were called about the dogs on September 8 and found the animals were severely malnourished.

Makayla Kingston, 26, is charged with animal cruelty.

Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

Soldiers removed the dogs that were locked in the hot trailer from State Route 706 and US Highway 11 at 4:27 p.m. on a day when outside temperatures, according to the Weatherunderground website, peaked in the mid-70s No information was provided on the temperature inside the trailer or how long the dogs were locked up without proper care. Temperatures throughout the summer across the Twin Tiers, including New Milford Township in Susquehanna County where the dogs were found, have been unusually warm.

Pennsylvania State Police said after removing the starving dogs from the trailer, they were taken to Griffin Pond Animal Shelter.

Experts at the rescue center found that the dogs had numerous medical issues ‘due to being malnourished for an extended period of time’.

The state police news release did not say how many dogs were found in the home, if there were any deceased dogs or if there were other animals on the property.

Media reported that there were two abandoned dogs in the trailer. Both should survive.

Authorities say that after determining Kingston was the owner of the dogs, felony charges were filed on September 20.

It is unclear whether the animals will remain housed at the Griffin Pond Animal Sanctuary or will be put up for adoption.

RANKED: Here are the 63 smartest dog breeds

Is the breed of your trusty pup on the list? Read on to see if you’ll be bragging to the neighbors about your dog’s intellectual prowess the next time you walk your fur baby. Don’t worry: Even if your dog’s breed isn’t on the list, it doesn’t mean he’s not a good boy – some traits just can’t be measured.

Keep watching: Find out what 50 of America’s most popular dog breeds look like as puppies.

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Airbnb in Kennewick offers exciting adventures with alpacas https://twlabradors.com/airbnb-in-kennewick-offers-exciting-adventures-with-alpacas/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 22:12:26 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/airbnb-in-kennewick-offers-exciting-adventures-with-alpacas/ You can have an exciting time in Kennewick with alpacas! If you have company coming to visit, or want an exciting weekend to yourself, with friendly alpacas, there’s a place to do it! And it’s here, in Tri-Cities! You are invited to stay at a working alpaca farm, where they raise very rare and exquisite […]]]>

You can have an exciting time in Kennewick with alpacas!

If you have company coming to visit, or want an exciting weekend to yourself, with friendly alpacas, there’s a place to do it! And it’s here, in Tri-Cities!

You are invited to stay at a working alpaca farm, where they raise very rare and exquisite Suri Alpacas and livestock guard dogs, chickens and bees at this beautiful property in Kennewick, WA . It’s an Airbnb!

According to Airbnb’s official listing:

You will stay in luxury in a private studio adjoining the boutique/studio. This newly renovated space will accommodate four adults. Customers are invited to stroll the grounds and then visit the “Fuzzy Wuzzy”, our fiber/leather arts studio and shop where we sell a variety of handcrafted items.

You’ll love the high ceilings and comfortable repurposed “farmhouse style” furniture.

There is a wonderful kitchenette equipped with all the essentials as well as a large fridge and microwave, where you can prepare snacks or meals. there is also a full size washer and dryer for your convenience.

It will be a fun and exciting time to meet all the friendly alpacas, livestock guard dogs, free range chickens, birds and bees. You will love exploring the orchard where a variety of fresh fruit is available in season.

For all the details and to book an amazing stay, click the button below.

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RANKED: Here are the 63 smartest dog breeds

Is the breed of your faithful pup on the list? Read on to see if you’ll be bragging to the neighbors about your dog’s intellectual prowess the next time you walk your fur baby. Don’t worry: Even if your dog’s breed isn’t on the list, it doesn’t mean he’s not a good boy – some traits just can’t be measured.

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Hollister Dog Theft Victim Says Stolen French Bulldog Was Pregnant https://twlabradors.com/hollister-dog-theft-victim-says-stolen-french-bulldog-was-pregnant/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 21:04:00 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/hollister-dog-theft-victim-says-stolen-french-bulldog-was-pregnant/ Amanda Hightower is desperate to get her stolen French bulldog Milani back. The 11-month-old puppy was stolen from her home on Thursday in an armed robbery that left the Hollister wife mentally shaken and physically bruised. Hollister police say the robbery happened around 11.30am Thursday from a house in Teresita Court. Security footage shows two […]]]>

