Dog Show at Cobo Hall

I decided to head on down to Cobo Hall yesterday in search of Samoyed’s. Since I was the proud mother of a Samoyed named Sheba for thirteen and a half years I know how sweet and loving these dogs can be. My beloved Sheba passed away a few years ago and I was in need of some Sammy kisses and white fur on my purple sweater :)

Samson, Sierra, and Misha of Snowchien Samoyeds

I was not disappointed, I probably spent over an hour talking to Mark who was very sweet to have listened to all of my stories about Sheba. I also talked to Mary and Jeff of Snowchin Samoyeds. They got there first Samoyed in 1980′s (but I will let you read all about them on their website, as they do a much better job telling their story than I ever could). They also allowed me to talk their ears off. I think they probably thought I was a stalker after a while LOL because I kept trying to leave but somehow kept finding myself back at their booth.
The above picture is of their three dogs Samson, Sierra, and Misha. Sierra and Misha are both around a year old and just getting started and Samson is about three years old.

I also had the opportunity of being kissed to death (something I thought I would never miss) from Cassey (top right and left picture). On the left Cassey is practicing her jumps for the competition, and on the right she is actually in full swing. She ran so fast my phone on my camera could not keep up. If anyone wants to give donations to the “get Tina a real camera fund” I am taking donations :)

I also got to see dogs drafting (top two pictures above), tons of vendors selling anything and everything related to dog supplies.

I would recommend that everyone get out of the house today and come down to the dog show at Cobo Hall. They are open today (3/7/2010) from 9am to 3pm. I would recommend looking at the board shortly after you walk in as they have where all of the breeds are located inside the building.

After you come downtown to check out the dog show you can stop to get a bite to eat at many of the restaurants at Greektown or Woodward Avenue.

To find out more about the Dog Show at Cobo Hall see the following links:

Cobo goes to the Dogs

Detroit Kennel Club Dog Shows

Detroit Kennel Club Dog Shows March 6&7, 2010

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11 Responses to “Dog Show at Cobo Hall”

  1. This blog is great. How did you come up witht he idea? 5 4 4

  2. Tina says:

    Well I love Samoyed’s and so I wanted to go go Cobo Hall to search them out :) I was very happy that I found them!!!

  3. There are so many helpful comments on this site. I just wanted to thank everyone for their insightful comments.

  4. Johnny Pets says:

    Good morning, Wonderful site, where did you come up with the info in this summary? Im glad I found it though, I will be checking back soon to see what other articles you have.

  5. Tina says:

    Thank You Riverwoods and Johnny!! I just have a strong love for Detroit and want to see it succeed. The dog show was an added bonus as I was able to walk there from where I live and I love Samoyeds :) so it was an easy article to write.

  6. Fantastic site, where did you come up with the information in this piece? I’m happy I found it though, ill be checking back soon to see what other articles you have.

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  10. Bruce says:

    Thank You :) I just wrote about my normal every day life and things that I like to do and find interesting…I hope that other people will find them interesting and want to visit “The D” also….my goal is to get more people to visit downtown. They are really missing out on some great things if they are not visiting.

  11. Ovel Inad says:

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