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Dog News The Digest

Volume 29, Issue 43

Of American Dogs $5.00

October 25, 2013


Contents 10 Editorial

14 The Lighter Side of Judging: Reunions By michael H. Faulkner

18 A Different Perspective: Things Aren’t Always What They Seem By linda more

42 Connie’s Comments By connie vanacore

44 The New AKC Community Canine Title By sharon pflaumer

46 A Question of Identity By carlotta cooper

22 The Question Of The Week

50 Coast To Coast: Dawn Secord Tells A Story In Pastels

By Matthew Stander

By marsha hall brown

26 Brace Yourself: The Importance of Moderation

52 Montgomery County Weekend Through Devon Part I

By andrew brace

By desmond j. murphy

34 Bests Of The Week

54 Off The Leash: Back To Work & FDA Jerky Investigation

38 Ten Questions Asked of David Williams

By shaun coen

62 Main Street USA: Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club’s 78th Annual National Specialty

66 “Miss Virginia,” AKC Figures And More By matthew h. stander

70 Montgomery Round-Up Part II: Norfolk Terriers By barbara miller

78 Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever 2013 National Specialty By robyn haskin

80 The Gossip Column BY Eugene Z. Zaphiris

88 Click Del Valle Kennel Club BY remy smith lewis

92 Click - The Way We Were BY anna stromberg

96 Letters To The Editor

By deb shindle

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THE GRAYING OF THE SPORT Within the last several weeks a number of long time devoted and concerned people involved with various aspects of our sport either passed away or have become seriously if not critically ill. Many people at the Montgomery Terrier Show as well as the three days of shows held before were talking about the comparative lack of younger people getting involved in the breeding and the showing of dogs as well. For the longest of time now Delegates and Clubs have been discussing similar problems and while these pages certainly agree in part with some of these observations it would appear that within the ranks of the professional handlers there is a strong foundation of younger men and women anxious, willing and able to take the place of the older professional. All over the country the young professionals seem to be thriving and multiplying not just as handlers but as breeders as well. Just as many a professional handler has substituted themselves for the old breeders of the past the younger professional seems to be expanding as well. Whether or not they are active in their local Clubs is another matter. Do the local All-Breeds encourage these youngsters to take part in the inner workings of the Clubs or are they discouraged through power plays? Handlers with boarding kennels frequently have breeding kennels as well and here is where the new foundation must be nurtured and with whom existing clubs must learn to work and accept. These younger people are the hope for the future of our great sport. Times have changed and the monied breeder of the past is seen less and less frequently. AKC must develop programs for these people apart from the very able Junior Showmanship programs encouraged by some on Staff. AKC must work with young Veterinarians too as they should be developed into playing a prominent role in our sport as well. These pages strongly believe the opportunities for this kind of development are tremendous and must be encouraged on every level of our sport.

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Editorial October 25, 2013

EXTRA MONEY FOR SHOW GIVING CLUBS Certain show giving clubs are legitimately strapped for cash while others seem to fall back and decry the so-called economic conditions of the times. One would presuppose there is some truth in the poor mouth cries but when you go to a show and see not one single advertisement in the catalogue one has to sit back and wonder just where the priorities of the club itself fall. Do you remember the old days when catalogues were jammed packed with local ads? People would go out and beat the doors down to get local merchants to take an ad, which these pages believe is rarely being done today. Look at the catalogue for Greenwich for example filled with local ads. And what about adverts from breeders themselves? But of course this kind of advertising only works when the local club holds the show in its own venue. What’s the sense of beating the doors down when your show is not being held locally? What advantage comes to the local community-NONEZILCH-NADA. And even that should not amount to the club giving up trying to earn income from outside sources of revenue. Why there was a local steakhouse of a really high quality and expensive menu 5 minutes from the Tuxedo, Westchester and Somerset shows which was jammed packed four or five nights with dog people eating and drinking up a storm. If they aren’t ripe for an advert no one is! And what about encouraging spectators to come to your show with a little bit of outside doggy entertainment? Agility is a great come on but so is Heelwork To Music - Dancing With the Dogs. If this become the major event throughout the UK are you telling these pages some of our entrepreneurial types in this sport could not make a bundle for clubs providing this entertainment? Sure the easy thing is to go with the flow out of your area and hope for higher entries but should this be the true priority or should the emphasis of the true dog lover and owner be on promoting the dog through the development of a show in his or her local community? A PET OWNER OR A GUARDIAN OF THE DOG The New York Times in a fairly recent article titled DOGS ARE PEOPLE, TOO succeeded in re-raising this highly controversial issue to new heights of respectability. Initiated by classes at Tufts years ago and revived periodically by animal righters who have succeeded in getting certain law schools to offer classes on the subject a professor at Emory has reopened the contretemps to what these

pages consider to be new heights of ridiculousness. While all too many dog owners in America particularly consider dogs and other domesticated pets to be family members most have the good sense not to consider them to be human as well. The attempts to pursue the notion of changing the term pet owner began way before 1999 and hardly succeeds in promoting more responsible treatment of the dog. Indeed the AKC Government Relations Department has gone so far as to write that using the term guardian may in fact reduce the legal status and value of the dog. Both the AVMA and the Animal Health Institute agree with AKC in this interpretation. So why would the NEW YORK TIMES pander to such an article in this situation? Your guess is as good as ours but certainly one must question the motives of the newspaper. Is it more interested in selling papers than in presenting a truth or in fact is it in cahoots with the author of the book who is trying to get it off the ground? NATIONAL SPECIALTY REPORTS As many of our readers know we attempt to present as many National Specialty Reports as possible. We try to have them as impartial as possible but on occasion disputes arise as to the fairness of these reports. Rarely do problems arise although at least once a year a segment of one club’s membership challenges the motives of the writer of these reports. Recently these pages edited out for space reasons the winners of NonRegular Class Winners notwithstanding the fact that they were originally reported. Well Little Red Hen the roof fell in and believe it or not our editing was arbitrary and had no personal attributes whatsoever. Honi Sort Qui Mal Y Pense is our response. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK A particularly marvelous dog person died this past weekend after suffering for a long time from chronic circulatory problems. The person to whom we refer is the incomparable Constance M. Barton, who raised the standard of perfection in all aspects of our sport. Connie was a unique and unusual individual, a devoted mother and great friend to us all. She will be missed for sure.


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TheLighter Side

By Michael H. Faulkner

of Judging

Reunion

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he gathering of friends and former classmates is something I have intentionally avoided for the past thirty-five years. I personally find reunions to be somewhat sadistic. This ritual is inspired by and promoted by past prom queens, former jocks, and abused nerds who left, made millions and who desire to return to rub it into the faces of former classmates. If memory serves me well, there were approximately twenty-four students in the Friendship High School Class of 1978. I was neither a prom queen, a jock, nor a nerd---I was an independent, creative soul, who found great comfort in the company not of my fellow classmates, but rather in my dogs. In particular, my Golden Retrievers. “Oh, if only my thirty-fifth year reunion was with the dogs of my childhood, I would be a bit more motivated to make the eleven hour drive. Instead I am here, at 10:00 AM, Thursday morning trying to figure out what the hell I am going to wear and with whom I could possibly talk with when I get there. I am obsessing about how is BIG MICHAEL going to handle going to Bum W$(#)&*# Egypt for the first time, let alone to my class reunion as my life partner and as your father,” I announce to MURPHY FRENCH (our beloved French Bulldog) who sits on the bed, next to my black-ballistic-nylonrolling-garment bag. “Well, if the flashbacks become too painful, I am comforted in knowing there will plenty of liquor to drink,” I continue to share with MURPHY FRENCH, while simultaneously reviewing several printed Facebook communication pages from MEREDA, the class reunion coordinator, former friend, and the first girl I ever kissed. “Hey Mike! I am so glad that I found you on Facebook – you look healthy, and happy! We are fine, although it has been a tough year. We lost both of our Moms within five weeks of each other, leaving me the matriarch of the family! Looking forward to seeing one of the most talented people I knew in my past. Oh, since the attendance has been so up 14 Dog News

in the air, there is no set reunion schedule. We are holding the event at the Rod and Gun Club. You remember… the place where you had your high school graduation party.” “Oh, I remember all too well. Mereda’s mother and my mother were decidedly drunk and dancing together. Suddenly, they determined it was too hot. The two of them found a pair of Pinking scissors and cut their slacks off---above the knees--- in front of all my classmates. Lord, I was mortified then and mortified now at the thought of returning to the scene,”I quietly muse as I continue to read Mereda’s notes. “….it will be more like an Open House during the day, starting at Noon. People will come and go as they are able. We will clean up in the evening and attend the Afterglow part at the American Legion. I have been pondering the best way to handle food. I am thinking of making a crock of Texas hot sauce (my mom had the Wellsville recipe), and providing hotdogs, onions, and condiments…..I will also bring a dessert, side dish of some kind and paper products. I am going to ask that people bring a dish to pass and beverages of choice. As a long distance traveler, you and BIG MICHAEL can bring a snack food if you prefer. Oh, by the way, I totally forget you were my first kiss in Kindergarten and I have to confess that my first Middle School kiss was your brother Matt! Faulkner boys are always on the move! LOL! See you soon and be safe in your travels. PS – my phone number is (000) 000-0000 in the event the two of you need to reach me.” I stop reading and place the folded pages in Man Bag’s side pocket. With bags packed, I load VOLVO for a 1:00 PM departure and for BIG MICHAEL’S return from a quick visit to the chiropractor prior to the long journey. Waiting patiently, I attempt to reminisce. The OBE does not materialize. The collision of past and present causes too much self–reflection, measuring who I am, who I should have

been, and what my peers expected from me. Praying the reunion will offer vindication, my fears take over. I dread that past insecurities will be thrust into the present. Big Michael returns at 12:30PM. “Ya know, if you really don’t want to go, we can cancel the trip and stay home,” I politely offer. “Why on earth would we do that? I am so excited to finally see your hometown, meet your classmates, and to enjoy your reunion,” BIG MICHAEL graciously replies. “Damn, it would be so much easier if you were not so kind, accommodating, and wonderful,” I mumble under my breath. BIG MICHAEL, MURPHY FRENCH, and I depart Holly Springs at 1:16PM. I managed to drive the entire distance due to my anxious state of mind and due to the fact that BIG MICHAEL’S unsettling ability to eat, talk on the phone, and drive with his right knee sends me straight over the edge. At 11:48PM, we pull into my Mother’s (MISSJOANIE) summer cottage, located in the neighboring village of Belmont, New York. MISSJOANIE along with my stepfather and stepsister greet us upon our arrival. We enjoy a much-needed glass of wine and an hour of conversation before going to bed and before tomorrow’s class reunion. Reunion morning is spent trying on and taking off several items of clothing in hopes of finding just the right outfit. “I am looking for something casual, slimming, sophisticated, but creative,” I say to MURPHY FRENCH, who remains in bed, while I parade in front the full-length mirror that is attached to the back of the bedroom door. “OK, I want something flattering, comfortable, and appropriate for eating Texas Hot Chili Dogs at the Rod and Gun Club,” I laughingly share, while at the same time envisioning myself in a white wife-beater ?????, camouflage shorts, steel-toed work boots, and bright orange hunting cap. Instead, Jeans, black leather belt, black leather paddock boots and a black silk V-Neck T-shirt complete my thirty-five year high school class reunion attire. “Geez Louise, you look like Johnny Cash going to a funeral,” I could swear I could hear MURPHY FRENCH comment. I admire Continued on page 74


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THINGS AREN’T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM………..

A Different

PERSPECTIVE by Linda More

“…skim milk masquerades as cream…”

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ell that’s perhaps not exactly what the lyrics say but close enough. But wait, this is not a magazine about dairy products, so what does this have to do with dogs? Stated more directly, for us it could mean that when we look at dogs from ringside, and even sometimes from inside the ring, or in the backyard, what we see is influenced by a number of factors besides our own eyesight, and whether we are ringside spectators, breeders or judges, we need to always keep that in mind. Some things are obvious impediments to accurate observation. Recently a fellow judge shared some musings – which led to this article - following a large outdoor show where he watched two breeds with which he is very experienced. Both breeds are described in their respective standards as being square overall, yet many dogs appeared to him to be suffering from the unfortunately common problem in too many breeds these days, of long and low. But the judge recognized that the grass in the rings might well play a part in camouflaging the true proportions of the dogs, and gave that due consideration in questioning his observations. Whether a breed is desired to be square, or slightly longer than tall, or more rectangular, or whatever, we know that it is possible that a dog can be too long and/or too short legged for that breed. A dog that is too long will have too much length in body, or back, often resulting from being too long coupled, or too long in loin, for that breed – frequently but not always paired with too short a rib cage. A dog that is short legged for its breed has legs that are shorter in proportion to the rest of the animal, than what the breed standard wants. Now we dog people who have hung around conformation shows for years usually trust our eyes to tell us what a dog is like in overall proportion and balance, without necessarily examining said dog “up close and personal.” Should we always trust what we see? My original breed, the Shetland Sheepdog, is of the same approximate size range as the two breeds my fellow judge watched, with the majority of dogs falling in the roughly 14-16” height range. The standard for the Sheltie states that the “elbow joint should be equidistant from the ground and from the withers.” In other words, the front legs from ground to elbow, should be half the overall

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Am. & Can. GCh. Wolf Creek Galaxy Of Merivern The Number One German Shepherd Dog in the US* Three quarters of the way through the year “Galaxy” remains firmly atop the GSD breed and all-breed rankings with 11 Bests in Show and 53 Group wins through the end of September. Pictured being awarded Best in Show by Judge Mr. Christopher Moore at the Steel Valley Cluster in Canfield, Ohio. Thank you to all who have recognized Galaxy and made this possible!

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Do you think AKC should rotate MEET THE BREEDS throughout the country or continue to support it annually in New York City? elliott weiss For sure it should be moved around the country. Lynn Worth Smith I think it would be beneficial for AKC -- and purebred dogs -- to have Meet the Breeds travel around the country -- as well as in New York City. Jim Smith ROTATE........... Meet the Breeds does generate the warm fuzzy feeling that does us no harm, however, I know two parent club breeder referral chairs that will tell you they cannot verify a single inquiry that was as a direct result of MTB over all these years.

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Thomas M. Davies I don’t think it has to be one or the other. The New York event appears to have been a great success in the years it has been held. I also think that it is important to hold a “Meet the Breeds” event in major metropolitan areas around the country. Perhaps in one other city each year to start, rotating about the country. We must get our message about the advantages of pure bred dogs to the dog loving general public. Peggy Wampold has organized a similar, albeit less structured, event for the last 20 years in Hartford, CT, with great success. Chuck Winslow I think that the positive response, the media attention and the great amount of good will that Meet the Breeds generated in New York is sensational. It is hard to imagine that this can be duplicated in very many other cities what with the huge audience of Dog Enthusiasts that exists in NYC and sharing the venue with the Cat Show, but this enormous goodwill for the Purebred Dog is so important at this very moment that every dog club should jump on this bandwagon. Reliant Cluster set this program up with a totally different format but had a huge turnout for their version of Meet the Breeds. Make it work for your own show and city.

Pat Scully Using the successful New York City model, “Meet the Breeds” should rotate nationally to large cities throughout the country. This would give The American Kennel Club much needed positive nationwide publicity and recognition. This could be an invaluable educational opportunity for the general public. It would also allow the members of our fancy throughout the country to showcase their breeds. Dates should be selected that are not in conflict with other nearby AKC events. Rotating “Meet the Breeds” nationally should be cost effective and feasible. 22 Dog News

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Dr. John Ioia, MD, PhD Meet the Breeds NYC has been one of the great successes of AKC Public Outreach. I would not scrap the flagship but add an additional MTB at other major cities on a rotating basis. It must be remembered that the New York success has been due to the concentration and support of clubs in the Metropolitan Area. While it would be wonderful to expand and rotate this about the country, it may not be possible without significant club involvement. Marjorie McTernan AKC should poll the BREED clubs to hear what they have to say. They pay the bills and supply members to work at the booths. New York City is a great location for some clubs but not for others. Let’s hear from the BREED clubs!!! Bob Smith I definitely think it should be rotated, using either of the following formats: 1. Continue holding the NYC event annually and add a second event at a different city each year (e.g., Chicago,, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Dallas, New Orleans, etc.) or 2. Hold the NYC event every two or three years in different cities as above. I would favor the latter format because holding the event annually puts a heavy

burden on the NYC fanciers who are asked to man the booths and bring the dogs year after year. Giving a one or two year break would maintain a higher level of participation in New York while at the same time, rotating the event in the intervening years makes the program truly national in scope. David H. Hopkins MEET THE BREEDS in NYC is an outstanding event, and the core concept is a “win-win” one. As to rotating this event, I simply have too many sub-questions yet to be vetted before I would be able to reach a final conclusion. As I see it, though, the rotation possibility should be explored, along with alternatives, including the possibility of the AKC partnering more directly with local clubs in connection with their own “meet the breeds” events at their shows. Various enhancements could be pursued, including ones that focus on aspects of the AKC and its affiliates that universally command respect. For example, attendees at a “meet the breeds” event at a local show ought to also be able to view presentations or receive materials on the AKC’s and AKC Reunited’s new disaster trailer project, the Humane Fund’s grant program for Domestic Violence Shelters, the AKC’s protocol for disabled persons attending events, and similar elements of the AKC culture. We should use every opportunity to deliver our message.


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by Andrew Brace

The Importance of Moderation

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So many of our breed standards use the word “modack in May of this year I wrote a column that was entitled “The Rea- erate” repeatedly and very few today contain any written sons Why Breeds Change” and was, requirements for dogs to be unduly exaggerated. Even the frankly, amazed at the reaction. Never be- standards of the most non-generic breeds have, in recent fore has anything I had written had such years, undergone facelifts in our quest for health and via reaction and both the editor and I have tality across the breeds. I wonder how many of our breeders actually take out since received countless requests to reprint the article in a variety of breed publications their breed standard and study it occasionally. Most conaround the world. This would suggest that scientious judges will have a read through before they my thoughts on how breeds stray away for judge, just refreshing their memories and this can often the ideal had struck a chord with many like remind them of clauses they may well have forgotten. minded people in various different breeds. There are however two ways of looking at this. I remember Furthermore some of the requests came some years ago talking to Bill Taylor in Canada, a judge from enthusiasts who were not even in- for whom I have the utmost respect, and he surprised me volved in purebred dogs, but other forms of when he said that reading the standard the night before livestock so it would seem that my concerns you judge can have disastrous effects. I asked him to exand observations apply to other exhibition plain and he suggested that when you do so, and it is a breed you do not judge regularly yet of which you feel totalanimals too. The main thrust of the article, put sim- ly confident, there may be one clause in the standard that ply, is that I believe some puppies are se- has become embedded in your subconscious and which lected, campaigned and bred from because comes as something of a surprise. Bill felt that when you then went in to judge the they are in some way breed, that one clause exaggerated and that would become a priorexaggeration is of the ity and you risk losing dramatic, flashy kind which, to the uninitiatand of the overall picture – the ed, is rather attractive. course balance is breed-specific. vital aspect of judging. Great dogs owe their Only recently, when Without moderation no dog greatness to their overjudging a breed at a can be balanced.” all correctness and the Championship show, a one ingredient that is dog came into the ring that immediately caught my eye and I am never mentioned in any standard – quality. They have an sure that of many ringsiders. It was im- aura about them that is such that any observer is drawn maculately groomed and handled, beauti- not to a long neck, a fabulous head, a stunning coat or fully conditioned, but on the first go-around whatever but to the consummate whole. These are the reit demonstrated action that, whilst dra- ally great ones, free of any exaggeration that dominates matic with immense reach and noticeable and detracts from the overall picture and sense of balance kick-back, was not - when I thought about and harmony. One of the main areas where we see exaggeration it - typical for the breed. Closer inspection revealed that it had a long neck and exag- these days is in topline and rear angulation, and the two gerated angulation throughout but I am still are inextricably linked. This is particularly noticeable in sure many were mystified when it ended up some of the sporting breeds in the USA and it is a trend that has also appeared in many breeds in the UK, Europe down the line.

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and beyond. If a breed standard calls for a topline that is level, with moderate and complementary angulation of front and rear, this cannot be misinterpreted as a 45 degree topline with such excessively long upper and lower thighs that the dog appears to be almost kneeling. Yet this is a look beloved of some handlers and also it would seem some judges. Time and time again, when photographing dogs, I have to ask the handler to reposition the hindquarters so that the rear pastern sets up at 90 degrees as so many automatically stretch their charges out behind in such a way that it is closer to 45 degrees. Not only is this unnatural, it is also uncomfortable for the dog that will invariably correct itself (if it is made right), given the opportunity. The forelegs are also invariably pulled forward so that they appear to be tacked on to the front rather than standing as columns of support to the dog’s torso, which is how a dog will stand naturally, given that it has sufficient length of upper arm. Also in breeds that are traditionally stacked, rather than shown free (when any breed will look its best) many handlers have a tendency to pull out the neck and elevate the head, rather than allowing the head to face forward which will always demonstrate the flow of the neck more accurately. Across the board there seems to be a lack of appreciation of moderation. One of the fundamentals in any dog is balance, and of course balance is breed-specific. Without moderation no dog can be balanced. Whilst recent mandates have served to remind judges of the undesirability of exaggeration from a health standpoint, we could well afford to sit down with our breed standards and study the dogs in the ring. Have breeders maintained moderation, or has your breed now become accustomed to extremes?


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Multiple Best In Show, Multiple Specialty Best In Show

GCh. Thaon’s Wallstreet Sire: Group Winning Ch. Thaon’s Starpower

Dam: Best In Show Winning Ch. Thaon’s Travertine)

THAON REG. SEVENTH NATIONAL SPECIALTY

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ally wins the 2013 Afghan Hound Club of America National Specialty!! A huge thank you to grand lady, long time aficionado, and breeder-judge Mrs. Lee Canalizo. Wally represents the third generation of National specialty winners for Thaon. His mother CH. Thaon’s Travertine won in 2007 and her father CH. Thaon’s Wannadance won in 2001. His grandfather on his father’s side GCH. Thaon’s Mowgli garnered four consecutive National wins 2009-2012. We couldn’t be prouder of our dogs and their accomplishments. — Breeders: Jay T. Hafford & James P. Blanchard

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Wally wins 2013 National Specialty!!

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Ch. Sandstorm Blue Nile Bubbles of Jatara Judge Mr. Roger Hartinger Judge Mr. Jame E. Noe Judge Mr. Donavon Thompson Owners Sandra Middlebrooks, Jackie Harrington, Sara Winsted Handler Erin Roberts Gloucester County Kennel Club South Jersey Kennel Club American Foxhound

Laurel Highlands Kennel Association - Friday Shetland Sheepdog

GCh. Acadia Stage Presence Judge Mr. John (Tom) Ward Owner & Handler Catherine Pruss Troy Kennel Club - Sunday Bearded Collie

GCh. Dunhill Celebration Judge Mrs. Linda C. Krukar Owners Carolyn O’Neil and Ray Harrington Handler Clifford Steele Upper Potomac Valley Kennel Club Treeing Walker coonhound

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Judge Mrs. Rosemary Shoreman Owners Jennifer Mosing & Jordyn O’Neill Handler Brian Livingston

Judge Mrs. Ann Hearn Judge Mr. Edd E. Bivin Owners Mark Ulrich and Christina Areskough Handler Allison Sunderman Sandemac Kennel Club - Saturday Longhaired Dachshund

GCh. Aundeleben Queen’s Armada SL Judge Mrs. Marilyn C. Spacht Owners Patrice Stephens MD, C.J. Puig, K. Gonzalez Handler Carlos J. Puig Illinois Capitol Kennel Club - Sunday Miniature Bull Terrier

GCh. Amchara Roc UR World Judge Mr. Jon R. Cole Owners Karen & Samantha Towland Handler Carlos J. Puig

Old English Sheepdog Club of America National Specialty

GCh. Bugaboos Picture Perfect Judge Mr. Martin Doherty Owners Ron Scott, Debbie Burke, Heather and Colton Johnson and Douglas and Michealanne Johnson Handler Colton Johnson United States Lakeland Terrier Club, Inc

GCh. Larskpur Acadia Save Me A Spot Judge Cpt. Jean Heath, USN (ret) Owners Maria M. Sacco, Tony Barker, and Susan Fraser Handler RC Carusi

English Setter Association of America National Specialty 

GCh Stargazer’n Wingfield Time Will Tell Judge Mrs. Mary Ann Alston Owners Don & Pat Coller & Eileen Hackett Handler Eileen Hackett


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Top Winning American Water Spaniel in Breed History

GCh. Waterway Game CRK Hot Diggity JH.

Multiple Best In Show and Reserve Best In Show Winner

This year he has 67 Sporting Group Placements including 23 Group Ones Five Consecutive National Specialty Best of Breed wins (won his first National at the age of 13 months out of the Bred By Class) Presented by Breeder / Owner/ Handler Linda Hattrem Breeders Linda & Jon Hattrem & Pamela Boyer Owners Linda & Jon Hattrem, Mr. & Mrs. John Rose & Pamela Boyer PHOTO BY KATHLEEN A. RILEY-DANIELS

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What person do you most look forward to seeing at the dog shows? KAYLEY KOVAR.

What is your greatest extravagance? GREAT GOURMET FOOD.

What do you dislike most about your appearance? MY WEIGHT AND I’M WORKING ON IT.

What dog person would you like to see on ‘dancing with the stars’? CLARENCE “JAY” LEE

Questions

If you were forced to get a tattoo, what would it be? MY FAVORITE SHAR PEI.

If you were stranded on a desert island, what three things would you want to have with you?

asked of

David Williams

IPHONE, A DOG AND A FRIEND.

When and where are you the happiest? AT MY GRANDMOTHER’S DINNER TABLE.

Other people think I am...? SHY, AND MAYBE I AM.

Born: SHATTUCK, OK

Resides: RED OAK, TX

What did you want to be when you were growing up? ZOOKEEPER.

Marital Status: SINGLE

What would be your last request? EVERYBODY GETTING TOGETHER TO CELEBRATE MY LIFE AND HAVE A GREAT TIME.

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Honor

#1 Bichon* & The #2 Non Sporting Dog*

Thank you Judge Mr. Charles Olvis for this Best In Show Win Owned By

Ellen MacNeille Charles and Matt and Paula Abbott *The Dog News Top Ten List - All Breed

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Co-Owned by Kathie Vogel and Lori Kornfeld


Multiple Best In Show Multiple Best In Specialty Show

GCh. Vogelflight’s “Honor” To Pillow Talk

Thank you Judge Ms. Elizabeth Muthard for this Best In Show Win Presented by Lisa Bettis and Ryan Wolfe LisaAndRyanProHandling.com

Bred by Multiple Best In Show & Multiple Best In Specialty Show Pillow Talk Bichons - Tracy And Lori Kornfeld Multiple Best In Show & Multiple Best In Specialty Show Vogelflight Kennels Kathie Vogel - Danielle Ardagna & Mary Vogel Dog News 41


By Connie Vanacore

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The chattering classes have been very quiet lately on the internet. I am not sure if that is a good omen or a bad one. Certainly, there is enough going on in the “dog world” to elicit comments. Maybe we are just worn out from the continuing battle among various factions in our universe.

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et’s start with the amazing ad campaign launched by Ralph Lauren, one of the most renowned names in high fashion. He has taken full page ads in collaboration with the ASPCA to encourage people to obtain dogs from shelters. In coordination with the printed ads, which are appearing in several magazines, including the New York Times Sunday magazine and several high end publications, there is a video on the Lauren website, featuring fashionable models in Lauren clothes, walking with their mixed breed dogs in New York City. This bonding with the shelter movement is in direct contrast with every past Lauren campaign that this writer is aware of. Until now his models have always been posed with purebred dogs or fabulous horses, sometimes with both. Is this a deliberate change of attitude by the advertising agency, or is someone at ASPCA persuading the Lauren folks that this is the right thing to do to bolster their image while charging outrageous prices for their merchandise? The ad, which is beautiful, by the way, describes the ASPCA as the “nation’s leading voice for animals.” Whatever the AKC public relations firm does, it will have an uphill battle to counteract that hyperbole. It is always more difficult to play “catch up” than to lead with creative thoughts and actions. There are a few organizations that feature

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purebred dogs in their advertising, however. Staying in the realm of fashion, the ads that run constantly in many magazines and newspapers usually feature a Basset Hound, surrounded by models for Tommy Hilfiger clothes. They are upbeat and engaging, without beating the reader over the head. Then we come to TV ads. The outstanding series in the past six months or so have been commercials for Subaru automobiles. Engaging the viewer, they feature a German Shorthaired Pointer from puppy to old age with its family arriving at a comfortable home in the country. This writer has written previously about the huge market in cars, trucks and SUV’s which would be perfect venues to feature purebred dogs. What a perfect way to combine a campaign for dog-friendly cars and trucks with purebred dogs traveling with their families. My initial foray into this field was at a time when the AKC Gazette was still a viable option for advertising. But that is another story! This brings me to another related topic: Meet the Breeds. This year’s exhibition was another great display of purebred dogs and cats. The Javits Center in New York provided a more congenial layout this year with greater space in the aisles for people to wander about and visit the purebred dogs and cats. There were a few booths, however, which were unmanned and several displays appeared a little shopworn. Local breed clubs are the ones who bear the brunt of manning these booths for two solid days with dogs and people. The clubs provide literature about their breeds, and all of them, no matter how elaborate or simple, provide a great service for AKC and for their breeds. It is an exhausting exercise for everyone who participates. It has occurred to me that AKC would do a great service for purebred dogs around the country if this extravaganza could be moved to other venues. If facilities could be found so that there were 4 regions in which these conventions could be held, it would be a vast

improvement for the clubs hosting them. With the booths at Eukanuba and alternating New York with other areas, such as Chicago, Houston, Dallas and somewhere on the West Coast, everyone could share in the limelight and the work. I know, I know, there are lots of good reasons for staying in New York. They are all valid. Maybe if Javits in New York is the best AKC can do to mount this huge display, then hosting every other year would be beneficial for the hosting clubs and still keep the crowds coming. Just a thought! That, of course, brings me to the latest innovation, streaming the AKC/Eukanuba show on your computer instead of broadcasting it in prime time on TV. If Eukanuba was unwilling to provide the funds to broadcast the show, was there no other sponsor to step up? Was any effort made to solicit other backers? Would it have mattered if Eukanuba did not pay exorbitant sums to the winners? Would exhibitors have stayed away without the bribes of huge cash prizes? Certainly, I do not have the answers to these questions, but I am pretty sure that the folks at Westminster are dancing in the aisles without that competition on live TV. As it is, people watching at home have always had a hard time distinguishing among those televised shows. Between Philadelphia, Eukanuba and the Garden they all merge into one large ring with dogs running around in a circle. At least when Eukanuba is broadcast live it includes the extra features, such as dog heroes of the year, breeders of the year and a good smattering of world competitors. It will be very interesting to hear whether the streaming video version of the show in December will surpass the broadcast version, which has been the norm until now. Pollsters will have a field day. It would be remiss of me not to mention the new face of AKC’s Companion Animal Recovery. For those who have finally mastered AKC CAR, you can now change that mind-set to AKC Reunite Canine Support and Relief Fund! This organization, no matter what its name, has supported 144 deserving organizations in the past year. The majority are K-9 Search and Rescue teams with grants for training, education, equipment and supplies. Nearly $500,000 was donated across 45 states. Among their efforts was an intensive two-day training event organized by the New Jersey Search and Rescue organization. Over 40 volunteer K9 teams from across the nation participated in the weekend of intensive water-search training. This need was brought to the fore in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy last Fall. Anyone interested in learning more about the activities of this worthwhile part of AKC can find information at www.akcreunite. org. Congratulations to Tom Sharp and his staff for doing extraordinary work on behalf of our animals.


AKC Humane Fund announces the 2014 Theatre Benefit

Broadway’s New High-Heeled Hit The 2013 Tony Award Winner for Best Musical Friday, February 7, 2014

Price: $350.00 per person Includes Theatre & Dinner For reservations, more information contact: Daphna Straus American Kennel Club 260 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016 212 696-8243 or email: dxs@akc.org Dog News 43


The New AKC Community Canine Title By Sharon Pflaumer Always something new t seems as if there’s always a fun, new event in which members of the fancy may participate thanks to the American Kennel Club (AKC). In addition to being a great way for owners to spend time with their dogs, the substantive training that these events require also enriches other aspects of living with their four-legged friends. For example, the AKC recently developed guidelines for earning its latest title, AKC Community Canine. It’s the third level of the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Program, which also includes S.T.A.R. Puppy®. In the following interview, Mary R. Burch, PhD, AKC’s Canine Good Citizen Director, discusses the objective and requirements of the new title and the CGC Program in general.

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The training necessary to earn the new AKC Community Canine® title, as well as the other titles in the American Kennel Club® Canine Good Citizen® Program, enable dogs to have a more welcomed and thus greater presence in the community. That, in turn, enables them to lead fuller lives.

The “Dog walks through a crowd” Exercise being tested during a CGCA Test at the fifth annual AKC Meet the Breeds® event held in September 2013 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. Photo credit: Mary Burch © American Kennel Club

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Training for the “Sit/Stay in a small group” CGCA Exercise fosters the development of dogs that readily co-exist with other canines. Photo credit: Mary Burch © American Kennel Club


When was the original CGC Program developed and what was its impetus?

Dr. Burch: The original CGC program was launched in September 1989. When it was developed, the goal was to reward dogs who had good manners in the home and in the community. The idea was to provide a practical training program in which all dogs could participate.

What was the program’s objective initially and is it still the same?

Dr. Burch: The original goal of CGC has not really changed much. The tagline for the program is, “Responsible owners, Well-mannered dogs,” and that is really what CGC is all about. We want dogs to be seen as a very positive, welcome addition to our communities.

What does the original CGC test entail?

Dr. Burch: The original CGC test has 10 skills. These skills are the basic foundation for dog training. The dog must sit, down, come and stay, showing that it is under instructional control. In addition, there are test items in which the evaluator observes the dog’s reaction to another dog, and how the dog reacts to a friendly stranger. All of the exercises in the test are done on leash, and to some extent, they are staged. For example, in the distraction dog exercise, two handlers approach from a distance of about 15-ft., shake hands, exchange pleasantries, and then continue walking in opposite directions.

How many dogs have passed the CGC test since its inception?

Dr. Burch: More than 600,000 dogs have passed the CGC test. In addition, more than 60,000 puppies have completed AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy® training.

Why and when was the S.T.A.R. Puppy level added?

Dr. Burch: Several years into the CGC program, we had the idea of eventually building CGC into a three level program that would take a dog from puppyhood to being a well-mannered adult dog in the community. AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy was added in 2008. With the recent addition of AKC Community Canine, we’ve achieved that goal.

What does AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy entail?

