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The Dachshund Club of America Newsletter

AUTUMN 2016, Volume XL, Number 3

Lynne Dahlén, Editor 9086 Daniels 70 Siren, WI 54872 Official DCA Website: dachshundclubofamerica.org

Da chshund C lub of America Newslet t er • A UT UMN 20 1 6, Volume XL, Number 3


Number One NOHS Longhair Dachshund 2015 and 2016

NOHS BEST IN SHOW Thank you Judge David W. Haddock! Breeders/Owners/Handlers: Tom and Kathleen Lockyer Lockshire Dachshunds • tklockyer@gmail.com • 360-798-5642

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Thank you Judge William Geshwiller! Owners: Ken and Carol Fuchs Breeders: Tom and Kathleen Lockyer Lockshire Dachshunds • tklockyer@gmail.com • 360-798-5642 Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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officers board of directors

President

2nd Vice President

Recording Secretary

Carl Holder 1130 Redoak Drive Lumberton, TX 77657 (409) 755-6569 candachs@aol.com

Fran Colonna 700 Maple Lane Lansing, KS 66043-6221 (913) 727-2246 Kanawha123@aol.com

Vicki Spencer 2650 Holland Drive Owensboro, KY 42303-2723 (270) 316-0051 lorindol@roadrunner.com

1st Vice President

Treasurer

Corresponding Secretary

Walter Jones 390 Eminence Pike Shelbyville, KY 40065-9607 (502) 419-7241 wjones@wyattfirm.com

Ken Levison 8155 E. Galinda Drive Tucson, AZ 85750-2420 (520) 722-9427 dazdox@yahoo.com

Cheryl Shultz 3817 Seven Oaks Drive Corona, CA 92881 (951) 279-8252 cherevee@sbcglobal.net

Class of 2016

Class of 2017

Class of 2018

Jerry Cerasini 14775 Wood Road Alpharetta, GA 3004-3036 (770) 475-3152 ponyguru@aol.com

Charlotte Borghardt P.O. Box 1126 Sierra Vista AZ 85636-1126 (520) 249-5030 teckelhof@earthlink.net

Georjan Bridger P.O. Box 21352 Salem, OR 97307-1352 (503) 364-9695 artsrpassion@live.com

Kathleen Lockyer 428 Salmon Road Brighton, TN 38011-7053 (360) 798-5642 tklockyer@gmail.com

Anne Carson 3520 Nancy Creek Rd., NW Atlanta, GA 30327-2406 (404) 237-9245 annecarson@mindspring.com

Paul Martin 21020 St. Louis Rd. Marshall, VA 20115 (703) 407-7327 brando2@starpower.net

Robert Schwalbe 71 Valley Way Pendergrass, GA 30567 (706) 693-7142 reschwalbe@yahoo.com

Ken Hagmueller 2160 Bells Chapel Road Waxahachie, TX 75165-6753 (214) 263-8004 kenhag@mytocn.com

Cyndy Jo Senff 789 Mesa Drive Del Valle, TX 78617-5632 (512) 247-2152 info@dynadaux.com

Deneice Van Hook, DVM 3 Deerwood Trail Fairview Heights, IL 62208 (618) 213-6016 k9coach@aol.com

Brian Owen 500 Crooked Creek Road Silver Creek, MS 39663-4409 (601) 886-9996 shadowdachs@yahoo.com

Robert Wlodkowski 2710 Valley Farm Road Waxhaw, NC 28173 (704) 843-5858 Rslepyholo@aol.com

AKC Delegate Larry Sorenson 112 Two Does Lane Clayton, NC 27550-8492 (919) 550-7631 llsoren@earthlink.net

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CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE 2016 NATIONAL SPECIALTY WINNERS! Best In Specialty Show: GCh. Leoralees Little Bit of Heaven @ JBS SL (Jyl Scott and Marietta Singleton) Absolute and Best FC Dog: Ch. DC Hoppledach’s Ottowa v Sho Me, RN, CGC (Pamala Hopkins) High in Trial and High Combined: Goose Creek’s Longest Tale ML UD owned and handled by Nancy Andrews, bred by L. Rowell Best Junior Handler: Anna Cook with GCh. TurningPt Keeps Them Yankee Girls ‘a Wishin’ (bred by Randy and Pete Eltringham) 2

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New Members & Applicants. . . . . . . . . .

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Advertisers Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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HEALTH & WELFARE Tick Based Disease . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Tickborne Diseases submitted by Charlotte Borghardt

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Tickborne disease occurs when ticks infected with a pathogen bite a dog and transmit the pathogen into the dog’s body. Many of these pathogens are zoonotic, meaning they can also infect humans. Disease is not spread between dogs and humans directly because these pathogens must complete their life cycle phase within the tick to become infectious. Therefore, while humans and other non-canine family members can also become infected, a direct tick bite is required to transmit disease. The most common tickborne diseases are Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Hepatozoonosis, Babesiosis, and Lyme disease.

Hunting as a Community Service by Trudy Kawami

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Woodchucks have become habituated to living in densely populated areas in the Northeast, and can do a lot of damage. They completely destroyed a therapeutic garden run as part of a program for children with developmental problems on Staten Island, NY. Some years ago we began a sanctioned patrol of the small state-owned farm to counter the damage. In the first year hunting was easy. With no predators the chucks only dug a foot or so into the loamy earth and were easily bolted and dispatched.

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To say “it takes a village” to offer almost two dozen national specialty events in a two week period – including tracking, field, earthdog, agility, rally and obedience trials; educational seminars; grooming seminars; hospitality events; raffles; a Dachshund Costume Contest; Metropolitan Washington Dachshund Club (MWDC) Host Specialty Shows; the Dachshund Club of America (DCA) National Sweepstakes and Specialty Show; and the culminating 2016 DCA Awards Banquet – is putting it mildly! What made it all possible and characteristic of the entire two weeks was the amazing camaraderie, contributions and volunteerism of dozens of MWDC and DCA members, families and friends. A job well done with many wonderful memories!

submitted by Charlotte Borghardt

ABOVE & BELOW GROUND Hunting as a Community Service . .

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by Trudy Kawami

Specialty Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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News from AKC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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by Larry Sorenson

Health & Welfare Trust Fund . . . . .

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Upcoming Specialties. . . . . . . . . . . .

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2015 Top Producers. . . . . . . . . . . . .

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2015 Top Ten Achievements . . . . . .

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Top Producers Merit Program . . . . .

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Letters to and from the Editor. . . . .

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DCA Breeder/Kennel Advertising . .

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2016 Triathlon Winners . . . . . . . . . .

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DCA National Specialty Showcase . .

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DCA Annual Minutes . . . . . . . . . . . .

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by Vicki Spencer

The Quest for Your Foundation Bitch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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by William Given

My Louisiana Adventure by Clare Mancha

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For those of you who are not familiar with hog dog baying, it is the use of trained dogs to corner and hold wild hogs through use of body and voice. This can be in the wild, hunting or in the arena, competing. It’s a long standing tradition in Louisiana and other southern states to farm wild hogs in the woods. Hogs reproduce so efficiently that now these feral hogs have become a real nuisance all along the southern coast line, inward through Texas and all the way up to Oregon and Washington. The dollar amount of damage these wild hogs do to crops and land is in the billions of dollars.

Field Trial Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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DCA Newsletter Winter Advertising Special Prices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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My Louisiana Adventure . . . . . . .

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by Claire Mancha

Newsletter Policies. . . . . . . . . . .

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2017 Nationals Event Schedule .

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Nationals 2017 Information . . . . .

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MEMBER ADVERTISERS Alvarez/Minsmere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Arnold/Jarbsy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Blatz/Summerhill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

NEW APPLICANTS: Kathi Wood and Cynthia Werthamer Saugerties, NY

Comments, in writing, may be sent to Georjan Bridger, DCA Membership Chair.

Sponsors: Angela Lloyd and Christine Cox

Castanada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 Colson/DoRae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 DFABC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Florida East Coast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Florida Gulf Coast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Johnson, Cissy/Greensboro . . . . . . . . . . .45 Johnson/J’s. Heywood/Starbarrack . . . . .22

WRITERS WANTED! The DCA Newsletter is always looking for new and interesting articles or stories pertaining to our breed, or dogs in general. Just contact the editor!

Jones/Sleepytime . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Lloyd/Alegna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Lockyer/Lockshire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .IFC Martin/Briardachs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Niles/Robinwood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39 Parish/Rosethorn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31 Peat/Pramada . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Purina . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103 Roane/Doxidocs/Owl Farm . . . . . . . . . . .42

They have crossed the bridge... Rotraut Luhnau Ruth Martucci Jack Wallace

Simmons/Stardox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Singleton/Leoraless . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Taylor, Chris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 Taylor, Meredith/ MT’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33

Please contact the editor and DCA secretary if you know of one of our members that has recently passed away.

Tutt/Boreas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Warren, Joyce/Joy-Den . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Warren, Lorraine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38

SEE THE DCA NEWSLETTER DIGITAL VERSION https://issuu.com/dachshundclubofamerica/docs/dca_summer_2016

SECRETARIES AND SHOW CHAIRMEN!

Editor, Advertising Coordinator, Graphic Design, Layout and Production: Lynne M. Dahlén Contact: Chazlyn@sirentel.net or 715-349-2566 Editorial Assistant: Chuck Dahlén

DON’T FORGET TO SEND IN RESULTS IF YOU WOULD LIKE THEM PUBLISHED IN THE NEWSLETTER!

ARTICLE CONTRIBUTORS Charlotte Borghardt, Dr. Randy Eltringham, Tracey Freeling, William Given, Claire Mancha, Andra O’Connell, Trudy Kawami, Karen Scheiner, Larry Sorenson, Deniece VanHook, Ann and Bob Wlodkowski

Specialty Submission form: http://www.dachshunddca.org/specialtyshowform.html

PRINTER/MAILING Sutherland Companies, Montezuma, Iowa

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The Dachshund Club of America Inc., The Dachshund Club of America Board of Directors, and the Editor of the Dachshund Club of America Quarterly Newsletter (magazine) are not responsible for the content of any advertisement, solicited or unsolicited editorials, letters or articles that may appear in the newsletter. The content of any advertisement, editorial, letter or article that appears in the Dachshund Club of America Newsletter is the sole responsibility of its advertiser or author.


(Ch. Grandgables Thorny Thicket ML x Sleepytime’s Midnight in the Garden ML)

Zack was WD/BW at DCA 2015 and is pictured following up with an Award of Merit at DCA 2016. Many thanks to breeder-judge Bob Wlodkowski for this very special win.

SUSAN JONES

1528 Mason Road • Durham, NC 27712 919-471-2218 • sleepytyme@aol.com Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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BEST IN NATIONAL SPECIALTY SHOW

Platinum Grand Champion BISS Ch. Leoralees Little Bit of Heaven What a dream come true for a Breeder/Owner/Handler! Marlie Started her career winning BOV at Knickerbocker from the classes. She went on to win BOV Eukanuba and then BOV at the Garden all Breeder/Owner handled!

DCA Number 1 Longhair in 2014 and 2015 Owned by Marietta Singleton and Jyl Scott

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Welcome to the “Health and Welfare”segment of the Newsletter. It is hoped that DCA members will submit ideas for this section of the magazine as well as articles about experiences pertaining to the healthcare of their dogs that will be of interest to other readers.

Please send ideas, suggestions and articles to: Charlotte Borghardt, DCA Health & Welfare Committee, P.O. Box 1126, Sierra Vista, AZ 85636-1126, teckelhofaz@yahoo.com

TICKBORNE DISEASE: PREVALENCE, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT Introduction to Tickborne Disease Tickborne disease occurs when ticks infected with a pathogen bite a dog and transmit the pathogen into the dog’s body. Many of these pathogens are zoonotic, meaning they can also infect humans. Disease is not spread between dogs and humans directly because these pathogens must complete their life cycle phase within the tick to become infectious. Therefore, while humans and other non-canine family members can also become infected, a direct tick bite is required to transmit disease. The most common tickborne diseases are Ehrlichiosis, Anaplasmosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, Hepatozoonosis, Babesiosis, and Lyme disease. The feeding time required to allow disease transmission from a tick to a dog or person varies between ticks and disease agents. Ehrlichiosis and Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever causing bacteria can be transmitted within 3-6 hours of tick attachment, while Lyme Disease causing bacterial transmission can require 24 to 48 hours of feeding before a host is infected.

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Distribution of tickborne disease is associated with the species of tick endemic to a given region. Distribution of tick species, prevalence of ticks within a region and the prevalence of infectious pathogens they carry is not stable and fluctuates on a seasonal basis depending on weather, rainfall and climate. For this reason monitoring of tickborne disease is a dynamic, ongoing process. This interactive map shows the number of reported positive cases of Ehrlichiosis, Lyme disease, Anaplasmosis and heartworm disease in dogs. http://www.dogsandticks.com/ diseases_in_your_area.php. Maps are available for all regions of the United States and Canada. Because so many dogs go untested for tickborne diseases, the actual number of dogs infected by ticks is likely many times higher than reported figures. Species of Ticks That Carry Infectious Pathogens American Dog Tick (Dermacentor variabilis) Deer Tick (or Black legged Tick) (Ixodes scapularis) Brown Dog Tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) Gulf Coast Tick (Amblyomma maculatum) Lone Star Tick (Amblyomma americanum) Rocky Mountain Wood Tick (Dermacentor andersoni)

Spinose Ear Tick (Otobius megnini) Western Black legged Tick (Ixodes pacificus) Brown dog ticks live and can infest inside and around homes and kennels where dogs are present, including in colder regions of North America such as Canada and Alaska. Lone Star ticks, black legged ticks and Western black legged ticks are most commonly found in the understory or leaf litter associated with natural wooded areas frequented by wildlife. The edge habitat often found surrounding a home or yard provides ample habitat to support these ticks. American dog ticks, Rocky Mountain wood ticks, and Gulf Coast ticks are more commonly found in tall, grassy meadows; open woods, particularly along trails; and open fields in agricultural areas. Spinose earticks are found in arid areas west of the Mississippi, particularly in the south central and southwestern United States. Ehrlichiosis [pronounced er-lick-ee-o-sis] is caused by Ehrlichia species of bacteria (Ehrlichia canis, Ehrlichia ewingii, Ehrlichia chaffeensis). Ehrlichia canis is transmitted by the brown dog tick; Ehrlichia ewingii and Ehrlichia chaffeensis are transmitted by the lone star tick. The highest concentration of Ehrlichia canis cases is reported in southwestern and Gulf Coast regions of the


United States. The distribution and number of Ehrlichia ewingii and Ehrlichia chaffeensis cases are on the rise and can be found in states as far north as Massachusetts and as far west as central Oklahoma and Kansas. Symptoms of Ehrlichiosis Ehrlichia species infect white blood cells and platelets, causing symptoms associated with inflammation and problems with blood clotting. Common symptoms can include any of the following: • Depression and/or lack of energy • Loss of appetite • Runny eyes and nose/discharge • Spontaneous nose bleeds • Bruising on gums and belly • Lameness/joint pain • Spontaneous and shifting leg lameness, reluctance to move Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever Rocky Mountain spotted fever (RMSF) is caused by Rickettsia rickettsia bacteria. RMSF is transmitted by the American dog tick and the lone star tick. In dogs, Rocky Mountain spotted fever appears suddenly with severe illness lasting about two weeks. If not treated early enough, Rocky Mountain spotted fever can result in death. Rocky Mountain spotted fever is also a zoonotic disease, which means it can infect people as well as pets. While Rocky Mountain spotted fever is most prevalent in the Rocky Mountain States, it is also prevalent in the Southeast and can be found throughout the United States and Canada. Symptoms of canine Rocky Mountain spotted fever (can be moderate to severe): • Acute fever • Depression and/or lack of energy • Arthritis-like stiffness when walking • Neurological abnormalities Lyme disease is caused by Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria. Lyme disease is transmitted by the deer tick and the western black legged tick. Lyme disease has been found throughout the United States and Canada, but infections are most frequently diagnosed in the Northeastern, Mid-Atlantic and North-central states, as well as in California. Symptoms of Lyme disease • Spontaneous and shifting leg lameness that lasts 3-4 days, recurrent lameness due to inflammation of the joints

• Reluctance to move, fatigue • Loss of appetite and depression More serious complications include damage to the kidney, and rarely heart or nervous system disease symptoms may come and go and can mimic other health conditions. Cases vary from mild to severe with severe cases sometimes resulting in kidney failure and death.

moh-sis] is caused by Anaplasma species of bacteria, specifically Anaplasma phagocytophilum and Anaplasma platys. Both forms of canine anaplasmosis are found throughout the United States and Canada. Areas where canine anaplasmosis is more common include the Northeastern, Mid-Atlantic and North-central states, as well as California. Anaplasma platys, specifically, is more common in Gulf Coast and Southwestern states Anaplasma phagocytophilum is transmitted by the deer tick and the western black legged tick. These are the same ticks that transmit Lyme disease which increases the risk of co-infection with multiple Tickborne diseases. Anaplasma phagocytophilum is also a zoonotic disease, which means it can infect people as well as pets. Anaplasma platys is transmitted by the brown dog tick. Symptoms of Anaplasma phagocytophilum Anaplasma phagocytophilum infect white blood cells, causing symptoms associated with inflammation. Symptoms are often vague and nonspecific: • Loss of appetite • Lethargy • Lameness, reluctance to move • Neck pain or neurologic signs in some cases Symptoms of Anaplasma platys Anaplasma platys infects platelets, causing symptoms associated with failure of blood clotting: • Bruising on the gums and belly • Spontaneous nosebleeds

Babesiosis [pronounced ba-bee-ze-oh-sis] is caused by Babesia species of bacteria: Babesia gibsoni and Babesia vogeli. Babesia vogeli organisms are transmitted by the brown dog tick, but other species like Babesia gibsoni can also be transmitted from dog to dog if an infected dog bites another (fighting, etc.) or a blood transfusion. Babesiosis is found throughout the United States and Canada. Symptoms of babesiosis Babesiosis affects red blood cells, and as a dog’s immune system tries to eliminate the infected blood cells, anemia, pallor and general weakness may result. • Lack of activity/lethargy • Generalized weakness • Vomiting • Loss of appetite • Weight loss Hepatozoonosis Canine hepatozoonosis is caused by infection with Hepatozoon species of parasites: Hepatozoon americanum is transmitted by the Gulf Coast tick, and Hepatozoon canis is transmitted by the brown dog tick. Cases of canine hepatozoonosis have been reported in the Eastern and Middle-southern regions of the United States. Unlike other vector borne diseases that are transmitted by tick bite, both forms of canine hepatozoonosis are transmitted when a dog ingests an infected tick. Symptoms of Hepatozoon canis: Hepatozoon canis infects white blood cells, causing vague, non-specific symptoms: • Loss of appetite • Weight loss • Lethargy Symptoms of Hepatozoon americanum Hepatozoon americanum affects muscle cells, resulting in a debilitating and potentially fatal condition. A dog infected with Hepatozoon americanum will typically show severe symptoms that occur intermittently. These can include any of the following: • Fever/depression • Generalized pain • Loss of muscle mass with chronic weight loss • Discharge from the eyes

Reprinted with permission from the AKC Canine Health Foundation

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GCH Summerhill Whispering Breeze SS ROMO (CH Laddland Bonfire on Summerhill x CH Laddland Puff Pastry ROM) • d.o.b. 10/20/2007

WENDY, from my first litter, my first Bred-By Champion, my first Grand Champion, My Heart ~By Brokmor’s Heartbreaker~ CH Summerhill Stairway To Heaven SS: WD-Host Specialty, Wisconsin DCA-2011 GCH Summerhill Music Of The Night SS: WB-Host Specialty, Wisconsin DCA-2011 ~By GCH Hildisvin Wurdig Smokestack Lightning SS~ GCHS Summerhill Freedom SS: WD-Host Specialty, St. Louis DCA-2013 CH Summerhill Our Lives Our Fortunes SS ~By GCH Lorindol Air Force One Over Summerhill SS~ GCH Summerhill Fascination SS, CH Summerhill Fatal Attraction at Desara SS CH Summerhill Face The Music SS, CH Summerhill Field Of Dreams SS We want to thank the owners who made this possible. Walt Collins, Mike & April O’Connel, DeDe Reed (Desara), Terry & Carol Newell and Nancy Watson!

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Boreas Dachshunds 2016: keeping up the tradition of winning at least one specialty major on the road to their Championships. We would like to say a special thank you to the following Breeder Judges who have recognized our dogs along the way: Jane Fowler • Dr. Edna Martin • Mary Olich-Nie • David Loring Brown Diane Young McCormack • John Contoupe • Marci Forrester Christine Erickson • Dr. Andrew Kostic • Ryan Horvath Grand Dr. Ken Levison • John Wade • Carla Mathies Champion David Peat • Pamela Peat • Georjan Bridger at 10 months old! Patrica Taylor • Jacquelyn Fogel • Peggy Lloyd Lisa Warren • Adrian Woodfork

(GCHS Wiretap Ride Out The Storm x CH Boreas Setting Fire To The Rain v Cabaret SW)

Breeder/Owners: Gail Tutt & Tracy Olson 5 point Specialty Major, GPDC June 2016 Hound Breeder Judge David Miller

(GCHS Wiretap Ride Out The Storm x CH Boreas Setting Fire To The Rain v Cabaret SW)

Co-owned with Andrew Toplarski & Dwight Ward 5 point Specialty Major, GPDC June 2016 Breeder Judge Christine Erickson He finishes at 9 months old!! Watch for Boreas Glinda The Good Witch, co-owned with Marj Brooks, in the ring in 2016. She was in the ribbons her first weekend out in the 6-9 puppy classes. Boreas All I Ask Of You, Remington (no picture) co-owned with Leslie Trip is now major pointed, the fourth puppy to be shown out of this litter. They are out of GCHS Wiretap Ride Out The Storm x CH Boreas Setting Fire To The Rain v Cabaret SW.

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Boreas Dachshunds are exclusively Breeder/Owner Handled or Owner Handled. Breeders: Gail Tutt & Tracy Olson (See our Dogs wins on INFODOG)

(GCHS Wiretap Ride Out The Storm x CH Boreas Setting Fire To The Rain v Cabaret SW)

Co-owned with Pat Marlow 3 point Specialty Major, CDC July 2016 Breeder Judge John Wade

(MBISS CH Raydach’s Too Far From Texas x BISS GCH DC CamRidge Love Is Boreas, ROMX

Owned by Andrew Toplarski & Dwight Ward 3 point Specialty Major, GGDC February 2016 Breeder Judge Dr. Ken Levison

(CH Brazos Ski Uno Bowteak x GCH DC Boreas There’s Something Sexy About The Rain SW)

Breeder/Owners: Gail Tutt & Tracy Olson 5 point Specialty Major, GPDC June 2016 Breeder Judge Christine Erickson

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GCH DoRae Solo Maxim ML X CH Dash’n Doxies N the Spotlite v DoRae MLD

Bred By: Nancy Colson – DoRae Hounds and Debbie James – Dash N Doxies Thank you to the breeder judges that found Page – aLL fRoM THe BReD By CLaSS BoW/BoS – 1 pt. at Houston Dachshund Club, Judge Jerry Cerasini BoW/BoS – 4 pts. at Bayou Dachshund Club, Judge Dianne Graham BoW/BoS – 5 pts. at Sooner Dachshund Club, Judge fran Colonna BoW/WB – 5 pts. at Dachshund Club of america, Judge Robert Wlodkowski

DoRae Hounds • Nancy Colson • Dorae_nrc@consolidated.net Dachshund Club of America Summer 2016

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“JB” Bronze GCh. Stardox Skyfall BJB congratulates his father “Woody” Canadian Ch., DCh. Stardox Twist and Shout JE, for being awarded BOV at the MWDC host show by Breeder Judge Frances “Cookie” Roush. At DCA Woody was awarded an AOM as well as Best Veteran in Show by Breeder Judge Connie Fisher.

“Woody” congratulates his son “JB” and daughter “Addie”, Stardox The Game is A foot Adler, for each being awarded 1st in the Open Dog and Open Bitch stake at the DCA field trials. Addie was also awarded RWB at DCA for a 3 point major under Connie Fisher!

Thank you Judges! “JB” is owned and loved by Lorraine and David Simmons

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Bred by Angela Lloyd Owned by Tyler Mills, Angela Lloyd, and Erin Nesbitt

We are so grateful to the judges who have recognized this young dog! He is a true joy to live with and show! A dog with a truly sunny temperament!

Owners: V. Barahas and C. Alacron ~ Hounds of Barala Breeders: Stacy and Evan Threlfall, Angela Lloyd and Kim Rudzik Best Owner/Handler in Show Judge: Mrs. Ann Hern

Wills is an extremely special boy, with extremely special Owners! We are so very proud of the success Chuck and Wills have accomplished thus far....the FUTURE is BRIGHT!

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Owners/Breeders: Dwayne H. Early & David Border Handler/Agent/Mom: Angela Lloyd Judge: Mr. Eric Henningsen

Ch. The Rascal Farms Irko Polo X Scoshire I Only Have Eyes For 4-U

At 13 years of age Amos wins First Award Of Merit from the veteran class. He showed everyone he is still the showman he always has been! We love you little man!

ANGELA L. LLOYD, AKC Registered Handler 393 S. Poes Rd., Amissville, VA 20106 • Email: angelalynnlloyd@me.com AKC Apprentice: Erin Nesbitt

Our Norwegian Princess! Mandy hit the ring in the USA two weeks before DCA, what a dream come true to have her finish her American championship at DCA 2016! Special thank you to Vera Vestby for entrusting Mandy to me.

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Pictured going BOV at the Dachshund Club of America National Specialty under breeder-judge Connie Fisher. Breeder-Owner-Handled. 30 years ago, this award was won by Ch. Galadachs Contessa ROMX, his great-great grandmother, also owned and handled by Joyce. She was also Best Puppy in Sweeps over 125 puppies at 14 months of age and also BEST of BREED at the National Specialty in 1986. Contessa’s daughter, Ch. Joy-Dens Zoom-Zoom Zelda SS, won BOV in 1995 from the classes. 20

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Handsome is pictured going BOS to BOB, again under breeder-judge Connie Fisher at the Dachshund Club of America National Specialty, once again, breeder-owner-handled.

Breeder-Owner-Handler Joyce Warren joydenknl@verizon.net Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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GCh. J’s Lady Bug’s Baby Bugs Devil of a Bug X Ch. Starbarrack’s Spice Island

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Breeder Midge Morse

Co-Owner Sharon B. Johnson


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Ch. Boondox Forrest Gump ROMO Jarbsy’s Burn Notice

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GChB Jarbsy’s Mama Mia ROMO

GChB Jarbsy’s Does Your Mother Know Ch. Telkel Fini Les Caprices ROM* Can Ch. Vongay’s Porsche Targa SL

*ROM pending approval

Breeder: Sophie Tremblay, Telkel Dachshunds Owner: Sandy Arnold, Jarbsy Dachshunds jarbsydox@gmail.com

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oodchucks have become habituated to living in densely populated areas in the Northeast, and can do a lot of damage. They completely destroyed a therapeutic garden run as part of a program for children with developmental problems on Staten Island, NY. Some years ago we began a sanctioned patrol of the small state-owned farm to counter the damage. In the first year hunting was easy. With no predators the chucks only dug a foot or so into the loamy earth and were easily bolted and dispatched. The next year the holes were far deeper, a response to the appearance of coyotes on Staten Island. One day in June three of us spent two hours digging for a chuck in the 10 ft. high compost piles. (The piles were already two years old so they were soil, not garbage) The dogs, a Border Terrier, three standard wires, and one mini smooth, were going in and out, barking in this hole, then that, never staying on one hole for very long. We dug four feet down and still couldn’t find the thing! The garden manager was excited by the dogs’ persistence and got his small tractor with a front-end scoop to move the soil, depositing it to the far side. We positioned ourselves with dogs on leads on the opposite side of the piles from the tractor. With each scoop the dogs would lean towards the holes we had dug near the base as the chuckscented air was pushed out by the scoop. But no chuck appeared. After huge eight scoops the clay stratum that underlies this part of Staten Island was exposed. I made a cutting motion to the manager as it was hard to hear over the tractor noise, but he ignored me (boys with toys?) and made another pass. Maryanne and Susan had moved to one side. As the scoop lifted up and the excess dirt began to slide out a chuck head materialized. The animal quickly jumped from the rising scoop into high weeds as I unleashed wire Dachsie Driad and yelled “Dogs over here! Dogs over here!” Of course no

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one heard me over the noise of the tractor and by the time they got around the remaining compost piles, chuck had disappeared. The area was not huge and we had four dogs combing it, but to no effect. Mr. Chuck lived to eat another day. We went back to examine the cuts the tractor had made (Figure 1) in the mounds and found at least two tunnels that ran well into the clay bed beneath them. (Figure 2) As it turned out the chuck had been exactly where the dogs said he was, but we never would have found him as he kept slipping back and forth between the two tunnels. Moral of the story: Believe your dog even if you are tired of digging! Later in the summer we checked out a den that might have belonged to The One That Got Away - nothing. Compost pile provoked no interest either. While ranging around the north side of the farm field standard wire Vina slipped under the deer fence of the kids’ garden only to be caught in a large Hav-a-Hart trap set in a woodchuck run. Laughing at her lack of judgement, we released her, and walked along the back woods checking out many holes, but getting little response from the dogs. Standard wire Cadman liked one hole a bit, Vina another; but no one was really excited. As we turned to walk back, Vina bayed something above ground on the north side of the tractor path, in a small open clearing past some pines. By the time we got there, mini smooth Ember had entered a hole and was completely out of sight underground. After a relatively easy dig of five shallow holes below the root level of the brush, we reached Ember. I pulled her out as her job, locating and marking the quary underground, was done. Working in the opened cut, Cadman and Border Terrier Tanner changed the tone of

together, in the same Hav-a-Hart. Some dogs have more drive than sense! On another summer day we had patrolled the farm joined by a game little Westie, Sophie. We found little action, so we cut back toward the along the west of the fenced garden expecting to rest in the shade and get some lunch – it was about 11:30. However Ember began to bark at the entrance to a complex of holes deep under cat briars (of course), wisteria roots and assorted half-dead bushes. She disappeared into the hole and was seconded in her tonguing by Border Tanner. Vina and Westie Sophie (Figure 4) also ran to the hole and began to bark. At this point we tied off Vina, Sophie and Tanner at a distance so we could hear Ember. The critter was not too far away from her to judge from the timbre of her barking coming through the soil. The ground was soft from the recent rain so after we cleared the worst of the briars and roots. I barred the spot that I thought was behind the quarry. The bar sunk through quickly into a deep chamber that turned out to be about a foot in diameter. We opened this but found no quarry and no indication that this space even connected to the tunnel with the continually voicing Ember. Some probing around the sides of the chamber with a stick suggested a softer spot to one side. Using the demolition bar again we quickly found a smaller chamber. As we open the earth, we heard a deep growling sound in addition to the barking. A bit more clearing revealed that we had come in just above the head of a very irritated ‘possum. Facing the ‘possum we could glimpse an equally irate Ember. Opossum are not a problem at the farm and are beneficial in many ways as they eat

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their voicing, and Tanner, who was in the lead, quickly pulled a juvenile chuck from the hole. It was quickly dispatched though we were frustrated not to have found the One That Got Away. (Figure 3) One the way back to the cars, both Ember and Vina, scouting the north side of the farm field again got caught, this time

grubs, so we dug out Ember and left the critter in peace. It was almost 1 PM and by now we really needed lunch! Our regular patrols have made the chucks more respectful of the garden and the kids could see their seedlings flourish and fruit. We have performed a community service, and the dogs get to do what they were bred to do: it was winwin all around.!


HUNTING As Community Service by Trudy Kawami, photos by Maryanne Santomauro

2. Compost pile cut with figure pointing to one hole in the bottom of the cut and GCh. Saytar’s Jada PinkIt with her nose on the second hole.