Amanda Hightower is desperate to get her stolen French bulldog Milani back. The 11-month-old puppy was stolen from her home on Thursday in an armed robbery that left the Hollister wife mentally shaken and physically bruised. Hollister police say the robbery happened around 11.30am Thursday from a house in Teresita Court. Security footage shows two masked men exiting the front door with the dog in their hands, after waving the owner at gunpoint and attacking her. Hightower believes the attack was pre-planned, explaining that she only left for a few minutes Thursday morning before returning for a forgotten item. on the floor, ‘don’t move’, you know, insulting me, and I was trying to defend myself, I was trying to grab the hoodies, and he got mad so he hit me with the gun to his face,” Hightower said. Hollister’s wife said the thieves entered through the back door and one of them was holding the dog when she got home. home invasion. The dog is worth $7,000. The animal has a rare merle coat and is pregnant. In recent years, the growing popularity of the French bulldog breed has driven the price of pets to thousands of dollars per dog. Hightower believes the men sent her home after finding out Milani was waiting in line.” It was posted on my Instagram breeding page and it was a public page for people to see, in case they would be interested in one of the puppies so anyone could have seen it,” Hightower said. The page has since been taken down but not by Hi ghtower. According to her, Instagram shut down the account over the weekend after receiving complaints. Hightower believes the thieves may have flagged her page after she began posting about Milani’s theft. Milani is far from the first stolen French bulldog. Animals can easily cost between $1,500 and $5,000. The price tag has made animals the target of thieves, notably when Lady Gaga’s dog walker was shot dead and her two Frenchies were stolen in 2021. One of the factors in the price of these dogs is the cost of reproduction of the breeding of French bulldogs. Animals cannot reproduce naturally, artificial insemination and cesarean sections are necessary in most cases. Hightower worries that the men who took Milani won’t see the veterinary care she needs for a safe birth. “I’m extremely concerned that most of these people don’t care about these dogs or their well-being, so they’ll just try to set them free, and the puppies will most likely die, just like the mother,” says Hightower. Hightower showed Milani’s photo to area vets in hopes of finding her dog. The thieves were driving a silver Chevy Malibu when they left his home. The car had paper dealer plates from Gold Star Buick GMC in Salinas, but Hollister police say these could have been fake or stolen to conceal the car’s real plates or lack thereof.

Amanda Hightower is desperate to get her stolen French bulldog Milani back. The 11-month-old puppy was stolen from her home on Thursday in an armed robbery that left the Hollister wife mentally shaken and physically bruised.

instagramAmanda HighTower

Amanda Hightower after thieves beat her and stole her $7,000 French bulldog

Hollister police say the robbery happened around 11.30am Thursday from a house in Teresita Court. Security footage shows two masked men exiting the front door with the dog in their hands, after waving the owner at gunpoint and attacking her.

Hightower believes the attack was pre-planned, explaining that she only left for a few minutes Thursday morning before returning for a forgotten item.

“I surprised them when I walked in the door, so they attacked me and they kept telling me to stay on the ground, ‘don’t move’, you know, insulting me, and I was trying to defend myself, I was trying to grab the hoodies, and he got mad so he hit me with the gun in the face,” Hightower said.

Hollister’s wife said the thieves entered through the back door and one of them was holding the dog when she returned home.

“I said ‘please don’t take my dog, please don’t take my dog,'” Hightower said of the home invasion.

The dog is worth $7,000. The animal has a rare merle coat and is pregnant. In recent years, the growing popularity of the French Bulldog breed has driven the price of pets to thousands of dollars per dog. Hightower believes the men sent her home after discovering Milani was waiting in line.

milani the french bulldog robbed at gunpoint thursday in hollister

Property of HearstAmanda HighTower

Stolen French Bulldog Milani Has A Rare Merle Coat

“It was posted on my Instagram breeding page and it was a public page for people to see, in case they were interested in one of the puppies, so anyone could have seen it,” said said Hightower.

The page has since been taken down, but not by Hightower. According to her, Instagram shut down the account over the weekend after receiving complaints. Hightower believes the thieves may have flagged her page after she began posting about Milani’s theft.

Milani is far from the first stolen French bulldog. Animals can easily cost between $1,500 and $5,000. The price tag has made animals the target of thieves, including when Lady Gaga’s dog walker was shot dead and her two Frenchies were stolen in 2021.

One of the factors in the price of these dogs is the cost of breeding French bulldogs. Animals cannot reproduce naturally, artificial insemination and cesarean sections are necessary in most cases.