Dr. Burch: S.T.A.R. is an acronym for Socialization, Training, Activity and a Responsible owner. These are all of the things every puppy needs in order to have a great life. S.T.A.R. Puppy is different from CGC in that it can’t be a one-time test. Puppies must attend 6 weeks of training classes. We want to ensure that puppies get socialization during the critical period. In S.T.A.R. Puppy classes for younger puppies, there is more of an emphasis on socialization than there is on teaching skills, such as sit, down, come, etc. There is really no substitute for the benefits puppies and dogs derive from attending training classes.

What does the new AKC Community Canine test entail?

Dr. Burch: Functionally, AKC Community Canine is the advanced version of CGC because it takes all of the skills learned in CGC into the community. In it, we raise the bar for each CGC test item. For the distraction dog exercise for example, the dog might walk by other dogs in a crowd on a trail, or a hallway in a therapy setting. The dog also must be able to sitstay in a small group of other owners who also have their dogs sitting. In real life, dogs would need this skill when multiple owners and their dogs are waiting for an elevator, standing in line, or debriefing after a therapy visit.

How else does the AKC Community Canine test differ?

Dr. Burch: The key word in AKC Community Canine is “community.” This advanced level focuses on the dog showing it has the CGC skills and can demonstrate them while out and about in the community. Continued on page 90

The training for CGCA Exercises, such as “Person carrying a bag stops and pets the dog” enables canines to have a greater presence in the community and thus allows them to lead fuller lives. Photo credit: Mary Burch © American Kennel Club

The handler control needed to perform the “Dog exits under control” CGCA Exercise could prove invaluable in an emergency situation. Photo credit: Mary Burch © American Kennel Club

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A Question of Identity By Carlotta Cooper Since September, when APHIS announced the final version of their regulation affecting dog breeders, there has been much discussion about what to do, who it affects, and what it will mean for breeders in the future. I don’t think it’s stretching things too much to say that this rule is a turning point for dog breeders. It calls upon us to ask ourselves who we are going to be. Are we going to remain traditional hobby breeders, generally breeding according to the ethical guidelines of breed parent clubs? Or, are we going to become regulated commercial breeders operating under the rules of the Animal Welfare Act? In short, it’s a question of identity.

Ed. Note: This opinion piece is just that, an opinion piece, and does not reflect the views of Dog News.

Bear with me while I relate a little history, please.

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hile most people are aware that the Irish came to the United States in great numbers, they usually think that this happened in the 1840s, as a result of the potato famine. In reality, the Irish, and Scotch-Irish from Northern Ireland, had been coming to America since the 17th century in large numbers. This was largely because of something called the Penal Laws in Ireland. These laws were passed by Britain, which ruled Ireland (it’s a long story), with the explicit intention of stamping out resistance to British rule. Under the Penal Laws Catholics, Presbyterians, and other dissenters from British rule were singled out and punished with the following acts (among others): • Exclusion of Catholics from most public offices (since 1607), Presbyterians were also barred from public office from 1707. • Ban on intermarriage with Protestants; repealed 1778 • Catholics barred from holding firearms or serving in the armed forces (rescinded by Militia Act of 1793) • Bar from membership in either the Parliament of Ireland or the Parliament of England • Disenfranchising Act 1728, exclusion from voting until 1793; • Exclusion from the legal professions and the judiciary; • Education Act 1695 – ban on foreign education; repealed 1782. • Bar to Catholics and Protestant Dissenters entering Trinity College Dublin; repealed 1793. • Ban on Catholics inheriting Protestant land • Prohibition on Catholics owning a horse valued at over £5 (in order to keep horses suitable for military activity out of the majority’s hands) • ‘No person of the popish religion shall publicly or in private houses teach school, or instruct youth in learning within this realm’ upon pain of twenty pounds fine and three months in prison for every such offence. Repealed in 1782. [5] (Source: Wikipedia, “Penal Laws, Ireland”)

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According to British statesman Edmund Burke, writing at the end of the 18th century, “The Penal Laws were a machine of wise and elaborate contrivance, as well fitted for the oppression, impoverishment and degradation of a people, and the debasement in them of human nature itself, as ever proceeded from the perverted ingenuity of man.” Some of these laws were not repealed until Ireland separated from Britain following World War I. They undoubtedly played a role in stirring Irish anger and rebellion throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. You can see from reading these laws that in many cases the purpose was to strip the Irish population of their identity. Beyond practical measures like depriving people of a good horse, the government was making sure that the Irish Catholic point of view was not represented in Parliament; that Irish Catholics were not well-educated; and they were making it as hard as possible to carry on with their religion and other ways of life. The only way for advancement was to become a Protestant and embrace the British rule of Ireland. Continued on page 99


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Judge: Mrs. Karen Wilson

Owners/Breeders: Susan LaCroix Hamil Heather Whitcomb Laguna Beach, California


# 4 Hound, #1 Bloodhound All Breed *

*The Dog News Top Ten List

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Judge: Ms. Gay Dunlap

Handlers: Bruce Schultz Tara Schultz

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A Pug, tired from his morning swim, rested in a beach pail while Weimaraners waved from the waves.

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by Marsha Hall Brown

A Great Moment portrait by Dawn Secord judged Best In Show at the International Art Contest in Texas.

Dawn Secord Tells a Story in Pastels “And the tall dark Afghan Hound raced at full speed celebrating the sand beneath his large round feet.”

“A Portuguese Water Dog sat behind the wheel of a fish company’s truck and an Irish Water Spaniel drove by on a small tractor towing baggage carts.”

“The seven show dogs, who were usually very confident in all situations were scared. “ACK,AAAAAAACCCCCCKKKKK.” Yowled the dogs. “Halcyon Hall looks spooky,” squealed Corgi. “I don’t think it is safe to go in,” announced Boxer, trying to sound brave. “I think I see a ghost in the window,” screamed Yorkie. “It must be haunted,” barked Springer.“ —excerpt & illustration from “Show Dogs Escape To The Seashore” by Dawn Secord.

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rom a successful career of painting portraits of pure-bred dogs, Dawn Secord has taken a temporary departure into illustrating the soon to be published book, Show Dogs Escape to the Seashore. With wit and whimsy she uses her pastels to tell a fanciful story about show dogs. Although she had handled her own Irish Setter to its championship title, she walked into the Sporting Group ring at an all–breed dog show in Southern California as a comparative newcomer. It would be good experience to handle in the group, she thought, and Jewel was her pride and joy. It would be fun! But 50 Dog News

she was not prepared for what happened next: the first judge pointed to Jewel for Group One and the second judge awarded the beautiful mahogany Irish Setter, Best Dog in Show. Dawn Secord grew up in Texas where she used her favorite dogs, cats, rabbits and horses as models for her drawings and paintings. She studied art in high school and college but made the practical decision to pursue a career in business where she became successful in finance before starting her own company. Yet her passion was always in her art. Dawn’s rise to fame

as an artist came first from her many acclaimed commissioned paintings and then from her numerous successes at art shows, gallery exhibits, and national and international competitions. Her work was selected as the inaugural piece for the art series published by the American Kennel Club and her painting, “Full of Dreams,” showing a setter in a silver bowl, was the Grand Prize Winner for the AKC’s 2003 art contest. Dawn’s work has been featured on the cover of such publications as The American Kennel Gazette, The Western Art Collector, The Pastel Journal, Canine Chronicle, and Best of America Art Publications. Her ability to capture the essence of diverse geographical themes for her portraits has endeared her to viewers everywhere -- from hunting dogs in the fall foliage of Wisconsin, to the canines

posing at New England lighthouses, to the Longhorns standing on the dry grass of the Texas prairie. When not working in her studio in Chino Hills, California, Dawn Secord shares her love of the dog sport with her husband, Rich. Together, the Secords show their dogs at championship shows, Obedience Trials, and Hunt Tests. Dawn has served as president of the Irish Setter Club of Southern California and is currently on the board of directors of the Irish Setter Club of America. She is a professional member of the Cat Writers’ Association, the Dog Writers’ Association of America, and a registered artist at the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog. Dawn Secord brings to her work a lifetime of animal art experience and an expertise in the art of pure-bred dogs.


The AKC/Eukanuba National Championship Issue of Dog News

“The Silver Issue” will be published

Friday, December 13, 2013 The Advertising Deadline is

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For any Terrier lover this is the greatest weekend of the year and Terrier fanciers come from every corner of the world to see this magnificent show. I have not missed this show in over fifty years and each year I enjoy it more and more. The weekend is extra special for me because of the Greyhound show that is held on Wednesday right on the Hatboro grounds. This gives many fanciers the chance to also witness the Greyhound show. This year it was an extra special weekend for me because I judged the Greyhound National. 52 Dog News


nty Weekend 2013 Through Devon - Part One By Desmond J. Murphy Photos of Hatboro by Eugene Z. Zaphiris Having lived the first 20 years of my life at the famous Mardormere Kennels of Greyhounds and Whippets, my love of Greyhounds dates back just shy of 65 years. The breed is one of the oldest breeds and unique in that the standard is not even dated. This standard was written before AKC kept records of when standards were written. The entire standard, including the scale of points, consists of only 218 words. This certainly makes it also one of the most unique standards in the world. The breed was bred for coursing and yet movement is not even mentioned in the standard. This was the fourth time I have judged the Greyhound show and each time has been very memorable. The first time I judged it was in 1981 and now 32 years later I still feel the winner, Ch. Grey Roc Winged Victory, was one of the best I have ever seen. Years ago Anne Clark wrote, “The ideal make and shape, in my view, should fall somewhere between Vicky (Ch. Grey Roc Winged Victory) and Punky (Ch. Aroi Talk of the Blues). A bit more length of leg than Punky, but with more angles than Vicky had.” It was a memorable learning experience to see these two

greats the few times they competed together. I believe all of us remember the first time we ever saw a dog that impressed us greatly. While judging a show in Charleston in January of 2009, I saw a young bitch I felt might have the potential of “Punky” and “Vicky”. She had never been shown yet, but in less than one year, she went on to win the Hound Group at the AKC/Eukanuba, this being Ch. Grandcru Clos Eramus or “Era”. While judging a huge show in Milan in January of 2008, I saw a young male, barely a year old, that impressed me greatly. A year later I was one of ten judges that awarded this glorious young dog BIS at the Purina ProPlan Breeders Cup in Italy. This was Fionn Clann Paramount at Sobers. Known as “Monty”, he was bred in Russia, but owned by the famous Sobers Kennel in Italy. I think he is the best Greyhound male I have seen in many years. While judging in a Greyhound Specialty in Moscow, I awarded BOB to a bitch that was a combination of “Vicky” and “Punky”. I learned she was a litter sister to “Monty”. I quickly wished that someday I might

see this glorious bitch, “Monty” and “Era” competing somewhere together. This never happened, but I realized in all corners of the globe there are some Greyhounds that could compete with the greats of the past. While judging the class males, I was a bit disappointed in the overall quality. The WD was a dog that has a lot to offer the breed. I learned he was bred in Scandinavia, by the legendary kennels of Goran Bodegard and Berit Peterson. Even though he is by an American bred dog of the Lochinvar Kennel of Maureen Lucas and Gloria Reese, he will be an asset here since he does bring in some new blood. I was pleased to learn the RWD, a promising 6 to 9 month old, was sired by “Monty” from frozen semen. The class bitches had much more depth than the males. The WB, I felt, has a lot of potential and was pleased to learn she is an “Era” daughter. The RWB was only 14 months old, but showed a lot of potential. Continued on page 56 Dog News 53


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ow that the government shutdown has officially ended it’s back to work for our elected officials and back to the grind for dog owners facing legislative threats. On the national level, the Department of Agriculture’s Animal Plant Health Inspections Services (APHIS) is back to answering inquires galore seeking clarification about enforcement, modifications and requirements. On the state level, efforts to restrict pet breeders are sprouting up again, including two bills right in the American Kennel Club’s backyard that have passed the New York Assembly and Senate that should have all “pet dealers” in the Empire State on alert. Assembly Bill 740 and its companion Senate Bill 3753 seek to allow counties and municipalities to enact laws, rules and regulations governing “pet dealers”. The proposals stipulate that these regulations could not be less stringent that state law and that if they are more stringent than state law it would be incumbent on the local government to enforce them. Current laws define “pet dealers” as those who sell nine or more dogs per year, but breeders who raise fewer than 25 dogs per year on their residential premises are exempt from this definition. These bills contain other language that should be of great concern to those who breed dogs, as it would allow municipalities to enact local laws and regulations that address “the source of animals offered for sale by pet dealers, whether spaying/ neutering should be required prior to sales by pet dealers, and regulations concerning the health and safety of animals maintained by pet dealers.” While it may be the case that those Members of Assembly who co-sponsored the bill back on January 9 and the Senators who introduced it to the Senate back on February 13 had good intentions, some of the language contained in the bills sound like the handiwork of the animal rights extremists who want to see the practice of breeding dogs terminated and will go to any length to see their goals come to fruition. There are laws currently on the books on the federal, state and local levels that protect against animal cruelty. Proper enforcement of those laws would do more towards ending animal cruelty than introducing superfluous legislation that can set overly and unnecessarily burdensome regulations on reputable, responsible dog breeders. Breeders across the country should be on the alert for similar movements – the State of Connecticut held a task force meeting two weeks ago to investigate the sale of dogs with the anticipation that it will draft legislation for consideration in 2014. It’s nice that the government is back at work but why don’t our elected officials put an effort into putting other people to work and growing the economy instead of

is still testing them. The FDA believes that the drop in complaints is linked to a decrease in the availability of jerky pet treats after the NY findings. The widely reported incidents of pet illnesses and deaths through niche and mainstream media have also undoubtedly played a role in consumer awareness and the message that treats are unnecessary in a pet’s diet are finally taking root. FDA testing seeks a variety of chemical and microbiological contaminants, from antibiotics to metals, pesticides, markers of irradiation level, mold and mycotoxins, rodenticides, Salmonella and others. Since 2011, the FDA has collected nearly 250 jerky treat samples relating to more than 165 consumer based complaints plus more than 200 retail samples of unopened bags obtained from a store or shipment and performed more than 1000 tests on these samples, in addition to more than 240 tests performed on historical samples received from 2007-2011. DNA testing has also been conducted. Inspections of facilities in China that manufactured jerky products associated with the highest number of pet illness reports failed to turn up the underlying source of contamination but one firm was identified as having used falsified documents regarding the receipt of glycerin, a jerky ingredient. The FDA is further investigating glycerin as a potential source of the illnesses though nothing yet has been determined and the FDA claims to be meeting regularly with regulators in China to share findings. The obvious advice would be to instruct dog owners to refrain from adding these unnecessary treats to their pets’ diets but the FDA stops short of those instructions, instead offering that owners and veterinarians pay close attention to their pets’ behavior and diet. If owners transfer treats and pet food to containers to protect against rodents, insects or spoilage, the FDA advises that they retain the original packaging to ensure that they still have access to the lot codes should the pet become ill after consuming the product. Perhaps a more realistic idea would be to record the lot number on a computer or for the technologically averse or challenged, a notebook. Should a pet become ill, the FDA and Vet-LIRN (Veterinary Laboratory Investigation and Response Network, a network of animal health labs affiliated with FDA) scientists might request specific testing to try to determine the cause of the illness. The costs of tests requested by the scientists will be covered by Vet-LIRN and FDA, though expenses for any additional testing will be absorbed by the pet owners. So, the basic message of the FDA progress report on pet jerky treats is that the investigation remains a work in progress. Pet owners should remain skeptical of any pet treats or food imported from China and should reconsider offering their pets treats of this nature, at least until some definitive answers are confirmed. Fanciers should also be made aware that the AKC, which allowed the use of its logo on some treats imported from China, ended its licensing agreement months before the FDA issued this progress report.

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Back to Work & FDA Jerky Investigation ByShaun Coen

putting responsible purebred dog breeders out of business. These bills could land on Gov. Cuomo’s desk for his signature at any moment. The AKC’s Government Relations Department, which never seems to be able to shutdown, is urging all concerned dog owners to voice their opposition by contacting Gov. Cuomo at 518474-8390 or via email at http://www.governor. ny.gov/contact/GovernorContactForm.php.

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t was good to see that one of the first issues addressed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration after the government shutdown was its jerky pet treat investigation. It issued a progress report on the investigation on Oct. 22. As of September 24, 2014, the FDA had received over 3000 complaints of illness related to consumption of chicken, duck, or sweet potato jerky treats, nearly all of which are imported from China. The reports involve more than 3600 dogs, 10 cats and include more than 580 deaths. Unfortunately, the cause of the illnesses and deaths has yet to be determined but it isn’t for a lack of trying. The FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine has conducted more than 1,200 tests, visited jerky pet treat manufacturers in China and collaborated with colleagues in academia, industry, state labs and foreign governments. The FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine Director Bernadette Dunham, DVM, Ph.D says, “This is one of the most elusive and mysterious outbreaks we’ve encountered. Our beloved four-legged companions deserve our best effort, and we are giving it.” The good news is the rate of complaints associated with jerky pet treats dropped sharply after several well-known brands were removed from the market in January 2013, when a study conducted by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Marketing (NYSDAM) detected low levels of antibiotic residues in those products. Evidence of up to six drugs was found in jerky treats made in China but the FDA believes these trace amounts of antibiotics are unlikely to be the cause of the illnesses and deaths, though it


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When the Veteran Dog entered the ring it brought back memories of seeing John Palmer award him BOS last year and watching him win the breed under Frank Sabella in 2011. This big black dog, Ch. Southwestern Lord Henry, had also impressed Michele Billings in 2010. He has to be one of the most impressive black Greyhounds this country has ever seen. The Veteran bitch class was only two, but two super bitches. Like the Veteran dog, I immediately realized either one of these bitches might have a shot to win the breed. After working them back and forth, Ch. Greycott Shylo Harvest Party became the winner. I had never seen her competing against another Greyhound before. Donald Sturtz co-owns her with Scott Thompson. Donald said as a youngster she did not like to show and has been his housedog for all of these years. After the lunch break the specials class entered the ring in numerical order. Seeing “Era” enter the ring brought back memories of watching her go BOB in 2009 under John Reeve-Newson and then Michele Billings in 2010. In 2011 and 2012 she was also select bitch. There is an old song “You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby.” I can still remember her as such a beautiful baby in Charleston many years ago. My mind was racing fast and I realized the decision for BOB was between the Veteran dog, Veteran bitch, my old-time favorite “Era” and Ch. Grandcru Phelps Insignia. Being a white bitch with lots of ticking her call name is “Freckles”. The Veteran dog due to the heat and age was starting to lose his drive and was challenged by a younger beautiful brindle dog and it was down to the three glorious bitches. Working the three bitches which I wanted to keep on looking at, my mind was racing a million miles an hour. It was wonderful to see Donald Sturtz exhibiting his great talent as a handler. Seems like only yesterday Donald and Michael Scott were competing in Juniors with two big white Standard Poodles, bred by Ray and Ginger Scott. Rindi Gaudet and “Era” became famous together several years ago when nobody had ever seen a Greyhound show like this. Some even questioned if it was correct for a

“When the Veteran Dogentered the ring it brought back memories of seeing John Palmer award him BOS last year and watching him win the breed under Frank Sabella in 2011. “

“Some even questioned if it was correct for a Greyhound to put on such stellar showmanship. I remember the days when Whippets were not flashy show dogs as we see them today.”

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Greyhound to put on such stellar showmanship. I remember the days when Whippets were not flashy show dogs as we see them today. Amy Booth, like last year, was helping Rindi in showing “Freckles”. Donald was not going to let the young ladies overshadow his talents. I always base so much of my decision on the picture a dog makes on the go around. The three bitches could be argued three different ways, but for me at the last moment “Freckles” became the victor and the Veteran Select and “Era” first AOM. The winner and the Veteran I also could have been influenced by since they reminded me so much of the Mardormere bitches I grew up with. It is ironic that my favorite male, “Monty”, and favorite bitch, “Era”, in modern times are the sire and dam of the breed winner. It will be interesting to see if the breed winner can produce like her sire and dam. It will be a hard act to follow. BOS was Ch. Grandcru Orion With Mistweave. The Brood Bitch class was a sight to remember. Behind “Era” the winner was the BOB, BOS, BOW, WB and another AOM. When “Era” was at the height of a great campaign, after winning the group at Eukanuba, she took some time out to have a litter. In the days of these rating systems, this has become unheard of. Her breeder Melanie Steele has to be congratulated on putting breeding before the rating systems. As a side note “Era” and “Freckles” were second in the group at the Breeders Showcase this year at SBKC. “Freckles” also won the initial highly competitive Sighthound Spectacular under Bo Bengston. I was only sorry I did not get the opportunity to talk with Hy Petter of “Hewley” fame after the judging. Hy judged the Western show this past year and was already famous in Greyhounds when I was just a young teenager. Both the breed winner and the Veteran reminded me of some of the “Hewley” bitches. Over the long weekend it was enlightening to hear the thoughts of Geir Pedersen on the quality of the dogs and my decisions. Several decisions Geir would have done differently and several minutes later I might have gone the same way. It was interesting to remember John Palmer, Mr. Greyhound from Australia, had the same breed winner last year. The Veteran dog was his BOS and “Era” was his Select bitch. His WB was also a “Monty” daughter. Already I


am looking forward to the Greyhound show which I normally steward for and will be anxious to see how some of the youngsters have developed. Back at the Golden Plough bar, Abbe Shaw paid me a compliment about my judging. It reminded me what the legendary Bea Godsol said, “Good dogs make a judge look good.” I am sure Abbe would agree looking back over the previous four years the judging was also excellent due to the high quality of dogs the judges had to work with. Wednesday evening Bob Block and Robert Thomas hosted their annual preshow Hatboro dinner party. This is always one of the nicest social affairs in the dog show circle. Their lovely home, great cuisine and hospitality makes for a great setting. The entertainment is getting to see friends from different parts of the world in this relaxing setting. I was not judging on Thursday, but even after staying up late, I awakened early to be on the grounds before judging commenced. Even though Terriers are judged four consecutive days it is still hard to see as many breeds as most people would like to. In 2015, the next year M & E will be back, it will be a five-day weekend for Terriers. Hatboro will host a show on Wednesday and Friday, M & E on Thursday, Devon on Saturday and Montgomery on Sunday. This will mean a lot more moving around for the RV people, but will give Terrier lovers one more day to see so many great dogs. Some folks would like to see the Garden State Terrier Club host a show the day before Hatboro. It would give exhibitors flying from far away one more chance at a major win. Also one more day to view so many wonderful dogs. Arriving on the grounds I always stop first at the Foreign Visitors tent for coffee. It is such a nice gesture that Hatboro provides coffee and snacks for the many overseas visitors. Although there is judge’s’ hospitality, I always feel I might find some interesting people at the Foreign Visitors tent. Being born in Scotland, I feel I can justify being a little foreign. Montgomery also provides an Overseas Visitor tent. It would be nice if Devon would also show some hospitality to the many, many foreign visitors. With coffee in hand, I ran into Nancy Shaw, who always makes any day extra special. Although Nancy does not have a Skye, she has developed a big interest because of always rooting for her handlers, Larry Cornelius and Marcelo Veras, and their Skyes. I trust someday Nancy can have a Skye of her own to root for. Arriving at the Skye ring, we immediately ran into our mutual friends, Dick Meen and John Reeve-Newson. The Frenchie ring was nearby and the entry was very small, but the two top Frenchies were competing together. Larry Cornelius and Jenny Wornall were present because of the Terrier weekend. Many of the top handlers have to be in attendance because of their Terriers, but also bring their

“In 2015,the next year M & E will be back, it will be a five-day weekend for Terriers. Hatboro will host a show on Wednesday and Friday, M & E on Thursday, Devon on Saturday and Montgomery on Sunday.”

other top winning dogs. Amy Rutherford and Chris Manelopoulos was there with Poodles and his Afghan. Bill and Taffee McFadden also bring their non Terrier charges. This also allows many of the foreign visitors a chance to see some of our top dogs that are not Terriers. Going over to the Airedale ring, I quickly was taken by a young bitch of Valeria Rickard. It reminded me when I judged Airedales last year that her Joval charges were my WD, WB, Reserve WB, BOB, BOS. Select Dog and Select bitch. This year she was back with a new crop of hopefuls. Upon leaving the Greyhound show on Wednesday, I was passing the set-up of Amy Booth. The ex-pens were full of Smooths. There were two males that looked extra promising. Judging is always a comparison, so Thursday morning I wanted to see how they compared in a large class. I was pleased to see the one I leaned towards went WD and the other Reserve. The WD finished Thursday and won the breed Friday. When the WD of Thursday finished it allowed the Reserve dog to go WD the next three days. Not only going WD all three days, Amy and her breeding captured WB three of the four days. This had to be

so rewarding to win 7 or the 8 sets of points on the weekend. Could be some kind of record. I believe Amy said she won something like 28 classes. It was great to see the legendary “Dodger”, who sired most of these youngsters, being shown in the Stud Dog class on Sunday. Besides all these nice Smooths bred by Amy there were other breeders that had some Smooths showing lots of promise. The breed as a whole is in fabulous shape. Just look back for many, many years the likes of Jim Smith and Winnie Stout have come to Montgomery with several promising youngsters. Jim and Winnie are just two of many examples in Smooths. While judging in Moscow, a couple of years ago, I noticed in the ring next to my ring, a beautiful Scottie bitch. Last year she was my SB and finished the next day under Geir Pedersen. This year she won the breed three of the four days she was shown. Vandra Huber, her breeder, judged Friday so she could not be shown. Harry O’Donoghue, the breeder of the legendary Wires, did, besides Smooths, Wires the first day. Everyone was anxious to see “Sky” and “Sparky” (Crispy Legacy) in the ring together. Both Continued on page 94

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Street USA Pembroke Welsh Corgis from all over the world converged in Gray Summit, MO for the PWCCA 78th annual National Specialty Show, Sept 23rd to 28th, 2013 at Purina Event Center. The Show Chairs,

Pembroke Welsh Corgis Swarm Purina Event Center Brenda Stiles and Sandy Hanson, went above and beyond on their “Main Street USA” themed National. U.S. Route 66 was one of the United States’ original highways and heavily traveled in its heyday 1920’s, especially in Missouri. It was called Main Street USA at that time and Purina Events Center is along that Main Street route, thus the theme for this year’s national. Small towns flourished along this route, and their history was used to create the Robin Faszold designed logo of a boy and his Corgis in a wagon on the way to one of the hometown parades.

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his National has many firsts, starting with its own website focused solely on what is taking place the week of the National. Webmaster Michael Higgins designed, maintained and reported on the 2013 National website. The website also had our 1st RSVP ordering system for educational, social and non competition events, premium reserved grooming, regular reserved grooming, ways and means, and more. This allowed foreigners to prepay no matter what language they speak or what type of currency they used. Returned to this National is the Triathlon Challenge, which demonstrates the versatility of our Pembroke Welsh Corgis. Bonnie Hansen under Performance Coordinator Vicki Sandage and her chairs, worked especially hard on keeping the stats (updating nightly) for this award, as dogs competed in various events. The local Pembroke Club, Gaitway PWCC of Greater St. Louis, also worked all year, assisting to make this the fabulous event it was! All Nationals need their local liaisons to count on when the show chairs aren’t in the area. We started on Saturday and Sunday Sept 21,22 with our 1st of two off site events, the Herding trials at RottieEwe Farms, Wright City, Mo., chaired by Ellen Gerwin. Judges Ken Theus and Pam Wolf adjudicated over Pembrokes with ducks and sheep. High Champion Continued on page 86

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Connie Barton awarding the Sporting Group at Westminster 1995.

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n our home for the last 25 years or so Connie Barton was always referred to as “Miss Virginia”. Connie and our housekeeper and the dogs’ companion and caretaker Celia established a very special relationship after they met for the first time and Connie was always thereafter referred to as Miss Virginia. So that when the sad but not totally unexpected news of Connie’s passing was relayed to us by her daughter Deborah Ayers it fell upon me to tell Celia of “Miss Virginia’s” death. It was not an easy time in our house for sure. I think we all knew it was bound to happen sooner than later as Connie had been ill for at least the last six years and it was just a matter of time insofar as I was concerned anyways. The reality was that she lived much longer than most of us including her doctors thought she would. In typical Connie no nonsense fashion there was no service but she did request that those who so desire

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“Miss Virginia”, AKC Figures...

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In this computer age of iPads, Smart Phones, Kindles and laptops there’s really no need for those of us within close proximity to the Philadelphia area to give our friends throughout the country an update on weather for the Montgomery weekend. They’ve got it right at their fingertips. It was a gorgeous weekend from the first of the Hatboros to the last day of Montgomery.

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any found the weather a bit too warm for the first weekend of October as some judges tried to keep the exhibits in whatever shade could be found in the rings. The Norfolk Terrier Club’s host hotel was at the Holiday Inn located in Ft. Washington, PA. The club has stayed at this hotel for many years and we are constantly invited back; more than likely for our good manners. Guest rooms are always left clean and neat and our members pick up after their dogs. A board meeting was called for Wednesday late afternoon running into the evening and munching on a light dinner while we worked. My usual travel companions, Louise Leone and Kathy Kopack having arrived from Denver and Scottsdale on Tuesday, began the drive to Pennsylvania with me mid morning on Wednesday. The car was loaded as usual. This was the final board meeting I’d preside over, my term of office coming to an end; we managed to tie up loose ends. Becoming a club January 2009 and being accepted to the American Kennel Club as a member shortly thereafter I must state was a feather in the cap of the board. Usually at Hatboro our breed is scheduled for early judging but not this time, nevertheless knowing parking is a bit difficult we were up and ready to go at dawn. There’s a great diner on Rt. 611 70 Dog News

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that we always stop at for a sensible breakfast. Arriving at the show located in Wrightstown, PA we found a good parking space, collected our chairs, set them up ringside inside the building where our breed has exhibited for years, and then we were off to find our way around the new set up site and to purchase catalogs. There is no show, in my opinion, that does a photo set up better than Hatboro. There’s something about this weekend running into friends from all over the country and some from foreign lands that makes the weekend very special. Absent was the typical fall clothing adorned by many who opted for lighter duds hoping to keep cool. Ms. Anne Katona, a noted terrier judge, had the pleasure of presiding over forty-one Norfolk early afternoon with only two absent. The Norfolk Terrier Club supports the entry of the first three shows with trophies for Best of Breed, Best of Winners and Best of Opposite Sex. The Reserve Winners Dog ribbon was awarded to “Argyle Sox It to Me” handled by Roxanne Sutton. The two Roberts, DiNunzio and DeSando, are the breeders with James Wall the owner. Glenelg Golightly, bred by Deborah Pritchard, is the dam but owned by the two Roberts and Ch. Chantilly’s Cawdor of Argyle is the sire of this lovely just year- old youngster. Lori Pelletier bred and owns “Avalon’s First Mate” as she led him to the Winners Dog slot from the Bred By Exhibitor class and a five point major. This young guy is sired by GCH Abbedales A Cut Above, bred by Joan Eckert, and out of the Pelletier bred bitch, Ch. Avalon’s First Kiss. A Cut Above it should be noted on his sire’s side comes from a long line of Max-Well Best in Show Norfolk. Watching “First Mate” take to the ring with ease I noticed his strong

hindquarters giving him the drive needed to be a winner. “Jufelt’s Delightful Damsel”, a three-year-old bitch, bred and owned by Judith Felton and shown by Lori Pelletier was the judge’s choice for the Reserve Winners Bitch ribbon. She’s sired by GCH Bigwig’s Most Happy Fella whose grand sire is the noted Ch. Duke of Copperplate a Best in Show winner at Montgomery a few years ago. “Damsel’s” dam is Ch. Julfelt’s Darling Dutchess. The sire “Cut Above” is the proud poppa of the Lori Pelletier bred, out of the bitch Ch. Avalon’s First Kiss“, “Avalon’s Bliss Creek Sophora” owned by long time Norfolk breeder, Priscilla Twombly for a five point major and the Winners Bitch, Best of Winners and Best of Opposite Sex ribbons. Priscilla happily hauled home the ribbons. Roxanne Sutton piloted the black and tan top winning Norfolk in the current standing, “GCH Yarrow Ticket to Ride” to the Best of Breed slot. “Rider” is a Best in Show winner, sired by Ch. Cause for Celebration out of the imported bitch, Kinsridge Hot Tip. “Celebration” is the son of the very famous and internationally known, “CoCo.” Will there ever be another “CoCo”? John and Pam Beale proudly bred and own “Rider” and Pam as we know was one of the owners of “CoCo.” Select Dog: GCH Avalon’s Spring Cove’s Simon Eyes and Awards of Merit went to: Ch. Rightly so Iron Maiden and GCH. Kilwinning The Graduate.

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hursday, very late afternoon, the club held its Annual Meeting at the host hotel. The new board was formally elected with Nancy Wise serving as President. We all wish her well and know that she’ll do a great job leading us into the next three years. Awards were given out for both conformation and performance. The Bluebonnet club displayed their glorious handmade quilt available as a raffle. Toni Harrold set up the notions table and with the help of Kay Graham did a bang up job in sales. Following the meeting was a Panel Discussion led by a distinguished threesome in the canine world: Peter Green, Geir Flyckt Petersen and Lydia Coleman Hutchinson. The room well attended with both Norfolk and some Norwich breeders/exhibitors all


interested in the topic, Bites and Tails. The Panel outdid themselves giving their opinions on the topic. It was most interesting listening to the interaction of these three, almost as if they were having an after dinner conversation sitting in front of a fireplace. To be in their company and hear their thoughts was pure magic. Questions asked by those assembled were well thought out and answers given all made sense to us. Personally I’d like to thank the Panel for being part of this evening on a very busy weekend.

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riday morning we started all over again reaching the show grounds in time to get a good parking spot. Time for judging was mid afternoon offering no relief from the heat inside the building or out. Wood Wornall, handler turned recent judge, had an entry of forty-two with three absentees. The Canadian entry, “Souyen A Special Kind Of Love” bred and owned by Patti and Mark Paquette and Eryn Hallows was the judge’s choice for Reserve Winners Dog. He certainly impressed me on movement. This lovely grizzle young dog is sired by Cortailod the Special One out of the bitch Souyen’s I Love Lucy. Mr. Wornall awarded the Winners Dog, Best of Winners ribbons for a five point major to “Argyle Sox It to Me,” handled by Roxanne Sutton, the previous day’s Reserve Winner. On hand to see the big win were the two Roberts, the breeders. In bitches Fritz Rumpf handled the Reserve, “Dralion’s Sweet Inspiration” for breeders/owners Peter and Linda Dowdle, also from Canada. Her sire is Ch. Rightly So Lord of the Ring Dralion and her dam, Dralions the Skye’s the Limit. Roxanne Sutton led “Argyles Marimba Queen” to Winners Bitch, Best of Opposite Sex slots for a five point major making Robert DeNunzio and Robert DeSando, breeders/owners quite happy. It’s a good feeling going home with an armful of ribbons in both sexes. Best of Breed again was awarded to the black and tan owned and bred by Pam and John Beale and always shown by Roxanne Sutton. In his handler’s hands he is the happy little fella. Select Dog: GCH Avalon’s Spring Cove Simon Eyes and Awards of Merit to: Ch. Rightly so Iron Maiden and Ch. Happy Hart’s Dexter.