1. Cut through the compost piles.

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GCH Briarmist Bushranger ROMX x CH Pramada’s Rudbeckia L

STANLEY is just testing the waters of the show ring, but has proven he will be ready for 2017! Watch for him with Tom and Maggie! Best of Opposite Sex to Variety – Golden Gate Dachshund Club AM Best of Variety – Golden Gate Dachshund Club PM Award of Merit - Met Washington Dachshund Club DCA National Host Show #1 Special thanks to Dave (Dad) Peat for piloting Stanley to the Award of Merit

Koradox Dachshunds – Tom Sikora 707-354-0581 • koradoxtom@gmail.com www.koradox.com

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GCH Briarmist Bushranger ROMX x CH Pramada’s She’s So California at Koradox ROMX

Daffy has been having a GREAT 2016: Best of Variety – Golden Gate Dachshund Club AM Best of Opposite Sex to Variety – Golden Gate Dachshund Club PM Best of Opposite to Best of Breed - Met Washington Dachshund Club DCA National Host Show #1 Select Bitch – Met Washington Dachshund Club DCA National Host Show #2 Select Bitch Greater Portland DC #1 Best in Specialty Show – Greater Portland Dachshund Club #2

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Pramada Dachshunds – Maggie Peat pramadakennels@gmail.com • 415-309-0103 www.pramadakennels.com


MBISS GCHB Pramada’s Living Legend L x CH Pramada’s Queen B of Melrose L

Charles has achieved the following in 2016: Group 4 at Crufts Best of Variety – Desert Valley Dachshund Club Group 1 – Sacramento KC • Select Dog – Met Washington Dachshund Club DCA National Host Show #1 Award of Merit – Met Washington Dachshund Club DCA National Host Show #2 Best in Specialty Show Greater Portland DC AM • Award of Merit – Greater Portland Dachshund Club PM Multiple Group Placements

Koradox Dachshunds – Tom Sikora 707-354-0581 • koradoxtom@gmail.com www.koradox.com

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BISS Grand Champion

Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL GCh. Hundeleben Queen’s Armada SL X GCh. Hunderbar Ditch Witch SL

“Cheddar”

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Owners: Christine Taylor & Carlos J. Puig (Hundeleben)


• Reserve from puppy class: MADC, DCA Host 2012 – Judge Ron Spritzer • Reserve Winners Dog: DCA National Specialty 2013 – Judge Lynne Allen • Select Dog-GGDC: DCA Host 2014 – Judge Marci Forrester • First Dog Award of Merit: DCA National 2014 – Judge Jane Fowler

(GCh. Lone Pines Frere Jacques MW X MBIS/MBISS GCh. Rosethorn Unique Answer ROMO) Breeder/Owner/Handler - Sheila Parish Rosethorn Dachshunds Urbana, IL

• Sire of Winners Dog/Best of Winners: DCA National Specialty 2015 – Judge Peggy Gutierrez-Otero • First Award of Merit: MWDC, DCA Host 2016 – Judge Gale Yamaguchi • Sire of Reserve Winners Dog: DCA National Specialty 2015 – Judge Eric Henningsen Multiple Best in Specialty Shows Multiple Specialty Show Best of Varieties Multiple Hound Group First and Placements Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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BOS

Ch. Ferrari For Benbon MS Degli Aristobassi SELD DC Carrdox S-Hummer Sky At Darshan SS SELB DC Sandar’s Eye Candy MSD

SELD GCh. Minidogland Lincoln SELB GCh. Windyoak’s MS Budding Blossom WIREHAIR Midernoch A Hansum Ransum De Perocima MW WB Kadell’s Glitter Is Always An BOW Option W BOV GCh. Woldorf’s Illusion SW BOS GCh. Alegna’s Heir Force One MW CAA SELD GCh. Energy Elegance Bufori SELB GCh.P Kadell’s Gold Dust W

WD WIREHAIR Birkendach’s C.K. Dexter Haven Alyeska’s Gold Nuggets My Way MW Ch. Eternal’s Set The Night On Fire MW BOS GCh. Icon I’m In Hot Water JE SELD GCh. Energy Elegance Bufori SELB GCh. Von Weilburg’s Cosima Wunderkind

WD WB BOW BOV

REMEMBER! Only those results sent in to the Trophy Chair, editor or webmaster via e-mail will be published in the newsletter. Marked catalogs cannot accepted. Submit your results to: http://www.dachshunddca.org/specialtyshowform.html •RESULTS ARE PUBLISHED AS SUBMITTED•

Cumberland Valley Dachshund Club May 1, 2016

Dachshund Club of America Inc. June 24, 2016

Breed Judge: Mr. Bradley Jenkins

Sweepstakes Judge: Mrs. Carol Hamilton

Total Entry Per Coat: Longhair - 27 Smooth - 9, Wire Hair - 11 LONGHAIR Kerrybrook Zest For Life V Cameo ML WB/BOS Walmar-Solo’s Bless It At BOW Smoke Rise SL BOV Leoralees True Grit At Heardachs SELD Lockshire’s Rembrandat SL RN NA NF SELB Stardust Steel Magnolia Von Skaer WD

SMOOTH Stenlees Jame Bonde At Bright Creek Kidsay Heart Of The Bluegrass MS BOV Geisler’s Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds BOS Kidsay Blue Skies Over Kentucky SELD Beachside Dox Ace V Leoralees SELB Toskydox Wiccan’s Chemise SS

WD BOW WB

WIREHAIR WD/BOW Livewire’s Awesome Impact BOV WB Carowymd’s Colleen Zoe Girl MW BOV Livewire’s Awesome Impact BOS Lockshires Girl Raised In The South SW SELD Lockshire’s The Falcon SELB Hunu Shut Up ‘n’ Dance MW BOB BOS

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Sweeps Entry Numbers: Longhair - 1, Smooth - 2, Wirehair - 3 BOV Longhair Ozo’s N Mojave Explosion Of Fireworks MLD BOV Smooth Avignon’s Russian Roulette MS BOS Smooth Toskydox Marika Suertuda SS BOV Wirehair Birkendach’s C.K. Dexter Haven BOS Wirehair Dorr’s Perrocima Tiffany MW Best in Sweepstakes Birkendach’s C.K. Dexter Haven Best of Opposite in Sweepstakes Dorr’s Perrocima Tiffany MW Breed Judge: Mr. Aubrey Nash Total Entry Per Coat Longhair - 7, Smooth - 27, Wirehair - 32

BOB

LONGHAIR Do Rae Dash N’ Doxies News Flash ML Conjadane Magic’s Miracle GCh. Ozo’s Manmar Shortline RR ML BOS GCh. Corrbelle’s Fashionably Late V Solo SL SELD Ch. Sunshine’s California Dream SELB Ch. Rare Treat’s I Won’t Back Down

SMOOTH WD Avignon’s Russian Roulette MS WB/BOW Toskydox Marika Suertada SS BOV Lucene’s Princess Diana

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Lucene’s Princess Diana GCh. Alegna’s Heir Force One MW CAA

Ch. Eternal’s Set The Night On Fire MW BOS GCh. Ozo’s Manmar Shortline RR ML _________________________________

Best Junior Lilly Bedowitz _________________________________

Dachshund Club of Santa Ana Valley Inc. June 25, 2016

Dachshund Club of Santa Ana Valley Inc. June 26, 2016

Sweepstakes Judge: Mr. Adrian Quesada

Sweepstakes Judge: Mrs. Victoria Ronchette

Sweeps Entry Numbers: Longhair - 1, Smooth - 4, Wirehair - 3

Sweeps Entry Numbers: Longhair - 2, Smooth - 4, Wirehair - 3

BOV Longhair Ozo’s N Mojave Explosion of Fireworks MLD BOV Smooth Mojave’s Whiskey Barrel Amber MS BOS Smooth Avignon’s Russian Roulette MS BOV Wirehair Dorr’s Perrocima Tiffany MW BOS Wirehair Birkendach’s C.K. Dexter Haven

BOV Longhair Ozo’s N Mojave Explosion of Fireworks MLD BOV Smooth Toskydox Marika Suertada SS BOS Smooth Avignon’s Russian Roulette MS BOV Wirehair Dorr’s Perrocima Tiffany MW BOS Wirehair Birkendach’s C.K. Dexter Haven

Best in Sweepstakes Mojave’s Whiskey Barrel Amber MS Best of Opposite in Sweepstakes Avignon’s Russian Roulette MS Breed Judge: Mr. Frederick Vogel Total Entry Per Coat Longhair - 26, Smooth - 28, Wirehair - 27 LONGHAIR Do Rae Dash N’ Doxies News Flash ML WB/BOW FC Roserun’s Unforgettable CGC BOV Ch. Rare Treat’s I Won’t Back Down BOS Ch. Correbelle’s Running Late V Solo SL SELB GCh. Corrbelle’s Fashionably Late V Solo SL WD

WD BOW WB BOV

BOB BOS

SMOOTH WD/BOW Spellbound Polar Vortex WB From Redteckels Story Amor A Vida BOV Lucene’s Princess Diana BOS DC Carrdox S-Hummer Sky At Darshan SS

Best in Sweepstakes Ozo’s N Mojave Explosion of Fireworks Best of Opposite in Sweepstakes Toskydox Marika Suertada SS Breed Judge: Ms. Georjan Bridger Total Entry Per Coat Longhair - 30, Smooth - 28, Wirehair - 22 LONGHAIR Lockshire’s A Few Dollars More SL Windcatcher’s Kiss An Angel Good Morning BOV GCh. Corrbelle’s Fashionably Late V Solo SL BOS Ch. Correbelle’s Running Late V Solo SL SELD GCh. Ozo’s Manmar Shortline RR ML SELB Ch. Windyoak’s Starlight Serenade MLD WD BOW WB

WD WB BOW BOV

SMOOTH Spellbound Polar Vortex Bitch Mojave’s Whiskey Barrel Amber MS Lucene’s Princess Diana

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GCH SLEEPY HOLLOW CAROLINA SPECIAL X DC BEDAZZLED SUMMER BREEZE

BACK TO BACK SPECIALTY BISS: CASCADE DACHSHUND CLUB

THANK YOU MRS. KARIN ASHE AND MR. JOHN WADE

BREEDERS/ OWNERS: JULIE NIELSEN, MEREDITH TAYLOR, CARLEY TRUMBOWER

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CH. BRIARDACHS UNCLE SAM X CH. LANDD PARTY OF ONE

BRED BY: LARRY AND DEEDY SORENSON & PAUL AND MONIKA MARTIN

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GCH. LEORALEES TRUE GRIT AT HEARDACHS X GCH. SLEEPY HOLLOW CAROLINA BELLE

BACK TO BACK MAJORS CASCADE DACHSHUND CLUB MRS. KARIN ASHE & MR. JOHN WADE

BEST OF WINNERS AND BEST PUPPY CASCADE DACHSHUND CLUB MRS. KARIN ASHE

GCH. LEORALEES TRUE GRIT AT HEARDACHS X GCH. SLEEPY HOLLOW CAROLINA BELLE

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(Kurzebeine Ms Von The One For Fabeltier X Magic Rainbow Jamaican Rum)

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Golden Gate Dachshund Club – RWB – Judge: Ken Levison Golden Valley KC – WB/BOS – Judge: John Wade

Thank you to the following breeder judges who have awarded “Kata” points and reserve wins: Fred Vogel, John Wade, Ken Levison, Sheila Paske, Aubrey Nash, Hal Beirmann, and Nancy Perrell. OWNER: LINDA CASTANEDA HANDLER: CATLIN CAHILL BREEDERS: JULIA JAKOVLEVA & IRINA NIKONKOVA

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(Gch. Hiswill Royal Diplomat X GCh. Deedachs Stealers Charmed One v Klein Teckel)

Thank you Breeder Judge Ms. Lynne Allen for this special win. Also thank you to the following people for their encouragement and support, George & Sherry Howes, Dee Dee Clark and Susan Jones.

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Cindy Niles • Robinwood Wires 740-815-2631 • Robinwoodwires@yahoo.com

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(CH. Walmar’s Casanova x Ch. Briardach’s Garden Party)

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Owners Monika and Paul Martin and Janine Finnell

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The litter whelped August 18th, 1999: Owl Farms Blazing Star ML UDX JE RE CGC ASCA UD X Ch. Sarou’s Avalon ML

“STAR” DC Int. Ch. Owl Farms I Wanna Be a Star ML UDX 15 OM5 NA NAJ JE RE VC ASCA OTCH ASCA UDX Owned by Jackie Nicholas “WOODY” FC Owl Farms What A Hoot VCD1 RN AX OAJ NJP ME Owned by Julia Slatkiewicz “THORA” FC Owl Farm’s Dejah Thoris ML UD RE OA OAJ Owned by Julie Roane “KRIKET” Von Schoene’s Mokka Kriket ML CDX RE Owned by Barbara Schoene

Four generations of UD or greater: “Minnie” Can OTCH Owl Farms Sly Star ML UDX CG Ger BH Can UD Minnie’s daughter “Blaze” Blaze’s daughter “Thora” Thora’s son “Tars” FC Doxidocs Tars Tarkas ML UD RE NA NAJ Minnie also produced “Elvis” TC FC Owl Farms Rising Star ML UD TDX AX AXJ ME FD CG Can CD Owned by Betsy Fortman Star produced “Shine” Owl Farms Shining Star ML UDX2 RAE MX MXB MXJ MJB JE Also owned by Jackie Nicholas

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All of these have now crossed the bridge and will be greatly missed.


postal holiday. The amendment will be published in two issues of the AKC Gazette and will be voted on at the September 2016 meeting. This is a change that is catching up to what is already happing. LLS

Things happening with AKC Submitted by Larry Sorenson AKC Delegate for Dachshund Club of America

Delegate’s Report for March 2016 Held in Newark, NJ These are the highlights of the Delegates’ Meeting; a complete set of Delegates’ Meeting Minutes is located at: http://images.akc.org/pdf/delegate_minutes/Jun e2016.pdf?_ga=1.262908364.1507895788.1464 726640

Highlights from the December Meeting 2016 Delegate Meeting: Financial Report The Chair called on Joe Baffuto, AKC Chief Financial Officer, who gave the financial report as follows: Good morning Everyone! Thank you very much for joining us here today back in the New York Metro area! I am delighted to present and bring to your attention this first financial performance report of the American Kennel Club for the 2016 fiscal year. Our report includes activities through the end of May. Our total revenues of $27 million dollars for the first 5 months of this year were $2 million or an overall increase of 8% above 2015. We have had a tremendous year so far! Let’s follow through and Drill-Down to assess this increase in revenue. Comparing our year to date core registration volumes – we have registered 92,000 Litters which reflects a +7% increase and 228,000 Dogs which reflects an 11% increase. The Balance Sheet of the AKC at May 31, 2016 reflects $135.9 million in Total Assets with $68.6 million in Net Assets. The financial strength of our organization lies in these numbers, and has not only allowed us the ability to rebuild our core revenues, but it has also allowed us to examine new business opportunities to ensure future successes as well. Thank you very much for the opportunity to discuss our positive report this morning. AKC is trending in the correct direction, however NOT out of the woods yet. LLS Proposals read and will be vote on at the September Meeting The Executive Secretary read the proposed amendment to Chapter 3, Sections 4, 5, 7, 17 and 19, of the Rules Applying to Dog Shows Dog Show Classifications as follows: This amendment to Chapters 3, Sections 4, 5, 7, 17 and 19 of the Rules Applying to Dog Shows Dog Show Classifications, would, in Section 4,

change the italicized paragraph to become a part of the rule rather than a Board clarification, without changing the wording. In Section 5, it would add the statement regarding the first day of a multiple-day show being used to calculate age. In Section 7, it would change the italicized definition of professional handlers to make it part of the rule, not a Board clarification, without changing the wording. Additionally, in Sections 17 and 19, it would change the italicized definition of the professional handlers to make it part of the rule, not a Board clarification with the only change being the removal of the effective date. The amendment will be published in two issues of the AKC Gazette and will be voted on it at the September 2016 meeting. This is housekeeping to bring rules in to alignment by having the Delegate Body approve what was just AKC Board clarification. LLS The Executive Secretary read the proposed amendment to Chapter 6, Section 9, of the Rules Applying to Dog Shows - Premium Lists and Closing Entries as follows: The Executive Secretary read the proposed amendment to Chapter 3, Sections 4, 5, 7, 17 and 19, of the Rules Applying to Dog Shows Dog Show Classifications as follows: This amendment to Chapters 3, Sections 4, 5, 7, 17 and 19 of the Rules Applying to Dog Shows Dog Show Classifications, would, in Section 4, change the italicized paragraph to become a part of the rule rather than a Board clarification, without changing the wording. In Section 5, it would add the statement regarding the first day of a multiple-day show being used to calculate age. In Section 7, it would change the italicized definition of professional handlers to make it part of the rule, not a Board clarification, without changing the wording. Additionally, in Sections 17 and 19, it would change the italicized definition of the professional handlers to make it part of the rule, not a Board clarification with the only change being the removal of the effective date. The amendment will be published in two issues of the AKC Gazette and will be voted on it at the September 2016 meeting. The Executive Secretary read the proposed amendment to Chapter 6, Section 9, of the Rules Applying to Dog Shows - Premium Lists and Closing Entries as follows: Mr. Crowley: This amendment to Chapter 6, Section 9, of the Rules Applying to Dog Shows Premium Lists and Closing Entries, would allow entries in any form to be accepted 24 hours after the closing date and time when it falls on a

Notes from the AKC Board Minutes and what’s new at AKC on the AKC website. REGULATIONS FOR EARTHDOG TESTS FOR SMALL TERRIERS AND DACHSHUNDS Section 9. Junior Earthdog Test – Qualifying Performance Paragraph #2 the timing of the dog shall start when the dog is released by the handler. The dog has 45 seconds to reach the quarry. It may enter and leave the den without penalty, but must reach the quarry within the 45 second time limit. Dogs reaching the quarry within the 45 second time limit, which have not received any encouragement from the handler, shall pass this portion of the test. Good change, JR Earthdog is tough enough as it is. LLS AKC Online Education Platform There was a decision on a name for AKC’s Online Learning Management System. With the assistance of the Marketing Department, a survey was sent to 2,000 individuals including owners, breeders, CGC evaluators, judges and groomers, suggesting 13 possible names viewed most favorable. There was 24% response rate with the names viewed most favorable, being AKC Academy (58.5%), AKC Canine College (48.1%) and AKC Institute (43.6%). As AKC Academy is too similar to The Kennel Club’s Kennel Club Academy, staff indicated that without objection, the name “AKC Canine College” would be used. While there was concern expressed regarding the process, there was no objection to the use of this name. This is the wave of the future for AKC education. LLS REGISTRATION VALUE PROPOSITION Mark Dunn, Senior Vice President Registration and Customer Development, joined Alexandra Aleskovsky for this portion of the meeting. There was discussion on how to make AKC registration more valuable and desirable to dog owners. The objective is to increase registration conversion, and, therefore, revenues. Online registrations now comprise 61% of total registrations and is the higher margin channel. The focus is therefore being placed on the online process. The hypothesis is that we don’t have enough understanding of which features motivate consumers to register. Furthermore, there are too many options and packages. Finally, the value of the various packages is not adequately communicated. Thus, the naming, features, and pricing structure of the registration packages are being reviewed. The plan is to conduct research and begin in-market testing in September 2016. continued on next page... Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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AKC NEWS continued from page 43 `CONFORMATION JUDGING APPLICATION TRENDS Staff presented a memorandum to provide information to the Board of Directors regarding the trend of Conformation Judging Application submissions and approvals. (Attachment A) Since the implementation of the Conformation Judging Approval Process, effective September 1, 2015, the Judging Operations Department has encountered a significant increase in the number of applications received, breed requested, and applications scheduled for final review per month. An increase was expected by staff, but not to the magnitude that has been experienced. It was also anticipated that the rate of submission after the initial rush would subside and level off, but to date this has not occurred, as the overall rate of submission has remained high. To date, there is little indication that the current Judging Approval Process is attracting new individuals into the judging pool at a rate higher than in previous years. The greatest impact has been

DCA Health and Welfare Trust Fund Agenda May 5, 2016 Best Western Premier, Harrisburg, PA The meeting opened at 9:00 a.m. In Attendance: Carl Holder, Walt Jones, Fran Colonna, Ken Levison, Vicki Spencer, Cheryl Shultz, Georjan Bridger, Paul Martin, Robert Wlodkowski, Jerry Cerasini, Kathy Lockyer, Deneice Van Hook, Charlotte Borghardt, Anne Carson, Brian Owen, Cyndy Senff PRESIDENT’S REPORT – Denny Van Hook reported on the status of the by law revision. Carl Holder reported he had sent a rough draft to the by-law committee for initial review. Additional work is still needed before the bylaws will be sent to the Board for approval. The by-law committee will continue working on this. HEMANGIOSARCOMA FUNDS – After a discussion It was decided to reserve the remaining Heamangiosarcoma funds to reimburse individuals who submit samples to Breen laboratories. Denny will advertise twice a year in the DCA Newsletter letting members know that the money is available. SECRETARY’S REPORT – Motion was made and adopted to accept the January 23, 2016 minutes. TREASURER’S REPORT – Ruth Robins submitted the following report via email: WEBSITE UPDATE – Denny reported the website needs an overhaul and she hopes to begin working on it soon. Meeting adjourned at 9:15 a.m. Submitted by Vicki Spencer

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to the current judges, where applications are being received at approximately three times the rate prior to its effective date and the approval rate for those breeds that are accepted hovering at or near 100%. SANCTIONED B MATCH IMPROVEMENTS The Board reviewed an Event Operations staff recommendation to make an improvement to conformation matches based on the results of a recent survey and part of the department’s initiative to attract new participants. The recommendations were to allow conformation matches to be held concurrently with shows. It was the decision of the Board to not pursue this proposal, but to have staff do more to promote the four-to-six month competition at shows. I long for the days of the real stand alone “B” Match. It was an inexpensive dog show education process. LLS GROUP 2-3-4 MAJORS PLUS THE FINISHING OF CHAMPIONS At the April meeting the Board requested information about the number of majors that

would be earned if class dogs placing second, third or fourth in their Group were to be awarded the greatest number of points earned by any dog they defeated. Based on 2015 results, 884 dogs that did not earn a major would have earned a major if dogs placing second, third or fourth in their groups were to be awarded the greatest number of points earned by any dog they defeated. This is an increase of 1.6% in the total number of majors awarded. In addition, the staff prepared trend information regarding the finishing of show champions. After discussion, the Board decided not to pursue this idea. OH Well. LLS JUNIOR PARTICIPATION RANKING SYSTEM Following a motion by Dr. Ashby, seconded by Dr. Battaglia, it was VOTED (unanimously) to approve a ranking system for Juniors by event type and across all events. The ranking system is effective March 1, 2017. PLEASE help get this information to the Junior Handlers. LLS

DCA HEALTH & WELFARE TRUST FUND FINANCIAL REPORT FOR FIRST QUARTER 2016 January 1, 2016-March 31, 2016 ASSETS $9,440.06 in the regular checking account at First Capital Bank of Kentucky $3,737.77 in the separate hemangiosarcoma restricted checking account at First Capital bank of Kentucky (non-interest bearing account) $5,000.00 in CD for 48 mos. @ 1.50% at American Founders Bank (matures 5/15/16) $7,000.00 in CD for 60 mos. @ 2.00% at American Founders Bank (matures 7/15/16) $3,127.41 in CD for 60 mos. @ 1.85% at American Founders Bank (matures 1/31/17) $5,000.00 in CD for 60 mos. @ 1.75 % at American Founders Bank (matures 5/15/17) $5,000.00 in CD for 60 mos. @ 1.40 % at American Founders Bank (matures 12/7/17) $5,071.84 in CD for 60 mos. @ 1.45% at American Founders Bank (matures 10/25/18) $5,102.15 in CD for 60 mos. @ 1.45% at American Founders Bank (matures 5/14/19) $5,200.00 in CD for 60 mos. @ 1.45% at American Founders Bank (matures 5/19/19) $5,228.42 in CD for 60 mos. @ 1.45% at American Founders Bank (matures 7/15/19) $58,907.56 TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES – None UNRESTRICTED INCOME (recorded in First Capital Bank of Kentucky regular checkbook) $2,530.00 Donations (includes $2,000 gift from DCA parent club, and two other donations) $1.96 Interest on regular checking account at First Capital Bank of Kentucky RESTRICTED INCOME (for Hemangiosarcoma Research) – None $2,531.96 TOTAL INCOME EXPENSES $10,000.00 Morris Animal Foundation – Donation for Grant Sponsorship for IVDD Research Project D16CA-081 paid 2/12/16 (#1102) RESTRICTED EXPENSES $52.60 Reimbursement to Rhinebeck Animal Hospital for shipping blood sample to Breen Lab for hemangiosarcoma research paid 1/25/16 (#94) $10,052.60 TOTAL EXPENSES (-$7,520.64) Net Profit/(Loss)


(Ch. Sandachs Dancing Thru Life ML X Ch. Treasuredox Carawans Fantasy ML

Diamond is pictured with Breeder/Judge Richard Reynolds going Select Bitch at the Dachshund Club of Metropolitan Atlanta Specialty.

u Thank yo Judges!

(Ch. Greensboro’s Romance ML X GCh. Sandachs X Factor at Greensboro ML)

Clooney is pictured taking his first points under Breeder/Judge Jerry Cerasini at the North Georgia Hound Association. The next month Clooney was WD/BOW under Breeder/Judge Dianne Graham for his first major at the Dachshund Club of Metropolitan Atlanta Specialty – still under a year of age.

Cissy Johnson 1205 Senator Road, Douglasville, GA 30134 Greenzboro@aol.com 770-577-0656 Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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Reprinted from the AKC Events website as of 9/18/16 Contact the Event Chairs of these events with any questions. Only those events approved by AKC before this publication is printed are listed.

Dachshund Club of America, Inc. October 9, 2016 Frederick County Fairgrounds Rt. 11, Stephenson, VA Web Site: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org Total Entry Limit: 100

Sooner Dachshund Club October 22, 2016 Heart of Oklahoma Exposition Center Hwy. 177 & Independence St. Shawnee, OK Total Entry Limit: 100

Lincolnland Dachshund Club October 23, 2016 IL State Fairgrounds - Expo Bldg Exposition Bldg, Sangamon Avenue Peoria Rd. Bus. 55, Springfield, IL Total Entry Limit: 100

East Bay Dachshund Club, Inc. October 28, 2016 Dixon May Fairgrounds 655 S. 1st Street Dixon, CA

Dachshund Club of America, Inc. November 4, 2016 Days Inn Hotel Peoria AZ 8955 W. Grand Ave. Peoria, AZ Web Site: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Desert Valley Dachshund Club November 5, 2016 Days Inn Hotel Peoria AZ 8955 W Grand Ave. Peoria, AZ Total Entry Limit: 100

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Closing Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2016 Event Chair: Dr. Andrew Kostic 19441 Three Tysons Way, Brandy Station, VA 22714-2452 headhound@hotmail.com • 540-825-7710 For additional information contact: Bill Gorodner, Event Secretary 465 S. Poes Rd., Amissville, VA 20106-4004 (703) 220-7875 • gingsgang@aol.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Mary C. Jones (p) Mary C. Jones (p) Mary C. Jones (p)

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2016 Event Chair: Tina Stalker-Betts 16317 Drywater Dr., Oklahoma City, OK 73170-8209 pistol05142000@yahoo.com • 580-301-3613 For additional information contact: Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., Superintendent P.O. Box 25764, Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0764 (405) 427-8181 • mail@onofrio.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Mr. Daryl J. Turner Mr. Daryl J. Turner Mr. Daryl J. Turner

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2016 Event Chair: Mr. Charles Baker 614 St. Mary’s Ave., Springfield, IL 62702 weinerdogceb@yahoo.com • 217-741-9857 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Aubrey Nash Aubrey Nash Aubrey Nash

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2016 Event Chair: Jane Watkins 1657 Del Dayo Dr., Carmichael, CA 95608-6054 TZu8528@aol.com • 916-485-3527 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Mr. Robert E. Hutton (p) Mr. Robert E. Hutton (p) Mr. Robert E. Hutton (p)

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Event Chair: Philip Benway 1810 N. 202nd Ave., Buckeye, AZ 85396-8712 philipbenway@gmail.com • 602-885-1324 For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 • cherylcazier@cox.net

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Larry Sorenson Larry Sorenson Larry Sorenson

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Event Chair: Philip Benway 1810 N. 202nd Ave., Buckeye, AZ 85396-8712 philipbenway@gmail.com • 602-885-1324 For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 • cherylcazier@cox.net

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Junior Show: Aubrey Nash (p)

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Ms. Charlotte I. Borghardt Ms. Charlotte I. Borghardt Ms. Charlotte I. Borghardt

Junior Show: Ms. Charlotte I. Borghardt (p)


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Desert Valley Dachshund Club November 5, 2016 Days Inn Hotel Peoria AZ 8955 W Grand Ave. Peoria, AZ Total Entry Limit: 100

Alabama Dachshund Club, Inc. November 11, 2016 Morgan Co. Celebration Arena 67 Horse Center Rd Decatur, AL Total Entry Limit: 100

Alabama Dachshund Club, Inc. November 12, 2016 Morgan Co. Celebration Arena 67 Horse Center Rd Decatur, AL Total Entry Limit: 100

Sooner Dachshund Club November 18, 2016 Grady County Fairgrounds 500 East Choctaw Ave. Chickasha, OK Total Entry Limit: 100

Dachshund Fanciers Association of Berks County November 19, 2016 The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center 100 Station Avenue, Oaks, PA

Dachshund Fanciers Association of Berks County November 20, 2016 Berks County 4-H Community Center Reading, PA

Bay Colony Dachshund Club December 3, 2016 Eastern States Exposition Grounds 1305 Memorial Ave. West Springfield, MA Total Entry Limit: 100

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Event Chair: Philip Benway 1810 N. 202nd Ave., Buckeye, AZ 85396-8712 philipbenway@gmail.com • 602-885-1324 For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 • cherylcazier@cox.net

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Event Chair: Bobby Sandoval 703 Pleasant Hill Rd., Decatur, AL 35603 sandachs1@aol.com • 256-565-4896 For additional information contact: Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., Superintendent P.O. Box 25764, Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0764 (405) 427-8181 • mail@onofrio.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Event Chair: Bobby Sandoval 703 Pleasant Hill Rd., Decatur, AL 35603 sandachs1@aol.com • 256-565-4896 For additional information contact: Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., Superintendent P.O. Box 25764, Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0764 (405) 427-8181 • mail@onofrio.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 Event Chair: Kim Ristow 14202 W. Texas Cir., Wichita, KS 67235-9159 kimristow@sbcglobal.net • 316-573-3248 For additional information contact: Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., Superintendent P.O. Box 25764, Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0764 (405) 427-8181 • mail@onofrio.com

Judges Breed: (L) (W) (S)

Ms. EmmaJean Stephenson Ms. EmmaJean Stephenson Ms. EmmaJean Stephenson

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 Event Chair: Nancy Dougherty P.O. Box 121, Lewisville, PA 19351-0121 ndoughe982@aol.com • 610-207-5990 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Ms. Elizabeth Muthard Ms. Elizabeth Muthard Ms. Elizabeth Muthard

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2016 Event Chair: Nancy Dougherty P.O. Box 121, Lewisville, PA 19351-0121 ndoughe982@aol.com • 610-207-5990 For additional information contact: Jim Rau Dog Shows, Ltd., Superintendent PO Box 6898, Reading, PA 19610-0898 (610) 376-1880 • info@raudogshows.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 Event Chair: Joan Eversole 2 Main St., Plymouth, NH 03264-1439 sidecarpup@hotmail.com • 603-536-1445 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) Ms. JoAnne M. Buehler (S) Ms. JoAnne M. Buehler (W) Ms. JoAnne M. Buehler Junior Show: Ms. JoAnne M. Buehler Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class.

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Deedy Sorenson Deedy Sorenson Deedy Sorenson

Junior Show: Deedy Sorenson (p)

Mr. Walter M. Jones (p) Mr. Walter M. Jones (p) Mr. Walter M. Jones (p)

Junior Show: Dr. Carol White-Moser

Mrs. Frances H. Forrester Mrs. Frances H. Forrester Mrs. Frances H. Forrester

Junior Show: Mrs. Frances H. Forrester

Junior Show: Miss Diana Chan (p)

Mrs. Frances H. Colonna Mrs. Frances H. Colonna Mrs. Frances H. Colonna

Junior Show: Mrs. Frances H. Colonna

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All dates, times and addresses are as accurate as possible before the newsletter deadline date. Please consult the show secretaries or superintendents for any further information.

Bay Colony Dachshund Club December 4, 2016 Eastern States Exposition Grounds 1305 Memorial Ave. West Springfield, MA Total Entry Limit: 100

Dachshund Club of America, Inc. December 16, 2016 Orange County Convention Center - West Bldg West Building, 9800 International Drive Orlando, FL Web Site: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Greater Portland Dachshund Club January 18, 2017 Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center 2050-2060 North Marine Dr. Portland, OR Web Site: http://greaterportlanddachshundclub.com/home

Greater Portland Dachshund Club January 18, 2017 Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center 2050-2060 North Marine Dr. Portland, OR Web Site: http://greaterportlanddachshundclub.com/home

Florida Gulf Coast Dachshund Club January 20, 2017 Florida Classic Park 5360 Lockhart Road, Brooksville, FL Web Site: http://fgcdachshundclub.com/ Total Entry Limit: 100

Florida Gulf Coast Dachshund Club January 21, 2017 Florida Classic Park 5360 Lockhart Road, Brooksville, FL Web Site: http://fgcdachshundclub.com/ Total Entry Limit: 100

Sierra Dachshund Breeders Club of Los Angeles County January 27, 2017 San Bernardino County Fairgrounds 14800 7th St., Victorville, CA Web Site:http://www.Sierra-Dachshund-Breeders-Club.org

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Closing Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 Event Chair: Joan Eversole 2 Main St., Plymouth, NH 03264-1439 sidecarpup@hotmail.com • 603-536-1445 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 23, 2016 Event Chair: Carol Ann Klein 534 NE 94th St., Miami Shores, FL 33138-2848 cak@bellsouth.net • 305-751-9966 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 04, 2016 Event Chair: Dr. Michelle Anne Kutzler P.O. Box 234, Philomath, OR 97370 michelle.kutzler@oregonstate.edu • 541-740-1434 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 04, 2016 Event Chair: Dr. Michelle Anne Kutzler P.O. Box 234, Philomath, OR 97370 michelle.kutzler@oregonstate.edu • 541-740-1434 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Event Chair: Daniel T. Stolz 29491 Cochiti Lake Dr., San Antonio, FL 33576 stolzdachs.ds@gmail.com • 813-928-1022 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Event Chair: Daniel T. Stolz 29491 Cochiti Lake Dr., San Antonio, FL 33576 stolzdachs.ds@gmail.com • 813-928-1022 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 Event Chair: Merilynn Hurd 75825 Dillon Rd., Desert Hot Springs, CA 92241-7959 merilynn56@aol.com • 760-333-4466 For additional information contact: Lea Plaut, Event Secretary 16760 Paradise Mountain Rd., Valley Center, CA 92082-7454 (760) 749-4100 • dogshowsecretary@yahoo.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Mrs. Cathy H. Daugherty (p) Mrs. Cathy H. Daugherty (p) Mrs. Cathy H. Daugherty (p)

Junior Show: Mrs. Cathy H Daugherty

Mr. Gary L. Doerge Mr. Gary L. Doerge Mr. Gary L. Doerge

Junior Show: Miss Lindsey Grinels (p) Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class.

Mrs. Susan St. John Brown Mrs. Susan St. John Brown Mrs. Susan St. John Brown

Junior Show: Mrs. Susan St. John Brown Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class.

Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen

Junior Show: Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen (p)

Mr. Mark Houston-McMillan Mr. Mark Houston-McMillan Mr. Mark Houston-McMillan

Junior Show: Mr. Daniel R. Dahlberg

Guy Jeavons Guy Jeavons Guy Jeavons

Junior Show: Mrs. Cathy S. Dahlberg

Mrs. Barbara G. Pepper Mrs. Barbara G. Pepper Mrs. Barbara G. Pepper

Junior Show: Mrs. Barbara G. Pepper


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Dachshund Club of America, Inc. February 10, 2017 Hilton Westchester 699 Westchester Ave., Rye Brook, NY Web Site: http: //www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

San Diego Dachshund Club, Inc. February 24, 2017 Del Mar Fairgrounds 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Del Mar, CA Web Site:http://www.sddc.us

Metropolitan Baltimore Dachshund Club April 21, 2017 Maryland State Fairgrounds 2200 York Rd., Timonium, MD Total Entry Limit: 100

Metropolitan Baltimore Dachshund Club April 21, 2017 Maryland State Fairgrounds 2200 York Rd., Timonium, MD Total Entry Limit: 100

Louisville Dachshund Club May 23, 2017 Crowne Plaza Hotel Louisville 830 Phillips Lane Louisville, KY Total Entry Limit: 100

Dachshund Club of America, Inc. May 26, 2017 Crowne Plaza Hotel Louisville 830 Phillips Lane Louisville, KY Web Site: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 25, 2017 Event Chair: Trudy Kawami 540 54th St., Brooklyn, NY 11220-3115 salixbrooklyn@aol.com • 646-287-1406 For additional information contact: Kathy Berkheimer, Event Secretary P.O. Box 6898, C/O Rau Dog Shows Reading, PA 19610-0898 (610) 376-1880 • barbara@raudogshows.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) W)

Closing Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2017 Event Chair: Cheryl Lemon 5609 Amaya Dr. Apt. 232, La Mesa, CA 91942-3685 lemonc@cox.net • 619-787-8824 For additional information contact: Jack Bradshaw Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box 227303, Los Angeles, CA 90022-7303 (323) 727-0136 • mail@jbradshaw.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Debra Thornton Debra Thornton Debra Thornton

Closing Date: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Event Chair: Joan E. Mattie 36130 Richland Rd., Willards, MD 21874-1137 joansdoxies@mediacombb.net • 410-835-5055 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Mr. Richard L. Reynolds Mr. Richard L. Reynolds Mr. Richard L. Reynolds

Closing Date: Wednesday, April 5, 2017 Event Chair: Joan E. Mattie 36130 Richland Rd., Willards, MD 21874-1137 joansdoxies@mediacombb.net • 410-835-5055 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Hal T. Biermann Hal T. Biermann Hal T. Biermann

Closing Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Event Chair: Walter “Wally” M. Jones 390 Eminence Pike, Shelbyville, KY 40065 wjones@wyattfirm.com • 502-419-7241 For additional information contact: Foy Trent Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box C, Sturgeon, MO 65284-0397 (573) 687-2101 • info@foytrentdogshows.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Mr. Dan J. Harrison Mr. Jason Walker Dianne R. Graham

Closing Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Event Chair: Walter “Wally” M. Jones 390 Eminence Pike, Shelbyville, KY 40065 wjones@wyattfirm.com • 502-419-7241 For additional information contact: Foy Trent Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box C, Sturgeon, MO 65284-0397 (573) 687-2101 • info@foytrentdogshows.com

Judges Breed: (L) (S) (W)

Robert Schwalbe Mrs. Andra O’Connell Dr. Edna K. Martin

Nancy L. Dougherty Nancy L. Dougherty Nancy L. Dougherty

Junior Show: Pending Judge Approval Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class.

AKC National Owner-Handled Series Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class.

Junior Show: Mrs. Andra O’Connell (p)

I bought a puppy last week in the outskirts of Boston and drove him to Maine in a rented Ford that looked like a sculpin. There had been talk in our family of getting a ‘sensible dog’ this time, and my wife and I had gone over the list of sensible dogs, and had even ventured once or twice into the company of sensible dogs... But after a period of uncertainty and wasted motion my wife suddenly exclaimed one evening, “Oh, let’s just get a dachshund!” E.B. White Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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TOP PRODUCERS 2015 The TOP PRODUCERS for 2015 are listed below. Any male who sired FIVE or more get and any female who whelped THREE or more get is included. This list is compiled from the AKC AWARDS LIST. Those dogs that completed their championship from January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2015 are listed. The first number after each name indicates the date the championship was completed. The second, the month that name was published. For Example: Koradox Pramada’s Dyn-O-Mite SL

2/20/15

4/15

The dog completed the championship on February 20, 2015 and was published in the fourth month. (April) This information will assist you when applying for Register Of Merit.

