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Dog News The Digest Volume 27, Issue 50

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December 16, 2011


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Contents

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Editorial

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The Lighter Side of Judging

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Babbling: How To Judge Dogs And Cultural Differences by geir flyckt-pedersen

246 dog show calendar

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Question Of The Week

258 handlers directory

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Brace Yourself

260 subscription rates

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A Swedish Viewpoint: The Brachycephalic Syndrome

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Bests Of The Week

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Ten Questions

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The Dog News Top Ten All Breed List

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Dogs And Dailies

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The Larger Goal With The AR Agenda

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The British Scene

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The Dog News Top Ten Best of Breed List

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Heelwork To Music

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All In The Family: Moving With The Changing Dog World

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A Dog News Xmas Gift To...

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Why We Need Left Brain Breeders

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Canines Cash In

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A Gala Conclusion To A Centenary Celebration

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Rare Breeds Of The World: The Greenland Dog

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Bulldogs Forever: Bulldog National Specialty

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Seals’ Dogs

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Jeff Koons: Love, Warmth & Happiness

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Off The Leash

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Getting Our Message Out To The Public, The “Big City” Problem And More

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English Foxhound National Specialty

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The Italian Spinone

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The Gossip Column

228

Click - Eastern Dog Club

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Click - The Way We Were

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Letters To The Editor

DECEMbEr 16, 2011

by michael faulkner

by matthew h. stander by andrew brace

by dr. goran bodegard md. and prof. ake hedhammar, dVm

262 classified advertising 264 advertising rates

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by carlotta cooper by geoff corish

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Contents

10

Editorial

14

The Lighter Side of Judging

18

Babbling: How To Judge Dogs And Cultural Differences by geir flyckt-pedersen

246 dog show calendar

22

Question Of The Week

258 handlers directory

26

Brace Yourself

260 subscription rates

30

A Swedish Viewpoint: The Brachycephalic Syndrome

34

Bests Of The Week

38

Ten Questions

40

The Dog News Top Ten All Breed List

42

Dogs And Dailies

46

The Larger Goal With The AR Agenda

50

The British Scene

52

The Dog News Top Ten Best of Breed List

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Heelwork To Music

58

All In The Family: Moving With The Changing Dog World

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A Dog News Xmas Gift To...

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Why We Need Left Brain Breeders

66

Canines Cash In

68

A Gala Conclusion To A Centenary Celebration

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Rare Breeds Of The World: The Greenland Dog

76

Bulldogs Forever: Bulldog National Specialty

82

Seals’ Dogs

84

Jeff Koons: Love, Warmth & Happiness

86

Off The Leash

90

Getting Our Message Out To The Public, The “Big City” Problem And More

92

English Foxhound National Specialty

98

The Italian Spinone

216

The Gossip Column

228

Click - Eastern Dog Club

240

Click - The Way We Were

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Letters To The Editor

DECEMbEr 16, 2011

by michael faulkner

by matthew h. stander by andrew brace

by dr. goran bodegard md. and prof. ake hedhammar, dVm

262 classified advertising 264 advertising rates

by lesley boyes

by denise flaim

by carlotta cooper by geoff corish

by richard curtis

All advertisements are copyrighted and owned by DOG NEWS, Harris Publications, unless received cameraready. Permission to reprint must be requested in writing.

by charles c. robey

by eugene z. zaphiris

by patricia gail burnham by sharon pflaumer by karl donVil

by agnes buchwald

by elizabeth hugo milam by mJ nelson

DOG NEWS (ISSN 0886-2133) is published weekly except the last two weeks in December by Harris Publications, 1115 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10010. Periodical Postage paid at New York.

by nick waters

by shaun coen

by matthew h. stander

by maggie heile, sue whaley, Vince nicholson, and damara bolte courtesy of the kennel gazette by eugene z. zaphiris by eugene z. zaphiris by eugene z. zaphiris

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he American Kennel Club® and Eukanuba will welcome nearly 4,000 dogs competing for a total of $225,000 in cash prizes at the Eleventh Annual AKC/Eukanuba National Championship on December 17 and 18, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. We are pleased to return to the city where the show began in 2001. The two-day event is held in conjunction with the AKC Agility Invitational and the AKC National Obedience Invitational (entries of 592 and 146 respectively). The Junior Showmanship, Junior Obedience and Junior Agility competitions (159 conformation + 47 obedience + 50 agility entries) and the Eukanuba World Challenge (44 participants) will also be held during the weekend, making for a combined entry of 4,976 dogs competing in all events. We are also very proud of our strong breeder-owner-handler entry. Bred-By exhibitors make up 35% of the entry and will vie for the ultimate breeder’s award: Best Bred-by-Exhibitor in Show. In addition to the AKC sanctioned events listed above, this unique event also brings to the dog loving public exciting demonstrations of dock-diving dogs, police detection squads, fly ball racing and the marvelous display of the AKC Meet the Breeds®. Between the competitions and the demonstrations, every AKC-recognized breed will be represented at this event. Returning for the second time this year is the final selection of the Eukanuba North America’s Breeder’s Stakes with that winner advancing to a berth in the Eukanuba World Challenge. Year after year, the Eukanuba World Challenge brings global attention to our event. This year, we’re offering “live streaming video” each day for the evening events. This video will be available live online with a repeat delay to accommodate all the different time zones worldwide. Check www.eukanuba.com for details. The AKC/Eukanuba National Championship will return to network television on Saturday, February 4, 2012 on ABC Television Network. Check your local listings to confirm air times. For more up-to-the-minute results, video and photo coverage of the show, visit www.akc.org and to receive daily updates and show results via Facebook, visit www.facebook.com/americankennelclub. 6 Dog News

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The End Of The Year

It is hard to believe that this is the last issue of DOG NEWS for the year 2011. Where in the world did the year go? Many of you will be reading this issue at shows held in Long Beach, California, Cleveland, Ohio, Jackson, Mississippi, Allentown, Pennsylvania or at what will probably be the largest show entry-ways of the year, the National AKC/ EUKANUBA event in Orlando, Florida. In addition, DOG NEWS will be produced as usual on the Internet at no charge, for now, weekly. Others will read DOG NEWS in the comfort of their homes while others still will read this issue at shows that will be held the first week of the New Year 2012 in California, Minnesota, Ohio, South Carolina, Florida and Texas. The point being that no other publication offers the exposure at these multitudes of weekly shows as does DOG NEWS. And we will continue to expand weekly our distribution efforts as we enter our 28th year of consecutive weekly publication. Our editorial efforts to present new and timely topics by as diverse an editorial staff as can be assembled never does cease nor does our commitment to give our advertisers the broadest and most imaginative exposure for their dogs possible. DOG NEWS is proud and happy to be a part of the dog show going community as the American breeder excels in producing healthy and happy dogs intended to fulfill their functions in a fit and healthy manner and intelligently exhibit them for the enjoyment of the general public as well as to compare and improve breeding stock. Certainly it should be obvious to even the most skeptical among the American population that the American bred, AKC registered dog is treated starting at conception and through the final days of its life as an extraordinary and unique four-legged creature for whom our goals of constantly improving the welfare and health of these animals is a paramount goal. Those who lump all breeders as one fail to understand and distinguish our true purposes as compared to the puppy miller and those who breed strictly commercially. The attacks of late, particularly those in THE NEW YORK TIMES, have basically been exaggerated and one-sided presentations, which have taken a shotgun approach attempting to label all breeders as one. Not only is this a misguided approach it is unfair and untrue! As we AKC breeders enter the New Year let’s take a solemn oath to fight as one those people so intent upon destroying the very foundations upon which our family of the dog has been created—that is the purebred dog itself. AKC is urged to be the leader in this area and to broaden and expand its efforts against

PETA and HSUS, to name only two of our main detractors, and make the general public as fully aware of that which we are doing for the health and welfare of the dog as widespread as is humanly possible.

The Board And The Delegate Need To Be Changed

Dr. Patricia Haines’s article in last week’s DOG NEWS (issue 49-December 9) should be reprinted and read by all Delegates. Indeed her conclusions about the make-up of the Board and the Delegate Body itself are based upon service to the AKC Board for 12 years over a 16-year period and untold years as a Delegate. Taking the position long espoused by these pages she urges that Directors for the AKC Board “must be selected from a larger pool than the limited delegate body”. Indicating that this position is an evolved philosophy developed over the past 16 years, she decries not only the delegates’ isolation from the breeders and exhibitors within AKC’s constituency but writes about the narrow focus upon which it operates and the harm its failure to take action on significant proposals has had upon the organization. Furthermore she blames the existing processes of electing board members only from the delegate body as crippling (and that is her word) and that the organization is faced with an inability to respond to the rapidly changing world, which results in a dog organization floundering in what should be a time of prosperity. Those are pretty condemning words but fit right in with our editorial thoughts as recently as a week or so ago. As further evidence of the need for change is the recent exchange between two Delegates in support of term limits for the Board and for Delegate Committee Chair people and members and one in support of Board term limits only with no application to Delegates whatsoever whether as Committee Members or just plain Delegates. The person supporting no term limits for Delegate Committees but wants Board members to have term limits states that without long time members no history of issues is established and that the long term member brings an experience of what works now as opposed to then to the table. How true these sentiments are but how and why are they limited to Delegate Committee members and not Board Members? Just another example of why the entire organization must be revamped to meet the needs of today’s society. Read and distribute Patti Haines’s thoughts to your club members and get those running for the Board Class

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in March of 2012 to commit on these issues for sure.

Pet Shops And Animal Shelters

The suggestion that pet shops can partner with animal shelters is yet but another example of people promoting how to market shelter dogs. The fact that the shelter dog business is growing in leaps and bounds cannot be denied. To the point that the commercial pet transport service industry is being developed as a service for the rescue industry. Transportation rates are posted on the Internet as dogs and other animals are transferred in part to pet shops from the shelters themselves. The Pet Shops are urged to expedite adoption processes! Encouraged by the Michigan Humane Society, this new form of commercialization of dogs from shelters is particularly disturbing as they offer a 60-day money back guarantee. Although the Michigan Humane Society offers pets that are artificially priced—in other words “their actual cost is lowered so they stand a better chance of being adopted.” Adopted for how long one must wonder aloud—for Christmas time only and then what happens? Back to the shelter/pet shop again as the background check on the adopters is usually ignored or just dismissed. But the head of that shelter believes and this is a direct quote, “the groups which do this are smart enough to find other ways to raise money via fundraising and donations”. That’s it—prey on the unsuspecting do-gooder to make a buck and save the animal—for a month or two and then just see it recycled—and a Happy Holiday Season to them, too, is our reaction to these practices.

More Info On The Bulldog

Not only was a 10-year-old veteran bitch awarded Best of Breed at the Bulldog National but a total of 19 Bulldogs were titled in Agility last year with a total of 24 participants while 10 competed in Obedience and 33 Bulldogs competed in rally, all with qualifying scores. Now why not report on those figures Mr. New York Times and Mr. Benoit Denizet-Lewis instead of ignoring them the way you have done? It is amazing how certain people and certain organizations go to any lengths to make their point even when they are proven in error time after time. They just ignore the facts of the matter to meet their own agenda.

Thought For The Week

Ah, Orlando, where the dogs of the world will and are meeting to compete in every kind of dog event imaginable. What a way to end the year—on a truly high note. These pages wish you all a very Happy and Healthy Holiday Season and look forward to starting out all over again in January of 2012. See you all then!!!!!!


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The Lighter Side of Judging TTahbele By Michael Faulkner

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ith the exception of dog shows held in random fairground buildings often named Heifer Hall, Swine Salon, Rooster Rest and others, the majority of dog shows are logically designed around a basic French Grid System – a square or rectangle defining the ring area with perpendicular and parallel paths allowing for easy navigation for exhibitors and spectators. Within each of the various squares and rectangles (rings), a table is placed near the entrance. Table – a piece of furniture with a flat top and one or more legs providing a level surface on which objects may be placed. However, for this particular dog show, the table in my ring is a central force to be dealt with. I enter the ring at 7:45AM in preparation for 8:00 AM judging. The somewhat off-square ring is lined with gray matting from corner to corner and across on the diagonal frames. “THE TABLE” is located immediately to the right upon entering. Two muddy-brown aluminum folding chairs flank each side of “THE TABLE”--one for me and one for my ring steward, who is busy handing out armband numbers and rubber bands. I choose not to disturb her and move to the left side of “THE TABLE”. Not one to sit before, during, or after judging, I place my man-bag (MMB) on the chair, draping my overcoat and scarf across the back. Turning my upper body to the right, I come face to face with the ring steward, who has risen from her aluminum-folding chair. “Good Morning Mr. Faulkner! My name is ????????” (I will refer to her as Mrs. Claus for this article.) From head to toe, Mrs. Claus in adorned in multiple man-made

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items and fibers representing the Christmas Holiday Season. Breaking the initial eye-to-eye contact, my line of vision moves upward, taking notice of a hair comb in the shape of a Christmas tree, with two cute puppies attached to the bottom. I naturally drop my focus, moving down her face. I observe that the holiday motif is repeated in a smaller, yet beautifully duplicated version--little puppies and a tree hanging from each earlobe. Large red and green alternating beads surround her neck. Hanging from the center neckline is a faux dog bone secured to the beads using red and green ribbon with images of playing puppies painted in subtle detail. I dare not look any lower---but, intrigued, I continue. A red and green plaid sweater pulls Mrs. Claus’s accessories together. Matching bones for buttons and puppy appliqués around the bottom edge, running around the entire sweater, complete the ensemble. Strange as I find it, her wrist plays host to a simple gold chain and a watch. Her nails sparkle in red Christmas glitter. To say the least, Mrs. Claus is festive, colorful and excited that I have joined her this morning to judge her Specialty in conjunction with the All-Breed Show. “Good Morning Mrs. Claus! You look so – um – fun and festive today,” I say with a kick of enthusiasm to my voice. “I know – I love Christmas. First, I would like to share! We have prizes for each class and each class placement---one through four. Of course, they are all Christmas-inspired. I made them all myself. Now…” she said slowly and with great clarity, “I will make sure that each special prize is organized for you, directly after you place your class winners. If for some reason they are too awkward for you to handle all at one time, I shall simply follow you down the line and hand them out for you.”

“Thank you! That is kind of you,” I remark. Mrs. Claus turns to “THE TABLE” and points to various soft-sided dog toys in the shape of ---Yes, you’ve got it!---a Christmas tree, a candy cane, an ornament and a red / green dog bone. “Absolutely amazing! You made one for every class placement?” I repeat for clarification, hoping I did not hear her correctly and wishing she had stitched up a stuffed menorah for one of the placements. “Yes sir, indeedy! I also made prizes for Winners Dog, Winners Bitch and Reserve Winners. I stitched crate mats for those cute babies (of course covered in trees and puppies) and for Best of Breed and Best of Opposite Sex, I made holiday dog sweaters, matching my very own creation, which I am wearing.” The thought of having my winners parading around in their holiday creations, while maintaining upstanding Sporting Dog characteristics, sends me over the edge. “OK, I’m getting excited---six minutes, twenty-one seconds before we start. Let me get my list and check it twice,” Mrs. Claus chimes, while returning to “THE TABLE”. In a total “HOLIDAZE” (Sorry, I couldn’t help myself!), I feel the need to escape the five-and-dime wonderland, in an attempt to relieve the pressure of enduring Mrs. Claus---and the prizes---for the next two and one half hours. “Would you like the lovely little critters to come in catalog order?” She asks. “Yes,” I reply. “Perfect, it makes it so much easier for me. Now, where would you like to set up, once they have entered the ring?” she asks the second question on her holiday list. “I would like them to line up over here, if there are four or more in the class. If not, I would like them over here,” as I point to the side of ring near…“THE TABLE”. “Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful--- it is going to be a won---der---ful day. OK, where would you like me to place ‘THE TABLE’ Mr. Faulkner?,” she sweetly asks. “Don’t you worry – I will place the examination-table…not to be confused with ‘THE TABLE’. It looks a bit heavy and I would hate your sweater to get snagged on the edge when lifting it,” I reply with a solicitous tone. “Oh, that is so kind of you. My dear friend, who shows Gordon Setters, said you were a great guy and I would love you and I already do!” CoNtiNueD oN page 102


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BABBLING How to Judge Dogs and Cultural Differences! METHOD OR MADNESS...? A question I am being asked on a regular basis is what I think is the value of written critiques for each and every dog at every show! In most European countries –UK excepted— dogs are being judged, given a written critique and graded. So even if you leave the show without having won anything, you leave with a written critique signed by the judge and it has proved extremely difficult to change the system to something more in line with the system over here. In the late 70’s or early 80’s the Swedish Kennel Club made an attempt to do without critiques at a few shows— and people felt cheated and hated it! So back to the old system they went— and everybody seemed happy. With one or two exceptions. Bear in mind that most dogs shown in European countries also are pets who live with their owners and are owner-handled! Most people only spend a few years involved in this sport, often don’t fully comprehend what it’s all about, but still they must be catered to and their needs taken into consideration. Only a fairly low percentage are joining our ranks of hard-core dog breeders and exhibitors. I do not have any idea of how high or low the percentage of ownerhandled dogs we see in the American shows, all but viewed from the outside, the majority of the big winners are handled by professionals. And what an amazing level of presentation we see within this group. What is even more amazing is the amount of money owners will pay to have their dogs shown and many don’t even actually own their exhibits or even live with them. Simply have their name added as owners or coowners and pay the entire or part of the bill. This just doesn’t happen in most European countries. I think these supporters are worthy of a great deal of praise and gratitude, for without them it would be a less interesting scenario and fewer dogs in the ring than we see today! There are no weekly dog magazines in Scandinavia through which judges can keep “au fait” with who’s winning what in different breeds. So until the internet took over the world, most European judges entered the ring without a lot of “baggage” to 18 Dog News

By Geir Flyckt-Pedersen influence their minds and decisions. And I still believe Scandinavian judges try to do their best and actually judge the dogs. In addition to, in writing having to explain what you do and why, you can be pretty certain that exhibitors as well as your fellow judges will ask questions if you do anything— outrageous! Of course some judges took it as an insult when you asked the simple question ”Why?”, but most of them/us would happily respond and explain! I cannot tell you how many times I asked my friend and idol Hans Lehtinen why he did what he did. He never got upset, but took the time to explain and I believe he has taught me a lot over the years. My attitude has always been: If you know the answer, you don’t mind the question! In your critiques you are also expected to express what you really think about the dogs and list the major virtues as well as any short-comings. That’s what we expected and often when some unusual decision was made, people were lining up to read what had been written. Another rather Scandinavian phenomenon is the informal get-togethers we used to have, discussing each others breeds, helping and learning from each other about trimming, handling, selecting puppies, stud dogs etc Just one of the advantages of living in smaller countries ! Group travels by bus or air to the major shows also gave us a lot of time together preparing for the show as well as discussing the results afterward. And of course a lot of other activities we don’t necessarily speak about in public!! I am a self confessed Anglophile. Since my early years in dogs English breeders and judges have had a huge influence and taught me a lot. We had so many excellent British judges coming to judge in Scandinavia and many did an excellent job and gained a lot of admiration and recognition. Then we went on our yearly raids to English shows and kennels and made a not so pleasant observation: Many of these “Super judges” did a great job even in their home country-until the Limit and Open classes ! Then often something else took over, namely what we “tourists” described as “Politics before Beauty”- but to our amazement none of the exhibitors seemed upset over results that, in my part of the world, the judge could expect to be lynched for !! I also found it astonishing that so many regular and well known exhibitors, after showing for 20-30 years, had never won a Challenge Certificate, but still kept showing.

Being used to, and expecting, praise or criticism as well as feed back from exhibitors or the ringside, it always surprised me, that when judging in the UK it NEVER happened. At open shows I frequently judged breeds I definitely wished I knew more about, but when asking what “they” thought about my judging, placements etc the answer was ALWAYS the same: “As long as you pleased yourself… ”Really not very useful. In the UK you don’t hand a critique to the exhibitor in the ring, but within 4 weeks you are expected to write a critique for the 2 or 3 first dogs in each class to be published in one of England weekly dog papers Dog World or Our Dogs. After my first appointment there I naturally upset the world by writing the critiques according to Scandinavian traditions, including the bad as well as the good points. My first critiques really upset the world, despite being severely “amputated” by the editor! So I never did it again, but started from the nose, ending at the tip of the tail. Mentioning all the positive, but omitting all the negative- hoping that any intelligent human being could read between the lines. Some of the big differences between the show scene here and in Europe is that the AKC has detailed instructions as to routine, dress code etc. In addition we are encouraged, after the individual dogs have been judged, to eliminate the ones not in contention. In Europe there is seemingly no dress code, I cringe when I see a Best in Show judge dressed in jeans and a T-shirt. Particularly bad as so many European exhibitors today make an effort to dress up American style- and then be judged by a guy in jeans will not add to the occasion! Also, in my country of origin, we were encouraged “to make a show of it”. Trying to make judging a little more exciting even if the result was obvious. I guarantee , as an exhibitor. I had many sweaty moments in the ring, wondering what the hell was going on. But normally it was just a show for the ringside. Another difference in the procedure is that in many countries dogs are placed in reverse order, from 4 or 5 to 1. Intended, I believe, to keep people on their toes and the excitement going. I think it is a rather good idea, if you forget the few times a judge kept one dog too many in the ring and made it all look ridiculous. One thing is for sure. The perfect system still does not exist anywhere in the world, but showing dogs will hopefully always be fun and a worthwhile experience.


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Question ofthe Week

Since This Is The Last Issue Of The Year For 2011 I Would Like To Ask You What Practical Changes If Any You Would Suggest For Dog News To Adopt To Improve Its Presentation Editorially And/Or Advertising Ways Or Even On Our Web Site For The Upcoming Year Of 2012.

JANE MYERS I think you are doing a great job! I have always loved the magazine and I love the fresh new look in glossy. Have a great holiday. ANN LEttIS In my very humble opinion I feel that Dog News has improved the quality of its appearance greatly. While I may not always agree with opinions that are published, I do appreciate the fact there is always a willingness to additionally print other views on an issue. On a personal note, my thanks for the articles on legislation that both needs to be opposed and also supported. Wishing all at Dog News a wonderful New Year. ARMANDO ANGELbELLO Moving to glossy paper was a welcomed change, keep it.

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SANDY FREI I wouldn't change a thing about Dog News. I love the new paper that it is produced on. The ads are sharper. I like the timeliness and the professionalism of the ads. Keep up the good work!!! CAROL GROSSMAN Just an FYI that your December 9th issue was absolutely fantastic. I read it cover to cover, I felt informed and enjoyed everything I read. Almost felt guilty at Holiday Cluster because I could not put the paper down. Kudos to everyone for still managing to capture the readers after all these years.


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No Substitute for Enthusiasm In a recent discussion with one of Finland’s most senior all-rounder judges we were discussing why it should be that dogs shown in the Champion class in that country are these days often graded as Very Good or Good, rather than the expected Excellent. Certainly when I first started visiting this small country, which has had such a huge impact on the global dog world, grading a Finnish Champion as anything other than Excellent would have been unthinkable.

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t was suggested that the main reason was that more and more judges are being invited to Scandinavia from the “newer” countries where numbers and depth of quality are nothing like that seen elsewhere. As the dog sport becomes more popular in more countries, obviously they need to produce their own judges to officiate at their own shows. But it consequently stands to reason that multi-breed judges are produced that do not have vast experience or the most rigorous of training. These countries are members of the mighty Federation Cynologique Inernationale and consequently all member countries accept judges from other member countries without question. If they hold an all-breeds licence in their own country, they are free to judge any breed in any other FCI country, regardless of actual experience. This aspect of reciprocity has caused considerable unrest between FCI and the British Kennel Club, which still refuses to automatically approve an FCI judge just because they are approved for a breed in their own country. Of course the UK is not a member of FCI; rather we have what is often confusingly referred to as “a special relationship” with that body.

