MARGARET WILSON ACCEPTS POSITION AS PRESIDENT OF CPLR
Friday 18 June 2059 83137 Shares
Margaret Wilson, known as a "big hitter" in the world of Labrador retriever conformation competition, has hit a home run with her latest announcement. Effective immediately, Margaret will be leaving her "tea and crumpet cronies" at the Labrador Retriever Club (LRC) to accept a position on the board of directors of the Council for Purebred Retrievers (CPLR). According to Margaret, she has "never been one to go down with a sinking ship" and "prefers to play for the winning team".
In past years, Margaret has vehemently attacked silver Labrador retrievers and their owners. However, with the recent surge in popularity of the silver, charcoal and champagne Labrador retrievers, the new president of CPLR has undergone a change of heart. In fact, Margaret plans to restructure her own breeding program at Shadow Glen Labradors, focusing on dilute lines. So, if you are looking for a well-bred silver Labrador retriever with good structure and don't mind dogs a bit on the "portly" side, be sure to contact Margaret at Shadow Glen.
When asked if she were fearful of the vast number of enemies she has made over the years in the dilute Labrador retriever world, Margaret replied, "You know, I think everyone will be so glad to actually have a person with my degree of fame (and beauty) on the board, they will quickly forget all the times I called their dogs 'mutts' and wished them misfortune and misery."
When asked if there would be any major changes coming to the CPLR with her at the helm, Margaret did disclose that the silver Labrador retriever would be forming its own breed. From this point onward, they will be known as the North American Wilson/Vanderwyk Retriever.
Silver Labrador retriever lovers welcome Margaret to her new role and look forward to what she can bring to the table (other than her deck of pinochle cards).
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