Longhair Male GCH. BRIARMIST BUSHRANGER Koradox Pramaa’s Dyn-O-Mite SL Koradox Pramada’s Dealer’s Choice SL Koradox Pramada’s Daffodil SL Pramada’s Can’t Touch This With Dynasty SL Artic Sun Ring Around Rosey Pramada’s Buttercup SL Pramada’s Crowned Prince At Dynasty SL Artic Sun’s Third And Long Koradox Pramada’s Desert Rose SL GCH. HUNDELEBEN QUEEN’S ARMADA SL Aviance’s Something Borrowed SL Hunderbar Cherry On Top Sweet Red SL Aviance’s God’s Will SL Aviance’s Opportunity Knocks SL Stardust N Windrose Shining Star SL CGC Brownwood Rt’s Streams Of Mercy Sl Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL

2/20/15 5/24/15 7/31/15 7/13/15 8/22/15 9/12/15 10/18/15 11/8/15 11/14/15

1/17/15 5/17/15 7/12/15 7/31/15 10/9/15 11/7/15 11/27/15

4/15 7/15 9/15 9/15 10/15 11/15 12/15 1/16 1/16

3/15 7/15 9/15 9/15 12/15 1/16 1/16

GCH. KAYCEES GALEWINNS STARBURST AT WAGSMORE MLD Kenmar’s Charismatic From Scanpoint 5/24/15 7/15 Kenmar’s California Chrome From Scanpoint 7/26/15 9/15 Kenmar’s Spectacular Bid From Scanpoint 7/29/15 9/15 Our Gang’s Moonlight And Magic ML 8/8/15 10/15 Our Gang’s In The Limelight ML 9/26/15 11/15 Baybreeze Strawberry Daiquiri ML 10/1/15 12/15

Longhair Female CH. PRAMADA’S SHE’S SO CALIFORNIA OF KORADOX Koradox Pramada’s Dyn-O-Mite SL 2/20/15 Koradox Pramada’s Dealer’s Choice SL 5/24/15 Koradox Pramads’ Daffodil SL 7/31/15 Koradox A Guinness-N-Harp Of Pramada 8/2/15 Koradox Pramada’s Desert Rose SL 11/14/15

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4/15 7/15 9/15 10/15 1/16

GCH. LOCKSHIRE’S FOXTROT DOUBLE DANCING SL Heritage Top Gun Splendor At Seidach 4/18/15 Heritage P-51 Mustang “Salye” 8/21/15 Heritage Delta Northeast Yellowbird 9/19/15 Heritage First In Flight 9/19/15

6/15 10/15 11/15 11/15

GCH. TWELFTH NIGHT SABRINA FAIRCHILD L Twelfth Night Merry May Of Smoke Rise 3/29/15 Twelfth Night Summer Legacy August At Ansley L 8/22/15 Twelfth Night Summer Legacy Queen Of The May L 11/8/15 Twelfth Night Summer Legacy Rocket’s Red Glare 11/7/15

5/15 10/15 1/16 1/16

CH. OZO’S MANMAR CHINA DOLL ML TXC Ozo’s Everything Imagined 4 U Ozo’s Jordoxies Image To Beehold ML Ozo’s Imagination Ozo’s Manmar Imagine That, ML

1/30/15 5/24/15 6/7/15 1/14/15

3/15 7/15 8/15 1/16

CH. ACKLAIM’S CAN’T TOUCH THIS ML Cream Ridge Stoneriver’s Candy Girl ML Stoneriver’s Creamridge’s Grand Entrance MLCC Dachgraston Stonerivers Straight To The Top

2/7/15 4/7/15 6/11/15

4/15 6/15 8/15

CH. LEORALEE’S AVIANCE COCO AVANT CHANEL SL Aviance’s Something Borrowed SL 1/17/15 Aviance’s God’s Will SL 7/12/15 Aviance’s Opportunity Knocks SL 7/31/15

3/15 9/15 9/15

CH. LEX-AN SOLAR FLAIR ML Wagsmore’s Moussaieff Red Diamond Lex-An Black Horizon ML Wagsmore’s Diamonds Are Forever ML

7/12/15 11/1/15 11/1/15

9/15 1/16 1/16

GCH. R’HILLS STEALIN SOME SUGAR ML RN Rhill’s Time Loves A Hero ML 4/17/15 Rhill’s Game Night ML 6/28/15 Rhill’s Unsung Hero ML 7/25/15

6/15 8/15 9/15

SCANPOINT’S ENCORE Kenmar’s Charismatic From Scanpoint

7/15

5/24/15


Kenmar’s California Chrome From Scanpoint Kenmar’s Spectacular Bid From Scanpoint CH. TELKEL FINI LES CAPRICES Telkel Out Of My League SL Telkel Maybe She’s The One SLJE Telkel Out Of My Way Jarbsy

7/26/15 7/29/15

9/15 9/15

1/16/15 10/17/15 11/22/15

3/15 12/15 1/16

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Smooth Male GCH. GRANDGABLES WEE MR RED THORN Lodiah Clothilde MS 1/9/15 Virgo Fantasia Fashionista (Long) 5/9/15 Grandgables Lil Ms Hot Pants 5/29/15 Rhill’s League Of Legends MS 5/10/15 Rhill’s Divergent MS 6/21/15 Grandgables Lil Ms Oh So Yummy 7/3/15 Lodiah Springerle MS 7/11/15 Swk’s The Fault In Our Stars MS 7/1/15 Keysown Mr Smidgen Of Wigeon RE NA NAJCA CGCA 12/6/15

3/15 7/15 7/15 7/15 8/15 9/15 9/15 9/15 2/16

CH. BROWNWOOD REMEMBRANCE OF LADDLAND SS Turningpt Ain’T No Other Woman Like You 4/17/15 Turningpt I’M On My Game At Coniston 4/17/15 Turningpt Southern Halleluiah Amen Brother 4/18/15 Turningpt Keeps Them Yankee Girls ‘A Wishin’ 5/16/15 Keenose Country Gentleman 7/24/15 Turningpt Southern Cross Treasure At Windy Hill 9/7/15 Turningpt Y’All Drawls Melt Ya’ Like Butter 9/4/15

6/15 6/15 6/15 7/15 9/15 11/15 11/15

GCH. BARKERVILLE TORCHY MILLER Donegal Georgia Dachs Fire In The Hole Donegal Georgia Dachs Hearts On Fire Donegal Georgia Dachs Trial By Fire Donegal Georgia Dachs Burning Ring Of Fire Donegal Georgia Dachs Playing With Fire Donegal Georgia Dachs Light My Fire

3/28/15 5/26/15 5/2/15 6/13/15 6/19/15 8/7/15

5/15 7/15 7/15 8/15 8/15 10/15

GCH. KOCHANA’S HISWILL AIN’T MISBEHAVIN Kochana’s Moment In Time At Hacienda 2/14/15 Kochana’s Leap Of Faith Of Hacienda 8/1/15 Artemis Kochana Still Misbehavin SS 10/23/15 Kochana’s Rhapsody In Blue 11/14/15 Kochana’s Essential Element 11/1/15 Re:Joyce Poetry In Motion SW (Wire) 12/11/15

4/15 10/15 12/15 1/16 1/16 2/16

CH. KARAVEL’S THE HOUSE IS A-ROCKIN SS Bessdach Karavel Are We There Yet SS 3/7/15 Bessdach Karavel King Of The Road SS 3/7/15 Karavel’s Bessdach My Way Or The Highway SS 3/20/15 Karavel’s Bessdach Hit The Road Jack 5/23/15 Bessdach Karavel Every Miles A Memory SS 7/8/15

5/15 5/15 5/15 7/15 9/15

Turningpt I’m On My Game At Coniston Turningpt Southern Halleluiah Amen Brother Turningpt Keeps Them Yankee Girls ‘A Wishin’ Turningpt Southern Cross Treasure At Windy Hill Turningpt Y’All Drawls Melt Ya’ Like Butter

4/17/15 4/18/15 5/16/15 9/7/15 9/4/15

6/15 6/15 7/15 11/15 11/15

GCH. DIAGRAM ISN’T SHE LOVELY V BROWNWOOD Brownwood’s Best Gift V Diagram SS 6/6/15 Diagram Brownwood Moonlight Serenade SS 8/29/15 Brownwood Aviator V Diagram Ss 10/15/15

8/15 10/15 12/15

GCH. HACIENDA DIVINE VIRTUE Kochana’s Moment In Time At Hacienda Kochana’s Sweet Charity Of Hacienda Kochana’s Leap Of Faith Of Hacienda

2/4/15 5/10/15 8/1/15

4/15 7/15 10/15

1/29/15 7/19/15 11/29/15

3/15 9/15 1/16

4/8/15 4/7/15 6/20/15

6/15 6/15 8/15

GCH. SUMMERHILL WHISPERING BREEZE SS Summerhill Fatal Attraction At Desara 8/22/15 Summerhill Face The Music SS 11/22/15 Summerhill Fascination SS 11/22/15

10/15 1/16 1/16

CH. LEORALEES BLKS GIRL OF TEXAS MS Leoralees Changing Channels @ Emmdox Beachside Dox Barstool Where’s The Party MS Beachside Dox Swingin’ Hula Girl Ms GCH. PASSPORT PRELUDE TO A KISS SS Passport I Say To You At Sunrise-Xo SS Passport Say It Ain’T So SS Passport Do What You Say SS

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Wirehair Male

Smooth Female GCH. GEORGIA DACHS BILLIE JOANNE CGC Donegal Georgia Dachs Fire In The Hole Donegal Georgia Dachs Hearts On Fire Donegal Georgia Dachs Trial By Fire Donegal Georgia Dachs Burning Ring Of Fire Donegal Georgia Dachs Playing With Fire Donegal Georgia Dachs Light My Fire

3/28/15 5/26/15 5/2/15 6/13/15 6/19/15 8/7/15

5/15 7/15 7/15 8/15 8/15 10/15

GCH. TURNINGPT CASS EDGE Turningpt Ain’T No Other Woman Like You

4/17/15

6/15

GCH. DAYBREAK’S AWESOME IMAGE W Woldorf’s Taboo SW Raydachs Fire In The Hole V Gleishorbach Daybreak’s Country Chic W Sweetwire’s Daybreak Design Daybreak’s Music And Lyrics W Daybreak’s Out Of The Blue W Woldorf’s Bewitched SW

1/16/15 4/18/15 5/16/15 9/26/15 10/4/15 11/28/15 12/5/15

3/15 6/15 7/15 11/15 12/15 1/16 2/16

GCH. RAYDACHS FIRE DOWN BELOW V GLEISHORBACH SW Icon Im In Hot Water Yernot 1/23/15 3/15 Icon I’M A Raggamuffin Yernot 1/31/15 3/15 Icon I’M Hotwired Yernot 3/21/15 5/15 Icon’s I’M A Hot Mess Yernot 6/21/15 8/15 J-Walk Across The Border SW 8/1/15 10/15 Wyrepatch Hollywood N Wine V Raydachs 8/29/15 10/15 J-Walk Across Blazing Hot Coconuts SW 10/16/15 12/15 GCH. RAGS RUFF N ROWDY MW Hunu Me –Tu Th’ Lion Roars MS (Smooth) 3/15/15 Hunu Flower Child MW 8/9/15 Hunu Ruff’E Nuff MW 9/13/15 Hunu My-T Devine Dezign Brn MW, BN RN CGC 10/10/15 Hunu Ruff Ryder V Fig Forest MW 10/16/15

5/15 10/15 11/15 12/15 12/15

CH. ROSE FARM’S CHIPS AHOY MW Alegna’s Happy Hour At Dulce 1/25/15 Alegna’s Rough And Ready 1/25/15 Alegna’s Ruff’ It Out At Birnam Wood MW 2/14/15 Blackdales Animal Crackers MW 3/22/15 Alegna’s Ruff’ Tuff Cream Puff Of Our Gang MW 11/29/15

3/15 3/15 4/15 5/15 1/16

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Dachsfyr’s Burnin’ Bright Flame SW Dachsfyr’s Burnin’ Out Of The Flames SW

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Wirehair Female CH. ICON’S I’M A MUFFIN TOP YERNOT Icon Im In Hot Water Yernot Icon I’M A Raggamuffin Yernot Icon I’M Hotwired Yernot Icon’s I’M A Hot Mess Yernot

1/23/15 1/31/15 3/21/15 6/21/15

3/15 3/15 5/15 8/15

CH. SAYTAR’S EVER SO FAMOUS AT ALEGNA MW Alegna’s Happy Hour At Dulce 1/25/15 1/25/15 Alegna’s Rough And Ready Alegna’s Ruff’ It Out At Birnam Wood MW 2/14/15 Alegna’s Ruff’ Tuff Cream Puff Of Our Gang MW 11/29/15

3/15 3/15 4/15 1/16

GCH. DC DHARMADACHS DLW PHOEBE SNOW SW Dachsfyr’s Burnin’ It Down At Kadell W 6/4/15

8/15

2015 Top Ten Conformation Dachshunds

8/1/15 8/2/15

10/15 10/15

CH. ENTOURAGE FINE AND DIVINE MW Entourage Fashionista MW Entourage Eye Candy MW Entourage Sharp Dressed Man MW

9/13/15 10/22/15 10/18/15

11/15 12/15 12/15

CH. EZ GOINS QUEEN OF DIAMOND MW Ez Goins Queen Of Diamond MW Ez Goins Hardwired At Dalmino Ez Goins Funquest Encounter MW

8/29/15 8/15/15 9/21/15

10/15 10/15 11/15

6/28/15 10/4/15 10/17/15

8/15 12/15 12/15

CH. JONSU DIAGRAM RAGS DIVA MW Diagram Rags Jonsu Tauriel MW Diagram Rags Argon MW Rags Diagram Rags Arwin MW

TOP TEN SMOOTH 1. GCH. LEORALEES BARSTOOL BOOGIE MS Robbie Addison 2. GCH. TOSKYDOX KARATE DO SS Sharon Lutosky

(compiled by Ann Wlodkowski)

TOP TEN LONGHAIR 1. GCH. LEORALEES LITTLE BITOFHEAVEN @ JBS SL Jyl Scott & Marietta Singleton 2. GCH. WALMAR-SOLO’S IOU SL Sherry Snyder 3. GCH. POULSTEAD’S MOON SHADOW – FAITHFUL LIGHT David & Sue Humphrey

3. GCH. BESSDACHS JAGUAR JUBILEE Gabriel M. Lopez & Marina Renee Lara DVM

2015 Top Ten Juniors 1. Joshua Frenia 2. Casey L. Engelhorn 3. Lillyanna Bedowitz 4. Logan Gold

5. GCH. DACHSHIRE YOU GOT ME NANTUCKET SL Rhonda Weinman

6. Gabriel Lopez

5. Annabella Hines

8. GCH. GEMDACH JAEGER BOMB Meg & Keith Williamson 8. GCH. JT’S MIDNIGHTS INCANDESCENSE ML John Carlson & TerriLynn Carlson 10. GCH. PRAMADA’S XAVIER WITH JORDDACHS SL Maggie Peat

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10. GCH. DC STARDOX WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILIN’ CGC Cathy Kelly, Lorraine & David Simmons

1. GCH. KADELL’S GOLD DUST W Laura Reynolds, Catlin & James Cahill 2. GCH. RAYDACHS RIDE MY DUCATI SW Shirley Ray 3. GCH. STARBARRACK ‘N J’S SWEET DREAMS SW Mary (Liz) Heywood & Sharon Johnson 4. GCH. RAYDACHS FIRE DOWN BELOW V GLEISHORBACHS SW Shirley Ray, James & Marie Sakoda

7. Sara Shinagawa 8. Caroline Clegg

7. GCH. LOCKSHIRE’S CASH ONLY PLEASE SL Kathleen, Thomas Lockyer & Deneise Van Hook

9. GCH. DUBLIN’S BLACK ICE Susan Hagan

TOP TEN WIREHAIR

4. GCH. DIKERDACHS BLAKE Valerie T. Diker

6. GCH. SLEEPY HOLLOW CAROLINA SPECIAL Meredith Taylor & Ann Wlodkowski

8. GCH. DYNADAUX HILLBILLY KIND OF CITY GIRL MS Cyndy Seniff

5. GCH. LEORALEE’S SUPERNATURAL MW Marietta Singleton

9. Sarah Pearce 10. Raquel Wright

6. GCH. DAYBREAK’S COUNTRY CHIC W Amanda Ferris & Deborah Krieg

4. GCH. PASSPORT WHAT DID YOU SAY SS Arvind & Joyce DeBraganca

7. GCH. TRES PINHEIROS BUONA SERA SW Patricia Romeneli & Carlos Pedrosa

5. GCH. WINDYOAK’S MS BUDDING BLOSSOM Elizabeth & Mark Johnson 6. GCH. KINDERTECKEL’S LANCELOT Kristin Cihos-Williams & Emalia Williams 7. GCH. RAGS N’ MYSTIC’S THE BIG BANG MS Kimberly Ragsdale, Judy Lester & Dianne Graham

8. GCH. TARABON WILLOWOOD MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN Sherri Wang 9. GCH. TWINKLE’S CORBIN AT CAROWYND Carolyn O’Neil 10. GCH. RAYDACHS WILDCARD WALT Melissa Fritz, Kevin Fritz & Rachel Fritz


2015 DCA Field Trial Merit Awards Rank

Call Name

Registered Name

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Zuni Tanka Danika Copper Jango Seiko Hopi Milo Turi Niya Tux Bear Sydney Trixie Lloyd Kurt Emmett Nix Carmen Basil

GCH DC Rellih's Little Indian-MW TD SE CGC FC Longtime's Tatanka vom Nordlicht JE FC Danika vom Nordlicht TD ME EE2 CGCU FC Longtime's Copper vom Nordlicht FC Hidden Cedars Jango Bling FC Seiko v Dorndorf L TD GCH DC Rellih's Hopi Kachina Spirit-MW TD JE CGC FC Longtime's Milo vom Nordlicht JE DC Sagerun's Keturah MW JE CGC FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya GCH DC Hoppledachs In Formal Attire ML RN FC Eliya's Bear Witness at Wilderness FC Apple Hill Digging Down Under MS NJP RATN CGC FC Hidden Cedars Lookin 4 Trouble MSP FC Pocketpack Smooth Operator MS DC Kinder's Impossible Pi MS BN RN JE GCH DC Town Farm Emmett Sweeps the Spotlight JE RATN CGC FC Nix vom Nordlicht JE GCH DC Siddachs Carmen MW CGC FC Bry-Wyn's I've Been Watching You MW

Points

Places

331 304 295 251 242 231 215 193 181 172 169 166 150 148 143 140 136 136 130 114

15 17 13 13 11 12 12 11 10 10 5 7 7 8 6 6 7 7 7 5

DCA FIELD TRIAL MERIT AWARDS: DCA Membership requirements for Awards will be in accordance with current policy as determined by the DCA Board for DCA Merit Award Programs. Only those points earned for DCADCA FIELD TRIAL MERIT AWARDS: DCA Membership requirements for Awards will be in accordance with current policy as determined DCA Board for DCA Merit Award Programs. Only those points earned for placements in the Field Champion stakes at AKC licensed or member trials will count toward the DCA Field Trial Merit Awards. Points are tabulated using the Delaney System +1 for first through fourth place, based on the number of starters. In the case of ties, dogs will receive the same place award, with the next place(s) being skipped. A minimum of two placements in Field Champion stakes during the award year are required to earn an award, and/or be included in preliminary listings.

2015 Top Ten Obedience Dachshunds (compiled by Denny VanHook, DVM) 1. FC DUCHWOOD’S HIDE AND ZEKE MS UDX10 OGM Ann Arnold 2. FC NORTHWOODS PINK MOON SL CD PCD BN GN RE Andrea Baltes

2015 Top Ten Agility Dachshunds (compiled by Denny VanHook, DVM) 1. FC MACH2 STOREYVILLES SUGAR N SPICE XF JE Suzanne Storey 2. MACH14 KADELL’S CUEVO GOLD W RN Ross Whitney & Beth Klucher-Whitney

3. GOOSE CREEK’S LONGEST TAIL ML UD Nancy Andrews 4. DAYTON’S COME GO WITH ME CDX BN GN RE Mary Bohach 4. OWL FARMS SHINNING STAR ML UDX2 RAE MX MXB MXJ MJB JE Jackie Nicholas 6. TITAN CD BN RN SE CGC Kelly McDuff

8. MACH HARLEQUIN QUEEN CONTINENTAL ML CD RE MXS MJS MXP2 MJP OF T2B Karen Scheiner 9. Ch. CARRDOX KING OF SPADE SS CD BN RN NA NAJ NAP OJP Patricia Bouscher 10. HARMONY’S LITTLE TRAMP CD Scott Beebe

7. DUCHWOOD’S BEYOND MY WILDEST DREAMS MS CD RN Pamela Emery

10. NORTHWOODS MAN ON THE MOON SL CDX BN GN GO RE Andrea Baltes

3. MACH3 MOXIE MCBRIDE NF T2B Bonnie McBride

7.

4. MACH6 CK BENJAMIN TAMS XF Shirley Mann 5. PACH STOREYVILLES SPECIAL SURPRISE OA OAJ PAX XFP JE Suzanne Storey 6. MACH4 LAMBDA HENNA TATTOO CD RE T2B CA THD RATO Laurie Trombley

MACH4 LAMBDA REDY TO RUMBA T2B THD Laurie Trombley

8. PACH OC’S GRANDGABLES ZACHARY TAMS MS AX MX3 PAX T2BP CGC Shirley Mann 9. MACH2 WOITSCHEK’S OTTO BN RA MXF TQX T2B2 JE RATS CGCA Odette Woitschek 10. HATHOR FARM’S WYLDWOOD RUEGER SW MX MX3 XF T2B2 William & Lynn Denton Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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TOP PRODUCERS MERIT PROGRAM Compiled by Ann Wlodkowski, this is the current list of Top Producers.

REGISTER OF MERIT (R.O.M.) Dogs: Sire at least ten (10) champion get. Bitches: Produce at least four (4) champions.

Dogs: Sire at least ten (10) champion get. At least two (2) of these champions have achieved one of the qualitative requirements. Bitches: Produce at least four (4) champions. At least one (1) of these champions have achieved one of the qualitative requirements.

LONGHAIRED DOGS

Dogs: Sire at least twenty (20) champion get. At least four (4) of these champions have achieved one of the qualitative requirements. Bitches: Produce at least eight (8) champions. At least two (2) of these champions have achieved one of the qualitative requirements.

QUANTITATIVE REQUIREMENTS Champions are considered to be A.K.C. confirmed conformation, field and obedience titles. An individual dog may only count as one champion, even if a multiple title holder.

QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS

REGISTER OF MERIT EXCELLENT (R.O.M.X.)

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.)

REGISTER OF MERIT OUTSTANDING (R.O.M.O.)

Group 1 at A.K.C. All-Breed Show. BOV, BOB or BOS to Breed at a Specialty Show. WD, WB, BOV, BOS at DCA Host Specialty Show. WD, WB, BOV, BOS, Award of Merit at a DCA National Specialty Show. Absolute winner of a field trial. High in Trial at an AKC All-Breed Obedience Trial.

Ch. GEROLF DAS ZWERGLEIN L Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller

Ch. MIKLYN’S WINDJAMMER Lynn Jabaut

Min.

Ch. GLENAVAN ACCLAIM ML Mary Nie

Min.

Ch. PACKER’S BLACK GOLD ML Darlene Carawan

Min.

Std.

Ch. ROBDACHS FAMILIAR STRANGER Sanford & Patricia Roberts

Std.

Ch. WINDSONG CAUTION TO THE WIND Lorene Hogan

Std.

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.)

Ch. B’S JAVELIN DE BAYARD Joe & Hannelore Heller

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S FLAMING FLARE L Joe & Hannelore Heller

Ch. BARKERVILLE ZEUS Ted & Karen Brunner

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S ULYSSIS L Dr. Ingeborg Kremer

Std.

Ch. ROBERT DE BAYARD Mary Howell

Std.

LONGHAIRED BITCHES

Ch. BARTLES VON LINKS Janet Wayock

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S XTRA COPY L Kenneth Andrews

Std.

Dual Ch. SOLO’S PREMIERE SL Std. Paula Carter & Kim Vidrine

Std.

Ch. HARMO’S THE MURF OF ROSE FARM ML Mrs. Alan Robson

ARIMICH’S KACHINA V MOONDACHS Std. Eileen Lebut & Lucy Granowicz

Std.

Ch. HUNDELEBEN TWO THUMBS UP SL Std. Carlos J. Puig & Jeffrey Boehne

Ch. BERMARG’S BOONDOX ADVENTURE L Martha Grantham Ch. BERMARG’S SHONEY OF BOONDOX L Barbara Powers Ch. BOONDOX PANAMA JACK Dan Harrison

Std.

Ch. BOONDOX STING V KANAWHA L Std. Dan Harrison & Walter & Mary Jones CH. BRIARDACH’S UNCLE SAM Monika & Paul Martin Std. Dual Ch./CA/INT D AND D SIERRA SPIRIT V SHONEY CD, JE, CGC, VC Std. Diane & Don McCormack

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Ch. INSIGHT RUMORHASIT AT PRAMADA Std. Margaret E. Peat & Paul D. Jarmin Ch. INSIGHT’S VENI VIDI VICCI Std. Cynthia & Jake Geiser Dual Ch. LOSTDOG’S BLACK BART Std. Jennifer Holloway & Ruth Martucci & Dan Barnes Ch. MOONDACHS ARAPAHOE Joyce & Dennis Warren

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Std.

Ch. SOLONG SQUIRE V’ BRISTLEKNOLL Sidney Stafford Ch. SOUVENIR OF WAGSMORE ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne, Robert & Jean Burnett Ch. WAGMORE’S CAPTIVATING ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne Ch. WAGSMORE’S LOW AND BEEHOLD ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne Ch. WALMAR’S CASANOVA Polly Savage Ch. WALMAR’S KODIAK V BOONDOX Bob & Ann Wlodkowski

Std.

Ch. BOONDOX EMMA V WALMAR Std. Dan Harrison & Bob Hartkemeier

Min.

Ch. BOONDOX UMBRA AU LIEBE L Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

Std.

Min.

Ch. DACHSHIRE LAST LAUGH Std. Cynthia & Mary-Michaela Geiser

Min.

Dual Ch. DAYDACHS BONNIE BE GOOD SE CGC Miki Perry & Karen Purcell

Std.

FC EM’S LANCER LOVE ML Teddy Moritz

Std.

Ch. FLACHSHUNDS EXQUISITE ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Std. Min.

Min.


Ch. HAN-JO’S LOLLIPOP L Bev Dodds

Std.

HAN-JO’S YUM YUM L Joe & Hannelore Heller

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S ZSA ZSA Ron & Nancy Lockhart

Std.

GCh. JARBSY’S MAMA MIA Sandy Arnold

Std.

Ch. KAYCEES GALEWINNS ALL REVVED UP MLD Min. John & Terrilynn Carlson Ch. INSIGHT’S TANTRUMS ‘N TIARAS Cynthia & Jake Geiser

Std.

Ch. MANNEQUIN’S CANDI BAR L Std. Carol Spritzer & Walter & Mary Jones ROSE FARMS BLACKBERRY BUFF L Std. Dan Harrison & Dorothy Hutchinson Ch. ROSE FARMS DELILAH V BOONDOX Dee Hutchinson

Std.

Ch. ROSE FARMS ORCHID V BOONDOX Std. Dan Harrison & Martha Grantham

Ch. VONGAYS PORSCHE CAYENNE SL Gail and Von Richards

Std.

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) LONGHAIRED DOGS Dual Ch. BARON VON SKAER JE, CGC, VC Std. Barbara Skaer & Anne Schmidt

Std.

Dual Ch. AMTEKEL’S MERRY MELODY, JE Andra & Martin O’Connell

Std.

Std.

Std.

Ch. AVIANCE’S STAR IS BORN @ LEORALEE’S SL Marietta Singleton

Std.

Std.

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S EXACTA ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones Min.

Std.

Ch. AVIANCES INDIAN RIVER FLY John S. Contoupe

Std.

Ch. BOONDOX POLO L Dan Harrison

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S FRANCHISE ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Ch. BOONDOX YORKTOWN L Dan Harrison & Maggie Peat

Std.

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S HIGHLY SPICED ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

Ch. BARKERVILLE CLEOPATRA Std. Karen & Ted Brunner

Ch. BRIARDACH’S BAZOOKA Monika & Paul Martin

Std.

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S LEGACY ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Std.

Min.

Ch. BARKERVILLE LAUREN BACALL Ted & Karen Brunner

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S OHIO EXPRESS ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Std.

Min.

Ch. BARKERVILLE SULTAN’S MISTRESS Karen & Ted Brunner

Ch. SUNSPUN FACE OF AN ANGEL Clay Tedeschi & Vicki Walsh

Std.

Ch. BOONDOX FORREST GUMP L Walter & Mary Jones & Dan Harrison

Std.

Ch. FLACHSHUND’S REMBRANDT L Dianne H. Pickard

Std.

Std.

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S EXCLUSIVE ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

Ch. FRANZ KAFKA VON SKAER Std. Barb Skaer & Anne Schmidt

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S FREE SPIRIT ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

Ch. GLENARRIF’S MAYBE YOU SHOULD KNOW Std. June G. Mann

FC STARDUST ONE WAY OR ANOTHER JE RA Anne Schmidt

Std.

Ch. GLENARRIF’S WHAT ABOUT ME June G. Mann

Min.

Dual Ch. AMAZING GRACE VON BAKUM Std. Phylllis Meseroll & Michael Nothstein

Ch. ARIMICH’S ANNATTA V MOONDACHS Jan & Kevin Schirmer

Ch. SAUSAGE STABLES KARA ANN Gale Yamaguchi

WAGSMORE’S ROYAL TRADITION ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne

Std.

Ch. SLEEPY HOLLOW’S MAJESTIC L Bob & Ann Wlodkowski

DC DACHAVEN PONY EXPRESS O’SIDDACHS Alan James

Std.

LONGHAIRED BITCHES

Std.

Dual Ch. BOONDOX CHAPS L, JE Dr. Roger & Deborah Brum & Sherry Snyder

Std.

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT STAR SAPPHIRE L Anne & Catherine Carson

Ch. MANORVILLE’S REPEAT COPY L V. Jeanne Kappler

Std.

Dual Ch. AMTEKEL’S TEHILLAH RA, NA, CGC, VC Std. Andra O’Connell, Melanie Simmons

Ch. SAUSAGE STABLES DEJAVU MOCHA SE Miki Perry

Std.

Ch. LOSTDOG BLACKJACK Miki Perry & Karen Purcell

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.)

GCh. PRAMADA’S QUAGMIRE OF MELROSE L Std. Margaret Peat & Keli T. Martin

Ch. CAR-RAE’S MOONBEAM V PACKER ML Min. Paula Carter & Nancy Pearson

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT GLORY BE L Anne H. & James B. Carson

Ch. KEMPER DACHS BAD HABITS Charles Baris & John Hart

Std.

Std.

Ch. BAYARD LE CARDINAL Helen Engle

Ch. ROSE FARM ZESABEL OF BOONDOX Std. Dan Harrison & Walter & Mary Jones

Ch. SUNSPUN SCANDAL SHEET Std. Bruce & Vicki Walsh

Ch. KARLEW’S TRITON Marjorie Lewis

Std.

Ch. GLENAVAN ANTICIPATION ML Mary Olich Nie

Min.

Ch. HAN-JO’S APOLLO Richard A. & Wilva J. Bredahl

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S CANDYMAN L Bev Dodds

Std.

Ch. INSIGHT’S OH DO BEHAVE Std. Dr. Mary Bohach Dual Ch. IVIC’S INDELIBLE INK, UDX, CG, ME, VC Std. Andrea Baltes

Ch. TAPFERHAUS STENCIL L V. Jeanne Kappler

Std.

Ch. TIMBAR’S HEDLEY LAMAR Std. Janet Wayock Ch. VESHUND’S ELF ML Mary Olich Nie

Ch. BARBEMAC AGAINST ALL ODDS ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum Ch. BAYARD L’HYACINTHE Monika & Paul Martin

Std.

Ch. BEDOXELD DESIREE L Elizabeth Benjamine

Std.

Ch. BELDACH’S MERI CASATT Std. Connie Fisher

Min.

Ch. VON DYCK’S CASEY JONES Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller

Ch. BERMARG’S HAVALYN SKY TRACES Meg & Keith Williamson & Martha Grantham

Ch. VON DYCK’S MR. BOJANGLES L Dr. Helen Tiahrt

Ch. BERMARG’S PLAY MISTY FOR ME L Std. Meg Williamson & Martha Grantham

Ch. WAGSMORE’S ORANGE CRUSH ML Karyn & Jeff Dionne

Std.

Min.

Ch. BERMARG’S SATIN AND LACE L Carl & Linda Reich

Std.

Std.

Ch. WAGSMORE’S SUBLIME ML Min. Jeff & Karyn Dionne

Ch. BEVART COPPER PENNY V BLUEBONNET SE Std. Beverly & Art Morgan

Ch. WALMAR’S QUO VADIS Walter & Mary Jones

Ch. BIRKDELL’S ANNIE’S SONG L Std. Bob & Ann Wlodkowski

Std.

Ch. BONNFEL’S SPIRIT HALO Kathryn Ryan & Diane Young Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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Ch. BOONDOX ALL AGLOW L Std. Dan Harrison & Nancy Lockhart

DASH ‘N DOXIES YOYO ML Debbie James

Ch. BOONDOX BERMARG TREASURE L Dan & Ann Harrison

Ch. DDD’S WEE CONTESSA DO-RAE ML Nancy & Donald Colson & Paula Carter

Ch. BOONDOX LAVENDER L Dave & Pam Peat

Std. Std.

Ch. BOONDOX PANDEMONIUM Std. Sidney Stafford Ch. BOONDOX PUMPKIN Std. Walter & Mary Jones & Dan Harrison Ch. BOONDOX QUICKSILVER L Std. Dan Harrison & Bob Hartkemeier Ch. BRIARDACH’S GARDEN PARTY Monika & Paul Martin

Std.

Ch. BRIARDACH’S MAKE A WISH Monika & Paul Martin Std. Ch. BRIARDACH’S PLUM PUDDIN’ Monika & Paul Martin Ch. BRIARDACH’S POTLUCK Monika & Paul Martin Ch. CAMP GUTHRIE DEVIL’S SPRITE L CDX TT Barbara & Joel Axel CAMP GUTHRIE’S RAGS TO RICHES L Barbara & Joel Axel CANTERBURY’S LITTLE LILLITH ML Lisa & Andrew Warren & Phyllis Rosinsky Ch. CASSIOPEIA OF SIRIUS L Walter & Mary Jones Ch. CHAZLYN’S GUESSING GAME SL Lynne & Charles Dahlén CRISTALDOX DIANA Sandra & Dena Livingstone

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

56

Ch. DIKERDACHS KATERIE TEKAWITHA Valerie Diker FC EM’S LAST CHANCE ML Charles & Emma Sprung Ch. FEIERTAG’S SMIDGEN OF SPICE L Kandi Kostic

Ch. HEAVENSENT LUCK OF THE IRISH Grace & Charles Turner

FC HERTA VOM STROOTBACHTAL Std. Karin Boyd & Barbara Trebisky

Min.

Ch. HIGH PLAINS GIDDYUP Celeste Hagstrom, Pam Gale & Sherry Ceplius

Std.

Ch. HINDENBURG’S SHALIMAR Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

Min. Min.

Std. Min.

Ch. GEORGIA DACHS SHENIQUA Std. Nancy Thompson, Kathy Pickrell & Pat Sawyer Ch. GLENARRIF’S YOURS TRULY Sandy Arnold & June Mann

Std.

Ch. GLENAVAN FASCINATION Diane White Sennett

Min.

Ch. GLENAVAN GAIETY ML Mary Nie

Ch. HOMAR’S SIMPLY THE BEST SL Ryan Horvath, Carlos Puig, Janis & Roger Marti

DC HOPPLEDACH’S CINDERELLA’S DREAM ML CD RA JE VC Min. Pamala J. Hopkins Ch. HUNDELEBEN VICTORIA ‘O SONATA ML Min. Karin B. Ashe

Std.

Ch. KARLEW’S PRINCESS V BIRKDELL Marjorie Lewis

Std.

Ch. KHYBRENS SOCIAL BUTTERFLY Bev Brennesholz & Roberta Woodward

Std.