Friday evening we held our annual club dinner and we must thank our Hospitality chair Grace Scott for finding us another venue for dinner. At the last minute she found out our usual restaurant, Blue Bell Inn closed for repairs. Grace and Nancy Wise went searching for a decent restaurant and found one owned by the same owner as the Blue Bell Inn. When we entered the restaurant each table was decorated with glorious white orchids, my favorite. Thanks must go to Bob DiNunzio for taking note these are my favorites. I had no idea dinner was in my honor as the club’s retired first president. Robert and Henrietta Lachman had a silver plate engraved with a Norfolk and a further inscription thanking me for my service to the NTC. Robert made certain the plate was ready for hanging by encasing it in a lovely handmade frame. Henrietta Lachman combed the members and my daughter asking for photos of me. Little did she know I’m the one taking the pictures. But none the less those that she gathered were put to a poster and framed by Robert Lachman. If that weren’t enough Jeanne D’Agostino solicited the members to write something about me that she incorporated in a book actually printed and covered in a white jacket. The book put me over the edge. It was a wonderful evening and one I truly appreciated.

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evon Dog Show held on the horse show grounds in Ludwig’s Corner had an entry of fortythree with one absent. Mr. Clay Coady, not minding the heat at all, pointed his finger to “Rightly So Nathaniel of Dralion” for his Winners Dog handled by Fritz Rumpf for a five point major. Carole Walsh and Toni Harrold are the breeders with Linda Dowdle and Toni as owners. Ch. Brickin Smart Disguise is the sire and the dam Rightly So Lucy Van Pelt. Fritz is a rather interesting guy because if it’s Montgomery weekend keep your eye out for him. When he’s not at these shows he’s off and running serious marathons, like the Boston. The Reserve Winners Dog ribbon went once again to the Canadian bred “Souyen’s A Special Kind of Love” piloted by Jody Paquette for her aunt Patti and cousin Sarah Paquette and Eryn Hallows. Mr. Coady awarded the Winners Bitch/Best of Winners ribbons to the Karen Aurealiuys handled, “Starmtn Yardley Baroness of Beacon” bred by Kelly and Jim Sternberg and owned by Sam Carneal and Shawn Crouch for a five point major. This eight-month-old bitch is sired by Prestwicks Mickey Finn out of the bitch Starmtn Who Dat Super Girleigh. Lori Pelletier was a busy handler all weekend as she handled the Beth Kravetz bred “Bethany Beach She Sells Sea Shells By The Seashore” for the Reserve ribbon. This little girl’s dam, GCH Avalon’s Beulah She’s So Poppilcious,

has more Performance titles after her name than you could shake a stick at. Kravetz and Albert and Nancy Dionne are the owners. GCH Dexter is the sire. “CH Avalon’s Come Fly With Me” litter mate to the first Hatboro’s Winners Dog (Avalon’s First Mate) bred by Lori Pelletier and owned in partnership with Sheila Foran went Best of Opposite Sex. “GCH. Yarrow’s Ticket To Ride” better known as Rider again took home the Blue ribbon for owners John and Pam Beale. Once again the Select was awarded to Lori Pelletier’s GCH. Avalon’s Spring Cove’s Simon Eyes. He was bred by Lori Pelletier and Marion Shaw DVM and is owned by Lori’s vet, Kimberly Nelson, DVM.

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aturday early evening Kelly and Jim Sternberg, Nancy Wise and Larry Hotot hosted a BBQ for Norfolk friends on the grounds of the hotel. The Sternbergs’ Tennessee pop up tent said it all as this was true southern hospitality being offered to those assembled. It was a happy go lucky group of friends enjoying a night out under the stars with good food, soft drinks (hmmm) and the TV broadcasting a college football game...of all things Tennessee.

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nd now on to the big day, Montgomery County Kennel Club’s 84th all terrier show. It was a beautiful day for a dog show, if a bit warmer than usual. Once we set up our chairs at the ring Kathy and I headed to the Overseas tent while Louise made her way to the Mini Schnauzer ring where she was stewarding. As usual Gaynor Green and her daughter were behind the table welcoming people from near and far. It’s really a gathering place early morning to meet up with those we might have missed the prior days and it’s here one also buys the show catalog. Dennis Sprung, president of the AKC and John Reeve-Newsome with nimble fingers were busy selling the coveted book listing all entries, 1678 in all. Mr. Sprung asked me to write something to Walter Goodman, past president of Montgomery as well as past board member of the AKC. I wrote my note to this very special man on the Norfolk page as he owned two of my dogs. Those that knew Walter knew he was gravely ill but I don’t think we expected his passing to happen the day of this show. Yet it was so fitting that coinciding with his beloved Skye terriers taking to the ring Walter passed. I suggest you read about him in the Oct. 11th issue of Dog News. Continued on page 103

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the finished product in the full-length mirror and practice facial expressions to maintain, in the event I encounter an old nemesis or in the event someone blurts: “OMG I had no idea it was you---you’re bald!” MISSJOANIE welcomes the opportunity to babysit MURHPY FRENCH during our reunion getaway. “Now listen, there is no need to drive back to Belmont, back to Friendship, and up over the hill. Just turn left out of the drive, go until the road ends, turn right until that road ends, turn left, and the Rod and Gun Club is up the hill on your left.” MISSJOANIE guides. “OK, great! I think I can handle that.” I state, wishing she had not mentioned the short cut and we had extra time before the inevitable. BIG MICHAEL and I turn left into the Rod and Gun Club driveway. I pull VOLVO to the right, onto the large grassy area and park at the far side of an already established line of cars. I maneuver VOLVO next to a large, deep red 4X4 pickup truck. A tall, strong-looking woman sits in the passenger seat with the door half-open. I climb from the driver’s seat. She towers over me as I rise. “Hello! Who are you?” She asks using a very deep, bold tone. “Hello, I am Michael Faulkner.” “You don’t say. Well, who would have thought. You don’t remember me, do ya?” “I am sorry, you look familiar… but I can’t recall.” “It’s PHYLLIS, PHYLLIS B. You know I married PAUL V.” There is a pause. It seems like an eternity before it finally clicks and I am aware of with whom I am speaking. “Oh, right, PHYLLIS---You are BOBBY’S sister and you lived on the hill above us,” I add. “Yep, that’s me. Now who is this tall good looking man with you?” “This is BIG MICHAEL, my partner,” I introduce. “What? You mean to tell me that you two have not gotten hitched yet? Well, I need to call my friend the preacher and we can have a wedding right here at the class reunion. Hot damn this will be exciting!! Are you up for it?” PHYLLIS, announces, almost quivering with excitement. “I don’t think we are ready to quite tie the knot and when we do, it would be nice to have our family and friends with us,” I explain. “Well, if you change your mind, let me know.” PHYLISS politely shares---just a tad deflated. She lumbers off towards the reunion hall, leading the way. I enter the hall before BIG MICHAEL. You could hear a hummingbird pass gas as my grandfather would say. All heads turn in our direction. I am painfully aware, as we march towards the eighteen classmates, who have gathered for our thirty-fifth year reunion, that we are probably the first gay couple they have encountered and probably the first gay couple to grace the Rod and Gun Club. “MICHAEL, BIG MICHAEL so good to see you.” MEREDA, runs forward, arms open with hugs for both of us. BIG MICHAEL, like a true gentleman, full of worldly class, begins working the room. I watch each and every classmate become captivated by his charm, his listening skills, and his natural ability to acknowledge and put people at ease. I, on the other hand, struggle through the mixture of people, trying to stay engaged in the conversations. I become excited when MR. and MRS BUZZARD approach. They married one month after graduation and currently have a garlic farm and apiary in the county. Being a fellow beekeeper, I am immediately impressed, engaged, and an active and willing participant in the conversation. I am also impressed that the BUZZARDS brought containers of honey and small bags of fresh garlic for each classmate to take home. I spend, what seems an hour or so, talking bees, when there is a tap on my shoulder. I turn around. “BOBBIE--- So good to see you, you have not changed one bit,” I say, speaking the truth. BOBBIE was a dear friend through High School. She acquired a Golden Retriever from my family that became a devoted member of her family for almost sixteen years. In High School, BOBBIE and I worked part-time for the same veterinarian. She went on to become a vet tech and now she works in medical research for the Federal Government. BOBBIE, MEREDA, her husband LINDSEY, MR. and MRS. BUZZARD and I begin conversing, as if thirty-five years had never passed. “Do you remember when… do you remember who….” The conversations would start and finish. I look across the room and BIG MICHAEL is seated between classmates LAURIE and MARY. They take turns handing him numerous vintage 74 Dog News

photographs---several containing images of a much thinner me with a full head of blonde hair. BIG MICHAEL sends me a high-five and a wink through the air. I smile, turn towards the bar, and pour myself another glass of wine. Slowly, I sip from the plastic cup, savoring each drop. I lose myself into the smooth sounds of the Player 1978 classic hit “Baby Come Back,” playing from the laptop that sits on a folding chair, plugged into the wall next to the bar. Spending all my nights, all my money, goin’ out on the town Doin’ anything just to get you off of my mind But when the morning comes, I’m right back where I started again And tryin’ to forget you is just a waste of time Baby come back, any kind of fool could see There was something in everything about you Baby come back, you can blame it all on me I was wrong and I just can’t live without you All day long, wearing a mask of false bravado Tryin’ to keep up a smile that hides the tears But as the sun goes down, I get that empty feeling again How I wish to God that you were here Baby come back, any kind of fool could see There was something in everything about you Baby come back, you can blame it all on me I was wrong and I just can’t live without you……… Before Player completes the song, I sneak out the side-door of the Rod and Gun Club hall, holding a freshly poured glass of wine and proceed to walk through the tall grass toward a large pond. My reunion is falling into place and it’s getting to feel like I was actually meant to attend (the wine certainly helps). Reaching the water’s edge, I look across the rippling water and I am immediately flooded with emotion and memories. I was so wrapped up in my anxious pre-class reunion state that I failed to remember I used to come here every week with my Golden Retrievers, my Flat-Coated Retriever, and my Mother’s Spaniels for swimming exercises. I look across the rippling water again and I see Jesse, the Golden Retriever, swimming alongside Bart, the Flat-Coated Retriever, in a gentle attempt to steal the retrieving dummy from his jaws. Arthur, Ginny, Yorkie, and Hennessey, the Field Spaniels, with minds of their own, randomly spring in and out of the water. They quickly realize they are no competition for the Retrievers and find other ways to amuse themselves. Taking great pleasure in watching them thoroughly enjoy the freedom of land and water, I marvel at each water entry and I am captivated by the way they shake and release water from their coats. I joyfully watch the Spaniels scent their way through the grass, becoming excited when finding a personal treasure. I am amazed that no matter how many attempts I give Jesse the Golden Retriever, Bart, the Flat Coated Retriever, always finishes first. I am forced to hold him back---every so often---to give the others the sense of pure retrieving joy. I find extreme pleasure in the sprays of cold water and mud that soak my jeans, my black paddock boots, and my black silk T-shirt…in my mind’s eye. And, I could care less what I look like. It’s about what I feel like inside and out. “MICHAEL, MICHAEL where are you?” BIG MICHAEL shouts from above. “I am down here. I am down here next to the pond, experiencing the best thirty-fifth year class reunion I could have ever hoped for!!


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he 2013 NSDTR-USA National Specialty Show was held in Syracuse, NY on October 2-6, 2013. It was the largest US specialty thus far with a total entry of 307 in Obedience, Rally, and Conformation, 128 Runs in agility, and 74 entries in field events. But, the best thing about our specialty was the smiles. It was our first year dividing judging between 2 days, giving exhibitors ample time to just hang out and talk. Terri Cingerman judged Obedience, Stephanie Podejko judged Rally, Elaine Lessig judged our beginner puppy and Sweepstakes classes. Stacey Restaino our Junior Show and Virginia Lyne our Conformation, all drawing record entries. From our first gathering on Thursday at our annual meeting, to our awesome Friday night Dinosaur BBQ pool party and Saturday Banquet, we had fun, fun, fun. Conversing with old friends and new ones; discussing their dogs, competitors’ dogs and the sheer magnitude of such an event. To see that many Tollers in one place is amazing. To watch these dogs competing in conformation and obedience on one day; then participating in field events the next. These versatile dogs do it all. One could have heard a pin drop when people were in awe at our veteran classes and the laughter during our beginner puppy classes. The mood was light and happy and it seemed all were just having a good time. The Saturday evening events were fantastic. We had silent auctions, followed by raffles, the banquet and a live auction. All events were attended by a minimum of 125 people. The meal was great, and then I became auctioneer and did the live auction. We had a blast, getting people to bid on items against themselves. One could hear the laughter throughout the hotel. As I watched people I realized that I was truly lucky to be part of such a great group of dog people. I had attended other specialty events for other breeds, but I truly felt this group is like their dogs. They too are jokers of the retriever world. Ready to work at a moment’s notice, but having fun with it. Exhibitors participating in everything from cleaning the facility after the breed to throwing ducks at the field event. It was a great event to be a part of.

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ONSTANCE BARTON, the former American Kennel Club field representative, passed away this week at the age of 88. CONNIE led a full life. The mother of two daughters, DEBRA (who breeds and shows dogs) and TAUNIE. Twice married, the last time to GORDON BARTON, who had a famed gallery in Middleburg, Virginia. CONNIE went on to manage the Springfield Kennels of MRS. ROBERT V. CLARK. With was taken ill during his judging CONNIE’S direction LIZ CLARK bred trip during the Montgomery and owned some of the country’s top weekend, is doing well but has winning dogs. It was a heady time, to remain close to home for the during those Middleburg days. When next week or so. Unable to judge CONNIE joined the kennel club, she the centenary show of the Wire was a taskmaster. Thought to be kinder Fox Terrier Club in England this to her friends (except at a poker table) past weekend, PETER GREEN she was a capable and thorough in her was asked to replace him. job. We were friends for many years and Nothing like a pleasant surprise, she will be missed by her many friends. just ask LISA & HARRY MILLER During her last years, she moved to when they were told that their an assisted retirement community in youngest son JOHN MILLER and Virginia and we didn’t see much of GRAHM SWAYZE were married. her. All of us at DOG NEWS send our JOHN is known to most of you as deepest sympathies to her children. The the tall man at his father’s side AKC HUMANE FUND has announced organizing parking at many east that KINKY BOOTS, the multiple Tony coast dog shows and mom LISA award winning musical, is the selection is a professional handler. GRAHM for the Theatre Benefit during the is the daughter of hound fancier Westminster Kennel Club weekend. JAN SWAYZE. All of us at DOG After several years of less than sterling NEWS send our best wishes to selections, acquiring a block of tickets GRAHM & JOHN and wish them to KINKY BOOTS, one of the hottest every happiness. The Canadian tickets on Broadway, is great news. Dog Judge’s Association honored The book was written by Tony winner judge R. WILLIAM TAYLOR on HARVEY FIERSTEIN and the music by his becoming an emeritus judge. Tony winner CYNDI LAUPER and it stars BILL was a regular judge in the Tony winner for best actor in a musical States, so much so that he was BILLY PORTER. These tickets are sure on a small select list of Canadian to sell out quickly, you can contact the judges who could judge in the American Kennel Club for reservations States an unlimited amount of and information. The world famous times in one calendar year. BILL Irishman HARRY O’DONOGHUE, who

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judged around the world and like his late partner NIGEL AUBREYJONES, their knowledge and talents were legend. The quieter of the two, BILL’S stamp of approval on any dog was sought after. Happy in retirement, the ranks of judges have lost one of their best. In England, BETTY FLAVELL has awarded her last set of tickets, as she retires from judging. BETTY has judged around the world and in the States. A funny, outspoken lady, she is great fun and hopefully she will continue to attend shows as a spectator. Pointer people, start saving your money cause come February the JOHN MARTIN TRACY 1886 painting of Sensation and Bang Bang, the two Pointers imported from England that are behind every pedigree, will be auctioned. The added cache is that Sensation is the Westminster Kennel Club mascot. The estimated price of the painting is between $100,000 to $150,000. I would imagine that the Westminster Kennel Club will be a likely bidder at the Bonhams auction where the painting will be sold.


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ATHINGS Different Perspective AREN’T ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM……….. Continued FROM page 18

height of the dog measured to the withers. Some breeds want a little more leg than half – see the Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen, Siberian Husky and Border Collie standards, for example. Over the past couple decades or so, we have seen a decided increase in the numbers of short legged Shelties that also appear too long. In fact at times they have been so noticeable that breeders have dubbed them “shorgis.” The question usually arises, is it too long, or is it short legged, or is it both? The two problems don’t have to happen together in the same dog. We could go on for a while about what makes a dog

is about 7% of the dog’s overall height. Some of these dogs would not have appeared at all too long, if they had legs of the proper length. On the other hand, some were also too long, with the excess length found in the coupling. What surprised me a bit, though it shouldn’t have, was to find that my eye did not always provide an accurate assessment of leg length, and as you would predict, that was especially true in outdoor settings – that inch (or more!) of grass was definitely misleading in spite of taking it into consideration. A dog might give the decided impression

who started with hairier breeds and are accustomed to delving into the coats to discover the dog inside, tend to more readily take such things into account. I recall my surprised horror some years ago when I watched a group level judge evaluating a very hairy, “cloaked” breed by placing a hand on each dog’s head, then the withers, then the rump, and that was that and away the dog went on its gaiting pattern. Here was a judge who could have been so very easily fooled, and no doubt was. Well, the takeaway lesson from my fellow judge’s musings, and my casual research, is a

“...Just when we think we know what we are seeing, we might be wrong, and when we are looking at dogs, we absolutely, positively can’t always just believe our eyes.” long, because there are variables, but for now let’s just focus on short legs, or the appearance thereof. A couple years ago I decided to do an informal survey starting in the grooming area at the Sheltie national, doing “ballpark” hand measurements comparing the length of leg to elbow and the distance from elbow to withers. Shelties are examined on the table which makes this little exercise quite easy and quick. Since then I have looked at a number of Shelties with this in mind, with some interesting and instructive results. First, there indeed were, and are, a number of Shelties whose legs may be as much as an inch or so shorter than the distance from elbow to withers – not a happy finding, although not an unexpected one, given what we see in the ring. An inch though is quite a bit in a 15” dog, as that 82 Dog News

of short legs, but on the table, prove to have perfectly adequate length of leg, and that was sometimes true even indoors. Several factors, not all of which were always present, contributed to this. One of course was grass and low spots in outdoor rings. Another was markings on the front legs which misled the eye as to the actual location of the dog’s elbow. Black dogs, which did not have the lighter shading of coat under the belly, looked lower on leg. In many breeds I judge, more, longer hair on and under the brisket changes the appearance, as does the actual depth of brisket. Shorter hair there of course can make legs look longer. Impressions created by more or less hair obviously don’t apply to smooth coated dogs, on which so much more is plainly visible to the eye. Perhaps those of us

reminder that just when we think we know what we are seeing, we might be wrong, and when we are looking at dogs, we absolutely, positively can’t always just believe our eyes. And now off the topic – a book recommendation. Earlier this year I stumbled on an author who was new to me, by the name of David Rosenfelt. For those of you who enjoy fairly easy to read, entertaining novels, with some courtroom and whodunit ingredients – good airplane books, you know? – and dialog written with a suggestion of tongue in cheek, you might try this author. The big plus is that he is clearly head-over-heels crazy about dogs, something we can all relate to! The last one of his that accompanied me on a weekend of judging was titled Dog Tags. Have fun!


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National Specialty • Multiple Regional Specialty Multiple Best In Show Winner

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PWCCA 78th annual National Specialty Continued FROM page 63

and High In Trial was #2502, Ch Mach2 Sandfox Rags To Riches CD RN HXAsd MsM MXS MJS, Belli, Carol Donnelly. Our 2nd off site Event was VST, TD TDX tests at Sullivan Airport, Sullivan, Mo. Trial Secretary, Mary Samuel judged by Carol Clark, Cathy Hawkins and Linda Baschnagel. With five TDX entries and four VST entries there was one lucky pass at the trial, TDX, Kallista Finding Mr Right owned by Marilyn Steward. Monday, Sept 23, we are back to the Purina Events Center where we stay for all other Performance and Conformation events which includes, Obedience, Rally, Agility Sweepstakes, Veteran Sweepstakes, Jr Showmanship and Conformation. Monday is Obedience under Judge Diane Probst and Rally under Judge Faye Head. High in Trial and High Scoring Veteran from the Open A class with a 194 was Mach Crosswynd’s Detailed Design CD RA MXB MJB owned and shown by Elizabeth Woodman. There was no High Combined and there is no High in Trial for Rally though there were plenty of exhibitors with 66 Obedience entries including three teams and 66 rally entries. Tuesday, September 24, Purina goes all out rolling out grass mats over their fabulous padded floors for Agility. Again classes are filled and avidly run all day under judge Deb Auer. There is no High in Agility Trial but all of these class wins in all performance events counted toward the Triathalon Challenge and other awards. Before we move on to coverage of the rest of the National Specialty, the Triathlon Challenge deserves an explanation and of course the winner. The challenge honors the most Versatile Corgi of the 2013 National Specialty. To be eligible a dog must enter and com-

pete in at least three events offered at the National Specialty, agility, herding, obedience, rally, tracking and conformation. The Corgi earning the highest number of points during the week will be awarded winner of the Triathlon Challenge and recognized at the Saturday Evening Banquet. This year’s winner with a score of 52+ was our Herding Trial winner Ch Mach2 Sandfox Rags To Riches CD RN HXAd MsM MXS MJS owned, trained and shown by Carol Donnelly. Tuesday Night starts off the social events with our Hospitality Welcome Party. To be honest, normally this is a come and go affair, walk around say hi, bye, catch up and leave. Not this year, Janet Bodin and Debbie Oliver with great Kudos to them. They came up with a 60’s themed ‘Corgioke’. Pre signup for participation, it was amazing to hear and see how funny most of us were in the song (can we say scream loudly) and dance (always a step off) department. We had a few talented singers and they were awarded by breeder judges Tom Bodin, Tim Mathiesen and Mari Carroll. Many were encouraged by Sonny and Cher, Madonna and more. They ended up laughing and dancing for hours. Amazingly we could all show dogs the next days as most of us out there live with various aches and pains. LOL. Wednesday, Sept 25, we start at 8:00 am with Sweepstakes judged by our own Joan Scott. With an entry of 136 and large classes like 31 6-9 bitches, she swiftly and decidedly worked through her entry. Best in Sweeps from the 9-12 bitch class was Double G’s Catamarans That Kind Of Girl, bred by DVM Martinia Greer, sired by our BOS winner (more on him later), owned by Dr. Greer, Kathryn Griffiths and I believe Yolanda Lininger and shown by new additional owner, Janet Bodin. BOS in Sweeps was WD, Nebriowa Saddleshoes from the 15-18 class, Owner/Breeder/Handled by Tim Mathiesen, co-bred and co-owned by Tom Dedini.

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Veteran Sweeps with an entry of 26, also judged by Joan Scott, was a beautiful event. So much fun watching these older dogs get their time back in the ring. PWCCA Veterans classes are age 8-10, 10-12 and 12 and over. I am proud to report we had entries in all classes and all classes had at least two. Best in Veteran Sweeps was beloved Clarabelle, or GCH Heronsway Send In The Clowns, owned and shown by Sally Miller and bred and co-owned by Anne Bowes. Clarabelle came from the 1012 class and earned her GCH as a Veteran at Specialties! BOS in Veteran Sweeps was Lance, Ch Peri Lane The Ghost Dancer, a beautiful tricolor from the 12 and older class. Breeder/Owner/Handled by Janet Bodin, co-bred and co-owned with hubby Tom Bodin. These two and the 24 other Veterans were all to be applauded, what a great sign for our breed. Unlike other Breeds, PWCCA does not have a futurity, Top 20 or event like that annually. Instead the show chairs come up with an event like these and upon Board approval, it’s a go. This year’s show Committee came up with Made In America Sweepstakes. Thanks and Big Kudos to Cam Thorne (our Ladybug Lady) for Chairing and Show Secretarying the Sweepstakes. This event, with a dinner, held at Purina Events Center was our Wed. evening’s entertainment. Qualifications: Open to owner handled (in the 1st round of competition) American Bred and Whelped in the USA, Dogs and Bitches from 18 mo to 8 years, Ch, Non Ch and Altered animals allowed. Divided into Three age groups (18 mo. to 3 yrs, 3 yrs to 6 yrs, 6-8 yrs) and four USA regions: West, Mid West, East, South. Cash prizes for Semi Finalist, Division and Best In Sweepstakes. Entries limited to first 100 entries received. Division Judges were Shannon Stone and Cathy Donovan. Best MIA Sweepstakes judge was David Guempel. Judging took place in two rings with judges drawn day of Sweepstakes for the regions. The Final four were; West, GCH Pennyshire Solid Alibi, Mike and Debbie Burke, WA. Midwest, Greenwoods Secret Garden, Dede Rodgers, OH. East, and Best In Sweepstakes, GCH Aubrey’s Moon River, Cynthia and Vince Savioli, NJ and South GCh Sandfox Kismet, Vicki Sandage, KY. Thursday morning starting at 8:30 our Continued on page 101


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AKC CANINE TEST

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In CGC Evaluation, the dog and owner come into a ring and walk around three people who are a “crowd.” In AKC Community Canine Evaluation, the dog and handler are taken on a walk through a real crowd if the test is done at a show for example. When it’s done in the community, the test might be given at a busy park or on a city sidewalk. Some therapy dog groups will give it in a therapy dog setting such as a nursing home. [In the case of the latter, the test only would be given in a nursing home to those dogs already involved in pet assisted therapy and activities at the facility.] CGC exercises being tested in a ring environment during a CGC Test. Photo credit for both pictures: Mary Bloom © American Kennel Club

AKC COMMUNITY CANINE TEST Advanced Canine Good Citizen (the “CGCA” title)

To earn the CGCA title, the dog must 1) be registered or listed with AKC (AKC number, PAL, or AKC Canine Partners number), and 2) already have a Canine Good Citizen award/title on record. Dogs must pass all 10 items of the test to receive the CGCA title. 1. Dog stands, sits or lies down and waits under control while the owner: • sits at the registration table and fills out paperwork or, • if the test is done in the community, dog waits while the owner sits and has a snack or visits with another person (e.g., at a park) 2. Walks on loose leash in a natural situation (not in a ring); does not pull. • left turn • right turn • stop • fast and slow pace 3. Walks on loose leash through a crowd • at a show or in class, this item is tested in a real crowd and not in a ring • in the community, dog walks on the sidewalk, through a crowd at a community fair, park, on a trail, through a busy hallway, etc. 4. Dog walks past distraction with dogs present; does not pull. This item may be tested along with #3 if there are dogs in the crowd, etc. • at a show or class, dog walks by dogs waiting in the crowd; dogs 2 ft. apart • in the community, dog walks by other dogs on a trail, sidewalk, in a hallway, etc. 5. Sit–stay in small group (3 other people with dogs). Owners and dogs are in an informal circle/square, while owners have a conversation. Dogs are all on the owner’s left side and on leash; 3 ft. apart. (at least 30 seconds)

6. Dog allows person who is carrying something (backpack, computer bag, etc.) to approach and pet it. “May I pet your dog?” (Item carried is placed on the floor/ground before the person pets the dog) 7. “Leave it.” Dog walks by food and follows owner instructions, “Leave it.” This can be food placed by the test evaluator on the floor or ground in a food dish with a wire cover as in Rally. 8. Down or sit stay–distance (owner’s choice). Dog is on 20–ft. line, owner walks away with back to dog, picks up an item (e.g., backpack, training bag, clipboard, folder etc.) placed on the floor/chair/ground by the evaluator and returns to the dog. 9. Recall with distractions present (coming when called). Handler goes out (off center) on 20-ft. line and calls dog. Dog is on the 20–ft. line from #8 above. (See diagram below.) 10. Dog will sit or stand stay (owner’s choice), while owner enters/exits a doorway or narrow passageway. Owner calls dog through door when ready. (Owner may also choose to 1) send the dog through first and have the dog wait for the owner, or 2) the owner may choose to have the dog go through the doorway at the owner’s side. Whichever method is used, the dog must not pull the owner and must be under good control. Think of the handler having the leash in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other. Doorway or gate can be real or simulated with ring gates, two chairs, or a natural passageway in the community (e.g., entrance to a trail).

Is the AKC Community Canine test May food treats be given done on-lead? as a reward? Dr. Burch: It is entirely done on-lead. For the stays, we use a 20 ft. line to ensure that all dogs remain safe during the test.

What about training collars? May prong or choke collars be used?

Dr. Burch: Specialty training collars are not permitted in the CGC or AKC Community Canine tests. Dogs may wear slip collars, buckle collars, or body harnesses.

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he American Kennel Club® Canine Good Citizen® (CGC) Program is a wonderful way to introduce training concepts to new owners and teach them about responsible dog ownership according to Janet Mines Krings. She was the Evaluator for the AKC Community Canine® Test held at the fifth annual American Kennel Club® Meet the Breeds® event at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City in September 2013. The benefits of CGC training don’t stop there however.

CGC Evaluator Janet Mines Krings tests the ability, of Dorice Stancher’s dog Krista, to perform the “Dog waits while under control” CGCA Exercise. Photo credit: Mary Burch © American Kennel Club

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“CGC trained dogs are much easier to live with!” Mines Krings says. “They’re easier to walk on leash and more welcomed visitors when traveling. CGC skills make them more manageable around the house, as well, and help keep them safe—A dog on a reliable sit/ stay isn’t going to dash out an open front door. Also, many landlords view CGC titles as an indication of an owner’s commitment to responsible dog ownership, and rates for home owner’s insurance may be positively impacted by them.” Dorice Stancher began CGC training with her dog, Krista (CAN CH Holweit’s Red Grenadine, ThD, CGC, CGCA, RN, HIT), when the Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier was a puppy. Krista went on to pass the CGC Evaluation at 1 year of age and was the first dog to take the AKC Community Canine test at the AKC Meet the Breeds event mentioned above. Because Stancher is a CGC Evaluator as well, Krista was tested by Mines Krings. Stancher also believes the program is beneficial to dogs and their owners in a variety of ways. “The CGC Program should be part of the training every family dog receives,” she says. “Its goals are attainable, the sequence is logically based on age and appropriate behavior, it builds dog and handler confidence and the bond they share, and it’s a great platform on which to try other AKC companion events like Obedience, Rally, Agility and Tracking.” In the case of the latter for example, Stancher was introduced to AKC Obedience while doing CGC

training with her first Wheaten. She ended up titling him in it too. “We won High in Trial at our national specialty as Novice A entrants,” she says. “I don’t think I would have even participated had I not been exposed to the opportunity when training for CGC.” Given the above, Stancher believes AKC S.T.A.R. Puppy, CGC and the CGCA are one of the best ways to introduce new owners to all they can do with their dogs and thus attract new participants to AKC events. As a CGC Evaluator since 1994 and the owner of a multi-titled, 9 year old Flat-Coated Retriever named “Hero” (Marquis Arthurian King UD, RAE, VER, JH, CGC, WCX), Mines Krings agrees. “In my experience, many new owners aren’t interested in competition because they think it’s too difficult and out of their reach,” she says. “But the three CGC levels offer achievable goals. Many dog owners are so motivated after passing the S.T.A.R. Puppy or CGC test; they take a Rally or Agility class with the hope of competing.” “During the CGC classes that I teach, the children often get so hooked on training that they go on to show their dogs,” Stancher says. “That’s important because they’re the future of the sport of dogs. They’re the ones who will keep it going.”

Dr. Burch: We recognize that food rewards can be very effective during training. However, they aren’t permitted in the CGC or AKC Community Canine tests. Because CGC is about the partnership between the owner and dog, food rewards should be faded for the few short minutes of the test. Verbal praise during the evaluation is permitted however.

What is the abbreviation for the new title?

Dr. Burch: All dogs who pass the AKC Community Canine test can earn the CGCA, which stands for Canine Good Citizen Advanced. The title will appear on the dog’s title record and the suffix, “CGCA,” may be listed after the dog’s name.

What costs are involved with taking the test?

Dr. Burch: The costs for CGCA are similar to CGC costs. There is a $20 processing fee that is sent to AKC for the title, which includes a certificate showing “CGCA” after the dog’s name. If the dog owner takes a class before taking the test, a fee for the course is paid to the instructor. about the new AKC Community Canine title, see the sidebar article or visit https://www.akc.org/ dogowner/training/akc_community_canine/ links.cfm.

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Montgomery County Weekend 2013 Through Devon - Part One Continued FROM page 57

of these great Wires had been seen together at the World Show in Paris in 2011. This was the first time “Sky” had been to Europe, but “Sparky” already had a big record throughout all of Europe. “Sparky” became best male and “Sky” best bitch. The tension was felt by all ringside and our own Connie Clark was back and forth between the two. On the day, “Sky” was the winner and went on to win the Terrier group and third BIS. By the time Wires were finished most of the groups were finished. That evening walking to dinner, Jamie Hubbard was raving about how strong his Sporting group was. I had judged the Sporting group last year and no really top dogs went without a ribbon. After he told me his placements and also some dogs that did not place I could understand just how much depth of quality he had. It made me make a point to see the Sporting group the following day and realized how Jamie had hard decisions to make. Bob Shreve was in command of the Terrier group and later that evening was saying what a challenge it was to narrow it down to the four placements. Keke Kahn had a super lineup of seven for Best. “Sky” and “Matise” were the predicted favorites, being the #1 and #2 top dogs in America. Keke had already awarded “Matise” some big wins, including Best at Bucks County. On the night, “Sky” became her Best and “Matise” Reserve.