Hightower worries that the men who took Milani won’t see the veterinary care she needs for a safe birth.

“I’m extremely concerned that most of these people don’t care about these dogs or their well-being, so they’ll just try to set them free, and the puppies will most likely die, just like the mother,” says Hightower.

Hightower showed Milani’s photo to area vets in hopes of finding her dog.

The thieves were driving a silver Chevy Malibu when they left his home. The car had paper dealer plates from Gold Star Buick GMC in Salinas, but Hollister police say these could have been fake or stolen to conceal the car’s real plates or lack thereof.

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New Jersey is the most gym-obsessed state in the nation https://twlabradors.com/new-jersey-is-the-most-gym-obsessed-state-in-the-nation/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 20:55:58 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/new-jersey-is-the-most-gym-obsessed-state-in-the-nation/ New research released this week shows that New Jersey is the most gym-obsessed state in the nation. The survey conducted by fitness experts Fitness Volt using Google trends and other collected data shows that New Jersey ranks high in overall totals with points awarded for commitment to going to the gym. Google searches online for […]]]>

New research released this week shows that New Jersey is the most gym-obsessed state in the nation.

The survey conducted by fitness experts Fitness Volt using Google trends and other collected data shows that New Jersey ranks high in overall totals with points awarded for commitment to going to the gym.

Google searches online for “gyms near me”, number of gym memberships, Google trends for yoga and pilates “near me”, have a gym home sport, get complete workouts and points for people involved in bodybuilding.

New Jersey ranked number one in the nation with a total of 672 points, California and Hawaii ranked 2nd and 3rd respectively with scores of 641 and 639.

To give you an idea of ​​New Jersey’s ranking strength, the least gym-obsessed states include South Dakota, which ranks dead last in the survey with 383 points, and North Dakota and Virginia- Western are also at the bottom of the list.

Instructor taking exercise class at the gym

Catherine Yeulet, Think Stock

A spokesperson for Fitness Volt said that according to the CDC, only 53% of the US population meets physical activity guidelines for aerobic physical activity. This study parallels states that are physically active and participate in gym culture and according to the spokesperson, “New Jersey takes the crown.”

This is the survey that took place after the pandemic, so it’s good to see that New Jersey continues to give a lot of credit to keeping going to the gym and getting healthy.

Writing this article inspired me to get out of my lounge chair and give it another shot. God help me. Congratulations to New Jersey for being number one!

The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 weekend host Big Joe Henry. All opinions expressed are those of Big Joe.

Click here to contact an editor about a comment or correction for this story.

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RANKED: Here are the 63 smartest dog breeds

Is the breed of your trusty pup on the list? Read on to see if you’ll be bragging to the neighbors about your dog’s intellectual prowess the next time you walk your fur baby. Don’t worry: Even if your dog’s breed isn’t on the list, it doesn’t mean he’s not a good boy – some traits just can’t be measured.

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Hit-and-run driver kills horse, injures teenager in Gloucester County https://twlabradors.com/hit-and-run-driver-kills-horse-injures-teenager-in-gloucester-county/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 13:52:06 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/hit-and-run-driver-kills-horse-injures-teenager-in-gloucester-county/ FRANKLIN (Gloucester) – Township police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the driver of a vehicle in a hit and run Tuesday night that killed a horse and injured a teenage rider. A 14-year-old girl from Sicklerville and a 21-year-old man from Camden were each riding their horses along the westbound shoulder of […]]]>

FRANKLIN (Gloucester) – Township police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the driver of a vehicle in a hit and run Tuesday night that killed a horse and injured a teenage rider.

A 14-year-old girl from Sicklerville and a 21-year-old man from Camden were each riding their horses along the westbound shoulder of Monroeville Road at around 7.30pm.

A vehicle believed to be an older model, a light colored van, also traveling west on Monroeville Road, struck the horse and the girl then fled. The truck continued west on Monroeville Road toward Buck Road.

The man and the other horse were not hit or injured.

The girl suffered injuries and was taken to Cooper University Hospital, but her condition is stable.

Sadly, the horse she was riding, which was boarded on a farm in Salem County, died at the scene and was returned to its owner.

Anyone with information regarding the vehicle or the accused driver is asked to contact the Franklin Township Police Department at 856-694-1414.

Jen Ursillo is a reporter and anchor for New Jersey 101.5. You can reach her at jennifer.ursillo@townsquaremedia.com.

