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Once, I caught a Schipperke
She leapt up from the grass
To where I rested in the sun,
Warm on a granite boulder.
She leapt into my arms,
quite by accident, of course.
No Schipperke would ever
let herself be caught on purpose.
I closed my arms around her,
my heart climbed up my throat.
I knew those little black dogs
were the Faery’s favoured form
And if you catch a Schipperke
They’re forced to grant your wish,
So I whispered in her furry ear
My selfish deep desire,
That we might stay together now, forever.
Ruby and I travelled from Victoria BC to Edmonton, AB, to participate in the 2018 Schipperke Nationals; part of the Northern Alberta Canine Association’s series of shows.
She was a pleasure to travel with and a lovely ambassador for the breed, charming everyone she met.
On Friday, June 1st, she was selected Best of Opposite, under Judge David M. Kelland. I was very pleased and would have gone home happy with that. To my delight, she was also awarded Best of Opposite on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, by Judges Raymond V. Filburn, Mr. Ole Neilsen, and Sharon Newcomb.
At the Specialty show, she was Select Female as chosen by Mr. Keith Brown of New Zealand.
I saw lots of beautiful Schipperkes and met new friends. A perfect trip.