Thursday evening the Cock & Bull was the venue for a very large dinner for judges and members. The talk of the evening was the tremendous amount of depth of quality in so many breeds. Everyone was anticipating seeing what great finds they would have before them the following day. The trivia that happened over the next three days will be the next part to be written about this great weekend. My only assignment on Friday was judging BIS so there was no rush to get to bed early. After the sumptuous Hatboro dinner a group of friends enjoyed a nightcap in the bar discussing all the wonderful Terriers they saw earlier in the day. Thanks to Sally Feinberg, who is in charge of hospitality, she was able to get the manager to allow for one more drink after last call. It is no small chore for Sally to arrange rooms for fifty people, transportation back and forth to the show etc., etc. All the judges owe Sally a great deal of gratitude for making our Hatboro assignments so enjoyable and comfortable. Surprisingly I awoke Friday much before sunrise and had several hours to kill before judging would begin. Friday I tried to see a few of the breeds I did not see any of on Thursday. I did

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gravitate back to the Smooth ring to see some classes I had not seen the day before. Talking with some gentlemen from England, they told me they have a Smooth from Jim Smith that is doing well on that side of the pond. American bred Smooths have been doing well in so many corners of the globe. Several very nice dogs shown over the weekend will also be going off to foreign lands. With all Terriers being finished, I got to see the Hound Group, which was second to last. The Hound group had such depth of quality that many top quality dogs did not even make the cut. Was pleased to see the Greyhound, who won the specialty, place for the second day in a row. A very nice Bloodhound, who had just won the National under Houston Clark, had to go without a ribbon all weekend. This dog shown by a young handler has had no advertising, but has been able to do a fair amount of winning. With some backing behind him, I am sure his winning would increase greatly. The Afghan, “Matrix” became the winner for Keke Kahn. Friday Vandra Huber had a stellar Terrier group. At least twenty of the breed winners were worthy to place in the group. On a previous occasion, Vandra had not awarded the group to “Sky”, which rarely happens so this added to the excitement for all watching. Vandra, after a super cut of dogs, made “Sky” her winner. Peggy Beisel McIlwaine was invited to judge BIS at the Friday event. Since she was not doing any breeds over the weekend, she declined so she could show her White Bull Terrier bitch. I am sure nearly all Terrier exhibitors would rather show than judge Best. Doing a breed at Hatboro is even more exciting than judging Best In Show. I was pleased to accept the assignment and enjoyed it. I thought the line-up to be of very high quality, even though “Matisse” had gone elsewhere. Several of the seven I had given good wins to before. Although the Black Standard Poodle, “Dino”, shown by Amy Rutherford, has been in this country for a year and a half now, I had never judged him before. As a young dog at PCA in 2012, I did have my hands on him after he went RWD. Thought he had much to offer and was so pleased he sired the WD this year at PCA. After PCA, the son returned to England where Jason Lynn and Michael Gadsby are setting a big record on him. As judges we are in the ring to evaluate breeding stock. Even if someone knows nothing about a breed most can find a fault. The better judges find what a dog has to offer the breed. When a couple of years ago, the Smooth Fox “Dodger” won over 100 Bests, I hope many awarded him these wins on what he could do for the breed. Many might have made these awards strictly on his walking ability and super showmanship. It is interesting to note “Dodger” get dominated the Smooth ring this year. By the time for Best, it had been a long, hot two days for all of the dogs. I was pleased just how well all of them performed, but made a point


to keep them in the shade. I thought some of the group and breed judges kept them in the sun longer than they should have. In most countries of the world, FCI has 10 groups; four or five awards are given for Best. Up until recently we were the only country in the world that awarded only one winner. On the night Reserve Best went to the Afghan, “Matrix”. Having judged the breed for 35 years and having a keen interest in the breed for over 50 years, I find him so pleasing in so many ways. Earlier this summer he became the first Afghan I have ever awarded Best. I know it is hard to breed to dogs when they are being heavily campaigned, but when retired I hope this dog will be incorporated into the American lines. His sire is an American bred dog.

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hen “Sky” was awarded Best she joined the 100 club. This became the second dog co-owned by Victor Malzoni, Jr., to achieve this. Just a few months ago his German Wirehaired Pointer, “Oakley” did that. Last year “Oakley” had gone Reserve to “Sky”. It is rare we see the same owner winning Best and Reserve. This 100th Best, I am sure, is memorable to the whole “Sky” team. For me it will never be as memorable as the first time I saw her and quickly said she will win 100 Bests. I did after tease Gabe and the team about the first time I judged her and they were disappointed I put her over their big winning special of the day. In January of 2010, at Orange Empire, I was judging Wire male class dogs. As I returned to the table to mark my book I became very distracted by a young Wire bitch standing outside the ring. I had a hard time taking my eyes off of her, but WD still was waiting to be judged. She was standing with a young Japanese boy that I knew worked with Gabe. I was surprised when this young man entered the ring with this barely lead broken bitch instead of Gabe. I only learned recently why Gabe did not show her. When he saw me staring at her he did not want her to look too kind in case I would put her over the specials, mainly his. There were five

nice specials males, that had all done their share of winning. I do not usually judge slowly, but made a long contest with the males, since it gave me an excuse to keep looking at the class bitch. All of the handlers admitted she was not ready, but had great promise. A very close friend was surprised that she won the breed. I answered, “I have a crystal ball.” He said, “What?” I answered that my crystal ball shows me the future and it shows 100 Bests in the future. This might sound like a funny story, but is absolutely true. Today it is cute how “Sky” kisses all the judges, but on the first time I had her on the table, she jumped up and wrapped her legs around my neck and was licking my face. The young Japanese handler was very embarrassed, but I loved the outgoing spirit. Friday evening meant moving to the Hilton Garden Inn in Fort Washington. A cool shower and a large iced coffee was greatly enjoyed before going to dinner. Mike Buckley, the Shaws (Nancy and Abbe) and I enjoyed a very relaxing dinner at “Scoogi’s”. This is a very popular spot for so many. Just a few miles from so many of the hotels and has great home style Italian. David Merriam, Matt and Gene were at a neighboring table. Another table right next to us with Claire Johnson, Brenda Newcomb, Alex Geremia and Debbie Kennedy. Brenda is fairly new to the Terrier world, but was enjoying the weekend greatly. Being I was in no hurry to arrive for the opening of Devon meant a nightcap with Mike Buckley discussing our impressions on what we had seen during the day. It is always a treat when falling into bed that one does not leave a wake up call or setting an alarm. Leisurely arriving at Devon, the first setup I came across was of Gabe Rangel. When I asked if they had celebrated big, they had not even gotten dinner. This weekend is probably the hardest weekend of all for the handlers. Most of the Terrier handlers literally get maybe two to three hours sleep at the very most. All of these Terriers have to have their furnishings washed out after each show. You do not want to leave all that brown dust that collects in their furnishings. At the Wire ring on Friday a friend’s Border Terrier was rolling in brown dust. Teasing I said he will not need any daffee tomorrow.

Like so many other clubs, Devon is not the show it once was. At one time, in the LaFore and Robson days, it was one of the most prestigious shows in the country. Probably because of economic reasons the venue has been reduced in size and not kept in the condition it once was. I believe at one time the entry was about 3,500 dogs and this year only 2,097. Interesting that the Friday show at Hatboro drew about 200 more dog than Devon. This must be a record to see a Saturday show smaller than the Friday show. But also Hatboro was up and they cater to the Terrier people. Being so many Terrier people dislike the Devon venue they hold their sweeps on that day, at different locations. Right near the Devon grounds is a shooting range and this is very disagreeable to a lot of dogs. The number one dog in America and the number two Terrier, were so bothered by this firing of guns they were not competitive. Gabe got “Sky” excused during the breed judging. “Columbus”, the ever charming super showdog, was greatly upset in the group and was not competitive. There were other wonderful showing dogs that were bothered by the guns firing constantly. The dog show brings a lot of money to the town and they should not allow this gun firing to take place the day of the show. AKC approves showgrounds and they have put a limit on the entry. Hopefully AKC will consider a venue next to a firing range inappropriate. Clubs are always having to make changes and maybe it is time for Devon to change venues. Several years ago when the show was cancelled due to flooding, it could have gone on if it was held on the Hatboro grounds. The Hatboro grounds can take large amounts of rain better than the Devon grounds can. There is a saying “Saving the Best for Last.” Impressions and trivia of Montgomery will follow shortly. I would be remiss in not noting the Welsh, “Jennie”, put on a fabulous show and Clay Coady awarded her Best. Since Clay showed some great Welsh her breeders, owners and handler had to take great pride on the memorable win.

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PUREBREDS DON’T KILL SHELTER DOGS If ‘disparaging animal mobsters’ suggest purebred dogs cause shelter dogs to die then perhaps ‘no children should be born until all orphans are adopted’. Take care and yes I’m still in ‘the game’ -still in Montana- still judge- still have birthdays! :))) Mardee Ward Livingston, MT RE: ‘A JUDGE SPEAKS OUT’ To the unknown person behind the Mask Or is it the man without a fancy? - Forced to roam the seven seas with no contact with the fancy - just censored words to summarize fifty-seven years dedicated to the fancy and purebred dogs. Paper work should never be the sole criteria to the judging approval process. To be evaluated along with a three time suspension candidate? Could this masked candidate be a provisional judge? Possibly, thanks

to the masked application. So much for reputation and integrity. As a Senior Project Engineer I had to both hire and evaluate personnel for merit raises and promotion - this was done based on past performance and not what was written on a “masked” piece of paper. Over the years I recommended three people for Division VicePresident, one woman and two men - they all made it. No judge should agree to work in any capacity in the approval process until the applications are unmasked. Yes - And we know you are not alone, as we are with you. Thanks for the great article - The last paragraph caught me off-guard. Hopefully you and others will be unmasked and sanity will reign in the approval process. Ed and Pat Gilbert Paradise, CA AKC Obedience, Rally, and Conformation Judge NOMINATIONS SOUGHT FOR INTERNATIONAL CANINE HEALTH AWARDS After a successful inaugural year, the International Canine Health Awards are returning to celebrate the world’s finest researchers and scientists in canine health. Nominations are currently being sought for the prestigious awards, which are run by the Kennel Club Charitable Trust and include substantial cash prizes donated by Vernon and Shirley Hill of Metro Bank. They will be awarded at the world’s biggest dog show, Crufts, at the NEC, Birmingham in March 2014 and are the largest veterinary awards in Europe. With a prize fund totalling £60,000, the Kennel Club Charitable Trust is urging people to

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nominate deserving candidates by the deadline of November 15th. The International Canine Health Awards feature two categories open world-wide to celebrate work by dedicated individuals which has made significant advancements to dog health: the International Prize in Canine Health and the Lifetime Achievement Award. A third category is open only to students studying at a British veterinary university who have shown the greatest potential to advance canine health and welfare. Mike Townsend, Chairman of the Kennel Club Charitable Trust said: “Following the high calibre of the nominations for the first year of the competition, we at the Kennel Club Charitable Trust are eagerly awaiting this year’s nominations. “Last year’s winners, Dr Elaine Ostrander, Dr Gustavo Aguirre and student, Emily Milodowski all thoroughly encompassed the ethos of the awards; their work revolutionising dog health and ensuring the prize money will go a long way to help dogs in the future. In this year’s nominees we are again looking for people who are passionate about helping improve the future of dog health and I am sure we will not be disappointed.” Vernon Hill, founder and Chairman of Metro Bank, and whose major gift underwrites the International Canine Health Awards, said: “We are proud to support these important awards for the second year in succession, to fund research that helps transform canine health by encouraging the same visionary thinking and innovation that Metro Bank champions. At Metro Bank, ‘Dogs Rule’.” The closing date for the awards is November 15th 2013, and nominations are sought in the following categories: • The Lifetime Achievement Award – presented to an individual who has made a significant impact on the world stage of canine health. • The International Prize in Canine Health Award – presented to an individual currently involved in world class innovation but with much still to contribute. • The Student Inspiration Award - specifically for individuals who have shown the greatest potential to advance canine health and welfare studying at a British veterinary school. The awards will be judged by representatives from the veterinary profession and the world of scientific research, including experts in the nominees’ selected fields. To nominate one or more individuals for these awards, please contact Fay Moore via email at fay.moore@thekennelclub.org.uk or by post at Fay Moore, The Kennel Club Charitable Trust, 1-5 Clarges Street, Piccadilly, London, W1J 8AB. For further information visit: http://www. thekennelclub.org.uk/our-resources/kennel-clubcharitable-trust/international-canine-healthawards/. Laura Quickfall London, England


YOUNG KENNEL CLUB ARTIST COMPETITION GOES WORLDWIDE

The annual Children’s Art Competition is now in its sixth year and the YKC team never fails to be impressed by the calibre of entries. Lucy Smith, YKC Manager said: “This competition is a highlight of my year. Our members are obviously talented when it comes to dog handling, agility, obedience and other activities, but I never cease to be amazed at the artistic abilities our members have. “Millie Clark, the overall winner of last year’s competition, submitted a fantastic image of her and her brother walking their dogs and I am sure she will go on to do wonderful things. I am really looking forward to see what this year’s competition will bring.” How to enter: Entries can be produced using the following mediums: paint, pastels, pencil, pen and crayons. All artwork must be a maximum size of A3 and must be presented on one side of a sheet of paper. The artwork should be produced by an individual YKC member and only one entry can be accepted per member. On the back of your artwork you need to include your full name, age, address, email address and phone number. The deadline for entries is 31st January 2014, and entries should be sent to the YKC Office, The Kennel Club, 1-5 Clarges Street, Piccadilly, London, W1J 8AB. For further information and to view last year’s winners, please visit www.ykc.org.uk/ykc-artist-yearcompetition.

The popular Young Kennel Club (YKC) Children’s Art Competition is back and this year’s theme is ‘Dogs on Holiday’. The competition offers YKC members the opportunity to show off their artistic skills along with their love of dogs. With the ‘Dogs on Holiday’ theme members can let their imaginations run free, painting their dog anywhere in the world. Where would your dog go on his dream holiday? Would an American Cocker like to visit the Statue of Liberty or perhaps an Australian Shepherd might want to see the Sydney Opera House? And what if the pyramids in Egypt were really made of dog biscuits? There are three age categories for the competition: 6-11 years, 12-16 years and 17-24 years. A winner and runners up for each category will be chosen, plus an overall winner. All age group winning images will be on display at the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts, and the winners will each receive a bumper artist’s gift set. The overall winner will also receive a year’s free YKC membership and a family ticket to Crufts to see their picture on display.

2014 Grants Webinar Series Part II October 22, 2013 Building on our 18 year commitment to the health of all dogs, the AKC Canine Health Foundation (CHF) has approved 17 research grants to 14 universities. These grants, totaling nearly $1.5 million in funding for researchers studying canine health, will ultimately equip veterinarians to meet the most pressing health concerns for dogs throughout the world. CHF’s main objective in funding canine health research is to be responsive to the concerns of dog owners and ultimately help all dogs live longer, healthier lives. Based on the ongoing accumulation of data received through health polls, as well as known areas of need in veterinary medicine, studies were chosen to fill critical gaps in knowledge. To highlight the goals and significance of the new research projects, a series of free, short webinars (5 - 10 minutes each) with Dr. Shila Nordone, CHF’s Chief Scientific Officer, are being released. Separated by research program area, Dr. Nordone explains how the grants will move canine health forward, with the end goal of helping dogs that come into

CHEERS FOR MARSHA HALL BROWN Many thanks for the wonderful article on Jimmy Butler which recently appeared in DOG NEWS. After German Shepherds and Poodles Steve wanted a Dandie Dinmont. We found a lovely puppy and our 20 years in this precious breed started. Our first handler for our “Peasblossom” was Bob Bartos. He showed her in Seattle and won there. We then found out that a “Dandie great” was Jimmy Butler. We shipped her to him--and he loved her. He finished her very quickly and she came home a Champion. From there we hired Pat Tripp from Canada and she showed many lovely Dandies for us. Our last dog Graymorns Hoot Mom O’Dowell had many Groups and Bests in show and finished as a top dog in the US and Top Terrier in Canada. Thanks go to Jimmy who started us the right way. He was a friend and helper who was a True Dog Man. In 1974 I received my judges approval. We retired our dogs as we did not believe in showing and judging at the same time. It was a fun and wonderful time along the way. Stephen and Jeannine Dowell Kent, Washington

Laura Quickfall London, England

EDITOR’S EXPLANATION The following winners were edited out of the Deborah Cooper report about the Shar-Pei National. This was an arbitrary decision based on a lack of space allotted to the story. We apologize for any inconvenience caused. This info was originally submitted by Mrs. Cooper. Futurity/Maturity: Best Brush Coat Puppy Dog: Jade East Diamonds On My Windshield Best Horsecoat Puppy Dog: Sun Tea Made U Smile Futurity Results Continued: Best Brushcoat Puppy Bitch: Shine’s Spin the Bottle Best Horsecoat Puppy Bitch: Siosalach CDN Cocktail Ftails Best Futurity Puppy: Jade East Diamonds On My Windshield JUNIORS: Best Brushcoat Junior Dog: Jade East Mission Into Space Best Horsecoat Junior Dog: CH Xu-Fei N O-Na-Pei Keep on Dreamin Best Brushcoat Junior Bitch: Tabirds Say It Again Best Horsecoat Junior Bitch: Camp Wrinkles Shooting the Moon Best Futurity Junior: Jade East Mission Into Space Grand Futurity Winner: Jade East Mission Into Space Grand Maturity Winner: CH Jade East Dancing Through the Milky Way Sweepstakes: Best Puppy in Sweepstakes: Shine’s Made From The Best Stuff on Earth Best Opposite Puppy in Sweepstakes: Jade East Diamonds On My Windshield Best In Veteran Sweepstakes: GCH Melvard’s Doll of Destiny Best Opposite Veteran in Sweepstakes: GCH Baggins I Did It My Way

the veterinary clinic. The free webinars can be viewed at www.akcchf.org/videos. • Webinars released today highlight the following program areas: • Gastrointestinal Disease • Musculoskeletal Conditions and Disease & Canine Athlete Initiative • Oncology • Ophthalmology • Renal Disease To support canine health research and educational programs, please consider making a donation today. AKC CHF Raleigh, NC

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Looking back, we know that these efforts were unsuccessful. However, for approximately three centuries they brought pain and suffering to millions of Irish and caused many Irish to leave the country for America, Canada, and other places where they could be free. Does the APHIS rule rise to the level of the Penal Laws? Well, perhaps not. But it certainly shares elements with them. I would also say that, taken as a whole, the laws that have been instigated by the animal rights movement to deprive breeders and pet owners of their rights are made with the same purpose as the Penal Laws. Animal rights laws are being made with the intention of making it as hard as possible to continue breeding dogs or other animals; and the new APHIS regulation falls into that category. These laws are also made with the intention of depriving us of our identity. The APHIS rule would change us from small home breeders to commercial breeders subject to the Animal Welfare Act laws. That means that you couldn’t have a litter of puppies in your bedroom or kitchen or interact with your dogs in the same way you do now. It would break the close bond you have with your dogs. While there are some possible exemptions under the APHIS rule, they are mostly found in the 88 pages of commentary that accompanies the actual rule which renders them somewhat “squishy.” They can be read as agency intent but, if push comes to shove when you are dealing with an APHIS inspector, the inspector can follow the letter of the rule. If you are claiming an exemption because you breed for “breeding purposes,” yet you sell some of your puppies as pets, you might find yourself being investigated by APHIS on a “case by case” basis. Even if APHIS is lenient with these exemptions in the beginning, it seems likely that this honeymoon period won’t last. How long before HSUS threatens to sue APHIS to force them to adhere to the actual rule and disregard the rosy commentary and the gauzy exemptions? We know that HSUS has its own team of

lawyers and they are more than willing to sue government agencies at the drop of a hat. They will sue to make APHIS enforce the rule more strictly, if necessary. That would mean an end to most of the feel-good exemptions that APHIS has been peddling in order to soothe breeders and prevent an injunction prior to the rule going into effect on November 18. Everything that seems ambiguous now can and will be read as HSUS wishes it to be read after November 18, even if they have to take APHIS/USDA to court to make that happen. There is no reason to think that won’t happen. That is the HSUS track record. When has HSUS ever been satisfied with a rule, regulation, or law? Even in the initial conference call announcing the new rule, HSUS and ASPCA officials stated their disappointment with some aspects of the new rule while praising APHIS for regulating breeders. This new rule does strike at the identity of dog breeders. Will you become USDA licensed and kennel your dogs? Will you convert part of your home to an area that can house dogs under AWA rules? Will you have unannounced inspections of your home or property? Will you allow the USDA to turn you into a commercial breeder? What will happen to hobby dog breeders? Unlike the Irish, we can’t take up our belongings (or our dogs) and head for another country. Sure, if you have four or fewer bitches and/or you never ship a puppy, you probably have nothing to worry about. You can keep your head down and ignore everything going on around you. But if you care about your breed at all, you should care about what happens. How many people in your breed will be affected by the new rule? Every breeder who is affected means someone – and their dogs – could be stopped from breeding. That means a loss of your breeding options. It means a stud dog you can’t use or a puppy you can’t buy in the future. Most of our breeds already have small gene pools. A rule like this, which will make it harder for many people to breed, will harm our breeds. It affects every single one of us who loves intentionally-bred dogs. I believe that we should choose to remain hobby breeders. Those who claim that this rule will not harm hobby breeders are mistaken or living in denial. There are options. You can write to your congressman. You can write to the House Agriculture Committee. You can contact AKC Government Relations. You will likely get back form letters in reply. But over 70,000 people signed the AKC’s petition against the APHIS rule last year. Breeders oppose this rule. If a case can be made, we need AKC to step up and speak for us now to stop this rule. Otherwise, hobby breeders are going to cease to exist as we know them now.

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judge from ”Oz” John Burgess judged 72 class dogs, 2 herding titled dogs and 13 Veteran dogs. Winners dog from BBE and as mentioned earlier our BOS in Sweeps dog was Nebriowa Saddleshoes, Owner/ Breeder/Handled by Tim Mathiesen, CoBred and Co-Owned by Tom Dedini. Veteran 8-10 dog, Best Veteran and Select Dog was Ch Maplecreek Stealing Home, owned and shown by Russell Allen and Co-owned by Jason Klawinski and M. Holmes. Thursday Night was our Business Night with President Donna Gilbert leading our annual PWCCA meeting. Awards are presented for Versatility, Versatility X, ROM, ROMX, and Michael J. Sauve BBE awards. Next year’s 2014 National show committee to be held at the Eukanuba Roberts Center in Wilmington, OH presents as do the 2015 show Committee and the 2016 judges and site are announced. PWCCA delegate, Anne Bowes, shared information on The AKC Disaster Relief Trailers and asked that we donate to support a PWCCA named trailer. After the meeting, a bus trip to the AKC Museum was available to those who RSVP signed up, which if you haven’t been you should go at least once. The museum featured a PWC exhibit and snacks. Friday Morning dawned bright and early for our own Lanalee Jorgansen-Law with 8am class bitch judging of 150, 4 Herding titled and 15 Veterans bitches. Winners Bitch and BOW from the BBE class was Tallyrand Love So Amazing, Owner/Breeder/Handled by Lois Zelenski. RWB for a 3 pointer was our international (traveling from Italy) Open Bitch winner, Dragon Joy Jessica Rabbit, also Owner/Breeder/Handled by Chirara Ceredi. Friday night was our free night. So nows it’s time to mention another part of

the Purina Event Center. They provide great motor home parking with all ampage, water and dump for every motorhome/trailer. Thanks to last minute stand-ins, Sue King and Karen Fruhman, who kept motor home parking going smoothly. There is a spotless clean human shower building with more dog tubs also available, which I believe is open 24 hours. There are two companies that will rent trailers and motorhomes for on-site use. They deliver, set up, hook up and pick up. A group of about 9 of us decided to try this service and stay on-site. Our 3 trailers were parked together, each night we were able to sit out and sip wine from our PWCCA Ways and Means Wine Sippy Cups (thank you Ways and Means Chair, Lesley Hammar), relax and let the dogs stretch their legs. Friday night was our barbecue dinner night with a few other experienced motorhome friends who eventually had to take over on our novice charcoal $10 grills and help us out. We had a nice late night dinner due to our charcoal lack of knowledge allowing us more time to sip our wine. Of course no barbecue is complete without yummy S’Mores. Apparently there was an unknown competition with many other friendly motor homers coming over to brag they had already cooked, eaten and cleaned up, while we were still waiting on our charcoal. Guess what? We had more fun and did I mention, wine and S’Mores, LOL... Saturday morning we were all excited for BOB competition under Judge John Burgess starting at 9am. Each special was walked in and out of the ring in order for check-in, with judging starting with group One of Nine groups. There were 54 Dogs and 43 Bitches in the Breed. Also to be judged by Mr. Burgess was Best Puppy, Best Veteran, and Best BBE. After several cuts and lots of lines of dogs here and there in the ring, BOB was

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awarded to GCH Aubrey’s Moon River or Rebecca owned and bred by Vince and Cindy Savioli. BOW and Best BBE was the WB, Tallyrand Love So Amazing and BOS was Ch Linincorgi’s Livin’ On A Prayer, Owner/Breeder/Handled by Yolanda Lininger. Select Dog and Best Veteran was the aforementioned, Ch Maplecrekk Stealing Home. Select Bitch was Ch Greenwoods Moonlight Melody, Owner/Breeder/Handled by Dede Rodgers, co-bred and co-owned with her mom, Mary Greenwood. Best Puppy from the 9-12 Bitch class was Sua Mah Red Letter Day, Owner/Breeder/Handled by Judy Hart. There were Nine Award Of Merits Awarded. Judge Lanalee Jorgansen-Law closed the day with Stud Dog and Brood Bitch. Stud Dog was Ch Ciregna That’s Amore, owned by Larry Adams and David Guempel and Brood Bitch was GCH Riverside Wicked Wonderful CGC Owner/Breeder/Handled by Deb Shindle. Saturday Night Closed with our Annual banquet held at the Host Hotel, Holiday Inn Six Flags. Our entertainment during the dinner is the judges’ speeches and our wonderful silent auction, headed up this year by Dana Bull and her crew which did a great job. Carbon bid sheets helped bidders know what they won and our PWCCA treasurer introduced Paypal with her cell phone reader, which allowed for the quickest check out ever. If you haven’t been to Purina Events Center yet I’m surprised. Between National regional Specialties and All Breed Shows they are booked every weekend. They have a large grooming room with stainless tubs, hot and cold water and drop floor so dogs don’t stand in dirty water. The floor is cushiony so less tired achy feet for everyone, hot and cold food, starting with breakfast and the staff is amazing. Cleaning all the time, friendly and helpful. Purina provided many awards and I can’t forget and gratefully thank Gerald Kyle for having our Starbucks every day as soon as the building opened. YAH!!!!!!! See everyone next year at the Roberts Centre, for the “Bluegrass Bow-Wow” hosted by Ohio Valley PWCC, Co-Show Chairs: Gerald Kyle and Bruce Coyne.

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The Norfolk Terrier Club considered this show as our National specialty and rightfully so. No show in our country has the prestige that Montgomery does. Winning a ribbon here is a treasure forever. President of Montgomery, the esteemed Bruce Schwartz, was the Norfolk judge of the day for the regular classes. Mr. Schwartz and his late mother Lil bred and exhibited Welsh terriers. Her passing has left an empty seat ringside at group time. Bruce is the President of the Welsh breed club. NTC member and delegate to the AKC, Robert Lachman, judged Sweepstakes. His entry into the dog world was with his Bearded Collies years ago when the breed was in its infancy and not yet registered with the AKC. Henrietta Lachman does a bang up job selecting trophies for this event and displaying them on our trophy table. She made perfect use of DiNunzio’s white orchids placing them on the trophy table. For a young club we made certain we have a club trophy for every major win. These trophies are not to be won outright and always stay with the club. It’s Henrietta’s job to select items worthy of the win for the recipient to go home with. It is a huge task and one she does well. Mr. Schwartz presented me with his expense bill stating he would like the check to go into the AKC Rescue Trailer Fund. We, as a club, are raising money for the trailer and in so doing our club name will go on the trailer itself; hopefully along with others who feel compelled to donate to this cause. It was a beautiful day allowing our ring to shine with the new planters Bob DiNunzio designed for us. Welsh were in the ring before us therefore setting up our Norfolk ring didn’t leave us much time. The Welsh were great removing their leftovers and our team ushered in unfolding tablecloths, opening trophy boxes, selecting the right banners etc. in just a few short minutes. The ring looked spectacular. Beginning at 11:30 a.m. Mr. Lachman had an entry of sixteen with four absentees. Ring stewards, Susan Sprung and Ruth Winston, both seasoned in this position, were at the ready handing out armbands and marking the book. All Norfolk terriers except champions of record

are permitted to enter Sweeps. Entries may be shown by their owner(s), breeders(s) or an immediate member of the family. Mr. Lachman took to the ring making each exhibitor feel at ease. It’s always a pleasure watching the young Norfolk take to the idea of “this is a dog show.” Just as he was to begin judging old timer Jack Simm was brought ringside. Now in his nineties but looking dapper and thrilled to be at Montgomery he began concentrating on Mr. Lachman’s judging. The breakfast girls, Nancy Wise and Kelly Sternberg, along with Jeanne D’Agostino set out the glorious breakfast/brunch that has become a mainstay at Montgomery. Henrietta’s pound cake is a must and as soon as Jack asked for a piece I went running to get it. That pound cake disappears in seconds. The black and tan eight month-old owned by the Paquette family made its way into the ring as those ringside settled down to our National. The very true to type, “Souye A Special Kind of Love”, a little bit grizzle in color, owned by Patti and Sarah Paquette and Eryn Hallows, took the top ribbon, Best in Sweepstakes. Having been in the ribbons at Devon this was an especially wonderful win for the team. Giving chase was Lori Pelletier’s homebred “Avalon’s Bliss Creek Sophora,” who took a five point major at Hatboro. Owner Priscilla Twombly was having a nice weekend. Mr. Lachman and his top winners accepted their ribbons with gratitude. Having no time backups to contend with Mr. Schwartz entered the ring promptly to begin sorting out his assignment of fifty-three Norfolk with three absent. The Paquette youngster, with Devon Kipp at the end of the lead, “A Special Kind of Love” won its class. This youngster from Canada went back north with two previous days Reserve wins and a Best in Sweeps; not bad for a weekend of attending a National specialty. Patti Paquette bred the Winners Dog/Best of Winners, “Souyen’s the Puck Stops Here”, for a five point major. Owned by Patti and Mark Paquette with daughter Sarah on this day looked entirely different than the previous days. The coat must have been

further tidied up showing off a gorgeous outline. He is sired by Souyen’s Jack Daniels out of the bitch Souyen’s Whatever Lola Wants. In speaking with someone ringside I came to find out this Canadian Norfolk is a Best in Show winner in his home country. The Reserve was awarded to another of the Paquette’s breeding, “A Special Kind of Love.” Our Canadian friends deserve applause for bringing wonderful Norfolk to our specialty weekend. Mr. Schwartz awarded the DiNunzio and DeSando bitch, “Argyles Marimba Queen” handled by Roxanne Sutton, the Winners Bitch/Best of Opposite Sex ribbons. Having won a five point major on the weekend and adding another on this day I’d say this little bitch showing off a lovely head and ears was on her way to a championship. Canada’s “Drailion’s Sweet Inspiration” handled by Fritz Rumpf took home another Reserve Winners Bitch ribbon for breeders/ owners Linda and Peter Dowdle.

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ur Veteran class dog came into the ring as one of two entries being the multiple Best in Show winner, “Ch. Cause for Celebration.” “Dicky” as he is called was bred by Pam Beale, the late Elisabeth Matell and Stephanie Ingram. Being a son of “CoCo” I must say he hit the ring as if it was all his; just like his mom. The blue ribbon, Best of Breed, went to GCH Yarrow Venerie Ticket to Ride. This was a clean sweep for the black and tan certainly making Pam and John Beale thrilled owners. Once again “GCH Avalon’s Spring Cove’s Simon Eyes” was awarded Select Dog making this his fourth for the weekend. He is still a young dog and possesses all the attributes of a Norfolk terrier. Select Bitch, another of Pelletier’s Norfolk, “Ch. Avalon’s Come Fly With Me,” just proves with conscientious breeding good things can happen. Award ribbons went to GCH. Kilwinning the Graduate and GCH Dexter. Lori Pelletier’s “Avalon’s First Mate,” having won a five point major on the weekend, was the judge’s choice for Best Bred By Exhibitor and will have his name inscribed on the M. Joy Taylor trophy. At day’s end club trophies were packed up with the chore of housing them falling to Grace Scott who will return them next year, engraved and shining. See you all next year same time and place, the first weekend in October.

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make contributions in her name to Take the Lead. One thing about Connie, she had one of the wickedest senses of humor of anyone I ever knew. She could also frighten people off by being particularly acerbic but beneath this tough exterior was an interior of delightful intelligence and a wisdom stoked in the harsh realities of the travails and joys life could bring at times. Her passing at the age of 88 has flooded my mind with memories about her which go back 4 or 5 decades for sure. Our relationship developed into one of the strongest friendships of my life which was “rocked at times” by that odd occasional strong difference in opinion on just about any topic imaginable. Nonetheless we learned how to bury the hatchet almost immediately after these contretemps happened and to never carry a grudge (openly) and to resume our relationship on an even keel. I first met Connie when Peter was showing Spot On, Billy was showing Charlie and Roy the Labs for Mrs. Robert V. Clark’s Springfield Kennels in Middleburg Virginia. This was the heydays for Springfield as

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Liz’s love for Steeple Chase Racing and of showing dogs was at its zenith during this time. Connie was the manager of Springfield after she divorced Gordon Barton with whom she had founded the very important art and antique gallery in Middleburg called the Sporting Gallery, which in a sense was the foundation for the establishment of the National Sporting Library, a highly respected museum in Middleburg. Connie worked feverishly to make Springfield succeed and it was for years the top show kennel in America under her guidance and the sponsorship of Lizzie. Connie was a founding member with Liz of the very prestigious Labrador Club of the Potomac as well as the Middlebury Kennel Club which ironically is being held this weekend October 26. Connie was born in New York City as Constance McFarlane and had two daughters with Richard B. Ayers in the Boston area before moving to Middleburg. She was an ardent gardener and fervent needle pointer who made some of the most beautiful cummerbunds for Westminster Members and Judges at the Big W you ever wanted to see. I was never so honored to have one made for me but she did ask me to be her escort at the Westminster dinner in 1995, the year she did the Sporting Group there. That caused a bit of a sensation with certain elements associated with the club particularly Mrs. James Clark but I do think Connie enjoyed creating those kinds of incidents. As Connie walked in at the dinner on my arm Annie barked from the top of the balcony of the Union Club “What’s he doing here!” I could feel Connie bristle as she said to me, “Ignore that (unprintable word). I’ll take care of her later.” They were less than cordial towards each other for years after that incident, that was for sure. For years her relationship with Lizzie Clark was extremely close but after Connie left Springfield and went to work for AKC as a field rep and Lizzie’s interest in showing dogs abated I think some of the fervor between them diminished but they always remained friends, or so I believe anyways. As a field rep she was tough and walked the very straight line although she was known to engage in a poker game “every-so-often” at the shows! There was not a trick she did not know in the sport and she was a perfectionist to the nth degree in carrying out her job functions. Perhaps the funniest incident about her as a Judge happened at a Long Island show where she was to judge at least the Working Group. She was staying with Gene and me

at our home very close to the show and was intent upon visiting her former mother-in-law in East Hampton, Mrs. Ayers. She finished her class assignments and promptly left the show headed for East Hampton totally forgetting she had the Group to do! Needless to say this was a cause célèbre, which I think she never did quite live down. The “Golden Girls” consisting of Connie, Gayle Bontecou and Elaine Rigden were pretty infamous particularly at Garden time while a very special relationship existed among Connie, Peter and Beth for eons of years for sure. Connie’s twin sister Jean Bryer was involved in sled dogs for years as well and their relationship had its ups and downs too as may be expected of competitive sisters. I loved Connie very much and will miss her terribly but am grateful for having had the experience of knowing and loving her and I may add learning a hell of a lot about dogs, dog people and dog procedures as well. We were on a private yacht trip once or twice and if there was a thing she was a stickler for it was proper manners at the dining table. And Lord help you if you made a guffaw of any sorts thereat. She was at your throat immediately. She was a once in a lifetime experience and I was extremely lucky to be a part of her life. I wish her daughters Deborah and Taunie (Constance) only the best with fond memories of their Mother for years to come. So long Miss Virginia till we meet again!!!

