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    Default Woohoo!

    I do not expect any replies to this.. I am just so excited! its only 9 days till i head off to scone to sashas breeder's kennel and prepare for a week with her to get sasha ready for the show on the 1st!

    Plus I have just been informed that she didnt want to get my hopes up so she didnt say anything, but if sasha goes well (doesnt have to win first time around, but if the judges give good feedback on her) she is happy to hand over MAIN REGISTER for her so i can continue showing her on my own and possibly breed her in the future if she goes well in her shows.

    OMG i am sooo happy. And also a very good possibility i will be getting a quality golden cocker baby off her grandmother who has been showing and breeding cockers for 50 years, a very well respected woman in the cocker community. yay my showing journey is beginning! so as i said WOOHOO!!!!!!

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    So excited for you

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    Congrats!!!

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    Very exciting darling
    Rubylisious


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    I hope you've been practising your moving and stacking!

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    Luckily sasha still remembers her stacking from when she was with the breeder. she does it like its second nature, she even does it while i am blowdrying her the little show off! lol the moving hmmm... we are still working on that lol

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    Don't forget your camera for the first show!
    Most important thing to remember is don't stress, if she doesn't behave perfectly just laugh it off, if she misbehaves on the table just say to the judge "sorry this is our first time" and they are usually very understanding.

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    Do they stack on the ground or the table the cockers?? nah i wont stress the first time round, just having a go this time.. just having fun this time

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    I'm pretty sure cockers are tabled.

    Anything capable of being lifted onto a table is usually tabled really.

    Mum and dads Basset pup is now over 25kg and they still table him

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    Oh k, my mistake i thought they were on the ground. good stuff i find she does it better lifted on the outdoor table or washing machine.

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