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Number 19!!!!

I'm absolutely shocked to see that my foundation bitch, "Bonnie", is currently ranked 19th in the country in Toy Manchesters. We were hoping to "finish" her in the next few shows and retire her, but now we are re-thinking that plan: wouldn't it be great to build on this success and actually get INVITED to a show??




This may "pause" our plans to breed her till the next season so she can attend any show that she might get invited to, but I think it's worth it to plunge ahead while we have a start on it already.

In the meantime, we are scouring the country from north/south/east/west for the best mate for her when we next prepare for a litter. It's so hard: so many nice dogs around, but we want to get the best breeding lines, best body type, best temperament, most genetically sound, and ... closest geographically??? ... dog we can find, and sometimes, all those competing details are hard to line up just right.

Especially the geographical thing!

Remember, if anyone is looking for a TMT puppy, they can make inquiries through the contact form, fill in the puppy application, and/or go to Michelle's national TMT finder form and see who's having puppies or which re-homes are on offer RIGHT NOW!!!

http://www.maximaldog.com/available/findamanchester/united-states-listings




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