Today was a 4H event day at the fairgrounds. Several different activities were going on, most of which seemed to involve horses. But one of the events was a breed id quiz followed by a “Meet the Breed”. Huxley and Molly were the Cardigan victims who got to attend.
In all, there were 19 different breeds. Each dog or handler was assigned a number. 4H-ers wandered around with orange sheets attempting to write a dog breed and group for each number. The handlers had to be careful not to give the answer away. I heard a few kids say “corgi” with some mangled attempts at “Cardigan” so there should have been a few correct answers.
There were big dogs, little dogs, show dogs, obedience dogs, and rescues. Erin from the animal shelter brought a 13-year-old Chihuahua girl who is looking for a home. I didn’t get pictures of everyone . . .
Molly in her usual “waiting for ear scratches and belly rubs” pose. Huxley spent most of the time climbing up and down the bleachers behind me, at least as far a a 6-foot leash would let him go. Have you ever noticed how much supposedly adult Cardigan boys can resemble adolescent human boys?