The Real Costs Of Showing Your Own Dog

How far are you willing to travel for a major? A Group win? A Best in Specialty Show? An All-Breed Best? Achieving any goal in the sport of dogs requires a commitment to going where the competition is—no matter the distance. And although traveling has always been part and parcel of showing dogs, not everyone can commit the time and expense needed for a cross country excursion in hopes of returning home with the desired rosette. On next week’s Ring-Ready Live! Lee and Dan will offer suggestions for planning itineraries that consider local, regional, and national dog shows.

The show is simultaneously broadcast EVERY Wednesday at 3:00pm on Facebook & YouTube.

Miss the LIVE event? Don’t worry, be sure to catch the replays here.

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