The thinking of the British Kennel Club is that it would be unfair to approve an overseas judge – regardless of whether or not they are approved in their own country – to judge a breed on less qualifications that they would expect of a home-grown judge, and I can see their point. What concerns me about some of the newer judges that are emerging in Europe is that they see judging dogs as some kind of gravy train where they can enjoy generous hospitality in usually comfortable hotels, all expenses paid with a fee on top. Oftentimes they are very convivial people who have a great knack for acquainting themselves with show chairmen and officials, often arriving to judge armed with gifts for those who invited them, they can charm and smooth-talk with the best, yet seldom do I ever hear them talking seriously about DOGS. Don’t get me wrong, I have met several young judges from these countries who have mastered the art of judging their own and related breeds and are keen to discuss the breeds in which they are interested in depth, but they are few and far between. What concerns me – and concerned the revered Finn, with whom I was speaking – is the apparent lack of enthusiasm and a genuine desire to learn about the different breeds ... and remember under FCI there are more than double the number we have in the UK or the USA, many more. In many

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cases these judges take on breeds overseas when they have little understanding of the priorities of breed type, and have seen very few outstanding specimens. The Scandinavians are generally very demanding and knowledgeable breeders and exhibitors. They understand the shortcomings in their own dogs and are always keen to upgrade them. What they do not appreciate is what they refer to as “Santa Claus judges” who officiate in their country, dish out Excellent gradings like confetti and write bland, meaningless critiques. If their dog has a light eye, they expect the judge to notice and mention it in the critique, even if it has other outstanding virtues that far outweigh this one cosmetic fault. The judges who have truly made their mark on the world stage are those who have endless enthusiasm for the sport and a ceaseless thirst for knowledge. They never tire of asking questions of breeders who have made their mark on a breed or judges who have far more experience than they have. I find that discussions with longestablished breeders will always result in a rather different perspective of that breed and some newfound information that will never be found in a breed standard or breed book. They are also known generally as being “tough” judges and do not automatically endorse past wins by simply rubber-stamping existing Champions. One of the fundamental changes that may have occurred in recent years is the viewing of showing pedigree dogs as simply a social activity rather than a comparison and evaluation of breeding stock. In “the good old days” breeders expected their dogs to be judged, and expected brutal honesty of those for whose opinions they had entered and paid. It seems to be that more exhibitors today prefer to get prizes than a direct opinion. As long as these exhibitors predominate, the “Santa Claus judges” will continue to be supported. On a recent trip to Scandinavia I was intrigued to listen to the travelogue that was being offered by a young man who was clearly thrilled with his recently awarded all breeds licence. I have never actually heard the person in question discussing dogs seriously, and asked him if he had ever been to watch Crufts or Westminster. The reply was “Why on earth would I want to come to Crufts or Westminster if they don’t ask me to judge?” !!!! Needless to say, that is where that conversation ended!


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Multiple Best In Specialty Show & Best In Show Winning

GCh. & Can. Ch. Darkover Don’t Dream It’s Over

Thank you Judge Mr. Henry Williams for finishing our year with this Group First!

Fynn’s team would like to thank “all” the Judges who have made 2011 such a great year!

Looking forward to 2012... Owners: Shadow Hill Springers Silsby Pelissero Charles Pelissero San Geronimo, California

Co-Owner/Breeder Darkover Springers Bobbie Daniel

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A Swedish Viewpoint The Brachycephalic Syndrome

New knowledge emphasizing the importance and responsibility of the dog show judge.

By Dr Göran Bodegård, MD. & Prof. Åke Hedhammar, DVM (Reprinted with permission by the authors from Dog World in the UK.) Göran Bodegård is an all breed show judge and Åke Hedhammar is veterinary consultant for the Swedish Kennel Club (SKK). Both are involved in the preparation of Special Breed Instructions regarding exaggerations in pedigree dogs and the production of a DVD on the Brachycephalic Syndrome in preparation by the SKK. This text is a translation of material used in Sweden to make show judges and breeders aware of their responsibility and potential impact in a reparative process.

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been included in this and are generally eager to contribute their knowledge and experience and they support the idea of involving show judges in efforts aimed at preventing and reducing the breathing problems in their breeds. The project group includes show judges and those with veterinary expertise as well as a professional film team. Prof G Oechtering, Leipzig, Germany who is internationally reknowned for his expertise on the brachycephalic syndrome in dogs, has been consulted. The theoretical basis for the project is the most current scientific knowledge about the Brachycephalic Syndrome (***). Many new findings make it very important for judges to update and enhance their knowledge in that respect and to sincerely consider how to apply the new facts when assessing particularly the short-nosed breeds in the ring. The influence of the show judge regarding the selection of dogs used for breeding is likely to be increasingly important the more the dog show sport has developed. The recent research findings are based mainly on Professor Oechtering’s endoscopic studies on dogs seen for veterinary care. The dogs seen at veterinary clinics are not necessarily the same as those in the show ring but neither are the two populations genetically distinct, rather parts of the same breed population.

The Brachycephalic Syndrome In many breeds the aim has been to get flat-faced dogs and this has been achieved by selection for a shortened skull and muzzle. This head type - the brachycephalic head - is not to be considered as a normal variation but is the result of a human intention to consolidate desired physical characteristics which are expressions of a genetic mutation. Even with the selected breeding for this trait, dogs are produced with a spectrum of characteristics, including individuals having practically no nose at all. Strongly connected to the flat face characteristics is the development of malformations in the airways including pinched nostrils, elongated and thickened palate, hypertrophic and/or collapsing walls of the trachea and bronchi which cause obstructions for the flow of air. The degree of breathing impairment is varying. The brachycephalic breeds also manifest a disturbed thermoregulation capacity. Brachycephalic animals are all, to at least some degree, affected by lifelong breathing problems which are particularly pronounced under conditions of elevated environmental temperature and during increased physical activity when

insufficient airway capacity hinders an adequate gas exchange. Attacks of evidently laboured breathing with respiratory distress, snoring and snuffling are the most common clinical signs which in the most serious cases might develop into apnoea, loss of consciousness, collapse and even death. CoNtiNueD oN page 110


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Bests of the Week Forsyth Kennel Club German Wirehaired Pointer GCh. Reece Afterhours The Buck Stops Here Judge Mr. Houston Clark Owners Kiki Courtelis, Angela Johnson, Michael Johnson, Christine Whitmore Handler Frank Murphy Greater Hickory Kennel Club Pekingese Ch. Palacegarden Malachy Judge Mr. Robert J. Shreve Owners Iris Love, Sandra Middlebrooks & David Fitzpatrick Handler David Fitzpatrick Skokie Valley Kennel Club I & II Smooth Fox Terrier GCh. Slyfox Sneak’s A Peek Judge Ms. Virginia Lyne Judge Mrs. Patricia Trotter Owner J.W. Smith Handler Edward Boyes Greater Miami Kennel Club Savannah Kennel Club Skye Terrier Ch. Cragsmoor Buddy Goodman Judge Mrs. Barbara D. Alderman Judge Mrs. Gloria Geringer Owners Carolyn Koch & Victor Malzoni, Jr. Handler Larry Cornelius Santa Cruz Kennel Club Kennel Club of Salinas Shoreline Kennel Club Standard Poodle GCh. Brighton Lakeridge Encore Judge Mrs. Patricia Taylor Judge Mr. Norman Patton Judge Mr. Martin D. Doherty Owners Toni and Martin Sosnoff Handler Taffe McFadden

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Granite City Kennel Club I & II German Shepherd Dog GCh. Babheim’s Captain Crunch Judge Ms. Beverly Capstick Judge Dr. Robert Indeglia Owners James Moses, Deb Stern, Janet Lange, Carlos Navarro, Sheree Moses, M. Deschamps Handler James Moses Middlesex County Kennel Club - Thursday Ladies Dog Club - Saturday Bearded Collie GCh. Tolkien Raintree Mister Baggins Judge Mr. Richard Gschwender Judge Mrs. Mary Ann Alston Owners Mrs. Ellen M. Charles, Larry & Angela Stein, Robert Lamm, Lesley Woodcock & Susan Ross Handler Clifford Steele Starved Rock Kennel Club - Thursday Malibu Kennel Club Pharaoh Hound GCh. Northgates As You Like It Judge Mrs. Sharon A Krogh Judge Mr. Robert E Hall Owner Jennifer Mosing & Jenny Hall Handler Brian Livingston Starved Rock Kennel Club II Standard Poodle GCh. Jaset’s Satisfaction Judge Mr. Kent Delaney Owners B. Harris, M. Molnar, J. Danburg Handler Ann Rairigh Greater Miami Dog Club - Sunday Miniature Pinscher GCh. Marlex Classic Red Glare Judge Mr. Joseph E. Gregory Owners Leah Monte & Armando Angelbello Handler Armando Angelbello Greater Collin Kennel Club Texas Kennel Club Trinity Valley Kennel Club Black Cocker Spaniel GCh. Casablanca’s Thrilling Seduction Judge Ms. Rita Bell Judge Mr. David R. Miller Judge Mrs. Karen Wilson Owners Bruce Van Deman, Carolee Douglas, Mary Walker, Linda Moore Handler Michael Pitts


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Winningest Min Pin In 35 Years!

America’s #1 Min Pin, #3 Toy & #11 Amongst All Breeds*

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Judge Mr. Kenneth McDermott

At 2 Years Old 25 All-Breed Bests In Show National Specialty Best of Breed & Top 20 Winner 102 Toy Group Firsts

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Judge Mr. Eugene Blake

Flas Best I h: n Sho w #25 Jud Mr. Jo ge seph Grego e. ry Judge Mr. LaMar Mathis

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10 quESTioNS ASkED BY LESLEY BoYES of:

Don & Georjean

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Born: Don—Albert Lea, Minnesota Georjean—Buchanan, Michigan Reside: Bonita, California Married for 55 years.

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What year did you start showing dogs and what breeds were they?

Don & Georjean: We started in Afghan Hounds in 1961 and English Setters in 1981.

Which dog no longer being shown would you liked to have shown or owned?

Don: None Georjean: Outside of my two Breeds, without naming any specific dog, I have always been fascinated with Poodles (all Varieties).

Why do you think most people want to judge?

Don: To continue being active in the sport of dogs. Georjean: There are many reasons—ego trip, thrill of finding a really nice dog, giving back to the sport and having the opportunity to be active in the sport of dogs without breeding and or exhibiting.

Who are your non-dog heros or heroines exclusive of immediate relatives?

Don: Military service people who have been wounded in battle. Georjean: People who dedicate their lives to caring for other people and our military.

If you could change one thing about your relationship what would it be?

Don: Happy as is! Georjean: Happy as is!

How would you describe yourselves in personal ads?

Don: Getting older! Georjean: Avid exhibitor!

Do you think there are too many dog shows?

Don: Yes, it is getting harder to find club members to do the work. Georjean: No, people can make choices as to how many shows they wish to enter.

Which are your three favorite dog shows?

Don: No idea. Georjean: Westminster, Garden specialties, and any show our dog goes Best in Show.

Do you think there should be a limit on the number of times a dog may be exhibited in a year?

Don: No. Georjean: No.

How do you react to people flying in and out of shows on the same weekend?

Don: It’s up to the owner. Georjean: I have no problem with it. That is a decision between owner and handler.


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The Dog News Top Ten List lists Best In Shows, Group Firsts and ALL Group Placements.

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TOP TEN IN GROUP • Based on All-Breed Competition

Sporting Group Hound Group 1 GCH CH Casablanca’s Thrilling Seduction 79488 Spaniels (Cocker) Black L Moore/B Van Deman/C Douglas/M Walker 2 GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova 29218 Spaniels (English Springer) C Florence/B Fink/E Kerfoot/K Goodhue-Mc 3 GCH CH Cerise Tender is The Night 26258 Spaniels (English Springer) D Cherry/C Blaine/F Sunseri 4 GCH CH Silhouettes Lifeinthefastlane 21156 Weimaraners C Cassidy/B Cassidy 5 GCH CH Gemini Fallchase The Butler Did It 19289 Retrievers (Golden) J Herrera/Y Herrera/M Roxby/C Metcalf 6 GCH CH Northwoods Send Money Honey 19173 Weimaraners H Warren/T Palmer/P Warren 7 GCH CH Mt. View’s Ripsnortersilvercharm 18967 Pointers (German Wirehaired) C Wisch/K Wisch 8 GCH CH Oakley’s B’Dazzled 15917 Setters (English) D Jenseh/G Jensen/E Strickland/J Strickl 9 GCH CH Shortales N Cahoots W Irondale JH 13527 Pointers (German Shorthaired) L Estes/T Stinchcombe 10 GCH CH Reece Afterhours The Buck Stops Here JH 10992 Pointers (German Wirehaired) K Courtelis/M Johnson/A Johnson/C Whitmo

1 GCH CH Starline’s Chanel Whippets L Lawrence/C Lawrence/N Lawrence 2 GCH CH Northgate’s As You Like It Pharaoh Hounds J Hall/A Lundqvist-Hemstrom 3 GCH CH Sporting Fields Bahama Sands Whippets D Butt/A Giles 4 GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss And Tell Bloodhounds S LaCroix/H Whitcomb 5 GCH CH Thaon’s Mowgli Afghan Hounds J Hafford/J Blanchard/A Sterner/D Rogers 6 GCH CH Grandcru Clos Erasmus Greyhounds M Steele/R Gaudet/R Tomlin 7 GCH CH Langrigg Star Ofth Stage Beagles (over 13 in.) T Steele/E Dziuk 8 GCH CH Celestial Cj’s Hearts On Fire Petits Bassets Griffons Vendeens J Hurty/C Hurty/L Florian/M Florian/P He 9 GCH CH Torquay Midnight Confession Beagles (over 13 in.) M Chagas/M Botelho/A Botelho 10 GCH CH Hundeleben Queen’s Armada Sl Dachshunds (Longhaired) C Puig

Working Group

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1 GCH CH Winfall Brookwood Styled Dream 53176 Boxers D McCarroll/J Billhardt/S Tenenbaum 2 GCH CH Szumeria’s Wildwood Silver Six Pence 37114 Kuvaszok M Vila/L Brady/C Muir/C Townsend 3 GCH CH R And G’s Mystical Dancer 27919 Boxers R Bezerra/B Bachman/R Servetnick/G Steel 4 GCH CH Protocol’s Veni Vidi Vici 23599 Doberman Pinschers S Lundy/D Lundy/J Mullins/K Mullins 5 GCH CH D’Oro Solidos Feliciano Uno 17593 Rottweilers D Cabe/H Cabe 6 GCH CH Mcmagic’s Candied Ham Of Pebblesrun 16064 Samoyeds A Kiell Green/A Green/P McCallum 7 GCH CH Winfall I Dream Of Style 14789 Boxers K Robbins/C Robbins/G Adkins/B Adkins/T 8 GCH CH Catanyas Latin Lover 13969 Alaskan Malamutes P Kendrick/A Martinez/A Syar 9 GCH CH Lobato’s JitterBug Man 13799 Great Danes M Thomas/J Lobato/G Cole 10 GCH CH Chancellor Flirt’s Hi Flyin’ Gladiator 12812 Rottweilers W Lewellen

THE DOG NEWS TOP TEN LIST is a monthly listing of the Top Ten Dogs All Breeds and the Top Ten Dogs in each Group. There is also a listing of the Top Ten Dogs in Each Breed. All of these statistics are based on All Breed competition. The American Kennel Club compiles these figures from the AKC licensed and member club shows. These figures will be printed monthly in DOG NEWS by Annual Awards Rating System. These are the most current statistics available to the fancy.

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Terrier Group

1 GCH CH Slyfox Sneak’s A Peek 27338 Fox Terriers (Smooth) J Smith 2 GCH CH Steele Your Heart 24998 Fox Terriers (Wire) T Steele/M Roma 3 GCH CH Cragsmoor Buddy Goodman 21734 Skye Terriers C Koch/V Malzoni 4 GCH CH Castle Rock’s Sbigstaff Mad About You 19390 American Staffordshire Terriers G Brown/R Sampson/D Pesenti 5 GCH CH Alpine’s Highwayman 18095 American Staffordshire Terriers Z Smith/E Thomason/K Thomason/C Lefloch 6 GCH CH Lomondview Clementina 15660 Scottish Terriers D Eggert/J Eggert 7 GCH CH Cracknor Cross The Ts 14278 Norfolk Terriers P Beale/E Matell/B Sweigart 8 GCH CH Perrisblu Kennislain’s Chelsey 11846 Kerry Blue Terriers E Yingling/L Yingling/C Yingling/B Yingl 9 GCH CH Meadowlake Simply Sinful 11235 Border Terriers K Courtelis/K Fitzpatrick/J Wilkinson/D 10 GCH CH Waybroke Broxden Turning Tanner 10038 Fox Terriers (Smooth) V Malzoni/A Booth

Toy Group 1 GCH CH Palacegarden Malachy Pekingese I Love/S Middlebrooks/D Fitzpatrick 2 GCH CH Banana Joe V. Tani Kazari Affenpinschers Z Truesdale/M Cooymans 3 GCH CH Marlex Classic Red Glare Miniature Pinschers A Angelbello/L Monte 4 GCH CH Tamarin Top Banana Affenpinschers M Kahlo 5 GCH CH Caper’s Sirius Endeavor Pugs P Fisher/C Fisher/J Rowell/L Rowell 6 GCH CH Hallmark Jolei Austin Powers Shih Tzu J Walton/R Walton 7 GCH CH Miletree Northern Star Cavalier King Charles Spaniels B Henry/S Henry/B George 8 GCH CH Copella’s Rising Attraction Papillons M Mosing/P Cox/C Pickett

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9 GCH CH Ayrwen Star Kissed Delight Chihuahuas (Smooth Coat) G Johnson/A Johnson 10 GCH CH Windemere’s Dusting Of White At Pevyne Pekingese J Sanchez/C Sanchez/J Thoms/C Koch

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TOP TEN ALL BREED Based on All-Breed Competition

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Non-Sporting Group 1 GCH CH Brighton Lakeridge Encore 47873 Poodles (Standard) T Sosnoff/M Sosnoff 2 GCH CH Jaset’s Satisfaction 37881 Poodles (Standard) B Harris/M Molnar/J Danburg 3 GCH CH Saks Hamelot Little Drummer Boy 32362 Bichons Frises B Weidner/L Darman/K Griffin/C Ruggles 4 GCH CH Surrey Sugar Baby 18758 Poodles (Miniature) R Scott/D Burke 5 GCH CH Dacun Kaylens He’s A Heartbreaker 12038 Poodles (Standard) V Dorris/K Peiser 6 GCH CH Vogelflight’s “Honor” To Pillowtalk 11392 Bichons Frises E Charles/K Vogel/M Abbott/P Abbott 7 GCH CH Vaje’s Miss Jayne Hathaway 10797 Chinese Shar-Pei J Mauk/V Mauk 8 GCH CH Dante Fire When Ready 10766 Schipperkes A Gossman/S Middlebrooks/M Jameson/P All 9 GCH CH Spotlights Ruffian 10647 Dalmatians J Lyons/B Lyons 10 GCH CH Ta Sen Bond James Bond 9352 Lhasa Apsos S Giles

Herding Group 1 GCH CH Babheim’s Captain Crunch 29733 German Shepherd Dogs M Deschamps/C Navarro/J Lange/D Stern/J 2 GCH CH Tolkien Raintree Mister Baggins 26194 Bearded Collies E Charles/A Stein/L Stein/S Ross/L Woodc 3 GCH CH Lambluv Gambolon Blue Thunder 18786 Old English Sheepdogs K Richardson/J Marder 4 GCH CH Segni At Coventry 15634 Pembroke Welsh Corgis A Geremia 5 GCH CH Mysharas Dream Girl 15205 Australian Shepherds S Fontanini

1 GCH CH Casablanca’s Thrilling Seduction Spaniel (Cocker) Black L Moore/B Van Deman/C Douglas/M Walker

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2 GCH CH Palacegarden Malachy Pekingese I Love/S Middlebrooks/D Fitzpatrick

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3 GCH CH Winfall Brookwood Styled Dream Boxer D McCarroll/J Billhardt/S Tenenbaum

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4 GCH CH Brighton Lakeridge Encore Poodle (Standard) T Sosnoff/M Sosnoff

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5 GCH CH Banana Joe V. Tani Kazari Affenpinscher Z Truesdale/M Cooymans

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6 GCH CH Starline’s Chanel Whippet L Lawrence/C Lawrence/N Lawrence

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7 GCH CH Jaset’s Satisfaction Poodles(Standard) B Harris/M Molnar/J Danburg

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8 GCH CH Szumeria’s Wildwood Silver Six Pence 37114 Kuvaszok M Vila/L Brady/C Muir/C Townsend 9 GCH CH Northgate’s As You Like It Pharaoh Hound J Hall/A Lundqvist-Hemstrom

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10 GCH CH Saks Hamelot Little Drummer Boy Bichon Frise B Weidner/L Darman/K Griffin/C Ruggles

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6 GCH CH Aubrey’s Tails Of Mystery Cardigan Welsh Corgis C Savioli/V Savioli 7 GCH CH Dalarno Nite Song At Morningstar Pembroke Welsh Corgis K Courtelis/L Dossett 8 GCH CH Cordmaker Rumpus Bumpus Pulik J Beaudoin/S Huebner/F Licciardi 9 GCH CH Rocheuses Me And My Shadow Of Cornus Bouviers des Flandres F Dreyfus/C Dreyfus/H Johnson/C Johnson 10 GCH CH Carben Copy’s If The Shoe Fits Australian Cattle Dogs J Rowland/D McNeil/K Watkins CoNtiNueD oN page 48

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Dogs and Dailies What newspapers can teach us about the sport of dogs. By Denise Flaim

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always show up 50 years too late. When I arrived in the newsroom of the top-circulation metropolitan daily where I spent almost 20 years, the Brenda Starr days were long gone. No Scotch bottles in the file cabinets, no “Naked Came the Stranger” high jinks, no clacking typewriters. But for the liberal use of the F word – still a staple in every newsroom, in all its conjugations – it might as well have been an insurance company. By the time I got into dogs, the glory days were long past, too. What I would have given to have seen Mardormere, met Alva Rosenberg, watched Harry Sanger’s hand on a dog. To be sure, there are glimmers of that heyday today, but I find it most often – and altogether too rarely – in the reminiscences. One of my most vivid memories in newspapers came about eight years ago. The editor was holding forth in the newsroom, explaining to disdainful reporters why reworking stories for the newspaper’s web site was not a waste of time, and why our email addresses would soon be appearing below our bylines. Eye-rolling, clock-glancing. One day, he told us, we’d have some form of electronic newspaper, a digital edition that would give readers news tailored to what they wanted read, as opposed to what we wanted to give them. Snickering, arm-crossing. One day, he said, newsprint would be obsolete. I laughed along with everyone else. “No newsprint?” I scoffed. “He’s nuts.” You know as well as I do what happened after that – smart phones, Kindles, iPads. Overnight, newspapers imploded. Our overseas bureaus – Johannesburg, Jerusalem, Moscow – were shuttered. I watched an exodus of talented, Pulitzer Prize-winning colleagues leave for higher ground at universities, political web sites, spokesperson posts at the entities they once used to cover. Eventually, I left, too. As I watch and read about our sport, it is déjà vu all over again. The same belly flop is coming – delayed, but only temporarily, by the American Kennel Club’s shrewd financial investments and the cushioning income they provide. But stock-market dividends don’t change the reality that our world and its demographics have changed, registrations are heading south with all the alacrity of a Canada goose in December, and, without a paradigm shift, we are going the way of the iceman. Newspapers woke up one day and realized that people had found a way to live without them. People were getting their general news elsewhere – faster and more frequently. The average newspaper reader was graying, and no youngsters were replacing them – it was an industry of attrition. The business model was outdated, and the once-captive audience 42 Dog News

had found a hole in the fence large enough to drive a Hummer through. Sound familiar? The advice newspapers got about how to proceed was, in a word: Diversify. Don’t just thing of yourself as a wad of inky paper that a high-schooler flings at doorsteps at six in the morning. Explore new revenue streams. Use and capitalize on the new media that seem to be your biggest threat. Re-explore assumptions and conventional wisdom. Identify niche markets and target them to widen your base. Be limber, be open and, above all, reinvent. Again, sound familiar? The American Kennel Club has been doing just this – adding more user-friendly sports such as Rally, rolling out the welcome mat to mixed breeds, monetizing the AKC’s massive email database with Wins of the Week, cajoling breeders to register entire litters with the Breeder of Merit carrot. Love it or hate it, it’s revenue. Granted, some initiatives are more successful than others – for example, the almost manic rubberstamping of new breeds has resulted in some barely functional parent clubs being fasttracked toward recognition – but the sidelines are always the safest place from which to complain. The question from consumers that newspapers must somehow answer is: Why should I buy or subscribe to a daily paper when I can get the news for free on the Internet? And the question the AKC faces is: Why should I register my dog? Without a paradigm shift, any answer ends in a stammer. If you are “just” a pet person who has no intention of competing in conformation or performance, I cannot think of a single compelling reason why you need that slip of paper with the fancy seal on it. (You can launch into the song and dance about guaranteed parentage, but the truth is most people don’t care.) The AKC has added incentives such as a period of complimentary pet insurance, but that may only be part of the answer. A strong motivator to register your dog would be to participate in some kind of AKC event – which would in turn feed us more revenue through entry fees. But that sound you hear in the background is the collective screech of tires as we contemplate how inviting and friendly the average AKC dog show is to newcomers. Whatever happened to that visionary newspaper editor? He was fired not long after for refusing to make draconian cuts in staff

mandated by the paper’s new corporate owner. In short order, he was hired by a university and charged with creating the newest journalism program in the nation. But he didn’t stop there: Realizing that many students had no idea how to distinguish a legitimate news source from a biased or disreputable one, he created a ground-breaking course on “media literacy” that is mandatory for every student, not just the aspiring journalists. In other words, he made what was once a relatively closed society accessible to everyone. And by doing so, he legitimized and demystified the world of journalism to the student body, about a third of which, he estimated, said they didn’t trust any news organizations, no matter how reputable. If you take that scenario and apply it to dog shows, there are still more lessons to be learned. Except when they are happening two states and 200 miles away from their stated territories, dog shows are important conduits to their communities. They are potential gateways to building a love and appreciation for purebred dogs in the public. But all too often, dog shows are either jealously guarded fiefdoms or victims of ennui, surviving on autopilot. This doesn’t mean that dog shows have to start offering lookalike contests in the Best in Show ring, any more than the journalism program at that forward-thinking university puts engineering students in classes about Gutenberg or the inverted pyramid. But it does mean that dog shows need to engage the general public. If dog shows could become destinations for those outside the fancy as much as those of us within it, it is a win-win for everyone – for the club’s treasury, for the public’s appreciation of purebred dogs, for the bored family needing a weekend-afternoon diversion. There is already ample evidence that this works, including California’s tie-dyed Woofstock cluster. The ever-expanding AKC Meet the Breeds event in Manhattan also reinforces the reality that the public is just waiting to be engaged by us and our dogs. Perhaps the average kennel club doesn’t have the marketing expertise to reinvent its all-breed show to be more civilian friendly. But the American Kennel Club, with its marketing and public-relations acumen, could significantly support clubs in this way, from providing templates for promotional material to creating a manual of best practices from clubs around the country with a track record of success. In urban areas where there are a high concentration of dog clubs and limited venues – as in its own backyard, the metropolitan New York area – perhaps the American Kennel Club should consider a pilot program: Buy some undervalued real estate, create an AKC-owned or backed venue with facilities that would incorporate the public, and help the clubs help themselves. (The clubs, in turn, would need a vibrant membership, but one problem at a time.) It is easy to look at the seismic shifts in demographics and the plummeting revenues in both newspapers and dogs, and be depressed at what the future might bring. But in looking at the challenges, we often forget the cheering reality: People will always read. And people will always own and love dogs. It’s just that the habits that they have developed to enjoy both are changing, and we have not kept pace.


