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March 2019 will go down in History!

It felt like the treadmill was on high speed, but the ultimate reward was worth it!

Chilling after a crazy month

The month of March saw my son and me traveling from dog show to dog show, all of which were more than 2 1/2 hours from our home so we stayed in Air BnBs rather than waking at 4 am and trying to get the girls to the ring in some kind of decent frame of mind.

The long and the short of it was that all three of our girls - Bonnie, Zoot, and Ted - were picked as top bitches at some point during the month, gaining points and majors, and ultimately, we FINISHED the championship for Bonnie at Navasota!

Bonnie, the new champion

Ted gets her first points while still a puppy

Zoot gets a major

We're so excited that Bonnie can now retire and focus on having babies while her daughters, Zoot and Ted, can continue their campaigns for champion status.

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We can also help you find a rescue, a re-home, or any needs you may have with training, health, or if you want to get into showing, we can help you.

It's all about Team TMT!!!


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