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Last applause for 2015…probably

11 Mar

We’ve congratulated the Glen of Imaal Terrier winners and exhibitors plus the long distance travellers so today it has to be the “I was there” brigade and for you it’s the biggest salute. Whether you came by train, car or bus just to see the Glens at Crufts we appreciate it because without you there would be no breed. There would be no applause ringside and nobody to spread the word further….and it’s a word that sticks. At least two folk at the show “just visiting” had their first Glens in 1981, way before most current exhibitors had even heard of the breed. Great to see you again!

Of course the Discover Dogs heroes must be listed as they, and their human companions, do Glens proud right through the four days. Digby, Inga,Nellie, Leia, Misty, Murphy, Mutley, Milly and Molly are just a few on the roll of honour; if anybody cares to send other names they will be fully recognised and thanked. Of course there has to be a mention for the very well received (and very, very edible) Glen biscuits baked by Lynne Fraser and enthusiastically consumed by all who had them.

After a Crufts with very peculiar publicity the call has gone out for every breed to show how positive we are; the photograph below will do nicely for Glen of Imaals

 

 

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Posted by on March 11, 2015 in Dog Shows, General Glen Things

 

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2 responses to “Last applause for 2015…probably

  1. Alistair Dunning

    March 11, 2015 at 9:43 am

    Great day at Crufts..would have been better if we could have heard the ringside announcements.

     
  2. Nicki

    March 12, 2015 at 8:04 pm

    Mutley loved his discover dogs day. He gave kisses to everyone, even the small child who grabbed him by the head!

    We met dome really lovely people, some current glen owners, some owners from years ago and lots of people who said ‘a glen of a what!?’.

    One lady even came back three times as quote ‘Mutley gives the best kisses!’

    Can’t wait until next year

     
 
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