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o you find that when it comes to figures-any kind of figures be they registration, financial statements, event participation or even spectators at Meet the Breeds, AKC is less than open about telling anyone what is really going on? Unfortunately who the THEY are is almost impossible to define. Certainly in the case of the financial statements Jim Stevens reports were far more open than Mr. Farnsworth’s but was that a difference between the two Board Chairs or the two CFO’s? Dennis’ events figures too appear to be difficult to understand but is this Dennis or the Board which releases these figures? Again difficult to say. Keeping quiet on the registration figures has been going on as I recall for sometime now but not to release them at all?? Who set-up that practice? The Meet the Breed figures have been going down yearly until this year when the only report I heard about indicated 25,000, which is a major drop from what was announced the first two years. The source for my figure is pretty strong but you try and get a confirmation out of AKC-I can’t that’s for sure. All these undisclosed kinds of figures makes one wonder what is going on there-How much is Edelman getting paid and how effective are they being? How is the new COO doing and what is he doing in North Carolina and on and on it goes.

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DECEMBER 1 - SUNDAY AZ Yuma* (I/O) IMPERIAL VALLEY KENNEL CLUB Yuma County Fairgrounds 2520 E 32nd St. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 Jack Bradshaw Dog Shows, SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. M. E. Klingler SPORTING Group: Ms. K. A. Cowsert M. Holkenbrink: Ret-Curl Ms. G. Kerr: Ret-Lab, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Ms. S. C. Way: Set-Gord, Span-Fld Ms. K. A. Cowsert: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Ms. S. C. Way Mr. S. D. Gladstone: Dach Mrs. S. M. Carr: RhoRidge Ms. K. A. Cowsert: Basenji, B & T Coonhnd Ms. S. C. Way: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Dr. C. L. Battaglia Ms. S. C. Way: Alas Mal Mrs. S. M. Carr: Berns Mtn, Gtr Swiss Mtn Ms. G. Kerr: Boxer, Sam, Sib Hky Mr. S. D. Gladstone: Cane Corso, Grt Dane, Rottw Dr. C. L. Battaglia: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. M. D. McPherson J. Ritchie: Fox Ter (Smooth) Ms. S. C. Way: Min Schn Mr. G. R. Carr: Scotti, Wst Highlnd Mrs. M. E. Klingler: Border, Cairn, Fox Ter (Wire), Norwich Norfolk Mrs. M. D. McPherson: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Ms. G. Kerr Dr. C. Hensley: Eng Toy Sp (B & PC), Pug Ms. G. Kerr: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Chin Cr, Yorks Ms. M. A. Tuff: Chihua, Hava, Eng Toy Sp (KC & R), Pom, Pood Toy, Toy Fox Terrier Mrs. M. E. Klingler: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. S. M. Carr Mrs. S. M. Carr: Bichon, Boston, Bulldog, Shar-Pei, Fr Bull, Tib Ter Mrs. I. Semenschin: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. S. D. Gladstone D. Nordby: Coll, Shetld Mrs. M. D. McPherson: Beauceron, Briard, Icelandic Shpdg, Swed Vallhund Mr. S. D. Gladstone: Beard Coll, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Brdr Coll, Bouv, Canaan, Nor Buhund Ms. M. A. Tuff: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. S. M. Carr Mrs. S. M. Carr: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Ms. S. Osburn: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, PNOV, Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr, POPN, Util A, Util B, PUTL, Versatility JR SHOWMANSHIP: Ms. M. A. Tuff CA Woodland (I/O) CAMELLIA CAPITAL KENNEL CLUB Yolo County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall P O Box 826 CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $26.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. J. V. Daniels SPORTING Group: Mrs. S. Goldberg Mrs. S. Goldberg: Ret-Curl, Ret-Flat, Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab, Span-Eng Spr C. Paterson: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Dr. D. D. Simmons Dr. D. D. Simmons: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Miss M. Macbeth Mr. O. C. Nielsen: Bullm, Grm Pinscher, Grt Dane Mrs. J. V. Daniels: Alas Mal, Mast, Sam, Sib Hky C. Paterson: Akita, Rottw, St Bern, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Miss M. Macbeth: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. S. Goldberg Mrs. J. V. Daniels: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Miss M. Macbeth Mrs. S. Goldberg: Pood Toy Mr. O. C. Nielsen: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. O. C. Nielsen Miss M. Macbeth: Am Esk Dog, Fin Spitz, Lowch Mrs. J. V. Daniels: Shar-Pei, Chow, Kees, Norwegian Lndhnd, Shiba Inu, Xoloitzcuintli Mrs. S. Goldberg: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. O. C. Nielsen Miss M. Macbeth: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. O. C. Nielsen Mr. O. C. Nielsen: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. S. Goldberg CO Castle Rock (I) DENVER SAMOYED ASSOCIATION, INC. (S) Douglas County Fairgrounds Event Center 500 Fairgrounds Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 6 Helen Hittesdorf, SHW SEC, 10485 BALSAM ST, BROOMFIELD, CO 80021 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna: Breed SWEEPS VETERANS Martha Lageschulte SWEEPS PUPPY Martha Lageschulte FL Davie* (O) SOUTH DADE KENNEL CLUB Bergeron Rodeo Grounds 4201 SW 65th Way CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 12:00 p.m. MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $19.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. R. L. Vandiver SPORTING Group: Dr. R. Echevarria-Cofino Mr. F. R. Fernandez: Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab Dr. R. Echevarria-Cofino: Brit, Ret-Ches, Set-Gord Mr. R. L. Vandiver: All Pointers, Ret-Curl, Ret-Nova Scotia T, Set-Eng, Set-Irsh, Span-Clum, Span-Ckr, Span-Eng Ckr, Span-Eng Spr Mr. E. B. Weiss: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. E. B. Weiss Dr. R. Echevarria-Cofino: Bloodhnd, Ir Wolf, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mr. E. B. Weiss: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Dr. R. Echevarria-Cofino Professor D. C. Taylor: Akita, Alas Mal, Berns Mtn, Boxer, Bullm, Grt Dane, Kuv, Mast, Newf, Portuguese, St Bern, Sam, Sib Hky Dr. R. Echevarria-Cofino: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. E. B. Weiss Mr. E. B. Weiss: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. E. B. Weiss Mrs. E. J. Lessig: All Toy Breeds

NON-SPORTING Group: Dr. R. Echevarria-Cofino Dr. R. Echevarria-Cofino: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Professor D. C. Taylor Professor D. C. Taylor: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Professor D. C. Taylor Professor D. C. Taylor: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. R. D. Doan: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, PNOV Mr. H. Doan: Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr, POPN, Util A, Util B, PUTL, Versatility JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. E. B. Weiss GA Savannah* (I) BEAUFORT KENNEL CLUB, INC. Savannah International Trade & Convention Center 1 International Dr. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $21.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. F. T. Sabella SPORTING Group: A. D. Hussin Mr. F. T. Sabella: Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab, Weim Mr. C. E. Trotter: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis Mrs. R. L. Campbell: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. C. E. Trotter Mr. F. T. Sabella: Boxer, Dobe Mr. J. R. White: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. A. Katona Mrs. R. L. Campbell: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. C. E. Trotter A. D. Hussin: All Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. A. Katona Mrs. A. Katona: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. R. L. Campbell Mr. C. L. Olvis: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. A. Katona Mrs. A. Katona: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. S. D. Hemminger: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr, Util A, Util B, Versatility, Nov Wildc, Opn Wildc, Utl Wildc JR SHOWMANSHIP: A. D. Hussin MA Worcester (I) WORCESTER COUNTY KENNEL CLUB (S) D C U Center Worcester Convention Complex 50 Foster Street CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $34.00-1st/ $34.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Ms. C. C. McGowan SPORTING Group: Mr. R. D. Ennis Ms. L. C. More: Span-Ckr, Span-Eng Ckr, Span-Eng Spr Ms. J. S. Brewster: Span-Fld, Span-Irw, Span-Suss, SpanWel Spr Mr. R. D. Ennis: Brit, All Pointers, Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, RetFlat, Ret-Gold Mr. D. L. Kittredge: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Ms. L. C. More Mrs. L. Warren: Dach Mr. H. R. Hastings, III: Borz, RhoRidge Ms. J. S. Brewster: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Dr. K. A. Doeg Mrs. L. Warren: Akita Mr. R. D. Ennis: Grt Dane Dr. K. A. Doeg: Gtr Swiss Mtn, Tibtn Mastiff Mrs. V. T. Rowland: Sib Hky, Std Schn Mr. W. deVilleneuve: Alas Mal, Berns Mtn, Boxer, Bullm, Rottw Ms. C. C. McGowan: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. W. deVilleneuve Ms. L. C. More: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. R. D. Ennis Mr. R. D. Ennis: Pap, Peke, Pom Mr. W. deVilleneuve: Pug, Pood Toy, Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Ms. C. C. McGowan: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. D. L. Kittredge Mr. W. deVilleneuve: Pood Mr. R. D. Ennis: Bichon, Boston, Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Tib Ter, Xoloitzcuintli Mr. D. L. Kittredge: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Ms. L. C. More Ms. L. C. More: Brdr Coll, GSD Ms. J. S. Brewster: AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Bouv, Card-WC, Coll, Pemb-WC, Pulik Dr. K. A. Doeg: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Dr. K. A. Doeg Dr. K. A. Doeg: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. H. R. Hastings, III SWEEPS PUPPY: Akita Janina Laurin SWEEPS VETERANS: Akita Janina Laurin MI East Lansing (I) INGHAM COUNTY KENNEL CLUB, INC. Michigan State UniversityFarm Lane & Mt Hope CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $24.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine SPORTING Group: Dr. R. I. Spritzer Ms. P. A. Keenan: Span-Eng Ckr, Span-Ckr (ASCOB), SpanCkr (Parti) Dr. R. I. Spritzer: All Retrievers, Span-AmW, Span-Boykin, Span-Clum, Span-Eng Spr Mr. W. J. Sommerfelt: Span-Ckr (Black), Span-Fld, SpanIrw, Span-Suss, Span-Wel Spr Mrs. C. Spritzer: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. C. Spritzer Ms. T. Lyddon: Basenji Ms. P. A. Keenan: Bgle Mrs. C. Spritzer: Borz Dr. R. I. Spritzer: Ibizan Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: PBGV Mr. T. A. Kilcullen: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. M. Johnson-Snyder Mr. R. Lashbrook: Dobe, Giant Schn, Portuguese, Rottw Mrs. M. Johnson-Snyder: AnatolShep, Cane Corso, Chinook, Grt Dane, Mast, St Bern, Sib Hky Mr. W. J. Sommerfelt: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Ms. P. A. Keenan Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Ms. T. Lyddon Mr. T. A. Kilcullen: Eng Toy Sp Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Toy Manch Mrs. W. M. Kobrzycki: Chihua, Pap, Yorks Ms. T. Lyddon: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. S. Hayden Mrs. W. M. Kobrzycki: Bulldog Dr. R. I. Spritzer: Fr Bull Mr. S. Hayden: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds

HERDING Group: Mr. T. A. Kilcullen Mr. T. A. Kilcullen: Beauceron, Bel Terv, Bouv Mr. R. Lashbrook: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Coll, GSD, Pol Low Shp, Shetld Mrs. M. Johnson-Snyder: Beard Coll, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Brdr Coll, Briard, Pulik Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Ms. P. A. Keenan TX Conroe* (I) CONROE KENNEL CLUB Lone Star Conventional Expo Center Airport RD FM 9055 CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. S. S. Hedgepath SPORTING Group: Mr. C. G. Liepmann Mrs. S. S. Hedgepath: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. G. Geringer Mr. J. C. Walton: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. D. Thompson Mrs. J. Voran: Rottw Mrs. S. Walker: Boxer, Gtr Swiss Mtn Mr. C. G. Liepmann: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. J. C. Walton Mrs. S. Walker: Manch Ter Mrs. G. Geringer: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. G. Geringer C. Resnick: I Greyhnd Mrs. S. Walker: Pug Mr. R. E. Hall: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. R. E. Hall Mr. B. E. Voran: Fin Spitz Mrs. S. Walker: Pood Mrs. G. Geringer: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. S. S. Hedgepath Mr. B. E. Voran: Austrl Cat Dg, Beard Coll, Bel Terv, Canaan, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Icelandic Shpdg, OES, Shetld Mr. D. Thompson: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. C. G. Liepmann Mr. C. G. Liepmann: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Ms. L. F. Eggers: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr, Util A, Util B, Versatility JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. D. Thompson

DECEMBER 2 - MONDAY AZ Yuma* (I/O) IMPERIAL VALLEY KENNEL CLUB Yuma County Fairgrounds 2520 E 32nd St. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 Jack Bradshaw Dog Shows, SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. S. M. Carr SPORTING Group: Ms. G. Kerr Ms. K. A. Cowsert: Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Dr. C. L. Battaglia: Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab, Weim Ms. S. C. Way: Ret-Ches, Span-AmW, Span-Clum, Span-Irw Ms. G. Kerr: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. S. D. Gladstone Dr. C. Hensley: Borz Mrs. S. M. Carr: Pharaoh Ms. S. C. Way: Dach, RhoRidge Ms. K. A. Cowsert: Afghan, Harr, Redbone Coon, Saluki, Treeing Walker Coon Mr. S. D. Gladstone: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. S. D. Gladstone Ms. M. A. Tuff: Cane Corso Dr. C. L. Battaglia: Rottw Mrs. M. E. Klingler: Giant Schn, Std Schn Mrs. S. M. Carr: Akita, Alas Mal, Grt Dane, Sib Hky Mr. S. D. Gladstone: Boxer, Bullm, Chinook, Dobe, Grm Pinscher, Kuv, Leonberger, Mast, Tibtn Mastiff Ms. S. C. Way: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Ms. S. C. Way Mr. G. R. Carr: Border, Cairn, Fox Ter (Smooth), Min Schn Mrs. M. E. Klingler: Am Staff, Austr, Bull Ter (Color), Cesky Terrier, Lakelnd, Manch Ter, Min Bull Terrs, Parson Russell, Scotti Ms. S. C. Way: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Ms. M. A. Tuff Mrs. M. E. Klingler: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Chihua, Chin Cr, Hava, Eng Toy Sp, Pom, Pood Toy, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Ms. M. A. Tuff: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. I. Semenschin Mr. G. R. Carr: Tib Ter Mrs. I. Semenschin: Bichon, Boston, Bulldog, Shar-Pei, Fr Bull Mrs. S. M. Carr: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Ms. M. A. Tuff Mr. G. R. Carr: AustrlShep Mrs. M. D. McPherson: Pol Low Shp Mr. S. D. Gladstone: Entlebucher Mnt Dog, GSD, Pulik, Pyre Shep Ms. M. A. Tuff: Beard Coll, Beauceron, Brdr Coll, Bouv, Briard, Canaan, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund Mrs. J. L. Fink: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. S. D. Gladstone Mr. S. D. Gladstone: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. K. B. Miller: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, PNOV, Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr, POPN, Util A, Util B, PUTL, Versatility JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. M. E. Klingler GA Savannah* (I) BEAUFORT KENNEL CLUB, INC. Savannah International Trade & Convention Center 1 International Dr. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $21.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. C. E. Trotter SPORTING Group: Mrs. A. Katona Mr. C. L. Olvis: Ret-Gold Mr. F. T. Sabella: Span-Eng Ckr Mr. J. R. White: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. J. R. White Mr. C. E. Trotter: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. J. R. White Mr. C. L. Olvis: All Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. F. T. Sabella Mr. C. E. Trotter: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: A. D. Hussin Mrs. A. Katona: All Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. F. T. Sabella Mr. C. E. Trotter: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis A. D. Hussin: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis Mr. C. L. Olvis: All Miscellaneous Breeds

OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. D. J. Propst: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr, Util A, Util B, Versatility JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. C. L. Olvis

DECEMBER 5 - THURSDAY IL Wheaton* (I) STARVED ROCK KENNEL CLUB DuPage County Fairgrounds 2015 West Manchester Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Roy Jones Dog Shows, Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $26.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. P. Nykiel SPORTING Group: Mr. R. L. Robinson Mr. R. L. Robinson: All Setters, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Mrs. P. E. Robinson: Brit, Pointer, Pntr-GS, All Spaniels, All Spaniels Mrs. P. Nykiel: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Dr. R. D. Smith Mr. R. L. Robinson: Am Fox, Basenji, Bgle, Bloodhnd, Eng Fox, Greyhnd, Harr, Ibizan, Otter, PBGV, Pharaoh, Port Pd Peq Dr. R. D. Smith: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. R. D. Smith Mrs. R. D. Smith: Newf Dr. R. D. Smith: Akita, Alas Mal, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Blk Russn Terrier, Bullm, Cane Corso Mr. V. T. Grosso: Chinook, Dobe, Dogue de Brdx, Grm Pinscher, Giant Schn, Grt Dane, Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn Mrs. P. Nykiel: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Dr. R. D. Smith Mrs. K. M. Grosso: Cesky Terrier, Dandie, Fox Ter (Smooth) Dr. R. D. Smith: Airdle, Am Staff, Austr, Bdlgtn, Border, Bull Ter, Cairn Mr. V. T. Grosso: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. K. M. Grosso Mrs. K. M. Grosso: Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mrs. R. D. Smith: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Chihua, Chin Cr, Hava, Eng Toy Sp, I Greyhnd Dr. R. D. Smith: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. V. T. Grosso Dr. R. D. Smith: Lhasa, Lowch, Norwegian Lndhnd, Pood (Min) Mrs. K. M. Grosso: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. R. D. Smith Mrs. P. Nykiel: GSD Mrs. R. D. Smith: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. R. L. Robinson Mr. R. L. Robinson: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. N. X. Aguirre: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, PNOV, Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr, POPN, Util A, Util B, PUTL, Versatility JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. P. E. Robinson TX Dallas (I) BASSET HOUND CLUB OF GREATER FORT WORTH, INC. (S) Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 12:00 p.m. Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $22.00-2nd Mrs. H. Storton: Breed Ms. C. D. Blankenship: Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS VETERANS Ms. Carmen D Blankenship SWEEPS PUPPY Ms. Carmen D Blankenship TX Dallas (I) BULLDOG CLUB OF AMERICA Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $28.00 Mr. J. R. Armstrong: Breed TX Dallas (I) (Evening) DAL-TEX BASSET HOUND CLUB (S) Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 12:00 p.m. Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $27.00 Ms. M. Martorella: Breed SWEEPS VETERANS Mrs. Frances T Roush SWEEPS PUPPY Mrs. Frances T Roush TX Dallas (I) DALLAS SHETLAND SHEEPDOG CLUB (S) Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $37.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Mrs. P. L. Conger: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Chris Jones TX Dallas (I) FRENCH BULLDOG CLUB OF DALLAS-FT. WORTH (S) Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $28.00-2nd Mrs. P. Lachnitt: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY Nicholle Hoke TX Dallas (I) LONE STAR COCKER SPECIALTY CLUB (S) Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $28.00 Dr. C. E. Shaw: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Black) Erika Sapp SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (ASCOB) Erika Sapp SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Parti) Erika Sapp TX Dallas (I) LONE STAR POODLE CLUB Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $25.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Ms. S. Osburn: Breed

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TX Dallas (I) NORTH TEXAS SALUKI CLUB (S) Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $30.00 C. Beyerle: Breed SWEEPS VETERANS Lea Anne Broseus SWEEPS PUPPY Lea Anne Broseus TX Dallas (I) NORTH TEXAS TERRIER CLUB (S) Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Mr. F. G. Ferris: Terrier Group, Bdlgtn, Dandie, Glen Imaal, Irish Ter, Std Manch, Min Schn, Norfolk, Norwich, Rat Terrier, Russel Terr, Sealym, Staf Bull, Welsh Ter Dr. R. Weckman: Airdle, Border, Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire), Kerry, Soft Coated, Wst Highlnd, Jr. Showmanship Mrs. M. E. Klingler: Am Staff, Austr, Bull Ter (Color), Cairn, Bull Ter (White), Cesky Terrier, Lakelnd, Min Bull Terrs, Parson Russell, Scotti, Skye SWEEPS PUPPY: Terrier Group Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Terrier Group Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Airdle Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Airdle Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Am Staff Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Am Staff Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Austr Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Austr Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Bdlgtn Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Bdlgtn Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Border Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Border Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Bull Ter (Color) Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Bull Ter (Color) Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Cairn Jeri Wilson SWEEPS PUPPY: Cairn Jeri Wilson SWEEPS VETERANS: Bull Ter (White) Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Bull Ter (White) Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Cesky Terrier Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Cesky Terrier Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Dandie Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Dandie Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Fox Ter (Smooth) Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Fox Ter (Smooth) Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Fox Ter (Wire) Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Fox Ter (Wire) Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Glen Imaal Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Glen Imaal Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Irish Ter Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Irish Ter Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Kerry Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Kerry Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Lakelnd Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Lakelnd Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Min Bull Terrs Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Min Bull Terrs Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Std Manch Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Std Manch Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Min Schn Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Min Schn Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Norfolk Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Norfolk Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Norwich Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Norwich Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Parson Russell Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Parson Russell Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Rat Terrier Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Rat Terrier Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Russel Terr Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Russel Terr Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Scotti Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Scotti Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Sealym Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Sealym Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Skye Lucy Heyman

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SWEEPS VETERANS: Skye Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Soft Coated Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Soft Coated Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Staf Bull Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Staf Bull Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Welsh Ter Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Welsh Ter Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Wst Highlnd Lucy Heyman SWEEPS VETERANS: Wst Highlnd Lucy Heyman SWEEPS PUPPY: Cairn Jeri Wilson SWEEPS VETERANS: Cairn Jeri Wilson TX Dallas (I) (Evening) PEKINGESE CLUB OF TEXAS (S) Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 SUSAN GORDON, SHW SEC, 9122 TREVARTHON, ORLANDO, FL 32817 FEE: $25.00-1st/ $22.00-2nd Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Ms. Jackie Breazeale WA Ridgefield (I) AMERICAN SHIH TZU CLUB, INC. Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Mrs. K. Trivilino: Breed WA Ridgefield (I) COLUMBIA POMERANIAN CLUB (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O ONOFRIO DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $25.00-1st/ $19.00-2nd Mr. J. C. Walton: Breed SWEEPS VETERANS Mrs. Karen Burgess SWEEPS PUPPY Mrs. Karen Burgess WA Ridgefield (I) MOUNT RAINIER YORKSHIRE TERRIER CLUB Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Foy Trent Dog Shows, SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $15.00-2nd Mr. M. Feigelson: Breed WA Ridgefield (I) PAPILLON CLUB OF COLUMBIA RIVER Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd M. Van Vleit: Breed Ms. D. Kroll: Jr. Showmanship WA Ridgefield (I) WILLAMETTE TOY DOG FANCIERS, INC. Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, Po Box C, C/O Foy Trent Dog Shows, Sturgeon, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Mr. J. C. Walton: Toy Group, Affenp, Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Chin Cr, Eng Toy Sp (B & PC), Eng Toy Sp (KC & R), Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mrs. K. Trivilino: Chihua (Long), Chihua (Smooth), Pug, Pood Toy, Jr. Showmanship J. Jackson: Hava, I Greyhnd, J Chin, Malt, Min Pin, Toy Manch, Pom Ms. S. I. Wheat: Pap, Peke, Shih Tzu, Silky

DECEMBER 6 - FRIDAY CA Costa Mesa* (I) SHORELINE DOG FANCIERS ASSOCIATION OF ORANGE COUNTY Orange County Fairgrounds 88 Fair Dr. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW R. F. Saldana SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. K. Steidel Mrs. L. M. Riedel: Span-Eng Spr Mrs. C. K. Steidel: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Dr. E. K. Martin Mrs. L. M. Riedel: Afghan, Borz K. L. Beliew: Basset, Bgle, Bloodhnd, Ibizan, Ir Wolf, Nor Elk, Otter, PBGV, Pharaoh, ScotDeer Dr. E. K. Martin: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. L. M. Riedel Mrs. K. Kahn: Blk Russn Terrier, Cane Corso, Dogue de Brdx Mrs. L. M. Riedel: Akita, Alas Mal, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Boxer, Bullm, Dobe, Grm Pinscher, Giant Schn, Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Leonberger Mrs. L. C. Krukar: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: R. F. Saldana Dr. E. K. Martin: Kerry Mrs. K. Kahn: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. R. G. Forastieri Gonzalez Mrs. K. Kahn: Toy Manch Mrs. L. C. Krukar: Pood Toy R. F. Saldana: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: K. L. Beliew Mrs. L. C. Krukar: Pood K. L. Beliew: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. K. Kahn Mrs. L. M. Riedel: Austrl Cat Dg, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Brdr Coll, Icelandic Shpdg, Pulik, Pyre Shep Mrs. K. Kahn: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. L. M. Riedel Mrs. L. M. Riedel: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. N. E. Craig: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, Open A, Open B, Util A, Util B JR SHOWMANSHIP: Dr. E. K. Martin

IL Belleville* (I) DACHSHUND CLUB OF ST. LOUIS, INC. (S) Belle-Clair Fairgrounds 200 South Belt East CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $27.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Mrs. L. Warren: Breed, Jr. Showmanship Ms. V. Kinion: Obedience SWEEPS PUPPY Kathleen Lockyer IL Belleville (I) GATEWAY NON-SPORTING DOG CLUB Belle-Clair Fairgrounds 200 South Belt East CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $25.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mr. D. J. Kirkland: Non-Sporting Group, Am Esk Dog, Bichon, Boston, Bulldog, Shar-Pei, Chow, Dalm, Fin Spitz, Fr Bull, Kees, Lhasa, Lowch, Norwegian Lndhnd, Pood (Min), Pood (Std), Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Tib Ter, and more IL Belleville (I) GATEWAY TERRIER ASSOCIATION Belle-Clair Fairgrounds 200 South Belt East CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT Mrs. J. Felten: Terrier Group, Airdle, Am Staff, Austr, Bdlgtn, Border, Bull Ter (Color), Cairn, Bull Ter (White), Cesky Terrier, Dandie, Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire), Glen Imaal, Irish Ter, Kerry, Lakelnd, Min and more Mr. D. L. Brown: Jr. Showmanship IL Wheaton (I) STARVED ROCK KENNEL CLUB DuPage County Fairgrounds 2015 West Manchester Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Roy Jones Dog Shows, Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $26.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Dr. R. D. Smith SPORTING Group: Mrs. P. E. Robinson Mrs. R. D. Smith: Brit, Pointer, Pntr-GS, Ret-Gold Mr. R. L. Robinson: All Spaniels, All Spaniels, Spin Ital, Vizs, Weim, Wirehair Ptg Grif Mrs. P. E. Robinson: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. R. L. Robinson Mr. R. L. Robinson: Afghan, Amer English Coon, Basset, B & T Coonhnd, Bluetick Coon, Borz, Dach, Ir Wolf, Nor Elk, Plott, Redbone Coon, RhoRidge, Saluki, Whip Mrs. R. D. Smith: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. V. T. Grosso Mr. V. T. Grosso: Boxer, Kom, Kuv, Leonberger, Mast, Nepltn Mastiff, Newf, Portuguese, Rottw, St Bern, Sam, Sib Hky, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Mrs. P. Nykiel: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. K. M. Grosso Mrs. K. M. Grosso: Airdle, Am Staff, Austr, Bdlgtn, Border, Bull Ter, Cairn Dr. R. D. Smith: Cesky Terrier, Dandie, Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire), Glen Imaal, Irish Ter, Kerry, Lakelnd, Manch Ter Mrs. R. D. Smith: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. R. D. Smith Dr. R. D. Smith: Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mrs. K. M. Grosso: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. K. M. Grosso Mrs. K. M. Grosso: Lhasa, Lowch, Norwegian Lndhnd, Pood (Min) Dr. R. D. Smith: Pood (Std), Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Tib Ter, Xoloitzcuintli Mr. V. T. Grosso: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. R. D. Smith Mr. V. T. Grosso: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Brdr Coll, Bouv, Briard Dr. R. D. Smith: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. P. E. Robinson Mrs. P. E. Robinson: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. R. L. Robinson IN Columbus (I) OHIO VALLEY COCKER SPANIEL CLUB (S) Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds County 200 So & State Rd 11 S CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Holly Davidson, SHW SEC, 624 Bridge Crossing Place, Apt. D, Indianapolis, IN 46227 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mrs. T. E. Blue: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Black) Per Inghar Rismyhr SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (ASCOB) Per Inghar Rismyhr SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Parti) Per Inghar Rismyhr IN Columbus (I) OHIO VALLEY COCKER SPANIEL CLUB Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds County 200 So & State Rd 11 S CLOSES: NOVEMBER 21 Holly Davidso, SHW SEC, 624 BRIDGE CROSSING PL APT D, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46227 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mrs. R. L. Crowe: Breed MA West Springfield (I) CHAMPLAIN VALLEY KENNEL CLUB, INC. Eastern States Exposition 1305 Memorial Ave. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $26.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW D. P. Cline SPORTING Group: A. D. Hussin Ms. P. W. Laurans: Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab A. D. Hussin: Span-Ckr, Span-Eng Ckr Mr. E. F. Lyons, Jr.: Pointer, Ret-Ches, All Setters, Weim D. P. Cline: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: D. P. Cline Mr. R. E. Hutton: RhoRidge, Whip Mr. E. F. Lyons, Jr.: Dach (Long), Dach (Smooth), PBGV Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. P. W. Laurans A. D. Hussin: Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Kom Ms. P. W. Laurans: Giant Schn, Grt Dane, Portuguese, Std Schn Mr. E. F. Lyons, Jr.: Blk Russn Terrier, Boxer, Cane Corso, Dobe, Dogue de Brdx, Grm Pinscher, Kuv, Leonberger, Newf, Tibtn Mastiff D. P. Cline: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. C. P. Patterson Mr. R. E. Hutton: Rat Terrier, Russel Terr, Scotti, Sealym, Skye, Soft Coated, Staf Bull, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd Mrs. C. P. Patterson: Balance of Terrier Breeds

TOY Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mrs. C. P. Patterson: Pug Mr. R. E. Hutton: Affenp, Shih Tzu, Pood Toy, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks A. D. Hussin: Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Chihua, Chin Cr, Hava, Eng Toy Sp Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr. Mrs. C. P. Patterson: Kees Mr. R. E. Hutton: Dalm, Pood, Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Tib Ter, Xoloitzcuintli A. D. Hussin: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr. Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Shetld Ms. P. W. Laurans: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mr. R. E. Hutton: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. C. P. Patterson MS Gulfport (O) UNITED STATES AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD ASSOCIATION (S) Harrison County Fairgrounds 15321 County Farm Road CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 12:00 p.m. Jo Kell, SHW SEC, PO BOX 25764, C/O ONOFRIO DOG SHOWS, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73125 FEE: $27.00-1st/ $21.00-2nd Mrs. G. Stephenson: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY Ms. Amy Burnette NC Winston-Salem (I) GREATER HICKORY KENNEL CLUB, INC. LJV War Memorial Coliseum 300 Deacon Blvd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $26.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Ms. B. L. Clarke SPORTING Group: Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine Mr. R. R. Hartinger: Brit, All Pointers, Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, Ret-Nova Scotia T Ms. S. S. Hennessy: Ret-Flat, Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab, All Setters, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. P. Hartinger Ms. S. S. Hennessy: Afghan, Basset Ms. B. L. Clarke: Basenji, Bgle, Borz, Dach, Greyhnd, Ir Wolf, Otter, PBGV, RhoRidge, Saluki, ScotDeer Mrs. P. Hartinger: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. R. R. Hartinger Ms. B. L. Clarke: Giant Schn, Sib Hky Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Berns Mtn, Boxer, Dobe, Grt Pyr, Leonberger, Newf, Std Schn Mrs. P. Hartinger: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. T. L. Yates Mr. T. L. Yates: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. T. Catterson Mrs. B. A. Vics: Hava Ms. S. S. Hennessy: Affenp, Cav KC Spans, Eng Toy Sp Ms. B. L. Clarke: Pug, Pood Toy, Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mr. T. Catterson: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. R. R. Hartinger Mrs. B. A. Vics: Bulldog, Shar-Pei, Dalm, Shiba Inu Mr. R. R. Hartinger: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. D. N. Collier Mrs. B. A. Vics: AustrlShep Mrs. D. N. Collier: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. B. A. Vics Mrs. B. A. Vics: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. B. A. Vics OK Ardmore (I) WEIMARANER CLUB OF AMERICA (S) Hardy Murphy Coliseum 600 Lake Murray Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 5:00 p.m. Ms. Ellen Dodge, SHW SEC, 3229 Tower Hill Rd, Wakefield, RI 02879 FEE: $30.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Mrs. C. T. Murray: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY Saundra West SWEEPS VETERANS Saundra West TX Dallas* (I) TRINITY VALLEY KENNEL CLUB Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. D. A. Johnson SPORTING Group: Ms. M. Martorella Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna: Ret-Lab J. Olson: Span-Ckr Mr. G. E. Marquis: Span-Eng Spr Ms. S. R. Lyons: Pntr-GS, Pntr-GW, Set-Eng, Set-Gord, Vizs, Weim Ms. M. Martorella: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. P. B. Peat Ms. E. Muthard: Bluetick Coon Mr. M. J. Dougherty: Harr Ms. S. R. Lyons: Afghan, Dach Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna: Basset, Bgle, B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Ibizan Mr. D. A. Johnson: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. J. E. Noe Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna: Dobe Mr. G. E. Marquis: Akita, Alas Mal, Boxer, Bullm Mr. C. L. Olvis: Giant Schn, Grt Dane, Kom, Kuv, Rottw, Std Schn Ms. L. Whittier: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. R. E. Herner Ms. E. Muthard: Border, Manch Ter Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Airdle, Austr, Bdlgtn, Cairn, Dandie, Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire) Mr. M. J. Dougherty: Am Staff, Bull Ter, Cesky Terrier, Glen Imaal, Irish Ter, Kerry, Lakelnd, Min Bull Terrs Mr. R. E. Herner: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Ms. L. Whittier Mr. M. J. Dougherty: Pood Toy Mr. C. L. Olvis: Chihua, Eng Toy Sp Ms. L. Whittier: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Yorks J. Olson: Cav KC Spans, J Chin, Malt, Min Pin, Shih Tzu Mrs. P. B. Peat: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. B. D. Alderman J. Olson: Lhasa Mr. M. J. Dougherty: Pood Ms. S. R. Lyons: Fr Bull, Kees Mr. R. E. Herner: Bichon, Boston, Tib Span Ms. E. Muthard: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis Ms. L. Whittier: Bouv Mr. G. E. Marquis: Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Beauceron, Brdr Coll, Briard Mr. J. E. Noe: Balance of Herding Breeds


MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. D. A. Johnson Mr. D. A. Johnson: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. S. A. Redmer: Nov A, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B Mr. R. M. Margolis: Nov B, PNOV, Grad Openr, POPN, Util B, PUTL, Versatility Ms. P. L. Maynard: Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Util A JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna WA Ridgefield (I) AMERICAN BULLMASTIFF ASSOCIATION, INC. (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Mrs. J. V. Daniels: Breed Mrs. D. Clark: Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY Mrs. Donna Clark SWEEPS VETERANS Mrs. Donna Clark WA Ridgefield (I) AMERICAN SHIH TZU CLUB, INC. Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Mr. J. C. Walton: Breed WA Ridgefield (I) BOSTON TERRIER CLUB OF PORTLAND (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $22.00-2nd Mr. F. R. Stephens: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY Ms. Cheryl D Anderson SWEEPS VETERANS Ms. Cheryl D Anderson WA Ridgefield (I) COLUMBIA POMERANIAN CLUB (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O ONOFRIO DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Miss V. L. Lyne: Breed SWEEPS VETERANS Mr. William Thompson SWEEPS PUPPY Mr. William Thompson WA Ridgefield (I) COLUMBIA RIVER CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL CLUB (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Mrs. Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Mrs. S. N. Abraham: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY Mrs. Mary Grace Eubank WA Ridgefield (I) GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER CLUB OF WASHINGTON (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Foy Trent Dog Shows, SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $22.00-2nd Mrs. K. C. Wilson: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS VETERANS Ms. Emily K Fish SWEEPS PUPPY Ms. Emily K Fish WA Ridgefield (I) MOUNT HOOD KEESHOND CLUB (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Mrs. Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, c/o Foy Trent Dog Shows, PO Box C, Sturgeon, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $15.00-2nd Mr. J. C. Walton: Breed SWEEPS VETERANS Patti L Strand SWEEPS PUPPY Patti L Strand WA Ridgefield (I) MOUNT RAINIER YORKSHIRE TERRIER CLUB (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $15.00-2nd J. Jackson: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Ms. Christie C Smith WA Ridgefield (I) OREGON STATE BULLDOG CLUB, INC. Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $25.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Ms. C. M. Brown: Breed WA Ridgefield (I) PAPILLON CLUB OF COLUMBIA RIVER (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Miss V. L. Lyne: Breed Ms. E. K. Fish: Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS VETERANS John R Wood Jr. SWEEPS PUPPY John R Wood Jr.