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RANKED: Here are the 63 smartest dog breeds

Is the breed of your trusty pup on the list? Read on to see if you’ll be bragging to the neighbors about your dog’s intellectual prowess the next time you walk your fur baby. Don’t worry: Even if your dog’s breed isn’t on the list, it doesn’t mean he’s not a good boy – some traits just can’t be measured.

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West Central Oklahoma Kennel Club – Sunday, September 11, 2022 https://twlabradors.com/west-central-oklahoma-kennel-club-sunday-september-11-2022/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 03:25:39 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/west-central-oklahoma-kennel-club-sunday-september-11-2022/ Show name: Kennel Club of West Central OklahomaLocation: Elk City, OklahomaDate of the show: Sunday, September 11, 2022Total entry: 411Best In Show Judge: Mrs. Anne Savory Bolus Reg Dog: GCHB boss is Hanky ​​Panky at Kingsbury [Bitch]Raising: Welsh Corgi VestResponsible: Lauren McIlwraithOwner: J & D Glenn & C ConnorBreeder: C Connor & M Bossi Jock […]]]>

Show name: Kennel Club of West Central Oklahoma
Location: Elk City, Oklahoma
Date of the show: Sunday, September 11, 2022
Total entry: 411
Best In Show Judge: Mrs. Anne Savory Bolus

Reg Dog: GCHB boss is Hanky ​​Panky at Kingsbury [Bitch]
Raising: Welsh Corgi Vest
Responsible: Lauren McIlwraith
Owner: J & D Glenn & C Connor
Breeder: C Connor & M Bossi

Jock Judge’s name: Mr David Bolus

Total entry: 52
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Reg Dog: GCHB Cajun & Rainsways America Runs On Dunkin [Dog]
Raising: Spaniel (Clumber)
Manager: Ashlie Whitmore
Owner: P Holman & M Cole
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Dog Reg: CH Solvias Tanqueray At Signet [Dog]
Breed: Pointer
Administrator :
Owner: G Speeks & K&D Brown
#3-
Dog Reg: GCH Millsprings Freedom Fighter [Dog]
Breed: Spaniel (English Springer)
Manipulator: Rebecca Gear
Owner: R Swipe
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Dog Reg: Royal Burgess Eggplant [Dog]
Breed: Retriever (Golden)
Administrator :
Owner: E & D Bruce, A Sonnier & M Dishong
Breeder: A Sonnier & M Dishong

Dog Judge’s name: Mrs. Linda Scanlon

Total entry: 65
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Reg Dog: GCHP Starline Windborn Classic [Bitch]
Raising: Whippet
Controller: Lori Wilson-Paust
Owner: J Zolezzi, L Wilson-Paust & J Truitt
Breeder: L Lawrence & L Wilson-Paust
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Dog Reg: GCHB Grandcru Le Pin II [Bitch]
Breed: Greyhound
Manager: Ashlie Whitmore
Owner: D Bahm & A Whitmore
Breeder: M Steele & R Gaudet
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Dog Reg: GCHP Juba Lees Comin Better Hide Your Heart CD BN RE SC CGCA CGCU TKN [Dog]
Breed: Rhodesian Ridgeback
Manager: Jennifer Smith
Owner: J, M & L Smith & K Williams
Breeder: K Williams, C St. George, L & M Smith
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Dog Reg: Foxglen Sanely One Last Dance [Dog]
Breed: Basset Hound
Administrator :
Owner: Mr Helms

Work Judge’s name: Mr David Bolus

Total entry: 36
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Reg Dog: GCHG Mariahs Absence Of Malice Mi Casa [Dog]
Raising: Doberman Pinscher
Manager: Michael Shepherd
Owner: M Bigham & T Marshall
Breeder: T Marshall, K Sanders, C & E Leffler, T Luft & T Stubbs
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Dog Reg: GCHS Timberknolls Golden Bow CGC [Dog]
Race: Newfoundland
Administrator :
Owner: K Bias, B Edds & P Sutherland
Breeder: B Edds & P Southerland
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Dog Reg: CH Pinnacles Deep Eddy [Dog]
Breed: Boxer
Manager: Michael Shepherd
Owner: Dr Schlesinger, M Shepherd & J Lawrence
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Dog Reg: GCH Nikaluks Oh what a circus Che [Dog]
Breed: Siberian Husky
Manager: Robert Chaffin
Owner: E O’Neal & K Wall

