Wednesday, February 16, 2011

dog show



I'm not allowed to watch the Westminster Dog Show anymore because the Pedigree Foundation commercials make me cry and threaten to turn me into a dog hoarder.  But I read this morning that the Cairn Terrier didn't win Best in Show and just wanted to say Gus and Ollie's people were robbed!

Look at all that ridiculous adorableness! 

Oh well, good for the Scottish Deerhound.  Gus and Ollie are still Best in World. 

9 comments:

Val said...

I know what you mean - some of those commercials make me weepy too! Well, Gus & Ollie have my vote of course - but, there were a "mut" catagory, Melody would definitely take the trophy for cutest mut!

Yenta Mary said...

Oh, the Pedigree commercials just break my heart!!! I was happy with all of the Westminster finalists, and think the winner has a very sweet smile. I used to have a pooch that was part Cairn and part Yorkie -- sweetest dog ever! Say "hi" to your babies for me ... :)

Pistachio said...

Your fist sentence almost made me spit out my lunch, I just burst out laughing so hard!!!! :)

The ASPCA one with Sarah McLaughlin turn me into a puddle of tears.

I had to shield Jingi from the TV, because she thinks she is the center of the universe!
Cheers!!

chiara said...

more like, Best in Universe

Tanya (a Taste of T) said...

You know, my dogs watched the show and barked excessively at the commercials. Which only shows that the commercials are evil.

I wanted the little little square headed dog to win.

I loved all the little scruffy terriers though :)

Brandi {not your average ordinary} said...

I can't watch animal shows or commercials precisely for the same reason -- I'm terrified of becoming an animal hoarder. I just want all the lost ones to be loved. But I have three cats -- that's all I can carry.

Dancing Branflake said...

Ha! I watched it once and fell in love instantly. They have nothing on your doggies.

la petite coquine said...

What a sweetheart! Your little monsters really are the cutest, though!

Julia said...

Speaking of dog hoarding (and a long-winded story), on my 21st birthday, my mom and I found a Cairn Terrier on the side of the road ... all wet and mangy. He was the sweetest, but hated our family dog with a passion! We made sure to find him another loving home, but I honestly still think about that little guy all the time. Three cheers for Gus, Ollie, and adorable fur friends!