Ch. LADY ROSALYN OF SIRIUS Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller Ch. LADY WILMOT AT BRONIA Min. Kathleen Y. Doi FC L AND C MT SHASTA L CDX Std. ME, CG, CGC Sandi Myers & Larry Sorenson Ch. LEHIGH’S SLEEPYTIME ABBA ML Bob Bray

Min.

Ch. LEX-AN SERENDIPTY V WENLYN ML Anne Fons

Min.

Ch. LEXUS JUST A LITTLE BIT COUNTRY SL Grace & Charles Turner Std.

Min.

Ch. IVIC CEVAN’S CHIMNEY SWEEP Jane Larsen

Std.

Ch. MAYRHOFEN SIDRA L VON IVIC UDT VC Jane Larsen

Min.

Ch. IVIC’S ROCKY MOUNTAIN FEVER CDX, CG Jane Larsen

Std.

Ch. MELODY OF SIRIUS L Walter & Mary Jones

JACINTHE DE BAYARD Mary Howell

Std.

Ch. JOY-DEN’S APRIL LOVE L Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std.

Ch. METRONOMES LADY IN RED L Darleen Wheelington & B. & V. Smith

JOY-DEN’S EVENING STAR L Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std.

Std.

Aust. Ch. GRAEDON MIDNIGHT FANTASY Jeff & Karyn Dionne

Min.

Std.

GREENHILLS BLACK VELVET Std. Ray & Ann Parrish

Ch. JOY-DEN’S EVITA SL Diantha H. Gravelle

GREENSBORO CALAMITY ML Min. Bobby & Cissy Johnson

Ch. JOY-DEN’S I-RATE V SCHON BACH Arvilla Mayhall & Dorine Schoenbachler

Min.

Ch. JOY-DEN’S MAGENTA MAGIC SL Joyce & Dennis Warren

Dual Ch. LOSTDOG’S SISKIYOU Std. Ruth Martucci & Dan Barnes Std. Std.

Std.

Ch. MILLHAUS HEAVENLY COPY L Pat Mills

Std.

Std.

Ch. MOONDACHS SWEET GINGER BROWN Mary & Craig Lee

Std.

Std.

Ch. MT’S CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO Merritt & Meredith Taylor

Std.

Dual Ch. MT’S EMPIRE BUILDER Merritt & Meredith Taylor

Std.

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S ERIKA L Judy Turner

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S ROXANNE L Betty Woerman

Std.

Ch. JOY-DEN’S VIRGINIA WOOF SL Std. Kimberly Virdine & Joyce Warren

Std.

Ch. KARCHAUS UNFORGETTABLE Andra O’Connell

Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

Ch. KARLEW’S LITTLE EVE Marjorie Lewis

Min.

Min.

HAN-JO’S ROXIE AT SCHUMDACHS Jeri Hamman

Ch. KARCHAUS UNEXPECTED TREASURE Std. Andra O’Connell

FC HUNTNDOX LILY V SEERAUBER ML Susan C. Fuller

Std.

Min.

Std.

GCh. DC HOPPLEDACH’S CINDERELLA’S ENCHANTED EVE CD RA JE VC Min. Pamala J. Hopkins

Ch. GLENAVAN SOPHISTICATION ML Mary Nie

Std.

Min.

Ch. HOMAR’S MILLION DOLLAR BABY SL Std. Paula Carter & Kimberly Vidrine

Ch. GLENAVAN REMINISCENT ML Mary Nie

Ch. GREENSBORO’S ICE PRINCESS ML Cissy & Bobby Johnson

Std.

Min.

Min.

Ch. DACHSHIRE BLACK GOLD L Std. Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

Ch. DASH ‘N DOXIES MARBEL DELIGHT MDL Debbie James

Ch. DEVANNA’S SHINE ON V SIDDACHS Dorothy O. DeVanna & Harvey Mueller

FC GAVIA VON MORITZ ML Teddy Moritz

Dual Ch. D AND D THE VISION OF SPIRIT, CDX Std. Diane Young McCormack

Ch. DACHSHIRE LITTLE CASINO L Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

DE SANGPUR WEE ROUGE Pat Beresford

Min.

Std.

CH. MT’S WHITE DIAMOND Nancy & Mark Eby

Std.

DC MYE PRIMADOX ANGELIQUE JE, TT, CGC, VC Std. Sandi Myers & Ken Hagmueller & Kellye Slatton


FC NYSSA VON MORITZ ML Teddy Moritz Ch. OLD HANOVER’S WHAT ABOUT ME ML Linda Beamer

Min.

Min.

Ch. OUR GANG’S WISH UPON A STAR ML Min. Valerie Diker

SHADAES ENGLISH ROSE V RALJO Monika & Paul Martin

Std.

Ch. VON SCHAAFMEISTER’S SOLO SONG C.M. & W.S. Shaffmaster

Ch. SHADOWDACH’S POLLYANNA Brian Owen & Roy Dampeer

Std.

Ch. VON SKAER PROMENADE V CLIPPER Std. Barb Skaer & Dave Nickel

DC SIGNATURE’S OLIVA RN Wendy Snyder

Std.

DC PHANTOMS MUSIC OF THE NIGHT JE, CGC, VC Min. Christopher & Patricia Mims

DC SIDDACHS TURANDOT JE Alan James & Sidney Stafford

Std.

PRAMADA’S A BIT O’HONEY L Std. Dave & Pam Peat

SLEEPY HOLLOW ROBED IN RED Std. B. Ann & Robert J. Wlodkowski

Ch. PRAMADA’S HONEYSUCKLE L Dave & Pam Peat

Std.

Ch. SLEEPYTIME BRILLIANT Susan & Johnny Jones

Std.

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S MERCI GLENAVAN Susan & Johnny Jones

Ch. PRAMADA’S J. ABERCROMBIE L Dave & Pam Peat Ch. PRAMADA’S SHE’S SO CALIFORNIA OF KORADOX Thomas Sikora & Maggie Peat Ch. R’COLA ACRES SUNSHINE SINDY Jay & Ann Willis

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S SANGRIA Susan & Johnny Jones Std. Std.

Ch. REDFERN LIBERATED FINANCE Std. Keith Williamson & Meg Williamson & Renee Swab Ch. ROBDACHS FASHION FLING Std. Sanford & Patricia Roberts Ch. ROSE FARMS COUNTRY GIRL L Std. Dan Harrison & Dorothy Hutchinson Ch. ROSE FARM’S DRAGONORA ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne

Min.

Ch. ROSE FARMS ELITE V BOONDOX Ruth Martucci & Dan Harrison

Std.

Min.

Min. Min.

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S SHOW ME Min. Susan Jones Ch. SOLO’S STEEL MAGNOLIA MLD Paula Carter, Nancy Pearson & Alyce Gilmore

Min.

BGCh. DC STARDUST’S SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE RE NP VC Std. Anne Schmidt DC STARDUST DO U BELIEVE N MAGIC JE RN VC Anne Schmidt & Barb Koch Std. Ch. STOLZ ARIMICH PERSEPHONE SL Lucy Granowicz, Heather Denham & Eileen Lebut

Std.

GCh. STOLZ SOUTHERN BELLE MS ASHLEY SL Std. Carol Stolz-Blancato & Vince Blancato

Ch. ROSE FARM’S GINGER GIRL Std. Dee Hutchinson

Ch. SUNTECKELS BETHANY Jan & Kevin Schirmer

Ch. ROSE FARMS HANNELORE BOONDOX Std. Dan Harrison & Melanie Maurer

Ch. TECKELHOF’S HARBOR PARK MIST Std. Charlotte Borghardt & Edith Colaneri

Ch. ROSE FARMS HONEY V BOONDOX Dan Harrison, John Brading & Lon Strauch

Ch. TECKELTERRE’S INDIAN SUMMER L Ruth Williams

Std.

Ch. ROSE FARMS LADY OF THE NIGHT Std. Andrea Spritzer & Dee Hutchinson

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT BE MY FAIR LADY Anne H. & James B. Carson & Brenna Potash

Ch. SEIDACHS WHITE DIAMONDS SL Paula Carter

Ch. TUDOX TRISTEZAS AT PRAMADA L Pramada Kennels, Registered

DC SHADACH’S NITNEELION JOSIE Diane White Sennett

Std.

Min.

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

GCh. VONGAYS GIFT WRAPPED FOR INSIGHT Std. David & Sue Humphrey

WAGSMORE’S CHARISMA COUNTS ML Jeff & Karen Russel Dionne

Min.

Min

Ch. WAGSMORE’S FROM A DISTANCE ML Kathy A. Steele

Min.

Ch. WAGSMORE’S PICTURESQUE ML Karyn & Jeff Dionne

Min.

Register of Merit (R.O.M.) LONGHAIRED DOGS Ch. AMTEKEL’S THE GREAT GATSBY Sidney Stafford

Std.

Ch. BARKERVILLE PAGEMASTER Ted & Karen Brunner

Std.

Ch. BARBEMAC MIDNIGHT RUN ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum & Nancy Turner Ch. BAYARD L’ORESTE VON MARDACH Marjorie Creasy

Std.

Ch. WAGSMORE’S THE BEE’S KNEES ML Jeff & Karyn R. Dionne

Min.

Ch. WALMAR’S GIGGLES V BOONDOX Dan Harrison

Std.

CH. BRIARMIST BUSHRANGER Std. Margaret Peat & Lyndall & Jim Black

Ch. WALMAR’S HOLLYHOCHS V BOONDOX Std. Walter & Mary Jones

Ch. BURDACHS BROWN EYED HANDSOME MAN Min. Melissa M. Sworab

Ch. WALMAR’S PEPPERMINT PATTY Walter & Mary Jones

Std.

CANTERBURY’S LITTLE JJ Min. Phyllis Rosinsky, Alyce Gilbertsen & Marlies Noll

Ch. WHISTLESTOP’S MIFFIN T-ANN John & Mary Teigland

Std.

CANTERBURY’S LITTLE JOSHUA ML Phyllis Rosinsky

Min.

Ch. WHISTLESTOPS PRIME TIME LIVE Phoebe Phillips

Std.

Ch. CARAWAN’S CHAUFFEUR ML Darlene Carawan

Min.

Ch. WILHELM’S DIXIELAND JAZZ Bee Spencer

Std.

Ch. CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD JERICHO ML Darlene Carawan

Min.

Ch. CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD JONAH ML Darlene Carawan

Min.

Ch. BOONDOX VALENTINO L Nancy Eby & Judy Thompson

Ch. WILHELMINA VON SKAER Std. Barb Skaer

Std.

Ch. WINDCATCHER’S PRINCESS WARRIOR Janet Georgeanne

Std.

Ch. WOLDORF’S STORMY WEATHER Mark & Nancy Eby

Dual Ch. CHAZLYN’S DARK MOON RISING SL, CDX, JE, NAJ, RE, VC Std. Andrea Baltes

Std.

Ch. WUNSSUM’S RIVERWIND ANASTASIS Nancy Lindhe-Eby

AM. CAN. Ch. DACHENDELL’S MR. JAZZMAN Min. Jean Jasinsky

Std.

Ch. DELLDACHS ROLL ROYCE Std. Bev Dodds

Dual Ch. WURSTCHEN DACHSHIRE SIERRA L Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

Std.

Ch. FELIX OF THORN PINES Joyce Young

Std.

Ch. FOXFIRE VON BAYERN HUTTE ML Min. Martha Fuller & Joseph Banacki

Ch. WYNDCREST COUNTRY SAMPLER Jill & Nathan Janz

Std.

Ch. GO-WINS FAB TEDDY Z Std. Nancy Lindhe Eby, Mark Eby, Lindsey Thelen & Lorene Hogan Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

57


Ch. GRANDGABLES WOLF WHISTLE ML Linda Beamer Ch. HAN-JO’S LEMON DROP KID L Joe & Hannelore Heller

Min.

Std.

Ch. HANJO N’ SYLMAR GOLDNUGGET ML Maria P. Wild

Min.

Ch. HANSELDOX JOSHUA ML Carol Burton

Min.

Ch. HEATHERO FURBY Min. Shona Barrick & Viginia Stephenson Ch. JO AND JO’S PACKERS O HENRY ML Derryll Packer

Min.

Ch. ORCHARDWOOD’S JEREMIAH ML Min. Alicia M. Rescek & Leonard A. Rescek

Register of Merit (R.O.M.) LONGHAIRED BITCHES Ch. ACKLAIM’S CAN’T TOUCH THIS ML Shan Jumper Ch. ALDOX ARF’EN ANNIE Ellen Stanton Dual Ch. ALDOX BETTY’S SHADOW Beverly Brahe

Ch. BRONIA LOLITA Std. Margaret Peat & Steve Marlow

Std.

Std.

Ch. BURDACHS AIN’T MS. B HAVEN ML Carol Burton

Am/Can Ch. AMTEKEL’S MERRY HEART Std. Deborah Sauer & Andra O’Connell Ch. ARDENCAPLE’S MELODY D’AMOUR Min. Ken Fields ARDENCAPLE’S WEE SURPRISE Mrs. Willard K. Denton

Min.

Min.

Min.

Std.

Ch. PRAMADA’S Q-BERT L Dave & Pam Peat

Std.

Ch. BARBEMAC’S FANCY COLOURS ML Mary Sue Barnum

Min.

Ch. BARBEMAC PARFAIT CHOCOLAT ML Mary Sue Barnum

Std.

Ch. BARBEMAC SILKWOOD ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum

Ch. ROBDACHS CAPSTONE Sanford & Patricia Roberts

Std.

GCh. BROWNWOOD ROYALL T’S WINGSINGER CA Std. Lynn Tyler, Jerry Cerasini, Royall Tyler & Paula Tyler

Min.

Ch. PEGREMOS PARAGON L Peter Monks

Ch. PHL’S ANEAS OF LOVE CALL SEVEN JP Valerie Diker

Ch. BOONDOX OPIUM V WALMAR John Mohme

Min.

Ch. BURDACHS U WANNA MAKE A MEMORY ML Std. Carol Burton Ch. CAMP GUTHRIE SUMMER SUNSET L CGC Std. Barbara & Joel Axel Ch. CANTERBURY’S LITTLE CARLA ML Lisa & Andrew Warren CARAWAN’S ASHLEY Darlene Carawan

CARAWAN’S CONSTANT COMMENT ML Min. Janice Mosely & Darlene Carawan Ch. CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD KIWI ML Janice Moseley

Min.

Ch. CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD MEMORY ML Darlene Carawan

Min.

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S BRIT STERLING ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Std.

Ch. BAVARIA DACHS KISS ME KATE Particia Mace

Std.

Ch. CAR-RAE’S MILKY WAY ML Min. Mary A. Dowski

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT FAMOUS AMOS Anne H. & Catherine Carson Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT INHERIT TH’ WIND Anne H. & James Carson Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT WILD WEST WIND Anne H. Carson

Min.

Std.

Std.

58

Ch. BAYARD L’ORIANE Helen Harrison

Std.

Std.

Std.

CASEY’S BELLE AMI OF BAYARD CD Constance B. Fisher

Std.

Ch. DWAIN’S RUSSET SWEEP L Std. Mr. & Mrs. Richard O’Mara Ch. FANTASY VON KOTTHAUS L Std. Robert & Alice Dildine FEIORLINN DE RIGEUR Mary Pyle & Irva McDougald

Std.

Std.

Std.

Min.

Ch. FOXFYRE SEA SHELL ML Min. Aubrey Nash & Raymond Freer Ch. FEIERTAG’S NUTMEG NOUGAT L Kandi Kostic

Std.

Dual Ch. GER’S NOELA KATRINA LH RN David L. & Elizabeth C. Brown

Std.

Ch. GLENAVAN COSMOPOLITAN ML Karyn & Jeff Dionne

Min.

Ch. GLENAVAN IRRESISTIBLE ML Karyn & Jeff Dionne

Min.

Ch. GLENAVAN VANITY FAIR ML Mary Olich Nie

Min.

GLENARRIF’S ONEDERFUL June Mann

Std.

FC CASSIE OF COTTON MEADOWS LH CD RE MX MXJ OF SE Min. Jamie & Karin Sexton

Ch. GRAEDON PRETTY WOMAN Dee Hutchinson

Min.

Ch. HADSELHUS’ ARABESQUE L Richard A. & Wilva J. Bredahl

Std.

Std.

Ch. CEDAR HILL PAINTED PRINCESS Judi Rideout & Alberta Allen

Ch. BOONDOX BRADAUCH ECLAIR L Dan Harrison

Std.

Std.

Ch. COPPERTONE V BOONDOX L Dan Harrison

Ch. BOONDOX GLORY DAYS CD Bobbi Borbely & Dan Harrison

Std.

Std.

COTSWOLD’S MARSTON MAISEY Derek & Fred Turner

Ch. BLACK SHADOW OF DOLPHIN Clara Secord Ch. BLAIRHAVEN RED SILK Blairhaven Kennel

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT XPRESS RUSTY L Std. Anne H. & James B. Carson Ch. VON DYCK’S JOHNNY ONE NOTE L Walter & Mary Jones

Ch. BAVARIA DACHS LUCYGEE L Std. Richard A. & Wilva J. Bredahl

DE SANGPUR LADY STONYBROOK Bernard & Betty Piper

Min.

Ch. CARLIN’S LADY OF THE LAKE L Sharyn Drake, Kathy Pickrell & John Thompson

SUNARA FIRECRACKER Charlie May

GCh. DASH’N DOXIES BELLE’S GRAND FINALE MLD Min. Debbie James

Ch. FOXFYRE RING OF FIRE Rhonda Doty

Ch. BARKERVILLE SHONEY’S FIRST LADY Mark Eby & Nancy Lindhe-Eby

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S FIGURE OF SPEECH ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

Std.

FOXFYRE FUDGE RIPPLE ML Min. Aubrey Nash & Raymond Freer

Ch. BARKERVILLE DOLLY MADISON Ted & Karen Brunner

Min.

Ch. DACHSHIRE LIL TEXAS TORNADO SL June G. Fetters

Std

Min.

Ch. ROSE FARM’S PALOMINO ML Min. Karyn Russell-Dionne & Jeff Dionne

Std.

Ch. DACHSHIRE LADY LUCK Thomas & Kathleen Lockyer

Ch. BOONDOX HILARITY L Dan Harrison & Debbi Brum

Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

Std.

Std.

Std.

DACHSBAU CHAMPAGNE LADY Min. Janice & Bryan Finney & J. Crocker

Ch. HALEAJO’S PERIWINKLE Martha Prendergast

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S FANTASIA L Joe & Hannelore Heller

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S HEATHER L Std. Hannelore Heller & Jeff Richards Ch. HAN-JO’S YULETIDE YAHTZEE Joe & Hannelore Heller

Std.


Ch. HANSELDOX MISS MAKAYLA V BURDACHS ML Carol Burton HIBORN LAST DEAL Mr. & Mrs. Wendall Oglesbee Ch. HOLOW’S MAID MIDNIGHT L Peter Monks JANDELO’S PATRICIAN KNEPPER Elizabeth Van Valen Ch. JBS GOLDNGEM OF SERENDIPITY ML Jyl V. Scott Ch. JOY-DEN’S HEAVENLY BODY L Joyce & Dennis Warren Ch. JOY-DEN’S JAMAICA RUM SL Joyce Warren & Kim Vidrine J-LYN’S FLYING TO VICTORY ML Jennifer L. VanNiman

Min. Std.

Ch. PACKER’S BROWN BETTY II ML Min. Gail Meghghy & Sherry Ceplios Ch. PACKER’S BROWN SUGAR ML Derryll Packer

Std.

Ch. PEGREMOS LURLENE L Peter Monks

Std.

Ch. PHANTASEAS EMEIGH SUE L Dr. Janet Crane

Min.

Std.

Min.

Std.

Std.

PUNKIN’ PI V TURNER Std. Becky England & Nancy Turner Ch. RAISIN’L BRYKAAR O’ ALI’I AK INU Victoria L. McConnell Ch. ROBDACHS GYPSY ROSE Beatrice Medes

Std.

Min.

Ch. ROSE FARMS ALL A GLITTER ML Nancy Zumwalt Prouty Ch. ROSE FARMS LIME SODA Mary Pyle & Irva McDougal

Std.

Ch. LOSTDOG’S HI-LILLY Becky Harstad

Std.

Ch. MAGNA CHRIS OF CURLEY CREEK Std. Sherry Snyder

Std.

Std.

Ch. AUBARLEAS JOHNNY ANGEL John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

Ch. BARBADOX ANDI Barbara Haisch

Std.

Ch. BARBADOX IRONSIDE SS Jan Oswald & Jeri Smith

Std.

Std. Ch. BOONDOX CHUCKIE BUNYAN John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

Ch. DUNKELDORF FALCON’S FAVORITE Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dunk, Jr.

Std.

Ch. DUNKELDORF FALCON FORESTER Mrs. Charles Statler

Std.

Std.

Std.

BGCh. TWELFTH NIGHT SABRINA FAIRCHILD Std. Anne, James Carson & Kimberly Lanum

Ch. DYNADAUX FAST CARS AND FREEDOM MS Min. Cyndy Senff

Std.

Min.

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT’S MORNING GLORY L Anne H. Carson

BISS Ch. DYNADAUX HONKY TONK BAR N GRILL MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

STARGATE SPECIAL COPY Std. Amanda Hodges & Barbara Myers

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT’S MORNING STAR L Anne H. & Catherine Carson

Std.

Ch. FALCON OF HEYING-TECKEL Fred & Rose Heying

Std.

STF NAUGHTY BY NATURE ML Jennifer & Patricia McNally

Min.

Ch. WAGSMORE CARTE BLANCE ML Debbie James

Min.

Ch. FARMEADOW LIGHT UP THE SKY Charles Baris & John Hart

Std.

Std.

Ch. WALMAR’S MADGE V BOONDOX Walter & Mary Jones

Std.

Ch. FORRESTER’S HUNTER Frances & James Forrester

Std.

Ch. WAVECREST PAIGE V ELYSIUM B. Ann Wlodkowski & Lisa & Andrew Warren

Min.

Ch. GALADACHS MY BOY GIORGIO Std. Gail M. Laidoner & Michael Powell

SOLO’S KARMA CHAMELEON ML Alberta Flachs & Paula Carter

Ch. STONYBROOK’S PJ’S MAUREEN L Robin Gianopoulos

Ch. OZO’S JUST A WHISPER FROM MANMAR Janice Finney

Std.

Min.

Min.

Ch. ORCHARDWOOD DEEP DARKNESS Leonard & Alice Rescek

SMOOTH DOGS

Min.

MC’S FOXIE ROXIE OF DILU ML Cynthia Ruckman

Std.

Std.

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT M’L’N’IUM MYSTERY Anne H. & James B. Carson

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.)

Ch. DYNADAUX HILLBILLIE HOLLYWOOD MS Cyndy Senff

STONEBRIDGE SANTA FE SIDDACH Constance B. & Gary R. Fisher

MY WAY MOZE’N ALONG L Sharon Christiansen

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT GEMINI CASSIE Anne H. Carson

Std.

Std.

Ch. SLEEPYTIME’S FREE SPIRIT ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Std.

Std.

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT EVENING LIGHT Anne H. & James B. Carson & Brenna Potash

Ch. WOLDORF’S CITY OF LIGHTS L Mark & Nancy Eby

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT STAR O’BERMARG L Anne H. & Catherine Carson

Ch. MAR-KREST ALL THAT GLITTERS Anne Schmidt

Ch. MT’S NELLIE BLY Meredith & Merritt Taylor

Std.

Min.

SHAMROCK’S HOCUS POCUS L Std. Owel Newman

Ch. LEX-AN SOLAR FLAIR ML Min. Karyn & Jeff Dionne

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT ANGEL OF HOPE Anne H. Carson

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT HOPE DIAMOND L Anne H. & Catherine Carson

Ch. JO AND JO STF BROWN EN VOGUE ML Jennifer & Patricia McNally

Std.

Std.

Std.

Dual Ch. SHADOWDACH’S SO RARE Brian Owen & Roy Dampeer

Ch. KASHMIR OF NIKOBAR Barbara Nichols

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT ANGEL GABRIELLE L Anne H. Carson

Ch. TWELFTH NIGHT GLIMMER OF HOPE Anne H. Carson

Ch. JOY-DENS NO-NO NANETTE SL Std. Joyce Warren & Mary Mathieson Min.

Ch. TECKELWOOD MADONNA Min. Kathleen Sahlin

SUNTURA’S SHAZAM ML Min. Karyn Russell-Dionne & Jeff Dionne SWEETHAVEN SUZI CHENILLE Std. Barbara Nichols

Min.

Ch. SYLMAR’S QUEEN OF HEARTS ML Maria P. Wild

Min.

Ch. TALIESIN’S STORMY WEATHER ML Elaine Hanson

Min.

Min.

Ch. WHISTLESTOP’S PENNY CANDY Lynne Allen

Std.

Ch. WHISTLESTOP’S SURPRIZ SURPRIZ Std. Lynne Allen Ch. WILLOWCROFT TECKELWOOD FLAIRE SL JE Amanda Hodges & Barbara M. Myers

Std.

Std.

AM/CAN Ch. GRANDGABLES Min. WEE MR RED THORN Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan Dual Ch. JAGIE’S SUNKISSED PHOENIX Std. Miki Perry & Eric C. Henningsen Ch. JOY-DEN’S REVELATION SS Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren Ch. LADDLAND A SMIDGEON OF A LAD Jack Karcher

Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

Std.

59


Ch. LADDLAND A WING AND A PRAYER Kaye Ladd Ch. MAXSOHN’S STAR OF CHOO CHOO Maria Hayes Ch. PRUITT’S RED RIPPER James & Margaret Pruitt Ch. SHEEN V WESTPHALEN Peggy Westphal Ch. SONDERBAR BOOMERANG MS Cyndy Senff Dual Ch. STARDOX TWIST AND SHOUT JE Elizabeth (Sandy) Patterson & Lorraine Simmons

Std. Std.

Std.

Min.

Std.

SMOOTH BITCHES

Ch. APPLE HILLS RITE DECISION Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

Std.

Ch. BESSDACHS REBA MCLOVELY Std. Betty Jeffery & Renee Lara DVM Ch. DIAGRAM LOVE POTION SS Std. Dianne Graham

Ch. CHERRY CREEK’S TOBY MS Min. Cynthia DeYoung

Ch. LUCENE’S TIARA Jeanine Sudinski

Std.

Ch. COOK’S HOME BREW Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cole

Ch. MOFFETT’S ROSANNE Themla Moffet

Std.

Ch. CROSSWYND’S CRACKER JACK Mrs. Charles Statler

Std.

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.) Ch. APOTHECARY BLACK ROSEY ROSE George Kleinman

Ch. LUCENE’S CROWNING GLORY Std. Jeanine Sudinski & Mechelle Stall

Std.

BISS ENG/AM/CAN Ch. D’ARISTA SUPERNATURAL Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

Ch. ROSE GATE GINGER POPPY Std. Tim & Marilou Callison

AM/CAN Ch. DACHSMITH LOVE’S AJAX Iris Love

DC ROSE GATE PRAIRIE SKY Marilou & Tim Callison & Lorraine & David Simmons

Std.

SAGERUNS TINK MSD Daryl Turner & Art Sanderson

Min.

GCH. SUMMERHILL WHISPERING BREEZE SS Michael & Cathy Blatz Std. WALKER’S GYPSY OF KABA Becky Walker

Min.

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) SMOOTH DOGS Ch. ADD-SIM’S GOOD TIME CHARLIE Valerio Hernandez Colon

Min.

Ch. DACHSMITH LOVE’S DIOMEDES Iris Love & Anne Radice DC DARSHAN HUMMER V JAGIES Jan Oswald, Jerri Smith & Eric Henningsen Ch. DYNADAUX C-O-U-N-T-R-Y MS Cyndy Senff

Std.

Ch. LUCENE’S PHANTOM Jeanine Sudinski

Std.

Std.

Ch. MAGIK RAINBOW HARMONY Cyndy Senff Min.

Std.

CH. DYNADAUX HONKY TONK REDNECK SONG MS Min. Cyndy Senff

Ch. MOFFETT’S HARVEST Themla Moffett

Std.

PGCH. DYNADAUX REDNECK FANCY BOY MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

Ch. NIXON’S FLEETING ENCOUNTER Coletta Kinch

Ch. FELSHEIM’S FRIENDLY JESTER Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cook

Std.

Can/SAF/Zim Ch. GARTHORNE MR. BEAN FOR GRANDGABLES Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan Ch. GEORGIA DACH’S CHANDLER Nancy Thompson

Std.

FC GESCHA VOM MEISTERWURZ Sian Kwa-HopfenspergerCh.

Std.

Ch. APPLE HILLS ULTIMATE DECISION Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

GCH. GRANDGABLES SUMBUDDY WALDEN Denise Waldo

Min.

Std.

Ch. BADGERLANDS PRIME TIME JOEY M Sandra Golemb

Min.

Ch. GREGORY’S MARRYING SAM Henry & Jackie Gregory

Std.

Ch. LADDLAND CAMELOT Kaye Ladd

Std.

Ch. BESSDACHS JOE CLAY BROWN Std. Betty Jeffery & Renee Lara DVM

Ch. LADDLAND JULIET Kaye Ladd

Std.

60

Std.

Ch. BLAURUCKENBERG FIREBRAND Ernestine Carlson

Std.

Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

Min.

Ch. MOFFETT’S GEORGI Thelma Moffett

Std.

Ch. LANDMARK SIMONE V JOYAL Anne Allen Crockett & Barbara Power

Ch. LANDMARK BOLD RULER Std. Robert Butterworth

Std.

Dual Ch. APPLEHILL ON THE RITE TRACK CG Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

Std.

Ch. LUCENE’S FRIENDLY FIREMAN Jeanine Sudinski

Std.

Ch. BESSDACHS WINGS OF EAGLES Betty & William Jeffery

Ch. LADDLAND FIREWORKS Helen Hamilton

Std.

Ch. GALADACHS MINDY OF NIKOBAR Gail Laidoner

KINDERTECKEL’S FOURSTAR LILY Kristin E. Cihos-Williams & Emalie Williams

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

Ch. KARLSTADT’S LIONEL Dee Hutchinson

Ch. LUCENE’S DAXYLINE RINGMASTER Jeanine Sudinski

Dual Ch. FRIESLAND’S FANTASY STRUDEL Helen & Neal Hamilton

Ch. APPLE HILLS HERCULES Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

Std.

GCh. PASSPORT PRELUDE TO A KISS SS Std. Arvind & Joyce De Braganca

Ch. ROSE GATE JAGIE Std. LADY SLIPPER Marilou Callison & Gary Tim Callison & Eric Henningsen

Ch. JOY-DEN’S ZILLION DOLLAR MAN Joyce Warren

AM/CAN Ch. GRANDGABLES BLOND BEACH BOY MS Min. Guy Jeavons, Mark McMillan, Janalyn Dubois, Sandra Golemb

Ch. HAN-JO’S WEE TABASCO Joe & Hannelore Heller

Min.

Ch. JOLLY DACHS GEORGE Ann Gordon

Std.

Std.

Ch. PROUDLY WE HAIL V WESTPHALEN Lucia Butler & Sid Sims

Std.

Ch. SANDAR’S CHARLES OF THE RITZ MS Sharon Taylor & Daryl Turner

Min.

Ch. TEXDOX ERIC Sid & Ann Sims

Std.

CAN. Ch. TORI-JARICE’S WEE ANGUS MS Min. Jeanne Rice Ch. VILLANOL’S GLADI’S LAD Std. Jean Carvill

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) SMOOTH BITCHES

Ch. JOY-DEN’S COMMANDO SS Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren Ch. JOY-DEN’S LIGHTNINGN-THUNDER Joyce & Dennis Warren

Ch. OMNI’S ROCK A FELLER Mrs. Helen Carlen

Std.

Std.

ADD-SIM’S CELEBRITY GIRL Anthea Gregory

Std.

Ch. ADD-SIM’S GITANA SS Barbara Butterworth

Std.

Ch. ADD-SIM’S PLAYGIRL SS Don & Gerri Harfst

Std.


Ch. APPLE HILL PLEIADES Std. Helen Hamilton & Megan Hicks Ch. APPLEHILLS SIGN OF THE CROSS Std. Helen Hamilton & Megan Hicks Ch. BARBADOX WENDI Robert Palmer Ch. BARBADOX YOLANDA Ruth Martucci Ch. BARKERVILLE DOLLY MADISON Ted H. & Karen Brunner BARKERVILLE IN STYLE Ted H. & Karen Brunner BENMARDEN’S CELESTIAL LADY Jim & Vera Tucker CH. BESSDACHS BEDAZZLED KARAVEL Karen Murray & Marina Renee Lara DVM Ch. BESSDACHS MARBACH MIRACLE Betty & William Jeffery Ch. BOONDOX FLORA V CANDACHS Carl & Candice Holder

Std.

Ch. DACHSMITH LOVE’S PSYCHE TSYCHE Iris Love

Std.

Ch. DACHSMITH LOVE SELENE NIKE T Iris Love

Std.

Ch. DARSHAN’S CLAIM TO FAME SS Joyce Warren & Gail Laidoner

Std.

Ch. DEISTERS STRETCHIN’ GRETCHEN Ann Deister

Std.

Std.

Ch. BRAAEHAUS MILADY Susan Stoltz

Std.

Ch. BREN-DACHS GARNET SET IN GOLD Brenda J. Nichols

Std.

CHOO CHOO’S SANTE FAYE Robert Palmer

Std.

Ch. ENGLELONG HONKYTONK ANGEL MS Min. Sandra Golemb & Betty Adams

Min.

Std.

Std. Std.

Ch. HILLANDACH BETSY BUNYAN Std. Pam Fleming Ch. HOUNDHAVEN DANCE TO DA MUSIC John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

HURRICANE LILI V LEONARDO S Judy & Mack Gallamore

Std.

Std.

FLEMING’S FALCON MEMORY Std. Polly Fleming

Std.

CH. FRENDACH’S JUST LIKE THE WIND RA Peter & Randy Eltringham

Ch. ISLEDOX ALICE BLUE GOWN SS Faith and Ron Overdahl

Ch. GALADACH CONTESSA Joyce Warren Std.

Std.

Std. Std.

GCh. DC GEORGIA DACHS BAILEY JO CGC CA Std. David & Stephanie Hass & Nancy Thompson

CH. ISLEDOX TRUE BLUE MAYBELLENE Ron & Faith Overdahl

Std.

Std.

Ch. JAGIE’S ARIEL OF WHISTLESTOP Std. Eric C. Henningsen & Lynn Allen

Ch. DERRIGON DUTCH TREAT Std. Donald & Gerri Harfst

GCH. GEORGIA DACHS BILLIE JOANNE CGC Std. David & Stephanie Hass & Nancy Thompson

Ch. JAGIE’S RECORD BREAKER Min. Barbara Flowers & Eric Henningsen

Ch. DIGALOT’S RITA HAYWORTH Std. Martha Babic & Judy Stephenson

Ch. GEORGIA DACHS MEGAN Nancy Thompson

Std.

Ch. JAYROCS WALTZ Std. ACROSS TEXAS SS Jayne & Robert Stewart & Sara Piety

Ch. DOLLIDACHS JUST KISS ME Std. Lexa Richmond

Ch. GEORGIA DACHS OLIVIA Johan & Nancy Thompson

Std.

Ch. DOLLIDACHS SUSSANDE PRIAMA SS Std. Carolyn Casoria & Kandi Kostic

Ch. GEORGIA DACHS RENEE BUNYAN Nancy Thomspon

DUNKELDORF’S GIMLET Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dunk, Jr.

Ch. GEORGIA DACHS SUZANNA Std. Nick Halley & John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

Std.

Dual Ch. JESSICA’S LISA VON DEMESDORF, JE Steve & Cheryl Shultz Ch. JOY OF HEYING-TECKEL Ellen Koeper JOY-DEN’S AWESOME DELIGHT SS Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std. Std.

Std.

Ch. DYNADAUX HONKY TONK ONE-O-ONE MS Min. Cyndy Senff

FC GOODWOOD GOOD 2 B QUEEN Mike & Kelly Ford

Dual Ch. DYNADAUX JUST LIKE A DREAM MS, JE, CGC, VC Min. Judy Gallamore

AM/CAN Ch. GRANDGABLES DRAGONS BREATH MS Kevin J. Payne

GCH. DYNADAUX LITTLE BIT OF LIFE MS Cyndy Sneff Min.

