My first PBGVs arrived in 1995. Her name was Tory and she quickly found her way into my heart. We did obedience work together and I learned how to train a dog and she earned a Canine Good Citizen Award. We moved on to Rally Obedience that was a new sport for dogs and she charmed the crowds with her devotion and total attention to me and what came next in the course. Next to arrive was Coco who earned her Championship by 8 months with a 5 point major and won an Award of Merit at the 1999 PBGVCA national. Coco was a therapy dog who worked miracles with Alzheimer patients. Eve was next in the door and her main job in life was making the household happy; an easy task for a PBGV. Nikki arrived in 2012 and had a litter of 5 in 2015. I kept 3 of the 5 puppies and reluctantly placed 2 in wonderful homes. I now had a pack of 4 PBGV with Bryce's (CH Vichon-CJ's Sir Bryce of Sherman) earning his championship and working on his grand championship. Slim and Viv earned points toward their championship despite their antics in the show ring. Mom, Nikki, rules the roost and she tries to keep the kids in line. Well almost.
I have been a member of PBGVCA since 1998 where I wear many hats including webmaster, technology coordinator, and member of the Health Committee and the PBGVCA board as Director for the Eastern Region.
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