Austin Bulldog Club Show Held In Brady


The Austin Bulldog Club held its Annual show in Brady for the second year in a row this past weekend, and they’re planning be back again next January,

Austing Bulldog Club President Linda Scott said Brady is a great location for their show. She said the Brady Civic Center as great facility for the show that included over 50 Bulldogs from across Texas and a number of other states. Scott added the people in Brady have been friendly and happy to have the group here.

Scott explained the dogs involved are all pure-bred Bulldogs that are also known as English Bulldogs. Its the classic Bulldog look used as the Brady High School mascot. A part of the purpose of the Show, Scott said, is to promote the breed and keep it pure.

The group held four shows over the three-day week-end. The shows were organized along several lines.

One of the exhibitors at the Bulldog Show were Blaine and Shelia McKenzie from Tomball, Texas. It was their first trip to Brady. Sheila explained she had been involved with Bulldogs all her life, while husband Blaine had been in for just 10 years. They attend from 15-20 similar shows each year, not only in Texas, but also all across the country.

(Sheila McKenzie with “Andy” – one of two Bulldogs she and husband Blaine brought to the Austin Bulldog Show held this past weekend in Brady.)