was my first Tibetan. She shown in obedience and got her AKC C.D.
title. She was as a therapy dog and an AKC Champioin in
conformation. She is sorely missed and will always have a piece of
winning her first leg in obedience. She came in as a 2nd place
winner in her class
was my second Tibetan. She was the number one AKC Tibetan in
the United States 2000 & 2001. She won 5 Best in Shows, was Best
Opposite sex winner in Westminster dog show in 2001 and 2002, Best
Opposite sex winner at our National show in 2000 &2001
is retired and still going strong as a champion friend and companion
came to me from my dear friend and mentor Pat Bernardo of Barnstorms
Tibetans and was shown by handler Lynn Meyer who loved her as much as I
both taught me so much about this breed.