So excited! I am entering the blogosphere! As you can see from the picture I am an avid dog lover! The two furry friends shown are Magic and Buddy – Buddy was a little afraid of the vacuum – and they are both Australian Shepherds. Magic is about eleven years old and Buddy is nine, although you would never guess it by how they chase squirrels!
The inspiration behind the name of Learn from Your Dog blog comes from observing all of the wonderful attributes of dogs. Everyday dog owners are determined to teach their pets to sit, stay, or roll over. And while you might not want muddy paw prints all over your clothes, couldn’t you stand to learn something from your dog’s energetic hello? Wouldn’t it be nice to be that honestly excited about something? A dog is the epitome of loyalty, kindness, and friendship – traits most humans could use some work on. So why not learn from your dog instead of trying to tame the characteristics that make them so wonderful?
The Learn From Your Dog blog will be providing you with information about the National Dog Shows hosted by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia and all the wonderful happenings surrounding one of the few “benched” shows remaining in America today.
The “benched” format means that the public will have access to all canines — 2,000 of them — all day long! Attendees of all ages will have the opportunity to see the dogs up close and meet their owners to learn more about the breeds as well as responsible dog ownership.
So mark your calendars for The National Dog Shows on Saturday, November 16, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, November 17, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and print directions to The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, located at 100 Station Avenue, Oaks, PA 19456.
Until then please keep checking my blog to read more about the new breeds being introduced this year, the therapy dog team, and other fun interesting topics. And in case you can’t wait for my next post, be sure to check out the official National Dog Shows website, ticket information, and the other social media outlets provided in the side panels of this page.
Thanks for checking out Learn From Your Dog and come back soon!
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