Thoughts on Judging Pawshionista

Thoughts on Judging Pawshionista

When Parkmall invited me to judge a dog show, no one was more surprised than me.

I replied, “Uy hahaha I have to decline. I don’t know anything about dogs. I’m not really a dog person. I think my wife might be a better candidate.”

Then they clarified that it was for the Pawshionista Pet Runway Competition, pets and their owners strut their stuff wearing the national costume from their assigned country. Always up for something fun, I said yes.

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Thoughts on Judging Pawshionista

When Parkmall invited me to judge a dog show, no one was more surprised than me.

I replied, “Uy hahaha I have to decline. I don’t know anything about dogs. I’m not really a dog person. I think my wife might be a better candidate.”

Then they clarified that it was for the Pawshionista Pet Runway Competition, pets and their owners strut their stuff wearing the national costume from their assigned country. Always up for something fun, I said yes.

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Maria Campbell 2016 Snapback Release

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The Basic Collection Lookbook

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International TableTop Day 2016 Right in Cebu City

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