Slightly Different Angle now

Back on February 6th a “Surviving Dog Shows” post was on here. Today we’re running a slightly different approach on it all that obviously appeals as three separate folk sent it for sharing:-

“With some people you just don’t have a chance…
If you talk about dogs, you’re a know-it-all; if you don’t, you’re a snob…
If you don’t stop to chat at a show, success has gone to your head; if you do, you’re a show off…
If your dogs are at all the shows, you’re not letting others have a chance; if your dogs aren’t at all the shows, you’re afraid of the competition…
If your dog wins, you know the judges; if they don’t win, you know nothing about breeding…
If you win and thank the judge, you’re playing politics; if you win and don’t thank the judge, you’re rude…
If you lose and congratulate the winner, you’re a hypocrite; if you lose and don’t congratulate the winner, you’re a poor sport…
If you’ve been breeding for less than 20 years, you’re a novice; if you’ve been breeding for more than 20 years, you should step down and let the newcomers have a chance…
If you use your own stud, you’re kennel blind; if you go outside for stud services, you don’t think much of your own breeding…
If you sell most of your puppies, they aren’t good enough to keep; if you keep them, you can’t find buyers….”