Nope, same dog. Man and dog aggressive. I spoke on the phone to someone who was there and witnessed the whole thing. I'm glad I don't live in PA anymore because I would've went to that show, lol.Lisa said:
so it was kinda a mixed bag , some good, some bad, some ugly, sounds like a typical show to me . at least you had a good time!LoveMy3ABs said:The show lacked organization, infact there really wasn't any. The beer steins they were suppossed to give out were left in Canada, I guess we can that Mrs. Rose for the dollar store trophys they used instead. There were a lot of people with extremely unsocialized dogs that quite frankly couldn't handle their own dogs. I did see one smart gentleman with a muzzle on his dog, atleast he had the common sense to use it.
The show didn't start at "9:15AM sharp" as it stated so firmly on the ABRA website, started closer to 11:30, 12:00PM. They decided to wait until after dark to do the hard hitting. Everyone ended up pulling their cars around the ring and turn their headlights on. The poor dogs couldn't see what they were doing 1. because it was so dark, and 2. the bright headlights were blinding them.
Next show better be organized properly.
One more thing, there was no German food or music, unless Hamburgers are considered German food, not sure on that one.