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Remember The Larger Goal With The AR Agenda We all wear lots of different hats in the dog world. Along with dog mom, sometime show person and dog breeder, dog writer, and others, one of the hats I wear is co-owner of a state pet law list for my state to keep people informed about animal laws and animal rights problems affecting owners and breeders.

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’ve been performing this function for several years. It means reading, or at least scanning, the bigger national PetLaw list daily for news that may affect my state. I have Google alerts set up for the bigger cities in my state and for HSUS, along with key people, so I will receive notice if they appear in news stories, post blogs, or are quoted anywhere. We do what we can to try to mitigate the influence of the animal rights movement in this state, along with watching and acting on legislation when the legislature is in session. We have about 150 members which is not bad considering we started with nothing a few years ago. We also post information about government relations and legislation from the AKC, which we are happy to get. We post pertinent information from the National Animal Interest Alliance. We post information from lobbyists urging people to contact their congressmen and women about HSUS. And, we post messages from other dog breed registries who are involved in fighting the animal rights movement. I have never had any qualms about posting information from these sources as long as they are actively involved in fighting a common foe. However, recently I’ve been getting some messages from

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one registry which has tried to promote itself at the expense of the AKC. One message urged people to register with their organization, instead of AKC, which it mentioned by name, claiming that they did more for dogs, and more to fight the animal rights movement. I didn’t post those messages. I do have a problem with messages like that which seem to me to be self-serving. Our list is about protecting owners and breeders. It’s not about promoting one registry over another. I have my own views about registering dogs and I don’t try to push them on other people, unless they’re buying a puppy from me when I will certainly make my wishes known. I expect others to have the same respect for me. On our list we have all kinds of owners and breeders. We have pet owners, AKC show breeders, UKC people, hobby breeders, and, yes, what would be considered commercial breeders. We also have cat people and farmers. Our dog people register with different registries, or with multiple registries. We have stayed together and we get along with each other as well as we do because we don’t squabble about whose dogs are better or who is a better breeder. Everyone on our list is here because

we are all opposed to the animal rights movement and because we love our animals. We’re not here to preach at each other or try to convert someone to doing things differently with their animals. That’s how we have been able to find so much common ground in the last few years and avoid the kind of divisive arguments that tear some groups apart. I respect and appreciate every single group that is out there trying to oppose the animal rights movement, but I hope that when you contact someone you will keep in mind that the people involved in this fight have many different views and backgrounds. If you are working on self-promotion, you are only going to weaken our efforts. You need to be directed toward putting a stop to the anti-animal and anti-breeder things that HSUS and other animal rights groups are doing, not worrying about making yourself sound better than your competition. And that goes for the breed registries or state organizations, or even local groups who are fighting with each other. Don’t lose sight of the larger goal because you are tripping over some smaller issues. We all face these problems from time to time. No one has smooth sailing all the time. But if we keep working together, instead of fighting with each other, we can stop the animal rights agenda. Our animals need us to remember the larger goal.


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Sporting group Brittanys 1 GCH CH Mich’s Mt Ready Aim Fire T Rickard/L Rickard/K Rickard/J Davies 2 GCH CH Carrollton’s Count Lancelot L Martin/W Wijaya/G Hartman 3 GCH CH Shelttany’s Against All Odds R Tomasi/H Glick/E Ewart 4 GCH CH Dual Lanes Cam JH C Robinson/L Robinson/K Sullivan 5 GCH CH Star Flight Jumpin Jack Flash RN OA OAJ J Ceres 6 GCH CH Gourley’s Dfl 99 Carat Diamond G Stern/C Gourley 7 GCH CH Triumphant’s Saviour Machine M Russell/S Russell/L McCartney-Roy 8 GCH CH Melridge Stir N It Up D Bingham/F Bingham 9 GCH CH Trio’s Mr. Rocktober K Livingston/C Livingston 10 GCH CH Kabina’s Keep The Change N Crandall/K Sanchez Pointers 1 GCH CH Tahari’s To Wild To Be Serious L Cayton/D Ying/F DePaulo 2 GCH CH Chesterhope Sharp As J Mosing/P O’Neill 3 GCH CH Oncore Mykyna Storm P Haines/T Haines/P Davis 4 GCH CH Solivia’s Kalahari Of Marsuz S Thompson/D Brown/K Thompson Brown 5 GCH CH Penpoint In Dress Blues L Stagg/J Palmer/L Palmer 6 GCH CH Chesterhope My Boys Girl P Kroll 7 GCH CH Coralwood Wynot Step Up To The Plate D Plonkey/R Davis/K Shorter/S Barton 8 GCH CH Bookstor Inherit The Wind K Spey/E Reisman/B Reisman/H Spey 9 GCH CH Marjetta In The Limelight JH J Deeming 10 GCH CH Penpoint King Arthur K Bakker/L Stagg Pointers (German Shorthaired) 1 GCH CH Shortales N Cahoots W Irondale JH L Estes/T Stinchcombe 2 GCH CH Robin Crest Spectacular Bid JH J Hasart/R Remondi 3 GCH CH Robin Crest Great Expectations R Remondi/R Remondi 4 GCH CH Kan-Point’s Leading The Chase R Stanley/L Stanley/L Coonrod 5 GCH CH Autumn’s Stardust And Roses J Stark/R Stark 6 GCH CH Shade Mountain’s Twilight Dancer JH B Abraham/R Straight 7 GCH CH West Star Seamus Gunnar Mcb J Bial/R Bial/S Kreilich 8 GCH CH O’Charida’s Remember Fu Manchu JH R Bell/K Bell/P Cleary 9 GCH CH Fieldfines Pure Gold B McNeill/G McNeill/D Simberland 10 GCH CH Bulkley Sharpmtn’s Blu Skyes MH L Spears/J Spears/G Hostetter

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

1 8 9 14 4

6111

0 9 11 7 9

4609

2 7 7 7 7

4598

1 5 8 10 6

3303

0 5 7 9 9

3285

0 0 4 4 3 2032 0 1 1 2 6

1519

0 1 4 5 5

1183

0 1 5 3 0

747

0 1 6 0 0

677

2 14 15 9 6

2 7 9 13 11 4832 1 2 7 2 5

3008

0 3 7 6 5

2944

0 5 6 3 6

1604

0 1 4 2 2

1098

0 3 0 0 5

1094

0 1 1 1 0

802

0 0 0 3 3

794

0 0 1 3 3

786

4 21 16 10 13 13527 0 8 9 7 4

4056

0 9 10 6 6

3663

1 7 12 3 6

3373

1 7 5 1 6

3132

1 3 1 1 1

1885

1 2 3 2 2

1556

0 1 3 4 1

1425

0 0 5 4 2 1337 0 1 1 4 4

Pointers (German Wirehaired) 1 GCH CH Mt. View’s Ripsnortersilvercharm 6 39 21 12 6 C Wisch/K Wisch 2 GCH CH Reece Afterhours The Buck Stops Here JH 2 39 17 17 4 K Courtelis/M Johnson/A Johnson/C Whitmo

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9048

1012 18967 10992

3 GCH CH Mountain View National Acclaim N Paduch/P Paduch/B Stroh 4 GCH CH Drakkar’s Rlb Celtic Private Eye J Boyd/M Boyd/J Wilkinson 5 GCH CH Star K’s Mile Hi Valentine R Stark/J Stark/V Malzoni 6 GCH CH Aspendel’s Pale Rider JH B Watkins/R Perry/S Ferraro 7 CH Drakkar ‘N Rlb’s Eyefull K Courtelis/J Wilkinson/R Pote/L Bultman 8 GCH CH K-S-Tzarr-Balkanoff Vom Sepp K Sunda/B Stroh 9 GCH CH Afterhours Trickeration JH R Wickes/M Hancock/C Whitmore/C Chism 10 GCH CH Afterhours Reece Have Gun Will Travel F Neuwirth/C Whitmore/A Johnson Retrievers (Chesapeake Bay) 1 GCH CH Quailridge’s Coupe De Ville D Cuevas/R Ostin 2 GCH CH Mudcreek Red Moose THD D Lentz/L Lentz 3 GCH CH Chesabar’s Copper Reflection RN JH P Barber/R Barber/D Horowitz/M Horowitz 4 GCH CH Calico’s Colonial Rum Fire J Duwaldt-Coutu/M Coutu 5 GCH CH Desert Winds Moroccan Sand L Schisler 6 GCH CH Sandbar’s Stock Exxchange D Baker/F Konrad/G Gearhart/A Gearhart 7 GCH CH Spinnakers Kodiak Fisher JH C Kling 8 GCH CH Chestnut Hills Watermark K Anderson/R Anderson 9 GCH CH Cal-I-Co Kiss The Girls J Colvin/J Colvin 10 GCH CH Cabin Ridge’s Mega Margarita C Meyer/J Martin Retrievers (Curly-Coated) 1 GCH CH Down Datrail Hunting Thrills CD S Macre/D Akins 2 GCH CH Kurly Kreek Artic Express S Shifflett/M Shifflett 3 GCH CH Clarion’s Blackberry Bramble J Gentry/P Gentry 4 GCH CH Gladrags Original Buttonfly R Cataldo/M McGroarty 5 GCH CH Pizzazz Trigger I Andre/S McDowell/C McDowell 6 GCH CH Riverwatch Grand Illusion M Meek/G Meek 7 GCH CH Walden Farm’s Zoot Suit Riot RN J Siebecker 8 GCH CH Boyerie’s Thomas Robert H Hames/J Hames/G Cooper/Y Cooper Retrievers (Flat-Coated) 1 GCH CH Blacklace Magic Mocha Sapphire C Johnson/K Johnson 2 GCH CH Fossilcreek Maple Suger Merlin B Flanagan/B O’Donnell 3 GCH CH Valhala Born On The 4th Of July J Pinto/M Doheny 4 GCH CH MACH Shasta Brownstone CD RA JH J Brackney 5 GCH CH Beacon’s Jesse James II C Zelbst 6 GCH CH Flatford’s Comic Relief MH M Farwell/M Farwell/t farwell/K Welke 7 GCH CH Blazin’s Joie De Vivre CD JH D Bierer/S Bierer 8 GCH CH Feathurquest Moonlight Sonata P Briganti/R Briganti/S Morrill/R Morril 9 GCH CH Heirborn Told You So M Jonas/P Jonas/C Jonas/A Richter

AS OF NOVEMBER 30, 2011

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 7 10 4 4

1931

0 1 3 2 3

1505

0 0 1 6 2

1068

0 2 5 1 1

917

0 0 0 3 1

719

0 1 1 2 2

653

0 0 1 1 3

591

0 4 5 8 6

3344

0 8 9 8 6

3195

0 1 7 5 4

2213

0 0 1 7 2 1566 0 1 2 3 4

1486

0 0 3 3 0

1223

0 1 2 5 3

810

0 0 2 2 3

709

0 3 1 1 0

634

0 0 3 0 3

564

0 0 1 1 2

445

0 4 2 5 3

2077

0 1 3 5 5

1703

0 2 3 3 5

729

0 0 1 0 0 414 0 0 2 0 0

208

0 0 0 0 2

193

0 0 0 1 1

139

0 0 0 0 1

121

2 13 13 11 4

6262

0 3 13 5 13 3881 0 3 4 6 7

3313

1 2 2 3 0

2006

0 6 3 8 4

1600

0 3 5 3 0

1196

0 0 1 1 1

668

0 2 2 1 0

592

0 0 2 1 0

407

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

10 GCH CH Blackstone Someone’s In The Kitchen With 0 0 2 0 0 J Chinn/S Chinn Retrievers (Golden) 1 GCH CH Gemini Fallchase The Butler Did It J Herrera/Y Herrera/M Roxby/C Metcalf 2 GCH CH Summits Emery Its In The Bag B Johnson 3 GCH CH Gaia Of Yoshida Enterprise K Oshima/L Jordan-Fenner 4 GCH CH Summits The Titanic P Sherry/R Sherry/B Johnson/B Bischoff 5 GCH CH Gosling’s Reel Deal B Kohl-Laub 6 GCH CH My Buddy’s Boppity-Bop Blue Moon RN L Chew/J Andras/A Andras 7 GCH CH Rush Hill’s River Road Payoff T Struble/M Struble/K Dunn 8 GCH CH Numoon Yukon Anticipation J Devens/C Devens 9 GCH CH Rush Hill Run’N Amuck At Abelard OA OAJ D Blair-Muzzin/T Struble 10 GCH CH Glengowan’s Great Balls Of Fire R Caldwell/P Caldwell Retrievers (Labrador) 1 GCH CH Kaltrav Caribbean Cruise JH M Henricks/C Tripp/P Kroll 2 GCH CH Casbar’s Hart To Hart J Pinto/T Pinto 3 GCH CH Nipntuck Stocking Stufffer R Jack 4 GCH CH Belquest Deep Run Easy Peasy P Giroux/S Moses/J Moses 5 GCH CH Danbridge Henry J M Meewes/K Meewes 6 GCH CH Double Dutch D’Artagnion RN JH OAP AJP E Crisafulli 7 GCH CH Char-Don Ms T’s Rockin’ Tyme S Tsoi/J Schoonover/T Mcfadden 8 GCH CH Salty’s Surfer Girl Of Tampa Bay JH L Hess/S Meyer 9 GCH CH Arlon’s Indy Anna Jones G Baba 10 GCH CH Ghoststone’s Otterly Fantastic Hollywood Kid F Craver/G Craver Retrievers (Nova Scotia Duck Tolling) 1 GCH CH Javahill Surf N’ Aloha Sun A Pasko 2 GCH CH Lennoxlove Susqudilla’s Mini Cooper R Haskin/J Merred/P Campanella/M Waterst 3 GCH CH Pikkinokka’s Lightning Bug S Einck-Paul/N Mages 4 GCH CH Honeyrun Simply Amazing D Gibbs/J Gibbs 5 GCH CH Foxvale Foxbrooke Dare To Cruise K Lawless/J Lawless 6 GCH CH Kd’s Tens Are Wild CD J Knight/D Nichols 7 GCH CH Cyon’s Who’s On First At Broadway RA R Debruyne 8 GCH CH Littleriver Shoot For The Moon L Hettinger/J Jeffery 9 GCH CH Javahill Steal My Heart RA JH A Soderman/P Soderman 10 CH Lakota’s Southern Cross JH P Kartes/K Kartes

TOTAL

346

7 54 26 11 7

19289

8 27 17 9 7

9399

2 19 13 6 10 8892 2 12 15 11 7

6174

0 7 14 7 6

4136

1 5 2 5 7

3529

0 4 3 3 2

3093

0 1 10 5 7

2771

1 6 3 0 0

2613

1 5 3 4 2

1560

4 7 10 5 8

6429

0 1 2 5 0

1814

0 1 0 2 0

1239

0 0 3 4 6

885

0 0 3 0 1

801

0 3 1 6 1

747

0 1 0 2 3

643

0 0 1 0 3

562

0 0 0 1 2

544

0 0 1 1 0

465

1 5 5 11 6

4156

0 2 0 6 9

2336

0 1 6 8 9

2244

0 0 2 2 4

1085

0 2 2 3 3

821

0 0 1 4 2

755

0 0 0 2 1

400

0 0 2 2 2

341

0 1 0 1 0

292

0 0 0 1 0

252

Setters (English) 1 GCH CH Oakley’s B’Dazzled 6 37 16 11 5 15917 D Jenseh/G Jensen/E Strickland/J Strickl 2 GCH CH Stargaze’R ‘N Wingfield Wait Wait Don’T Tell 1 12 13 12 6 6389 D Coller/P Coller/E Hackett 3 GCH CH Wyndswept’s Encore 0 6 7 14 5 6381 R Mockoviak/S Mockoviak


4 GCH CH Colthouse’s Genuine Draft G Perry/A Carswell/A Laurier 5 GCH CH Honeygait Wilsonlake On The Rocks M Raisor/A Duncan 6 GCH CH Set’R Ridge’s Exclusively Gold E Biles/S Biles/S Alexander/M Newman 7 GCH CH Sevenoaks Footprints Onthemoon V Maynard/S Maynard 8 GCH CH Country Squire Rockette S Jordan/D Jauron 9 GCH CH Editions Pursuit Of Happiness M Coldiron/L Kuhn 10 GCH CH Lochlomond’s Wrapped Up In You JH S Kuniansky/F Neal Setters (Gordon) 1 GCH CH Sastya’s Eleven Eleven W Leonard/M Leonard 2 GCH CH Buteo’s Midnight Silence A Johnson-Edwards/C Edwards 3 GCH CH Hollyhunt Take A Chance On Me M Hunsinger/C Hunsinger 4 GCH CH Windcrest Take It To The Limit D Sweeney/S Scovil/V Sweeney 5 GCH CH Birch Run Full Moon Fever JH S DePottey/T DePottey 6 GCH CH Blazen Mackhyber’s Cosmic Voyage M Dorward 7 CH Willowglen’s In The Midnight Hour D Burton 8 GCH CH Glen Oaks River Breeze Shiraz M Wetzel/G Godding/M Devalt 9 GCH CH Celtic Hearts Breezy Spirit Akara D Traeger/F Traeger 10 GCH CH Sandpiper’s Castles In The Air D Grant/J Beattie/D Snyder/P Reilly Setters (Irish) 1 GCH CH Windntide Mr. Sandman P Mcgarry/C Mcgarry/N Salmon 2 GCH CH Antares Amelia Earhart M Goeke/P Goeke 3 GCH CH Shadagee Caught Red Handed D Burke/N Conner/A Bernardin 4 GCH CH Greengate The Boss At Beaubriar RN N Fiacco/R Fiacco/M DeChambeau/B Elliott 5 GCH CH Rosette’s No Stone Unturned D Carl 6 GCH CH Marlyn All About Magic M Title/C McKenzie 7 GCH CH Mi Jean’s Reason To Believe SH NA NAJ NF A Middleton/J Holmberg 8 GCH CH Shadagee Red Delicious S Lemcke/D Burke/N Conner 9 GCH CH Heatherwood’s Sweet Tart C Deslauriers/E Deslauriers/K Deslaurier 10 GCH CH Herihunda’s Table For One J Young/K Young Setters (Irish Red and White) 1 CH Clancuddy Aragorn Of Dunedain B Riedel/T Riedel 2 CH Shireoak Spring Twister JH B Parsons/K Gaut Spaniels (American Water) 1 GCH CH Waterway Game Crk Hot Diggity L Hattrem/J Hattrem/J Rose/S Rose/P Boye 2 CH Beavercreek’s Secret Celebration RN L McGrath/L Thorsness/H Pemble 3 GCH CH Nissop’s Joki Koira SH D Possin 4 GCH CH Waterway Game Crk Ralphie Boy-How Sweet D Hancock/L Hattrem/P Boyer 5 Kylends Bunchy Baker The Third JH A Prior Spaniels (Boykin) 1 GCH CH Sunseeker Pirate’s Code L Knudsen 2 GCH CH Thornhills Carolina Scribe Jake L Kern Spaniels (Clumber) 1 GCH CH Clussexx Last Lion M Jacobs/J Donnelly Schoffstall 2 GCH CH Nexus Dark Horse P McCune/T McCune 3 GCH CH Cajun’s A Change Is Gonna Come P Holman/M Cole/R Froman 4 GCH CH Avalea The Pumpkin King W Schernekau/J Schernekau/A Lefebvre/R T 5 CH Clussexx Rendezvous With Traddles J Haverick/J Hubbard/D Johnson 6 GCH CH Moonrysn Critter James Dean J Sutherland/J Friis/C Sutherland 7 Nexus Just My Imagination J Fankhauser/S Fankhauser 8 GCH CH Winmara’s Far Traveler R Bebeau/P Bebeau 9 GCH CH Clumon’s Good As Gold RE J Scott 10 GCH CH Nexus Locksley Point Of No Return K Hamaker/C Fankhauser Spaniels (Cocker) Black 1 GCH CH Casablanca’s Thrilling Seduction L Moore/B Van Deman/C Douglas/M Walker

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 7 8 8 5

3893

0 3 4 3 3

2014

1 2 4 3 1

2007

1 5 5 1 3

1936

0 6 2 2 2

1750

0 3 4 2 3

1468

0 0 5 2 2

1088

0 3 2 7 1

1786

0 1 2 2 1

802

0 0 0 2 0

524

0 1 0 0 1

411

0 0 1 0 0

367

0 0 0 1 1

322

0 0 0 0 1

311

0 0 0 1 2

306

0 0 0 0 1

299

0 0 0 1 1

245

0 5 9 12 7

4412

0 5 10 8 7

3400

1 6 2 0 2

3317

0 3 6 6 2

2794

0 3 2 2 6

2290

0 4 2 4 3

1324

0 1 3 2 3

1283

0 3 2 3 3

1242

0 0 3 4 3

1124

2 8 4 7 3

969

0 0 0 1 0

201

0 0 1 0 0

187

1 12 8 5 14 6090 0 0 0 1 2

400

0 0 0 1 0

93

0 0 0 0 1

56

0 0 0 0 1

51

0 0 0 0 2

227

0 0 0 0 1

42

0 4 18 13 10 7095 0 5 13 9 7

3371

0 5 9 8 9

2469

0 1 0 2 3

772

0 0 0 1 0

375

0 0 0 1 2

314

0 0 0 0 1

261

0 0 0 0 2

246

0 0 0 0 1

192

0 0 1 0 0

158

65 138 9 5 4

79488

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

2 GCH CH Brookwood Diamond In The Ruff B Warren 3 GCH CH Markann-N-Kk’s Charlotte’s Winning Web K Jeglum/K Kohlmeyer 4 GCH CH Lehi’s Crystal Ball At Bluriver H Armour/B Guyer/N Guyer 5 GCH CH Royal Guardian’s That’s My Boy Kr Y Shin 6 GCH CH Cutts Island Boston Bruin R Price/M Steffen 7 GCH CH K-J & Coldry Sherman Tank J Pruitt/K Pruitt/J Payne 8 GCH CH Apple Hill’s Baldwin P Emerick/E Emerick 9 GCH CH Lomapoint 18k You Da Man J Bjelland/R Drumond 10 GCH CH Silverhall Hi Fidelity W Pike/B Pike Spaniels (Cocker) ASCOB 1 GCH CH HiTrails Clouds In My Eyes K Fairey 2 GCH CH Creekridge Eye Wanna Be A Rock Starr C Bredenbeck/F Bredenbeck 3 GCH CH Blondheim’s That Was Easy S Blondheim/B Blondheim 4 GCH CH Mardi Gras Strut The Stage R Logrie 5 GCH CH Charlot N Che-Lee Shine At Showstars V Rosado 6 GCH CH Rx Victorious Secret E Domondon 7 GCH CH Nickleby’s Hero On The Hudson M Walker/J Eggers/S Kaul 8 GCH CH Telme’s Sparkle And Shine E Kostelnik 9 GCH CH Laurent’s Pretty Portrait K Feller 10 CH Wrightstars A Cut Above D Wright/S Nailor-Bianchi/L Nailor/Y Nai Spaniels (Cocker) Parti 1 GCH CH Pbj’s Keeper Of The Stars B Pruitt 2 GCH CH Mystique N Dal-Mar’s Above The Law D Harrington/C Harrington/H Gordon/C Miu 3 GCH CH Windsor 18k Rolls Royce J Bjelland/T Kelso 4 GCH CH Conquest’s This Is It! M Torres-Young 5 GCH CH Dal-Mar’s Pea Pickin’ Heart B Mcmanigle/S McAlister 6 GCH CH My-Ida-Ho N Jems Captain E Ross/S Gerling 7 GCH CH Che-Lee’s Southern Detor C Brown/V Rosado 8 GCH CH Windstar’s Remington Steele, Private Eye B Bunert 9 GCH CH Dal-Mar N Mystiques Unchain My Heart D Harrington/G Gordon/D Comella 10 CH Afterglow Tristar A Yau/L Brown Spaniels (English Cocker) 1 GCH CH Edgewood Casino Celebrity K Florentine/L Cornelius/M Veras 2 GCH CH Nonnies No Doubt J Gerrish/V Umpleby 3 GCH CH Majestic’s Keeping The Drama S Johnson/K Belter/D Belter 4 GCH CH Sweet Apple Cameo N Sweet 5 GCH CH Newstead Echoes Of Love R Tingley/F Tingley 6 GCH CH Lynann’s Ace To Keep L Gall/R Gall 7 GCH CH Barrister Hocus Pocus S Burch/S Rosenthal 8 GCH CH Pineridge Jakes Best Chance RN F Hill/L Pray 9 GCH CH Gallant Majestic Shaken Not Stirred K Belter/N Gallant/D Belter 10 GCH CH Brasswinds Roadracer At Warwick NF O Horta Fkho/K Florentine Spaniels (English Springer) 1 GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova C Florence/B Fink/E Kerfoot/K Goodhue-Mc 2 GCH CH Cerise Tender is The Night D Cherry/C Blaine/F Sunseri 3 GCH CH Cerise Signature Of Telltale CD RN D Cherry/R Fugit 4 GCH CH Otein Cap’N Jack Sparrow G Ryser/R Nieto/J Ryser/L Nieto 5 GCH CH Darkover Don’T Dream It’s Over S Pelissero/C Pelissero/B Daniel 6 GCH CH Cerise Hermes H Spector/K O’Connell/D Cherry 7 GCH CH Wil-Orion’s Twenty Twenty L Green/E Johnson/E Jesseman/J Johnson 8 GCH CH Myshadow’s Free For All CD RN F Nemet 9 GCH CH Pawmarc’s Northern Lights R Gear/C Tye/P Wilaby Jansen/B Daniel 10 GCH CH Ocoee Dsqd With A Vengeance M King/K Lorentzen/B Breese/A Harry

