with Your Pomeranian: The Story of our "Ladybug"
Roberta Malott, Pondside
Born Dizzy Dollies Pondside Ladybug - May 12, 1998.
I guess you could call her "pointed" - she has "a"
point! Seems her colour is not the usual and most judges
look past her. We love her anyway and in our house - you have to
earn your keep so to speak.
will play ball for hours. I mean hours. We decided that
maybe she would like to do something else. Out to the
agility equipment we went - AND - she loves to play. Her
speed has to be worked on - but winning is not the important
part here - having fun is. We just completed a "cyber
agility" course and she had lots of fun playing "the
get lost game". It taught us how to overcome the
problems that arise when the inept handler (me) cannot figure
out that #3 obstacle should be done right after #4 obstacle and
we become lost on the course! Ladybug learned to always
"come front" in that situation.
We entered our Nadac Trial in August - no qualifying scores -
but a couple of Firsts and lots of fun. And the
photographer got some great action shots.
It's Not a Plane - It's Superbug!
I think I'll stay in here - it's cooler!
me those stories - or next edition you will have to read about
the "Cart Races" - where the 2 pom boys got beat by an
11 year old yorkie girl!
Remember - Working Poms are Happy Poms!
Roberta Malott, Pondside Toys
Blenheim On Canada