This is a show quality red minature pincsher. My Dobbie probably outweighs him by about 12 to 15 lbs. Dobbie is also a taller bigger dog and he never got his ears docked. Maybe he isn't cuter, but I think he is probably sweeter.
Then we have the giant section. We spent quite a bit of time talking to the people who owned a whole bunch of these guys. The red one is a Dogue de Bordeux. He is only 9 months old. The full grown males were enourmous. The one next to him is a female bull mastiff. I always liked thise dogs.
And a Yorkie with her curlers in. Really just keeping her mustache hair clean and ready for the show.
These is a Tibetin Spaniel. I"ve always liked them and thought I would like to have one. They are a very old breed. Very nice dogs and a good size for my house. They are about the same size or slightly smaller than my Winston.
We thought this just looked like a pile of hair. It was pretty hilarious. The guy said, yeah that's what we do with the losers. It was really a Lahsa Apso. It was breathing. Just very relaxed.
We saw some beautiful Schnauzers. We especially saw a lot of black Giant Schnauzers. They are big dogs. This is a standard Schnauzer. Penny really liked her. The minature Schnauzers looked really tiny after seeing the others.
This is an English Cocker Spaniel. They are very nice dogs. I used to have 2 American Cockers. I think the English Cockers are a little taller and more low key. His ears are wrapped to keep them clean.
This is a smooth Brussels Griffon. It is the same breed of dog as was in the movie "As Good As It Gets", except that was a wire hired one. He was a nice dog. They are very small.