LADIES KENNEL ASSOCIATION THE FIRST 100 YEARS (photo credit) – The puppy class circa 1896
The article below was one of two that I had saved for reference written by Nic Waters of Dog World UK magazine, which no longer exists since July 2017. The photo was so tiny and I did my best to blow it up to see these very famous NAMED people and chows. I’m on the hunt for the book “The Ladies Kennel Association: The First Hundred Years by Peggy Grayson” to see if there is a crisper copy (contact [email protected]). This photo and article are a priceless time capsule for our breed history archives. The mention of Queen Victoria’s Chinese dogs by name (possibly chows) is a valuable piece of information to take note of.
SANDRAS NOTES: CLICK LINKS BELOW TO READ MORE ABOUT TOPICS MENTIONED IN NIC’S ARTICLE ABOVE
CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ABOUT CH. CHOW VIII
CLICK HERE TO READ MORE ABOUT THE PRINCE OF WALES CHINESE CHOW “CHANG”
CLICK HERE TO READ ORE ABOUT THE PRINCESS OF WALES (LATER QUEEN ALEXANDRA) AND HER OWN CHOW “PLUMPIE”