It has been in the 100s this week mid day! So we found something cool to do! Visit the dog show at NRG. It was held at the convention center. Parking was $12 and adult entry $15 cash! On the agenda:
- Meet the breeds
- Agility showcase
- Breed judging
- Visit breed rescue booths.
And for me, find a Bichon! And pet as many cuties as possible. We first went to the meet the breeds and found this little cutie. It’s a Miki. The ones we saw were so tiny. You could tell they have such little fragile bones. I love small dogs, however when they are this small, I worry that they are too fragile. This is Morgan.
The agility showcase was pretty cool too, the dogs would race over obstacles, through tubes and weave through obstacles. I think the star of the agility show is the border collie! Right next to the obstacle course was a grooming showcase. They had poodles decorated with different kinds of spray color and hair styles.
I was on the hunt for a bichon. Since ours died a few months ago I want to find a breeder or a rescue. I found Audrey who was about to compete. She is absolutely gorgeous! One day I will find another bicon frise…
We saw some of the dogs being judged. We were allowed to walk where they are preparing for show. Some of the handlers are friendly, others are quite unfriendly. I mean come on, it’s dogs! I love watching the bouncy happy dogs with the sparkle in their eye, it’s all I can do to contain myself from running up to them and petting them or talking to them like they are babies. Ok so maybe that’s why the handlers ignored me.
We browsed through the pet food and accessories and made our way over to the rescue booths. I was able to hold a Shih Tzu named Sugar. She was 10 years old and the sweetest thing you have ever seen. I would love to have her, I don’t think I could take only 4-8 years then a broken heart again. It’s something to consider. They didn’t have a Bichon Frise rescue sadly.
Just look at these cuties… Dogs are very special ❤