TOTAL

1 7 9 7 10 3713 0 4 1 3 4

2835

0 4 6 7 4

2741

1 5 3 4 3

2038

0 1 4 1 0

1236

0 1 2 2 8

670

0 1 0 2 4

651

0 0 0 2 2

540

0 1 0 0 0

536

1 3 10 7 10 5080 0 2 4 4 5

2031

0 0 1 3 8

1477

0 4 1 3 7

1339

1 1 6 5 2

1279

0 0 0 1 2

397

0 1 2 1 0

328

0 0 1 0 1

161

0 0 0 0 2

147

0 0 0 0 1

138

0 2 5 3 7

1934

0 2 3 4 3

1026

0 0 0 1 4

811

0 0 0 2 3

735

0 0 3 0 3

685

0 2 1 2 1

587

0 0 1 0 1

368

0 0 3 1 1

306

0 0 1 1 2

291

0 0 1 0 1

240

0 5 10 11 11 5248 1 4 7 9 9

4450

1 4 3 7 6

3493

0 0 5 3 11 2502 0 0 3 2 8

1095

0 0 2 2 1

958

0 0 1 2 1

817

0 1 1 2 1

626

0 1 0 2 1

616

0 1 3 0 0

591

16 67 23 7 6

29218

11 60 36 15 9

26258

5 19 10 7 5

9828

0 10 12 12 12 7961 1 13 12 13 12 6279 0 3 8 8 7

2475

0 4 6 1 1

1940

1 4 5 2 0

1442

1 2 2 5 0

1301

0 1 1 1 2

870

Spaniels (Field) 1 GCH CH Killara’s Riders On The Storm G Elliott/K Balinski/T Mitchell 2 GCH CH Tamarack’s Race You To Calico S Thornhill/B Hirschy/S Snyder-Work 3 GCH CH Freedoms Playing With The Gang J Jernstrom/J Thibault 4 GCH CH Killara’s Grand Idea RA A Eley/K Balinski 5 GCH CH Winfarthing Pride & Prejudice RN SH S Haskell/J Zachow/G Kofron 6 GCH CH Winfarthing’s Spellbinder P Archer 7 GCH CH Upland’s Rockets’ Red Glare B Spencer/L Blaser 8 GCH CH Northaven’s Call Me Al S Stebbins 9 CH Promenade Pay It Forward J Chopson/J Schildman 10 GCH CH Wolftree’s Painted Rock S Miller Spaniels (Irish Water) 1 GCH CH Poole’s Ide Got Water RN S Duncan/C McDaniel/C Shelby/G Siner 2 GCH CH Whistlestop’s Fire & Ice S Duncan/C McDaniel 3 CH Poole’s Ide Bonnie Brook CD S Lewis/L Macdonald 4 CH Stanegate Slippery When Wet T Ufkes/H Gervais/D Locke 5 GCH CH Whistlestop’s Riley On Fire T Urban/B Urban/G Siner 6 CH D’Locks Evenstar Of Beaufield B Kvarnlov/L Musgrave 7 GCH CH Whistle Stop’s Wind On The Water M Cummings 8 GCH CH D’ Locks Look To Windward C Turner/N Turner 9 Cat’s Danny O’ Dowd L Anderson/E McDevitt 10 CH Mallyree’s Contessa At Pooles Ide G Siner/E Pikul Spaniels (Sussex) 1 GCH CH Erinhill Cpnwy Mr Fuzzywrinkles C Curtis/C Holt-Grenier 2 CH Hilands Happy Highwayman B Folsom/S Folsom/L Peterson 3 GCH CH Companionway Sutton Young Turk A Merriman/J Merriman 4 GCH CH Remedi Maritime Criminalintent A Morris/K Booth 5 Companionway Sutton It Had To Be You C Holt 6 GCH CH Wild Cherry Remedi In My World E Heiple/D Miller 7 GCH CH Remedi’s Fastrax Heart O’Gold J Haenszel/C Drake 8 GCH CH Castle’s Theodore Roosevelt B Lester/D Slatton 9 Remedi’s Fastrax Eye Of The Storm J Haenszel/C Drake 10 CH Three D Vansan Wolverine K Welch Spaniels (Welsh Springer) 1 GCH CH Clussexx Rolyarts Payola S Marx 2 GCH CH Royaile’s Man For All Seasons R Burgess/S Burgess/N Carlton 3 GCH CH Royaile Rocksprings Dafydd K Goodrich/N Carlton 4 GCH CH Ivywild’s Lookin’ To Skeldale RN M Johnson 5 GCH CH Truepenny Oh The Places You’Ll Go H Rubin Cohen/F Cohen 6 GCH CH Mystic Acres Reflections Of The Past K Vooris/E Vooris/D Simberlund 7 CH Slapestones Sea Breeze M Riese-Bassel/S Riese 8 CH Royailes In The First Flush A Judd/T Judd 9 GCH CH Statesman’s Kenducky Derby M Helms/P Gilson 10 GCH CH Clussexx Red Dragon J Haverick/B Dowd/K Holbrook/J Rifenberg Spinoni Italiani 1 GCH CH Klondike’s Frederico Ilario S Moen/C Sheridan 2 GCH CH Darby Canyon Mick Jagger D Cannon/L Williams Stanton 3 GCH CH Bela’s Presto Change-O RN P Miller/L Miller/K Miller 4 CH Italix Massimiliano D Graff/D Graff 5 GCH CH Javal I’M Movin On To Hootwire BN RN D Perrott/S Knipe 6 GCH CH Standfast Maverick Queen D Hodges/G Sponseller 7 CH Sweetbriar’s Diamonds Are Forever JH D Graff/D Graff/D Hasley/J Roberts 8 GCH CH Vericool L’Arte Della Leggenda S Acquistapace 9 GCH CH Italix MIlena Olivia S Hudson/C Fry

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 2 1 6 6

2232

0 4 0 6 3

1591

0 0 0 1 2

562

0 1 2 0 2

417

0 1 0 1 4

391

0 0 1 0 0

244

0 0 1 1 4

173

0 0 0 0 1

89

0 0 0 1 0

73

0 0 0 0 2

57

3 16 11 3 4

9288

1 3 1 0 2

2743

0 0 0 1 1

764

0 1 2 1 0

666

1 2 1 0 1

539

0 0 0 0 1 381 0 2 0 1 0

369

0 0 0 1 1

209

0 0 0 0 1

172

0 0 0 1 0

123

0 6 7 8 8

3858

0 1 1 1 1

591

0 0 0 0 3

530

0 0 0 1 2

470

0 0 0 1 0

460

0 2 0 0 1

454

0 0 0 0 2

308

0 0 1 1 0

304

0 0 0 0 1

126

0 0 0 0 1

68

0 4 5 4 5

2075

0 2 1 4 6

1286

0 2 6 4 6

1214

0 0 3 6 3

962

0 0 1 1 2

709

0 0 1 0 4 635 1 1 0 0 0

621

0 3 3 2 2

559

0 0 0 1 3

402

0 1 2 2 1

321

0 6 4 5 3

2035

0 0 3 5 2

1292

1 2 2 2 3

963

0 2 2 0 0

688

0 0 1 0 3

662

0 0 0 1 2

443

0 0 0 1 1

392

0 1 2 1 1

285

0 0 1 0 0

230

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Dog News 49


The British Scene By Geoff Corish

A

utumn in the UK is the time when most of the group shows are held. The summer schedule being so busy plus the kind of weather this time of the year means that all the group shows are held inside. One that you would expect to be held indoors at this time is the Gundog Breeds Association of Scotland. The same venue as the Scottish Kennel Club Ch shows ideal because it is situated right next door to Edinburgh International Airport. Very useful in bringing judges in, not only from this country, from overseas as well. This year Annike Ulltveit-Moe and Dan Eriksson from Sweden were both judging. It turned out to be a good show for American imports. Best in show under Welshman Clive Davies was the Irish Water Spaniel Show Ch/Am Ch Whistle Stops Elements of Magic co-owned by Judith Carruthers and American cobreeder Colleen McDaniel. This boy is interestingly bred being sired by Am Gr Ch Poole Ides Got Water, a son of Judith’s Show Ch Fyder Freethinker, who was best in show here in 2003. He has had a great year winning three all breed best in show awards. For reserve best in show Clive selected the yellow Labrador Show Ch/Am Ch Salty Dog of Tampa Bay handled by Anthony Allen for his American owner

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Linda Hess. He is a multiple group winner in the US and this was his fourth champion certificate. The very next week in the very same venue there was the Working & Pastoral (Herding) Breed’s Association of Scotland and once again best in show going top an import, though not the US as last week with the gundogs. The show had attracted an entry of 1,484 dogs, slightly up on last year, which in this day an age is very good considering the drive many people had from way down south. But travelling from Northern Ireland was certainly worth it for Willie, Amanda and Williams Dobbin with their black Newfoundland Ch/Irish Ch Fairweather’s Knockout with Brooklynbear. He is a multiple group and best in show winner on both sides of the Irish Sea, including an all-breeds win at the huge Birmingham National in 2009. His cosmopolitan show career is best summed up by the fact that he has already flown to the US to represent the UK at last year’s Eukanuba World Challenge and he is going again this year to represent Ireland. Of course it has been well documented in Dog News that the Kennel Club in London is to move a few doors along from its present premises at Clarges Street in London. 12 million pounds and all its expenses paid!! Well that huge amount is not to be sneezed at, is it?? All l will say further is, lets just see if the grass roots dog people benefit in any way, somehow l doubt it!!


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AS OF November 30, 2011

BASed ON Breed COmpetitiON

The Dog News Top Ten List Sporting Group Brittanys 1033 GCH CH Mich’s Mt Ready Aim Fire T Rickard/L Rickard/K Rickard/J Davies 746 GCH CH Gourley’s Dfl 99 Carat Diamond G Stern/C Gourley 709 GCH CH Triumphant’s Saviour Machine M Russell/S Russell/L McCartney-Roy 591 GCH CH Dual Lanes Cam JH C Robinson/L Robinson/K Sullivan 486 GCH CH Carrollton’s Count Lancelot L Martin/W Wijaya/G Hartman 392 GCH CH Shelttany’s Against All Odds R Tomasi/H Glick/E Ewart 341 GCH CH Star Flight Jumpin Jack Flash RN OA OAJ J Ceres 248 GCH CH Sanbar’s Ride The Winds R West/P West/C West 242 GCH CH Granmars Diamond In The Rough J Kirtley/T Foley 240 GCH CH Kabina’s Keep The Change N Crandall/K Sanchez Pointers 529 GCH CH Tahari’s To Wild To Be Serious L Cayton/D Ying/F DePaulo 204 GCH CH Marjetta In The Limelight JH J Deeming 194 GCH CH Penpoint In Dress Blues L Stagg/J Palmer/L Palmer 184 GCH CH Chesterhope Sharp As J Mosing/P O’Neill 144 GCH CH Chesterhope My Boys Girl P Kroll 141 GCH CH Solivia’s Kalahari Of Marsuz S Thompson/D Brown/K Thompson Brown 139 GCH CH Oncore Mykyna Storm P Haines/T Haines/P Davis 114 GCH CH Stonebrook Creksyde Dbl Vision J Mechling/M Mechling 76 GCH CH Chesterhope Miss D’Arcy L Cayton/D Ying/F De Paulo/D O’Neill 74 GCH CH Bookstor Inherit The Wind K Spey/E Reisman/B Reisman/H Spey Pointers (German Shorthaired) 1023 GCH CH Shortales N Cahoots W Irondale JH L Estes/T Stinchcombe 1008 GCH CH Kan-Point’s Leading The Chase R Stanley/L Stanley/L Coonrod 812 GCH CH Robin Crest Spectacular Bid JH J Hasart/R Remondi 611 GCH CH Robin Crest Great Expectations R Remondi/R Remondi 548 GCH CH Shomberg’s Perfect Timing J Tierney/A Tierney 330 GCH CH O’Charida’s Remember Fu Manchu JH R Bell/K Bell/P Cleary 300 GCH CH Fieldfines Back In Action JH D Simberlund/W Simberlund/D Simberlund 296 GCH CH Autumn’s Stardust And Roses J Stark/R Stark 281 GCH CH Bulkley Sharpmtn’s Blu Skyes MH L Spears/J Spears/G Hostetter 275 GCH CH Shade Mountain’s Twilight Dancer JH B Abraham/R Straight Pointers (German Wirehaired) 337 GCH CH Reece Afterhours The Buck Stops Here K Courtelis/M Johnson/A Johnson/C Whitmo 271 GCH CH Mt. View’s Ripsnortersilvercharm C Wisch/K Wisch 120 GCH CH K-S-Tzarr-Balkanoff Vom Sepp K Sunda/B Stroh 94 GCH CH Wireworks Tea Party For Two A Milowski/S Michael 91 GCH CH Afterhours Reece Have Gun Will Travel F Neuwirth/C Whitmore/A Johnson 91 GCH CH Aspendel’s Pale Rider JH B Watkins/R Perry/S Ferraro 89 GCH CH Drakkar’s Rlb Celtic Private Eye J Boyd/M Boyd/J Wilkinson 87 GCH CH Mountain View National Acclaim N Paduch/P Paduch/B Stroh 37 GCH CH Weidenhugel Abby V Jessie C Heiller/K Boyd 31 CH Heywire ‘N Highfield’s Hey Look Me Over P Kincaid/L Kincaid Retrievers (Chesapeake Bay) 536 GCH CH Chesabar’s Copper Reflection RN JH P Barber/R Barber/D Horowitz/M Horowitz 330 GCH CH Double Coat’s Christmas Joy C Lindstrom 265 GCH CH Mudcreek Red Moose THD D Lentz/L Lentz 248 GCH CH Quailridge’s Coupe De Ville D Cuevas/R Ostin 201 GCH CH Desert Winds Moroccan Sand L Schisler

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191 GCH CH Calico’s Colonial Rum Fire J Duwaldt-Coutu/M Coutu 151 GCH CH Quailridge’s Top Dee O Gee Maximilian C Macina/C Macina 127 GCH CH Chesacolahardwoodbaltimoreraven G Sheetz 121 GCH CH Double-R’s Eye Of The Hurricane K Fox/R Kirwan 110 GCH CH Sandbar’s Stock Exxchange D Baker/F Konrad/G Gearhart/A Gearhart Retrievers (Curly-Coated) 172 GCH CH Kurly Kreek Artic Express S Shifflett/M Shifflett 164 GCH CH Down Datrail Hunting Thrills CD S Macre/D Akins 96 GCH CH Clarion’s Blackberry Bramble J Gentry/P Gentry 72 GCH CH Walden Farm’s Zoot Suit Riot RN J Siebecker 44 GCH CH Boyerie’s Thomas Robert H Hames/J Hames/G Cooper/Y Cooper 32 GCH CH Gladrags Original Buttonfly R Cataldo/M McGroarty 26 GCH CH Pizzazz Trigger I Andre/S McDowell/C McDowell 23 CH Kyraco Kyrabean Pirate M Morel 21 CH Gorchest Sonic Boom L Walton 20 GCH CH Podunk’s Better Days Ahead CDX MH A Shull Retrievers (Flat-Coated) 586 GCH CH Fossilcreek Maple Suger Merlin B Flanagan/B O’Donnell 564 GCH CH Valhala Born On The 4th Of July J Pinto/M Doheny 449 GCH CH Blazin’s Joie De Vivre CD JH D Bierer/S Bierer 399 GCH CH Blacklace Magic Mocha Sapphire C Johnson/K Johnson 313 GCH CH Flatford’s Comic Relief MH M Farwell/M Farwell/t farwell/K Welke 248 GCH CH Stormwatch Thunderclapp Tegan JH K Leonhardt/P Stanley 186 GCH CH Glenwan’s Sidney On Lanier BN RN JH W Middlebrooks/C Pullian 181 GCH CH Beacon’s Jesse James II C Zelbst 162 GCH CH Beachcliff’s Hello Mr. Sam M Rendich/D Edwards/M Zimet 156 GCH CH MACH Shasta Brownstone CD RA JH J Brackney Retrievers (Golden) 3064 GCH CH Gemini Fallchase The Butler Did It J Herrera/Y Herrera/M Roxby/C Metcalf 2531 GCH CH Summits Emery Its In The Bag B Johnson 1896 GCH CH Gaia Of Yoshida Enterprise K Oshima/L Jordan-Fenner 1756 GCH CH Summits The Titanic P Sherry/R Sherry/B Johnson/B Bischoff 1332 GCH CH Scion Hott Pants RN K Whipple/J Andras/A Andras/L Chew 1172 GCH CH Numoon Yukon Anticipation J Devens/C Devens 1069 GCH CH My Buddy’s Boppity-Bop Blue Moon RN L Chew/J Andras/A Andras 964 GCH CH Gosling’s Reel Deal B Kohl-Laub 934 GCH CH Shadowland’s Paws For Applause At Tristar S Dominke/C Meddaugh/J Matney 870 GCH CH Summits Every Fashion Venture B Johnson/D Harper Retrievers (Labrador) 1726 GCH CH Danbridge Henry J M Meewes/K Meewes 1679 GCH CH Kaltrav Caribbean Cruise JH M Henricks/C Tripp/P Kroll 1509 GCH CH Robnie’s Net Asset R Shapiro/B Anthony 1369 GCH CH Tabatha’s Pristine C Heidl 1050 GCH CH Casbar’s Hart To Hart J Pinto/T Pinto 993 GCH CH Arlon’s Indy Anna Jones G Baba 647 GCH CH Belquest Deep Run Easy Peasy P Giroux/S Moses/J Moses 633 GCH CH Clearcreek Bonaventure Windjammer E Martin/T Shearer/G Shearer 575 GCH CH Thornwood’s Dressed To Thrill K Conway/C Conway 531 GCH CH Salty’s Surfer Girl Of Tampa Bay JH L Hess/S Meyer Retrievers (Nova Scotia Duck Tolling) 436 GCH CH Pikkinokka’s Lightning Bug S Einck-Paul/N Mages

329 GCH CH Javahill Surf N’ Aloha Sun A Pasko 185 GCH CH Lennoxlove Susqudilla’s Mini Cooper R Haskin/J Merred/P Campanella/M Waterst 141 GCH CH Honeyrun Simply Amazing D Gibbs/J Gibbs 139 GCH CH Littleriver’s Brynwood Celtie CD E Boryczka 126 GCH CH Kd’s Tens Are Wild CD J Knight/D Nichols 96 GCH CH Cyon’s Who’s On First At Broadway RA R Debruyne 85 GCH CH Quinncreek’s Boot Scoot’n Cruz’r D Gaddie/G Gaddie 78 GCH CH Littleriver’s Montana Cowboy T Krause 65 GCH CH Brandywine June Louie Blue CD BN RA J Shannon/P Kinsley Setters (English) 1019 GCH CH Oakley’s B’Dazzled D Jenseh/G Jensen/E Strickland/J Strickl 739 GCH CH Stargaze’R ‘N Wingfield Wait Wait Don’T D Coller/P Coller/E Hackett 625 GCH CH Wyndswept’s Encore R Mockoviak/S Mockoviak 487 GCH CH Colthouse’s Genuine Draft G Perry/A Carswell/A Laurier 267 GCH CH Editions Pursuit Of Happiness M Coldiron/L Kuhn 194 GCH CH Honeygait Wilsonlake On The Rocks M Raisor/A Duncan 162 GCH CH Cobblestone Summer Sunshine JH A Harlow/M Anderson 154 GCH CH Sevenoaks Footprints Onthemoon V Maynard/S Maynard 148 GCH CH Lochlomond’s Wrapped Up In You JH S Kuniansky/F Neal 142 GCH CH Set’R Ridge’s Desperado D Grant/P Reilly Setters (Gordon) 713 GCH CH Sastya’s Eleven Eleven W Leonard/M Leonard 234 GCH CH Bit O’ Gold&Firethorn Bachelorette P Nowak/K Nowak/M McLoughlin 195 GCH CH Glen Oaks River Breeze Shiraz M Wetzel/G Godding/M Devalt 194 GCH CH Birch Run Full Moon Fever JH S DePottey/T DePottey 183 GCH CH Sunrunners Veni Vidi Vici B Tompkinson/J Clark 181 GCH CH Windcrest Take It To The Limit D Sweeney/S Scovil/V Sweeney 130 GCH CH Sandpiper’s Castles In The Air D Grant/J Beattie/D Snyder/P Reilly 110 GCH CH Hollyhunt Take A Chance On Me M Hunsinger/C Hunsinger 107 GCH CH Schofield Headliner Hopi R Schmidt 99 GCH CH Hillock National Security J Abitz/S Piette Setters (Irish Red and White) 96 GCH CH O’Dobhailien Kyla JH C Orcutt/Z Orcutt 72 CH Aramis Farms High Road To Killary D Peterson/J Zawikowski 67 GCH CH Tymaran Masterful L DeRosa/S DeRosa 49 GCH CH MACH3 Affinity Day Tripper RN P Wallace-Jones/T Tennison 34 GCH CH Redbranch Radiant Sunset At Nyastar K Miller/J Holt/S Hazen 24 CH Rossmore Ruanard JH H Hazen/B Hazen 23 CH Corranroo Chaos J Flatt 22 CH Shireoak Spring Twister JH B Parsons/K Gaut 20 GCH CH Blue Chip Truly Wild W Bockman/E Bockman 19 CH Shireoak Caniscaeli Windsong G Harrison/L Harrison Setters (Irish) 1429 GCH CH Antares Amelia Earhart M Goeke/P Goeke 1060 GCH CH Windntide Mr. Sandman P Mcgarry/C Mcgarry/N Salmon 507 GCH CH Greengate The Boss At Beaubriar RN N Fiacco/R Fiacco/M DeChambeau/B Elliott 449 GCH CH Herihunda’s Table For One J Young/K Young 440 GCH CH Rosette’s No Stone Unturned D Carl 365 GCH CH Shadagee Red Delicious S Lemcke/D Burke/N Conner 323 GCH CH Shine-On Moon Over Briarglen B Burgraff/A Burgraff 295 GCH CH Militza’s Glamorous Attire M Foote/B Foote/J Fisher/K Wall/T McNeal