WA Ridgefield (I) WILLAMETTE TOY DOG FANCIERS, INC. Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, Po Box C, C/O Foy Trent Dog Shows, Sturgeon, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd J. Jackson: Toy Group, Affenp, Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Pap, Shih Tzu, Pood Toy, Toy Fox Terrier Ms. S. I. Wheat: Chihua (Long), Chihua (Smooth), Chin Cr, I Greyhnd, Eng Toy Sp (B & PC), Eng Toy Sp (KC & R), J Chin, Toy Manch, Yorks Mr. J. C. Walton: Hava, Min Pin, Pug Mr. H. J. Williams: Malt, Peke, Pom, Silky A. Agard: Jr. Showmanship

DECEMBER 7 - SATURDAY AZ Phoenix (O) GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG CLUB OF AMERICA Clarion Hotel Phoenix 5121 E La Puente Ave. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Carol Hudd, SHW SEC, 5555 EL CAMINO RD, LAS VEGAS, NV 89118 FEE: $26.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd K. Tank: Breed, Jr. Showmanship AZ Phoenix (O) GRAND CANYON GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG CLUB Clarion Hotel Phoenix 5121 E La Puente Ave. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Carol Hudd, SHW SEC, 5555 EL CAMINO RD, LAS VEGAS, NV 89118 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mrs. N. L. Nellis: Breed, Jr. Showmanship CA Costa Mesa (I) SHORELINE DOG FANCIERS ASSOCIATION OF ORANGE COUNTY (S) Orange County Fairgrounds 88 Fair Dr. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW K. L. Beliew SPORTING Group: Mrs. L. M. Riedel Mr. R. G. Forastieri Gonzalez: Ret-Gold R. F. Saldana: Span-Ckr Mrs. C. K. Steidel: Span-Eng Spr Mrs. L. M. Riedel: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. C. K. Steidel K. L. Beliew: Afghan, Basenji, Borz, Dach, Greyhnd, RhoRidge, Saluki, Whip Dr. E. K. Martin: Bloodhnd, Ibizan, Ir Wolf, Nor Elk, Otter, PBGV, Pharaoh, ScotDeer Mrs. C. K. Steidel: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. L. C. Krukar K. L. Beliew: Grt Dane Mrs. K. Kahn: Chinook, Kom, Kuv, Mast, Nepltn Mastiff, Newf, Portuguese, Rottw, St Bern, Sam, Sib Hky, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Mrs. L. C. Krukar: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Dr. E. K. Martin Mrs. K. Kahn: Kerry Dr. E. K. Martin: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: R. F. Saldana Dr. E. K. Martin: Toy Manch R. F. Saldana: Pood Toy Mr. R. G. Forastieri Gonzalez: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Eng Toy Sp, Pap, Pug, Toy Fox Terrier Mr. J. C. Briley: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. R. G. Forastieri Gonzalez Mr. R. G. Forastieri Gonzalez: Bichon Mrs. L. M. Riedel: Dalm Mrs. L. C. Krukar: Boston, Bulldog Mrs. K. Kahn: Norwegian Lndhnd, Xoloitzcuintli R. F. Saldana: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. J. L. McClary Mrs. J. L. McClary: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Dr. E. K. Martin Dr. E. K. Martin: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. C. K. Steidel SWEEPS PUPPY: Kerry Dr. Douglas Keene SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Flat Beverly Wilson SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Flat Beverly Wilson FL Miami* (I) GREATER MIAMI DOG CLUB, INC. Fair Expo Center 10901 S W 24th Street CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 12:00 p.m. MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $19.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. E. J. Ringle SPORTING Group: Mrs. S. Goldberg Mrs. S. Goldberg: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. J. R. Cole Mr. J. R. Cole: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. T. M. Gallo Mrs. T. M. Gallo: Dogue de Brdx, Mast, Nepltn Mastiff, Newf, Portuguese, Tibtn Mastiff Mr. E. J. Ringle: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. S. Goldberg Mrs. T. M. Gallo: Airdle, Am Staff, Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire), Irish Ter, Kerry, Lakelnd, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd Mr. J. R. Cole: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. J. R. Cole Mr. J. R. Cole: Bruss Grif, Eng Toy Sp, Pom, Toy Fox Terrier Mrs. T. M. Gallo: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. T. M. Gallo Mrs. T. M. Gallo: Bichon, Boston, Lhasa, Pood, Tib Span, Tib Ter, Xoloitzcuintli Mr. J. R. Cole: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. J. R. Cole Mr. E. J. Ringle: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. E. J. Ringle Mr. E. J. Ringle: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. R. F. Roberts: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, PNOV, Grad Openr, Util A, Util B, PUTL, Versatility Mr. J. Iermiero: Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, POPN To Be Assigned: Nov Wildc, Opn Wildc, Utl Wildc JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. S. Goldberg

IL Belleville (I) EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS KENNEL CLUB Belle-Clair Fairgrounds 200 South Belt East CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $26.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. W. G. Willhauck SPORTING Group: Mr. D. J. Murphy Mr. P. F. Willhauck: Ret-Gold Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Ret-Lab Mr. D. J. Murphy: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. E. Blake Mrs. J. A. Penta: RhoRidge Mr. E. Blake: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. V. M. Jordan Mr. C. M. Wakefield: Rottw Ms. V. M. Jordan: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. D. J. Kirkland Mr. D. J. Kirkland: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. J. A. Penta Mr. D. J. Kirkland: J Chin Mr. D. J. Murphy: Pood Toy, Shih Tzu Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Chihua Mrs. J. A. Penta: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Dr. G. C. Penta Mr. D. J. Murphy: Pood Mr. C. M. Wakefield: Bichon, Chow Dr. G. C. Penta: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. P. F. Willhauck Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: AustrlShep, Bouv, Briard, Canaan, Card-WC, GSD Mr. P. F. Willhauck: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. W. G. Willhauck Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. W. G. Willhauck IL Rosemont (I) GREATER CHICAGOLAND CHINESE SHAR-PEI CLUB Donald E Stephens Convention Center 5555 N River Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Dr. A. D. DiNardo: Breed IL Rosemont (I) ILLINI DOBERMAN PINSCHER CLUB Donald E Stephens Convention Center 5555 N River Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Ms. P. L. Urban: Breed IL Rosemont* (I) SKOKIE VALLEY KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) Donald E Stephens Convention Center 5555 N River Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. L. Boutwell SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. Walkowicz Dr. A. D. DiNardo: Brit, Vizs Mrs. E. E. Mathis: All Pointers, Ret-Curl, Ret-Flat, Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab, Set-Eng Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. J. R. White Mrs. E. E. Mathis: Borz Mr. J. R. White: RhoRidge Mrs. L. Boutwell: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Dr. A. D. DiNardo Mr. J. R. White: Nepltn Mastiff, St Bern, Sam, Sib Hky Dr. A. D. DiNardo: Dobe, Leonberger, Newf, Portuguese, Rottw Mrs. D. Hansen: Giant Schn, Grt Dane, Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Mast Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. E. E. Mathis Mr. J. R. White: Welsh Ter Mrs. E. E. Mathis: Staf Bull, Wst Highlnd Mrs. L. Boutwell: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. C. S. Clapp Mrs. C. S. Clapp: All Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. D. Hansen Mrs. L. Boutwell: Shar-Pei Mrs. D. Hansen: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. J. R. White Mr. J. R. White: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. C. S. Clapp Mrs. C. S. Clapp: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. R. T. Self, Jr.: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, Util A, Util B, Versatility L. C. Lazzara: Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr JR SHOWMANSHIP: Dr. A. D. DiNardo SWEEPS PUPPY: Sporting Group Steve Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Sporting Group Steve Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Brit Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Brit Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Pointer Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Pointer Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Pntr-GS Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS VETERANS: Pntr-GS Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Pntr-GW Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Pntr-GW Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Ches Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Ches Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Curl Steve Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Curl Steve Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Flat Steve Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Flat Steve Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Gold David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Gold David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Lab Steve Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Lab Steve Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Nova Scotia T Sheri Kirschner

SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Nova Scotia T Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Set-Eng Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS VETERANS: Set-Eng Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Set-Gord Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS VETERANS: Set-Gord Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Set-Irsh Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS VETERANS: Set-Irsh Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-AmW Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-AmW Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Boykin Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Boykin Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Clum Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Clum Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Black) Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Ckr (Black) Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Eng Ckr Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Eng Ckr Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Ckr (ASCOB) Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (ASCOB) Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Eng Spr Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Eng Spr Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Ckr (Parti) Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Parti) Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Fld Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Fld Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Irw Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Irw Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Suss Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Suss Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Wel Spr Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Wel Spr Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Spin Ital Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Spin Ital Sheri Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Vizs Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Vizs Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS VETERANS: Weim Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Weim Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Wirehair Ptg Grif Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS VETERANS: Wirehair Ptg Grif Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Hound Group Steve Kirschner SWEEPS VETERANS: Hound Group Steve Kirschner SWEEPS PUPPY: Afghan Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS VETERANS: Afghan Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS PUPPY: Amer English Coon Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS VETERANS: Amer English Coon Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS PUPPY: Am Fox David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Am Fox David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Basenji David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Basenji David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Basset David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Basset David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Bgle (13 Under) David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Bgle (13 Under) David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: B & T Coonhnd David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: B & T Coonhnd David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Bgle (Over 13) David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Bgle (Over 13) David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Bloodhnd David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Bloodhnd David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Bluetick Coon David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Bluetick Coon David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Borz David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Borz David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Dach (Long) Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS VETERANS: Dach (Long) Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS VETERANS: Dach (Smooth) Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS PUPPY: Dach (Smooth) Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS PUPPY: Eng Fox David Osborn

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Happy Holidays from

The Orlando Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday December

Three shows preceding the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship — All three shows taking place at the same site.

Space Coast Kennel Club of Palm Bay Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Please Note Early Closing Dates Entries Close 12:00 Noon, Wednesday, November 20, 2013 Limited To 4200 Dogs Each Day Superintendent: MBF www.infodog.com

Early Closing DATE For RESERVING RV And/OR Grooming SPACE: November 7, 2013 RVs entries through John Rowell: Solorow@aol.com Grooming To Onofrio: www.onofrio.com

Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. G. C. Kelly SPORTING Group: Mrs. P. Nykiel Mrs. D. Burkholder: All Setters Mrs. B. Stenmark: Wirehair Ptg Grif Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Pointer, Pntr-GS D. R. Holloway, Jr.: Ret-Gold, Span-Ckr Mrs. P. Nykiel: Ret-Nova Scotia T, Weim Mr. R. Stein: Brit, Span-Suss, Span-Wel Spr, Spin Ital Mrs. J. Webb: Span-Eng Ckr, Span-Eng Spr, Span-Fld, Span-Irw, Vizs Mr. E. Blake: Balance of Sporting Breeds

Rat Terrier, Russel Terr, Scotti, Sealym Mrs. B. Stenmark: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. R. Stein Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Cav KC Spans Ms. J. N. Paulk: Pap R. J. Whitney: Pood Toy Mr. F. C. Bassett: Eng Toy Sp, Shih Tzu Mrs. D. Burkholder: Malt, Yorks Mr. C. L. Olvis: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Chin Cr Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Chihua, Pug, Silky Ms. E. Muthard: Hava, I Greyhnd, J Chin, Toy Fox Terrier Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Balance of Toy Breeds

HOUND Group: Mr. P. Dawkins Mrs. J. Webb: Bgle, Dach (Smooth), Dach (Wire) Mrs. P. Nykiel: Afghan, Basset, Ir Wolf, Saluki, Whip R. J. Whitney: Eng Fox, Plott, Redbone Coon, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon Mrs. H. W. Stein: Amer English Coon, Am Fox, Basenji, B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Bluetick Coon, RhoRidge Mr. R. Stein: Balance of Hound Breeds

NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. H. W. Stein Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Boston Mr. C. L. Olvis: Fr Bull A. D. Hussin: Norwegian Lndhnd R. J. Whitney: Chow, Pood Ms. E. Muthard: Kees, Schip Mrs. H. W. Stein: Am Esk Dog, Bichon, Bulldog R. Holloway: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds

Friday, December 13 Specialty Shows: Fss/Miscellaneous Breeds Open Show Orlando Dog Training Club Obedience Trial & Rally Trial Akc Juniors Agility Competition • Akc Owner-Handled Series - Finals Eukanuba World Challenge Pre-Judging • Akc Breeder-To-Breeder Seminar Akc/Djaa Advanced Judges Institute For Non-Sporting & Working Groups Breed Specific Education & Seminars Pink Carpet Gala Hosted By Eukanuba

WORKING Group: D. R. Holloway, Jr. R. Holloway: Std Schn R. J. Whitney: Mast, St Bern Ms. E. Muthard: Akita, Alas Mal, AnatolShep Ms. J. N. Paulk: Berns Mtn, Blk Russn Terrier, Boxer, Grt Dane, Sib Hky Mr. P. Dawkins: Bullm, Chinook, Dobe, Grm Pinscher, Giant Schn, Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Nepltn Mastiff A. D. Hussin: Balance of Working Breeds

Saturday, December 14 Akc/Eukanuba National Championship (Daytime & Evening Events) Akc Agility Invitational • Akc Obedience Classic Akc National Juniors Obedience Competition Eukanuba World Challenge Opening Ceremonies (Evening Event) AKC Meet The Breeds • AKC My Dog Can Dog That! AKC/DJAA Advanced Judges Institute For Non-Sporting & Working Groups Breed Specific Education And Seminars

HERDING Group: Mr. R. Stein Mr. P. Dawkins: AustrlShep R. J. Whitney: Brdr Coll Ms. E. Muthard: Beard Coll, Pemb-WC R. Holloway: Bouv, Pulik Mr. C. L. Olvis: Briard, Canaan, Card-WC Mr. R. Stein: Coll, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph Mrs. E. L. Whitney: GSD, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, OES Ms. J. N. Paulk: Pol Low Shp, Pyre Shep, Shetld, Swed Vallhund Mr. F. C. Bassett: Balance of Herding Breeds

TERRIER Group: Mrs. J. Webb Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Min Schn Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Skye, Soft Coated, Staf Bull, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd Mr. F. C. Bassett: Norwich Norfolk, Parson Russell,

AKC/Eukanuba entries through Onofrio: www.onofrio.com

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Sunday, December 15 AKC/Eukanuba National Championship (Daytime And Evening Events) AKC Agility Invitational • AKC Obedience Classic Eukanuba World Challenge Finals (Evening Event) AKC Meet The Breeds AKC My Dog Can Do That! 110 Dog News

MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis Mr. C. L. Olvis: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: A. Agard

ORLANDO CLUSTER EMAIL CONTACTS: • Space Coast Kennel Club:

Glenda Stephenson: Tsgtfoofer@gmail.com

• Brevard Kennel Club:

Catherine Crampton: Catherine@digital.net

• Central FLorida Kennel Club:

Linda G. Rowell: Solorow@aol.com


Cluster 10, 11, & 12, 2013

Orange County Convention Center

9800 International Drive Orlando, Florida 32819

Brevard Kennel Club

Central Florida Kennel Club

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. E. Blake SPORTING Group: A. D. Hussin Mrs. J. Webb: Ret-Gold Mr. R. Stein: Wirehair Ptg Grif Mr. E. Blake: Brit, Weim Mr. P. Dawkins: Span-Clum, Span-Wel Spr D. R. Holloway, Jr.: Span-Eng Ckr, Vizs Ms. E. Muthard: Ret-Flat, Ret-Lab, Spin Ital Mr. C. L. Olvis: Span-Ckr (Black), Span-Eng Spr, Span-Ckr (Parti) Mrs. B. Stenmark: All Pointers, Ret-Ches, RetCurl, Ret-Nova Scotia T, All Setters, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Mrs. P. Nykiel: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: R. J. Whitney Mrs. B. Stenmark: Redbone Coon R. Holloway: Afghan, Basset Mr. P. Dawkins: Amer English Coon, Am Fox Mrs. H. W. Stein: Bgle, Ir Wolf Mrs. P. Nykiel: Borz, Dach, RhoRidge Mrs. E. L. Whitney: ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mr. C. L. Olvis: Basenji, B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Bluetick Coon Mrs. J. Webb: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. R. Stein Mr. P. Dawkins: Mast, Newf, Portuguese, Rottw, Sam Mrs. E. L. Whitney: AnatolShep, Blk Russn Terrier, Dogue de Brdx, Kom, Kuv, Std Schn D. R. Holloway, Jr.: Akita, Alas Mal, Berns Mtn, Cane Corso, Leonberger, Sib Hky, Tibtn Mastiff A. D. Hussin: Balance of Working Breeds

TERRIER Group: Mrs. B. Stenmark Mr. R. Stein: Bull Ter Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Russel Terr, Scotti, Soft Coated, Welsh Ter R. J. Whitney: Airdle, Austr, Cesky Terrier, Staf Bull, Wst Highlnd Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Am Staff, Bdlgtn, Border, Cairn, Glen Imaal, Irish Ter, Kerry, Lakelnd, Manch Ter Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. G. P. Dawkins Mr. F. C. Bassett: I Greyhnd Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Pap Mr. C. L. Olvis: Peke Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Pood Toy R. J. Whitney: Toy Fox Terrier Ms. E. Muthard: Min Pin, Pom Mr. E. Blake: Cav KC Spans, Toy Manch, Shih Tzu Mr. R. Stein: J Chin, Malt, Pug, Silky, Yorks Mrs. D. Burkholder: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Shar-Pei Mr. C. L. Olvis: Kees Mr. R. Stein: Fin Spitz, Fr Bull Ms. E. Muthard: Lhasa, Lowch Mr. E. Blake: Norwegian Lndhnd, Xoloitzcuintli Mrs. H. W. Stein: Dalm, Pood, Schip R. J. Whitney: Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Tib Ter R. Holloway: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. E. L. Whitney Mr. C. L. Olvis: Pemb-WC R. J. Whitney: Coll, Swed Vallhund Ms. J. N. Paulk: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Bouv, Canaan, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph Mr. F. C. Bassett: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. H. W. Stein Mrs. H. W. Stein: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. D. R. Dahlberg

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Thursday, December 12, 2013 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. D. Burkholder SPORTING Group: Mrs. B. Stenmark Mr. R. Stein: Span-Eng Ckr Mr. E. Blake: Span-Suss Mrs. D. Burkholder: Brit, All Pointers Ms. E. Muthard: Ret-Nova Scotia T, Vizs Mr. C. L. Olvis: Set-Eng, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh P. A. Darke: Set-Irsh, Span-Ckr Mrs. B. Stenmark: Ret-Gold, Span-AmW, SpanBoykin, Span-Clum A. D. Hussin: Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, Span-Fld, Span-Irw, Weim Mrs. P. Nykiel: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. H. W. Stein Mrs. B. Stenmark: Dach (Smooth), Dach (Wire) Mrs. J. Webb: Afghan, Amer English Coon, Am Fox Mr. C. L. Olvis: Bgle, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mrs. H. W. Stein: Dach (Long), Eng Fox, Greyhnd, Harr, Ibizan Mr. P. Dawkins: Pharaoh, Plott, Port Pd Peq, Redbone Coon, RhoRidge, Saluki Mr. E. Blake: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. E. Muthard Mr. L. F. Sosa: Rottw Mr. C. L. Olvis: Sam A. D. Hussin: Sib Hky Ms. E. Muthard: Chinook, Newf D. R. Holloway, Jr.: Boxer, Bullm, Grt Dane, Grt Pyr, Mast, Portuguese Mr. P. Dawkins: Akita, Alas Mal, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Dogue de Brdx, Kuv, Tibtn Mastiff P. A. Sosa: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. G. C. Kelly R. Holloway: Kerry Mrs. J. Webb: Austr, Norfolk Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Min Schn, Rat Terrier Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire), Glen Imaal, Irish Ter Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Lakelnd, Staf Bull, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd R. J. Whitney: Am Staff, Norwich, Parson Russell, Russel Terr, Scotti, Sealym, Skye, Soft Coated Mr. F. C. Bassett: Balance of Terrier Breeds

TOY Group: Ms. J. N. Paulk Ms. J. N. Paulk: Chihua (Long) Mr. F. C. Bassett: Chihua (Smooth) Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Eng Toy Sp Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Pood Toy Mr. C. L. Olvis: Silky Mr. M. Feigelson: Yorks Mrs. J. Webb: Toy Manch, Pug Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Affenp, Chin Cr, Shih Tzu Mr. F. Arienti: Malt, Pap, Pom R. Holloway: Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Hava, Peke Mrs. D. Burkholder: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: R. Holloway A. D. Hussin: Bulldog Mr. E. Blake: Fr Bull Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Pood Ms. E. Muthard: Bichon, Boston Mr. L. F. Sosa: Am Esk Dog, Dalm, Norwegian Lndhnd Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Chow, Kees, Lhasa, Schip, Shiba Inu Mrs. H. W. Stein: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. P. Dawkins A. D. Hussin: Beard Coll Mr. F. C. Bassett: Bouv, Canaan Ms. J. N. Paulk: Brdr Coll, Briard, Card-WC, Coll R. J. Whitney: GSD, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, OES Mr. R. Stein: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, PembWC Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. J. Webb Mrs. J. Webb: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. R. J. Mysliwiec, Jr. SWEEPS PUPPY: Dalm Mr. James A Fehring SWEEPS VETERANS: Dalm Mr. James A Fehring

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SWEEPS VETERANS: Eng Fox David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Greyhnd Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Greyhnd Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Dach (Wire) Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS PUPPY: Dach (Wire) Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS VETERANS: Harr Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Harr Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Ibizan Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Ibizan Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Ir Wolf Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Ir Wolf Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Nor Elk Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Nor Elk Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Otter Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Otter Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: PBGV Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: PBGV Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Pharaoh Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Pharaoh Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Plott Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Plott Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Port Pd Peq Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS VETERANS: Port Pd Peq Mr. Paul L Kouski SWEEPS PUPPY: Redbone Coon Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Redbone Coon Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: RhoRidge Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: RhoRidge Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Saluki Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Saluki Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: ScotDeer Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: ScotDeer Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Treeing Walker Coon Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS VETERANS: Treeing Walker Coon Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS VETERANS: Whip Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS PUPPY: Whip Mrs. Penny Swan SWEEPS PUPPY: Working Group Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Working Group Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Akita Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Akita Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Alas Mal Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Alas Mal Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: AnatolShep Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: AnatolShep Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Berns Mtn Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Berns Mtn Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Blk Russn Terrier Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Blk Russn Terrier Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Boxer Barbara O’Conner SWEEPS VETERANS: Boxer Barbara O’Conner SWEEPS PUPPY: Bullm Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Bullm Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Cane Corso Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Cane Corso Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Chinook Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Chinook Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Dobe David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Dobe David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Dogue de Brdx Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Dogue de Brdx Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Grm Pinscher Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Grm Pinscher Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Giant Schn Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Giant Schn Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Grt Dane Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Grt Dane Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Grt Pyr Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Grt Pyr Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Gtr Swiss Mtn Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Gtr Swiss Mtn Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Kom Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Kom Mrs. Nancy J Eilks

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SWEEPS VETERANS: Kuv Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Kuv Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Leonberger Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Leonberger Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Mast Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Mast Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Nepltn Mastiff Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Nepltn Mastiff Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Newf Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Newf Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Portuguese Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Portuguese Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Rottw Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Rottw Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: St Bern Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: St Bern Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Sam Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Sam Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Sib Hky Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Sib Hky Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Std Schn Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Std Schn Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS PUPPY: Tibtn Mastiff Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Tibtn Mastiff Miss Ellen E Vanden Avond SWEEPS VETERANS: Terrier Group Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: Terrier Group Jerry Parisek SWEEPS VETERANS: Airdle David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Airdle David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Am Staff Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Am Staff Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Austr Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Austr Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Bdlgtn Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Bdlgtn Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Border Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Border Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Bull Ter (Color) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Bull Ter (Color) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Bull Ter (White) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Bull Ter (White) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Cairn Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Cairn Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Cesky Terrier David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Cesky Terrier David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Dandie David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Dandie David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Fox Ter (Smooth) David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Fox Ter (Smooth) David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Fox Ter (Wire) David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Fox Ter (Wire) David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Glen Imaal David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Glen Imaal David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Irish Ter David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Irish Ter David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Kerry David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Kerry David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Lakelnd David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Lakelnd David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Min Bull Terrs David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Min Bull Terrs David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Std Manch David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Std Manch David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Min Schn David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Min Schn David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Norfolk Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Norfolk Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Norwich Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Norwich Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Parson Russell Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Parson Russell Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Rat Terrier Heidi Halverson

SWEEPS VETERANS: Rat Terrier Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Russel Terr Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Russel Terr Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Scotti Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Scotti Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Sealym Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Sealym Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Skye David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Skye David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Soft Coated David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Soft Coated David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Staf Bull David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Staf Bull David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Welsh Ter David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Welsh Ter David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Wst Highlnd David Osborn SWEEPS VETERANS: Wst Highlnd David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: Toy Group Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Toy Group Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Affenp Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Affenp Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Bruss Grif Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Bruss Grif Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Cav KC Spans Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Cav KC Spans Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Chihua (Long) Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Chihua (Long) Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Chin Cr Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Chihua (Smooth) Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Chihua (Smooth) Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Chin Cr Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Hava Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Hava Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Eng Toy Sp (B & PC) Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: I Greyhnd Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: I Greyhnd Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Eng Toy Sp (B & PC) Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: J Chin Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: J Chin Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Eng Toy Sp (KC & R) Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Eng Toy Sp (KC & R) Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Malt Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Malt Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Min Pin Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Min Pin Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Toy Manch Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Toy Manch Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Pap Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Pap Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Peke Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Peke Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Pom Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Pom Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Pug Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Pug Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Pood Toy Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Pood Toy Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Shih Tzu Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Shih Tzu Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Silky Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Silky Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Toy Fox Terrier Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Toy Fox Terrier Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Yorks Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Yorks Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Non-Sporting Group Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Non-Sporting Group Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Am Esk Dog Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Am Esk Dog Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Bichon Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Bichon Heidi Halverson

SWEEPS PUPPY: Boston Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Boston Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Bulldog Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Bulldog Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Shar-Pei Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Shar-Pei Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Chow Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Chow Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Dalm Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Dalm Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Fin Spitz Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Fin Spitz Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Fr Bull Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Fr Bull Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Kees Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Kees Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Lhasa Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Lhasa Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Lowch Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Lowch Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Norwegian Lndhnd Heidi Halverson SWEEPS VETERANS: Norwegian Lndhnd Heidi Halverson SWEEPS PUPPY: Pood (Min) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Pood (Min) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Schip Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Pood (Std) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Schip Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Pood (Std) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Shiba Inu Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Shiba Inu Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Tib Span Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Tib Span Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Tib Ter Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Tib Ter Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS PUPPY: Xoloitzcuintli Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Xoloitzcuintli Mr. Dale Hafner SWEEPS VETERANS: Herding Group Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Herding Group Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Austrl Cat Dg Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Austrl Cat Dg Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: AustrlShep Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: AustrlShep Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Beard Coll Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Beard Coll Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Beauceron Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Beauceron Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Bel Mal Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Bel Mal Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Bel Shp Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Bel Shp Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Bel Terv Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Bel Terv Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Brdr Coll Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Brdr Coll Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Bouv Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Bouv Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Briard Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Briard Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Canaan Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Canaan Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Card-WC Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Card-WC Jeanne Heger SWEEPS PUPPY: Coll (Rough) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Coll (Rough) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Entlebucher Mnt Dog Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: Entlebucher Mnt Dog Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: Fin Laph Jerry Parisek SWEEPS VETERANS: Fin Laph Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: GSD Jerry Parisek SWEEPS VETERANS: GSD Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: Coll (Smooth) Jeanne Heger


SWEEPS VETERANS: Coll (Smooth) Jeanne Heger SWEEPS VETERANS: Icelandic Shpdg Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: Icelandic Shpdg Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: Nor Buhund Jerry Parisek SWEEPS VETERANS: Nor Buhund Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: OES Jerry Parisek SWEEPS VETERANS: OES Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: Pemb-WC Jerry Parisek SWEEPS VETERANS: Pemb-WC Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: Pol Low Shp Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Pol Low Shp Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Pulik Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Pulik Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Pyre Shep Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Pyre Shep Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS PUPPY: Shetld Jerry Parisek SWEEPS VETERANS: Shetld Jerry Parisek SWEEPS PUPPY: Swed Vallhund Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: Swed Vallhund Mrs. Nancy J Eilks SWEEPS VETERANS: All Breeds David Osborn SWEEPS PUPPY: All Breeds David Osborn IN Columbus (I) SALAMONIE COCKER SPANIEL CLUB (S) Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds County 200 So & State Rd 11 S CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Holly Davidson, SHW SEC, 624 Bridge Crossing Place, Apt. D, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46227 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mr. S. H. McDonald: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Black) Kenneth “Casey” Cooper SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (ASCOB) Kenneth “Casey” Cooper SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Parti) Kenneth “Casey” Cooper MA W Springfield (I) EASTERN DOG CLUB (S) Eastern States Exposition Grounds 1305 Memorial Ave. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $26.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. C. J. Foley SPORTING Group: D. P. Cline K. Gosling: Ret-Gold D. P. Cline: Set-Gord Mrs. C. P. Patterson: Set-Irsh L. J. Dedering: Ret-Flat, Ret-Lab A. D. Hussin: Span-AmW, Span-Boykin, Span-Irw, Spin Ital Mr. P. A. Baynes: Brit, All Pointers, Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, Vizs, Weim, Wirehair Ptg Grif Ms. D. L. Malenfant: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: A. L. Odom Mr. F. T. Sabella: Afghan Mr. R. E. Hutton: Borz, Greyhnd, Ibizan, Ir Wolf, Pharaoh, Saluki, ScotDeer A. L. Odom: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. E. F. Lyons, Jr. Mr. F. T. Sabella: Boxer, Dobe A. D. Hussin: Giant Schn, Grt Dane, Kuv Mr. P. A. Baynes: Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Kom, Mast, Newf Ms. M. A. Tuff: Blk Russn Terrier, Cane Corso, Dogue de Brdx, Grm Pinscher, Leonberger, Nepltn Mastiff, Tibtn Mastiff Mr. E. F. Lyons, Jr.: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: S. George S. George: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: A. D. Hussin Ms. D. L. Malenfant: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Chihua, Chin Cr, Hava, Eng Toy Sp A. D. Hussin: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. P. Patterson D. P. Cline: Pood Mr. R. E. Hutton: Fr Bull, Kees, Lhasa, Lowch, Norwegian Lndhnd Mr. F. T. Sabella: Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Tib Ter, Xoloitzcuintli Mrs. C. P. Patterson: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Ms. M. A. Tuff Ms. M. A. Tuff: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Ms. M. A. Tuff Ms. M. A. Tuff: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. P. A. Baynes SWEEPS PUPPY: Newf Constance Holt SWEEPS VETERANS: Newf Constance Holt SWEEPS PUPPY: Whip Anna Stromberg SWEEPS PUPPY: Set-Irsh Karen Gatchell SWEEPS PUPPY: Pug Ms. Helene Nietsch SWEEPS VETERANS: Pug Ms. Helene Nietsch SWEEPS VETERANS: Airdle Mark Wamback SWEEPS PUPPY: Airdle Mark Wamback SWEEPS VETERANS: RhoRidge Andra O’Connell SWEEPS PUPPY: RhoRidge Andra O’Connell SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Lab Catherine Fisher SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Lab Catherine Fisher