Terrier Judge’s name: Mrs. Carolyn A. Herbel

Total entry: 42
#1-
Reg Dog: GCHP Lndis Heavenly Scottish Delight [Dog]
Raising: border terrier
Administrator :
Owner: C Muller, K Vonk & P Lara
Breeder: C Muller & K Vonk
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHG Rockyhills take a chance on me [Dog]
Breed: Miniature Schnauzer
Administrator :
Owner: S Fry
#3-
Dog Reg: CH winner Brush Creek takes it all in Albemi [Dog]
Breed: Lake Terrier
Manager: Jesus Moreno
Owner: A Castro Garnier
#4-
Dog Reg: Borgos Irnbru Malibu [Bitch]
Breed: West Highland White Terrier
Manager: Avery Miller
Owner: C Fowler & D Borgo
Breeder: D Borgo

Toy Judge’s name: Mrs. Carolyn A. Herbel

Total entry: 64
#1-
Reg Dog: GCH Doubletree Touchstone Hot Toddy [Bitch]
Raising: Manchester Terrier Toy
Manager: David Williams
Owner: I Gonzalez, B Jenkins & B Almojera
#2-
Dog Reg: GCH ILove Rhapsody Still Full Of Wisdom [Dog]
Race: Maltese
Administrator :
Owner: C Chan Lee
Breeder: C Chan Lee
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHB Flashfires Final Countdown V Bealls [Dog]
Breed: Miniature Pinscher
Administrator :
Owner: J Beall & K Swilling
#4-
Dog Reg: CH Passion Donald Paul [Dog]
Breed: Pekingese
Administrator :
Owner: C&R Skinner

Not athletic Judge’s name: Mr John P Wade

Total entry:
#1-
Reg Dog:
Raising:
Administrator :
Owner:
#2-
Reg Dog:
Raising:
Administrator :
Owner:
#3-
Reg Dog:
Raising:
Administrator :
Owner:
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Reg Dog:
Raising:
Administrator :
Owner:

Breeding Judge’s name: Mrs. Linda Scanlon

Total entry: 88
#1-
Reg Dog: GCHB boss is Hanky ​​Panky at Kingsbury [Bitch]
Raising: Welsh Corgi Vest
Responsible: Lauren McIlwraith
Owner: J & D Glenn & C Connor
Breeder: C Connor & M Bossi
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHB Margauxs Saturday Night Special at Terra [Dog]
Breed: Bouvier des Flandres
Handler: Alfonso Escobedo
Owner: P Martin & S Lyon
Breeder: Sandi Lyon
#3-
Dog Reg: GCH Costa Del Sols Shake N Bake Jake [Dog]
Breed: Shetland Sheepdog
Administrator :
Owner: F&E Maxcy
Breeder: J Evans
#4-
Dog Reg: CH LK Michigan Dream It Anyway [Dog]
Breed: Australian Shepherd
Administrator :
Owner: A shepherd
Breeder: M Boomsliter


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The Queen’s corgis were her beloved companions https://twlabradors.com/the-queens-corgis-were-her-beloved-companions/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 22:19:00 +0000 https://twlabradors.com/the-queens-corgis-were-her-beloved-companions/ in the British royal family. There is *** a great love for animals, especially for dogs. Many of them are very famous among supporters of the royal family. Perhaps the most popular case is Lupo The Black Cocker Spaniel who Prince William and Kate Middleton adopted in 2011. Sadly, Prince George’s beloved companion passed away […]]]>

in the British royal family. There is *** a great love for animals, especially for dogs. Many of them are very famous among supporters of the royal family. Perhaps the most popular case is Lupo The Black Cocker Spaniel who Prince William and Kate Middleton adopted in 2011. Sadly, Prince George’s beloved companion passed away in 2020, no doubt the sad news has also shaken the family and their supporters. Other pets that have our attention. Queen Elizabeth’s famous royal corgis. Everyone in the Royal Family knows the love Her Majesty has for her adorable baby. And it’s no *** secret that the queen has always had a *** fascination with this type of dog breed since she was 18 years old. Her father, King George VI, gave her her first puppy and from that day on she always had her furry companions. One of the queen’s big concerns is who will take care of her young when she dies. The royal love for dogs dates back to the days of Queen Victoria. She was even one of the first to oppose cutting off the tails and ears of our canine friends. In 1885, Victoria was the first royal to visit Battersea Dogs Home, a haven for stray dogs. Today, the Royal Family has worked with other animal rights initiatives such as Mayhew, which Megan worked with when she became royal. Prince Leopold, son of Queen Victoria, was the first royal to adopt a *** dog. He was a *** terrier affectionately named Skippy and he was rescued from a *** hostel at that time. Meghan Markle adopted two dogs before meeting and marrying Prince Harry, beagle *** named Guy and Bogart, mixed breed ***. The couple recently welcomed another dog, *** black labrador who they chose to name hula in Swedish royalty. There is also a *** prominent member of the family named Rio and he is *** caca de cava and is owned by Victoria and Daniel. The Holland Royals also showed their love for their black Labradors, Nala and skipper Princess Marie, Christine von Ribbon. She is the wife of the second first cousin of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Michael Kent is the only one who prefers to love felines. No doubt as long as there is love, there will always be room for another baby to join the royal families.