293 GCH CH Mi Jean’s Reason To Believe SH NA NAJ A Middleton/J Holmberg 288 GCH CH Kilbane Enchanted Forest M Hite/C Carelli Spaniels (American Water) 128 GCH CH Waterway Game Crk Hot Diggity L Hattrem/J Hattrem/J Rose/S Rose/P Boye 21 GCH CH Carolina’s Wild March Hare RE OA NAJ L Mccracken 18 CH Beavercreek’s Secret Celebration RN L McGrath/L Thorsness/H Pemble 16 GCH CH Nissop’s Joki Koira SH D Possin 14 GCH CH Waterway Game Crk Ralphie Boy-How D Hancock/L Hattrem/P Boyer 12 Kylends Bunchy Baker The Third JH A Prior 8 GCH CH Game CRK-Waterway Kylends Joyia CDX A Prior 6 CH Aspen Springs Northern Star RN D Parker/F Parker 6 CH Beavercreek’s Chance Of A Life Time L Thorsness 2 CH Ca- Beavercrk’s Best Kpt Secret RN L Thorsness Spaniels (Boykin) 89 GCH CH Sunseeker Pirate’s Code L Knudsen 30 GCH CH Thornhills Carolina Scribe Jake L Kern 27 GCH CH Texas Trace Kelley G Copeland 14 GCH CH Hollow Creek’s Jagger Meister G Copeland 13 GCH CH Pocotaligo’s Big Lick JH S Johnson/K Parkman 5 Dogwood’s Lilly J Smithey/P Knudsen 4 GCH CH Hollow Creek’s Kingfisher C Thomas/P Watts 3 Texas Trace China G Copeland/M Copeland 3 Pocotaligo’s Ritz Carlton SH S Johnson/K Parkman 3 Ceasars Creek Rising Star G Copeland Spaniels (Clumber) 291 GCH CH Clussexx Last Lion M Jacobs/J Donnelly Schoffstall 163 GCH CH Cajun’s A Change Is Gonna Come P Holman/M Cole/R Froman 96 GCH CH Nexus Dark Horse P McCune/T McCune 88 GCH CH Winmara’s Far Traveler R Bebeau/P Bebeau 87 GCH CH Clussexx Arrivederci D Johnson/J Haverick/J Hubbard 74 GCH CH Moonrysn Critter James Dean J Sutherland/J Friis/C Sutherland 59 GCH CH Nexus Total Eclipse S Miller/J Fankhauser/C Miller 45 GCH CH Whidbtrue’s Tullamore Dew H Lapole/M Wiltse/K Wiltse 43 GCH CH Clumon’s Where’s The Party? CD RA J Scott 41 GCH CH Casmir Guns N Red Roses V Lovins/M Gundlach Spaniels (Cocker) ASCOB 471 GCH CH HiTrails Clouds In My Eyes K Fairey 352 GCH CH Blondheim’s That Was Easy S Blondheim/B Blondheim 345 GCH CH Creekridge Eye Wanna Be A Rock Starr C Bredenbeck/F Bredenbeck 202 GCH CH B-Mac’s Matt Dillion M Lemm 190 GCH CH Nickleby’s Hero On The Hudson M Walker/J Eggers/S Kaul 164 GCH CH Laurent’s Pretty Portrait K Feller 160 GCH CH Mei-Hardt’s Shining Quasar J Meister/S McAlister 150 GCH CH Mardi Gras Strut The Stage R Logrie 146 GCH CH Rx Victorious Secret E Domondon 134 GCH CH Charlot N Che-Lee Shine At Showstars V Rosado Spaniels (Cocker) Black 952 GCH CH Casablanca’s Thrilling Seduction L Moore/B Van Deman/C Douglas/M Walker 435 GCH CH Lehi’s Crystal Ball At Bluriver H Armour/B Guyer/N Guyer 330 GCH CH Markann-N-Kk’s Charlotte’s Winning Web K Jeglum/K Kohlmeyer 295 GCH CH Brookwood Diamond In The Ruff B Warren


282 GCH CH Cutts Island Boston Bruin R Price/M Steffen 209 GCH CH K-J & Coldry Sherman Tank J Pruitt/K Pruitt/J Payne 172 GCH CH Apple Hill’s Baldwin P Emerick/E Emerick 145 GCH CH Sherlane Pick Up N’ Go S Luebker 115 GCH CH Avalonsfirst I Am The One B Santos/M Santos 109 GCH CH Royal Guardian’s That’s My Boy Kr Y Shin Spaniels (Cocker) Parti 334 GCH CH Windstar’s Remington Steele, Private Eye B Bunert 289 GCH CH Ka-Sa-Ra’s Positively Priceless K Korab/h hesskew 271 GCH CH Windsor 18k Rolls Royce J Bjelland/T Kelso 229 GCH CH Mystique N Dal-Mar’s Above The Law D Harrington/C Harrington/H Gordon/C Miu 222 GCH CH Conquest’s This Is It! M Torres-Young 191 GCH CH Pbj’s Keeper Of The Stars B Pruitt 174 GCH CH Seemarnan It’s Time To Party At Maroxys E Mulvey 170 GCH CH My-Ida-Ho N Jems Captain E Ross/S Gerling 133 GCH CH Dal-Mar N Mystiques Unchain My Heart D Harrington/G Gordon/D Comella 119 GCH CH Still-Pine’s Perfect Holiday B Brickett/E Brickett Spaniels (English Cocker) 661 GCH CH Sweet Apple Cameo N Sweet 596 GCH CH Edgewood Casino Celebrity K Florentine/L Cornelius/M Veras 430 GCH CH Nonnies No Doubt J Gerrish/V Umpleby 354 GCH CH Majestic’s Keeping The Drama S Johnson/K Belter/D Belter 285 GCH CH Bellflower Xli Mvp K Roth 257 GCH CH Newstead Echoes Of Love R Tingley/F Tingley 235 GCH CH Ivywood’s Some Like It Hot D Mauterer/K Griswa 234 GCH CH Lynann’s Ace To Keep L Gall/R Gall 200 GCH CH Barrister Hocus Pocus S Burch/S Rosenthal 175 GCH CH Beowulf’s King Charles 1st C Hedrick/G Hedrick Spaniels (English Springer) 2233 GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova C Florence/B Fink/E Kerfoot/K Goodhue-Mc 1884 GCH CH Cerise Tender is The Night D Cherry/C Blaine/F Sunseri 930 GCH CH Otein Cap’N Jack Sparrow G Ryser/R Nieto/J Ryser/L Nieto 713 GCH CH Cerise Signature Of Telltale CD RN D Cherry/R Fugit 699 GCH CH Darkover Don’T Dream It’s Over S Pelissero/C Pelissero/B Daniel 523 GCH CH Wil-Orion’s Twenty Twenty L Green/E Johnson/E Jesseman/J Johnson 285 GCH CH Caran’s Days Of Future Passed OA OAJ C Racey 170 GCH CH Cerise Hermes H Spector/K O’Connell/D Cherry 160 GCH CH Ocoee Dsqd With A Vengeance M King/K Lorentzen/B Breese/A Harry 157 GCH CH Segre’s Brown Derby BN RA NA NAJ D Larson Spaniels (Field) 216 GCH CH Killara’s Riders On The Storm G Elliott/K Balinski/T Mitchell 168 GCH CH Tamarack’s Race You To Calico S Thornhill/B Hirschy/S Snyder-Work 148 GCH CH Northaven’s Call Me Al S Stebbins 134 GCH CH Winfarthing Pride & Prejudice RN SH S Haskell/J Zachow/G Kofron 124 GCH CH Freedoms Playing With The Gang J Jernstrom/J Thibault 117 CH Marshfield’s Boys’ Night Out CD RA A Cohen 93 GCH CH Calico’s Guitars And Cadillacs SH J Amundsen/M Finnegan 77 GCH CH Promenade Perfect Alibi J Chopson/J Schildman 62 GCH CH Upland’s Rockets’ Red Glare B Spencer/L Blaser 56 GCH CH Winfarthing’s Spellbinder P Archer Spaniels (Irish Water) 171 GCH CH Poole’s Ide Got Water RN S Duncan/C McDaniel/C Shelby/G Siner 72 GCH CH Whistlestop’s Fire & Ice S Duncan/C McDaniel 45 GCH CH Chantico’s Spirit In The Surf CD RN JH K Kezer/J Kezer/M Garbarino 39 CH Ildanoch Dreamer J Lamp/D Hughes 37 CH Mallyree Here Comes The Son RN A Getchell/P Manus/P Getchell 36 GCH CH D’ Locks Look To Windward C Turner/N Turner

29 GCH CH Whistlestop’s Riley On Fire T Urban/B Urban/G Siner 23 CH Stanegate Slippery When Wet T Ufkes/H Gervais/D Locke 22 CH D’Locks Evenstar Of Beaufield B Kvarnlov/L Musgrave 19 CH Coomara’s Emerald Isle Warrior P Price/H Brunlees Spaniels (Sussex) 101 CH Hilands Happy Highwayman B Folsom/S Folsom/L Peterson 90 GCH CH Erinhill Cpnwy Mr Fuzzywrinkles C Curtis/C Holt-Grenier 76 GCH CH Seamist On A Windward Tack RN P Peterson/T Peterson/A McGloon/S McCull 61 GCH CH Remedi Maritime Criminalintent A Morris/K Booth 60 GCH CH Companionway Sutton Young Turk A Merriman/J Merriman 51 GCH CH Castle’s Theodore Roosevelt B Lester/D Slatton 44 GCH CH Taliesin Stone Soul Pinic L Shannon/M Lanham/S Owens 35 GCH CH Seamist Latitude At Warlord E Rebischke/F Rebischke 35 GCH CH Remedi’s Fastrax Heart O’Gold J Haenszel/C Drake 33 GCH CH Primetime Idols Hot Rocker S Ainscough/F Keck/K Cottingham/J Cottin Spaniels (Welsh Springer) 202 GCH CH Ivywild’s Lookin’ To Skeldale RN M Johnson 139 GCH CH Truepenny Oh The Places You’Ll Go H Rubin Cohen/F Cohen 137 GCH CH Clussexx Rolyarts Payola S Marx 136 GCH CH Clussexx Red Dragon J Haverick/B Dowd/K Holbrook/J Rifenberg 116 GCH CH Mystic Acres Reflections Of The Past K Vooris/E Vooris/D Simberlund 101 GCH CH Royaile Rocksprings Dafydd K Goodrich/N Carlton 97 GCH CH Statesman’s Kenducky Derby M Helms/P Gilson 83 GCH CH Rolyart’s Full Of Grace JH S Traylor/C Ford 80 GCH CH Saga’s Winsome Watson J Cooley 57 GCH CH Aurora Come Fly With Me R Kuhn Spinoni Italiani 125 GCH CH Klondike’s Frederico Ilario S Moen/C Sheridan 124 GCH CH Javal I’M Movin On To Hootwire BN RN D Perrott/S Knipe 118 GCH CH Darby Canyon Mick Jagger D Cannon/L Williams Stanton 71 GCH CH Bela’s Presto Change-O RN P Miller/L Miller/K Miller 67 CH Couchfields Perla Dolce D Lacroix/L Perham/P Perham 56 GCH CH Standfast Maverick Queen D Hodges/G Sponseller 43 GCH CH Couchfields Sheldon JH C Levine/D Forry/D Brooks/M Brustein 41 GCH CH Couchfield’s King Of Camelot J Spiars/S Conole 39 GCH CH Klondikes Orso Bianco Di Lara T Morgan/C Sheridan 38 CH Italix Massimiliano D Graff/D Graff Vizslas 1422 GCH CH Artisan Grouse Point Pink Panther JH C Miklos/S Lonabaugh/R Bernstein/J Toepk 1005 GCH CH Regal Point Pinnacle Of Kilauea JH D Verret/S Rushing/D Sullivan 670 GCH CH Jen’s Penny Matra Baci’s Boogie Fever M Stratford/N Guarascio/L Durham 594 GCH CH Artisan’s Vladimir The Imperial M Spoor/J Toepke 465 GCH CH Nyircsaszari Szilva Palinka JH S Kerr 461 GCH CH Kezdet’s Russet Leather River Whisper A Wanjon/B Wanjon/J Saddlemire/B Golob 400 GCH CH Suzu’s Hard Nut To Crack S Nakamura/C Rappaport 369 GCH CH Jaybren’s Irish Star J Brennan/J Brennan 346 GCH CH Annian’s Gone With The Wind JH V Mcarthur/C McArthur/S Towne 335 GCH CH Cinnabar’s Sasco Finale K Stookey/S Potocik Weimaraners 1716 GCH CH Silhouettes Lifeinthefastlane C Cassidy/B Cassidy 1350 GCH CH Northwoods Send Money Honey H Warren/T Palmer/P Warren 702 GCH CH Win’Weim’s It’s My Grey Goose D Massey/S Line 670 GCH CH Kolata’s Moving Violation JH R Hilgenbrink/D Hilgenbrink/C Grisell 410 GCH CH Rosewin Clasic Schwin Of Anson P Sage/A Sage/M Gearhart/W Gearhart 404 GCH CH Nani’s Crosswinds First Look D Beatty/C Grisell/A Stewart-Zimmerman 318 GCH CH Moonstone Earth’s Angel R Trifari/J Farley/B Cook 281 GCH CH Pikes Peak Rocky Mountain High L Novosad Dvm

168 GCH CH Rissana Hillwood’s Just Plain Perfect A Folz 166 GCH CH Sanbar’s Truth Or Consequences H Finnerty/L Brady Wirehaired Pointing Griffons 236 GCH CH Flatbrook Duet Hide And Seek SH K Rogney/G Rogney 140 GCH CH Fireside’s Spontaneous Combustion JH J Coughlin/A Kelly 139 GCH CH Bear Hug Fire In The Hole JH L Carroll/M Carroll 129 GCH CH Duchasseur Brisse Des Battures JH L Carroll/M Carroll 109 GCH CH Harmonys Eureka A Summerfelt/C Kushner 98 GCH CH Fireside’s Riding High SH S Martin/E Hunsicker 96 GCH CH Wyncliff’s Wanna Be Loved By U R Baggenstos/D Baggenstos/S Biles/E Bile 68 GCH CH Fireside’s Rio Grande JH E Hunsicker 61 GCH CH Snowybrooks Pr Fivefournine B Keller/A Keller 58 GCH CH Snowybrooks Pr Pointing Boy Floyd R Rodriguez/B Keller/V Rodriguez/A Kelle

Hound Group Afghan Hounds 1346 GCH CH Thaon’s Mowgli J Hafford/J Blanchard/A Sterner/D Rogers 710 GCH CH Mahali Arriva Meadowlark D Cooley/J Prosapio/S Neill/C O’Connor/L 650 GCH CH Thaon’s Wallstreet J Hafford/J Blanchard/D Rogers/J Rogers 471 GCH CH Mahali Arriva Sandpiper J Baukus/D Cooley 465 GCH CH Xenos Jimlet W Slowe 449 GCH CH Suncrest Sharp Dressed Man J Hastings/A Hastings 320 GCH CH Pizzazzz Debonair JC J Messersmith/K Wagner 300 GCH CH Polo’s The Aviator L Amadeo 285 GCH CH Lafara’s King Of Hearts O Kalani JC R Brown/B Benson 283 GCH CH Stormhill’s Sweet Dreams Of Raffica G Games/S Games/S Frei/T Vanderezee American English Coonhounds 51 GCH CH Alexanders Color Me Bad Ginn A Alexander 18 CH Color Me Bad Double Stuff Oreo A Alexander 6 CH Moonlight’s Most Wanted J Spieth/S Spieth 5 Milarken’s Rockin’ Jack Flash P Jessup/J Jessup 3 Kentucky Mtn. Cinderella Girl P Jessup American Foxhounds 93 GCH CH Kiarry’s Foolish Pride J Fitzpatrick/J Fitzpatrick/M Echols/L M 89 GCH CH Kelly Mt. American Idol J Rea 32 GCH CH Kelly Mt. Diamonds Are Forever N Jacoby 21 GCH CH Kiarry’s Walk This Way W Sommerfelt/C Sommerfelt 20 CH Polk’s Brazos Beauty C Petrich/N Polk 15 GCH CH Kiarry’s Walkin On Sunshine H Miller/L Miller 12 CH Kiarry’s Back In The Saddle D Planche/H Miller/L Miller 12 CH Brazos Remmington C Petrick 6 GCH CH Devlon’s Fame And Fortune K Kendall/D Leonard/K Leonard 6 Brazos Tillicum C Petrick Basenjis 839 GCH CH Signet Meisterhaus Gossip Girl E Johnson/B Cassell/A Brooks/S Middlebro 292 GCH CH Jasiri-Sukari Bucking The Trind J Jones/K Jones 219 GCH DC Bantu’s Playing Rochambeau SC J Miller/S Miller 214 GCH CH Ahmahr Nahr’s Ryder Of The Voodoo R Walley/A Busha 188 GCH CH ‘Tis-A Arubmec’s Circle Of Life J Hughes/P Cembura/F Hughes 178 GCH CH Undercover Meisterhaus Hi Ho Quianna G Whitehurst/A Brooks/J Harrison/W Poole 169 GCH CH Meisterhaus Dazzle ‘N’ Daze A Brooks/J Hurt 150 GCH CH Taji’s Klassic Lil Black Dress SC K Campbell 150 GCH CH Reveille Push Button D Bolte’ 140 GCH CH Karnak’s Pure And Simple Allure K Terry/K Hutchison Basset Hounds 824 GCH CH Fort Merrill Topsfield Yahoo C Orlandi/J Urban/A Costilla/C Steidel 810 GCH CH Splash’s The Professor J Nolan/B Nolan/J Nolan/S Ponsart

420 GCH CH Blossomhil’s Hello Dolly S Shor 301 GCH CH Morningwood Luciano D Keene/B Keene/M Lieberman 276 GCH CH Barnyard 3 Oaks Spark Of Hope C Lane/V McMackin/C Kremenek/P Harder 235 GCH CH Craigwood Ol’ South’s U Can’T Touch This R Opeka/K Hutchinson/K Joiner 217 GCH CH Barnyard Legends Of The Fall P Harder/B Mercer/S Smyth/M Harder 206 GCH CH Foxglen Special Forces S Deans/B Deans 142 GCH CH Birnam’s Sweet Tea N Wiginton/M Wiginton 113 GCH CH Beauchasseur Hewgo Boss C Orlandi/C Steidel/S Mutch Beagles (13 in. and under) 269 GCH CH Irish Coffey Shadows On The Shannon P Coffey/B Coffey 230 GCH CH Lomapoint Huckleberry C Long 187 GCH CH Werff’s Apple Of My Eye A VanderWerff 184 GCH CH Barrister’s Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best B Manifold/S Robblee 164 GCH CH Barrister’s Match Point B Manifold/B Tague 151 GCH CH Skyline’s Dream Big K Courtelis/K Forbes/C Conger/J Forbes 141 GCH CH Danter’s Itty Bitty Trouble T Papagni-Carter/D Carter 112 GCH CH Encore’s Rerun Of Roirdan C Kaplan/C Herr/T Nesmith/E Dziuk 94 GCH CH Lanbur Angel Wears Prada K Lockwood/J Woodring 70 GCH CH Del Rey Little Miss Sure Shot J Catz/E Brandt Beagles (over 13 in.) 603 GCH CH Langrigg Star Ofth Stage T Steele/E Dziuk 571 GCH CH Belcanto Flags A’Flyin R Willett 409 GCH CH Lochnaw Something Good E Blankenship 304 GCH CH Cabaret Come Chase The Dream T Olson/J Simpson/C Stone/P Ivett 175 GCH CH Shoreviews The Blues Brothers B Tague/S Swanson 171 GCH CH Torquay Midnight Confession M Chagas/M Botelho/A Botelho 148 GCH CH Shadynook Mcdreamy At Rk Tooker B Kidwell/R Kidwell/C Mcelroy 144 GCH CH Barrister’s Manhattan Melodrama B Manifold 133 GCH CH Barrister’s Eclat De La Foudre G Lloyd 126 GCH CH Foxtail’s Master Of The Sea M Kurtzner/S Berndt-Smith/D Smith Black and Tan Coonhounds 290 GCH CH Windbourne Every Hand’s A Winner A Mitchell 123 GCH CH Silver Ridge Showtyme At Windbourne S Campbell/L Schermerhorn/S Skinner/T Sk 78 GCH CH Desert Bills, Sing It To Me Baby D Smith/S Cafferty 52 GCH CH Jazzman Comebacker Z Bolin 37 GCH CH Windbourne Carolina Hurricanes CD K Settle 35 CH Rockytop Practical Magic CD E Atchley/K McClellan 31 GCH CH CSG Clover Creek Big Daddy CD RE K Winn/J Carr 31 GCH CH Southwind’s Walking In Memphis R Reynolds/S Lowthian 31 GCH CH Foxfire Fashionista R Urban 29 GCH CH Thunderfoot’s Bayaway Jackson D Rezendes Bloodhounds 307 GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss And Tell S LaCroix/H Whitcomb 188 GCH CH Legend’s Nutrageous Hamlet M Zitek/S Anderson/C Thomas 186 GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Windfall K Hansen/M Hansen/S Hamil/L Burch 112 GCH CH Soonipi Friends In Low Places Mlh K Dewey/S Katos 98 GCH CH Orion’s Timeless Legend Of Diesel D Johnson/S Anderson 85 GCH CH Heathers A Little Night Music E Befus 79 GCH CH Flessner’s International Harvester B Flessner/C Flessner 78 GCH CH Flessner’s Aces N Eights D Ozee/C Ozee 69 GCH CH Stakes Are High At The Magpie D Brown/C Kaminski 65 GCH CH Sherick M&M’s Priceless Memories BN RN C Page/M Nye/M Nye Bluetick Coonhounds 66 GCH CH CGCH So. Flame Blame It On The Rain C Grooms/G Black 39 CH Charwin Fairmont Sweet Society Blue Snuff C Woods/T Kastner 31 GCH CH Live Oaks My Name Is Mike S Lloyd 20 CH Black Knights Balu Power D Crump/A Heiser/A Alexander CoNtiNueD oN page 154

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HeelwoRk To MusiC

A Busy Discover Dogs by Richard Curtis

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or the last few years I have been lucky enough to be invited to perform various demonstrations at Discover Dogs in London. This is an event run by the Kennel Club where members of the public can meet many breeds of dog. As well as the breed booths there are various rings demonstrating the sports that you can do with your dog. It is in these rings that I perform various training demonstrations and routines to showcase the sport of heelwork to music and canine freestyle. The first day dawned bright and sunny, which is always nice when you have to make the short walk from the car park to the venue. As usual I was based at the Good Citizens Training ring where I would be doing some of the displays. I always take my dogs’ cages with me so that when they are on their benches they have somewhere to rest away from the public. Normally the cages are enough to keep the dogs away from harm but this year I did have two instances where children ran up and started to unzip the cages or in one case poke their finger through the cage which the connected with my dog’s head. Luckily my dogs are used to a lot of attention from the work that they do during the year but it still amazes me how the parents do not seem to have any control of their children. Most of my dogs know the drill when it comes to events like Crufts and Discover Dogs so they get into the cages and settle down. This year of course I had young Tikka, who is only seven months, so I was unsure how she would take to the busy atmosphere. I always try and get a new dog into the halls early before the public arrives so that they can gradually get used to the noise. Tikka did not seem at

all fazed by the noise, etc. and I was delighted with the way she just settled down and went to sleep in her cage. During the weekend I used her in some of the demonstrations to show how I use play to start off the dogs training and she did very well, focusing on me the whole time. During the rest of the weekend I did little bits of attention work and play with her near our bench where she coped very well with the amount of people walking around. My first displays on the Saturday were in the training ring. The pre beginners stakes semi final takes place early in the morning in this ring and they never quite know how long it will take so I am always kept on standby to fill any gap between it finishing and the prize giving. The beauty of the demos I do is that I can do anything from a few minutes to a twenty minute slot so ideal for this type of situation. As it turned out it was only about ten minutes that was needed on the Saturday so I took Whizzy in for this training display. As I was planning to perform a routine with Whizzy in the main ring on the Sunday this first display with her allowed me to practise a few of the moves she would be using. After this first training display Whizzy received a lot of attention from the audience but they were all asking the same question, what breed is she? Due to her shaggy dog look many people think she is a Labradoodle or Goldendoodle so I started to feel I needed a t shirt saying she is neither of these and in fact is just a crossbreed with no fancy name. The rest of the day was spent doing other displays with my dogs, which were all well received and many people came up afterwards to find out more

left: Young Tikka practising in with the distractions of Discover dogs around her. Above: it was most important Tikka enjoyed the atmosphere so lots of play to build confidence 54 Dog News

information. After a good night’s rest the dogs were raring to go on the Sunday morning. In fact they might have been a little too eager to get going as young Tikka decided to do a little van remodelling for me while I went to breakfast. Normally the dogs get a good amount of exercise during the day when we are at home so a road walk first thing perhaps didn’t take enough out of Tikka. The dogs have a cage system built into the van using the sides of the van as part of the cages. Tikka managed to get into the van’s wiring system at the back, which could have resulted in no indicators at the rear but luckily after a quick repair it was all working, don’t you just love having a puppy! My first job to do on Sunday when I got into Earl’s Court was to make my way to the main ring for my first training display. I opted to use three dogs in this first demo which allowed me show the progression, of a HTM/freestyle dog. Starting with Tikka I showed some play training I do with the dogs and then moved onto Betty. Of course little Betty was in top form playing to the crowd with her usual high energy attitude. Lastly I used Pogo to show some of more advanced techniques in a routine such as teaching the dog to perform a move on a body movement so that you don’t have to give a vocal command. Later in the afternoon I made my way back to the main ring as I had been asked to perform a routine. Having been lucky enough to get first and second place at the Crufts freestyle finals earlier in the year I had a deliberation about which dog to use. I opted to use Whizzy as her routine is fun and of course with her flowing hair she is very watchable. I had not performed the whole routine since the finals at Crufts so I had been running through it in my head for the last few days. The routine went quite well although a couple of places the audience clapped so much it made Whizzy think she had finished but managed to keep it going until the end. Throughout the weekend it was lovely to meet lots of people who it seems regularly attend Discover Dogs in order to watch the freestyle. I tend to forget that I have been doing displays at Discover Dogs for a number of years and one lady said she had watched me every year since I did my Thriller routine with Jazz, which was many moons ago. So after the last display on the Sunday it was all over for another year. I don’t know whether or not the attendance was up on previous years but it certainly felt very busy all weekend. If you have any questions regarding HTM or freestyle please email me via thedognews@aol.com.


