Pictures of the Week 2004

Maxx does great in Vernon, BC

At his first weekend of Canadian shows, Maxx won Best of Breed two out of three days over two other Frenchies, for a total of 4 points. On Saturday he was one of six dogs (out of 13 in the group) pulled for a second look in the adult group, under judge Bill Bergum. Not bad for six months and two days old!

Here's Maxx in the Non-Sporting puppy group on Sunday under judge Martha Olmos-Ollivier.

June Frenchie Walk

Our June Frenchie walk was a little different this time.
Instead of an actual walk, we met at the off-leash area at Robinswood Park in Bellevue.
Around 35 Frenchies were present. Some just watched, some ran, and some found very special friends.

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If you know the names of any dogs we haven't identified, please email us.


Gertie and Phoenix enjoy a cool evening on
the back steps after four days of record heat.

Maxx does us proud at his first shows



We showed Maxx, age 5-1/2 months, at his first shows this weekend, a series of three
International All Breed Canine Association of America shows here in Seattle.
He won Reserve Best in Show Puppy at two of the three shows
and was Reserve Best In Show Bred by Exhibitor Puppy at one of the shows!
He also received all three of the certificates necessary for his International Puppy Champion title.


Looks like rain...


Woody, 7 years old, will be competing in an
"Aged to Perfection" tournament in July.

Friends reunited at the May 2004 Frenchie Walk

More than 35 Frenchies showed up at Green Lake on May 2
for our second monthly Frenchie walk of the year.
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Our puppy Maxx at age 4 months showed well
at the weekend puppy match as did the others
(Roxanne, Mishka, Violet) from our monthly
Frenchie Walk group.

Congratulations to Violet for her Best of Breed
win and Non-Sporting Group placement!

Otto (aka Dexter, on the left) has returned to visit with his brother Maxx for a few weeks.


Woody is a great "dad" to Maxx.
He even lets Maxx have his toys once in a while!

April Frenchie Walk

A record 52 dogs showed up at Seward Park for our first Frenchie Walk of the year. As usual, we did a lot more socializing than walking.

We presented a check for $710 to the local breed rescue and rehome group, the result of the jigsaw puzzle fundraiser we did last year. The money will go a long way toward helping future renchie rescues, who often arrive with serious health problems.

We sold out our entire run of 125 puzzles. If you're interested in purchasing more, please contact us. We've had numerous requests and are considering an order of 25 additional puzzles.

Want to join us on future Frenchie walks? Please email us.

Photo Gallery Posted!

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photos from the walk.

Gertie is one year old today, but still a puppy at heart.


Roxie is settling in nicely with her new best friend, Victoria.


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