The Queen’s dogs were her beloved companions. What will happen to them now?

When Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning monarch in British history, died on Thursday at the age of 96, she left behind not only her nation and family members, but also a group of canine companions. Throughout her long life, she was regularly photographed with a Welsh corgi at her feet – a breed of dog that has become synonymous with the monarch. But while every detail of what would happen after her death was painstakingly planned out, little is known about what the future holds for her beloved puppies, who will now be looking for new homes. At the time of her death, Queen Elizabeth reportedly had four dogs. According to the American Kennel Club, she had two Welsh corgis from Pembroke, Muick and Sandy, as well as an older mixed-breed “dorgi” named Candy. A cocker spaniel, Lissy, reportedly joined the gang in January this year. The Queen has often been credited with creating the Dorgi breed when her corgi mated with a dachshund belonging to her sister, Princess Margaret. Joe Little, royal biographer and editor of The Majesty magazine told CNN he believed the dogs would be cared for by royal staff before being adopted by Princess Anne and Prince Andrew. “Princess Anne has had her own corgis in the past,” he explained. “The two most recent additions have come from the Duke of York and his daughters, so maybe they could go their way. They’re unlikely to go their separate ways.” The queen’s passion for corgis goes back to her childhood, when she fell in love with him. in love with her father’s dog, King George VI, Dookie. In 1944, on her 18th birthday, she received a Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy named Susan. Such was her attachment to Susan, she reportedly took her on her honeymoon in 1947. Susan died in January 1959. The monarch went on to own dozens of corgis during her lifetime. One, Willow, appeared alongside her in the James Bond sketch she recorded for the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics. When Willow was put to sleep aged 14, the queen has lost the last descendant of her original corgi, Susan. According to Reader’s Digest, the Queen had a fondness for corgis because of their “energy and untamed spirit”.

When Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning monarch in British history, died on Thursday at the age of 96, she left behind not only her nation and family members, but also a herd of canine companions.

Throughout her long life, she was regularly photographed with a Welsh corgi at her feet, a breed of dog that has become synonymous with the monarch.

But while every detail of what would happen after her death has been painstakingly planned out, little is known about what the future holds for her beloved puppies, who will now seek new homes.

At the time of her death, Queen Elizabeth reportedly had four dogs.
According to the American Kennel Club, she had two Welsh corgis from Pembroke, Muick and Sandy, as well as an older mixed-breed “dorgi” named Candy. A cocker spaniel, Lissy, reportedly joined the gang in January this year.

The Queen is often credited with creating the Dorgi breed when her corgi mates with a dachshund owned by her sister, Princess Margaret.

Joe Little, royal biographer and editor of Majesty magazine, told CNN he believed the dogs would be cared for by royal staff before being adopted by Princess Anne and Prince Andrew.

“Princess Anne has had her own corgis in the past,” he explained. “The two most recent additions have come from the Duke of York and his daughters, so maybe they could go to him. They are unlikely to be separated.”

The Queen’s passion for corgis dates back to her childhood, when she fell in love with her father’s dog, King George VI, Dookie. In 1944, on her 18th birthday, she received a Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy named Susan. Such was her attachment to Susan, she reportedly took her on honeymoon in 1947. Susan died in January 1959.

The monarch then owned dozens of corgis during her lifetime. One of them, Willow, appeared alongside her in the James Bond sketch she recorded for the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics.

When Willow was put to sleep at the age of 14, the queen lost the last descendant of her original corgi, Susan.

According to Reader’s Digest, the Queen had a fondness for corgis because of their “energy and untamed spirit”.

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