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MOVING WITH THE CHANGING DOG WORLD

All In The Family

In facing today’s dog world challenges, breeders must plan their work and work their plan. By Charles C. roBey

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ave you ever asked yourself why some dog breeders seemingly get ahead in the dog world and everything they touch turns to the proverbial gold, while you are still struggling to move off the first round of the ladder of success? Well, if you haven’t come to grips with this question, you probably will in the not too distant future. That is, if you haven’t already made it to the top and are looking back. Obviously, the dog industry has changed in the last few years. What worked in times past apparently no longer works. Currently, there are in the neighborhood of fifty million dogs in the United States, very few of which are registered with anyone. So, why are established professional breeders having such a difficult time, in what appears to be an open market? And, what is involved, within the changing times of the dog world? First, let us look at a few obstacles facing breeders in today’s world. The changing dog world- Dog ownership psychology has certainly changed. The average dog owner could care less if their dog is purebred or registered, as they don’t intend on breeding, showing, or competing the dog. And, if the individual uses the dog for hunting or working purposes, they are mostly concerned if the dog performs the assigned task. You must change this general attitude by showing the benefits of registering dogs. Coping with Dog Laws- Contributing to the trend not to register dogs comes the continued passage of unrealistic local and state laws and regulations. Most of these new regulations are ill thought out and seem to require more time and money, than do some legal restrictions on us humans. There’s strength in numbers. Form your own personal lobbying group and educate the governing powers on dog sense. Unprincipled breeders and registries - The less strict alternate dog registries have now grown to be an intricate part of the breeding industry, as breeders have now realized they can 58 Dog News

register dogs with these registries and still get a premium price for their puppies. This attitude must change. Be active and do your part in promoting the benefits of your true dog registry over the make shift registries. Believe me, you will be asked to compare registry differences as the people shop around and compare advertised dogs to the registries and price. Stand up and take advantage of the opportunity. Rising activist groups- Now, more than ever before, we have a growing number of “so-called” non-profit special interest activist groups, which push the adoption of shelter dogs over the purebred registry dogs. These groups seem to spend more time promoting their fund-raising activities than most renown breeders and dog registries do promoting proper dog care. There will always be a certain need for unwanted dogs. This is where your true dog rescue groups come into play. The priority should be dog care over fund raising. Technology Advances- Furthermore, we now have an added choice of contention, the Internet, You can find any number of dog industry selfhelps, including online dog registrations, online dog shows, online governmental dog licensing, or even an online virtual pet. The Internet can be a very useful educational tool or reference point. Nonetheless, a more personal approach to your dog business is recommended. Yes, the odds seems to be stacked against the professional breeder. Consequently, breeders must plan their work and work their plan, in reevaluating the dog operation. With which program will breeders specialize? Will it be breeding pet dogs, breeding show quality dogs, or working and hunting dogs? Like any other business, one must concentrate and specialize on a particular product or dog category based on the demographic marketing concerns. So, please realize the dog market is much like any other business, whether you are a seasoned dog person or a beginning rookie. Whichever dog market you choose, you must go all out to prove that you have a first class dog operation. Regardless of the changing times, people still don’t mind paying for a quality product. In other words, people want what they pay for. And, believe me, word will certainly get around, be it positive or negative.

Tips to ponder, in turning your breeding operation around. • Don’t take on the responsibility of turning your dog operation around, unless you feel you can. Survey the territory. How substantial is your dog market, now and in the future? What are the needs of your dog market? How competitive is your particular breed or breeds? And, do you need to change your operation philosophy? • Find your most critical audience and challenge it first. Is it a hostile registry? Is it a competitive breeder ? Or, may it be a local dog activist group? Size up your problems as fast as possible. Do some modest surveying. Talk to other dog friendly groups, such as vets, animal control officers, and animal friendly news outlets. • Write down your short-term strategy and review it often. The plan can be short and simple. Research the market by researching the community dog needs, reviewing the classified dog want ads and talking with other dog professionals. Then upgrade your facility accordingly. • Develop your bag of tricks through experience and use anything that worked for you in the past. Just don’t re-invent the wheel. What’s worked for you in the past is sure to work again. • You must be the head cheerleader for your operation. Always be ready to answer all questions. No matter how bad things seem to be, never let your customers see you upset. In other words, “never let them see you sweat”. You should love the word fun and douse your conversations with it, by associating fun with dogs. Remember, enthusiasm is contagious. • And, most importantly, it’s time to organize and work together. Know your breeder friends. For these breeders, with whom you can trust, can surely help. You just can’t have too many dog friends in these troubled times. Join a good prestigious dog registry. Become active in a good kennel club. And, take part in your community dog publicity functions, as doing so makes for good free advertisement. There you have it. Just a few easy steps for turning your dog operation around in this troubled business (dog) environment. So, put on your “thinking cap”. All the suggestions may not apply to your operation. Just pick and choose, as you wish. Now it’s up to you. Go for it.


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Why We Need Left Brain Breeders Our brains are specialists. The right half of our brains is the artistic, holistic, integrative half. The left side of our brain is the analytical, logical, detail oriented half. Artists predominately use the right side of the brains. Writers mainly use the left side of their brains. Some folks are fortunate enough to use a fair amount of both sides of their brains. I wasn’t. By Patricia Gail Burnham

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am entirely left brained, which is good since writing is a left brain talent. The photographer for Playtraining Your Dog was an entirely right brained artist. The man could paint and draw amazingly well. I have no artistic talent at all. The funny thing is that I envied his effortless artistic talent, while he didn’t value it and wanted to write. He wasn’t good at writing then and still isn’t. There is a saying that you can tell what God wanted you to do by the talents he gave you. God plainly wanted him to be an artist and for me to be a writer. I compensated for my lack of artistic talent by analyzing his photography techniques and adopting them. Photography is a fairly mechanical art form. Paying attention to the details can produce good pictures even for the artistically handicapped left brained person. What does that have to do with dog breeding? There are two basic types of dog breeders. I used to think of them as designer breeders and preservationist breeders and I didn’t understand why there were two different types. But the answer is that the designer

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breeders are right brained while the preservationist breeders are most often left brained. Designer (right brained) breeders want to create a dog that is different than the dogs they started with. They have an ideal that they are breeding to. And they and the judges who reward their dogs are responsible for the drift of breed type that takes place when exaggeration is rewarded. It makes me cringe when I read about a judge saying that a dog is “dripping with breed type.” That to me is synonymous with exaggerated. Breed type consists of the physical attributes that enable us to identify a dog as of a specific breed. How much breed type is enough? I have never seen a dog of my breed so lacking in type that I didn’t recognize it as a member of its breed. And I can recognize most of the AKC breeds. The only problems are the new breeds where I sometimes can’t match the types with the names of their breeds. Rare breed shows are good places to encounter this situation. Designer breeders start with a breed and then change it, sometimes a little, and sometimes a lot. They tend to breed fairly often because they hope that every breeding will bring them closer to their goal. Col. Richardson, who recreated Irish Wolfhounds, actually had a taxidermist make up a model of the dog he was breeding towards so that he could show other folks what his goal was.

Preservationist (mostly left brained) breeders love the breed that they started with and want to preserve it pretty much as it was when they first fell in love with it. They breed less frequently because they don’t want to get too far from their foundation. If their foundation dog is prepotent then their job is easy. Prepotent dogs have a large number of dominant genes. If they are homozygous for a large number of dominant genes then they are even more prepotent. When they are bred they reproduce their own type. They stamp their puppies in their image. If the foundation dog is not prepotent then you need the analytical abilities of a left brained breeder to recreate it. It is not a very complicated analysis. If a dog is the opposite of prepotent it has a large number of recessive genes that are passed along to its offspring but that don’t influence the puppies’ appearance. If we are talking about a stud dog here, then the puppies will resemble their dams. In my breed the bitches are often better than their brothers. One longtime breeder said that she wished that she could breed bitches to other bitches and bypass the male dogs entirely. Most of the quality was in bitches. So in this breed you really want a male that gives back the dam’s CoNtiNueD oN page 182


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Canines Cash in BY SHARON PFLAUMER

when the u.s. economy suffered its worst decline since the great depression at the end of 2007, many corporate ceos saw red—as in red ink on their company balance sheet. there were some noteworthy exceptions, however. for example, Petsmart®’s “bottom line”, or annual Net income, remained in the black every year since then and despite fears of a double-dip recession.

Part of the family Although owners have more limited resources during tough economic times, they continued to spend money on their dogs and other pets at superstores like the above and other outlets because they view their animals as indispensable members of the family. The results of the 2011-2012 Survey of Pet Owners conducted by the American Pet Products Association (APPA™) document the economic love affair between people and their pets. Founded in 1958, APPA is a not-for-profit trade association made up of over 1,000 pet product manufacturers, their representatives, importers and livestock suppliers. Its biennial survey of 2,739 pet owners is the industry’s most comprehensive consumer research study of the demographics, buying habits and other traits of owners of dogs, cats, fish, birds, reptiles, small animals and equines. The APPA survey reports on spending in the pet industry for food; supplies and equipment; over-the-counter medications; veterinary care; live animal purchases; and other services such as grooming, boarding and pet sitting. Pet iNdustry treNds The survey shows that pet related expenditures grew by 6.2 percent from $45.53 billion in 2009 to a little over $48 billion in 2010. Because the pet industry exceeded 2010 forecasts despite the bad economy, APPA projects continued growth of 5.1 percent in 2011 with spending to exceed a record breaking $50 billion. Consistent with the above, the majority of pet owners surveyed reported that their decision to own a pet wasn’t affected by tough economic times. In fact, between 2 and 5 percent of pet owners reported spending more money on their pet than they had in previous years. “The increase in pet spending is a direct reflection of our strong feelings for and connection to our pets,” APPA President Bob Vetere said. “They are an important part of our families.” The actual number of households owning any type of pet also increased to an all time high in the last 20 years, and those owning multiple pets contributed to an overall increase in total pet ownership. In 1988, the first year the survey was conducted, 56 percent of U.S. households owned a pet as compared to 62 percent in 2008, with the latter equating to an all time high of 72.9 million. caNiNes cash iN While the above speaks to pet industry trends in general, canines appear to be big winners in terms of dollars spent on them in particular. The U.S. now has a record number of dog owners. The survey found that the

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total number of dog-owning households in the U.S. increased by 1.5 percent to 46.3 million households in 2010 from 45.6 million in 2008. In addition, the percentage of households owning multiple dogs is the highest number reported in more than a decade at 40 percent. Number of dogs owNed In the U.S., the number of dogs owned increased to 78.2 million from 77.5 million due to the increased number of households owning two or more dogs. Of U.S. households, 39 percent owned at least one dog. And, of dog owners, 60 percent owned one, 28 percent owned two, and 12 percent owned three or more. sex of dogs aNd their size The proportion of male to female dogs owned was almost evenly divided at 62 to 61 percent respectively according to the survey, which included responses from 544 dog owners. There were more households with small dogs in 2010 than in 2008—47 percent increased from 44 percent. That’s consistent with the increase in small dog ownership and the concurrent decrease in medium dog ownership. Of other owners, 26 percent described their dog’s size as medium, and 47 percent described their dog’s size as large. (The survey defined small dogs as those weighing less than 25-lbs., medium dogs as those weighing between 25- and 40-lbs., and large dogs as those weighing more than 40-lbs.) In 2010, 53 percent of male dogs were large, 47 percent were small and 26 percent were medium. The ownership of female dogs by size differed only slightly with more than 53 percent classified as small, 47 percent as large and 29 percent as medium. Note: In instances where survey respondents were asked questions where multiple answers could be provided as was the case regarding the size of dogs owned and in some of the material that follows, percentages may exceed 100. sources The sources from which dogs were obtained remained relatively unchanged for the most part as indicated by the results of this and previous surveys. The percentage purchased from a breeder in both 2010 and 1998 remained the same at 26 percent. The percentage adopted from an animal shelter was 21 percent in 2010 and 18 percent in 1998. The percentage adopted from a friend or relative was 32 CoNtiNueD oN page 186


A Gala Conclusion To A Centenary Celebration

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Story and photos by Karl Donvil ermany, France, Holland, Austria and Belgium were the founding countries of the FCI and 100 years later these countries had something to celebrate. Germany had its Dortmund Bundessieger Show combined with a FCI Centenary Sieger show, France was granted the honor to organize the World Show, Holland the European Show, and Austria will organize the World Show in 2012. In order to find out who would become the Ultimate FCI Centenary Champion of Champions, Belgium was asked to organize this very special show that was organized only twice before, once in Basel Switzerland and once in Slovakia. The famous “Victor� trophy was to win in the 3 colors. This massive statue is really something to cherish as the design is comparable to the Hollywood Oscars. Organizing the Champion of Champions Show was a real challenge and a prestigious honor. As the FCI is seated in Belgium they could of course count on the expertise and help of the people of the Royal Society Saint Hubertus and their partner Royal Canin. The show was to take place at the Heizel palaces that where large enough to hold the event. It is close to the airport, lots of parking around and in the heart of Europe with easy access via the European Highways. Dogs winning BOB of BOS on one of the above-mentioned shows and on last Brussels Dog Show in December 2010 and who were granted the CACIB, or 68 Dog News

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dogs who became International Champion, could enter for this show. The FCI hoped that it would become a big success but I know that FCI President, Mr. M端ller, was not 100% assured it would be. This first big challenge for the organizers would be the registration of the entries via internet. As at Westminster, there was only a limited number of entries allowed, 150 per FCI group. This was for practical reasons with regard to the judging of each group, but it was a little unfair to group I (Shepherd group) and II (Guardian Dogs) as they far outnumber Group IV (Dachshunds) and Group X (Sighthounds) in number of different breeds. Anyway the registrations were open from 5 September (the day after the European Show in Leeuwarden) and it worked perfectly. The registrations came in very smoothly and I heard no complains afterwards. On September 30, the day entries were closed, no less than 893 entries were counted. Mr. M端ller was very pleased and called it a real success. Now it was to hope that all the rest would turn out well. Except for Group II in all other groups the limit was not reached. But when I have a look in the catalog and count the dogs in Group II, I saw that there were 156 entries and CoNtiNueD oN page 190

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THE GREENLAND DOG

Rare Breeds OF THE WORLD by Agnes Buchwald

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reenland? How is it possible to name a glaciercovered island a green

land? The history offers only a Norse legend written around the 12th century saying that the Viking chieftain Eric the Red* explored the southeast and southwest coasts of Greenland in A.D. 983-986 and intelligently gave the country its name believing that people would be more likely to go there if it had an appealing name. Scientists say that Greenland was warmer in the tenth century than it is now. There were many islands with birds at its western coast, the

sea was excellent for fishing; and the coast of the land had many fjords where anchorage was good. At the head of the fjords were enormous meadows full of grass, willows, and wild berries. Thus seemingly Greenland at the time deserved its name. This is the largest island in the world lying mostly within the Arctic Circle off the NE coast of North America. First settled by Icelanders in 986; was resettled by Danes from 1721 onwards. Today the island is an integral part of Denmark and obtained its internal autonomy in 1979. Since then Greenland has moved towards independence based on parliamentary democracy. Earlier the indigenous population, the Inuit, called their country “Inuit Nunaat”, meaning country of human beings. The island is mostly covered by an icecap up to 3300 m (11.000 ft.) thick, with several ice-free coastal strips and mountains. The local population of 57,600 (July 2009 est.) is largely Eskimo, with European minority. The total area is 2,166,086 sq km, which is slightly more than three times the size of Texas. The Danish name of the country is Grønland, the Greenlandic name is Kalaallit, the capital city is Nuuk. Chief of State: Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, represented by High Commissioner Søren Hald Møller. The waters surrounding the North Pole are mostly covered with solid ice or with

ice floes and icebergs. The Atlantic Ocean - the 2nd largest ocean - separates North and South America on the West from Europe and Africa on the east. Thule, a town in northwestern Greenland, became better known during World War II as a United States’ naval base. As today Thule Air Base is the U.S. Armed Forces’ northernmost installation, located 750 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Thule’s arctic environment offers some of the most spectacular scenery found anywhere in the world, including majestic icebergs in the North Star Bay, the massive polar ice cap and Wolstenholme Fjord--the only place on earth where three active glaciers join together. Thule Air Base is home to the 21st Space Wing’s global network of sensors providing missile warning, space surveillance and space control to North American Aerospace Defense Command and Air Force Space Command. The base hosts the 12th Space Warning Squadron, which operates a Ballistic Missile Early Warning System designed to detect and track ICBMs (InterContinental Ballistic Missiles) launched against North America. Thule also hosts the 23rd Space Operations Squadron, which is part of the 50th Space Wing’s global satellite control network. In addition, our modern airfield boasts a 10,000-foot runway and more than 3,000 U.S. and international flights per year. Finally, Thule is home to the northernmost deep water port in the world...(http://www.peterson.af.mil/ units/821stairbase/index.asp). Greenlanders are pacific people, and show great openness to visitors. CoNtiNueD oN page 200

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BCA National Specialty Week November 21-26, 2011 Vienna, VA

Bulldogs By Elizabeth Hugo Milam • photos by David Sombach

Thanksgiving time for many Bulldoggers means National Time and this year’s event in the Nation’s Capitol was highly anticipated. The Show Committee, headed up by BCA President Robert Rodenski and Robin Stowell, did a fabulous job organizing and hosting this grand show. BCA National Week rotates throughout the 8 Divisions annually, with this year hosted by Division 7 and the Capitol Bulldog Club. We were also blessed with nearly perfect late Autumn weather. The venue was the beautiful Sheraton Premier at Tysons Corner, Virginia, perfect location for pre-Christmas shopping! 76 Dog News


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his has become a truly international show with Bulldoggers and their dogs arriving from Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, Central and South America. Sunday before the shows is the time when arriving Bulldoggers greet old friends and begin making new ones. The Welcoming Committee was on hand, distributing beautiful tote bags provided by our sponsor Purina, and featuring this year’s fabulous logo created by legendary Bulldog artist Betty Davey. The theme of the week was “Bulldogs Forever’, a premise that we all take quite seriously. This year’s National Show Committee Honoree was Carolyn Ragan of North Carolina. Carolyn could not attend the show but promised she would be watching with her beloved “zoo” at home. Official National Week begins activities early on Monday morning. Starting off with Obedience and Rally, we were fortunate to welcome Debra Barrows of Annondale, VA as our judge. These classes are a spectator favorite, with more and more Bulldog fanciers getting involved with performance events. High in Trial, with a score of 70, was GCh. Dog Gone’s Angel in Disguise (Rachel Garde, owner) from the Novice “B” class. Rally classes came next and from the Rally Advanced “B” class High Scoring dog, with a score of 97, was Wright’s Jazzy Gisele of Lakhota (Patricia Wright, owner). BCA National Sweepstakes began Monday at Noon. With our eyes to the future of the breed, we all eagerly await this event. Judges this year were Sam Stedding, a well known and long time Bulldogger from Florida doing bitches, and Dan Saxton, another Bulldogger with a resume spanning over 20 years, doing bitches and intersex. Mr. Stedding sent 4 lovely girls to Mr. Saxton’s ring and after thoughtful consideration, Mr. Saxton chose B-Loved Nothing But Net as his Best in Sweepstakes. This impressive 9-12 Month dog is breeder-owner-handled by Betsy Love. Best of Opposite was awarded CoNtiNueD oN page 202

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THE SEALs’ DOG When the United States Navy Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU,) more widely known by its former name, SEAL Team 6, embarked on “Operation Neptune Spear” which resulted in the death of the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist, Osama bin Laden, one of the first to hit the ground at bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan had four feet, not two.

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ater, when the commanderin-chief went to Fort Campbell in Kentucky to congratulate the team, only one of the team’s 81 members was publicly identified and that was “Cairo,” the Belgian Malinois whose mission was to prevent bin Laden’s escape from his compound in the event he managed to elude the SEALs tasked with actually killing or capturing the terrorist. Why would the SEALs choose to use Malinois as their breed-ofchoice instead of the arch-typical wardog, the German Shepherd? Simply because the smaller, lighter, more compact Malinois is a better fit for the tandem parachute jumping or rappelling operations often undertaken by the SEALs. They are the perfect size to be picked up by their handlers but they are also big and strong enough to attack the enemy. In addition, like most herding breeds, they are easily trained, hard working and absolutely devoted to their owners or in the case of military dogs, their handlers. As highly trained, skilled and motivated as their human special operations counterparts, the dogs play an important role in many of the DEVGRU’s “black ops,” which often exist outside military protocol as they engage in operations that are at the highest level of classification and sometimes outside the boundaries of international law. With the skills and training aptitude necessary to become a successful SEAL partner it is no wonder that the Malinois does well in most performance activities. “They are extremely smart and quick to learn,” said Constance Johnson, who owns Ch Carousel’s Wild Adventure U-CD UD RN MX MXJ NF CGC (“Seeker”), who is getting close to a MACH and a

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With the skills and training aptitude necessary to become a successful SEAL partner it is no wonder that the Malinois does well in most performance activities. Ch. Carousel’s Wild Adventure U-CD UD RN MX MXJ NF CGC (“Seeker”), Constance Johnson’s Malinois, is getting close to a MACH and is also working on an OTCH. 20-month-old Ch Carousel’s Five Easy Pieces RN CGC (“Jack.”) “However, I would caution everyone that a bored Malinois is not fun to live with so I guess being as active as possible in as many sports as possible keeps everyone happy. If you are willing to put in the time, wait for the dog to mature and not be a boring trainer there are few obstacles to success with these guys in just about anything you want to try.” “Malinois are an intelligent, versatile breed,” said Suzanne Belger, who owns Ch Bull Mtns Celestial Wishes UD RE MX XF HSAs STDs CGC ROM (“Celeste.”) “Their intelligence

and sheer joy in working makes them the complete dog. They have the energy and drive to work and they will work as long as you ask them to do so even if they are tired.” One of the major obstacles to success with this breed seems to be that they frequently “get it” in many of the dog sports well before their owners. “Herding was really difficult for me,” said Barb Benner, who owns or owned “Lexy” (Am/ Can OTCH UOCH MACH3 ADCH ATCH SPNATCH Veteran NATCH Noblesse Exuberant Explorer UDX3 RN TDX Can TD MADC FDX HIC CGC), “Heidi” (UOCH MACH NATCH Windrushs Spokane Heidi UD TDX Can CDX MAD FDX CGC), “Twistee” (Ch OTCH UOCH MACH8 NATCH4 Versatility NATCH2 ATCH Avonlea Love ‘Em N Weave ‘Em UDX3 RAE TDX AXP AJP MXF TQX OFP Can CDX MAD GM JM RM FDCH CGC) and “Zenith” (Ch UUD ATCH Carousel’s Pole Star UDX RA OM2 TDX MX MXJ MXF CGC). “I never felt like the dog and I had a good working relationship in herding and that was because I didn’t and still don’t have a CoNtiNueD oN page 208

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GCH. CADBRAE THIS IS IT

Sire: Ch. Cadbrae Finest Hour

Dam: The Best In Show Ch. Phillmar Monster Piece

Top Twenty Contender Our thanks to Judge Mrs. Donna Buxton for acknowledging this lovely bitch’s Quality and Movement. We would also like to thank Judges Mr. W. Everett Dean, Jr., Mrs. Ruth Zimmerman, Mr. Steven D. Gladstone, Mr. Lee Brown, Mr. Charles Olvis, Mrs. Judith Brown, Mrs. Catherine Bell, Mrs. Cindy Meyer, Mr. Brian Meyer, and Mrs. Houston Clark. Owners Karen Cloud Terry Simrell Dan Galligan Handler Jinny Rojas Breeders Karen Cloud Cheryl Green

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JEFF KOONS

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H & HAPPINESS By Nick Waters

Born in Pennsylvania in 1955, Jeff Koons studied painting in Chicago and Maryland. As a teenager he revered Salvador Dali to the extent that he visited him at the St. Regis Hotel in New York City.