Ch. GRANDGABLES MS SOME BUNNY ELSE Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

Ch. JOY-DEN’S LEE ANNA LOVE Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

BIS/BISS Ch. DYNADAUX LITTLE MISS HONKY TONK MS Min. Pamela Spencer & Cyndy Senff

Ch. GRANDGABLES SHE DAZZLES YOU MS Mary Nie

Min.

Ch. JOY-DENS ONE-N-ONLY YOU SS Joyce & Dennis Warren

Ch. DYNADAUX MIDNIGHT MISCHIEF M Min. Phil & Mary Bird & Cindy Senff

GREGORY’S SARAH SMILE Henry & Jackie Gregory

Std.

Ch. JOY-DENS SPICE GIRL SS Joyce F. Warren

Ch. GREGORY’S SHIRLEY G Henry & Jackie Gregory

Std.

Ch. JOY-DENS VELVET TOUCH SS Joyce & Dennis Warren

HAMPDACHS MISS AIMEE Mabel Hampton

Std.

Ch. HAN-JO’S DANA SS Joe & Hannelore Heller

Std. Std.

Std.

Ch. CHARMAINE V CANDACHS Std. Carl & Candice Holder Ch. CHOO CHOO DOLL OF SWEETHEART James & Marie Sakoda

Ch. E-LONG PETALPUSHER BLUEBELL Laura Abbott-Licht

Std.

Std.

Ch. CEDAR CREEK’S TYMPANI SS Cecil & Arlynn Holman

Ch. DACHSBOROUGH VICTORIANNA Helen Carlin

Std.

Std.

Ch. BOONDOX IPSY PIPSY Dan Harrison

Ch. CARRAMOLL’S GAY GEORGETTE Raymond Phillip

DACHSBOROUGH LIA V TEJAS SS Lucia Butler

Ch. DYNADAUX ONLY IN AMERICA MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

Std.

Ch. JOY-DENS BORN TO BOOGIE Std. Joyce Warren & Bill & Betty Jeffery

Min.

Ch. JOY-DENS I GOT RHYTHM SS Pam Fleming-Barringer & Margaret Pruitt

Ch. CHOO CHOO’S SWEETHEART Robert Palmer

Std.

FC DYNADAUX SPARKLING DELILAH JE Cyndy Senff

Ch. CLASSIC UNFORGETABLE SS Dianne Graham

Std.

Ch. DYNADAUX HONKY TONK REDNECK SONG MS Min. Cyndy Senff

Ch. HAN-JO’S JESSICA S Joe & Hildegard Demes & Hannelore Heller

Ch. CRISCROSS BLACK LILY SS Marnie Kerley & Cris Natali

Std.

FC EASY DE LA CHAPELLERIE SE Claire Mancha

FC HIDDEN CEDARS DOUBLE TROUBLE MS Min. Gloria La Tour

Min.

Std.

Std.

Std. Std.

Std.

Ch. KARAVEL GLIMMER O’ HOPE VOM SEE Std. Glenn & Rondi Ross & Karen B. Murray FC KAYJAKES KLEINE KARTINA II CG Mike & Jan DuBois

Min.

Ch. KINDER’S COURTIER OF AVALON MS Janalyn Duboi

Min.

Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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FC KINDER’S LUHNAU KALELA MS, SE Janalyn Dubois Dual Ch. KINDER’S WEE EBONY ROSE MS Mike & Jan DuBois KINDERTECKEL’S PASADENA ROSE Roland Hernandez & Storm Britten-Ilouno

Min.

Min.

Std.

Ch. KNOLLAND’S COVER GIRL Std. Iris Love

Ch. LUCENE’S CANDACE OF JODELL Jodell Irola

Std.

Ch. LUCENE’S DAILY DOUBLE Std. Jeanine Sudinski Ch. LUCENE’S DANCER Jeanine A Sudinski Ch. LUCENE’S DIAMOND OF HOUNDHILL Jeanine Sudinski

Dual Ch. SAUSAGE STABLES REMEMBER ME Miki Perry

Std.

Ch. SEACREST DOUBLE DELIGHT SS Roland Hermandez & Storm Britten Ilouno

KNOLLAND LORNA Kaye Ladd

Std.

LADDLAND ALL A QUIVER George Bark

Std.

Ch. LYNSULEE’S LUCKIBELLE Std. Philip Bishop

Ch. LADDLAND CROWN JEWEL OF LUCENE Std. Lexa Richmond Ch. LADDLAND EMMA PEEL Kaye Ladd Ch. LADDLAND CAMEO Kaye Ladd Ch. LADDLAND HEAD IN THE CLOUDS Kaye Ladd

Ch. LADY TERMIN JEAGER Miki Perry Ch. LAURJOSH LEXI AT CRISCROSS MS Christian E. Natali

Std.

Ch. ADD-SIMS JONATHAN Peggy Westphal

Std.

Ch. ADD-SIM’S GIGOLO MS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison Min.

ADD-SIM’S SOMETHING 2 TALK ABOUT MS Gloria LaTour

Min.

Ch. APPLE HILL’S CENTURION Std. Jean & Gordon Carvill

Min.

Ch. APPLE HILL’S MILLENIUM FALCON Std. Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

MISS HALEY DICK’S SHADOW MS Richard H. Jones

Ch. TEXDOX DACHSBOROUGH DULCIE Std. Mrs. Helen Carlen

Min.

Am/Can Ch. TIMBAR’S AFRICAN QUEEN Std. Steve Wolden & Becky Stephens

Ch. CALL TO ARMS V WESTPHALEN Peggy Westphal

TIMBAR’S PINAFORE Mr. & Mrs. David Perry

Std.

DC CARRDOX BROADWAY JOE Std. Sharon Carr

Ch. TIMBARS QUEEN OF THE NILE Karen & Ted Brunner

Std.

Ch. CEDARCREEKS BOLD SOJER BOY Larry & Rebecca Payne

Std.

Ch. TINTAGEL’S JULIE OF LEGIBACH Gina & Pat Leone

Std.

Ch. CRISCROSS’ STARTIN’ A RIOT MS Christian E. Natali

Min.

Ch. TREU NACHT STERN V ARNOLD Ruth Arnold

Std.

PLATINUM GCh. DYNADAUX REDNECK FANCY BOY MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

Ch. ENGLELONG HONEST ABE MS Byers Adams

Min.

Std.

Std.

Std. Std.

Min.

Std.

Ch. LONGTIME’S HARMONY NOIRE MS Cheri Faust

Min.

62

SUNRISE LIGHTLY TANNED MS SE Dawn-Renee Mack & Valerio Hernandez-Colon

Ch. ADD-SIM’S ALEX Std. VON SARRIA SS Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

Std.

Ch. LODONHAUS LI’L LAVENDER SS Ron & Faith Overdahl

DC LORINDOL KU’UIPO OF PENKAY SS Vicki Spencer

Ch. SONDERBAR SHINE MS Cyndy Senff

Std.

Ch. MERIDACHS KEWPIE DOLL CD Mrs. Elizabeth Tuttle

Ch. LADDLAND LUCY LAWLESS Std. Nancy Thompson

Ch. LADDLAND TASTE OF BENCELIA Kathleen Klimkiewicz

Min.

CH. SILVER PATCHES OF TECKELWOOD MS Richard & Twyla Vincent & Amanda Hodges

SMOOTH DOGS

Std.

Ch. LADDLAND LORNA LAURIE Std. Kaye Ladd

Ch. LADDLAND PINCH OF CAMEO Kaye Ladd

Std.

Std.

Register of Merit (R.O.M.)

Dual Ch. MELWYN TICKET TO RIDE Melissa Wynings & Lorraine Genieczko

Std.

Ch. LADDLAND JUST A TASTE Std. Kaye Ladd Ch. LADDLAND LIZ THE LIONHEARTED Iris Love

ROSE GATE PRARIE DAWN Marilou & Gary Tim Callison

Std.

Ch. LUCENE’S FASCINATION Jeanine Sudinski & Ernest Rhodeen

CH. MAGIK RAINBOW HARMONY Cyndy Senff

Ch. ROSE GATE GINGER POPPY Std. Tim & Marilou Callison

Std.

Ch. MOFFETT’S SANDRA Thelma Moffett

Std.

Dual Ch. STARDOX PENNY LANE V MELWYN Lorraine Genieczko

Std.

Ch. MOFFETT’S MISS FLINT Std. Thelma Moffett & Dan Harrison Ch. MUSELAND’S ALYSIA Dorothy Muse

Std.

Ch. NIEBURS KISS YOU BACK D’DACHS Std. Kraig Blanchard & Susan Watts Dual Ch. NIEBUR’S MOON SHADOW Dave & Lynn Niebur Ch. PETALPUSHER FLOWER CHILD MS Laura Abbot Ch. POCODOX SERENADE AT CRISCROSS SS Christian E. Natali Ch. ROBELDA FANTASY Helen Spencer

Std

TRI-K’S ANDROMEDA Carol L. Anderson Min. Std. Std.

Ch. ROSE FARMS CHOO CHOO Std. Dan Harrison & Dee Hutchinson ROSAN HILL STATE OF GRACE MS Sandra J. Golemb & Carol Luetkens & James Luetkens

Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

Std.

Min.

Can/Dual Ch. VALONA’S ULTRASUEDE GIRL CG, CGC, JE, VC Henry & Jan Winther

Std.

Std.

VON LUCKNER’S PIPERLE MS Min. Mercedes Sable WATKINS TSUNAMI Jane Watkins

Std.

WELDS WILDWOOD HONEY MS Min. Martha Fuller & Joseph Banacki

Ch. BERMARG’S BOONDOX TALISMAN S Martha Grantham

Std.

Ch. BRAAEHAUS MARATHON MAN Tim & Marilou Callison

Std.

Std.

Ch. ENGLELONG PETTY CASH MS Byers Adams & Arline Adams Grizzard Ch. FLEMING’S JOLLY DACHS TORGER Polly Fleming

Min.

Std.

Ch. FLEMING’S PRINCE OF DAXYLINE Std. Ernest Rhodeen & Mechelle Sudinski Am/Can/Aust Ch. GRAND GABLES BENGAL TIGER MS Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan


Am/Can Ch. GRAND GABLES REDDY STEADY GO MS Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

Ch. ADD-SIM’S SWEET CHARLOTTE MS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

Am/Can Ch. GRAND GABLES THE GLADIATOR MS Kevin J. Payne

Ch. ADD-SIM’S TINA MS Joe & Hannelore Heller

Min.

CH. ADD-SIM’S VILMA MS Gloria LaTour

Min.

Min.

BISS G/AM/CAN GRANDGABLES WEE GOLDEN EDITION Min. Guy Jeavon & Mark HoustonMcMillan Ch. HAN-JO’S TOM TERRIFIC Joe & Hannelore Heller

Min.

Ch. HAN-JO’S WEE BLACK DAEMON MS Hannelore Heller

Min.

Ch. NICK’S GALAXY Audrey Nick

BADGERLAND’S WEE MISS MAMIE MS Sandra Golemb Ch. BARBADOX GRINDEL II John & Cherri Thomson

Am & E Ch. JAGIES I LOVE THE NIGHT LIFE Std. Eric Henningsen & Lynne Allen Ch. M D P H DEMONSTRATION M Sharon M. Michael

Ch. ALLEGRO LE JAZZ’N PIZZAZ MS JE Min. Daryl Turner & Carol Luetkens

Min. Std.

Min. Std.

BARBERRY KNOWE GRAEDEL Std. Mrs. Charles C. Stalter Ch. BARDALE VERBENA OF CANDACHS Candace & Carl Holder

Std.

Ch. BESSDACHS SUSANNA DICKINSON Betty Jeffery & Renee Lara

Std.

Ch. PAWPRINT’S PRIME TIME Min. Jack Wallace

Ch. BRAAEHAUS BEING A LADY Std. Tim & Marilou Callison

Ch. POOHDACH’S OWN DOS MS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

Ch. BRAAEHAUS BLACK NARCISSUS Judy Stephenson

Ch. PRUITTS ADDSIM JOURNEY Std. Cliff Simones & Robie AddisonCh. PRUITT’S RED ROCKY Margaret & James Pruitt

Std.

CH. SANDAR’S WALL-E Min. Daryl Turner, Arthur Sanderson Ch. TIMBARS JUGGERNAUT Karen & Ted Brunner Ch. VILLANOL GREAT COMMUNICATOR Jean Carvill Ch. VON RELGIB’S COMMANDANT Ethel Bigler

Std.

Ch. BRAAEHAUS REGAL LADY Std. Eric Henningsen

Min.

Ch. DACHSMITH LOVE’S HEBE TYCHE Iris Love

Std.

Ch. DACHSYHAUS SHENANIGANS SS Marie Hendrix

Std.

Ch. DEISTER’S COCO CHANEL Std. Ann Deister CH. DILU IVANA YUMY LOVER MS Pearl Dilg & Carlos Puig Ch. DUNKELDORF’S SENTA Mr. & Mrs. John Sheward

Std. Std.

Dual Ch. DYNADAUX BLAST FROM THE PAST JE CGC VC Cyndy Senff

Min.

Dual Ch. DYNADAUX DANCE IN CIRCLES MS JE Cyndy Senff

Min.

GREGORY’S BLACK EYED SUSAN Henry & Jackie Gregory

Std.

HAN-JO’S WEE BLACK SATIN MS Hannelore Heller

Min.

Ch. HELGA V HOUS SONNENFELS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison Ch. HIALEAH’S FIRE N SPICE Stephanie & David Hass

Std.

Ch. JAGIE ON MY LAUREL MIDERNOCH Std. Patricia Ridgard & Eric Henningsen Ch. JENEL VON ROVNA Beatrice Rovner

Std.

Ch. JOY-DEN’S CARRIE ANN Nancy & Mark Eby

Std.

Ch. JOY-DEN’S XPRESSIVE MISS RED Charlene Owen

Std.

MBISS Ch. DYNADAUX EVERY COWBOY’S DREAM MS Min. Donnie & Stacy Brauen & Cyndy Senff

FC KINDERS ONE MAGIC MEMORY MS Janalyn DuBois

Min.

CH. DYNADAUX HELLO HONKY TONK MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

Ch. KORDACHS’ KISSIMINEE MS Ada McCord

Min.

Ch. DYNADAUX HILLBILLIE ROCK MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

Ch. LADDLAND BY CANDLELIGHT Lexa Richmond

Std.

ENGLELONG FRIEDOS JUSTA WHIM MS Byers Adams & Arline Adams Grizzard

Min.

Ch. LADDLAND ELVIRA Walter & Mary Jones

Std.

Ch. LADDLAND L’LIBERTE S.T. Rubin

Std.

Std.

FC BRAVEHEARTS SOUTH PACIFIC Irene Roberts

Std.

Std.

Ch. CEDARBEND’S MAGIC CONISTON Nancy Bischoff

Std.

CEDAR HILLS CHOCOLATE MARBLE MS Bill & Alberta Allen

Min.

Ch. CHERRY CREEK’S JULIETTE MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

Ch. CHERRY CREEK’S LICORICE MS Cynthia DeYoung

Min.

Ch. GEORGIA DACHS SOUTHERN BELLE John & Nancy Thompson

Ch. CHLOETELLE OF DACHSBOROUGH Carl & Candice Holder

Std.

GRANDGABLES AFRICAN SUNRISE MS Std. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

Ch. CHOO CHOO’S NITA V HOUNDHAVEN Terry Snyder

Std.

Ch. GRANDGABLES PHANCY TIGRESS MS Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

Ch. MERIDACHS CINDERELLA Std. Mr. & Mrs. William Sebring

Ch. CONISTON’S CINDERELLA Std. Nancy Bischoff

GRANDGABLES SNOW BUNNY Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

Ch. MERIDACHS LADY IGRAINE Std. Liz Tuttle

Std.

Register of Merit (R.O.M.) SMOOTH BITCHES Ch. ADD-SIM’S DAHLIA MS Min. Cyndy Senff & Marietta Singleton Ch. ADD-SIM’S DASH OF SPICE Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison Dual Ch. ADD-SIMS RITZI ROCKETTE MS CG CGC VC Cyndy Senff

BRAAEHAUS NEW GIRL IN TOWN Tim & Marilou Callison

Std.

Ch. CRISCROSS PRIMA GIRL Karen Worden

Min.

Ch. ENGLELONG HONKYTONK ANGEL MS Min. Sandra Golemb & Betty Adams Ch. FLEMING’S FOURSTAR CLASS ACT Catherine Johnson Ch. FRANESSA’S ANISE Edith Nelson

Ch. LADDLAND PUFF PASTRY Std. Cathy & Mike Blatz

Std.

Ch. LADDLAND PUFFIN’ STUFF Std. Kaye Ladd

Std.

GCh. LINDMONT’S PENNY SERENADE Michael & Maianna Smith

Ch. GEORGIA DACHS ALETHIA Std. John & Nancy Thompson Std.

Ch. LONGTIME’S RHAPSODY IN EBONY Cheri Faust Ch. LUCENE’S JULIETTE Jeanine A. Sudinski AM. CAN. Ch. LUCENE’S SCARLET ROSE Cherri G. Thomson

Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

St.

Min. Std.

Std.

63


Ch. MERIDACHS MAID MARIAN CD, CG Liz Tuttle

Std.

TOMBARS REAL HOT Min. GAL V JAGIE Barbara Flowers, Eric Henningsen & Patricia Ridgard

Ch. MERIDACHS ZERITA Elizabeth O. Tuttle

Std.

MIDERNOCHS MS GENNIFER Patricia Ridgard & Theresa Geoffrey

Std.

VALENHOFEN’S PROMISING DAWN Std. Ruth Martucci & Jennifer Holloway

Ch. NICK’S JULIANNE Audrey Nick

Std.

Dual Ch. VALONA’S HEAVEN HELP US Ruth Martucci

NICK’S RAVEN BEAUTY S Audrey Nick

Std.

Std. Ch. OLGA OF ROSE FARM Gina Leone Middings & Pat Leone Ch. PENNY CANDY V WESTPHALEN Peggy Westphal

Std.

Ch. PINEWOOD’S PRETTY PENNY MS Min. Elaine Hanson & Kristine Nielsen Ch. PRUITT’S ADDSIM PEACHE Std. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison Ch. PRUITT’S RAVEN Margaret Pruitt

Std.

Ch. RITES OF SPRING V WESTPHALEN Robert Palmer

Std.

Std.

Ch. VILLANOL’S DIANA Jean Carvill

Std.

Ch. VILLANOL’S RACHEL Jean Carvill & Faith Hoffman

Std.

Ch. VINDACHS DARK STORMI NIGHT E. Richard & Twyla J. Vincent VINDACHS ABBY GAIL MS E. Richard & Twyla J. Vincent Ch. VON LUCKNER’S DAINTY BESS John Beasley Ch. VON RELGIB’S IMAGE Ethel Bigler

Std. Min.

Std. Std.

Ch. VON RELGIB’S SILHOUETTE Std. Ethel Bigler Std.

ROSE FARM’S DEBORAH MS Min. Dan Harrison & Dee Hutchinson

Ch. VON RELGIB’S VISION Ethel Bigler

Std.

ROXANNA ROSE Margaret & James Pruitt

Ch. WHISTLESTOP’S KANDEE KANE SS Kandi Kostic

Ch. SANDAR’S APRIL DEN GRIG Min. Daryl Turner, Arthur Sanderson & Elaine Hanson Ch. SHAWDOX PAWS FOR APPLAUSE MS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison SUNRISE VALERIE MS Gloria La Tour

Min.

Ch. TAIL’S END PHAEDRA Louise McCarl

Std.

Ch. TANZEE’S JAKI S John & Mary Sheward

Std.

Ch. TIMBAR’S BOLD CHANCE Janet Wayock

Std.

TERRAVILLA’S A LITTLE WHOOPEE Diana MacPherson & Patricia Ridgard TIMBAR’S MAJOR BARBARA Janet Wayock

64

Std.

Ch. RAYDACH’S DO ME A FAVOR SW Shirley Ray

Std.

BISS Ch. RAYDACHS GREAT BALLS OF FIRE Shirley Ray

Std.

Ch. HOLLYDACHS BETSY ROSS W Lucy Moden

Std.

Ch. HUNDELEBEN UTOPIA SW Std. Carlos Puig Ch. LEGIBACH RAIN FOREST CRUNCH SW Gina L. Middings & Pat Leone

Std.

Ch. MANORIE DACH’S CLOUDBURST W Hal Biermann

Std.

Ch. MIDERNOCH’S WILD CARD W Charles Baris & John Hart

Std.

Std.

Ch. RAYDACHS MEERFRAU MELUSINA Shirley Ray

Std.

Ch. WESTPHAL’S WANDERING WIND Std. Dorothy Pickett & Mrs. Richard Lang

Ch. TARLYN’S LULLABY AT MINSMERE MW Azalea A. Alvarez

Min.

Ch. WALDMEER’S PICK THE DAISY Richard & Patricia Roder

Std.

Ch. SAYTAR’S LITTLE BOHANNON Mrs. Alan Robson

Std.

Ch. SIOUX’S HERMANN Sue McClelland

Std.

Ch. VANTEBE DRAHT TIMOTHY Std. Peggy Westphal

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.) WIREHAIRED BITCHES

Ch. WALDMEER’S ZANIE ZOE VON LINKS Std. Carolyn and Christopher Casoria

Std.

Ch. BROWNWOODS TOP DOT MW Roger Brown & Jerry Cerasini

Min.

Ch. BRUNSWIG’S XENOBIA MW Helen Schuh

Min.

Ch. B-SHIRS PUTTIN ON THE RITZ Min. Daryl Turner & Arthur Sanderson

Ch. CHRIS HARBOR’S JEZABEL MW Jim & Betty Christian

Min.

Ch. BARHAR MINNIE’S BOY Charles Baris & John Hart

Ch. CHRIS HARBOR STARLET MW Betty Christian

Min.

Ch. BARHAR TAKE ME ALONG Std. Lucy Moden

Ch. DEL PRADO’S BRAZO SKI GOODY Ann Bischel

Std.

Ch. DIAGRAM LESSA OF PERN MW Dianne Graham

Min.

Ch. BRAZOS SKI GOODY’S FAVOR James & Marie Sakoda

Std.

Ch. JON WIRE OF COJA Std. Jimmie Helms & Mrs. Julia J. Collins

Ch. DWAIN’S NEVER NEVER SAY NO John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

Ch. BRODNY SCHOOLHOUSE NIGHTGAME Fred & Carol Vogel

Std.

Ch. MIDERNOCHS SEXTUS WIRE Pat Ridgard & Diane Perry

Ch. ENGLELONG DUET V SCHWALBE MW Janet & Robert Schwalbe

Min

Ch. CANEBRAKE-DORCHESTER DANNY W Std. Dore & Chester Leiser

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Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.) WIREHAIRED DOGS Ch. BRODNY IT HAPPENED ONE NITE Fred & Carol Vogel

Ch. CHRIS HARBOR’S PATRIOT MW Betty Christian Ch. EJ’S TOP GUN MW Emma Jean Stephenson

Std.

Ch. PONDWICKS HOBGOBLIN Dee Hutchinson

DC HATHOR FARM’S WILD POPPY SW, VCD1 RN NJP NF TD NA NAJ ME EE Std. Jean Dieden

Ch. B’KNOLL DARK CRYSTAL V HESS Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Hess

Ch. CHARLAMAR’S NOAH W Charlotte Lee

Std.

Std.

Ch. WESTPHAL SHILLALAH Peggy Westphal

Ch. VON RELGIB’S STYLE Ethel Bigler

Std.

Ch. NONE SUCH GHOST OF A CHANCE Robert Fowler

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Min. Min.

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Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) WIREHAIRED DOGS

Std.

BISS Ch. BOOT HILL STEIGER V DOGWOOD Std. Alta E. Bassett & Rosemary P. Berardino


Ch. DOLLIDACH WALDMEER BLUE CHIP Sue McClelland

Std.

GCH. DAYBREAK’S AWESOME IMAGE W Std. Deborah Krieg GCh. DAYBREAK’S CLASSIQUE CRUISER W Std. Deborah Kreig Ch. FANCY THAT ANTHONY SW Std. Tonta McHale Dual Ch. HANS SOLO SCHWALBE JE Robert & Janet Schwalbe Ch. HERICHER’S PRIME CANDIDATE MW Jim & Betty Christian Dual Ch. I SPY MUTINEER W CD JE Selma McNamara Ch. JERIC’S DUDELDOOP W Lynn Cope

Min.

Min.

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Ch. JOYDACHS TOMBAR’S JOLTIN JOE Std. Joyce King, Jan French & Joy Perry GCh. KADELL’S BLACK GOLD W Std. Laura Reynolds, Catlin Cahill & James Cahill Ch. MEADOW DOX’S JP MORGAN SW Marguerite Susnis Ch. MELODY RUNS VAGABOND LOVER MW Ed Barringer

Std. Min.

BISS AM/ENG/IRISH Std. Ch. RAYDACHS TOM CRUSIN’ ON Chris & Anne Moore Ch. SANDAR’S TINY TALES MUNRO MW Sharon Jadich

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) WIREHAIRED BITCHES BONE-A-PARTS BABUSHKA Henry & Jan Winther

Std.

BONE-A-PARTS BAMBOOZLE Henry & Jan WintherC

Std.

Ch. BOOT HILL SACHETIN’ SADIE Std. Alta Bassett & Rosemary Berardino BOOTHILL TK CANDY BAR Ann & Otto Bischel

Std.

Ch. BRIERHILL JUBILEE W Tonta McHale & Lucy Moden

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Ch. BRODACHS SHADOWED BY ANGELS Std. Patricia Brooks, Diana MacPherson & Patricia Ridgard Ch. BRODACHS SHADOW DANCER W Patricia Brooks & Eric Brooks Ch. BRODNY SCHOOLHOUSE APPLAUSE Fred & Carol Vogel

Std.

Std.

Ch. BRODNY SCHOOLHOUSE EL Std. Judy Anderson, Fred & Carol Vogel GCh. DC CAMRIDGE LOVE IS BOREAS Gail Tutt & Tracy Olson CANEBRAKE ZELDA WIRE Frank & Monica Canestrini Ch. CHRIS HARBOR’S WIRE STRUDEL MW Jim & Betty Christian

Std. Std.

Min.

COPPERCREEK’S DE’JA’ VU EDITION Sharron B. Harlow

Min.

Ch. CORNUS RAILWAY VOYAGER Marie Hamake

Min.

Dual Ch. SUNRISE MAXIMUS Min. V RUGER MW Dawn-Renee Mack, Paul Knutson & Valerio Hernandez Colon

Ch. DAIQUIR’S GINGER SNAP MW Cookie & Glenn See

Min.

Ch. WESTPHAL’S TIMBER W Frank & Mary Castoral

FC DANIKA VOM NORDLICHT TD ME EE2 Cheri Faust & Larry Gohlke

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Ch. DAYBREAK’S AWESOME BLOSSOM W Deborah Krieg Ch. DAYBREAK’S PAINTED DAISY W Deborah Krieg

Ch. SAYTAR’S JUMPING JAKE FLASH Martha Bell & Shirley Ray

Ch. WESTPHAL TOMTEN OF BRODNY Fred & Carol Vogel

Min.

Std.

Std.

Std.

BISS Ch. WINDSWEPT’S CRAYZE FOR YOU SW Std. Shirley Ray

Ch. DAYBREAK’S WOODLAND BREEZE W Std. Debby Krieg Ch. DAZZLE’S NOBODY’S FOOL W Kenneth H. Levison

Ch. KADELL’S JINGLE BELLS W Std. James Cahill Jr. & Laura Reynolds Std.

Ch. DYNADAUX GIRL ON THE MOON MW Min. Cyndy Senff Ch. ENGELONG SHADY LADY MW Arlene Adams Grizzard

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ENTOURAGE SWEET-N-LOW MW Min. Judy Todd & Johanna Primeaux FAULKNER’S LORI OF ENGLELONG W Charlotte Lee GEORGIA DACHS MONICA W John & Nancy Thompson Ch. GEORGIA DACHS SUNSET W Jackie Donoghue FC GERTE VOM DORNENFELD JE John & Jolanta Jeanneney

Ch. JERIC’S WILD FLOWER W Std. Lynn Cope

Std.

Std.

Ch. KADELL’S ONLY IN AMERICA Std. Laura Reynolds, James Cahill & Catlin Cahill Ch. KADELL’S RAINBOW Std. IN THE SKY W Laura Reynolds, James Cahill & Catlin Cahill CH. KADELL’S SAPHIRA W Laura Reynolds, James & Catlin Cahill

Ch. KADELL’S WOODLAND ROSE Std. Laura Reynolds & James E. Cahill Ch. KELMIC’S HENNY PENNY WIRE Charles Froehlich

Std.

BISS Ch. KIDADA’S ZOE OF MANORIE Majorie O. Brooks & Georgia L. Bauer

Std.

Ch. LEGIBACH OVER THE RAINBOW SW Gina L. Middings & Pat Leone

Min.

Ch. GUNNSTOCK WHICH HAZEL MW Karen Lynn Gunn

Min.

Ch. MANORIE DACH’S RUFF WEATHER W Marjorie O. Brooks

Ch. HILLANDACH’S CHARLENE PRUITT Pam Fleming

Std.

Ch. MIDERNOCH DANCE UPON THE WIND W Diana MacPherson & Patricia Ridgard

Ch. HILLANDACH’S SO HELP ME HANNAH Pam Fleming

Std.

Dual Ch. I SPY AMERICAN MAID W TD Selma McNamara

Std.

Ch. MISCHIEVOUS SUNDANCER W Selma McNamara

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

Ch. RAGTYME WATERLILY Std. Lynn Blackbourn & Heather Jones RAILWAYS DEBUTANTE R. Hand & N. Bowen

Std.

Std.

Ch. LUHNAU KLEINER KIZZIE MW Min. Sandra Kreiger & Tara Kreiger DeSanto

Ch. GULLY FARM ENGLELONG BUG MW Mary West

Dual Ch. I SPY THE CARROT AT NI-KEL W TDX, OA, AKJ, NAP, NJP Jean Dieden & M.A. Klein

Std.

Std.

Ch. RAYDACHS LIL’ SURFER GIRL SW Shirley Ray

Std.

Ch. RAYDACH’S SIRENEN DER LORELEY Shirley Ray

Std.

Std.

Ch. JERIC’S DANIELLE Dan Harrison & Fran Colonna

Std.

Ch. JERIC’S MANDY W Lynn Cope

Std.

Std.

JERIC’S PUFF N STUFF W Lynn Cope

Std.

BISS Ch. RAYDACHS YOU QUACK ME UP SW Shirley Ray

Std.

Ch. JERIC’S TEXAS TWO STEP W Lynn Cope

Std.

DC RIVERCLIFF’S ROUGH AND REDDY MW RN SE CGC VC Min. Chris Schulke

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ROMANDACHS RETURN TO CINDER NW JE Rebecca Decker Ch. ROSE FARM’S HILDEGARD W Mrs. Albin Holder Ch. ROSE FARMS NANCY V BOONDOX Sheila Parish Ch. ROSETHORN CHIPPEWA MAIDEN MW Sheila Parish

Min.

Ch. VON SCHLEGEL’S LIL’ AGATHA MW Patricia Slagal

Std.

DC VSCHWABLE’S ETTA JAMES MW Robert and Janet Schwalbe

Std.

Min.

Ch. WALDMEER’S MS NOBB HILL W Richard & Patricia Roder

Std.

CH. SAYTAR’S EVER SO FAMOUS AT ALEGNA MW Min. Angela Lloyd Min.

SANDAR’S TISH THE SEASON Min. Robert & Sharon Jadich Min

Ch. SAYTAR’S BLONDE BOMBSHELL MW Min. Sharon M. Ehr & Michael Reed Am/Can/Intl Ch. SHORT SHADOWS DIAMOND IN THE RUFF JE Std. Carolyn Casoria & Christopher Casoria Ch. SIOUX’S HARD HEARTED HANNAH Alta Bassett & Rosemary Berardino

Std.

Ch. SOLO’S HARBOR MAYDEN W Std. Edna K. Martin Ch. SOLO’S MARINA W Debra & Robert Ingold Ch. STARBARRACK STAR SAPPHIRE Abe Puchall

Std.

Std.

FC ULRIKA VON MOSSBACH-ZUZELEK Larry Gohlke Ch. UNSERHUNDS DP BITTE LUCK W Mark & Nancy Eby

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Ch. WALDMEER’S RAGTYME BLOSSOM W Std. Lynn Blackbourn & Heather Jones

Ch. WHISTLESTOP’S FRANJELICA SW Peggy Susnis

Std.

Ch. SOUTHWOLD BRO RAT V USONIA W Sherwood W. Sackett

FC WILDSPITZ OF HATHOR FARM SW, CD RN TD NA NAJ NJP NFP ME Std. Jean Dieden

Ch. VON ABBSDACH’S TOBIAS MW Sue Abbs

Ch. WILLERHAVEN ANASTASIA Std. Kathy & Pat Willer

Ch. WHISKIE’S HI HO HENNEREE Ell & Barbara Clounch

Std.

Register of Merit (R.O.M.) WIREHAIRED DOGS Ch. ALEGNA’S AMERICAN EXPRESS MW Robbie Loyd Ch. BROWNWOOD ASSAULT OF STONE VALLEY Darcy Quinlan, Jerry Cerasini & Roger Brown Ch. D’KRIEGER DIGGER DEL WALDMEER Lynn Blackbourn

Min.

Min.

Std.

Min.

Std.

Ch. ENGLELONG WHIPPER SNAPPER MW Betty Adams

Min.

Min.

Std.

Ch. EZ GOINS OSCAR WIRE MW Robbie Loyd

Std.

Min.

Ch. ROEBUCK’S FUND W Peggy Westphal

Ch. EZ GOINS RIVER AT SAGERUN MW Carol & James Luetkens, & Danielle Goodland

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Ch. CORNUS ISABELLE Marie Hamaker

Std.

Ch. CROWE’S LILI MARLENE Don Smith

Min. Std.

Std.

Min.

Std.

Ch. WHISTLESTOP’S GUY WIRE Std. Lynne Allen Ch. WILHEEN’S KNIGHT WIRE Min. Constance Jones Ch. WYNDEL’S KNIGHT ON THE TOWN MW Pat Wynne

Std.

Ch. CRISCROSS CINDER V HAYWIRE William & Marcella Gemmell

Ch. KATANDRA’S CPL O’REILLY MW Betty Potts DC LACI’S SEAMUS HARPER MW RA TD AX OAJ AXP AJP CGC VC Cindi S. Todd

Ch. CORNUS ENDEAVOUR Kate & Gilbert Daniels

Min.

Min.

Std.

Ch. WYREPATCH’S CINDER’S V STEFRA Georgia Estes

Min.

Ch. FRIEDOX FALLING FOR YOU MW Barbara Friedman

Ch. WHISTLESTOP’S ELECTRA W Patricia Madsen

Ch. DRAKESLEAT MATT RIMONY Joella Maser

Ch. STONYVALE TEQUILA SUNRISE Rose Marie Ross & Ivy Frank Ch. THREESTEPS OPAL W Harvey Mueller

Min.

Ch. EZ GOINS WHEELER DEALER MW Robbie Loyd

Min.

Dual Ch. SADSACK THE CUPID CLONE MW TD ME VC Min. Lois Ballard

DC SANDAR’S WYRED FOR WESTROSE MWD, RN JE VC Julie L. & Robert L. Couch

Ch. EZ GOINS THE REAL DEAL MW Robbie Loyd

Ch. WALDMEER’S LOTTIE MS. CHIEF W CGC Kandi Kostic

Ch. SADSACK RELOKATE TO SHEDATEAR Min. Carolyn Sue Hauser

SANDAR’S SO SUE ME MW Daryl Turner & Art Sanderson

Min.

Min.

Ch. WYNDEL’S MICHELOB MW Min. Pat Wynne

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Ch. DE SANGPUR SPRITE Peggy Westphal

DOMINOS DOT TO DOT Roger Brown & Jerry Cerasini

Min.

Ch. DOMINO’S LIL’ PUMPKIN PATCH MWP Melissa M. Keshlear

Min.

DYNADAUX ME AND MAXINE MW Cyndy Senff

Min.

ENGELONG KISS ME KATE MW Min. Betty Adams ENGLELONG STARDUST MW Betty H. Adams

Min.

