This weekend has brought news, for dog lovers, from Seattle to Anchorage. The nation, and especially those in the Pacific NW will be happy to know the Seattle Kennel Club is hosting the 75th Annual Dog Show, at Century Link Field, March 9th & 10th, 2013. Dogs come from all over to participate which only adds more fun and legitimacy to this wonderful dog show. The information for attendance is listed below, for our quick guide to attendance. This is a fun way to spend a day or two, and learn more about our FFBF. We go home with new ideas and secrets of helping our FFBF possibly be the next winner. Taking the kids to this show will give them a new picture and knowledge of what can be accomplished if the desire is there. Show hours are 8:00am to 6:00 pm with tickets from $14.00 for adults, $12.00 for seniors and $7.00 for those 4 to 14, under 4 is free. This is great fun for the whole family whether attendees come to learn tools of the trade or just to enjoy the beautiful participants. People watching is at its best. So as we see there is something for everyone. www.seattlekennelclub.com
Should you want something with a little more action and to view from home, try the Iditarod 2013 in Alaska. The race is in commemoration of the race to get antibiotics to Nome, Alaska’s children. You will be able to follow this race on any one of a number of news sites from www.Reuters.com to www.FoxSports.com. The Mushers have their own lasting images to help excite the watchers and introduce the spirit of fun to the race. Watch the news for "The Mushin' Mortician.", you just may be surprised.