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oday Koons is one of America’s leading contemporary artists. Critics though appear sharply divided in their views, some view his work as pioneering and of major art-historical importance, others dismiss it as kitsch. Certainly his work, such as giant living installation and balloon animals, is original and unique and has the movers and shakers in the contemporary art world clambering for it. Christie’s, London in their Post-War and Contemporary Art sale on the 30th June 2008 achieved a world record auction price for a work by a living artist when they sold his twelve feet tall high chromium stainless steel with transparent colour coating ‘Balloon Flower (Magenta)’ for £12,921,250. Standing some forty-three feet tall – or rather sitting – and made from stainless steel, soil, geotextile fabric, an internal irrigation system and over 17,000 flowering plants, Jeff Koons topiary sculpture/installation of a Westie puppy has to be the largest piece of West Highland White Terrier artwork that is ever likely to be created. It was commissioned in 1992 for an art exhibition in Bad Arolsen, Germany. Following the exhibition it was dismantled and taken to the Museum of Contemporary

Art on the Harbour in Sydney for exhibition there between 1995-1996. In 1997 it was purchased by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation and taken to Bilbao in Spain as a permanent installation outside the Guggenheim Museum. In 2000 it was again on its travels, this time to New York for a temporary exhibition at the Rockefeller Center. Nowadays its place is permanently back in Bilbao at the front of the Guggenheim, where it acts as a ‘guard dog’ to the museum. Before its dedication at the museum in Bilbao, three members of the Basque Separatist Movement, ETA, disguised as gardeners, attempted to plant explosive-filled flowerpots near the installation but were foiled by a Basque police officer who then was shot dead by one of the ETA members. Industrialist, businessman, entrepreneur, media mogul and major art collector, Peter Brant, has an exact Jeff Koons duplicate of the Bilbao installation in the grounds of his estate in Connecticut. Continuing the flower theme, in 1998 an edition of 3000 glazed porcelain puppy vases was released to the same design as the installation, a great opportunity for Westie lovers and admirers of Koons’ work. Standing some seventeen inches high, each vase was signed and numbered by the artist and came in a box simply labelled ‘Jeff Koons Puppy’. Koons described his puppy vase as “a symbol of love, warmth and happiness.” They do appear on the market from time to time and as recently as April Sotheby’s sold one for $17,000. In their Modern and Contemporary Fine and Decorative Arts sale on December 3rd, Stair Auctioneers and Appraisers of Hudson, New York offered number 122 of the edition and it sold for a much more affordable $5,500.

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n email recently arrived in my inbox alerting that “all Dobermans, Rottweilers, Chow Chows, German Shepherds, Great Danes, Pitbulls, Mastiffs (all bully breeds), Akita and Huskies” were to be banned in Fayetteville, North Carolina and that Cumberland County Animal Control was going to put down many of these breeds – some instantly and others within 72 hours. The email stated, “These dogs will be held for the mandatory 72 hours and then will be killed, they are not going to be given a chance to be adopted. If the dog is an owner turn in then it will be killed the second it walks into the back. Cumberland county’s reason for this is not wanting to be held liable for these breeds and the possible bite from them to the public after adopted from the shelter.” Anyone else who received the email probably reacted the same way. (Wtf?) Turns out, however, the story wasn’t true. It reminded me of a quote years ago attributed to Bob Huggins, then the head basketball coach at the University of Cincinnati, “There’s a lot of misinformed people out there and unfortunately a lot of them carry a pen.” (As an interesting aside: shortly after making the remarks about reporting misinformation, it was revealed that Coach Bob Huggins’s U of Cincinnati basketball team hadn’t graduated a player in over a decade.) An updated version of Huggins’s sentiment would include a laptop, a smart phone, an Ipad or a tablet along with a pen. But there are lessons to be learned from the mass hysteria caused by that email blast: You can’t believe everything you read; as useful as the Internet can be in disseminating information, it can also spread rumors and untruths at warp speed; sometimes ‘crying wolf’ brings initial, desired results but may also have dire future consequences; and the AKC’s Government Relations Department is doing a remarkable job. Imagine the amount of email it must wade through to decipher the truth and lend a hand and guidance where it’s truly needed and warranted. Not an easy task in this day and age. As Sheila Goffe, Director of AKC’s Government Relations Department said of the Fayetteville, NC email, “You wouldn’t believe the amount of time we’ve had to spend addressing this rumor over the last few days.” The time, effort and manpower required to dispel the rumor could’ve been directed towards other, more pressing needs. Extreme reactions to such an email, which purportedly threatened the right to own and breed dogs responsibly, are certainly understandable. But what must also be understood is what constitutes being a responsible dog owner. That includes doing due diligence not to spread rumors. The same way prospective dog own-

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By Shaun Coen ers are encouraged to do their homework and research a particular breed to see if it fits into a family’s lifestyle before making a lifelong commitment to purchase a dog, dog owners must due their homework and examine prospective legislation before contacting constituents and representatives. Proponents of the dog must be properly prepared and informed in order to perform responsibly, especially if they intend on advocating on behalf of dogs and dog owners to their elected officials. The hysteria surrounding the inciting email probably accounted for the fact that approximately 100 people turned up at the Cumberland County Animal Control Board’s meeting on December 5th to oppose such a breed ban. But at the meeting, the Director of the CCACB pledged to not pursue breed specific limitations and instead proposed a new, amended recommendation to improve “checks on the suitability of people who want to adopt bully breeds.” According to Sheila Goffe, the CCACB plans “to work with other communities and rescue groups to determine how best to move forward with this plan.” Had anyone bothered to contact the AKC’s GR Department prior to hitting the forward button and sending the rumor on to everyone on their contact lists, they would’ve received word that “…there is no breed ban going into effect on December 5.” Turns out, the rumor grew out of a misunderstanding from a local Animal Control Board’s meeting on October 3, when a recommendation was made but not voted on to limit the adoption of Rottweilers, Am Staffs, “Pit Bulls”, Chows, Presa Canarios and “any mix of these breeds”. While efforts to head off such discriminating legislation are understandable and appreciated, efforts must also be made to proceed cautiously to ensure that the information being disseminated is correct. All sources must be considered and vetted before judgment can be made and action undertaken. Anyone with concerns about a prospective piece of canine legislation is urged to contact the AKC’s GR Dept. at doglaw@ akc.org to get the most reliable, up-to-date information. It takes a committed, dedicated, collective and responsible effort to fight potentially damaging and unfair legislation on every level. As we head into the holidays, it’s become increasingly clear that matters of canine legislation will not necessarily be taking a holiday. Some unfortunate news out of West Virginia this week: the Mer-

cer County Commission is considering a proposal that would impose mandatory spay/neuter and breeder licensing requirements on county residents in order to address animal population concerns. All dog owners were urged to attend a meeting on December 13, at which public testimony was to be taken. With all of the holiday obligations one must attend during the season, it’s hoped that dog owners in Mercer County found the time to attend, stand up and be counted — and heard. At least dog owners, breeders and fanciers get a chance to end the show year on an up note as the AKC celebrates all that is right in the world of purebred dog shows with its National Championship event in Orlando, which promises to have the largest entry of all shows and events for the year. It’s an appropriate time to take stock of the year gone by and how to progress into the New Year and beyond. On the canine legislation front, 2011 was certainly a trying year, and an indication that dog owners will have to dig in their heels to continue to fight unfair and unnecessary legislation that threatens our rights to own and breed dogs responsibly. Overall, 2011 was a remarkably successful year in that regard, and the wins keep piling up. Indeed, this could be an historic week in the state of Ohio. Public testimony was heard last week on House Bill 14, which would remove the breed-specific language that has been in statute for over 20 years. A third hearing was scheduled for this Tuesday, Dec. 13th, and it was believed a vote may have been taken (we’re awaiting confirmation at press time). The bill also modifies the state’s dangerous dog laws by clarifying the difference between dangerous and vicious dogs, and seeks to add a classification for “nuisance dog.” Current law defines a “vicious dog” in part as any dog that “belongs to a breed that is commonly known as a pit bull dog”. House Bill 14 would finally remove this language and restore the rights of responsible dog owners and innocent dogs in Ohio. Here’s hoping that all responsible owners and breeders turned out and made their voices heard and opinions known on this matter. The dogs of Ohio and their respective owners and breeders couldn’t ask for a better Christmas present. Best wishes for a Happy, Healthy Holiday Season, a Merry Christmas, and a Safe and Winning New Year.


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GETTING OUR MESSAGE TO THE PUBLIC, THE “BIG CITY” PROBLEM...

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aving just returned from the mighty Eastern Dog Show Weekend, a former Boston fixture and once a highlight of the dog show circuit, which is now held in Providence, Rhode Island, I could not help but think of shows such as Philadelphia, Beverly Hills and the Maryland Kennel Clubs, all of which have fallen subject to the fate on one scale or another of the expense and encroachments of today’s big City shows on dog show venues. (Notice I do not include Westchester in this group since its status while similar to the problems faced by the other three shows is clearly distinguishable, to my mind anyways, from the other three shows geographically and emotionally). All three of the shows I have lumped as one were forced to leave downtown locations, which at the height of the success and acceptance of the dog show event and AKC registration craze in America had enormous gates and support from both the general public and the dog show going community. As populations shifted within these communities to suburbia and the values of the show goers shifted from emphasizing the importance of a win at a particular show under a respected judge to “a any win at any cost mentality” entries both shifted and began to decline. Other factors obviously come into play including what was a scarcity of adequate venues (which may not play the same factor as it did say 10 years ago), shifts in populations from the cities to the suburbs which is somewhat in a reversal phase today and the desire of participants to stay at less expensive lodging and eating facilities than are available in those downtown locations. So far New York--both Westminster at the Garden and now Meet the Breeds at Javits Center (although the longevity for this event is yet to be established)— has seemingly been immune from what has happened in similar cities. As of course has both Chicago’s International and the Detroit Kennel Clubs annual gigantic affairs been successful. I mean years ago bragging rights to having been awarded Winners Dog at Philadelphia were as critical to the dog show participant as a Best in say Podunk! The judges were usually of the highest caliber, the exhibits conditioned to perfection, the spectator attendance was overwhelming and the atmosphere tingled with excitement. With all due respect to the shows held in Fort Washington or Providence this year the same could hardly be said on virtually any level. Then how come one must ask can you account for the successes of New York, Detroit and Chicago? Well New York has the advantage of the continuing tradition of the Garden, which hopefully will continue after the newly constructed MSG is tested out in early February as well as having AKC located in NYC for MtB (Meet the Breeds). Encouraged no doubt by the fascination of the huge populace to both the dog and the cat. Chicago and Detroit are basic privately owned shows, which have as its incentive not only a desire to promote the dog but a need to make money for the differently but still private owners. Good old capitalism comes into play, which is perhaps the missing ingredient for the three other

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mentioned shows. Certainly there is no doubt in my mind that Eastern MUST return to Boston as should Philadelphia return to downtown Philly but how and where are always the questions raised. Getting our message across to the general public is one of the biggest problems the AKC faces. Particularly is this true in light of the celebrity oriented PETA organization, which is said to pay large amounts to celebrities to endorse its movement. Of course with the latest publicity received by Alec Baldwin and his history of bad pr I’m not too sure why organizations such as Capital One Bank and Credit Card Services or even PETA seek him out as they do. Nonetheless this is a tact AKC could pursue and has attempted to do but refuses to spend the money it takes to get these kinds of people to act as endorsers. There goes that $50 million reserve fund again--does no go to horde money if the organization is on a downward pr acceptance basis with a questionable future in store for it --save yourself now--while you still can is my thinking! And another way to help save AKC is by stopping this proliferation of holding shows from all over different geographic areas in the same venue. Eastern States in Springfield is the major example although now in Northern California a similar fate seems to have become de rigueur in Dixon as well. And do not get me wrong-of course I realize the problem of lack of venues in many areas due to expansion of the ‘burbs and expenses and the like. But for AKC it is a matter of existence and without shows being held in ALL geographic areas the problem of finding sites almost becomes secondary. What we must do is to stop the public from being lured away from the breeder and to attend shows in their local communities. It is time to counter this nonsense that a shelter dog makes a better companion than a purebred. When was the last time you saw an advert on tv or in the newspapers suggesting what the advantages are of buying AKC registered dogs as opposed to shelter animals much less a dog from one of those paper registries? I understand the appeal of “saving a life”when you buy a shelter dog, but is this kind of dog necessarily better emotionally adjusted than is one from a breeder? Usually not the case at all, which is a legitimate argument to counter the in vogue shelter appeal.

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ell this is the last column of the year and I am sorry to end it on a negative note. What is not such a note however is the end of the year shows, which look to have great appeal and entries this year. The National in Orlando of course is bigger than ever, which size will hopefully equate with quality as well whilst Long Beach, Cleveland and the East Coast shows all sound promising entry ways as well. Good luck in Orlando or wherever you may be exhibiting this week. Have a Happy Holiday Season, a Merry Christmas and even healthier New Year in 2012. See you around come the first of the year for sure.


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n the beautiful setting of hunt country, with a rainbow emerging over the lush green rolling landscape, the 11th National Specialty of the English Foxhound Club of America kicked off the Hunt Country Cluster at Historic Long Branch Farm in Millwood, VA on Thursday, September 29, 2011. This bucolic setting is such a fitting venue for these handsome hounds and was enhanced by a fox or two seen peeking out at the event from a nearby den. This year, the Specialty of 36 hounds in competition included 3 Veterans and a Specials Class of 4 dogs and 4 bitches, an Obedience entry, and 2 Junior entries. Although small in comparison with most other Specialties, the English Foxhound exhibitors really know how to make the most of their Special Day. The activities began with a Blessing of the Hounds by Dr. Rodica Stoicoiu followed with a Stirrup Cup, the celebratory glass of port served prior to a traditional foxhunt. A delightfully presented table of breakfast ham-biscuits with coffee and Danish helped get the enthusiastic group in a festive mood. Although the weather was overcast and chilly, it did nothing to dampen attitudes as competition began with CH Sunup’s Tea For Two entertaining all with her obedience antics. Handler Bonnie Ryan thought they had it made until ‘Crumpet’ got bored and started rolling around during her long downstay...and, with just 24 seconds to go, she rose and CoNtiNueD oN page 210

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Judges’ Choice

The Italian Spinone

Reprinted with permission from The Kennel Gazette

We asked a number of Championship Show judges to select their three greatest Italian Spinones of all time. The dogs could be from the past or the present and from anywhere in the world. We have asked our judges to avoid choosing dogs with which they have been closely associated. However, they can make reference to them if they are significant.

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Mrs. Claus shares. “OBE – OBE – OBE (out of body, crisis-mode) take the damn holiday-gun and shoot my sorry ass,” I think to myself. “Two last questions, Mr. Faulkner.” “A…. huh… oh… what?” I mumble. “First – do you allow handler changes and how would you like your Best of Breed class to enter the ring?” she asks. “Yes, as long as I have not examined the dog, I allow handler changes. Please let them come and do not stop to ask me, if I have not examined the dog. Let them come in the ring and quietly make the change. For the Breed class, I would like Dogs first and then Bitches to follow. Non-regular class winners will be next and then last, Winners Dog and Winners Bitch. Will that be all?” I ask. “No, I forgot, what would you like to drink?” Mrs. Claus inquires At this point Bourbon Brandy Eggnog ,with a twist of mistletoe, I think while saying, “Water and Diet Coke is all I will need.” I turn toward “The Table.” I pause for a moment or two to fully savor and appreciate the subtle details of the 4ft x 2.5ft flat space, supported by four collapsible legs. Mrs. Claus, in her unique style, arranged the following: • Red and green plaid table cover • Two foot tall lighted Christmas tree in the far left corner of the table with little presents and puppies underneath. • Rubbermaid container with lid, directly in front of tree, holding dog show essentials. • Wooden sleigh to the right of tree, filled with assorted candy. • Large roll of Bounty paper towels to the right of the sleigh. • Bag filled with rubber bands and show catalog to the right of the sleigh. • Stuffed Christmas tree, stuffed candy cane, stuffed ornament, stuffed red / green dog bone next to and to the right of the box of essentials and above the long fabric sleeve holding show ribbons. • Judge Faulkner’s personal workspace, measuring eight 102 Dog News

inches by maybe six inches in the front left hand corner, in front of the essentials box and next to the sleeve holding show ribbons. “Excuse Mr. Faulkner.”… “Yes, Mrs. Claus.”… “Don’t forget your Select Dog and Select Bitch, and we have three Judge’s Awards of Merit. Also, you will be thrilled to know, I made special awards for them, too.” “Oh boy, yippee,” I mumble. The National Anthem finishes, signaling the start of judging, and I pray “O Christmas Tree” does not follow. With a sigh of relief, the first class of three puppies enters the ring. Looking up from the table and before examining the first class, I notice a well-known breederhandler of a certain breed, that I will be evaluating later in the day, smiling and winking at me from the other side of “THE TABLE”. I am immediately thankful for the protective barrier “THE TABLE” provides and turn to begin judging the first class. I efficiently proceed and the class is a “no-brainer.” “Christmas Tree, Candy Cane, Ornament – Thank you very much. Next class please.” The Nine to Twelve Month Puppy Dog class lines up. I linger at “THE TABLE” for a few extra seconds, while the eight puppies get organized. Amazed by the intricate details of the wooden sleigh, I notice Mrs. Claus has filled it with my favorite candies: Tootsie Rolls, Root Beer Barrels and Cinnamon Drops. “Damn it! I am trying to lose weight and the sleigh is over half filled with Tootsie Rolls. How did Mrs. Claus know, that as a child my Great Grandfather, along with my childhood dog, Tinker Bell Beagle, delivered me and picked me up from grade school with his pockets filled with the gooey, chewy, chocolate goodness. Popping one in my mouth, I turn and walk to the center of the ring to review the class. Eighteen minutes later--Christmas tree one, Candy Cane two, Ornament three, and Red / Green Dog Bone four. Back to “THE TABLE”, feeling the need for a beverage, I look under the red and green

plaid cloth and find a red Mini-Kooler. Pushing the round button on the side, releasing the top, I slide the lid back and inventory the contents. Three Diet Cokes and three spring waters. “Well, how in the hell did Mrs. Claus know I only drink Diet Coke and water while judging? The host club did not ask me my beverage choices on the hospitality letter.” “Here ya go – let me help you,” Mrs. Claus says, taking the Diet Coke from Beverage-Central underneath “THE TABLE” and skillfully folds, then wraps two sheets of Bounty Paper Towels (poinsettia print) around the can, and secures with two rubber bands collected from the upper right hand side of “THE TABLE”. Two dogs await my attention in the ring. I thoughtfully go over each of the exhibits, take them around the ring one at a time---Christmas tree one, Candy Cane two. The Bred-By Dog Class of five parades into the ring moving to the far side and free-stacks. I take a quick glance from “THE TABLE” turn back, pop another Tootsie Roll and flip open the plastic lid to the essentials box. Perfect--- my beloved hand sanitizer, chewing gum, Rolaids, travel sewing kit, Band-Aids, antiseptic wash, extra pens, Tic-Tacs, tissues and a small tube of thirty-block sunscreen. Grinning from ear to ear, I look up inspecting the intensity of the fluorescent lights, snap open the top, lift and squeeze sanitizer onto my left palm. Rubbing vigorously, before I approach the Bred By Dog Class waiting in the ring. Little Tommy (LT), a polite young man who started showing the breed when he was barely old enough to walk, confidently moves his exhibit around the ring while the others follow. Skillfully LT gaits his handsome dog to the corner and back on the diagonal. Before I can say, “Take your dog over in the corner and relax,” LT’s dog squats, arches his back and expels waste for all to see. Mrs. Claus, not missing a holiday beat, comes to the rescue with the Poinsettia Print Bounty, saving the day. With a few mists from the disinfectant spray, Mrs. Claus cleans the spot and returns to “THE TABLE” with LT’s holiday-wrapped turds in Poinsettia Print Bounty ready for deposit in the waste bag, attached to the side of the ring. The fifth dog in the class is shown by an elderly woman, with an apparent bad knee (EWBK). I wince watching EWBK bend over, lifting her dog onto the examination table. Her sweet, gentle smile makes me want to just point and say, “Christmas tree.” However, even though I admit to being a sucker for little old ladies, not CoNtiNueD oN page 106


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to mention throwing in the bad knee, I refrain from making a total fool of myself as EWBK’s dog is not all that special. “It is my hope for this holiday season to keep her in the ribbons,” I silently think. I watch in slow motion as she takes twice as much time to stack her dog on the table. First, the front left (my-side) leg, then the right. EWBK gently slides her left hand down her dog’s neck. Using her right hand, she removes a comb from her jacket pocket and brushes a few hairs on the left side of the body. Normally, I become very agitated during slow, everyday dog show rituals. However, EWBK’s attention to detail and her overall pride in stacking her dog puts me in a joyful trance. The metallic Greyhound comb slides back into her pocket, left hand reaches around and places the left hock, then the right. EWBK shifts her body to the left. She looks to make sure the hindquarters are underneath her dog and square. Back to the front of her dog, EWBK slides her left hand across the back-skull of her dog and down both ears, neatly tucking stray hairs back in place. At this point, I marvel as EWBK collects the leather beaded-leash in her hands and begins a back and forth motion, gathering the extra length of leash neatly in the palm of her right hand. Already four minutes into the process, I proceed forward. EWBK supports the head of her dog with her right hand and lifts the tail (straight off the back I might add) and for my visual pleasure, she throws in a warm smile, topped with “A very good morning to you.” EWBK says in a soft, elegant voice. I begin to melt, I am in love with this elderly lady and I have yet to examine her dog. “Good Morning,” I repeat while taking the head of the dog in both my hands. I examine the bite and expression then slide my left hand down the back-skull and across the dog’s left ear. Using slight tension on the lead, EWBK holds the lead from on top with her right hand. I take both my right and left hands to evaluate the neck and shoulder. I reach the withers, a drop of red liquid falls from the sky and lands on the top of my left hand…then another. “OMG. It’s droplets of red blood and I’m pretty sure it has nothing to do with Mrs. Claus’s Christmas themed 106 Dog News

event.” Red blood gathers profusely around EWBK’s right thumb, dripping onto the dogs back, the examination table and my hands. I remain calm. “Excuse me – Mam, I think you are bleeding from your thumb.” (What do you mean ---“I think”--of course she is bleeding, you silly fool). “Oh dear, oh dear me – I am so sorry, he can get rather greedy with the liver. I had no idea,” EWBK pleads. “Mrs. Claus, quick can you help please?” Mrs. Claus, in holiday rescue mode, runs forward, retreats to “THE TABLE”, and returns with poinsettia print Bounty towels, antiseptic wash and Band-Aids. Efficiently and gently, I inspect Mrs. Claus as she cleans EWBK’s bleeding cuticle, placing a Band–Aid firmly around it to stop the bleeding (Oh, and yes---if you are wondering---the Band–Aid is adorned with a holiday design). Satisfied with our collective EMT response, Mrs. Claus returns to “THE TABLE”, I continue judging and finish the class, awarding EWBK’s entry a Red / Green Dog Bone and LT’s, the coveted Christmas Tree. As a result of EWBK’s medical emergency, I clip through the Open dog class of nine in record time, gaining back the lost minutes, putting me back on schedule. “Thank you very much.” Christmas tree, Candy Cane, Ornament and Red / Green Dog Bone. Mrs. Claus follows behind, handing out her stuffed creations. Mrs. Claus reaches under “THE TABLE” and pulls out a large, quilted crate pad and a decorated hand towel. I assume them to be for Winners Dog and Reserve Winners Dog. I am right. “I used the silhouette of my retired champion for the dog – what do you think?” asks Mrs. Claus. “Well, lovely outline and I think it’s very creative how you designed a red dog, a green dog and a plaid dog – they are simply beautiful,” I respond, thankful that I will not be transporting one home for the holidays. Five dogs compete for Winners Dog. Individually, they enter the ring as I double-check armband numbers. Mrs. Claus graciously takes my judge’s book and pen back to “THE

TABLE.” I ask each dog to gate around the ring and stop on the far side of the ring, next to “THE TABLE.” The Six-to-Nine Puppy Dog is the last to move and in true merry action, jumps the strips of Duck tape used to secure the gray matting. I walk over to LT, the Winner of the Bred by Class. “Young Man, you will be my Winner and please stay in the ring until I finish,” I direct. Mrs. Claus hands LT the ornate, Christmas crate pad. Candy Cane from the Bred By Class returns to the ring, taking the entire class around. Reserve Winner is awarded to the Merry Six-to-Nine Class Puppy. With their respective ribbons and leashes in one hand, and their custom Mrs. Claus fabric creations in the other, the two handlers happily gait around the ring to applause. Walking back to “THE TABLE,” I take a requested ten-minute break before the bitch classes. I choose to put my man-bag on the floor, underneath “THE TABLE” and sit. Mrs. Claus continues to greet each exhibitor with smiles and candy, while sorting the various class armband numbers. I unwrap another Tootsie Roll, place it in my mouth, and toss several more in my jacket pocket. I sit mesmerized by the efforts of Mrs. Claus. I look across “THE TABLE” with my left arm leaning next to the Christmas tree. Not just a piece of furniture with a flat top and four legs – “THE TABLE” is a beverage center, storage unit, pharmacy, hospitality room, office, candy store, cleaning station, display case and more. Transfixed by “THE TABLE’S” creative power, I do not notice Mrs. Claus standing in front of me holding a red paper bag with green tissue paper pouring from the top. “Mr. Faulkner ---before I forget--I would like you to have this in appreciation for judging our Specialty.” Oh – no! Not wanting to spoil this magical moment, I pray she did not stitch me something I will be forced to travel with and regift. Pulling the green tissue from the top of the bag, I reach in with my right hand and pull out the cutest damn red holiday cooking apron I have ever seen. “Did you make this?” I ask. “Of course I did,” Mrs. Claus responds---all rosy cheeked and smiling. “I love it! How did you know I like to cook?” I exclaim. Mrs. Claus leans closer, I give her a warm hug and she whispers in my ear, “My husband told me.” Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to All (especially the Sam Houston McDonald Family)!


