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Barbara Lundy, who owns the building, said Wednesday that she works in the Patchwork Resort and leases out the space for the veterinary clinic.
She said she did not know anything about Ardoin's claim about Chester. "I never heard anything about it," Lundy said. She said Boyd moved out last June and is working at another clinic. She said the resort side of the business does boarding and grooming and sometimes she shares clients with the veterinarians.
Barbara Lundy, owner of Patchwork Pet Resort, will be showing Rhicullen's Amber Twylight of Kyfo, one of only 24 Bedlington terriers from the United States that qualified for the 2009 competition.
Barbara Lundy, owner of Patchwork Pet Resort, holds Rhicullen?s Amber Twylight of Kyfo, one of 24 Bedlington terriers from the United States qualifying to participate in Crufts, the world?s largest international dog show, this week in Birmingham, England. Ms. Lundy, who serves as membership chairperson for Caddo Kennel Club, is a professional handler and groomer who has experienced past successes at Crufts. "Grooming is 50 percent of winning and the other 50 percent is handling," Ms. Lundy said. "Her career in the U.S. has been very successful, acquiring for her AKC (American Kennel Club) and UKC (United Kennel Club) championships as well as a Canine Good Citizen title, all under the skilled hands of Ms. Lundy. "Many of Amber's ancestors including those originally from the United Kingdom have attained their American championships through Ms. Lundy," she added. "Ms. Lundy credits much of her success to her affiliation with and help from members of Longview Kennel Club and Marshall's own Caddo Kennel Club," Ms. Holmes said. In addition to handling dogs, Ms. Lundy is a breeder and exhibitor of bichon frise and Bedlington terriers. In her role with Caddo Kennel Club, Ms. Lundy works to promote the club and to encourage young people to consider participating in AKC's junior handler program. She is a strong supporter of Amber's Dream Scholarship, a club-sponsored project that offers financial aid for qualifying junior handlers to fulfill their dreams of attending Westminster Dog Show in New York City.
Barbara Lundy, who serves as the hospitality chairman of the Caddo Kennel Club of Marshall, will be competing in the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, England, March 5 - 10.Ms. Lundy is the owner of Patchwork Pet Resort and a professional handler, who has handled dogs for celebrities such as Regis and Kathie Lee and Bill Cosby.Ms. Lundy has placed in the top four classes each year that she has been at the show, including winning Best of Breed.Crufts is the largest international dog show in the world and will feature more than 20,000 dogs this year, 200 of those will be bedlington terriers."Grooming is 50% of winning, says Lundy, "and good handling is the other 50 percent.Ms. Lundy is currently learning to compete in the earth dog competition with her Bedlingtons.
Caddo Kennel Club member and club treasurer Barbara Lundy is a professional handler and owner of Patchwork Pet Resort.Ms. Lundy said while handling dogs in the United States for such celebrities as Regis and Kathie Lee and Bill Crosby, she also has been making the trip to Crufts for her Scottish and English clients for the past 15 years. She will be exhibiting Bedlington terriers and West Highland white terriers this year.Ms. Lundy has worked closely with youth for more than 30 years, serving as a 4-H leader herself. Ms. Lundy said the Caddo Kennel Club members were excited to be part of offering Holmes an opportunity to go on the trip."We will tour London and see the Queen's Palace, and of course, Big Ben and some of the castles of Scotland, including the one where the movie Braveheart was made," Ms. Lundy said. "One of the homes where we will be staying in still heats their house with a fireplace," she said.In the rural areas of England and Scotland there will be no fast food, in fact, the nearest McDonald's will be about three hours away from where they are going, Ms. Lundy said. Ms. Lundy said the Caddo Kennel Club has been active in Marshall for 13 years and is working hard on developing a strong junior membership.The club's commitment to junior members increased when Amber Standridge, 14, who worked with Ms. Lundy, was killed in an accident. Ms. Lundy also said the club plans to continue their involvement in the county's 4-H dog project.She said the club is open to anyone interested in the sport of dogs with meetings held the first Tuesday of each month at Patchwork Pet Resort. For more information call Ms. Lundy or Debbie Holms at (903) 938-2152.
Barbara Lundy, who serves as the hospitality chairman of the Caddo Kennel Club of Marshall, will be competing in the Crufts Dog Show in Birmingham, England, March 5 - 10.