Ha! Got your attention, didn't I? Well, you know all agilities are nekked in the watchyacall competitions, so it shouldn't really shock anybody (as long as the humans stay covered up, ew).
I was so excited to learn that momma had bought official mastiff ready agilities equipment just for ME! Because you know, the Mango is all about agilities and action and other athletics, but those old weave poles were just not up to snuff for allowing my large and not fitting through small spaces self to practice my moves.
But now, wow! Wait until you see my latest movie! I will tell you that the weave poles kind of froze to the ground thereby limiting our options for course setup. Plus there is really only one place to put the flashy so in the movie you will see that the jumps and whatnot are positioned in a somewhat unconventional manner.
I am a bit put off by the choice of music. I don't think a tuba is necessarily the proper accompaniment to my lightening skills.
You know, I can be interacting with three weave poles at once and believe me, making an S shape out of my mango-ness is NOT easy.
Sometimes I get my hiney hooked on the last pole and have to do a little hop kick action to untangle myself. No worries. That's why momma bought me these super duper poles because they can stand up to the passage of myself.
Yuh, and the jumps are great too. I can see them better because they are taped and they are heavy duty so that they don't blow over from the whirlwinds created by my passage (an unfortunate occurrence that had heretofore made it appear that I was actually not clearing the fence - as if).
Momma bought the new equipment from a nice lady who works for M.A.D. Agility. She had a booth at a show out west of 495. In fact she goes to lots of shows and her prices were GREAT!
This is her web site.
I am certain that many relatives of both my large and coulda finished self and overbite PeeWee were at the show, but due to the DOH not realizing that Springfield and West Springfield are actually two different cities by the time she got there, all the mastiffs and labradogs had already left the building.
Well, almost. This guy was working in a booth selling foodables.
This is my friend who works at the vet and was my teacher for show doggie school back when I was contemplating a life of celebrity. She was showing her little corgi. She told momma that she has a spare corgi and maybe momma would take him home to live with us. Now wouldn't that be funballs? But momma said no. I suppose just as well. No telling what would happen if corgi dude thought I was of the bovine persuasion.
This doggie is a Great Pyrenees. He was HUGE! Yuh, like as tall as ME! But then his dad told momma to feel his sides and she says he was all floof and his master said the dude only weighed about 140 pounds. Amazing.
Momma did get to see the Frenchie competition. She said it was the funniest thing ever. This wee beast was only there to watch and look adorable.
Oh? What have we here? A striped Dane gal! Oh baby! Clearly she is just a teenager, right? Not all filled out and muscular yet. She did not show well that day, but that's OK. Lots of time to practice.
Do your humans go to doggy shows? Momma says that usually the bigger the dog, the nicer the handler and visa versa. And terrier handlers... forget about it. They never want to talk to her. Boo hoo. But I suppose it isn't surprising given how, er, cracker, those terriers can be.
Momma says maybe next time she will walk around with a rat in her pocket just for fun.
You know what else? I am a really good sport and NOT a spoiled bully cry baby momma's boy in any way. How can you tell? Because I share MY agilities equipment with the PeeWee. Now I call that being generous.
Mango Man! Oh yeah!
P.S. Yes, we are both nekked in the movies. Oh my!