Ch. ENGLELONG URSULA MW Min. Byers Adams Dual Ch. EVITA V Std. EDELWEISS JE CGC Patricia A. & Gerald W. Price Ch. EZGOIN CELEBRATION STATION MW Robbie Loyd

Min.

Dual Ch. EZGOINS GATORATOR MW Robbie Loyd

Min.

Ch. BAR K NINE DIAMOND SPARKLE W

Ch. EZGOINS REBA MCENWIRE MW Robbie Loyd

Min.

Std.

Ch. DEVRIN A DARKSTAR TIFFANY W Std. Linda Sterling & Marge Brooks

Ch. EZGOINS GI JANE MW Robbie Loyd

BEDROCS WARRIOR PRINCESS RN Robin Mathews

Std.

BGCH. DC DHARMADACHS DLW PHOEBE SNOW SW Std. Sybyl Swan

WIREHAIRED BITCHES Std.

Min.

Min.

Min.

Ch. FANCY THAT CAROLINE SW Std. Joan Mattie

Ch. CEDARBEND’S SEA MIST Std. Brenda Bolay, Jeane Hartman & Barbara Waldkirch

GA DACHS ROSIES RED MAJESTY John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

Ch. CHRIS HARBOR DEBUTANTE MW Betty Christian

Ch. I SPY BE PATIENT BARB WIRE Selma McNamara

Std.

Min.

Min. Ch. CORNUS ANASTASIA Kate & Gilbert Daniels

Std.

Dual Ch. I SPY INTEGRITY W Selma McNamara

Std.


Ch. JAKE’S MASQUERADE SW Std. Nancy H. Sutphen JERIC’S ALEXANDRIA W Lynn Cope

Ch. LK’S EXTENSIVE DAMAGE MWD Lisa & Michael Young Ch. LK’S PANDEMONIUM Lisa & Michael Young

Ch. LOSTDOG’S YUBA W Ruth Martucci MERRI-KING LIL SASSY Betty Potts

Ch. PEGDEN’S MUSTANG SALLY MW Elizabeth F. Fuselier

Std.

PONDWICK’S PADSTOW PRIDE Gilbert Daniels

Min.

Ch. PRAIRIEDACHS MISKA MW Betty Potts

Min.

Ch. LK’S SHE’S ALL THAT MW Min. Lisa & Michael Young Ch. LOSTDOG’S AMAZING GRACE John & Nancy Thompson

Min.

Ch. ROSE FARM’S RUFFIAN W Std. Dee Hutchinson Min.

Min.

Ch. ROSETHORN LUCKY CHARM MW Sheila D. Parish

Min.

Std.

Ch. ROSETHORN NORTHERN LIGHTS MW Sheila D. Parish

Std.

Min.

Ch. SIOUX’S HEIDI VOM CHIKA John & Sandy Cave

Std.

Min.

Ch. SIOUX’S WISH UPON A STAR SW Sue McClelland

Std.

Std.

Ch. SOLO’S DISTINCTLY DINAHMITE Patti Nelson

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CH. JERICS CHINA DOLL W Std. Lynn Cope Ch. KANAWHA’S KIOWA MAID V BOONDOX Lynn Cope

MIDERNOCH GABRIELE DEL BAIN MW Sharon Bain

Std. Std. Min.

MIDERNOCHS RACHEL Std. Patricia Ridgard & Diana MacPherson

Ch. PRELUDE N EJ’S HANNAH’S ANGEL Christine Heitzman GCh. RAYDACHS BRANDY SHE’S A FINE GIRL SW Kristi Martin

Std.

Ch. ROSE FARM’S MOON BOW W Std. Dee Hutchinson

Ch. STARBARRACK MAIN COURSE SW Joyce Wilson

Std.

Ch. ROSE FARM’S MOON ROCKETTE Dee Hutchinson

Ch. TECKELWOOD MADONNA Kathleen H. Sahlin

Std.

Std.

Ch. VERDON’S ALANA MW Vera Falco

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WALDMEERS MS VICTORY V MEADOW DOX Marguerite Susnis WESTPHAL’S BERRY W Frank & Mary Castoral

Ch. STARBARRACK FANTASIA SW Joyce B. Wilson

Ch. RE:JOYCE BLYTHE SPIRIT SW Std. Joyce B. Wilson & Emily Wilson

Ch. VAL-JEAN’S BARBIE DOLL MW Min. Susan A. & William F. Buck, Jr.

Std.

Std.

Ch. WESTPHALS LUSH LIFE Std. O’BRODNY Fred & Carol Vogel Ch. WILHELMINA’S MYSTICAL MAN MW K. Joanne Tarby

Min.

Ch. WILHELMINA’S RONI MARONI MW Judith Baillis

Min.

Dual Ch. WINNY VON BOSER CD, ME Ursula Koch

Min.

The Top Producers and Register of Merit listings are compiled and maintained by Ann and Bob Wlodkowski. If there are any questions, changes or corrections, please contact Ann: rslepyholo@aol.com or call 704-843-5858 or write to 2710 Valley Farm Road, Waxhaw, NC 28173 will consider mandatory spay/neuter and breeder licensing recommendations at its meeting tonight.

Letters to and from the editor Hi Members and Subscribers! Another successful National Specialty! Thank you to all the hard working volunteers that make these special occasions possible. As Randy Eltringham said in her article “It takes a village...”. Let’s not forget to thank everyone that made this event possible again. If we are to continue in this sport we love as hobby breeders and exhibitors, we all must be acutely aware of the laws that are being passed in every state in the country that is impacting our rights to own dogs. Please, please keep abreast of developments in your area. These are a few recent examples listed on the AKC Government Relations Department site: ~~~~Palm Beach County (FL) Ordinance Would Strike Exemption for Hobby Breeders and Redefine “Pet Dealer” On September 27, 2016, the Palm Beach Board of County Commissioners will conduct a public hearing and final vote on proposed amendments to the animal control ordinance.