MN St Cloud* (I) GRANITE CITY KENNEL CLUB OF ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA St Cloud River’s Edge Convention Center 10 Fourth Ave South CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Roy Jones Dog Shows, Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. L. Boileau SPORTING Group: Mr. K. A. Buxton Mr. K. A. Buxton: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Ms. B. Capstick Mr. L. Boileau: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. S. C. Way Ms. S. C. Way: Chinook, Leonberger, Nepltn Mastiff, Newf, St Bern, Tibtn Mastiff Mrs. D. J. Wilkins: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Ms. S. C. Way Mr. L. Boileau: Manch Ter Ms. S. C. Way: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Ms. B. Capstick Ms. B. Capstick: Pood Toy Mr. C. Winslow: Pap, Peke, Pom, Pug, Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mr. L. Boileau: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. C. Winslow Ms. B. Capstick: Fin Spitz, Pood Mrs. D. J. Buxton: Shar-Pei, Kees, Lhasa, Lowch, Norwegian Lndhnd, Xoloitzcuintli Mr. C. Winslow: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. D. J. Buxton Mrs. D. J. Wilkins: AustrlShep Mrs. D. J. Buxton: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Ms. S. C. Way Ms. S. C. Way: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. B. W. Selton: Nov A, Nov B, Open A, Open B, Util A, Util B JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. D. J. Wilkins MN St Cloud (I) NEWFOUNDLAND CLUB OF AMERICA, INC. (S) St Cloud River’s Edge Convention Center 10 Fourth Ave South CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Roy Jones Dog Shows, Inc., SUPT FEE: $22.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mrs. D. J. Wilkins: Breed Ms. B. Capstick: Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY Roger Powell SWEEPS VETERANS Roger Powell MS Gulfport (O) MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST KENNEL CLUB Harrison County Fairgrounds 15321 County Farm Road CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $25.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. J. E. Frederiksen SPORTING Group: Dr. B. G. Smith Mrs. A. D. Hearn: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. J. E. Frederiksen Mrs. R. L. Campbell: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. D. Anderson Mr. J. E. Frederiksen: All Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. R. L. Campbell Mrs. A. D. Hearn: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. A. D. Hearn Mr. R. E. Hall: Affenp, Bruss Grif, I Greyhnd, J Chin, Malt, Min Pin, Toy Manch, Pug, Toy Fox Terrier Mrs. A. D. Hearn: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. A. D. Hearn Mr. R. E. Hall: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. R. L. Campbell Mrs. R. L. Campbell: AustrlShep Ms. D. Anderson: Beard Coll, Card-WC, Pulik, Shetld Mr. J. E. Frederiksen: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. A. D. Hearn Mrs. A. D. Hearn: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Dr. B. G. Smith NC Winston-Salem (I) FORSYTH KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) LJV War Memorial Coliseum 300 Deacon Blvd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $26.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine SPORTING Group: Mr. R. R. Hartinger Mrs. P. Hartinger: Vizs Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Brit, All Pointers, All Retrievers, Set-Eng, Set-Gord Mr. R. R. Hartinger: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. T. Catterson Mr. R. R. Hartinger: Afghan, Basenji, Basset, Bgle Mr. T. Catterson: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. B. A. Vics Mr. R. R. Hartinger: Kuv, Leonberger Mrs. B. A. Vics: Akita, Alas Mal, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Blk Russn Terrier, Boxer, Bullm, Cane Corso, Chinook, Dobe, Dogue de Brdx, Grm Pinscher, Giant Schn Mrs. D. N. Collier: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Ms. M. J. Carberry Ms. M. J. Carberry: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. P. Hartinger Mr. R. R. Hartinger: Pom, Pug, Pood Toy, Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mrs. P. Hartinger: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. T. L. Yates Mr. T. Catterson: Pood (Std) Mr. T. L. Yates: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Ms. S. S. Hennessy Ms. S. S. Hennessy: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Ms. B. L. Clarke Ms. B. L. Clarke: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine SWEEPS VETERANS: Alas Mal Laurie Wells SWEEPS PUPPY: Alas Mal Laurie Wells SWEEPS VETERANS: RhoRidge Curt Willis SWEEPS PUPPY: RhoRidge Curt Willis

PA Oaks* (I) VALLEY FORGE KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center 100 Station Avenue CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Jim Rau Dog Shows, Ltd., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. R. D. Black SPORTING Group: Mrs. P. A. Mowbray-Morgan Mrs. P. A. Gabosch: Span-Ckr Mr. T. Stacy: Span-Eng Ckr Mrs. P. A. Mowbray-Morgan: Pntr-GW, Ret-Lab, Ret-Nova Scotia T, Span-AmW, Span-Boykin, Span-Fld, Spin Ital, Vizs, Weim, Wirehair Ptg Grif Mrs. N. Dee: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. C. T. Neale Mrs. P. A. Mowbray-Morgan: Ibizan Mr. S. J. Hubbell: RhoRidge, Saluki, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mr. C. T. Neale: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. T. M. DePietro Mrs. M. K. Busse: Grt Dane Mrs. F. Haupt: Sib Hky Mrs. P. W. Neale: Dobe, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Nepltn Mastiff, Newf, Portuguese, Rottw, St Bern, Sam, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Mrs. T. M. DePietro: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. J. L. Stacy Mrs. J. L. Stacy: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. T. Stacy Mr. R. D. Black: Toy Manch Mr. T. Stacy: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Chihua, Chin Cr, Hava, Eng Toy Sp, I Greyhnd, J Chin, Malt Mrs. D. Campbell-Freeman: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. N. Hafner Mrs. D. Campbell-Freeman: Lhasa, Pood, Shiba Inu, Tib Ter Mrs. N. Hafner: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. F. Haupt Mrs. M. K. Busse: Coll Mr. S. J. Hubbell: Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph, GSD, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, OES, Pemb-WC, Pol Low Shp, Pulik Mrs. F. Haupt: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. M. K. Busse Mrs. M. K. Busse: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES M. A. Calhoun: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, PNOV, Open A, Open B Mr. L. Wilson: Grad Novr, Grad Openr, POPN, Util A, Util B, PUTL, Versatility JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. M. K. Busse SWEEPS PUPPY: Chin Cr Eleanor Groves SWEEPS PUPPY: Coll (Rough) David Supplee SWEEPS PUPPY: Coll (Smooth) David Supplee SWEEPS PUPPY: Borz R Scott Dove SWEEPS VETERANS: Borz R Scott Dove SWEEPS VETERANS: Berns Mtn Mr. John Constantine SWEEPS PUPPY: Berns Mtn Mr. John Constantine TX Dallas* (I) GREATER COLLIN KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. M. J. Dougherty SPORTING Group: Mr. D. A. Johnson Mr. C. L. Olvis: Pntr-GS, Pntr-GW Ms. M. Martorella: Ret-Lab, Set-Gord Ms. S. R. Lyons: Set-Irsh, Span-Ckr, Span-Eng Spr Mr. J. E. Noe: Brit, Pointer, Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, Ret-Flat, RetGold, Ret-Nova Scotia T, Vizs, Weim Mr. G. E. Marquis: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Ms. M. Martorella Ms. S. R. Lyons: RhoRidge Mrs. L. Zaworski: Saluki Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna: Dach, Otter Ms. E. Muthard: Amer English Coon, Am Fox, Basenji Mrs. P. B. Peat: Borz, Eng Fox, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mr. D. A. Johnson: Afghan, Basset, Bgle, B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Bluetick Coon, Harr, Ibizan Mr. M. J. Dougherty: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis Ms. L. Whittier: Grt Dane, Kom, Kuv, Rottw Mr. G. E. Marquis: St Bern, Sam, Sib Hky, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Ms. M. Martorella: Dobe, Giant Schn, Leonberger, Mast, Nepltn Mastiff, Portuguese Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. B. D. Alderman Mr. C. L. Olvis: Min Schn Mr. M. J. Dougherty: Norwich Norfolk, Parson Russell, Scotti, Soft Coated, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd Mrs. P. B. Peat: Airdle, Austr, Bdlgtn, Border, Cairn, Dandie, Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire), Lakelnd, Manch Ter Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. P. B. Peat Mr. D. A. Johnson: Cav KC Spans Mr. G. E. Marquis: Min Pin Mr. R. E. Herner: Pug Ms. S. R. Lyons: Pood Toy Mrs. P. B. Peat: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Chihua Ms. E. Muthard: Toy Manch, Pap, Peke, Pom, Shih Tzu, Yorks Ms. L. Whittier: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Ms. S. R. Lyons Mr. G. E. Marquis: Bichon Ms. E. Muthard: Boston Ms. S. R. Lyons: Pood Mr. R. E. Herner: Bulldog, Chow, Dalm, Fr Bull, Kees, Lhasa Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna Mr. J. E. Noe: Brdr Coll, Bouv Mr. G. E. Marquis: GSD, OES, Pemb-WC Mr. C. L. Olvis: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Briard Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. M. J. Dougherty Mr. M. J. Dougherty: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Ms. P. L. Maynard: Nov A, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B Mrs. S. A. Redmer: Nov B, PNOV, Grad Openr, POPN, Util B, PUTL, Versatility Mr. R. M. Margolis: Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Util A JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. D. A. Johnson SWEEPS PUPPY: Saluki John D Arvin SWEEPS VETERANS: Saluki John D Arvin SWEEPS PUPPY: Grt Dane Jamie Harshfield

TX Kingwood (O) GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG CLUB OF HOUSTON Kingwood College 20000 Kingwood Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 5:00 p.m. Mr. Jane Bates, SHW SEC, 26049 W FM 1097 RD, MONTGOMERY, TX 77356 FEE: $25.00 Mrs. J. L. Rand: Breed WA Ridgefield (I) COLUMBIA RIVER CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL CLUB Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Mrs. Karen Burgess, SHW SEC, PO BOX C, C/O FOY TRENT DOG SHOWS, STURGEON, MO 65284 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Mr. T. W. Eubank: Breed Mrs. K. A. Hamilton: Jr. Showmanship WA Ridgefield (I) GREATER CLARK COUNTY KENNEL CLUB INC (S) Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. J. V. Daniels SPORTING Group: Mr. W. J. Sommerfelt Mr. W. J. Sommerfelt: Ret-Gold, All Spaniels, All Spaniels, Spin Ital, Vizs, Weim, Wirehair Ptg Grif Mr. L. W. Bayne: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: J. P. Wade J. P. Wade: Basset, Bgle, B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Bluetick Coon, Borz, Dach, Eng Fox, Greyhnd, Harr, Ibizan Dr. R. I. Spritzer: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Dr. R. I. Spritzer Mrs. S. N. Abraham: Boxer Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Kom, Kuv, Leonberger Dr. R. I. Spritzer: AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Bullm, Chinook, Grt Dane Ms. S. I. Wheat: Dogue de Brdx, Giant Schn, Portuguese, Sam, Sib Hky J. P. Wade: Gtr Swiss Mtn, Mast, Nepltn Mastiff, Newf, St Bern Mrs. J. V. Daniels: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. K. C. Wilson Mrs. K. C. Wilson: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. C. Vogels Mrs. K. C. Wilson: Toy Manch Ms. S. I. Wheat: Pom Mr. J. C. Walton: Pood Toy Miss V. L. Lyne: Peke, Pug, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mrs. C. Vogels: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. J. C. Walton Ms. S. I. Wheat: Bulldog Miss V. L. Lyne: Kees Mr. J. C. Walton: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza Ms. S. I. Wheat: Briard, Canaan, Card-WC, Coll Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: J. P. Wade J. P. Wade: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. S. N. Abraham SWEEPS PUPPY: Border Danielle Greene SWEEPS VETERANS: Border Danielle Greene SWEEPS VETERANS: Kees Mr. Rod D Strand SWEEPS PUPPY: Kees Mr. Rod D Strand SWEEPS VETERANS: Cairn Rebecca Scherbarth SWEEPS PUPPY: Cairn Rebecca Scherbarth

DECEMBER 8 - SUNDAY AZ Phoenix (O) GRAND CANYON GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG CLUB Clarion Hotel Phoenix 5121 E La Puente Ave. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Carol Hudd, SHW SEC, 5555 EL CAMINO RD, LAS VEGAS, NV 89118 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mrs. K. O. Potter: Breed, Jr. Showmanship CA Costa Mesa (I) MALIBU KENNEL CLUB (S) Orange County Fairgrounds 88 Fair Dr. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $23.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. J. C. Briley SPORTING Group: Mr. R. J. Shreve Mrs. C. A. Levy: Pntr-GS Ms. E. McDowell: Brit, Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab, Weim Mr. R. J. Shreve: Ret-Flat, Ret-Nova Scotia T, All Setters, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh, Span-Ckr, Span-Fld, Span-Irw, Vizs, Wirehair Ptg Grif Mrs. K. Kahn: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. K. Kahn Mrs. K. Kahn: PBGV Mr. R. L. Horvath: Basenji, Dach Mr. J. C. Briley: Afghan, Amer English Coon, Am Fox, Basset, Bgle, Bloodhnd, Bluetick Coon, Borz, Eng Fox, Ibizan, Pharaoh, Saluki Mr. K. H. Delaney: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. A. Addicott Mrs. K. Kahn: Grt Dane Mrs. C. A. Levy: Giant Schn, Std Schn Mr. J. C. Briley: Boxer, Dobe, Sam Mr. R. J. Shreve: Chinook, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Leonberger, Newf, Rottw, St Bern Mr. A. Addicott: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. B. R. Edwards Ms. E. McDowell: Soft Coated Mr. B. R. Edwards: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Ms. B. J. Wood Mr. B. R. Edwards: Toy Manch Mrs. K. Kahn: Hava, I Greyhnd, Min Pin, Shih Tzu, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mr. K. H. Delaney: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Eng Toy Sp, J Chin, Malt, Pap, Pug Ms. B. J. Wood: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. A. Levy Ms. B. J. Wood: Shar-Pei, Pood Mr. R. J. Shreve: Chow, Dalm, Fin Spitz, Kees Mrs. C. A. Levy: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Ms. E. McDowell Mr. R. J. Shreve: Canaan Mr. A. Addicott: Austrl Cat Dg, Brdr Coll, OES Mr. B. R. Edwards: Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Briard, Coll, GSD, Pemb-WC Ms. E. McDowell: Balance of Herding Breeds

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MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. C. A. Levy Mrs. C. A. Levy: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. R. L. Horvath SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Eng Ckr Sandra LaFlamme SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Eng Ckr Sandra LaFlamme FL Miami* (I) GREATER MIAMI DOG CLUB, INC. Fair Expo Center 10901 S W 24th Street CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 12:00 p.m. MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $19.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. S. Goldberg SPORTING Group: Mr. E. J. Ringle Mr. E. J. Ringle: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. T. M. Gallo Mrs. T. M. Gallo: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. E. J. Ringle Mrs. T. M. Gallo: Akita, Boxer, Bullm, Dobe Mr. J. R. Cole: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. J. R. Cole Mrs. S. Goldberg: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. D. A. Dalton Mrs. D. A. Dalton: All Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. D. A. Dalton Mrs. S. Goldberg: Bulldog, Fr Bull, Lhasa, Lowch, Schip, Tib Span, Tib Ter Mrs. D. A. Dalton: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. T. M. Gallo Mr. J. R. Cole: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. J. R. Cole Mr. J. R. Cole: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. J. Iermiero: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, PNOV, Grad Openr, Util A, Util B, PUTL, Versatility Mr. R. F. Roberts: Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, POPN To Be Assigned: Nov Wildc, Opn Wildc, Utl Wildc JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. J. R. Cole IL Belleville (I) EDWARDSVILLE ILLINOIS KENNEL CLUB Belle-Clair Fairgrounds 200 South Belt East CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $26.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Ms. V. M. Jordan SPORTING Group: Mr. E. Blake K. Schlecht: Ret-Gold Mr. D. J. Murphy: Ret-Lab Mr. E. Blake: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. J. A. Penta Mr. E. Blake: RhoRidge Mrs. J. A. Penta: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. P. F. Willhauck Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Rottw Mr. P. F. Willhauck: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Dr. G. C. Penta Mr. D. J. Murphy: Bdlgtn Dr. G. C. Penta: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. D. J. Kirkland Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Pood Toy Mr. D. J. Murphy: Cav KC Spans, J Chin Mr. R. P. Steen: Chihua, Min Pin, Pom, Pug Mr. D. J. Kirkland: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. E. Blake Dr. G. C. Penta: Chow Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Pood, Shiba Inu Ms. V. M. Jordan: Am Esk Dog, Dalm, Kees Mr. D. J. Murphy: Bichon, Bulldog, Shar-Pei, Fr Bull, Lhasa Mr. E. Blake: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. W. G. Willhauck Mr. D. J. Murphy: Beard Coll Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Austrl Cat Dg, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Brdr Coll, Coll, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph, Swed Vallhund Ms. V. M. Jordan: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. D. J. Kirkland Mr. D. J. Kirkland: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. D. J. Kirkland IL Rosemont (I) GREATER CHICAGOLAND CHINESE SHAR-PEI CLUB (S) Donald E Stephens Convention Center 5555 N River Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Mrs. C. S. Clapp: Breed SWEEPS VETERANS Marla Jordon SWEEPS PUPPY Marla Jordon IL Rosemont (I) ILLINI DOBERMAN PINSCHER CLUB (S) Donald E Stephens Convention Center 5555 N River Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Mr. Andy Ivanicky IL Rosemont* (I) SKOKIE VALLEY KENNEL CLUB, INC. Donald E Stephens Convention Center 5555 N River Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. J. R. White SPORTING Group: Mrs. E. E. Mathis Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Ret-Gold Mrs. E. E. Mathis: Vizs Mrs. C. S. Clapp: Ret-Lab, Set-Irsh Mr. J. R. White: Brit, All Pointers, Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, RetFlat, Ret-Nova Scotia T Dr. A. D. DiNardo: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Dr. A. D. DiNardo Mrs. C. S. Clapp: Bloodhnd Dr. A. D. DiNardo: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. L. Boutwell Mr. J. R. White: Akita, Alas Mal, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Blk Russn Terrier, Boxer, Bullm, Cane Corso, Chinook Mrs. L. Boutwell: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. L. Boutwell Mrs. L. Boutwell: Staf Bull, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd Mrs. E. E. Mathis: Balance of Terrier Breeds

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TOY Group: Mrs. D. Hansen Mrs. E. E. Mathis: Cav KC Spans, Pom Mrs. D. Hansen: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. S. Clapp Mrs. D. Hansen: Shar-Pei Mrs. E. E. Mathis: Fr Bull Mrs. C. S. Clapp: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. C. Walkowicz Mrs. N. J. Eilks: Beard Coll, Bouv, Briard, Card-WC, Coll, OES, Pemb-WC Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. C. Walkowicz Mrs. C. Walkowicz: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. S. M. Mayborne: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, Util A, Util B, Versatility Mr. R. T. Self, Jr.: Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. C. S. Clapp IN Columbus (I) SALAMONIE COCKER SPANIEL CLUB (S) Bartholomew County 4-H Fairgrounds County 200 So & State Rd 11 S CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Ms. Holly Davidson, SHW SEC, 624 Bridge Crossing Dr., Apt. D, Indianapolis, IN 46227 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mrs. K. Lorentzen: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Black) Melanie King SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (ASCOB) Melanie King SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Parti) Melanie King MA W Springfield (I) EASTERN DOG CLUB (S) Eastern States Exposition Grounds 1305 Memorial Ave. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $26.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. F. T. Sabella SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. P. Patterson Ms. D. L. Malenfant: Set-Irsh Mr. P. A. Baynes: Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab Mrs. C. P. Patterson: Set-Irsh Rd&Wh, All Spaniels, All Spaniels, Spin Ital, Vizs, Weim, Wirehair Ptg Grif A. D. Hussin: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Ms. D. L. Malenfant D. P. Cline: Nor Elk Ms. D. L. Malenfant: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. P. A. Baynes Mr. P. A. Baynes: Boxer D. P. Cline: Dobe, Dogue de Brdx, Grm Pinscher, Giant Schn, Grt Dane, Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Kom, Kuv, Newf A. D. Hussin: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mrs. C. P. Patterson: Rat Terrier, Russel Terr, Scotti, Sealym, Skye, Soft Coated, Staf Bull, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd Mr. R. E. Hutton: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr. Mr. F. T. Sabella: Pood Toy Mr. R. E. Hutton: I Greyhnd, Pug Ms. M. A. Tuff: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mr. F. T. Sabella: Bulldog, Fr Bull, Pood Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: A. D. Hussin A. D. Hussin: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. P. A. Baynes Mr. P. A. Baynes: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Ms. M. A. Tuff SWEEPS PUPPY: Newf Phyllis Welch SWEEPS VETERANS: Newf Phyllis Welch SWEEPS PUPPY: Pug Mr. Tony Raposo SWEEPS VETERANS: Pug Mr. Tony Raposo SWEEPS VETERANS: Basset Frederick R Vogel SWEEPS PUPPY: Basset Frederick R Vogel MN St Cloud* (I) GRANITE CITY KENNEL CLUB OF ST. CLOUD, MINNESOTA St Cloud River’s Edge Convention Center 10 Fourth Ave South CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Roy Jones Dog Shows, Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Ms. S. C. Way SPORTING Group: Mrs. D. J. Buxton Mrs. D. J. Buxton: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. L. Boileau Ms. S. C. Way: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. B. Capstick Mrs. D. J. Buxton: Newf C. K. Nemerov: Akita, Dobe, Grt Dane, Rottw Ms. B. Capstick: Chinook, Leonberger, Nepltn Mastiff, St Bern, Tibtn Mastiff Ms. S. C. Way: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Ms. J. E. Thill Mr. C. Winslow: Manch Ter Ms. J. E. Thill: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. C. Winslow Ms. B. Capstick: Eng Toy Sp, J Chin Mr. L. Boileau: Pap, Peke, Pom, Pug, Shih Tzu, Pood Toy, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mr. C. Winslow: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. L. Boileau Mr. L. Boileau: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. K. A. Buxton Mr. K. A. Buxton: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. C. Winslow Mr. C. Winslow: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Ms. K. J. Anderson: Nov A, Nov B, Open A, Open B, Util A, Util B JR SHOWMANSHIP: C. K. Nemerov MN St Cloud (I) NEWFOUNDLAND CLUB OF AMERICA, INC. (S) St Cloud River’s Edge Convention Center 10 Fourth Ave South CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Roy Jones Dog Shows, Inc., SUPT FEE: $22.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mr. C. Winslow: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS VETERANS Coleman Nemerov SWEEPS PUPPY Coleman Nemerov

MS Gulfport (O) MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST KENNEL CLUB Harrison County Fairgrounds 15321 County Farm Road CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $25.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. A. D. Hearn SPORTING Group: Mrs. A. D. Hearn Dr. B. G. Smith: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. R. L. Campbell Mr. J. E. Frederiksen: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. J. E. Frederiksen Ms. D. Anderson: All Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. A. D. Hearn Mrs. D. Edge: Staf Bull Mrs. R. L. Campbell: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. J. E. Frederiksen Mrs. R. L. Campbell: Toy Manch Mrs. D. Edge: Bruss Grif, I Greyhnd Mrs. A. D. Hearn: Affenp, J Chin, Malt, Min Pin, Pug, Toy Fox Terrier Mr. R. E. Hall: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. R. E. Hall Ms. D. Anderson: Norwegian Lndhnd Mrs. D. Edge: Pood Mrs. A. D. Hearn: Bichon, Boston, Bulldog, Fr Bull, Kees, Lhasa, Tib Ter Mr. J. E. Frederiksen: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. J. E. Frederiksen Mr. J. E. Frederiksen: AustrlShep Mrs. R. L. Campbell: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. R. E. Hall Mr. R. E. Hall: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. R. E. Hall NC Winston-Salem (I) FORSYTH KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) LJV War Memorial Coliseum 300 Deacon Blvd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $26.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. B. A. Vics SPORTING Group: Mr. J. S. Covey Mrs. S. E. Sasser: Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab Ms. B. L. Clarke: Pntr-GS, Pntr-GW, Vizs Mr. J. S. Covey: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Ms. S. S. Hennessy Mr. T. Catterson: Afghan, Basenji, Basset, Bgle Ms. S. S. Hennessy: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. D. N. Collier Mr. T. Catterson: Sam Mrs. D. N. Collier: Akita, Alas Mal, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Blk Russn Terrier, Boxer, Bullm, Cane Corso, Chinook, Dobe, Dogue de Brdx, Grm Pinscher, Giant Schn Mrs. B. A. Vics: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Ms. B. L. Clarke Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Affenp Mr. T. Catterson: Pug, Pood Toy, Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Ms. B. L. Clarke: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. P. Hartinger Mr. T. Catterson: Bulldog Mrs. P. Hartinger: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. R. R. Hartinger Mr. R. R. Hartinger: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. T. Catterson Mr. T. Catterson: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. T. Catterson SWEEPS PUPPY: Alas Mal Susan Wise SWEEPS VETERANS: Alas Mal Susan Wise SWEEPS PUPPY: RhoRidge Dr. Donna Brown SWEEPS VETERANS: RhoRidge Dr. Donna Brown PA Oaks* (I) VALLEY FORGE KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center 100 Station Avenue CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Jim Rau Dog Shows, Ltd., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. S. J. Hubbell SPORTING Group: Mrs. D. Campbell-Freeman Mr. C. T. Neale: Pntr-GS Mrs. T. M. DePietro: Brit, Pointer, Pntr-GW, All Retrievers, Set-Eng, Set-Gord, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Mrs. D. Campbell-Freeman: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. P. W. Neale Mrs. P. A. Mowbray-Morgan: Ir Wolf, Nor Elk, Otter, PBGV, Pharaoh, Plott, Port Pd Peq, Redbone Coon, RhoRidge, Saluki, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mrs. P. W. Neale: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. F. Haupt Mr. S. J. Hubbell: Nepltn Mastiff, Rottw, Sam, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff L. Berberich: Alas Mal, Berns Mtn, Boxer, Bullm, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Mast, Newf, Portuguese, St Bern, Sib Hky Mrs. F. Haupt: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. T. Stacy Mr. T. Stacy: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. N. Hafner Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Pom, Pug, Pood Toy, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mrs. N. Hafner: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. M. K. Busse Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Lhasa, Lowch, Norwegian Lndhnd, Pood, Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Tib Ter, Xoloitzcuintli Mrs. M. K. Busse: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. C. T. Neale Mr. S. J. Hubbell: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Coll Mrs. P. A. Mowbray-Morgan: Pemb-WC, Pol Low Shp, Pulik, Pyre Shep, Shetld, Swed Vallhund Mr. C. T. Neale: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. J. L. Stacy Mrs. J. L. Stacy: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. L. Wilson: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, PNOV, Open A, Open B M. A. Calhoun: Grad Novr, Grad Openr, POPN, Util A, Util B, PUTL, Versatility JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. P. W. Neale SWEEPS PUPPY: Chin Cr Robert Black SWEEPS PUPPY: Pntr-GS Deirdre Rahn SWEEPS VETERANS: Pntr-GS Deirdre Rahn SWEEPS PUPPY: Sib Hky Andrew Ritter SWEEPS VETERANS: Sib Hky Andrew Ritter

TX Dallas* (I) TEXAS KENNEL CLUB, INC. Dallas Market Hall 2200 Stemmons Freeway CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $22.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Ms. S. R. Lyons SPORTING Group: Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna Ms. E. Muthard: Span-Eng Spr Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Ret-Lab, All Setters Mr. G. E. Marquis: Brit, All Pointers, Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, Ret-Flat, Ret-Gold, Ret-Nova Scotia T Mr. D. A. Johnson: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis Ms. M. Martorella: Bloodhnd Mr. D. A. Johnson: Dach Ms. E. Muthard: RhoRidge Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna: Ir Wolf, PBGV, Pharaoh, Plott, Redbone Coon Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Greyhnd, Harr, Ibizan, Nor Elk, Port Pd Peq, Saluki, Treeing Walker Coon Mr. M. J. Dougherty: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. G. E. Marquis Mr. G. E. Marquis: Chinook Ms. L. Whittier: Alas Mal, Giant Schn Ms. M. Martorella: Akita, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Blk Russn Terrier, Boxer, Bullm, Cane Corso, Rottw, St Bern, Sam, Sib Hky, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Mr. J. E. Noe: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. M. J. Dougherty Mr. M. J. Dougherty: Rat Terrier, Russel Terr, Sealym, Skye, Staf Bull Mrs. P. B. Peat: Min Schn, Norwich Norfolk, Parson Russell, Scotti, Soft Coated, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd Mr. R. E. Herner: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. R. E. Herner Mr. G. E. Marquis: Cav KC Spans Mr. D. A. Johnson: Hava Mrs. P. B. Peat: Pood Toy Mr. R. E. Herner: Chihua, Yorks Ms. L. Whittier: Min Pin, Toy Manch, Pap, Peke, Pom, Pug, Shih Tzu Ms. E. Muthard: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Ms. E. Muthard Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Kees Mrs. P. B. Peat: Pood Mr. C. L. Olvis: Fr Bull, Lhasa Ms. S. R. Lyons: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. J. E. Noe Ms. E. Muthard: Bel Shp, Bouv, GSD Mrs. K. Meredith-Cavanna: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Terv, Brdr Coll, Briard Mr. C. L. Olvis: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Ms. S. R. Lyons Ms. S. R. Lyons: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. R. M. Margolis: Nov A, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B Ms. P. L. Maynard: Nov B, PNOV, Grad Openr, POPN, Util B, PUTL, Versatility Mrs. S. A. Redmer: Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Util A JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. R. E. Herner TX Kingwood (O) GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG CLUB OF HOUSTON Kingwood College 20000 Kingwood Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Jane Bates, SHW SEC, 26049 W FM 1097 RD, MONTGOMERY, TX 77356 FEE: $50.00 Ms. C. R. Smith: Breed VA Virginia Beach (O) GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG CLUB OF AMERICA KOA Campground Va Beach 1240 General Booth Blvd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Gerry Colligan, SHW SEC, 10156 BOLLING BLVD, CARROLLTON, VA 23314 Mrs. C. K. LaRosa: Breed, Jr. Showmanship VA Virginia Beach (O) GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG CLUB OF EASTERN VIRGINIA KOA Campground Va Beach 1240 General Booth Blvd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Gerry Colligan, SHW SEC, 10156 BOLLING BLVD, CARROLLTON, VA 23314 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mr. J. D. LaRosa: Breed, Jr. Showmanship WA Ridgefield (I) GREATER CLARK COUNTY KENNEL CLUB INC Clark Co Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. W. J. Sommerfelt SPORTING Group: Mrs. K. C. Wilson Dr. R. I. Spritzer: All Pointers, Ret-Flat, Ret-Gold, Span-Ckr, Span-Eng Ckr, Span-Eng Spr, Span-Irw, Wirehair Ptg Grif Mrs. K. C. Wilson: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. J. C. Walton Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mr. J. C. Walton: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: J. P. Wade Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Boxer, Giant Schn, Grt Dane, Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Mast, Nepltn Mastiff, Newf, Portuguese, Rottw, St Bern, Sam, Sib Hky, Std Schn J. P. Wade: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. J. V. Daniels J. P. Wade: Cairn Mrs. J. V. Daniels: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Miss V. L. Lyne Mr. J. C. Walton: Pap Mrs. J. V. Daniels: Toy Manch Mr. L. W. Bayne: Pood Toy, Shih Tzu Mrs. C. Vogels: Peke, Pom, Pug, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Miss V. L. Lyne: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. L. W. Bayne Mr. H. J. Williams: Bulldog Ms. S. I. Wheat: Kees, Lhasa, Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Tib Ter, Xoloitzcuintli Mr. L. W. Bayne: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Ms. S. I. Wheat Ms. S. I. Wheat: Pemb-WC, Pol Low Shp, Pulik, Pyre Shep, Shetld, Swed Vallhund Mr. W. J. Sommerfelt: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Dr. R. I. Spritzer Dr. R. I. Spritzer: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Ms. E. K. Fish


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CA Costa Mesa (I) MALIBU KENNEL CLUB Orange County Fairgrounds 88 Fair Dr. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $23.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Ms. B. J. Wood SPORTING Group: Mrs. K. Kahn Ms. E. McDowell: Ret-Flat, All Setters Mrs. K. Kahn: Brit, Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab, Ret-Nova Scotia T, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh, Span-Ckr, Span-Fld, Span-Irw, Vizs, Weim, Wirehair Ptg Grif Mr. R. J. Shreve: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. K. H. Delaney Mr. J. C. Briley: B & T Coonhnd, Greyhnd, Nor Elk, PBGV, Redbone Coon, RhoRidge, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mrs. K. Kahn: Harr, Ibizan, Ir Wolf, Otter, Plott, Port Pd Peq, Saluki, ScotDeer Mr. K. H. Delaney: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. J. C. Briley Mr. R. J. Shreve: Boxer, Cane Corso, Dogue de Brdx, Grm Pinscher, Grt Pyr, Portuguese, Sib Hky Mr. A. Addicott: Dobe, Giant Schn, Leonberger, Newf, Rottw, St Bern, Sam, Std Schn Mr. J. C. Briley: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. C. A. Levy Ms. E. McDowell: Fox Ter (Smooth), Kerry Mrs. C. A. Levy: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. J. C. Briley Mr. J. C. Briley: Pug Mrs. C. A. Levy: Toy Manch, Pood Toy Mrs. K. Kahn: Cav KC Spans, Chihua, Pom Mr. K. H. Delaney: Chin Cr, Peke, Silky Ms. B. J. Wood: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Ms. B. J. Wood Mrs. K. Kahn: Shar-Pei Mr. R. J. Shreve: Bichon, Fr Bull Mrs. C. A. Levy: Dalm, Fin Spitz, Pood Mr. K. H. Delaney: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. R. J. Shreve Mr. R. J. Shreve: Beauceron, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Icelandic Shpdg Ms. E. McDowell: Austrl Cat Dg, Brdr Coll, Canaan, Coll, GSD, OES, Pemb-WC Mr. A. Addicott: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. A. Addicott Mr. A. Addicott: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Ms. B. J. Wood

FL Orlando (I) BREVARD KENNEL CLUB Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $35.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. E. Blake SPORTING Group: A. D. Hussin Mrs. J. Webb: Ret-Gold Mr. R. Stein: Wirehair Ptg Grif Mr. E. Blake: Brit, Weim Mr. P. Dawkins: Span-Clum, Span-Wel Spr D. R. Holloway, Jr.: Span-Eng Ckr, Vizs Ms. E. Muthard: Ret-Flat, Ret-Lab, Spin Ital Mr. C. L. Olvis: Span-Ckr (Black), Span-Eng Spr, Span-Ckr (Parti) Mrs. B. Stenmark: All Pointers, Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, RetNova Scotia T, All Setters, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Mrs. P. Nykiel: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: R. J. Whitney Mrs. B. Stenmark: Redbone Coon R. Holloway: Afghan, Basset Mr. P. Dawkins: Amer English Coon, Am Fox Mrs. H. W. Stein: Bgle, Ir Wolf Mrs. P. Nykiel: Borz, Dach, RhoRidge Mrs. E. L. Whitney: ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mr. C. L. Olvis: Basenji, B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Bluetick Coon Mrs. J. Webb: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. R. Stein Mr. P. Dawkins: Mast, Newf, Portuguese, Rottw, Sam Mrs. E. L. Whitney: AnatolShep, Blk Russn Terrier, Dogue de Brdx, Kom, Kuv, Std Schn D. R. Holloway, Jr.: Akita, Alas Mal, Berns Mtn, Cane Corso, Leonberger, Sib Hky, Tibtn Mastiff A. D. Hussin: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. B. Stenmark Mr. R. Stein: Bull Ter Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Russel Terr, Scotti, Soft Coated, Welsh Ter R. J. Whitney: Airdle, Austr, Cesky Terrier, Staf Bull, Wst Highlnd Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Am Staff, Bdlgtn, Border, Cairn, Glen Imaal, Irish Ter, Kerry, Lakelnd, Manch Ter Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. G. P. Dawkins Mr. F. C. Bassett: I Greyhnd Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Pap Mr. C. L. Olvis: Peke Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Pood Toy R. J. Whitney: Toy Fox Terrier Ms. E. Muthard: Min Pin, Pom Mr. E. Blake: Cav KC Spans, Toy Manch, Shih Tzu Mr. R. Stein: J Chin, Malt, Pug, Silky, Yorks Mrs. D. Burkholder: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Shar-Pei Mr. C. L. Olvis: Kees Mr. R. Stein: Fin Spitz, Fr Bull Ms. E. Muthard: Lhasa, Lowch Mr. E. Blake: Norwegian Lndhnd, Xoloitzcuintli Mrs. H. W. Stein: Dalm, Pood, Schip R. J. Whitney: Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Tib Ter R. Holloway: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. E. L. Whitney Mr. C. L. Olvis: Pemb-WC R. J. Whitney: Coll, Swed Vallhund Ms. J. N. Paulk: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Bouv, Canaan, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph Mr. F. C. Bassett: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. H. W. Stein Mrs. H. W. Stein: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. D. R. Dahlberg

