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On those days Biggie is just like a normal pet pug. He sits on the couch and gets rubbed.” You have to love it, Koch said. As an 8-year-old girl her mother took her from their home in Pinehurst up to one of the oldest kennel clubs in the country in the state capital, the Raleigh Kennel Club. The little girl chatted with a breeder, from all the way up in mountains, all about a potential pet, and the talk thrilled her. Several weeks later, her very own Shetland Sheepdog came down to Pinehurst on the train from Asheville, Koch remembered, “Like Lassie, but – of course – much smaller.” When Koch’s daughter went off to St. Mary’s School in Raleigh – then offering two years of college – in the early 1990s, her daughter got a pug to live with in a small apartment. And Koch wanted one too. She bought her first pug from a breeder whom she befriended and from whom she learned about the world of dog showing. Koch entered the game in 1992. Biggie is her most successful dog to date.