Meg caught my eye the moment she began toddling around whelping box. It was shortly thereafter she was the first of her littermates to climb out of the box. She is a problem solver and thinks things through.
Meg has a beautiful honey colored coat with plush furnishings, jet black pigment and is incredibly light on her feet. Her second show at 6 months old, Meg won WB/BOW/BOS! A month later at the Sandlapper GRC Specialty she won a huge 6-9 puppy class and a 5 point Major Reserve.
At the 2018 Memorial Day Dog Show Cluster Meg earned 2 more points from the Bred-By class under breeder judge Linda Stebbins-Hurlebaus.
In the spring of 2019 I decided Meg needed go out with a professional handler, since it's difficult for me to be away from home. Madeline and Adam Peterson of Harewood Handling, took Meg under their wing, and earned both Meg's majors (5 points and 4 points). Meg came home for me to get the last three singles on her.
At the Asheville Kennel Club show in June 2019 I put another point on Meg. For several months I tried to get those last 2 points on Meg, but we kept getting Reserves. Again, I thought it would be faster to put her with another handler who had an opening for an Open Bitch, so Meg went with Ginny Kincer of Ethos Golden Handling. Ginny and Meg earned those last 2 points at the Jesse James KC in Topeka, KS! Along the way back home Meg showed at several shows as a Special and earned half her Grand Champion points, with a BOS and Select wins.
Once COVID restrictions ease up and there are competitive obedience classes again, we plan to pursue obedience titles.