DECEMBER 10 - TUESDAY FL Orlando (I) SPACE COAST KENNEL CLUB OF PALM BAY Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $35.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. G. C. Kelly SPORTING Group: Mrs. P. Nykiel Mrs. D. Burkholder: All Setters Mrs. B. Stenmark: Wirehair Ptg Grif Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Pointer, Pntr-GS D. R. Holloway, Jr.: Ret-Gold, Span-Ckr Mrs. P. Nykiel: Ret-Nova Scotia T, Weim Mr. R. Stein: Brit, Span-Suss, Span-Wel Spr, Spin Ital Mrs. J. Webb: Span-Eng Ckr, Span-Eng Spr, Span-Fld, Span-Irw, Vizs Mr. E. Blake: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. P. Dawkins Mrs. J. Webb: Bgle, Dach (Smooth), Dach (Wire) Mrs. P. Nykiel: Afghan, Basset, Ir Wolf, Saluki, Whip R. J. Whitney: Eng Fox, Plott, Redbone Coon, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon Mrs. H. W. Stein: Amer English Coon, Am Fox, Basenji, B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Bluetick Coon, RhoRidge Mr. R. Stein: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: D. R. Holloway, Jr. R. Holloway: Std Schn R. J. Whitney: Mast, St Bern Ms. E. Muthard: Akita, Alas Mal, AnatolShep Ms. J. N. Paulk: Berns Mtn, Blk Russn Terrier, Boxer, Grt Dane, Sib Hky Mr. P. Dawkins: Bullm, Chinook, Dobe, Grm Pinscher, Giant Schn, Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Nepltn Mastiff A. D. Hussin: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. J. Webb Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Min Schn Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Skye, Soft Coated, Staf Bull, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd Mr. F. C. Bassett: Norwich Norfolk, Parson Russell, Rat Terrier, Russel Terr, Scotti, Sealym Mrs. B. Stenmark: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. R. Stein Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Cav KC Spans Ms. J. N. Paulk: Pap R. J. Whitney: Pood Toy Mr. F. C. Bassett: Eng Toy Sp, Shih Tzu Mrs. D. Burkholder: Malt, Yorks Mr. C. L. Olvis: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Chin Cr Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Chihua, Pug, Silky Ms. E. Muthard: Hava, I Greyhnd, J Chin, Toy Fox Terrier Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. H. W. Stein Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Boston Mr. C. L. Olvis: Fr Bull A. D. Hussin: Norwegian Lndhnd R. J. Whitney: Chow, Pood Ms. E. Muthard: Kees, Schip Mrs. H. W. Stein: Am Esk Dog, Bichon, Bulldog R. Holloway: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. R. Stein Mr. P. Dawkins: AustrlShep R. J. Whitney: Brdr Coll Ms. E. Muthard: Beard Coll, Pemb-WC R. Holloway: Bouv, Pulik Mr. C. L. Olvis: Briard, Canaan, Card-WC Mr. R. Stein: Coll, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph Mrs. E. L. Whitney: GSD, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, OES Ms. J. N. Paulk: Pol Low Shp, Pyre Shep, Shetld, Swed Vallhund Mr. F. C. Bassett: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. C. L. Olvis Mr. C. L. Olvis: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: A. Agard

DECEMBER 12 - THURSDAY FL Orlando (I) CENTRAL FLORIDA KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $35.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. D. Burkholder SPORTING Group: Mrs. B. Stenmark Mr. R. Stein: Span-Eng Ckr Mr. E. Blake: Span-Suss Mrs. D. Burkholder: Brit, All Pointers Ms. E. Muthard: Ret-Nova Scotia T, Vizs Mr. C. L. Olvis: Set-Eng, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh P. A. Darke: Set-Irsh, Span-Ckr Mrs. B. Stenmark: Ret-Gold, Span-AmW, Span-Boykin, Span-Clum A. D. Hussin: Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, Span-Fld, Span-Irw, Weim Mrs. P. Nykiel: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. H. W. Stein Mrs. B. Stenmark: Dach (Smooth), Dach (Wire) Mrs. J. Webb: Afghan, Amer English Coon, Am Fox Mr. C. L. Olvis: Bgle, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip Mrs. H. W. Stein: Dach (Long), Eng Fox, Greyhnd, Harr, Ibizan Mr. P. Dawkins: Pharaoh, Plott, Port Pd Peq, Redbone Coon, RhoRidge, Saluki Mr. E. Blake: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. E. Muthard Mr. L. F. Sosa: Rottw Mr. C. L. Olvis: Sam A. D. Hussin: Sib Hky Ms. E. Muthard: Chinook, Newf D. R. Holloway, Jr.: Boxer, Bullm, Grt Dane, Grt Pyr, Mast, Portuguese Mr. P. Dawkins: Akita, Alas Mal, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Dogue de Brdx, Kuv, Tibtn Mastiff P. A. Sosa: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. G. C. Kelly R. Holloway: Kerry Mrs. J. Webb: Austr, Norfolk Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Min Schn, Rat Terrier Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire), Glen Imaal, Irish Ter Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Lakelnd, Staf Bull, Welsh Ter, Wst Highlnd R. J. Whitney: Am Staff, Norwich, Parson Russell, Russel Terr, Scotti, Sealym, Skye, Soft Coated Mr. F. C. Bassett: Balance of Terrier Breeds

TOY Group: Ms. J. N. Paulk Ms. J. N. Paulk: Chihua (Long) Mr. F. C. Bassett: Chihua (Smooth) Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Eng Toy Sp Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Pood Toy Mr. C. L. Olvis: Silky Mr. M. Feigelson: Yorks Mrs. J. Webb: Toy Manch, Pug Mrs. G. C. Kelly: Affenp, Chin Cr, Shih Tzu Mr. F. Arienti: Malt, Pap, Pom R. Holloway: Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Hava, Peke Mrs. D. Burkholder: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: R. Holloway A. D. Hussin: Bulldog Mr. E. Blake: Fr Bull Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Pood Ms. E. Muthard: Bichon, Boston Mr. L. F. Sosa: Am Esk Dog, Dalm, Norwegian Lndhnd Mrs. G. P. Dawkins: Chow, Kees, Lhasa, Schip, Shiba Inu Mrs. H. W. Stein: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. P. Dawkins A. D. Hussin: Beard Coll Mr. F. C. Bassett: Bouv, Canaan Ms. J. N. Paulk: Brdr Coll, Briard, Card-WC, Coll R. J. Whitney: GSD, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, OES Mr. R. Stein: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Pemb-WC Mrs. E. L. Whitney: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. J. Webb Mrs. J. Webb: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. R. J. Mysliwiec, Jr. SWEEPS PUPPY: Dalm Mr. James A Fehring SWEEPS VETERANS: Dalm Mr. James A Fehring OH Cleveland* (I) RICHLAND COUNTY KENNEL CLUB, INC. International Exposition Center 6200 Riverside Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $23.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW J. G. Reynolds SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. Walkowicz Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Ret-Gold, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Mr. T. Stacy: Ret-Lab, Set-Gord, Set-Irsh Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Brit, Pointer, Pntr-GW, Ret-Curl, RetFlat, Ret-Nova Scotia T J. G. Reynolds: Ret-Ches, Set-Eng, Span-Fld, Span-Irw, Span-Suss, Span-Wel Spr, Spin Ital, Wirehair Ptg Grif Mr. D. W. Flanagan: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. T. Stacy Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Borz Mr. T. Stacy: Afghan, Amer English Coon, Am Fox, Basenji Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Basset, Bloodhnd, Dach, Eng Fox, Ir Wolf Mr. D. Thompson: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. W. G. Willhauck Mr. D. Thompson: Mast Mr. J. M. Bazell: Newf Mr. T. Stacy: Berns Mtn, Giant Schn Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Boxer, Bullm, Sam, Sib Hky Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Alas Mal, Cane Corso, Dobe, Rottw, St Bern Mrs. E. E. Berg: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. J. L. Stacy J. G. Reynolds: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. J. M. Bazell Mr. R. E. Hutton: I Greyhnd, J Chin, Pom, Pug, Pood Toy Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Bruss Grif, Eng Toy Sp, Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mr. J. M. Bazell: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. E. E. Berg R. Stark: Kees J. G. Reynolds: Bichon, Boston Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Schip, Tib Span Mrs. E. E. Berg: Bulldog, Tib Ter, Xoloitzcuintli Mr. J. M. Bazell: Am Esk Dog, Lhasa, Lowch, Shiba Inu Mr. R. E. Hutton: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza Mrs. J. L. Stacy: AustrlShep, Coll Mr. D. Thompson: Bouv, Card-WC, Pemb-WC Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. W. G. Willhauck Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. D. M. O’Brien: Nov A, Grad Novr, Open A, Grad Openr Mr. J. J. Ham: Nov B, Util A, Versatility Ms. J. Lewis: Begnr Nov A, Util B Mr. F. J. Washabaugh: Begnr Nov B, Open B JR SHOWMANSHIP: R. Stark

DECEMBER 13 - FRIDAY FL Orlando (I) AKITA CLUB OF TAMPA BAY (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $22.00-2nd Mrs. B. A. Vics: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Sally Compton SWEEPS VETERANS Sally Compton FL Orlando (I) AMERICAN TOY FOX TERRIER CLUB Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $35.00-1st/ $28.00-2nd Mr. D. J. Murphy: Breed FL Orlando (I) CENTRAL FLORIDA MINIATURE SCHNAUZER CLUB Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive Amy Gordon, SHW SEC, c/o MB-F, PO Box 575, Brooksville, FL 34605 FEE: $30.00 Ms. J. A. Smith: Breed

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FL Orlando (I) CHIHUAHUA CLUB OF AMERICA, INC. Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd E. Sweigart: Breed, Jr. Showmanship FL Orlando (I) DACHSHUND CLUB OF AMERICA, INC. (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $35.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Dr. R. I. Spritzer: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS VETERANS: Dach (Long) Paul Wessberg SWEEPS PUPPY: Dach (Long) Paul Wessberg SWEEPS VETERANS: Dach (Smooth) Paul Wessberg SWEEPS PUPPY: Dach (Smooth) Paul Wessberg SWEEPS VETERANS: Dach (Wire) Paul Wessberg SWEEPS PUPPY: Dach (Wire) Paul Wessberg FL Orlando (I) DOBERMAN PINSCHER CLUB OF AMERICA Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $35.00 Mrs. G. A. Black: Breed FL Orlando (I) GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER CLUB OF AMERICA (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 12:00 p.m. MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $35.00 J. Hoke: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Larry Cornelius FL Orlando (I) LABRADOR RETRIEVER CLUB, INC. Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $32.00-1st/ $28.00-2nd Mrs. M. Lyons: Breed Mr. C. Winslow: Jr. Showmanship FL Orlando (I) MID-FLORIDA DALMATIAN CLUB (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd A. D. Hussin: Breed, Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY Mrs. Glenda P Dawkins SWEEPS VETERANS Mrs. Glenda P Dawkins FL Orlando (I) MID-FLORIDA GOLDEN RETRIEVER CLUB (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT Ms. C. L. Shaw: Breed Mrs. J. Narushka: Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS VETERANS Maura Phelan SWEEPS PUPPY Maura Phelan FL Orlando (I) MID-FLORIDA HAVANESE CLUB (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd E. Simon: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Mrs. Rita A Figg SWEEPS VETERANS Mrs. Rita A Figg FL Orlando (I) NATIONAL SHIBA CLUB OF AMERICA (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $28.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd Mrs. C. Stansell: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Joseph Napolitano SWEEPS VETERANS Joseph Napolitano FL Orlando (I) NORTH FLORIDA CHOW CHOW CLUB (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $30.00 Miss E. Gregory: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Ken Wronski SWEEPS VETERANS Ken Wronski

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FL Orlando (I) PETIT BASSET GRIFFON VENDEEN CLUB OF AMERICA Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Sue Smyth, SHW SEC, PO BOX 22107, C/O MB-F INC., GREENSBORO, NC 27420 FEE: $35.00 Mr. S. D. Gladstone: Breed

TERRIER Group: Mr. J. Constantine Mr. J. Constantine: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mr. T. Stacy: Chihua, Chin Cr, Eng Toy Sp, Pom Mr. K. H. Delaney: Hava, I Greyhnd, J Chin, Pug, Pood Toy Mr. R. E. Hutton: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. J. L. Stacy Mr. R. E. Hutton: Shiba Inu Mr. K. H. Delaney: Bulldog, Pood J. G. Reynolds: Lhasa, Lowch, Norwegian Lndhnd, Schip, Tib Span

FL Orlando (I) PETIT BASSET GRIFFON VENDEEN CLUB OF AMERICA Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Sue Smyth, SHW SEC, PO BOX 22107, C/O MB-F INC., GREENSBORO, NC 27420 FEE: $35.00 Mrs. B. G. Pepper: Breed, Jr. Showmanship

Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. W. G. Willhauck Mrs. C. Walkowicz: AustrlShep J. G. Reynolds: GSD Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Card-WC, Pemb-WC Ms. A. Cooper: Austrl Cat Dg, Beard Coll, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Canaan, Coll, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph, Shetld Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mr. T. Stacy: Wirehair Vizsla Mr. R. E. Hutton: Balance of Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Ms. J. Lewis: Nov A, Grad Novr, Open A, Grad Openr Mr. F. J. Washabaugh: Nov B, Util A, Versatility Mrs. D. M. O’Brien: Begnr Nov A, Util B Mr. J. J. Ham: Begnr Nov B, Open B JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. W. G. Willhauck SWEEPS PUPPY: Sib Hky Julie Narzisi

FL Orlando (I) SCOTTISH TERRIER CLUB OF TAMPA BAY (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Lynne Whitney, SHW SEC, PO BOX 22107, C/O MB-F, INC., GREENSBORO, NC 27420 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $22.00-2nd Mrs. C. A. Beattie: Breed SWEEPS VETERANS Joanne Kinnelly SWEEPS PUPPY Joanne Kinnelly FL Orlando (I) SILKY TERRIER CLUB OF CENTRAL FLORIDA (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Ms. Joyce Soloway, SHW SEC, c/o MB-F, Inc, P.O. Box 575, Brooksville, FL 34605 FEE: $30.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd H. Van Den Berg: Breed Mrs. C. J. Rice: Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS PUPPY Janet Aslett SWEEPS VETERANS Janet Aslett FL Orlando (I) SUNCOAST AFGHAN HOUND CLUB OF FLORIDA (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 12:00 p.m. Janie M. Getz, SHW SEC, PO BOX 22107, C/O MB-F, INC., GREENSBORO, NC 27420 FEE: $27.00-1st/ $22.00-2nd Mr. R. Stein: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY Lesley Stoffles FL Orlando (I) (PENDING APPROVAL) SUNCOAST COCKER SPANIEL CLUB OF GREATER CLEARWATER (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Charles Lippincott, SHW SEC, 4031 MOORES LAKE RD, DOVER, FL 33527 FEE: $28.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Mr. N. L. Patton: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Black) SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (ASCOB) SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Parti) FL Orlando (I) SUNSHINE STATE HERDING GROUP ASSOCIATION (S) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 Susan Gordon, SHW SEC, 9122 TREVARTHON RD, ORLANDO, FL 32817 Ms. L. C. More: Herding Group, Beard Coll, Beauceron, Brdr Coll, Briard, Canaan, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph, GSD, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, OES, Pol Low Shp, Pulik, Pyre Shep, Swed Vallhund Dr. R. A. Indeglia: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Bouv, Card-WC, Coll (Rough), Coll (Smooth), Pemb-WC, Shetld *No Classes: , Bergamasco, Belgian Laekenois, Pumi, Brgr Pcrd, Min Amer Shep, Span Water Mr. B. C. Hansen: Jr. Showmanship SWEEPS VETERANS: Swed Vallhund Linda Tilka SWEEPS PUPPY: Swed Vallhund Linda Tilka FL Orlando (I) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA COTON DE TULEAR CLUB (P) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 20 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $25.00 SWEEPS PUPPY: Coton de Tulear OH Cleveland* (I) MEDINA KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) International Exposition Center 6200 Riverside Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $25.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. K. H. Delaney SPORTING Group: Mrs. E. E. Berg Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Ret-Gold, Span-Ckr, Span-Eng Spr Mrs. M. L. Clark: Brit, Ret-Ches, Ret-Lab, All Setters Mr. T. Stacy: Pointer, Pntr-GW, Ret-Curl, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh, Span-AmW, Span-Boykin, Span-Clum, Span-Eng Ckr Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: J. G. Reynolds Mr. T. Stacy: Borz Mrs. E. E. Berg: Afghan, Basenji, Greyhnd, Pharaoh, Saluki, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon, Whip J. G. Reynolds: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. A. Cooper Ms. A. Cooper: Grt Pyr Mrs. E. E. Berg: Boxer, Dobe Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Mast, Nepltn Mastiff, Newf, Portuguese, Rottw, St Bern, Sib Hky, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Mr. D. Thompson: Balance of Working Breeds

DECEMBER 14 - SATURDAY OH Cleveland (I) COCKER SPANIEL CLUB OF NORTHERN OHIO International Exposition Center 6200 Riverside Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 Laurabeth Duncan, SHW SEC, 1858 EAST DR, HINCKLEY, OH 44233 FEE: $28.00 Mr. T. Stacy: Breed OH Cleveland (I) MAUMEE VALLEY ST. BERNARD CLUB (S) International Exposition Center 6200 Riverside Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 Marilyn Santell, SHW SEC, 732 PORTAGE EASTERLY RD, CORTLAND, OH 44410 FEE: $29.00-1st/ $20.00-2nd L. Jech: Breed SWEEPS PUPPY George Falkner OH Cleveland* (I) RICHLAND COUNTY KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) International Exposition Center 6200 Riverside Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $23.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. W. G. Willhauck SPORTING Group: J. G. Reynolds Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Set-Eng Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Ret-Lab, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh, Vizs Mrs. M. L. Clark: All Pointers, Ret-Curl, Ret-Flat, Ret-Nova Scotia T, Span-Clum, Span-Eng Ckr B. DiDonato: Ret-Ches, Ret-Gold, Set-Gord, Set-Irsh, SpanEng Spr, Weim Mrs. E. E. Berg: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. D. Thompson Mr. T. Stacy: Pharaoh, Port Pd Peq Mr. K. H. Delaney: B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Bluetick Coon Mrs. B. Deans: Basset, Bgle, Dach, Whip Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Amer English Coon, Am Fox, Basenji, Borz, Plott, Redbone Coon, Saluki, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. C. Walkowicz Mr. D. Thompson: St Bern Mrs. A. F. Benko: Sib Hky Mr. W. C. Stebbins: Akita, Boxer J. G. Reynolds: Mast, Nepltn Mastiff, Newf, Portuguese, Rottw Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Dobe, Grm Pinscher, Giant Schn, Grt Dane, Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn Ms. A. Cooper: Alas Mal, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Blk Russn Terrier, Bullm, Cane Corso, Sam Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mr. R. E. Hutton: Border, Kerry, Min Schn Mr. T. Stacy: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. J. L. Stacy Mrs. A. F. Benko: Pug, Pood Toy Mr. R. E. Hutton: Chihua, Chin Cr, Hava, Eng Toy Sp Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Cav KC Spans, I Greyhnd, J Chin, Malt, Toy Manch, Peke Mr. K. H. Delaney: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. K. H. Delaney J. G. Reynolds: Kees Ms. A. Cooper: Am Esk Dog, Fin Spitz Mr. R. E. Hutton: Bulldog, Tib Span Mrs. E. E. Berg: Bichon, Boston, Fr Bull Mrs. A. F. Benko: Lhasa, Lowch, Pood Mr. K. H. Delaney: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Ms. A. Cooper Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: GSD Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Bouv, Coll Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Card-WC, Pemb-WC Ms. A. Cooper: Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, OES Mr. W. C. Stebbins: AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Beauceron, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv Mr. D. Thompson: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. D. Thompson Mr. D. Thompson: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. J. J. Ham: Nov A, Grad Novr, Open A, Grad Openr Mrs. D. L. Allen: Nov B, Util A, Versatility Mr. F. J. Washabaugh: Begnr Nov A, Util B Mrs. D. M. O’Brien: Begnr Nov B, Open B JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. M. L. Clark SWEEPS PUPPY: Set-Eng Cassie Allen SWEEPS VETERANS: Set-Eng Cassie Allen SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Eng Ckr Christine Mickolick SWEEPS VETERANS: Span-Eng Ckr Christine Mickolick SWEEPS PUPPY: Sam Rachel Sigulinsky SWEEPS VETERANS: Sam Rachel Sigulinsky SWEEPS PUPPY: Shetld Barb Westerman


SWEEPS PUPPY: Card-WC Katie L Brooks SWEEPS VETERANS: Card-WC Katie L Brooks SWEEPS PUPPY: Berns Mtn Ms. Nancy Dinkfelt SWEEPS VETERANS: Berns Mtn Ms. Nancy Dinkfelt SWEEPS PUPPY: Basset Timothy Childers SWEEPS VETERANS: Basset Timothy Childers PA Allentown (I) LEHIGH VALLEY KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) Ag Hall 302 North 17th St. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 Jim Rau Dog Shows, Ltd., SUPT Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. L. W. Bisso SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. E. Calcinari D. M. Rudert: Brit Mr. M. A. Silva: Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab Mrs. L. W. Bisso: Ret-Flat, Set-Irsh, Span-Ckr, Spin Ital, Weim, Wirehair Ptg Grif Mrs. C. E. Calcinari: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. D. R. Miller Mrs. C. E. Calcinari: Afghan Mrs. L. W. Bisso: Dach Mr. L. C. Terricone: RhoRidge Mr. D. R. Miller: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. J. A. Vanek Mrs. W. M. Clouss: Dobe Ms. M. S. Dobkin: Grt Pyr, Gtr Swiss Mtn Mr. L. F. Sosa: Blk Russn Terrier, Mast, Newf, Rottw P. A. Sosa: Berns Mtn, Grt Dane, Leonberger, Nepltn Mastiff, St Bern, Std Schn Ms. J. A. Vanek: Akita, Alas Mal, Bullm, Grm Pinscher, Giant Schn, Sam, Sib Hky Miss J. E. Luna: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson Mrs. W. M. Clouss: Border, Wst Highlnd Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson: Am Staff, Cesky Terrier, Glen Imaal, Manch Ter, Min Bull Terrs, Min Schn, Norwich Norfolk, Rat Terrier, Russel Terr, Soft Coated, Staf Bull Mrs. L. W. Bisso: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Ms. M. S. Dobkin Mr. D. R. Miller: I Greyhnd, Pug Mrs. W. M. Clouss: Chin Cr, Min Pin, Pood Toy, Toy Fox Terrier Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Malt, Pap, Toy Manch Ms. M. S. Dobkin: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. D. R. Miller Mr. L. C. Terricone: Bulldog Mr. D. R. Miller: Shar-Pei Mrs. W. M. Clouss: Pood Mr. L. F. Sosa: Dalm, Fr Bull, Kees, Lhasa, Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span Ms. M. S. Dobkin: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. L. C. Terricone Mr. L. C. Terricone: Coll, GSD, Shetld, Swed Vallhund Ms. J. A. Vanek: AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson: Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, Pol Low Shp, Pyre Shep Miss J. E. Luna: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. W. M. Clouss Mrs. W. M. Clouss: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: D. M. Rudert SWEEPS PUPPY: Sib Hky Terry Hilliard SWEEPS VETERANS: Sib Hky Terry Hilliard SWEEPS PUPPY: Set-Irsh Denise Scovil SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Lab Kimberlee Silva PA Allentown (I) (PENDING APPROVAL) POODLE CLUB OF THE LEHIGH VALLEY Ag Hall 302 North 17th St. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 Jim Rau Dog Shows, Ltd., SUPT DECEMBER 14 - SATURDAY thru DECEMBER 15 SUNDAY FL Orlando (I) AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB,INC. (2) Orange County Convention Center - North/South Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 13 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $75.00-1st/ $50.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. B. D. Alderman SPORTING Group: B. P. Threlfall Mr. P. Muza Podesta: Ret-Gold C. De Giuliani: Set-Irsh Rd&Wh, Spin Ital Mr. L. Pichard: Pntr-GW, Set-Eng, Span-Ckr Mrs. M. Alston: Span-Irw, Span-Wel Spr, Wirehair Ptg Grif Ms. L. C. More: Ret-Curl, Ret-Lab, Span-AmW, SpanBoykin Dr. R. I. Spritzer: Brit, Span-Fld, Span-Suss, Vizs, Weim Mr. E. B. Weiss: Pointer, Pntr-GS, Ret-Ches, Span-Clum, Span-Eng Ckr Mr. D. A. Johnson: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. F. T. Sabella Ms. L. C. More: PBGV Dr. R. D. Smith: Port Pd Peq Mr. R. de Santiago: Bgle, Borz, Ir Wolf Dr. G. Morgan-Jones: Dach, Ibizan, Otter Dr. R. A. Indeglia: Afghan, Basset, Greyhnd, Harr, Pharaoh, Saluki Mrs. R. D. Smith: Amer English Coon, B & T Coonhnd, Bluetick Coon, Nor Elk, Plott, Redbone Coon, RhoRidge Mr. R. Stein: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. H. Clark Dr. T. M. Davies: Akita Dr. R. D. Smith: Chinook Mr. D. M. Powers: Rottw Mrs. M. Alston: Sib Hky Mr. S. D. Gladstone: Berns Mtn, Giant Schn Ms. C. C. McGowan: Gtr Swiss Mtn, Tibtn Mastiff C. De Giuliani: Cane Corso, Dogue de Brdx, Nepltn Mastiff Mr. V. O’Brien: Dobe, Leonberger, Std Schn Col. J. B. Purkhiser: Alas Mal, Blk Russn Terrier, Grt Pyr, Portuguese, Sam J. A. Harrington: AnatolShep, Boxer, Bullm, Mast, St Bern Ms. M. Martorella: Balance of Working Breeds

TERRIER Group: Mr. C. Coady Dr. R. D. Smith: Rat Terrier, Russel Terr Mr. N. L. Patton: Am Staff, Parson Russell, Soft Coated H. Van Den Berg: Bdlgtn, Norfolk, Scotti Mr. R. E. Garren: Border, Norwich, Welsh Ter Mr. V. O’Brien: Glen Imaal, Irish Ter, Kerry E. Sweigart: Austr, Bull Ter, Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire), Sealym P. J. Green: Cairn, Dandie, Min Bull Terrs, Staf Bull, Wst Highlnd Mr. D. J. Murphy: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. L. Boileau H. Van Den Berg: Chihua P. J. Green: Chin Cr Mr. R. E. Garren: Silky Mrs. S. D. Limoges: Toy Fox Terrier Mr. P. Muza Podesta: Malt, Shih Tzu Ms. C. C. McGowan: Pap, Pom Mr. C. Winslow: Affenp, Eng Toy Sp, J Chin, Pood Toy E. Sweigart: Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Toy Manch, Peke A. Landarte: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. R. S. Forsyth Mr. E. B. Weiss: Dalm H. Van Den Berg: Kees Mr. C. Winslow: Pood Mr. R. E. Garren: Schip Mr. P. Muza Podesta: Shar-Pei, Chow Mrs. S. D. Limoges: Norwegian Lndhnd, Shiba Inu, Xoloitzcuintli Mrs. J. V. Daniels: Am Esk Dog, Bichon, Bulldog, Fin Spitz, Lowch Mr. N. L. Patton: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: R. H. Slay Mr. R. de Santiago: Pulik Ms. C. C. McGowan: Pyre Shep Mr. S. D. Gladstone: Coll, Shetld Mrs. S. D. Limoges: Pemb-WC, Swed Vallhund Dr. T. M. Davies: Austrl Cat Dg, Brdr Coll, Card-WC, GSD Mr. D. M. Powers: AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Bel Terv, OES Mr. J. Nallem: Beauceron, Canaan, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph, Icelandic Shpdg Mr. S. Hall: Balance of Herding Breeds BEST BBE IN SHOW Dr. A. D. DiNardo BBE SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. Vogels BBE HOUND Group: Mrs. G. Bontecou BBE WORKING Group: Mrs. P. Nykiel BBE TERRIER Group: Mr. R. R. Hartinger BBE TOY Group: Mrs. H. W. Stein BBE NON-SPORTING Group: D. McCoy BBE HERDING Group: Ms. M. Koltes MISCELLANEOUS Group: R. Velez-Pico R. Velez-Pico: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. M. Alston: BJ Mrs. L. E. Walawander: NJ Ms. R. Gaudet: O

DECEMBER 15 - SUNDAY OH Cleveland (I) (PENDING APPROVAL) MAUMEE VALLEY ST. BERNARD CLUB International Exposition Center 6200 Riverside Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 Marilyn Santell, SHW SEC, 732 Portage Easterly Rd, Cortland, OH 44410 FEE: $29.00 Mr. B. G. McMath: Breed OH Cleveland* (I) WESTERN RESERVE KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) International Exposition Center 6200 Riverside Drive CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $23.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. C. Walkowicz SPORTING Group: Mrs. W. G. Willhauck Mrs. V. Peterson: Pntr-GW J. G. Reynolds: Brit, Ret-Gold, Ret-Nova Scotia T B. DiDonato: Ret-Flat, Ret-Lab, Span-Ckr Mrs. E. E. Berg: All Setters, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh, Vizs Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Pointer, Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, SpanAmW, Span-Boykin, Span-Clum, Span-Eng Ckr, Span-Eng Spr Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. K. H. Delaney Ms. M. Brocious: PBGV Mrs. E. E. Berg: RhoRidge Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Bgle, B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Bluetick Coon J. G. Reynolds: Afghan, Basenji, Borz, Greyhnd, Pharaoh, Saluki, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon Mr. K. H. Delaney: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza Mr. T. Stacy: Sam Ms. M. Brocious: AnatolShep, Portuguese, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Berns Mtn, Boxer, Bullm, Dobe Ms. A. Cooper: Mast, Newf, St Bern, Sib Hky Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Akita, Alas Mal, Blk Russn Terrier, Cane Corso, Chinook Mr. W. C. Stebbins: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: J. G. Reynolds Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Border, Kerry, Min Schn, Rat Terrier, Soft Coated, Wst Highlnd Mr. R. E. Hutton: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. A. F. Benko Mrs. W. G. Willhauck: Affenp Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Pood Toy Mrs. A. F. Benko: Chihua, Chin Cr, Eng Toy Sp, Min Pin, Pom Mr. T. Stacy: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mrs. E. E. Berg: Dalm Mr. K. H. Delaney: Fin Spitz, Fr Bull, Tib Span Mrs. A. F. Benko: Boston, Shar-Pei, Chow, Schip Mr. R. E. Hutton: Am Esk Dog, Bichon, Kees, Tib Ter, Xoloitzcuintli Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. W. C. Stebbins Mrs. A. F. Benko: Coll Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Card-WC, Pemb-WC Ms. A. Cooper: Pulik, Pyre Shep Ms. M. Brocious: Austrl Cat Dg, AustrlShep, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Shetld Mr. W. C. Stebbins: Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph, Nor Buhund, OES, Pol Low Shp, Swed Vallhund Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Ms. M. Brocious Ms. M. Brocious: All Miscellaneous Breeds

OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. F. J. Washabaugh: Nov A, Grad Novr, Open A, Grad Openr Mrs. D. M. O’Brien: Nov B, Util A, Versatility Mr. J. J. Ham: Begnr Nov A, Util B Mrs. D. L. Allen: Begnr Nov B, Open B JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. W. C. Stebbins SWEEPS PUPPY: Shetld Nancy J Heinrich PA Allentown (I) DELAWARE WATER GAP KENNEL CLUB (S) Allentown Fairgrounds 302 N 17th St. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 Jim Rau Dog Shows, Ltd., SUPT FEE: $31.00-1st/ $18.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. D. R. Miller SPORTING Group: Mrs. L. W. Bisso Mrs. J. L. Farmilette: Ret-Lab Mr. R. W. Powell: Set-Irsh Rd&Wh Ms. J. A. Vanek: Brit, Set-Eng, Set-Irsh Mr. D. R. Miller: Ret-Curl, Ret-Gold, Span-Ckr Mrs. C. E. Calcinari: Ret-Flat, Spin Ital, Weim, Wirehair Ptg Grif Mrs. L. W. Bisso: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. C. E. Calcinari Mr. D. R. Miller: Afghan Mr. L. F. Sosa: Dach Mrs. C. E. Calcinari: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Miss J. E. Luna Mrs. W. M. Clouss: Giant Schn Mr. R. W. Powell: Std Schn Mr. L. F. Sosa: AnatolShep, Grt Dane Ms. M. S. Dobkin: Dobe, Sib Hky Miss J. E. Luna: Akita, Alas Mal, Berns Mtn P. A. Sosa: Blk Russn Terrier, Boxer, Bullm, Cane Corso, Grm Pinscher, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Kom, Sam Ms. J. A. Vanek: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. W. M. Clouss Mrs. L. W. Bisso: Border, Wst Highlnd Mrs. W. M. Clouss: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson Ms. M. S. Dobkin: Pug Mr. L. F. Sosa: Pood Toy Mr. T. W. Eubank: Cav KC Spans, Chin Cr Mrs. W. M. Clouss: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Chihua, Hava, Malt, Pap, Toy Manch, Pom Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. L. F. Sosa P. A. Sosa: Fr Bull Ms. M. S. Dobkin: Bulldog, Dalm, Kees, Lhasa, Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span Mr. L. F. Sosa: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Ms. J. A. Vanek Mrs. L. C. Hutchinson: Card-WC, GSD, Pemb-WC, Shetld Miss J. E. Luna: AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Bel Mal, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Coll Ms. J. A. Vanek: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Ms. J. A. Vanek Ms. J. A. Vanek: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: P. A. Sosa SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Lab Faith Hyndman SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Lab Faith Hyndman SWEEPS VETERANS: Bel Shp SWEEPS PUPPY: Bel Shp SWEEPS PUPPY: Set-Irsh Cora Herbert SWEEPS VETERANS: Sib Hky Laura Anderson SWEEPS PUPPY: Sib Hky Laura Anderson SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Black) Deborah Gunkle SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (ASCOB) Deborah Gunkle SWEEPS PUPPY: Span-Ckr (Parti) Deborah Gunkle PA Allentown (I) (PENDING APPROVAL) POODLE CLUB OF THE LEHIGH VALLEY Ag Hall 302 North 17th St. CLOSES: NOVEMBER 27 Jim Rau Dog Shows, Ltd., SUPT

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