Dale Melsness & Rick Rocheleau -- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our boys (Maxx, Yukon, Dexter) relaxing on a warm summer evening.
In Cranbrook, BC, BOOMER continued his winning streak by
taking a Non-Sporting Group 3 on Friday and a Group 1 on Sunday!
He now has 19 of the 20 points he needs for his Canadian grand championship,
and is now ranked 7th among French Bulldogs in Canada.
In Castlegar, BC, this weekend, YUKON was a Best in Show Puppy, and Best Puppy in Group all 4 shows,
Winner's Dog/Best of Winner at all 4 shows (for 4 points and his CAN Championship) and
Best of Breed at one show for his 11th point. (10 needed for Can CH).
BOOMER was also showing great, with 3 Best of Breeds, and 6 more Can Grand CH points.
And how often do you get to have an RCMP Mountie in your show picture?
Yukon (Tahoma's Yukon Gold) had some nice wins at the Pacific Kennel Club shows
in British Columbia. He was Winners Dog best of winners one day,
and Best of Opposite Sex over 3 Canadian champions the second day,
earning him 6 of the 10 points needed for his Canadian championship.
Our girl Solo, also a Lacy puppy from a different ltter,
finished her championship the same weekend as Boomer and
is now Am/Can CH Tahoma's Flying Solo.
Congratulations to Jodi on her first champion, Tahoma's Darn the Torpedoes.
"Boomer" is one of Lacy's puppies.
Out of 18 class dogs entered at the Pacific Northwest French Bulldog Club specialty show,
our little 7 month old Yukon (Tahoma's Yukon Gold) won Reserve Winners Dog.
This may be our first time getting a photo of a reserve win, but we were very proud
to have our puppy come so close to picking up a major win at a specialty show!
Enjoying a sunny day in the yard - Solo and Dexter,
their grandfather Maxx, and their great grandmother Phoenix.
It was a warm and sunny day for our June Frenchie walk at Green Lake.
13 Frenchies and a bulldog enjoyed a brief stroll along the lake, with frequent stops in the shade.
Yukon, 7 months old.
Several folks showed up on a warm, sunny Mother's Day for our May Frenchie Walk
at Robinswood Park off-leash area in Bellevue.
Our boy Dexter has completed his Bronze level of competition, a first for us.
He's now going to take it easy for a while and wants to visit some ladies!
On April 6 we kicked off our eleventh year of monthly French Bulldog walks with a gathering at Seward Park.
There were lots of Frenchies (22) and lots of smiles.
Tahoma's Darn the Torpedoes (Boomer) had a great weekend at shows in Cloverdale, British Columbia.
On Saturday he was Best of Breed from the puppy class, over 4 specials and an entry of 14,
and then went on to win a Non-Sporting Group 4.
On Sunday he was again Best of Breed, and continued on to win a Non-Sporting Group 1
and Best in Show Puppy!
The Tahoma gang is off to a great start at the Peninsula Dog Fanciers Club shows in Silverdale this weekend.
Boomer (left) took reserve Winner's Dog. His litter mate Bismarck (2nd from left) was Winner's Dog.
Their half brother Dexter (2nd from right) was Best Of Breed. Their half sister Solo (right) was Winner's Bitch, Best of Winner's,
and Best Bred by Exhibitor and Best of Opposite Sex, and she went on to win first in the Non Sporting Bred By Exhibitor Group!
Tahoma's Darn the Torpedos "BOOMER" was Best Puppy in Breed under breeder judge James Dalton
at the recent regional French Bulldog Specialty in Portland.
He also was Winner's Dog for a 4 point major at the Puyallup show the weekend before.