The poopy purple carpets, severe over crowding of people and dogs, and the complete utter chaos was not a scene that I was ready to repeat again so soon.
The Wednesday night before this years event I got a phone call from a good friend. “Are you interested in going to Woofstock?” Ugh, how should I answer? I absolutely love dog events, and dog events that are purely shopping for your dogs? Amazing. That being said I was very reluctant and the best answer I could give was maybe…..
So my decision was made. I attended Winter Woofstock last weekend with two very good friends of mine.
I am happy to say we had a complete blast and spent over 6 hours at the indoor event.
We did a lot of shopping. We did a lot of talking. We paid hugely inflated prices for drinks and something small to eat. We did more shopping. We enjoyed ourselves.
Kudos to Winter Woofstock for addressing the severe challenges of last years event. Also kudos for responding to my concerns on Twitter. You definitely earned my praises this year. Much better facility choice (same facility different rooms), wider aisles, no carpet, and a potty park for those who brought their dogs. Very welcomed and huge improvements.
There were a few cavaliers in attendance but not very many. We did get to meet sweet Daisy and her beautiful sweaters from Dogs and Daisies
She was having a snooze when we got there but was excited to come out and greet us in typical cavalier fashion. Your sweaters are gorgeous Daisy!
She had her sweet Havanese girl with her. Don’t tell my girls but Havanese are on my short list of breeds that I’d love to own.
My friends didn’t fare as well with their wallets. 🙂
Now to start saving for the summer…