Although the proposed ordinance includes some positive provisions, certain definitions and amendments are unclear as to their meaning and interpretation, and therefore could have a negative impact on responsible hobby breeders and pet owners. ~~~~New Mexico: Santa Fe County Public Hearing on Breeder, Sterilization, Tethering Laws on Sept. 13 The Santa Fe County Commission is holding the first of two public hearings on Tuesday, September 13, on a proposal that would impact all dog owners residing or participating in events in the county. Those who reside or participate in events in the county are strongly encouraged to contact the committee, and if possible, attend the September 13 hearing. ~~~~Louisiana: Ouachita Parish Committee to Consider Mandatory Spay/Neuter Tonight AKC Government Relations has just learned that the recently-formed Ouachita Parish Animal Shelter Citizens’ Advisory Committee

~~~~Massachusetts: Committee OKs Bill for State to Regulate Owner-Breeders with 8 Female Dogs Senate Bill 2370 would allow for the creation of regulations for the operation of certain commercial and private kennels, establish consumer protection laws to cover the purchase of puppies in Massachusetts, expand criteria for inspections, and place limits on the purchase of animals for pet shop resale. From the Cavalry Group website: Animal owners and animal related businesses are under attack by those who seek to eliminate animal ownership and eliminate animal enterprise in America. It might be wise for all of us to consider supporting this group, they can help all of us. http://www.thecavalrygroup.com/ On a lighter note, thank you again to all the advertisers and contributors to the newsletter. We couldn’t do it without you. Check out page 99 - we’re running the discounted ads again for the winter issue of the newsletter. It’s a great time to advertise!! Any questions, just e-mail or call!

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BREEDER & KENNEL ADVERTISING DACHSHUND CLUB OF AMERICA, INC. – WEB PAGE ADVERTISING Exclusive and Affordable - personalized advertising of your Kennel name and your dogs through DCA’s website with direct public access from AKC’s Breeder Referral page.

Exclusive to DCA MEMBERS ONLY at an affordable annual rate. AKC Breeders of Merit are recognized with AKC LOGO next to your ad. Take advantage of this great opportunity! Ads are listed by State and limited to 40 words. Email and personal webpage addresses will have active links. Ads are activated within 10 days after receipt of Ad. Updates are welcome with Annual renewal which are mailed.

Start Advertising Today! Information Needed:

AKC Breeder of Merit

Yes

Coat Type:

Longhair

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Payment: $30.00 Annual Fee Checks must be payable to: Dachshund Club of America, Inc. Please send completed form and payment to: Jan Oswald, DCA Breeder Ads, P. O. Box 670, Cabazon, CA 92230 Questions? Email me at Darshandachs@aol.com or Darshandachs@msn.com For office use:

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Reba

TRIATHLON DOG OF THE YEAR 2016 WAS A TIE!

Wigeon

Congrats to Wigeon and Reba! hirteen wonderful and talented dogs with six awesome handlers participated in the DCA triathlon this year. The triathlon is a fun and exciting way for our dogs to enjoy the Nationals. There are five DCA “events” in the triathlon; Tracking, Agility, Earth Dog, Field Trial, and Obedience/Rally. Only the DCA events count (not the host club events) so it is REALLY HARD. Qualifying in an event earns points based on the difficulty of the level and placement. For example, Maters Earth Dog qualification earns more points than Junior Earth Dog, or a First place in the field trial earns more points than a second place in the same field trial class. To be a participant and earn a medallion a dog and handler must participate in three or more events. Even if they aren’t successful in qualifying in any event they are awarded a nice medallion for participation . . .let’s face it. . .the dogs don’t know the difference if they qualify or not, they just have fun! To win a Certificate of Accomplishment,a dog must qualify in three or more events. These dogs then are then judged on basic conformation and can earn up to three points. Champions of Record are automatically awarded three conformation points. The dog that qualifies in three or

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more events and accumulates the most points is awarded a beautiful engraved plaque and is the “Triathlon Dog of the Year”. Three of the thirteen participating dogs passed Master Earth Dog and two passed Junior Earth Dog. Seven earned legs in Agility and six earned legs in Obedience/Rally. Unfortunately none of the thirteen dogs qualified in tracking or field this year. After all the events were done, only three of the dogs were able to qualify in three or more. One was last year’s Triathlon winner, Bubbles (TC White Ridge Sparkling Star SL) owned by Deneice Van Hook who qualified in Junior Earth Dog, Veteran Obedience, and Master Preferred Agility earning 16 points. The other two dogs edged Bubbles out for the win by tying for first place with 18 points each. Ch. Keysown Mr. Smidgen of Wigeon RE, OA, OAJ, JE, BN, CD, CGCA, CA, RATN (Wigeon) owned by Leslie Keys qualified in Junior Earth Dog, Excellent Agility, and Novice Obedience. GCh. DC Obsession’s I’ll Take Your Heart SL, MX, MXB, MXJ, MJS, XF, T2B, SE, CGC, RATO (Reba) owned by Deneice Van Hook, qualified in Master Earth Dog, Masters Agility, and Rally Novice. Congratulations to ALL the participants and especially Wigeon and Reba!! We hope to see many more participants next year!! NOTE: Rules and point system for the triathlon are posted on the DCA website. Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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DCA Tracking Test 2016 Compiled and submitted by Trudy Kawami The 2016 DCA racking test was held on April 24 at Redding Farm, near Gettysburg, PA. The privately owned expanse of over 400 acres is set in a beautiful valley bearing relatively few marks of modern development. The owner C. David Redding is a careful steward of his family’s land that is not only used for numerous tracking tests but also by Civil War re-enactors. This year most of the fields were in hay, giving a lush green cover to the hillsides in April. It was easy to envision those pivotal days of battle that took place nearby in early July, 1863. The weather on April 23rd when the tracks were plotted was cool and overcast, and the night brought a light rain that stopped before dawn. The test day, April 24th, was clear and sunny with plenty of dew, but virtually no wind even later as the earth warmed. It was optimum for tracking. Judges Phil Gallagher and Sue Ammerman directed the track layers: Carrie Hamilton, Alice Moyer, Sue Snyder, Susan Douglas, Connie Fisher and Trudy Kawami. The first dog was on the line by 8:30. The 6 TD tracks and 3 TDX tracks had been filled by dogs from 4 states (PA provided 4 entries alone) and Canada. The TD tracks did not fill with Dachshunds, so one lucky Golden Retriever also got a chance. The teams were TD: Daniel Graham & Dachshund Jaeger Pamela Burns & Dachshund Lieder Kathleen Johnson & Dachshund Kurt Kristen Koch & Dachshund Vilijo Patricia Nance & Dachshund Shaki Bernadette Dougert & Golden Retriever Midas TDX: Alice Moyer & Dachshund Luke Patricia Nance & Dachshund Owl Sandra Hambrecht & Dachshund Frankie Four of six TD teams passed. Three dachshunds: Arrow V.D. Kristallquelle, aka Jaeger, (Wirehair Dachshund, male) owned by Melissa Graham, Red Lion, PA. FC Lieder Von Lowenherz ,(Wirehair Dachshund, male) owned by Pamela Burns, Millbrook, Ontario, Canada. Farah Shaki Slamon (Longhair Dachshund, Female) owned by Patricia Nance, Corning, Ohio. Golden Retriever: Midas Touch of Claussville (Golden Retriever, Male) owned by Bernadette Dougert. One TDX team passed: FC Alpine Owl von Dorndorf, TD, JE, NA, OAJ, (Longhair Dachshund, male) owned by Patricia Nance. Owl was also the oldest

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passing dog, having been born 6/10/04. The challenge of organizing a tracking test at some remove from both the chair and the secretary was made possible by the unstinting help of the tracking community. Tracking flags kindly lent by Hyattsville Dog Training Club (MD) and York County Dog

NATIONALS RESULTS FOR TRACKING, OBEDIENCE, EARTHDOG, RALLY AND AGILITY Training Club. Without their support, the test could not have happened. Most of the track layers were not Dachshund people, but kindly gave of their time to make sure we had a wellrun test. In addition Meredith Averitt (Met. Wash. DC) was fabulously helpful! Without her there would have been a very skimpy, not to say invisible, breakfast and lunch. As test chair and test secretary, Maryanne Santomauro and I know how much we owe all who helped. The test also benefited from the ubiquity of the Staples office supply stores that are open late and can print and copy anything at a moment’s notice. The combination of modern technology, a beautiful site with deep historic significance, and the brilliance of our dogs’ tracking ability made the 2016 DCA tracking test one to remember!

DCA National Earthdog Tests Beautiful mountain views greeted the 25 regular test entrants and 10 additional IQ entries at Bob & Sandy Patterson’s property in Donegal, PA after many had traveled down from the DCA Field Trials a few hours away. The weather was threatening, but thankfully only some wind gusts and a few showers developed during the day. The facility featured an equipment building with an outside covered shelter for gathering out of the weather. There

was plenty of room for parking including RV’s. Registration was set up inside and coffee, breakfast items and lunch were served in the building, also. The event ran smoothly, with everyone pitching in to perform the various chores such as Rat Stewarding and Gatekeeping. The dogs certainly enjoyed the experience and by the end of the day there were a total of 10 qualifiers! Intro to Quarry (10 starters) Judge Michael Dilley DC Kinder’s Impossible Pi BN RN JE Kathy Johnson Junior (starters) Judge David Loring-Brown Ch. Keysown Mr. Smidgeon of Wigeon RE OA OAJ CA RATN CGCA Leslie Keys TC MACH2 PACH White Ridge Sparkling Star CD RE MXG MJG MXP6 MXPS MJPS MJP5 MJPS PAX XF SE VC Denny Van Hook Senior (starters) Judge Constance Fisher FC T-Dachs Myrtle the Turtle ME Jamie Bonser FC Duchwood’s Chance Romance MS EE CA Alice Carter FC Duchwood’s EZ Breezy Covergirl MS ME BN NA NAJ Alice Carter Master (starters) Judge Patsy Leonberger FC T-Dachs Myrtle the Turtle ME Jamie Bosner FC Duchwood’s Chance of Romance MS EE CA Alice Carter FC Duchwood’s EZ Breezy Covergirl MS ME BN NA NAJ Alice Carter GCh. DC Obsession’s I’ll Take Your Heart SL MX MXB MXJ MJB XF T2B SE Denny Van Hook

Obedience And Rally Competitions Compiled and submitted by Karen R. Scheiner What a great week of performance competition. From Tuesday May 3 through Friday May 6, 2016, dachshunds competed in Rally and Obedience trials hosted by Dachshund Club of America (DCA) and Metropolitan Washington Dachshund Club (MWDC) The dogs were fabulous – even those


who didn’t qualify had shining moments! Friends coming together, year after year, not only for performance competitions, but also to gather and share training tips Year after year, exhibitors enjoy the opportunity to reconnect, taking a walk down memory lane. The 2016 National Obedience competition was held at the host hotel in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The prestigious obedience awards, High in Trial and High Combined, were both won by GOOSE CREEK’S LONGEST TALE ML UD (known as “Nathan”), owned and handled by Nancy Andrews, bred by L. Rowell. Qualifying dogs showing placements or “Q,” with handlers’ names, and breeders’ names follow. Congratulations to all participants, but most especially to those listed below!

Q, DC Obsessions Simply Brilliant SL AX AXJ OF, bred, handled and owned by Deneice L. Van Hook.

MWDC (Host Club) Obedience Trial Results

Q, Ch. Harlequin Philadelphia Freedom ML CDX RE MX MXJ OF CA, owned, handled and bred by Karen R. Scheiner.

DCA Obedience Trial Results

(Trial held on May 3, 2016) Open B: 1st Place: Goose Creek’s Longest Tale Ml Ud, bred by L. Rowell, owned and handled by Nancy Andrews.

Q, Ch. Harlequin Little Deuce Coupe ML CD RA MX MXJ, owned and handled by Michele Gabriella, co-owned and bred by Karen R. Scheiner.

Open A: 1st Place: MACH Harlequin Queen Continental ML CD RE MXS MJS T2B, bred, owned and handled by Karen R. Scheiner.

Q, FC Harlequin Jalyse Pandora V Dominos ML CDX RE MX MXJ XF CAA, owned and handled by Jamie Sexton; co-owned and bred by Jamie Sexton and Karen Scheiner.

Novice B: 1st Place: DC Sleepytime Positively A Princess ML CD RE NAP, bred by Susan Jones, owned and handled by Kathleen Knol.

Q, FC Jalyse’s Alora V Dominoes ML CA, RE, owned, handled and bred by Jamie Sexton.

(Trial held on May 5, 2016) Utility B: 1st Place: Goose Creek’s Longest Tale ML UD, bred by L. Rowell, owned and handled by Nancy Andrews. Open B: 1st Place: Goose Creek’s Longest Tale ML UD, bred by L. Rowell, owned and handled by Nancy Andrews. Novice B: 1st Place: (And 2nd High In Trial), DC Sleepytime Positvely A Princess ML CD RE NAP, bred by Susan Jones, owned and handled by Kathleen Knol. 2nd Place: Ch. Keysown Mr. Smidgen Of Wigeon RE OA OAJ JE CA RATN, owned and handled by Leslie Keys, bred by E. Engers. 3rd Place: FC Jalyse’s Lost On The Run ML RE BN AX OAJ OF CA, owned, handled and bred by Jamie Sexton. Beginner Novice B: 1st Place: Saytar’s Ember MS RA, bred by Michael Reed, owned and handled by Trudy Kawami. 2nd Place: TC Obsessions Ruff N Ready SL RN MXB MJB OF T2B2 JE, bred, handled and owned by Deneice L. Van Hook. 3rd Place: DC Briardach’s Lucky In Love RE SE, bred by Monika and Paul Martin, owned and handled by Deneice L. Van Hook,. 4th Place: Ch. Keysown Mr Smidgen Of Wigeon RE OA OAJ JE CA RATN, bred by E. Engers, owned and handled by Leslie Keys.

Beginner Novice A: 1st Place: Kochana’s In The Limelight RN, bred by Diane Poranski, and owned and handled by Lauren Gerloff. 2nd Place: Fancy That Hellodeah SW, owned, handled and bred by Joan E. Mattie. If a class lists only one qualifier, then there were no others to report. There were no qualifiers in Utility A or Open A.

2nd Place: FC Jalyse’s Lost on the Run ML RE BN AX OAJ OF CA, bred, owned and handled by Jamie Sexton. Beginner Novice B: 1st Place: TC Obsessions Ruff N Ready SL RN MSXB MJB OF T2B2, bred by D. Van Hook & R. Bermke, owned & handled by Deneice Van Hook. 2nd Place: DC Briardach’s Lucky in Love RE SE, bred by Monika & Paul Martin, owned and handled by Deneice Van Hook. Beginner Novice A: 1st Place: TC Obsessions Ruff N Ready SL RN MXB MJB OF T2B, bred by Deneice Van Hook & R. Bermke, owned and handled by Deneice Van Hook. 2nd Place: DC Briardachs Lucky in Love RE SE, bred by Monika & Paul Martin, owned and handled by Deneice Van Hook. If a class lists only one qualifier, then there were no others to report. There were no qualifiers in Utility B or Utility A.

DCA Rally Trial Results Q, GCh. DC Obsessions I’ll Take Your Heart SL MX MXB MXJ MXJ MJB XF T2B SE, bred, handled and owned by Deneice L. Van Hook.

(Trial held on May 6, 2016) Rally Excellent B: 1st Place: GCh. DC Saytar’s Jada Pink-It CDX

RE AX AXJ XF CGC, owned and handled by Maryanne Santomauro, bred by Michael Reed. 2nd Place: TC MACH2 PACH White Ridge Sparkling Star CD RE MXG, owned and handled by Deneice L. Van Hook, bred by Ronda Bermke. 3rd Place: Dayton’s Come Go With Me, owned and handled by Mary Bohach, bred by J. Dayton. 4th Place: MACH Harlequin Queen Continental ML CD RE MXS MJS T2B, owned, handled and bred by Karen R. Schiener.

Q, FC/MACH2 Harlequin Jalyse Chinook ML CD RE MXF CA, owned and handled by Jamie Sexton, co-owned and bred by Jamie Sexton and Karen Scheiner. Q, Ch. Keysown Mr. Smidgen Of Wigeon RE OA OAJ JE CA RATN, owned and handled by Leslie Keys, bred by E. Engers. Q, DC Saytar’s Corvina Von Salix CD RE OA CGCA OAJ, owned, handled and by Trudy Kawami, co-owned and bred by Trudy Kawami and David Kawami. Rally Excellent A: 1st Place: Saytar’s Ember MS RA, owned and handled by Trudy Kawami, bred by Michael Reed. Rally Advanced B: 1st Place: GCH/DC Saytar’s Jada Pink-It CDX RE AX AXJ XF CGC, owned by Maryanne Santomauro, bred by Michael Reed. 2nd Place: Ch. Harlequin Little Deuce Coupe ML CD RA MX MXJ, owned and handled by Michele Gabriella, co-owned and bred by Karen R. Scheiner. 3rd Place: FC Harlequin Jalyse Pandora V Dominos ML CDX RE MX MXJ XF CAA, owned continued on next page...

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and handled by Jamie Sexton; co-owned and bred by Jamie Sexton and Karen Scheiner.

Q, JALYSE’S Teddy Bear V Wilderness Run ML, bred, owned and handled by Jamie Sexton.

4th Place: FC/MACH2 Harlequin Jalyse Chinook ML CD RE MXF CA, owned and handled by Jamie Sexton, co-owned and bred by Jamie Sexton and Karen Scheiner.

Q, GCh. DC Obsessions I’ll Take Your Heart SL MX MXB MXJ MXJ MJB XF T2B SE, bred, owned and handled by Deneice L. Van Hook.

Q, MACH Harlequin Queen Continental ML CD RE MXS MJS T2B, owned, handled and bred by Karen R. Scheiner. Q, Ch. Harlequin Philadelphia Freedom ML CDX RE MX MXJ OF CA, owned, handled and bred by Karen R. Scheiner. Q, Dayton’s Come Go With Me, owned and handled by Mary Bohach, bred by J. Dayton.

Q, DC Obsessions Simply Brilliant SL AX AXJ OF, bred, owned, and handled by Deneice L. Van Hook. Rally Novice A: 1st Place: Ch. Briardach’s One For Luck, CGC, bred, owned and handled by Theresa Warner. 2nd Place: Re:Joyce New Star SW, bred by Joyce Wilson, owned and handled by Sara Zislin.

Q, FC Jalyse’s Alora V Dominoes ML, CA, RE, owned, handled and bred by Jamie Sexton.

3rd Place: Fancy That Hellodeah SW, bred, owned and handled by Joan E. Mattie.

Q, TC MACH2 PACH White Ridge Sparkling Star CD RE MXG, owned and handled by Deneice L. Van Hook, bred by Ronda Bermke.

MWDC (Host Club) Rally Trial Results

Q, Ch. Keysown Mr. Smidgen Of Wigeon RE OA OAJ JE CA RATN, owned and handled by Leslie Keys, bred by E. Engers.

(Trial held on May 4, 2016) Rally Excellent B: 1st Place: Ch. Keysown Mr. Smidgen Of Wigeon RE OA OAJ JE CA RATN, bred by E. Engers, owned and handled by Leslie Keys.

Rally Advanced A: 1st Place: Harlequin Chocolate Toblerone ML RN CA, bred by, owned and handled by Karen R. Scheiner.

2nd Place: Ch. Harlequin Little Deuce Coupe ML CD RA MX MXJ, co-owned and bred by Karen R. Scheiner, owned and handled by Michele Gabriella.

Rally Novice B: 1st Place: FC Duchwood’s Bristol Bounce MS CA, owned and handled by Alice Carter, bred by Sandra Russell.

3rd Place: TC MACH2 PACH White Ridge Sparkling Star CD RE MXG, bred by Ronda Bermke, owned & handled by Deneice L. Van Hook.

2nd Place: TC Obsessions Ruff N Ready SL RN MXB MJB OF T2B2 JE, bred, handled and owned by Deneice L. Van Hook.

4th Place: DC Saytar’s Corvina Von Salix CD RE OA CGCA OAJ, co-owned and bred by Trudy Kawami and David Kawami, handled by Trudy Kawami,.

3rd Place: Saytar’s Aces High, bred, owned and handled by Maryanne Santomauro. 4th Place: DC Duchwood’s Déjà Vu All Over Again ML, owned and handled by Jamie Sexton, bred by Sandra Russell. Q, GCh. TC Duchwood’s Tangled Web MS, bred, owned and handled by Sandra Russell. Q, FC Duchwood’s Ez Breezy Covergirl MS ME BN NA NAJ, bred by Sandra Russell, owned and handled by Alice Carter. Q, FC Duchwood’s Chance Romance MS EE, CA, bred by Sandra Russell, owned and handled by Alice Carter. Q, Jalyse’s Summer Crosscourt Winner, bred by Jamie Sexton, owned and handled by Cris Baldwin.

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Q, GCh. DC Saytar’s Jada Pink-It CDX RE AX AXJ XF CGC, bred by Michael Reed, owned and handled by Maryanne Santomauro. Q, MACH Harlequin Queen Continental ML CD RE MXS MJS T2B, bred by, owned and handled and bred by Karen R. Scheiner. Q, Ch. Harlequin Philadelphia Freedom ML CDX RE MX MXJ OF CA, bred by Karen R. Scheiner, co-owned by Karen Scheiner and Denise Dunkin, handled by Karen Scheiner. Q, FC Harlequin Jalyse Pandora V Dominos ML CDX RE MX MXJ XF CAA, co-owned and bred by Jamie Sexton and Karen Scheiner. handled by Jamie Sexton. Q, FC Jalyse’s Alora V Dominoes ML, CA, RE, owned, handled and bred by Jamie Sexton.

Q, FC MACH2 Harlequin Jalyse Chinook ML CD RE MXF CA, owned and handled by Jamie Sexton, co-owned and bred by Jamie Sexton and Karen Scheiner. Q, Dayton’s Come Go With Me, owned and handled by Mary Bohach, bred by J. Dayton. Rally Excellent A: 1st Place: Saytar’s Ember MS RA, bred by Michael Reed, owned & handled by Trudy Kawami. Rally Advanced B: 1st Place: GCh. DC Saytar’s Jada Pink-It CDX RE AX AXJ XF CGC, bred by Michael Reed. 2nd Place: GCh. DC Obsessions I’ll Take Your Heart SL MX MXB MXJ MXJ MJB XF T2B SE, owned, handled and bred by Deneice L. Van Hook. 3rd Place: Dc Obsessions Simply BrillianT SL AX AXJ OF, owned, handled and bred by Deneice L. Van Hook. 4th Place: GCh. TC Duchwood’s Tangled Web MS, bred, owned and handled by Sandra Russell. Q, DC Duchwood’s Déjà Vu All Over Again ML, bred by Sandra Russell, owned and handled by Jamie Sexton. Q, FC Duchwood’s Ez Breezy Covergirl MS ME BN NA NAJ, bred by Sandra Russell, owned and handled by Alice Carter. Q, FC Duchwood’s Chance Romance MS EE, CA, bred by Sandra Russell, owned and handled by Alice Carter,. Q, Jalyse’s Summer Crosscourt Winner, owned and handled by Cris Baldwin, bred by Jamie Sexton. Q, Jalyse’s Teddy Bear V Wilderness Run ML, bred by, owned, handled by Jamie Sexton. Q, FC Duchwood’s Bristol Bounce MS CA, bred by Sandra Russell, owned and handled by Alice Carter. Rally Novice A: 1st Place: Ch. Lutz Von Skaer Rato CGC, bred by B. Skaer & A Schmidt, owned and handled by Wendolyn Tetlow. 2nd Place: Re:Joyce New Star SW, bred by Joyce Wilson, owned and handled by Sara Zislin. 3rd Place: Ch. Briardach’s One For Luck CGC THDN, bred, owned and handled by Theresa Warner and Monika Martin.

2016 DCA Agility Trial Results Compiled and submitted by Karen R. Scheiner On Monday, May 2, 2016, dachshunds from across the country competed at all levels of agility at the fabulous Bella Vista Training Center in Lewisberry, PA. Results follow:


Standard Regular Masters 1st Place: MACH5 Lambda Henna Tattoo CD RE T2B THD CA RATO, handled by Laurie Trombley. 2nd Place: GCh. DC Obsessions I’ll Take Your Heart SL MXB MJB XF T2B, handled by Deneice Van Hook. 3rd Place: FC MACH 2 Harlequin Jalyse Chinook ML CD RE MXF CA, handled by Jamie Sexton. 4th Place: FC Harlequin Jalyse Pandora v Domino ML CDX RE MX MXJ XF CAA, handled by Jamie Sexton.

3rd Place: Lamda Popo Paloma MXP MJP, handled by Laurie Trombley.

Domino ML CDX RE MX MXJ XF CAA, handled by Jamie Sexton.

4th Place: TC MACH2 PACH White Ridge Sparkling Star CD RE MXG MJG MSPS MJPS PAX2 XF SE, handled by Deneice Van Hook

JWW Regular Excellent: 1st Place: Ch. Keysown Mr Smidgen Of Wigeon RE OA OAJ CA RATN CGCA, handled by Lesli Keys.

Qualified: FC Briardach’s Snow Angel Mags PAX MXP4 MXPB MJP3 MJPB CGC, handled by Karen Jones.

JWW Regular Novice B: 1st Place: FC Jalyse’s Alora V Dominos ML RE CA, handled by Jamie Sexton.

Qualified: Sharprees Caught a Dream CD RE AX AXJ MSP6 MJP6 PAX ME, handled by Cris Baldwin. JWW Regular Masters: 1st Place: MACH5 Lambda Redy to Rumba T2B TH, handled by Laurie Trombley. 2nd Place: MACH 5 Lambda Henna Tattoo CD RE T2B THD CA RATO, handled by Laurie Trombley. Standard Regular Novice B 1st Place: FC Jalyse’s Alora v Dominos ML RE CA, handled by Jamie Sexton. Standard Regular Novice A 1st Place: Cadium Aurinkosoturi, handled by Kriste Koch.

3rd Place: Baybreeze Special Toast To Old Grandad ML, handled by Carole Krivanich. 4th Place: GCh. DC Obsessions I’ll Take Your Heart SL MXB MJB XF T2B SE, handled by Deneice Van Hook. Qualified: DC Obsessions Simply Brilliant SL AX AXJ OF, handled by Deneice Van Hook.

Standard Preferred Masters: 1st Place: Re:Joyce New Star OAJ OF AXP, handled by Sara Zislin.

Qualified: MACH Lambda Tulla’n Along, handled by Laurie Trombley.

2nd Place: MACH Harlequin Queen Continental ML CD RE PAX MXS MJS OFT2B, handled by Karen R. Scheiner.

Qualified: FC MACH2 Harlequin Jalyse Chinook ML CD RE MXF CA, handled by Jamie Sexton. Qualified: FC Harlequin Jalyse Pandora v

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Qualified: Ch. Harlequin Philadelphia Freedom ML CDX RE MXB MJB OF CA, handled by Karen Scheiner. Qualified: FC Gashawker Luke Skywalker ML TD AXP AJP OFP, handled by Alice Moyer. Qualified: FC Briardach’s Snow Angel Mags PAX MXP4 MXPB MJP3 MJPB CGC, handled by Karen Jones.

Qualified: FC MACH2 Harlequin Jalyse Chinook ML CD RE MXF CA, handled by Jamie Sexton. Time 2 Beat Preferred: 1st Place: Re:Joyce New Star OAJ OF AXP, handled by Sara Zislin. FAST Regular Masters: 1st Place: GCh. DC Saytar’s Jada Pink-It CDX RE AX AXJ XF CGC, handled by Maryanne Santomauro.

JWW Preferred Novice B: 1st Place: TC Obsessions Ruff N Ready SL, handled by Deneice Van Hook.

2nd Place: Baybreeze Special Toast to Old Grandad ML, handled by Carole Krivanich.

2nd Place: FC Duchwood’s Bristol Bounce MS CA, handled by Alice Carter.

3rd Place: GCh. DC Obsessions I’ll Take Your Heart SL, handled by Deneice Van Hook.

Time 2 Beat Regular 1st Place: GCh. DC Obsessions I’ll Take Your Heart SL, handled by Deneice Van Hook.

4th Place: FC MACH2 Harlequin Jalyse Chinook ML CD RE MXF CA, handled by Jamie Sexton.

Qualified: Baybreeze Special Toast to Old Grandad ML, handled by Carole Krivanich. Qualified: Rudys Napolean Complex, handled by Joyce Smith.

FAST Regular Excellent: 1st Place: DC Obsessions Simply Brilliant SL AX AXJ OF, handled by Deneice Van Hook. 2nd Place: FC Jalyse’s Lost on the Run ML BN

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RE AX OAJ OF CA, handled by Jamie Sexton. FAST Preferred Excellent: 1st Place: FC Gashawker Luke Skywalker ML TD AXP AJP OFP, handled by Alice Moyer. 2nd Place: Ch. Harlequin Philadelphia Freedom ML CDX RE MXB MJB OF CA, handled by Karen R. Scheiner. FAST Preferred Open: 1st Place: DCh. Saytar’s Corvina Von Salix CD RE OA OAJ NF, handled by Trudy Kawami.


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Thanks to dozens of supporters

2016 DCA Has A Gettysburg Address BOV LONG & BEST OF BREED GCh. Leoralees Little Bit of Heaven @ JBS SL

DCA and MWDC Field Trials, Specialty Shows and Special Events By Randy Eltingham

BOV SMOOTH & BOS TO BEST OF BREED GCh. Joy-Dens Picture Perfect SS

To say “it takes a village” to offer almost two dozen national specialty events in a two week period – including tracking, field, earthdog, agility, rally and obedience trials; educational seminars; grooming seminars; hospitality events; raffles; a Dachshund Costume Contest; Metropolitan Washington Dachshund Club (MWDC) Host Specialty Shows; the Dachshund Club of America (DCA) National Sweepstakes and Specialty Show; and the culminating 2016 DCA Awards Banquet – is putting it mildly! What made it all possible and characteristic of the entire two weeks was the amazing camaraderie, contributions and volunteerism of dozens of MWDC and DCA members, families and friends. It was truly a community coming together to showcase the nation’s best dachshunds, breeders, trainers and exhibitors. So congratulations everyone, for a job well done! You’ve created wonderful memories for so many participants and dachshund fans from across the country and around the world! Following are a few of the highlights of this year’s events.

2016 MWDC and DCA Field Trials Wyoming Valley Beagle Club, Hunlock Creek, PA April 26-29, 2016

LONGHAIR BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX GCh. Leoralees True Grit at Heardachs

LONGHAIR WINNERS DOG Vintage Happy As the Day Is Long ML

LONGHAIR WINNERS BITCH/BEST OF WINNERS Dorae’s Front Page News ML

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The 2016 DCA and MWDC field trials were held at a new location: the Wyoming Valley Beagle Club in Hunlock Creek, PA. And that turned out to be a good thing because the grounds, clubhouse, meals and hospitality offered by the hardworking Wyoming Valley Beagle Club members and field trial officials and volunteers were superb. As described by Mike Nothstein, field trial secretary for both events, “the weather was a tease, but typical of most field trails – cold and wet on two days and cool and sunny on the others” – giving dogs and handlers perfect scenting conditions to enable excellent runs all four days. Since it was Springtime with lots of baby bunnies on the grounds, Lorraine Simmons implemented a new procedure: sending only 3 braces into the field at a time. This balanced the need for safety for the rabbits with the need for adequate numbers of beaters on the grounds – and thank goodness there were plenty of them. It also kept the handlers rested and ready to go, and the dogs from getting too hot, cold, wet or excited while they waited for their turn to track. And track they did! Because the grounds were in such excellent condition, well-kept paths and cover permitted great views of almost every run and made for easy releases which are so important for young dogs and new handlers just getting started in the sport of field trialing. This year’s trials were filled with smiles and entertainment with laughter often erupting … like when one puppy got tangled up in his release line which made him forget all about the bunnies … instead deciding to bring the release line back to his owner as if to say “Look what I found, Mom … is this ours?” And more big smiles came when two littermates ran for Best Open at the DCA trial… how good is that? And then there was Donder, a veteran dog who was a great challenger for younger champions … thank GOD for all the spotters north, south, east and west! If it weren’t for them, we might still be out there running after that crazed rabbit dog Donder. At the end of both trials, several dogs left as enthusiastic new field champions with their light bulb clearly turned on, and many others reached or exceeded the challenging goals set by their owners. And the best thing of all,


according to Phyllis Meseroll (DCA Field Trial Chairman), was when people came up and gave her a great big hug and said “Thanks! This has been the best field trial ever … I had so much fun!” That’s what it’s all about – having fun with friends who enjoy watching beautiful dogs that can hunt! “There is no better place to be than a field trial where you can get inspired as you watch your dogs learn from each other, oftentimes hunting as a pack, and then nail the trail,” said John Merriman, who served as one of this year’s judges. “It literally takes your breath away when you see amazing scent work unfold as you watch your dogs show you exactly where the rabbit ran, twisted, turned and disappeared into the ground. It’s just awesome – it gets you hooked forever!” And which dogs trialed best this year? The top ten field champions for 2015 were recognized at two DCA Awards Banquets this year – celebrating the truly amazing accomplishments of our most competitive and dedicated field dogs and handlers!

LONGHAIR RESERVE WINNERS DOG Briardach’s Yeager v Landd

2015 Top Ten Field Trial Dogs #1: GCh. DC Rellih’s Little Indian MW, TD, SE, CGC (Linda Snyder) #2: FC Longtime’s Tatanka Vom Nordlicht, JE (Cheri Faust & Larry Gohlke) #3: FC Danika Vom Nordlicht, TD, ME 332 CGCU (Cheri Faust & Larry Gohlke) #4: FC Longtime’s Copper Vom Nordlicht (Cheri Faust & Larry Gohlke) #5: FC Hidden Cedars Jango Bling (Laura Isaacson) #6: FC Seiko v Dorndorf L, TD (Tina, Laura and Anna Knoll) #7: GCh. DC Rellih’s Hopi Kachina Spirit MW, TD, JE, CGC (Linda Snyder) #8: FC Longtime’s Milo om Nordlicht (Rick and Jane Schwarz, Cheri Faust and Larry Gohlke) #9: DC Sagerun’s Keturah MW, JE, CGC (Patsy Leonberger) #10: FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya (Sherry Ruggieri)

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For this year’s MWDC and DCA National Field Trials, special shout outs go to all of our dedicated judges and field marshals, as well as those who took the entries, kept the winning records, coordinated the raffles, paid for and provided the ribbons and awards, took care of the safety and health needs of our handlers and dogs, and fit all those RVs, cars and vans into some very tight parking spaces, most noteably: Paul Martin (MWDC Field Trial Chair), Mike Nothstein (MWDC and DCA Trial Secretary), Phyllis Meseroll (DCA Field Trial Chair), Karen Jones, David and Lorraine Simmons, Meredith Averitt, Eric Pepe (who filled in to judge for Randy Eltringham when she had a knee flair-up), Denny Van Hook and our hard working gang of brush beaters and spotters – all of whom were needed for this year’s MWDC and DCA National Field Trial successes!

LONGHAIR SELECT DOG GCh. DC Walmar-Solo OMG SL, JE

MWDC Field Trial, April 26-27, 2016 Absolute and Best FC Dog: DC Hoppledach’s Ottowa v Sho Me, RN, CGC (Pamala Hopkins and Pamela Wells) Best Open and Best Open Dog: Credere’s Limited Edition (Patsy Leonberger) Best FC Bitch: FC Lykke von Lowenherz, SE (Laurel Whistance-Smith) Best Open Bitch: Ch. Kelkor’s Unsinkable Molly Brown SS (Pam Reed) Field Champion Dogs Judges: Eric Pepe and Carrie Hamilton Number of Starters: 29 1st DC Hoppledach’s Ottowa v Sho Me, RN, CGC (Pamala Hopkins and Pamela Wells) 2nd GCh. DC TownFarm Emmett Sweeps the Spotlight, JE, CGC, RATN (Cynthia Yeager) 3rd Ch. DC Rivercliff’s March King of Harmony Run MW (Robert & Judith Knight and Nancy Kast) continued next page...

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SMOOTH BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX GCh. Windyoak’s MS Budding Blossom

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4th FC Hoppledach’s Keokuk MS, ME, RN, CGC, VC (Pamala Hopkins) NBQ Ch. DC Shadach’s FourteenKGold Bullion ML (Dianne Sennett)

SMOOTH WINNERS DOG Bessdach The Boy Wonder of Rebel Land

SMOOTH WINNERS BITCH/BEST OF WINNERS Toskydox Falina SS

SMOOTH RESERVE WINNERS DOG Sunrise-XO Willy Wonka at Wittsend

Field Champion Bitches Judges: Tracy Freeling and Alice Moyer Number of Starters: 31 1st FC Lykke von Lowenheerz, SE (Laurel Whistance-Smith) 2nd FC Melwyn Underwing Darter LS, ME (Lorraine Simmon) 3rd DC Hoppledachs Eufalua v Sho Me ML (Pamala Hopkins and Pamela Wells) 4th Anja von Moosback Zuzelek, SE, RN, VA (Phil and Sherry Ruggieri) NBQ FC Rellih’s Hopi Kachina Spirit MW (Lynda Snyder) Open All Age Dogs Judges: Kathy Lockyer and Sherry Ruggieri Number of Starters: 13 1st Credere’s Limited Edition (Patsy Leonberger) 2nd Vhh Split Second v Chanson MWp, CGC, TDI (Kim Wimmer) 3rd GCh. Hoppledachs Guns Up! (Terri Mount and Pamala Hopkins) 4th GCh. Intruders Brace for Impact MW (Julie Holle, Donna Gimeno and Lorna Cleveland) NBQ TownFarm Poetic Garden (Michael Pitisci) Open All Age Bitches Judges: John Merriman and Michael Pitisci Number of Starters: 30 1st Ch. Kelkor’s Unsinkable Molly Brown SS (Pam Reed) 2nd Amtekel’s Simply Because (Lois Barry) 3rd Rot Sage Der Walder (Renee Bickar) 4th Blackhawk Little Wing @ Wilderness Run (Susan Jill Blake, Richard Gill and Bill Boler) NBQ Ch. Leoralees Sweet Home v Futrell SL (Marietta Singleton)

DCA National Field Trial – April 27-29 2016 SMOOTH RESERVE WINNERS BITCH Stardox The-Game-Is-Afoot Adler

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SMOOTH SELECT BITCH GCh. Leoralee’s Barstool Boogie

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Judges: Alan James and Laura Isaacson Absolute and Best FC Dog: CH DC Hoppledach’s Ottowa v Sho Me, RN, CGC (Pamala Hopkins) Best Open and Best Open Bitch: Stardox The Game Is Afoot Adler (K&J Simon and L&D Simmons) Best FC Bitch: DC Sagerun’s Keturah MW, JE, CGC (Patsy Leonberger) Best Open Dog: GCh. Stardox Skyfall BJB (Lorraine and David Simmons) Field Champion Dogs Judges: Alan James and Connie Fisher Number of Starters: 29 1st DC Hoppledach’s Ottowa v Sho Me, RN, CGC (Pamala Hopkins)


2nd DC Sho Me Hoppledach’s Diamond in the Rough, RN, CGC (Pamala Hopkins) 3rd FC Strolch von Lowenherz, SE (L. Whistance-Smith) 4th FC Harmony Hill Donder (Joan and Sandford Horskin) NBQ:DC Melwyn Dreamcatcher ML, BN, RAE, CD, CGC (Pa Warble) Field Champion Bitches Judges: Alan James and Laura Isaacson Number of Starters: 32 1st DC Sagerun’s Keturah MW, JE, CGC (Patsy Leonberger) 2nd FC Diamant Lily von Lowenherz (L. Whistance-Smith) 3rd FC Sylvan von Lowenherz, JE (L. Whistance-Smith) 4th DC Hoppledachs Eufaula v Sho Me ML, RN, CGC, VC (Pamala Hopkins and Pamela Swells) NBQ:DC Siddachs Carman MW, CGC (John Meriman and Sidney Stafford)

SMOOTH SELECT DOG GCh. Spellbounds You Go First

WIREHAIR BEST OF VARIETY GCh. Starbarrack ‘n J’s Sweet Dreams SW

Open All Age Dogs Judges: Connie Fisher and Vicki Spencer Number of Starters: 13 1st GCh. Stardox Skyfall BJB (Lorraine and David Simmons) 2nd Townfarm Poetic Garden (Michael Pitisci) 3rd Averdachs Full of It ML (Meredith Averitt) 4th GCh. Hoppledachs Guns UP! (Terri Mount and Pamala Hopkins) NBQ:GCh. Intruders Brace for Impact MW (Julie Holle, Donna Gimeno and Lorna Cleveland)

WIREHAIR BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX GCh. Daybreak’s Country Chic W

Open All Age Bitches Judges: Laura Isaacson and Vicki Spencer Number of Starters: 28 1st Stardox The-Game-Is-Afoot Adler (K & J Simon and L & D Simmons) 2nd Blackhawk Little Wing @ Wilderness Run (Susan Jill Blake, Richard Gill and Bill Boler) 3rd GCh.B CH TurningPt Hot As Blue Blazes (Randy and Pete Eltringham) 4th Ch. Kelkor’s Unsinkable Molly Brown SS (Pam Reed) NBQ:Insight’s A League of Her Own (Deneice Van Hook)

WIREHAIR WINNERS DOG Wyrepatch Burn It Down v Raydachs

WEEK TWO – The “Nationals” Excitement Continues! Monday, May 2, 2016 The first week of DCA and MWDC performance events set the stage for “more fun to follow,” beginning with hotel check-in, grooming, room set-ups and the evening Welcome Party at the Best Western Premier and Central Hotel Conference Center in Harrisburg, VA. The hotel was beautiful and spacious, and the staff went out of their way to provide hospitality support, food, beverages and customer service that got the second week of events off to a great start. Longhair exhibitors were particularly happy when the hotel manager saw the number of dogs who needed “hair drying,” and called in an electrician to add more power to the grooming spaces. Now, that’s customer service!! continued on next page...

WIREHAIR WINNERS BITCH/BEST OF WINNERS Wervest’s Miss Norway

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WIREHAIR RESERVE WINNERS DOG Wisteria Mr Mojito at Hundeleben MW

WIREHAIR RESERVE WINNERS BITCH Raydachs Hottest Ticket in Town

WIREHAIR SELECT DOG GCh. Del Prado’s Bar Code

WIREHAIR SELECT BITCH Ch. Dollidach’s Highledge Stonebay Psych W

Later that evening, dachshund aficionados from around the world enjoyed the kick-off Welcome Hospitality event in the hotel Atrium courtesy of MWDC. To make the evening extra special, Lisa Fisher provided chocolate dachshunds as prizes. Co-breeders, co-owners and co-competitors shared their excitement for the week’s event as they looked forward to what they hoped would be their best show ring performances ever. Monday was indeed a magic day which ended in the comfort of upstairs accommodations, where guests heard their alarm clocks ring way too early, setting in motion last minute grooming prior to taking their dogs into the ring at the first MWDC Host Specialty Show which was held in the main ballroom.

Tuesday, May 3, 2016 Master coordinators Cathy Kelly and Paul and Monika Martin, who worked tirelessly for nearly two years planning every detail of what was to follow, had the Welcome Table and Welcome Desk fully staffed and ready to go bright and early Tuesday morning for welcome bag distribution and catalog sales. Jane Mahaffy, Billy Gorodner, Randy Eltringham, Pam Reed, Michele Ferreira, Gayla and Gordon Stueber, Beth and Rick Ward and a team of hardworking welcome bag contributors and stuffers provided continuous logistics support and everything went off like clockwork. Raffle tables for MWDC, DCA and the Juniors were beautifully displayed by Monika Martin. And spectators could easily see some of the most interesting and beautiful items ever donated and acquired thanks to the hard work of Denise Siemssen, Kandee Kostic, Kim Ristedt and a small group of volunteers who made these raffles a big success. Georjan Bridger and her strong team of volunteers also staff the bustling DCA Sales Table. Very quickly, there was a rush on the beautifully designed 2016 “Gettysburg Address” shirts, chairs, and other collectibles. Throughout the week, there was a steady stream of shoppers who eyed raffle and sales items and walked away with a few more wonderful memories of 2016 DCA Nationals. In addition to raffles and sales, there were many vendors set up during the week who offered a wide variety of quality merchandise and photograhic services. The momentos they brought and the photos they took truly captured the 2016 Nationals experience. Many thanks to Tara and Joel Hartman for their hard work coordinating vendor presence and support. As eyes and attention turned to the first MWDC Specialty Show, the ballroom was a sight to behold. Rings were beautiful and spacious with plenty of primetime seating for spectators, including for those who purchased the specially embroidered chairs with the “2016 DCA Gettysburg Address” logo. Each ring was adorned by ring stanchions designed and hand-crafted by Connie and Gary Fisher, later to be used as center pieces on the DCA Banquet tables, along with sparkling red-white-and blue ribbons made by Randy Eltringham which gave each table some extra patriotic flair. Larry Sorenson’s public relations efforts with on-site help from Andy Kostic brought lots of media attention and local spectators who enjoyed watching some of the best dachshunds in the world be presented to well-respected breeder judges and former handlers of some of the top stud dogs and brood bitches in the history of the breed. Impressive details of their breeding programs and handling achievements were captured in judge’s write-ups in the 2016 DCA Nationals Show Catalog. As the first specialty show began, excitement filled the air. And as the week progressed, spectators and participants alike could see that the judges were having a difficult time making cuts in the classes and for Best of Variety because of the quality and impressive show records of the dogs in the ring. But eventually, cuts were made and the crowd agreed – this year’s winners were truly outstanding representatives of beauty and type. Winners and competitors left knowing they had much to be proud of as well as wonderful breeding opportunities that lie ahead. Following are the Specialty Show results.

BEST IN SWEEPSTAKES Stoneybrook’s Pocketfull of Sunshine

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MWDC Host Specialty Show #1 Tuesday, May 3, 2016 Inter-Variety Judge: Gail Yamaguchi Best In Specialty Show (BISS): GCh. Raydach’s Ride My Ducati SW (Adam and Madeline Peterson, Agnieszka Malecka and Shirley Ray) Best of Opposite Sex to BISS: GCh. Koradox Pramada’s Daffodil SL (Thomas and Margaret Peat) Best Bred by Exhibitor of Breed: Infiniti’s Picture Perfect v Leoralee MW (Liz Holle and Marietta Singleton) Best Puppy of Breed: Kinderteckel’s Paloma (Kristin Cihos Williams and Emalia Williams) Best Veteran of Breed: GCh. Insights Illusionist SL (Christine Taylor and Cynthia Geiser) Longhair Judge: Sue Ellen Rempel BOV: GCh. Leoralees True Grit At Heardachs (Catherine Martine) BOS: GCh. Koradox Pramada’s Daffodil SL (Thomas and Margaret Peat) Select Dog: GCh. Pramada’s Xavier with Jorddachs SL (Margaret Peat) Select Bitch: CH Our Gang’s Moonlight and Magic ML (Nancy Prouty) WB/BOW: Sky Spirit Utrennee Solntse, RKF (Amber Leonard) WD: Dachaven Mavericks Dream Catcher (Alan James) RWD: Manorville’s Trust In Me of St. Croix (Nancy Salk & Andra O’Connell) RWB: Treasuredox Gloriously Made @ Sandachs ML (Bobby Sandoval) Best Bred By Exhibitor: Baybreeze Mint Julep ML (Cassandra Williams and Maria Perez-Mera) Best Puppy: Danny Boy’s Heaven Sent Michael (Jane Coleman) Best Veteran: GCh. Insights Illusionist SL (Christine Taylor and Cynthia Geiser) AOMS: GCh. Kaycees Infineon at Doxhous MLD (Susan Gillings) GCh. Pramada’s Can’t Touch This With Dynasty SL (Margaret Peat) GCh. Dikerdachs Blake (Valerie Diker) GCh. Tam-Boer ‘n Tarlyn Silver Diamond of Karefor (Lena Tamboer and Tara Hartman) GCh. Dachshire You Got Me Nantucker SL (Rhoda Weinman) GCh. Corrbelle’s Fashionably Late Solo SL (Dan Burke)

BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX IN SWEEPSTAKES Amtekel’s Power Ball

BEST VETERAN IN BREED DC Stardox Twist and Shout, JE

BEST DUAL CHAMPION IN BREED DC Stardust N Windrose Magestic Blaze of Glory

BEST FIELD TRIAL DOG IN BREED: GCh. TurningPt Hot As Blue Blazes

Smooth Judge: Daryl Turner BOV: GCh. Leoralee’s Barstool Boogie MS (Robbie Addison) BOS: GCh. Minidogland Lincoln (Terry Carr Hall and Brenda Gardner) Select Bitch: GCh. Windyoak’s MS Budding Blossom (Elizabeth and Mark Johnston) Select Dog: GCh. TurningPt Southern Halleluiah Amen Brother (Randy Eltringham, Vickie Toye and Kelly Liller) continued on next page...

BEST BRACE IN BREED: Vintage Infiniti’s Picture Perfect v Leoralee MW & Leoralee’s Limitless MW

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BEST STUD DOG IN BREED Ch Testra’s Blizzard at Bedroc, CGC

BEST JUNIOR HANDLER Anna Cook with GCh. TurningPt Keeps Them Yankee Girls ‘a Wishin’

HIGH IN OBEDIENCE TRIAL Goose Creek’s Longest Tale ML UD

ABSOLUTE FIELD TRIAL WINNER DC Hoppledach’s Ottowa v Sho Me, RN, CGC

BEST BRED BY EXHIBITOR IN BREED Raydach’s Hottest Ticket In Town SW

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WD/BOW: Hidden Cedars Much Oblized for Sunrise-XO (Patricia Guthrie and Valerio Hernandez Colon and Gloria LaTour) RWD: Dufailloux Lord Magistral SS (Francoise Favier and Johanne Carre) WB: Toskydox Falina SS Sharon Lutosky) RWB: OC’s Love Me Tender MS (Robin Mousseau) Best Bred By Exhibitor: Toskydox Falina SS (Sharon Lutosky) Best Puppy: Kinderteckel’s Paloma (Kristin Cihos Williams and Emalia Williams) Best Veteran: Ch. Honeydachs Welcome Back Carter, JE (Cynthia Upton) AOMS: GCh. Barkerville Keyshia (Ted and Karen Brunner) GCh. Donegal Georgia Dachs Light My Fire (David and Stephanie Haas and Nancy Thompson) GCh. Bessdachs Jaguar Julilee (Marina Renee Lara and Garbriel Lopez) GCh. Spellbounds You Go First (Nicole Cooper) GCh. Kinderteckel’s Lancelot (Kristin Cihos Williams and Emalia Williams) GCh. TurningPt Hot Summer Night Dream (Randy and Pete Eltringham) Wirehair Judge: Gale Yamaguchi BOV: GCh. Raydach’s Ride My Ducati SW Adam and Madeline Peterson, Agnieszka Malecka and Shirley Ray) BOS: GCh. Raydach’s Catching Fire v Gleishorbach SW (Shirley Ray and Maria and James Sakoda) Select Dog: GCh. Starbarrack ‘n NJ’s Sweet Dreams SW (Mary Heywood and Sharon Johnson) Select Bitch: GCh. Raydach’s Playing with Fire v Gleishorbach SW (Shirley Ray and Maria and James Sakoda) WD/BOW: Treis Penheiros Jeffrey MW (Carlos Pedroso) RWD: Ex Sentia Devil’s Advocate (Shirley Ray) WB: Infiniti’s Picture Perfect v Leoralee MW (Liz Holle and Marietta Singleton) RWB: Raydachs Hottest Ticket in Town (Shirley Ray) Best Bred by Exhibitor: Infiniti’s Picture Perfect v Leoralee MW (Liz Holle and Marietta Singleton) Best Puppy: Infiniti’s Too Hot to Handle MW Liz Holle and Marietta Singleton) Best Veteran: GCh. Willowood’s with a Twist SW (Ivy Frank and Donna Maloney) AOMS: GCh. Rosethorn Globe Trotter (Sheila Parish) GCh. Leoralees Baywatch MW (Marietta Singleton and Barbara Lasater) GCh. Kadell’s Etched in Gold W (Laura Reynolds and Catlin and James Cahill) GCh. Raydachs Fire-n-Ice SW (Shirley Ray) GCh. Jeric’s Carolina Jasmine W (Lynn Cope)


MWDC Host Specialty Show #2 Wednesday, May 4, 2016 Inter-Variety Judge: Pat Taylor Best In Specialty Show (BISS): GCh. Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL (Christine Taylor & Carlos Puig) Best of Opposite Sex to BISS: GCh. Raydach’s Who Put the Fire Out v Gleishorbach SW (Shirley Ray and James Sakoda) Best Bred by Exhibitor of Breed: Pramada Koradox Daisy Dynasty SL (Margaret Peat, Tom Sikora and Lorie Hall) Best Puppy of Breed: Diagram Fate Steps In MW (Dianne Graham) Best Veteran of Breed: DC CH Stardox Twist and Shout, JE (Elizabeth Patterson and Lorraine Simmons) Longhair Judge: Pat Taylor BOV: GCh. Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL (Christine Taylor and Carlos Puig) BOS: Ch. Stardust’s Good Luck Charm, RN, CGC (Anne Schmidt) Select Dog: GCh. JT’s Kaycees Infineon At Doxhaus MLD (Susan M. Gillings) Select Bitch: GCh. Koradox Pramada’s Daffodil SL Thomas Sikora and Margaret Peat) WD/BOW: Vintage Happy As the Day Is Long ML (Virginia and Thomas Prentiss) RWD: Manorville’s Trust in Me of St Croix (Nancy Salk and Andra O’Connell) WB: Twelfth Night Curtain Call Still I Rise (Anne and James Carson) RWB: Pramada Koradox Daisy Dynasty SL (Margaret Peat, Tom Sikora and Lorie Hall) Best Bred By Exhibitor: Pramada Koradox Daisy Dynasty SL (Margaret Peat, Tom Sikora and Lorie Hall) Best Puppy: Vintage Happy As the Day Is Long ML (Virginia and Thomas Prentiss) Best Veteran: GCh. DC Lockshire’s Rembrandt SL, RN, NA, NF, NJ, CGC, VC (Thomas and Kathleen Lockyer) AOMS: GCh. Tam-Boer ‘n Tarlyn Silver Diamond of Karefor (Lena Tamboer and Tara Hartman) GCh. Dikerdachs Blake (Valerie Diker) Ch. Our Gang’s Moonlight and Magic ML (Nancy Prouty) GCh. Landd’s Stars and Stripes Briardach (Deedy and Larry Sorenson) GCh. Pramada’s Xavier with Jorddachs SL (Margaret Peat) GCh. Leoralee’s Little Bit of Heaven @ JBS SL (Jyl Scott and Marietta Singleton) Smooth Judge: Frances Roush BOV: Ch. DC Stardox Twist and Shout, JE (Elizabeth Patterson and Lorraine Simmons) BOS: GCh. Windyoak’s MS Budding Blossom (Elizabeth and Mark Johnston) Select Dog: GCh. Joy-Dens Picture Perfect SS (Joyce Warren) Select Bitch: GCh. Leoralee’s Barstool Boogie MS (Robbie Addison) BOW: Criscross Sunrise-XO Girl MS

