Hobo's Beardies In the Media
PAGE 2- Books, Magazine and Newspapers
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Hobo tries to Keep up with Bearded Collies in Movies,
On TV, or in the News
Here are some examples Found. Email Hobo if you have something to add!
Mary Billman, who bred Hobo, has a nice article in April 2003. Click the link on the left to read in acrobat reader format. PS - Maya is Beardie
|Sunday Boston Globe March 17, 2002
"Norton a newly groomed bearded Collie walks Duxbury beach with owner Sheila Lynch"
September 2001 Land's End Catalog
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These found in the September 2001 issue of rosie (magazine)
The Beardie is William (Ch. Desertstorm American
Pride). Owner Judy Bard
Harlan Coben - owns Chloe. Esperanza's Dog in his Myron Bolitar books, and in TELL NO ONE (June 2001) as Beck's Beardie. America's cutest clue is Chloe. - Winner of the Edgar Award, Shamus Award and Anthony Award. Now you can have your mystery and beardie fiction at the same time. Hobo was delighted when Harlan and Chloe wrote him to tell him of this new page with Chloe's Picture!
Now a New York Times Best Seller!
These are great books - and don't miss TELL NO ONE - which is sure to become a best seller! (see - we knew it when it came out!)
Hobo was in Florida
Today April 25, 2001 Where his advice Column was featured
Hobo was also mentioned along with his Beardie Brother Rags in Dog Fancy Magazine January 2001
And in our local newletter in June 2001 - Both articles for heroism (Rags being the primary hero)
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel,
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|Nash, and his owner Ansen Hank, at the World Dog Show in Mexico City June 5, 1999.|
|Ready For Easter
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Bearded Collies Gracie (left) and Ryan (right) the at Western Pennsylvania Kennel Association's Dog Show at the David Lawrence Convention Center. 4/2/99
Pat Columbo and her daughter Laura Colombo of Kirtland, Ohio. Photo by Martha Rial
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Editor's Note byGeorge is a Bearded Collie who owns Darthe Merrill Jennings
|FBI Sources today denied emphatically
that a Bearded Collie named George has been in a witness protection program.
The story hit headlines after reports of the famous Blackwell worse dressed
list mistakenly chose Linda Tripp - with reference that she looked like
a "Sheepdog in drag". A spokesperson for the FBI went on to say
that photos taken by the AP capturing a moment when Tripp was seen without
makeup - were mistakenly taken to be an image of some Bearded Collie named
George saying "The camera simply picked up a reflection of a weather balloon
or something - certainly not a Sheepdog .. or some Beardie named byGeorge"
APee photo attached. Wednesday Jan. 13, 1999
Now Click on the picure or Here and see the real Sam. Sam and his mom visited us on the net (and maybe soon in real life) and sent his picture for the Gallery at Beardie Net. Play It Again, Sam - by Victoria Alexander (ISBN: 0505522470) is a romance novel written from a Beardie perspective. The author has written other dog related books - such as Santa Paws - an a series called "It's a Dog's Life." Available online from Amazon Books
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|Training and Techniques Can Turn Shy Dog into Adventurous Life-of-the-party
Wanda Packard of Portland Oregon (Milwaukie Or)made a great article in the Tuesday (May 26th) Oregonian. three colomns and 1/2 page spread with photo of Wanda and Tess. Wanda Packard's dog Tess is an adorable bouncing bearded collie. She's also an accompished obedience competitor. Tess has earned her Companion Dog Excellent title with the AKC. But under the happy go lucky surface Tess like about 20 percent of all dogs is shy and fearful.
Whatever your fearful dog's history may be he doesn't have to become a statistic at an animal shelter or live a fearful life behind your backyard fence. Wanda and the article go on to point out at least nine techniques and steps to help bring the dog along.
The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show - Here are some Nice Pictures from 1997
Detroit Kennel Club Show March 7-8 1997, Claudia McNulty and Trent were captured by Detroit Free Press photographer Andrew Johnston for the March 9th Local News section.
SEE RALPH LAUREN's BEARDIE picture (actually a mix of unknowns).
A beardie in a cartoon from the New Yorker
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