AUSTRALIAN GRAND CHAMPION
BUIDHE BEHUGGABELLE
w. 12.2.1999 - 4.10.2011
Sire:  Ch Buidhe Beau Basil
Dam:  Bluhaze Hot Chocolate (Imp NZ)
Photo taken 29.1.06
BEST OF BREED
MELBOURNE ROYAL SHOW
2005
Photo by Pedini
On 26th October 2002 at Renmark
All Breeds Championship Show
under judge Mr A Reading
Honey was awarded BEST IN GROUP
thus giving her final points for the
title of
AUSTRALIAN GRAND CHAMPION
Royal Melbourne Show 2004
photo by Pedini
   HONEY'S SHOW RESULTS

Retired at 7  years of age  Honey  gained 1960 challenge points and her lovely dark steel blue
coat and golden furnishings maintained their correct colour throughout her life.  
She was a delight to show - a real little showoff.
She impressed the judge at her last show -

     RUNNER UP TO BEST EXHIBIT IN GROUP
              Adelaide Hills Kennel Club - 29th January 2006.

       










BEST EXHIBIT IN SHOW
ACT Aust Silky Terrier & Yorkshire Terrier Champ Show 2.10.05
BEST EXHIBIT IN GROUP Canine Fanciers Club 19.12.2004
RUNNER UP TO BEST EXHIBIT IN SHOW (All Breeds) April, 2003
ROYAL SHOW RESULTS
ADELAIDE:
2000  CHALLENGE BITCH
2003  CHALLENGE BITCH and RUNNER UP BEST OF BREED
2004  CHALLENGE BITCH and BEST OF BREED
MELBOURNE:
2004   CHALLENGE BITCH and BEST OF BREED
2005   CHALLENGE BITCH and BEST OF BREED
BRISBANE:
2005    CHALLENGE BITCH
Honey, January 2005
There was another side to
Honey.
She was a
CARING CANINE
COMPANION
and visited
Residential Aged Care Homes,
bringing lots of pleasure
being hugged and cuddled
by her elderly friends.
Everyone sat  patiently waiting
for their turn to spend
Happy Moments with
Honey
on their lap or bed.
Honey has also been a Mum!
Her lovely boy
Jess (Ch Buidhe Beau Geste)
and her girl  
Bonny
who is following in her mother's footsteps making friends in the Aged Care
Community with her owner Joy.
Jess
Aust Champion Buidhe Beau Geste
Bonny Belle
Owned by Joy Rump
Owned by Barbara Brenchley
Simply the Best
HONEY
has been our most wonderful companion
and heart dog for almost 13 years.
She has left her pawprints deeply
embedded on our hearts.
Her favourite spot on the lounge is empty
but she will always be there.

We have so many precious memories of
her life
As a Therapy Dog visiting in Aged Care
As a showgirl
As a mum
As a special companion to Sigge
As a devoted lap sitter

We will miss you so much
but we know we will meet again at the
Rainbow Bridge