(Patricia Guthrie and Valerio Hernandez Colon) WD: Barkerville Tennessee (Ted and Karen Brunner) RWD: Duchwood’s Little Loki MS (Sandra Russell) WB/BOW: Criscross Sunrise-XO Girl MS (Patricia Guthrie and Valerio Hernandez Colon) RWB: Passport Lollipop SS (Gavin Reep) Best Bred By Exhibitor: Bessdach Mystique (Marina Renee Lara) Best Puppy: Barkerville Tennessee (Ted and Karen Brunner) Best Veteran: CH DC Stardox Twist and Shout, JE (Elizabeth Patterson and Lorraine Simmons) AOMS: GCh. Barkerville Nelson (Ted and Karen Brunner) Ch. Kinderteckel’s Mufasa (Kristin Cihos Williams and Emalia Williams) Ch. Toskydox Wiccan’s Chemise SS (Sharon Lutosky) GCh. Dynadaux The Party Never Ends V Grig MSB (Elaine and Noelle Hanson and Cyndy Senff) GCh. Donegal Georgia Dachs Jedidiah, THDN, CGC (David and Stephanie Hass and Nancy Thompson) GCh. Bessdach’s Jaguar Jubilee (Marina Renee Lara and Gabriel Lopez) Wirehair Judge: Emma Jean Stephenson BOV: GCh. Rosethorn Globe Trotter (Sheila Parish) BOS: GCh. Raydach’s Who Put the Fire Out v Gleishorbach SW (Shirley Ray and James Sakoda) Select Dog: GCh. Starbarrack ‘n NJ’s Sweet Dreams SW (Mary Heywood and Sharon Johnson) Select Bitch: GCh. Tievoli Don’t Look Ethel MW (Sharon Ehr and Donna Starr-Gimeno) WD: Treis Pinheiros Jeffrey MW (Carlos Pedroso) RWD: Ex Sentia Devil’s Advocate (Shirley Ray) WB/BOW: Diagram Fate Steps In MW (Dianne Graham) RWB: Fransin Stracciatella Treis Pinhero (Francesca Cassin & Hugo Qvevedo) Best Bred by Exhibitor: Infiniti’s Picture Perfect v Leoralee MW (Liz Holle and Marietta Singleton) Best Puppy: Diagram Fate Steps In MW (Dianne Graham) Best Veteran: GCh. Raydach’s Playing With Fire v Gleishorbach SW (Shirley Ray and James Sakoda) AOMS: GCh. Leoralee’s Baywatch MW (Marietta Singleton and Barbara Lasater) Ch. Trabeiz Hundeleben Pocket Protector MW (Carlos Puig) Ch. Alegna’s Ruff and Ready MW (Tyler Mills, Erin Nesbitt and Angela Lloyd) GCh. Raydachs Catching Fire v Gleishorbach SW (Shirley Ray and Maria and James Sakoda) GCh. Jeric’s Carolina Jasmine W (Lynn Cope) continued on next page...

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2016 DCA National Sweepstakes Inter-Variety Sweepstakes Judge: Cheryl Sims Best In Sweeps: Stonybrook’s Pocketfull of Sunshine (Kathy Tiberii) Best of Opposite Sex in Sweeps: Amtekel’s Power Ball (Andra O’Connell) Longhair Sweepstakes Judge: Cheryl Sims BOV: Stoneybrook’s Pocketfull of Sunshine (Kathy Tiberii) BOS: Amtekel’s Power Ball (Andra O’Connell) Smooth Sweepstakes Judge: Nancy Thompson BOV: Toskydox Falina SS (Sharon Lutosky) BOS: Barkerville Tennessee (Ted and Karen Brunner) Wirehair Sweepstakes Judge: Robbie Lloyd BOV: Infiniti’s Picture Perfect v Leoralee MW (Liz Holle and Marietta Singleton) BOS: Treis Pinheiros Quid Pro Quo SW (John Cregor)

2016 DCA National Specialty Inter-Variety Judge: Connie Fisher Best In Specialty Show (BISS): GCh. Leoralees Little Bit of Heaven @ JBS SL (Jyl Scott and Marietta Singleton) Best of Opposite Sex to BISS: GCh. Joy-Dens Picture Perfect SS (Joyce Warren) Best Bred by Exhibitor of Breed: Raydach’s Hottest Ticket In Town SW (Shirley Ray) Best Veteran of Breed: Ch. DC Stardox Twist and Shout, JE (Elizabeth Patterson and Lorraine Simmons) Best Dual Champion of Breed: GCh. DC Stardust N Windrose Magestic Blaze of Glory (Christopher and Cynthia Day Campbell) Best Field Trial of Breed: GCh. CH TurningPt Hot As Blue Blazes (Randy and Pete Eltringham) Best Stud Dog of Breed: Ch. Testra’s Blizzard at Bedroc, CGC (Robin Mathews) Best Brood Bitch: Absent Best Brace of Breed: Infiniti’s Picture Perfect v Leoralee MW Liz Holle and Marietta Singleton) and Leoralee’s Limitless MW (Marietta Singleton and Suzanne Steele) Best Junior Handler of Breed: Anna Cook with GCh. TurningPt Keeps Them Yankee Girls ‘a Wishin’ (Randy and Pete Eltringham) Longhair Judge: Bob Wlodkowski BOV: GCh. Leoralees Little Bit of Heaven @ JBS SL (Jyl Scott and Marietta Singleton) BOS: GCh. Leoralees True Grit at Heardachs (Catherine Martine) Select Dog: GCh. DC Walmar-Solo OMG SL, JE (Kim Vidrine and Paula Carter) Select Bitch: GCh. Our Gang’s Moonlight and Magic ML (Nancy Prouty) WD: Vintage Happy As the Day Is Long ML (Virginia and Thomas Prentiss)

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RWD: Briardach’s Yeager v Landd (Monika and Paul Martin and Greg and Dorothy Cebula) WB/BOW: Dorae’s Front Page News ML (Nancy Colson) RWB: Treasuredox Gloriously Made @ Sandachs ML (Bobby Sandoval) AOMS: GCh. Lockshire’s Cash Only Please (Thomas and Kathleen Lockyer and Deneice Van Hook) CH Sleepytime Zero Hour ML (Susan and Johnny Jones) GCh. Tam-Boer ‘n Tarlyn Diamond of Karefor (Lena Tamboer and Tara Hartman) Ch. Briardachs Uncle Sam (Monika and Paul Martin and Janine Finnell) GCh. Landd’s Stars and Stripes Briardach (Deedy and Larry Sorenson) Vintage Happy As the Day Is Long ML (Virginia and Thomas Prentiss) Smooth Judge: Connie Fisher BOV: GCh. Joy-Dens Picture Perfect SS (Joyce Warren) BOS: GCh. Windyoak’s MS Budding Blossom (Elizabeth and Mark Johnston) Select Dog: GCh. Spellbounds You Go First (Nicole Cooper) Select Bitch: GCh. Leoralee’s Barstool Boogie (Robbie Addison) WB/BOW: Toskydox Falina SS (Sharon Lutosky) WD: Bessdach The Boy Wonder of Rebel Land (Susan Yates) RWD: Sunrise-XO Willy Wonka at Wittsend MS (Danny Witt) RWB: Stardox The-Game-Is-Afoot Adler (John and Keiko Simon and Lorraine Simmons) AOMS: Ch. DC Stardox Twist and Shout, JE (Elizabeth Patterson and Lorraine Simmons) Ch. Toskydox Wiccan’s Chemise SS (Sharon Lutosky) GCh. Minidogland Lincoln (Terry Carr Hall and Brenda Gardner) GCh. Barkerville Nelson (Ted and Karen Brunner) Ch. Add-Sim’s Nirvana At Sunrise-XO MSD (Patricia Guthrie and Valerio Colon Hernandez) Wirehair Judge: Eric Henningsen BOV: GCh. Starbarrack ‘n NJ’s Sweet Dreams SW (Mary Heywood and Sharon Johnson) BOS: GCh. Daybreak’s Country Chic W (Amanda Ferris and Deborah Krieg) Select Dog: GCh. Del Prado’s Bar Code (Ann Bischel and Michelle Bedowitz) Select Bitch: Ch. Dollidach’s Highledge Stonebay Psych W (Carol and Frederick Vogel and Dianne Kostic) WB/BOW: Wervest’s Miss Norway (Angela Lloyd and Vera Vestby) WD: Wyrepatch Burn It Down v Raydachs (Michelle and Jack Abel, Jr. and Shirley Ray) RWD: Wisteria Mr Mojito at Hundeleben MW


(Linda Holpuch and Carlos Puig) WB: Wervest’s Miss Norway (Angela Lloyd and Vera Vestby) RWB: Raydachs Hottest Ticket in Town (Shirley Ray) AOMS: Ch. Scoshire Famous Amos (Dwayne Early and David Borders) Ch. Icon I’m Hotwired Yernot (Dale Tarbox) GCh. Legibach Double Rainbow SW (Gina Leone Middings and Pat Leone) GCh. Raydachs Catching Fire v Gleishorbach SW (Shirley Ray and Maria and James Sakoda) Ch. Leoralees Its All About Me MW (Dr. Michael Tipple) GCh. Raydach’s Ride My Ducati SW (Adam and Madeline Peterson, Agnieszka Malecka and Shirley Ray)

Educational and Grooming Seminars

MWDC “Hysterical-Historical 2016 Gettysburg Address” Doxie Costume Contest For those who have attended DCA events over the past few decades, you know that MWDC is famous for its funny talent shows and hysterical-historical costume contests. This year, it only seemed fitting to offer one that combined a little Civil War history with costume fun as dachshund owners dressed themselves and their dogs up to compete in seven Civil War related costume classes: North Meets South – Northern Hipsters faced off with Southern Halleluiah Amen Brothers and Sisters Battle Tested – Dogs and Owners Were “Huntin’ for a Good Time” Let Freedom Ring – Studs and Bitches: How Far Did They Go? The Blues – “Four Score and Seven Years” … A Singin’ Swingin’ Competition for Dogs and Handlers who brought their own music to sing and dance The Greys – For “Older Than Dirt” Dogs and Handlers Red, Hot and Blue – For All Coats, Colors, Sizes and Sexes: Celebrating A Unified Dachshund Nation of Diversity The Gettysburg Address – As told by a Dachshund Civil War Hero

No DCA is complete without timely educational seminars and grooming seminars lead by our nation’s top experts, and this year’s events were exceptional. On Tuesday evening, Lynn Cope and Lorene Hogan presented seminars for those who wanted to improve their skills in grooming wirehair and longhair dachshunds. Attendees gained some wonderful new insights and left the seminar saying “So THAT’S why wires and longs look so flashy in the ring!” Yes, it’s a combination of natural coat beauty and grooming skill. Thanks, Lynn and Lorene, for being gracious enough to demonstrate their tried-true-and-tested grooming techniques, including how each tool helps sculpt the dog’s coat to highlight their conformation strengths and fill in discrepancies. For those who have been mentored by Lynn in years past, it is not uncommon for her to groom one side of the dog and have the owner groom the other side. Nothing like a little pressure to make owners notice every “hairy detail!” What a great evening! Also, on Tuesday evening, Trudy Kawami coordinated a “Tick Borne Diseases” seminar which was presented by Meryl Littman, VDM, VACIM. Participants learned the signs, symptoms and treatments for life threatening diseases carried by various types of ticks. So, whether you have dogs running in field trials or dogs just running in your own backyard, it is important to protect them with products that repel ticks and keep them from attaching to your dog’s bloodstream. Your vigilance and preventive actions can literally make a life or death difference. On Friday evening, Phyllis Meseroll coordinated a “Beating the Odds – Surviving Hemangiosarcoma” seminar presented by L. Ann Jeglum, DVM. Dr. Jeglum spoke on the devastating disease, effects and prognosis of Hemangiosarcoma. Phyllis shared her personal story about her dog, Marie’s, experience and the outstanding care she received which extended Marie’s life for several years. On Thursday evening, a Dachshund Bingo Benefit was held to raise funds for Hemangiosarcoma research. Thanks to all who played and made contributions to this very worthy cause.

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Esteemed judges, Navy Rear Admiral Steve Romano (who owns a perfect dachshund named Lucy), Field Trial Judge Phyllis Meseroll, and Conformation Judges Fran Colonna and Wally Jones had a tough time choosing 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th place winners in each class, especially when competitors stuffed money into their pockets and gave them one of their own dogs so they too could compete for bottles of wine, redwhite-and-blue star shaped candies, and plush dachshund war hero stuffed animals (complete with Civil War dog tags). Be sure to check out pictures of this year’s incredible contenders in this DCA National Showcase newsletter. You’ll see northern hipsters, southern belles, DCA “Hen House” madams, confederate war horses and heroes, patriots, hunters and our own 15-yr old grey faced John Singleton “Mosby” from Warrenton, VA, delivering the dachshund version of the Gettysburg Address. It was truly a night to remember! Congratulations to all of our winners and participants, including our juniors who pulled some amazing floats!

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Cinco de Mayo Party and Dachshund Bingo Benefit On Thursday evening, May 5, people around the world celebrated Cinco de Mayo, and so did we. As dachshund lovers descended into the hotel restaurant at 7pm, Monika Martin greeted them with miniature Mexican hats which got the celebration off with a bang! She, Marietta Singleton as the bingo “caller,” and a host of others with full-sized sombreros and Mexican garb cranked it up into full gear – fueled to a large degree by giant pitchers of Margaritas which kept the party going for hours. Even those who had already retired to their rooms could be seen singing, dancing and sharing a glass of cheer from windows overlooking the Atrium. While people were in such a happy and generous mood, a Dachshund Bingo Benefit event was held to raise funds for Hemangiosarcoma research. Both events were a great success.

DCA Ice Cream Social Over the years, it has become a tradition for DCA Board Members to serve ice cream to DCA National participants, and this year was no exception. Who doesn’t like ice cream? So, on Friday night, before the last day of showing, dozens of dessert lovers returned to the Atrium for ice cream and delicious toppings. For that very special evening, dieters agreed to stop counting calories knowing that their show clothes would most probably still fit in the morning – thank God! Besides, speed walking around the ring with their best dachshund movers would surely help burn off a few calories the next morning. Right? Regardless, it was a great way to relax before the national show concluded on Saturday.

2016 DCA Awards Banquet From the moment the DCA National Specialty Show concluded, exhibitors, vendors and spectators raced back to their rooms to get into their evening attire, for the DCA finale: the 2016 DCA Awards Banquet. Once again, friends joined together at large tables to celebrate two weeks of incredible competitions. The tables were beautifully decorated with ring stanchion centerpieces and patriotic bows that glittered in the evening light to help celebrate a “United” Dachshund Nation of Diversity. Before the dinner began, many paused for a moment of silence to be with Jerri Cerasini, Roger Brown and Dianne Graham, who lost their beautiful young black smooth dachshund named “Pilot” earlier in the week due to tragic circumstances. Our thoughts and prayers are still with them. As the banquet festivities began, Carl Holder, DCA President, officiated over the awards portion of the evening activities, along with Cathy Kelly, DCA Show Chair and Event Coordinator extraordinaire. Key volunteers were recognized as well as those who had worked all year to compile statistics and make every 2016 host and DCA event a success. Volunteers came from many different clubs, both inside and outside the National Capitol Region of Northern Virginia. Awards earned during calendar year 2015 were the highlight of the evening. They are captured in the DCA Awards Banquet Program thanks to the efforts of Ann Wlodkowski, Denny Van Hooks, Tracy Freeling and John Willmore. Awards and recognitions were presented to those in attendance. Carl Holder and Cathy Kelly thanked everyone for their dedication, countless hours of service and greatly needed financial support and other contributions. Although many people have already been mentioned above, special shout outs also go to those volunteers and contributors listed in the DCA Catalog and these additional MWDC members and friends for all their hard work – attending to the countless details that make things look so easy and flow so well: Meredith Averitt, Lisa Fisher, Karen Jones, Diane and Kurt Miller, Lena Tamboer, and Shirley Thomas.

Congratulations to Our 2015 Award Winners See page 50 Breeder Awards Longhair: Amber Leonard and Carlos Puig Smooth: Ted and Karen Brunner Wirehair: Patricia Romeneli and Carlos Pedroso DCA Versatility Certificates (VC) GCh. DC Serenity’s Playboy Prince, RN JE CGC (Patrice Baker, Wendy Snyder and R.J. Cooper) FC Hoppledach’s Lucas Paul, OA, OAJ, JE, CGC (Amy Ladew and Pamala Hopkins) Ch. Jerico Meg’s Little Sofia SS, CDX, RE, NA, NAJ, NAP, OJP, JE, CGC (Marguerite Weis) DC Hathor Farm’s New Attitude W, VCD1, RA, JE, CA, CGC (Marguerite Weis) Ch. Jagie’s Maltese Falcon SS, RN, NA, NAJ, SE, CGC (Marguerite Weis) DC Hoppledach’s Legacy from Rigel ML, RN, JE, CGC (Pamala Jopkins and Catherine Kalista) GCh. DC Rellih’s Hopi Kachina Spirit MW, TD, JE, CGC (Linda Snyder) DC Doxieville That’s Why Bentley at GRD MW, RN, ME, CAX, RATS, CGC (Dana and Denise Gehring) FC Hathor Farm’s Buffalo Gal MW, CD, BN, RA, ME, CA, CGC (Barbara Teigen) FC Duchwood’s Tally Ho Timothy, BN, R, SE, CGC (Rebecca Elliott) DC Briardach Laramie Pony Express, RN, JE, CGC (Karen Jones and Monika Martin) A special shout out goes to our Juniors, those listed on page 52 and those who competed all year long – they are our future! And thanks to all of you who are mentoring and providing them with outstanding examples of our breed to own and show. As we continue to watch them grow, we can see that our juniors are very dedicated and talented. If you watch closely, you’ll see many good “tricks of the trade” transferring through each generation. The DCA Awards Banquet ended with a hearty celebration and congratulations to all who won and all who competed. The leadership and sportsmanship this year – in every dachshund sport – was recognized as exemplary. And in a DCA continuing tradition, leaders from every dachshund sport hope this will continue as we look forward to more opportunities to volunteer and help make the 2017 Nationals in Kentucky a great success as well!

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The Dachshund Club of California June 30, 2016 AM Sweepstakes Judge: Mrs. Abbe R. (Gary F.) Shaw Sweeps Entry Numbers Longhair 2-1, Smooth 1-1,Wirehair 1-2 BOV Longhair Lockshire’s A Few Dollars More, SL BOS Longhair Ali’l Ak’s Money Talks At Xeralane BOV Smooth Kinderteckel’s Paloma BOS Smooth Kinderteckel’s Bellingham BOV Wirehair Birkendachs C.K. Dexter Haven BOS Wirehair Dorr’s Perrocima’s Tiffany, MW Best in Sweepstakes Lockshire’s A Few Dollars More, SL Best of Opposite in Sweepstakes Kinderteckel’s Paloma Breed Judge: Mrs. Nancy J. Perrell Total Entry Per Coat Smooth 4 - 6 (2 - 1) 1V Longhair 4 - 8 (5 - 4) 1V Wirehair 3 - 7 (6 - 4)

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The Dachshund Club of California June 30, 2016 PM Breed Judge: Mr. William (Bill) Shelton Total Entry Per Coat Smooth 6 - 7 (2 - 2) 1V Longhair 5 - 8 (5 - 4) 1V Wirehair 3 - 8 (6 - 4) LONGHAIR WD Lockshire’s A Few Dollars BOW More, SL WB Ali’l Ak’s Money Talks At Xeralane BOV GCh. Walmar-Solo’s IOU, SL BOS GCh. Corrbelle’s Fashionably Late V Solo, SLDach SELD Ch. Dachstar Total Solar Eclipse 145 In Leo SELB Ali’l Ak’s It’s Not About The Money At Xerlane SMOOTH WD Lucene’s Brutus Von Knudsen WB/BOW Kinderteckel’s The Dark Side BOV GCh. Windyoak’s Ms Budding Blossom BOS GCh. Minnidogland Lincoln SELD GCh. Kinderteckel’s Lancelot SELB Ch. Dollidachs Truffle Treasure Of Lucene WIREHAIR WD/BOW Birkendachs C.K. Dexter Haven WB Kadell’s Glitter Is Always An Option, W BOV GCh. Kadell’s Gold Dust,W

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Mission City Dachshund Club of San Antonio, Inc. July 13, 2016 Judge for Regular Classes 1st Show: Mr. Terry Stacy 2nd Show: Mrs.Jacqueline Stacy Total Entry 1st Show: 35 2nd Show: 34 LONGHAIR 1st Show: Rexstar’s Ivy League Snob 2nd Show: Rexstar’s Ivy League Snob BOV Longhair 1st Show: Rexstar’s Ivy League Snob 2nd Show: Rexstar’s Ivy League Snob BOS 1st Show: Ch. Dalton’s Dream A Dream 2nd Show: Ch. Dalton’s Dream A Dream SELB 1st Show: GCh. Lexus Tight FittIn’ Jeans SL 2nd Show: GCh. Lexus Tight Fittin’ Jeans SL

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Central Carolina Dachshund Club July 30, 2016 Breed Judge: Edmund Dziuk Total Entry Longhair - 25 (8-8-6-3) Smooth - 33 (10-9-7-7) Wirehair - 26 (9-11-3-3) LONGHAIR Sleepytimes Everythings Eventual ML Susan & Johnnie Jones WB Walmar-Solo’s Bless It At BOW Smoke Rise SL Kimberly Lanum & Kimberly Vidrine BOV GCh. Leoralees Little Bit Of Heaven @ Jbs SL Jyl Scott & Marietta Singleton BOS GCh. Leoralee’s True Grit At Heardachs Dr. Catherine Martine SELD GCh. Dikerdachs Blake Valerie Diker SELB GCh. Poulsteads Moon ShadowFaithful Light David & Sue Humphrey WD

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Minnesota Dachshund Club August 25, 2016 Sweepstakes Judge: Ms. Mary C. Murphy-East Sweeps Entry Numbers: 11, Coats Combined Best in Sweepstakes Roundabout Private Dancer (Wirehair) Dr. Travis Wright Best of Opposite in Sweepstakes Chazlyn’s Sir Percival Red Knight SL Inez Lazzari, Lynne Dahlén Breed Judge: Dr. Ronald I. Spritzer Total Entry 20 Smooth, 24 Wirehair, 17 Longhair LONGHAIR Chazlyn’s Sir Percival Red Knight SL Inez Lazzari, Lynne Dahlén Manorville’s Black Friday Mary A. Teigland & John B. Teigland. BOV GCh. Stonybanks Amethyst Sky At Chazlyn Lynne & Charles Dahlén BOS Ch. Clipper Lightning David & Mary Nickel SELD Ch. Clipper Robin Hood Barbara S. Hendley & David & Mary A. Nickel SELB Ch. Stardust Daisy Mae Von Skaer SL Barb Skaer & Anne Schmidt

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DACHSHUND CLUB OF AMERICA, INC. ANNUAL MEETING MINUTES May 5, 2016 Best Western Premier Harrisburg, PA The DCA Annual Meeting came to order at 9:05 with President Carl Holder officiating. Head Teller, Bob Wlodkowski reported there was a quorum present. Carl announced the Minutes Approval Committee consisted of Cindy Niles, Sandy Russell and Deedy Sorenson. Report of President: Carl Holder reported the ballot voting results for 2018 Conformation judges were as follows: Total number of Ballots Received: 144 Illegal Ballots: 0 Jason Walker 62 Diane Young-McCormack 61 Georjan Bridger 58 Adrian Woodfork 49 Dan Harrison 45 David Peat 40 Janet Schwalbe 38 Luis F. Sosa 36 The elected judges and their assigned coats are Jason Walker, smooth coats, Diane McCormack, long coats and Georjan Bridger, wire coats. Carl announced he had called AKC to get a clarification on the rule for Sweepstake judges exhibiting at shows connected with their assignment. Carl reported AKC refers to our 3 days of conformation as one event which includes any host shows. The Rules Policy Guidelines states a sweepstakes judge cannot compete at the event where they are judging and nothing owned or co-owned by a Sweepstakes judge may be shown during any of the conformation shows connected with the DCA National Conformation show. On the other hand, Carl explained, someone judging Juniors may show at the same event. A motion was made to rescind voting for our National judges by mail. With 51 “yes” votes and 74 “no” votes the motion failed. It was suggested since it cost approximately $300.00 to have the votes counted, we should consider electronic voting. Without objection we will give the process another year or two before deciding on a change. Report of Treasurer: Treasury handouts were available for members, but since Ken Levison was in the hospital, he was unable to give an oral report. Report of Delegate: Larry Sorenson reported on happenings at AKC. Some of the highlights were concerning dachshund registration, the new H.E.A.R.T program and various other AKC activities. He reported attending all AKC delegate meetings and participating in the

Parent Club Committee which is working on a Parent Club Self-Evaluation Program, CGC becoming an official AKC title, and having Parent Clubs list health concerns on the AKC Web Classified ads. Carl announced the Breed Standard revision wording did not receive AKC approval in time to be presented at this annual meeting. Jerry Cerasini and Kathy Locklear apologized to the membership for the Board’s failure to get the revision published in time to be discussed at this meeting. Carl explained the process consists of the revision being reviewed by the DCA Board then sent to AKC for its approval. AKC then sends it back to DCA with any suggested wording changes. The DCA Board then reviews the suggested changes made by AKC. If the changes are approved by the DCA Board, the revision is published in the newsletter. Publication of the revision must be 60 days prior to the Annual Meeting where the proposed changes will be discussed. Ballots are then made available to all members to vote on the proposed changes. DCA 2017 Report – Walt Jones invited everyone to Louisville, KY for DCA 2017. He shared photos of the venue and a schedule of dates. There will be no RV parking at the main site (unless a room at the hotel is rented) but RV parking with full hook up service will be available across the road at the Kentucky State Fairgrounds. He also stated the rings will be on carpet, not mats. LDC members passed out chocolate horse shoes. Good Sportsmanship Award – Jerry Cerasini shared the procedure for nominating a member for the award. Sponsors are asked to submit an essay to Jerry of 150 words or less explaining why the person is being nominated. Membership will then be given the opportunity to vote. The Good Sportsmanship trophy was shared with members. Sweepstake Judge Nancy Thompson apologized for having a dog entered at the show co-owned by her. She assured the membership the dog would not be shown. Diane Graham shared concerns involving Lafora, a disease found in some miniature wire lines coming from England. She reported there is testing available. She will be writing an article for the next DCA Newsletter concerning this. Ann Carson asked who gets notifications from the DCA bulletin board, and encouraged everyone to sign up. As of yet, no club or location has volunteered to sponsor DCA 2018. Meeting adjourned at 10:35 a.m. Submitted by Vicki Spencer, DCA Recording Secretary

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the single most important purchase that, over time, will dictate the success or failure of a breeding program. Why is this? The answer is simple. A bitch may only produce six litters, eight in a very busy lifetime. Compare this to the stud dog’s ability to sire two to four times that in a year. Her influence on her breed is softer and takes significantly longer to evaluate than that of the stud. It is also true that she will likely never achieve the fame and glory of a dog that can used at stud while simultaneously carrying on with a brilliant show career.

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owner and breeder, your foundation bitch will be the one that gives you your winners, your best advertising, and keeps reproducing herself year after year, and she is the one that will give your line its own particular look. Genetics aside, most breeders would agree that on a practical level the bitch is responsible for 60 percent (some suggest 75%) of the resulting puppies’ conformation quality, overall soundness, temperament and showability. Whole dynasties can be and have been built around the progeny and descendants of a single bitch. That is why she is quite literally called a foundation bitch. She is the one who built your kennel and will keep it alive through even the leanest years. continued on page 98...


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Buckeye Dachshund Club April 16, 2016 Total Number of Starters: 61 OAAD Starters: 9 Judges Mary Powell, Heidi Meyers 1st Wilderness Run’s Little Bear V Jalyse ML Susan Jill & Bethany Blake 2nd Hidden Cedars Hot Rod Lincoln Laura Isaacson & Gloria LaTour 3rd Jalyse’s Long Shot ML Jamie Sexton 4th Jalyse’s First Strike ML Jamie Sexton NBQ GCh. Caristeda Apple Jax’s Carbon Copy Terri C. Dickmann & Cheryl B. Holman OAAB Starters: 12 Judges Wendy Nugent, Sherry Ruggieri 1st Hidden Cedars Bookend Here MS Louise Gloria LaTour 2nd Blackhawk Little Wing @ Wilderness Run Susan Jill Blake, Richard Gill & Bill Boler 3rd Caristeda Peppermint Patti Terri C. Dickmann 4th Underft KB’s Thief Of My Heart Mary Powell & Alicia (Young) Thompson NBQ Jalyse’s Teddy Bear v Wilderness Run ML Jamie Sexton Field Champion Dog Starters: 23 Judges Vicki Spencer, John Merriman 1st FC Longtime’s Milo Vom Nordlicht JE Rick & Jane Schwarz & Cheri Faust & Lawrence Gohlke 2nd GCh. DC TownFarm Sweeps the Spotlight JE RATN CGC Cynthia A. Yeager

3rd FC Eliya’s Bear Witness at Wilderness Susan Jill Blake 4th FC Sleepy Hollow’s Buzz Liteyear L, SE RATN CGC Kathleen Newman NBQ DC Kinder’s Impossible Pi MS BN RN JE CGC VC Kathy Johnson & Jan DuBois Field Champion Bitch Starters: 17 Judges Patt Nance, Rick Schwarz 1st FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya CGC Sherry L. Ruggieri 2nd FC Harlequin Jalyse Pandora v Dominos ML CDX RE MX MXJ Jamie Sexton 3rd FC Seiko Von Dorndorf TD Laura, Tina & Anna Knoll 4th FC Apple Hill Digging Down Under MS NJP CGC Heidi Meyers NBQ FC Bry-Wyn’s I’ve Been Watching You MW Wendy Nugent Judges for Best Open/Absolute John Merriman & Wendy Nugent Best Open Wilderness Run’s Little Bear V Jalyse ML Best Field Champion/Absolute FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya CGC _______________________________

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1st Hidden Cedars Written N The Stars MS Gloria LaTour 2nd Jalyse’s Teddy Bear v Wilderness Run ML Jamie Sexton 3rd Hidden Cedars Bookend Here MS Gloria LaTour 4th Wilderness Run’s Black Bear V Jalyse ML Susan Jill Blake NBQ GCh. Donegal Georgia Dachs Light My Fire David & Stephanie Hass & Nancy Thompson Field Champions Dog Starters: 14 Judges John Merriman, Heidi Meyers 1st GCh. DC TownFarm Emmett Sweeps the Spotlight JE RATN CGC Cynthia A. Yeager 2nd FC Longtime’s Milo Vom Nordlicht JE Rick & Jane Schwarz & Cheri Faust & Lawrence Gohlke 3rd GCh. DC Rellih’s Little Indian MW TD SE CGC VC Linda A. Snyder 4th DC OC’S I’m Just Wild About Harry MS RN CGC RATN Corinne Gindroz NBQ FC Audi Oslo Von Dorndorf CGC CA Stan Knoll Field Champion Bitch Starters: 12 Judges Rick Schwarz, Vicki Spencer 1st FC Harlequin Jalyse Pandora v Dominos ML CDX RE MX MXJ Jamie Sexton 2nd FC MACH 2 Harlequin Jalyse Chinook ML CD RE MXF CA Jamie Sexton & Karen Scheiner 3rd FC Uta von Moosbach-Zuzelek SW Cheri Faust, Larry Gohlke & Jolanta Jeanneney 4th VSchwalbes Queen Of Naboo MW Mary Powell & Janet M Schwalbe & Robert Schwalbe NBQ FC Danika vom Nordlicht TD ME CGCU EE2 ROMX Cheri Faust & Larry Gohlke Judges for Best Open/Absolute Rick Schwarz & Stan Knoll

Bay Colony Dachshund Club May 22, 2016 Total Number of Starters: 36

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Best Open/Absolute Wilderness Run’s Little Bear V Jalyse ML Best Field Champion FC Harlequin Jalyse Pandora v Dominos ML CDX RE MX MXJ ________________________________

OAAD Starters: 7 Judges Eric Pepe, Wendy York 1st Ch. TownFarm Poetic Garden Michael Pitisci 2nd FC Jewel’s Rainxdox Perl Buttn Tux Monica Galley 3rd Lorica’s Tarlyn Set The Fire MW Jessica & Lorne Campbell 4th Beldach’s An American in Paris O’Siddach’s Jamie Bosner NBQ Ch. Shadach’s Fourteen K Gold Miner ML Diane Sennett OAAB Starters: 11 Judges Sanford Horskin, Karen Jones 1st GCh. Turning Pt Hot as Blue Blazes Dr. Randy & Capt. Pete Eltringham 2nd Leigibach Sparkle of Joy SS Susan and Eric Pepe 3rd Shadach’s Double Dart at BocoBeach Diane Sennet and Frank Klemovitch 4th Rot Sage Der Walder Renee Bickar NBQ TownFarm Garden Shop of Horror Michael J Pitisci Field Champion Combined Starters: 18 Judges Michael Nothstein, Carrie Hamilton 1st FC Duchwood’s Bristol Bounce ML Alice S. Carter 2nd FC Edelweiss Von Lowenherz, Gail E. Binder 3rd FC Harmony Hill Donder Joan and Sanford Horskin 4th FC Karefor’s Autumn Gold at Shadach Diane Sennet and Kathleen Rollins NBQ GCh. DC Siddach’s Carman MW GCG John Merriman Judges for Best Open/Absolute Michael Nothstein, Carrie Hamilton Absolute Ch. TownFarm Poetic Garden ________________________________

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THE QUEST continued from page 96 There is rarely a price high enough to buy this great brood bitch from the fortunate person who purchased her as an eight-week-old puppy from a breeder and has cared for and cherished her for all her years. The discovery of one or two beautiful young bitches that will establish your kennel’s breeding program as a predictable and successful entity thus becomes you first practical priority.

It’s Not That Simple Logic suggests that this should not be all that difficult. You simply find a bitch that epitomizes all the best attributes of her breed, buy her, and the rest is history, right? It is rarely that straightforward, however; and the dog game is littered with failed breeders who erroneously believed that a successful program could be built by buying up the daughters of top winners and breeding them to the most popular stud dogs of the day. In reality, the prettiest bitches are not necessarily the best producers, and some exceptionally lovely bitches never produce a puppy as nice as themselves. Other little plain Janes consistently produce better than themselves. And, the full sister of a ranked brood bitch may not produce offspring of equal quality. Some bitches have great looking puppies no matter which stud dog they are bred to. Some do well only when bred to a specific stallion or bloodline. Occasionally, some bitches will be written off early as poor producers simply because they have never been bred to the right stud dog for them. Others will simply never experience any real measure of success in the whelping box, ever. This does not mean that they are unworthy bitches and lack quality or breeding. Just as the vast majority of young dogs will never mature to be stud dog quality, not all young bitches are going to become brood matron material. While it is always worthwhile to breed high quality bitches a couple of times to see if they pass on their conformation, it is not a catastrophe if they do not. These bitches will give their owners years of competitive success and devoted companionship. They will have far more success as serious competitors in the show ring than they would as secondrate producers.

Love at First Sight The perfect foundation bitch obviously begins with superior conformation and breed type. But before that, there is the importance of what we will call “love at first sight.” Love at first sight is, I believe, a matter of instinct or intuition, or maybe both. If you are not immediately attracted to the bitch that you are looking at, you should probably not purchase her. Even if she is drop-dead gorgeous and just had a nice class win at her National Specialty Show, you

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may never fully appreciate her if you were not instantly struck by her beauty in the show ring. You may find as you watch endless older and younger bitches move in well-filled classes that your eye keeps returning to one that no one else seems to have even noticed. You may even try to make a concerted effort to look away, but you keep going back. Maybe there is a gentle honesty about her, a glint of humor in her eyes, or a certain intelligence you find highly attractive. Pay attention to this gut feeling. Whatever it is that draws you to her, is likely a quality that is really important to your feelings of what your foundation should be made of. It is wise to give her a second look no matter where she ends up in the class placements.

Assessing Foundation Potential Every breeder will have a slightly different blueprint in mind when describing the perfect brood bitch. But generally speaking, a good prospective brood bitch must demonstrate the qualities that are essential to your breed’s standard, be sound overall, of good temperament and free from genetic

weaknesses. The commonly heard refrain is, “She is too crazy to stay on the table or her allergies keep her from showing well, so we will just breed her.” It is a terrible recipe for breeding successful show dogs. It is even worse when speaking of the Labrador Retriever, which are universally valued for their health, temperament and freedom from genetic defect. If everything else about a bitch warrants her becoming a good breeding prospect, the effects of living with a head that is a bit plain, or with bone that is a little light, or a back that could be a tad more level, is not going to equal failure in the whelping box. Any one of these weaknesses, if it is minor, will be lessened by choosing a stud dog to breed her with that is highly favored for his correct head, substantial bone or rock solid topline. But in a business already fraught with risk, it hardly seems worth the trouble to start out with too many concessions in basic conformation in the hope that some stud dog will perform a miracle.

Is She Foundation Material Ideally, your foundation bitch should not only be a superior bitch with regard to conformation, she should also be as well-bred as you can

possibly afford. This absolutely does not mean popularly bred. Fame and fads sway the sport of purebred dogs as erringly as they do any other, and today’s hottest stud dog could just as easily become tomorrow’s untouchable. There is no question that certain bloodlines within any breed are known for passing certain desirable traits. Great producers frequently tend to run in families. If you find yourself consistently drawn to certain individual bitches, a look at the female line will probably uncover either a common grand dam or at the very least a common female ancestor in the fourth generation whose breed characteristics have proven themselves to be very prepotent. Some investigation will reveal which bitches consistently pass on the traits you want. If you are in the position of buying a young bitch, try to get one from a bitch that produces the kind of offspring you would like to bred and raise yourself. Always look at the grand dam, many breeders maintain that more often than not their puppies resemble their grandparents more closely then than they do their parents. Another reason to buy a young bitch from proven female lines is that many of the traits we most desire in our brood matrons are nonquantifiable. The ideal brood bitch is easy to breed, easy to carry and easy to whelp. She feeds her puppies well and has good maternal instincts that include being protective of her puppies without being overly aggressive toward her human family. Thankfully, most bitches enjoy raising their puppies, but the canine world still has its share of bitches with fertility problems and poor mothering skills. You will not know any of this about your chosen bitch, unfortunately, until she has actually produced a litter. If you examine her dam’s and grand dam’s breeding histories and find no reproductive or behavioral problems, you will be relatively safe. A bitch with a winning show record will always be a strong selling point for her puppies until a few of these are old enough to carry the torch for their siblings. These bitches are frequently very expensive, so the next best thing is to find a younger full or half-sister of a bitch whose bloodline and show record you admire. Although it can be frustrating having to wait for a young bitch to mature to breeding age, you can use the time to good advantage by showing her to her championship and possibly performance titles so that by the time you choose to retire her to the whelping box she will have a successful show record of her own. It is sometimes possible to find an older bitch whose owner has already kept good daughters to carry the bloodline into the next generation of an established breeding program. When convincing the owner of the strength of your good intentions, it will be helpful to have an idea of which stud dog you would like to breed to. Maybe you have access to a stud dog that the owner would have loved to have used if he had been available. continued on page 101...


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My Louisiana Adventure by Claire Mancha had the opportunity to go to Uncle Earl’s Hog Dog Baying Trials in Winnfield, LA this March. Now for those of you who are not familiar with hog dog baying, it is the use of trained dogs to corner and hold wild hogs through use of body and voice. This can be in the wild, hunting or in the arena, competing. It’s a long standing tradition in Louisiana and other southern states to farm wild hogs in the woods. Hogs reproduce so efficiently that now these feral hogs have become a real nuisance all along the southern coast line, inward through Texas and all the way up to Oregon and Washington. The dollar amount of damage these wild hogs do to crops and land is in the billions of dollars. For a great article on this phenomenon, read this article in the Scientific American: http://www.scientificamerican.com/ article/can-wild-pigs-ravaging-the-u-s-bestopped/ As in any dog/animal sport, there is a real pressure to end this one from the animal rights movement. There are organizations fighting for the right to “keep their way of life” of the hog hunters and bayers. No cameras were allowed in the bleachers and the only pictures were taken by a pro for resale and a videography unit who streamed it live on a private channel. All the southern states are having hog baying event troubles except Texas. Texas has over 1.5 million wild hogs. I just recently discovered that Canidae is marketing “fresh wild boar” meat kibble now. That might actually put a dent in the pig population. My purpose in attending this event was to compete with my dachshunds. I took by Russian bred bitch and met up with my friend Judy Gallamore in Dallas, Texas who has our Russian bred male, and off we went to what is touted as the Super Bowl of hog dog baying in the South. Nothing like starting at the top! It was my first time amongst hunting dog folk in the deep South and I was thrilled to find that people were kind and the dogs were great. Of course, by dogs, I’m talking about lots of types of curs, cross-breds of all sorts, plotts, lacies, pitties and pitty crosses, blood hound mixes, lots of catahoulas and even a couple of treeing walkers who looked like they could walk right into the show ring. These are big and powerful dogs who fear no hog. For a list of dogs used for real hog hunting read this article: http://www.huntwildpig.com/the-1-best-hogdogs-to-hunt-wild-boar/

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I was interested to hear that the people that actually use the dogs in a real hog hunt want dogs who stay 8 to 10 feet away from the hog, while the competition bayers want the dog to be in as close to the hog as possible. Only a very few dogs can switch from style to style, so many maintain separate kennels if they want to participate in both activities. I will say that the meat hunters looked down their noses at the competition dog folk. Same old, same old! The birth of the baying events was explained to me by a hunter who told me that whenever you get men together in a situation with dogs, the male competitiveness factor hops to it. Pretty soon you get “My dogs can bay harder, faster and closer in than yours” and a sport is born! I didn’t want to disabuse him about the women’s competitive gene! Ruble, the male dachshund, had been trained in the boar pens in Moscow and in Ukraine. This was not his first rodeo. My female has her fox championship but no boar that I know of. The news of the “wiener dogs” attending as competitors spread like wildfire all over the fair grounds. Judy and I were instant celebrities, and even more so when my Ruble showed himself up to the task. My female liked the terrier entry boar OK, but our two dog class boar was too much for her. The boars are softer for the puppy bay, the young and old entry and the terrier entry. They are much more active and aggressive for the single and two dog entries. Remember, this was the culmination and pinnacle of the year’s competitions with the best of the best showing up. If your dog did not get a perfect score, then you were done. All those with perfect scores compete again and again until the last one who emerges with a still perfect score is the victor. There are 5 judges who are placed in towers evenly distributed with a view of the arena. The dog starts with a perfect score and gets 1/10th of a point deducted for each “mistake.” Deductions came from looking away from the boar, sniffing the ground, spinning, biting the

boar for more than 3 seconds, and baying too far away from the boar. To learn more check out the Uncle Earl’s website: http://fullboarproductions.org/ A whole lot of competitors made it a point to come watch my dogs compete. It was just unusual entertainment for them, but in Western and especially Eastern Europe, the dachshund is an all ‘round hunting dog and this would have been completely normal. Not so much in Winnfield, Louisiana! So many people came over and told me that if Ruble had been paired with another one as prey driven as he, we would have been in the money. Which brings up another interesting facet of these competitions. Calcuttas! It’s all about the bet! Each class holds a Calcutta before it is held. This means that you have a fast talking auctioneer who auctions off each dog’s possible win for cash money. Some dogs get no bids; some get hundreds of dollars in bids. The house takes a percentage, but the rest of the money is divided up amongst the 5 to 10 highest placers of each class. The terrier class only had 33 entrants, but the single dog class had 181 entrants. The two dog class had over 330 entrants! Needless to say all this takes time. Unbeknownst to me, this event goes 24 hours a day until it is done. Our running time in the terrier class was at 3 AM!!! I did not bet on my dogs as I was pretty sure were weren’t going to get anywhere, but the process was sure fun. Interestingly enough, these events truly a family affair. Most of the competitors were families whose children are raised with the dogs and hogs and handle their own dogs as soon as


THE QUEST continued from page 98 If you happen to own a very nice stud dog yourself, another successful option is to lease the bitch you covet for a certain number of breeding seasons, and keeping one or two of the best puppies from each litter. If you feel confident in your instincts that something else will work, by all means take the chance, but back it up with thorough pedigree analysis to ensure the odds are in your favor. The research involved may sound like it is more trouble than it is worth, but compared to the trouble you are going to put into breeding, whelping, feeding, handling and marketing, it is well worth the effort. And there is nothing more discouraging than starting off with sincere enthusiasm and being faced with the difficulty of trying to sell disappointing puppies. they are strong enough to do so. As many women compete as men. The nights were for young people to court and the days were for the kiddos to come out and play and the early morning hours were for the hard core competitors. It was a real social event and people were busy mingling with their fellow sportsmen. Friday was puppy day, and all the breeders with sale-age puppies had them out on display. Young children were walking around with puppies in their arms and asking people to hold them and then did they want to buy one. I got suckered a few times but escaped puppyless. There was a brisk market for the dogs and most of the puppies were gone by the end of the day. The ones for which I heard prices were running in the $400 range which is I thought was quite a bit for a working dog in an extreme rural environment. There are baying dogs and there are catch dogs. The bay dogs only bay and hold the pig with body movement and barking (baying). The catch dogs do the more dangerous work and

catch (bite and hold) and bring the pig down so the hunter can kill the pig. This competition was for baying dogs only. Catch competitions are illegal. But, catch dogs are definitely still being used to bring a pig down in actual hunting scenarios. Sometimes male pigs are caught, cut and released. Meaning they are castrated so they can be eaten later. Uncut boar is inedible. Which allows me a sweet segue! No travelogue would be complete without a bit about the local foods. My first night there we were treated to elk burritos made by a mad chef who was there to compete in Saturday’s BBQ cook off. So good! I ate crawfish etouffee, crawfish boil with taters and corn, fried pies, gumbo, a fried catfish po’ boy and more fried pies. Oh Em Gee it was all so good. Our competitors were so friendly and helped us every step of the way. They warmly told us we had to come back next year. I think I will! I am hoping Ruble might play in some of the smaller, local “hog pen events” in Texas (hint, hint, Judy!) He really liked it! !

Address Potential Concerns Finally, have your foundation prospect examined thoroughly by your veterinarian not only for basic health and fitness, and freedom from disease, but for any potential breeding problems. A veterinary exam will make sure that her reproductive tract and ovaries are normal for her age and stage of development. If she is an older bitch that’s been bred before, a thorough veterinary exam is a must. Nothing is more discouraging than purchasing or leasing a nice brood bitch, only to discover that her uterus is so scarred from infection or whelping difficulties that her chances of maintaining a pregnancy are tenuous at best. Try to get a complete medical and breeding history on the bitch to see whether she has had any problems showing heat, conceiving and carrying a litter to term. These are necessary attributes for any brood bitch and all of these are legitimate concerns for any breeder. Sometimes, despite your best information and experience, you are going to wind up with a bitch that just simply doesn’t fit in your breeding program. When this happens, you have to be realistic. Cut your losses and sell her. If you are like most breeders, you are short on time, money and space, and the bitch will be a constant financial and emotional drain. There is incredible satisfaction in seeing a good bitch’s look stamped on her descendants and in watching their successes in the show ring mount as they mature. The pleasure is made more personal by the fact that each of your foundation bitch’s progeny is a special edition. Of course, the better the puppies are, the more credit the sire will likely get. But the breeder knows down deep that the youngsters are so very successful because of the quality of the lovely bitch playing with the children in the back yard. She will prove her value many times over throughout the course of her life. ! Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2016

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