The Scottish Terrier Club of England – Vita Canis presentation at the club show

September 9th, 2017

On the 3rd of September I did a talk about Vita Canis products for Scottish Terrier Club of England. The talk was a part of the Open Show at Baginton, Coventry, and I am very grateful to the committee of the club for inviting me. I had a great time with lovely ‘scottie people’, and I hope they enjoyed it and also the products. As a bonus I’ve seen Martha’s puppy George who won Best Puppy at the show 😃 Unfortunately I don’t have any photos but at least you can see lovely George with his handler Gail. Gail won BOB at Crufts this year with her Scottie Balou, who is by the way George’s dad 😎👍

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