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New Scientific Observations The situation is far more complex than was previously understood. All short-nosed breeds have one and the same genetic alteration (****) as the basic cause for the characteristic type of flat face. The alteration is defined as a genetic defect from the veterinary medical perspective, rather than merely a phenotypic (physical) characteristic since it is obviously linked to severe health problems due to disturbances in normal respiratory and thermoregulatory physiology –the brachycephalic syndrome. The considerable deleterious influence of the extensive airway malformations on gas exchange has not been fully appreciated earlier when the attention was mainly focusing the anatomic effects on the nostrils and soft palate. The recent work has thus further elucidated the negative effects on the basic function of breathing, i.e. the uptake of oxygen and the elimination of carbon dioxide by the restricting anatomical changes of the airways. Particularly important discoveries are the findings of the essential function of the nose for the thermoregulation in dogs and how this throws light on the reason for the well known deficiency in this function amongst the brachycephalic dogs. The extensively folded mucous membrane located in the front part of the dog’s muzzle constitutes the main heat regulating mechanism in the dog. This membrane is as large as the external body surface in the long nosed dog and the blood circulation of it is in direct contact with the blood vessels of the brain, and in this way regulates the temperature of the brain. The shortened nose (muzzle) of the brachycephalic breeds drastically diminishes the mucous membrane necessary for the thermoregulation. It was formerly considered that the ventilation caused by the mouth breathing was the dog’s main mechanism for this important regulation. 110 Dog News

Newer research findings have shown that the air flow through the nose is very pronounced even when the dog is mouth-breathing (panting) due to increased temperature. The length of the nose is thus crucial for an adequate adjustment of the body temperature. This has not been fully understood previously and this function is of course seriously affected in shortnosed animals. (The importance of the airflow through the nose is easily shown in that a panting dog is absolutely not willing to accept covering of the nostrils!) Since short-nosed dogs are deprived of an efficient thermoregulation mechanism, they are all more sensitive to elevated ambient temperature and are therefore more easily overheated. They show a profoundly prolonged recovery time after overheating – in spite of attempts to lower the temperature by external application of cool water, etc. The olfactory function of the nose (the sense of smell) is not interfered with to nearly the same degree in the short-nosed dog since the important area for this sense is situated further back in the nasal cavity and is not so dependent on the length of the muzzle. It is important to understand that the genetics behind the brachycephalic syndrome is complex and the basic gene alteration in brachycephalic breeds is probably operating together with several other modifying genes. This is the likely explanations for the great variability of the malformations in different parts of the air passages seen across the various brachycephalic breeds and individuals. It therefore may, theoretically, be possible to retain desired external, breed-typical characteristics (the flat face) without complete expression of the internal airway malformations of the syndrome. However, the knowledge about the genetics determining the variations (exterior and interior) is still not complete. Professor Oechtinger’s investigations are based on dogs with severe clinical symptoms and he also describes possible surgical procedures. Surgery can correct some of the airway malformations but cannot, of course, reverse the defective thermoregulation due to the underdeveloped muzzle.

Our Responsibility Breeders, the breed standards and show judges have contributed to the creation and preservation of the brachycephalic head type in dogs, and thus mutually share the responsibility for the unintentional development of the brachycephalic syndrome with its health consequences. The breeders, the standards and the judges then also have the responsibility and potential to address and improve the situation. It is of utmost importance for the existence and the preservation of the brachycephalic breeds that the goals of the breeding are focused on selections to reduce the risks of the brachycephalic syndrome and thus aim at repairing what is the unwanted result of breeding practices. It is the responsibility and the duty of the show judge to exercise his/her influence on breeding practices by primarily only rewarding dogs showing a combination of excellent type and absence of impaired breathing and, if evident, adequate thermoregulation. As mentioned above, improvement should be possible based on the underlying complex genetics, at least considering a given breed population. Although changes of phenotype may take time, a commitment to the potentials of the genetic complexity is essential for show judges to exert their possibility to assist breeders to promote the development of healthier dogs. Judges must be able to identify the signs of respiratory distress and discomfort associated with the brachycephalic syndrome. The question to be raised in the ring is “How does this dog cope with its breed type legacy?” An updated approach by show judges is of course only beneficial if the breeders have a similar knowledge of and respect for the existence of a detrimental brachycephalic syndrome. (*) BSI Special Breed Instruction regarding exaggerations in pedigree dogs. The Swedish Kennel Club 2010; www.skk.se (**)Bodegård G: Special Breed Specific Instructions (BSI) regarding exaggerations in pedigree dogs A health protective project from the Swedish Kennel Club FCI News letter N:O 1 2011 (***) ref: Oechtering G. Brachycephalic syndrome; new information on an old congenital disease;Veterinary Focus//Vol 20 No 2//2010 (***)Bannasch D, Young A, Myers J, Truvé K, Dickinson P, Gregg J, Davis R, Bongcam-Rudloff E, Webster MT, Lindblad-Toh K, Pedersen N. 2010 Localization of canine brachycephaly using an across breed mapping approach. PLoS One. Mar 10;5(3)


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10 CH Sweetbriar’s Excalibur Niccolo Massimiliano D Cooker/D Graff

Vizslas 1 GCH CH Artisan Grouse Point Pink Panther JH C Miklos/S Lonabaugh/R Bernstein/J Toepk 2 GCH CH Regal Point Pinnacle Of Kilauea JH D Verret/S Rushing/D Sullivan 3 GCH CH Jen’s Penny Matra Baci’s Boogie Fever M Stratford/N Guarascio/L Durham 4 GCH CH Cinnabar’s Sasco Finale K Stookey/S Potocik 5 GCH CH Kezdet’s Russet Leather River Whisper A Wanjon/B Wanjon/J Saddlemire/B Golob 6 GCH CH Jaybren’s Irish Star J Brennan/J Brennan 7 CH Relwood’s Mgm Grand L Pang/D Oakley/J Gaidos 8 GCH CH Artisan’s Pink Lollapalooza C Clark/J Toepke 9 GCH CH Nyircsaszari Szilva Palinka JH S Kerr 10 GCH CH Suzu’s Hard Nut To Crack S Nakamura/C Rappaport Weimaraners 1 GCH CH Silhouettes Lifeinthefastlane C Cassidy/B Cassidy 2 GCH CH Northwoods Send Money Honey H Warren/T Palmer/P Warren 3 GCH CH Win’Weim’s It’s My Grey Goose D Massey/S Line 4 GCH CH Rosewin Clasic Schwin Of Anson P Sage/A Sage/M Gearhart/W Gearhart 5 GCH CH Kolata’s Moving Violation JH R Hilgenbrink/D Hilgenbrink/C Grisell 6 GCH CH Moonstone Earth’s Angel R Trifari/J Farley/B Cook 7 GCH CH Nani’s Crosswinds First Look D Beatty/C Grisell/A Stewart-Zimmerman 8 GCH CH Pikes Peak Rocky Mountain High L Novosad Dvm 9 GCH CH Bowbent Carousels Perfect World M Doherty/N Mages/P Van Camp/A McClure 10 GCH CH Rissana Hillwood’s Just Plain Perfect A Folz

0 0 0 1 0

191

0 11 19 8 8

7769

0 11 11 12 6

4086

0 3 3 4 3

2177

0 1 2 1 5

1449

0 1 0 6 1

1298

0 3 2 3 3

1283

2 10 6 3 1

954

0 2 2 5 2

866

0 1 1 2 6

732

0 3 2 2 0

692

8 45 30 15 6

21156

3 29 33 23 10 19173 4 17 16 11 8

8959

0 2 3 13 6

4263

0 2 5 5 3

2450

0 2 7 7 1

1926

0 0 1 1 5

1366

0 4 2 3 6

1149

0 2 4 3 3

920

0 0 2 1 0

602

Wirehaired Pointing Griffons 1 GCH CH Flatbrook Duet Hide And Seek SH 0 K Rogney/G Rogney 2 GCH CH Wyncliff’s Wanna Be Loved By U 0 R Baggenstos/D Baggenstos/S Biles/E Bile 3 GCH CH Harmonys Eureka 0 A Summerfelt/C Kushner 4 GCH CH Fireside’s Spontaneous Combustion JH 0 J Coughlin/A Kelly 5 GCH CH Fireside’s Rio Grande JH 0 E Hunsicker 6 GCH CH Fireside’s Riding High SH 0 S Martin/E Hunsicker 7 CH Alibi’s Ss Beaupetit De La Roche JH 0 C Schaefer/G Schaefer 8 CH Fireside’s I Otto Bein Pictures JH 0 K Forrest/W Forrest 9 GCH CH Harvest Meadow’s Sir Woolington BN RAE JH 0 L Minnick 10 CH Ear Mountains Butch Cassidy JH 0 W Rose

2 6 4 7

2102

1 1 6 4

1709

0 0 5 3

1409

3 0 1 0

1404

2 2 0 2

893

0 0 0 2

532

0 0 2 1

218

0 0 0 1

129

0 0 0 1

96

0 0 0 1

89

Hound group Afghan Hounds 1 GCH CH Thaon’s Mowgli J Hafford/J Blanchard/A Sterner/D Rogers 2 GCH CH Thaon’s Wallstreet J Hafford/J Blanchard/D Rogers/J Rogers 3 GCH CH Xenos Jimlet W Slowe 4 GCH CH Mahali Arriva Meadowlark D Cooley/J Prosapio/S Neill/C O’Connor/L 5 GCH CH Suncrest Sharp Dressed Man J Hastings/A Hastings 6 GCH CH Mahali Arriva Sandpiper J Baukus/D Cooley 7 GCH CH Stormhill’s Sweet Dreams Of Raffica G Games/S Games/S Frei/T Vanderezee 8 GCH CH Polo’s The Aviator L Amadeo 9 GCH CH Pizzazzz Debonair JC J Messersmith/K Wagner 10 CH Sebring Elan King Kong J Klein/D Wangler/R Irvin American Foxhounds 1 GCH CH Kiarry’s Foolish Pride J Fitzpatrick/J Fitzpatrick/M Echols/L M 2 CH Kiarry’s Back In The Saddle D Planche/H Miller/L Miller 3 GCH CH Kelly Mt. American Idol J Rea 4 GCH CH Kelly Mt. Diamonds Are Forever N Jacoby

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7 24 7 4 0

16301

4 28 11 6 5

7346

1 13 14 10 6

3744

0 4 6 3 5

3001

0 7 3 9 6

2150

0 7 13 8 7

2139

0 4 6 4 2 1998 0 6 6 2 1

1470

0 1 3 4 1

1032

1 2 1 0 0

917

3 17 16 14 12 8653 0 2 6 8 10 2667 0 1 7 3 3

1001

0 0 4 2 3

559

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

5 GCH CH Devlon’s Fame And Fortune K Kendall/D Leonard/K Leonard 6 GCH CH Kiarry’s Walk This Way W Sommerfelt/C Sommerfelt 7 CH Kiarry’s Rag Doll A Alexander/H Miller/L Miller 8 CH Polk’s Brazos Beauty C Petrich/N Polk 9 GCH CH Kiarry’s Walkin On Sunshine H Miller/L Miller 10 CH Dunstan Tucker G Shultz American English Coonhounds 1 GCH CH Alexanders Color Me Bad Ginn A Alexander 2 CH Color Me Bad Double Stuff Oreo A Alexander 3 CH Moonlight’s Most Wanted J Spieth/S Spieth Basenjis 1 GCH CH Signet Meisterhaus Gossip Girl E Johnson/B Cassell/A Brooks/S Middlebro 2 GCH CH Taji’s Klassic Lil Black Dress SC K Campbell 3 GCH CH Jasiri-Sukari Bucking The Trind J Jones/K Jones 4 GCH CH Reveille Push Button D Bolte’ 5 GCH CH Taji Goes Platinum C Shattuck/K Campbell/M Quinnett 6 GCH CH ‘Tis-A Arubmec’s Circle Of Life J Hughes/P Cembura/F Hughes 7 GCH CH Teazer Signet Bad Romance J Gaidos/A Halemanu 8 GCH CH Victory Meisterhaus The X Factor T Huff 9 GCH CH Jasiri-Sukari Win Tin Tin J Jones/K Jones/C Kok 10 GCH CH Undercover Meisterhaus Hi Ho Quianna By G Whitehurst/A Brooks/J Harrison/W Poole Basset Hounds 1 GCH CH Fort Merrill Topsfield Yahoo C Orlandi/J Urban/A Costilla/C Steidel 2 GCH CH Blossomhil’s Hello Dolly S Shor 3 GCH CH Morningwood Luciano D Keene/B Keene/M Lieberman 4 GCH CH Craigwood Ol’ South’s U Can’T Touch This R Opeka/K Hutchinson/K Joiner 5 GCH CH Splash’s The Professor J Nolan/B Nolan/J Nolan/S Ponsart 6 GCH CH Castlehill’s Your Place Or Mine N Ingram/J Ingram/S Dok/J Dok 7 GCH CH Barnyard 3 Oaks Spark Of Hope C Lane/V McMackin/C Kremenek/P Harder 8 GCH CH Beauchasseur Hewgo Boss C Orlandi/C Steidel/S Mutch 9 CH Foxglen Baileys Kate Wilder S Deans/B Deans 10 GCH CH Showtime’s Shock And Awe H Haskell/B Haskell/M Chrysanthis/S Chry

459

0 0 1 0 1

258

0 0 0 2 1

248

0 2 0 0 1

229

0 1 1 0 0

221

0 0 1 1 0

152

1 4 0 3 5

1591

0 0 2 0 0

211

0 0 1 0 0

51

0 14 22 20 13 7406 1 1 1 1 0

2346

0 2 1 4 7

1845

1 4 3 3 3

1292

1 2 3 1 4

1100

0 0 3 3 3

797

1 9 3 1 4

553

0 2 1 1 2

534

0 0 0 4 1

533

0 0 0 1 1

530

2 22 26 20 8 8268 3 9 12 7 11 6427 1 3 11 5 10 2767 1 1 1 3 6

2137

0 1 0 8 3

1599

0 1 0 2 1

746

0 2 2 4 1

684

0 2 3 0 3

525

1 1 0 0 1

443

0 0 1 1 0

414

Beagles (13 in. and under) 1 GCH CH Lomapoint Huckleberry 1 C Long 2 GCH CH Skyline’s Dream Big 0 K Courtelis/K Forbes/C Conger/J Forbes 3 GCH CH Encore’s Rerun Of Roirdan 0 C Kaplan/C Herr/T Nesmith/E Dziuk 4 GCH CH Lanbur Angel Wears Prada 0 K Lockwood/J Woodring 5 GCH CH Lanbur Quest For The Best 1 C Miller/C Miller 6 GCH CH Barrister’s Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend 0 B Manifold/S Robblee 7 GCH CH Barrister’s Match Point 0 B Manifold/B Tague 8 Torquay Southern Belle 0 M Chagas/M Botelho/A Botelho 9 GCH CH Irish Coffey Shadows On The Shannon 0 P Coffey/B Coffey 10 GCH CH Cabaret Catch A Smile 0 M Golden/T Olson/J Simpson/D Blickenstaf Beagles (over 13 in.) 1 GCH CH Langrigg Star Ofth Stage T Steele/E Dziuk 2 GCH CH Torquay Midnight Confession M Chagas/M Botelho/A Botelho 3 GCH CH Belcanto Flags A’Flyin R Willett 4 GCH CH Lochnaw Something Good E Blankenship 5 CH Cherry Creek Believe It Or Not R Biesiedzinski/V Biesiedzinski/T Skinne 6 GCH CH Cabaret Come Chase The Dream T Olson/J Simpson/C Stone/P Ivett 7 GCH CH Torquay Be Nice To Me M Chagas/M Botelho/A Botelho 8 GCH CH Rockwoods Milo Tipster J Hubenak/S Moore/S Hubenak 9 GCH CH Barrister’s Manhattan Melodrama B Manifold 10 GCH CH Maple Ridge Outta Control E Friedlander/B Friedlander Black and Tan Coonhounds 1 GCH CH Silver Ridge Showtyme At Windbourne S Campbell/L Schermerhorn/S Skinner/T Sk 2 GCH CH Windbourne Every Hand’s A Winner A Mitchell

TOTAL

0 1 2 3 2

5 12 5 11 3629 5 7 7 15 2773 4 5 10 11 2311 1 3 9 5

1278

3 2 1 1

911

0 0 3 6

728

0 0 2 3

640

0 0 3 1

617

1 4 1 4

564

3 0 0 2

397

9 37 19 12 7

11658

12 35 12 5 3

10973

4 14 18 15 10 6144 0 8 12 11 13 3777 1 5 2 3 2

1799

0 2 0 6 4

1558

0 4 4 3 2

1523

0 1 2 3 9

893

0 0 3 0 2

659

0 0 0 2 4

582

1 4 4 2 2

2361

0 3 6 4 5

2092

3 GCH CH CSG Clover Creek Big Daddy CD RE K Winn/J Carr 4 GCH CH Desert Bills, Sing It To Me Baby D Smith/S Cafferty 5 GCH CH Foxfire Fashionista R Urban 6 GCH CH Windbourne Hd Ranch King Of The Road S Campbell/S Skinner/T Skinner 7 CH Foxfire Full Force Gale R Urban 8 CH Emmons-Twinlakes Thunder N Emmons 9 GCH CH Jerseys Hattie Belle J Magenau/A Magenau 10 GCH CH Southwind’s Walking In Memphis R Reynolds/S Lowthian Bloodhounds 1 GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss And Tell S LaCroix/H Whitcomb 2 GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Windfall K Hansen/M Hansen/S Hamil/L Burch 3 GCH CH Heathers A Little Night Music E Befus 4 GCH CH Soonipi Friends In Low Places Mlh K Dewey/S Katos 5 GCH CH Heather’s Father And Son L Sherman/H Whitcomb 6 GCH CH Flessner’s International Harvester B Flessner/C Flessner 7 GCH CH Legend’s Nutrageous Hamlet M Zitek/S Anderson/C Thomas 8 CH Jo-Li’s Father Christmas J Ivey/L Ivey 9 GCH CH Augustus Caillou De Romarin C Mcdowell 10 GCH CH Sherick M&M’s Priceless Memories BN RN C Page/M Nye/M Nye Bluetick Coonhounds 1 CH Charwin Fairmont Sweet Society Blue Snuff C Woods/T Kastner 2 GCH CH CGCH So. Flame Blame It On The Rain C Grooms/G Black 3 CH Black Knights Balu Power D Crump/A Heiser/A Alexander Borzois 1 GCH CH Aashtoria Wildhunt Hidden Agenda R Riel/C Riel/S McGraw 2 GCH CH Raynbos Run For The Roses J Zucker/R Zucker 3 GCH CH Greyhaven Wizard’s Crystal F Vogel/M Polsfuss/C Vogel 4 GCH CH Korsakov’s Quantum Leap J Bishop/P Triandos 5 GCH CH Avalyn’s Magnum Force L Bennett/B Benjamin 6 GCH CH Reflections I’M The Lucky One R Glenn/F Murphy 7 GCH CH Golightly’s Big Day M Zobel/P Zobel 8 GCH CH Katz Fashion Finesse At Konza K Cassella/R Bates 9 GCH CH Wildwood Fiery Run Out Of My Dreams E Tolley/D Nutting 10 GCH CH Belisarius Jp Starship M Ozeki/Y Sakamoto Dachshunds (Longhaired) 1 GCH CH Hundeleben Queen’s Armada Sl C Puig 2 GCH CH Vongays-Rubears Black Velvet Wrap Sl G Richards/V Richards 3 GCH CH Gemdach Red Rocker N Haupt/K Haupt 4 GCH CH Add-Sim’s Scout Of Mt M Taylor 5 GCH CH Sunteckel’s Samuel II S Lutosky/T Abst 6 GCH CH Rose Farm’s Red Rum Ml V Diker 7 GCH CH Seidach’s Diggin’ Up Bones B Wuest/H Wuest 8 GCH CH Xeralane’s Supersonic M Vila/Xeralane Knl 9 GCH CH Stonybrook’s Prime Suspect T Durvin/B Durvin 10 GCH CH Briardach’s Rock Star M Martin/P Martin/S Bennett/P Chapman Dachshunds (Smooth) 1 GCH CH Brownwood D’Geno Rock Ss W Cunningham/J Cerasini/R Brown 2 GCH CH Grandgables Wee Mr Red Thorn G Jeavons/M Houston-Mcmillian/S ibinovi 3 GCH CH Isledox Tractor Tug F Overdahl/M Mader 4 GCH CH Grandgables Sumbuddy Walden D Waldo 5 GCH CH Bessdachs Electric Martini M Lara/B Jeffery 6 GCH CH Dynadaux Redneck Fancy Boy Ms C Senff/P Spencer/B Claxton/B Sandoval 7 GCH CH Spellbound’s You Go First K Brown 8 GCH CH Passport Prelude To A Kiss Ss J Debraganca/A DeBraganca 9 GCH CH Kochana’s Hiswill Ain’T Misbehavin D Poranski 10 GCH CH Brodny Schoolhouse Dixie F Vogel/C Vogel/J Anderson/N Eby

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 0 1 0 4

456

0 1 1 0 0

299

0 0 2 1 1 226 0 0 1 0 0

203

0 0 1 0 0 177 0 0 1 1 0

158

0 1 0 0 0

141

0 0 0 2 2

135

7 40 25 19 7

19548

2 25 19 13 7

6163

0 7 10 12 3

2615

0 1 4 5 5

1104

0 1 2 2 0

538

0 3 0 0 0

501

0 0 0 2 0

450

0 2 0 0 2

272

0 1 0 0 0

269

0 0 1 1 0

266

0 2 2 3 3

1031

0 0 0 1 1

247

0 0 0 0 1

75

1 17 12 8 5

7148

0 4 12 11 7

2881

0 9 3 9 8

1794

0 1 3 3 3

1018

1 1 2 1 0

1001

0 0 2 0 0 776 0 0 2 2 3

715

0 0 1 2 2

482

0 1 3 2 0

429

0 0 0 2 0

303

6 17 16 14 14 10619 1 3 1 8 4

2064

1 2 3 1 5

1433

0 4 4 5 4

1249

0 4 5 1 3

1117

0 0 3 5 7

1100

1 1 0 5 7

1031

0 2 4 2 5

939

0 0 1 3 4

631

0 0 1 1 4

576

0 4 6 9 11 3086 0 1 4 3 5

1780

1 5 5 9 5

1650

0 0 2 2 5

1510

0 0 2 8 8

1415

0 1 3 3 6

903

0 0 1 0 2

586

0 1 1 3 2

585

0 0 0 3 3

481

0 0 1 1 3

282

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Dachshunds (Wirehaired) 1 GCH CH Raydachs Playing With Fire V Gleishorbach S Ray/M Sakoda/J Sakoda 2 GCH CH Krisaire Del Prado’s Strawberry Fields Mw A Bischel 3 GCH CH J’s Starbarrack’s Babybug’Sdevil Ofabug S Johnson/M Heywood 4 GCH CH Lockshire Detour To Sanlyn K Lockyer/T Lockyer/M Chryssanthis/S Chr 5 GCH CH Verdon’s Devil In Disguise Mw S Snyder/S Henderson 6 GCH CH Summer Hill Pride And Prejudice J Koch/M Koch/J Fabelo 7 GCH CH Fancy That Valentine, Favio’s Aldo D Onoszko/P Onoszko 8 GCH CH Daybreak’s Awesome Image W D Krieg 9 GCH CH Dontis I’M Just A Glitterbug At Drakken A Mendenhall 10 GCH CH Woldorf’s Santana Sw JE P Madsen/S Wolden English Foxhounds 1 GCH CH Sunup’s Parliament M Heile/C Heile/S Whaley 2 GCH CH Foxhrode Thndafrmdwnunda C Stewart/A Johnson/J Patterson/B Patter 3 CH Monocacy Bend’s Wellington T Koerber Greyhounds 1 GCH CH Grandcru Clos Erasmus M Steele/R Gaudet/R Tomlin 2 GCH CH Gaia Elfin Dance A Sowders/N Fetter 3 GCH CH Helios Foxglove Atheart S Bartel 4 GCH CH Rubicon’s He’s So Fine P Rubinstein 5 GCH CH Grandcru Felix Callejo At Aria JC R Rice/B Rice/C Livingston/S Barden 6 GCH CH Chaparral Isle Of Skye C Marzluf/T Marzluf/C Curlee 7 GCH CH Wildwood Dali At Heart K Henderson/W Delfino 8 CH Rubicon’s Snow King S Allert/G Davis 9 CH Rubicon’s Just One Look P Rubinstein/S Cassey/J Schulz 10 GCH CH Sierra’s Lamborghini Diablo S Hempel/B Hempel/G Sherman/C Robertson Harriers 1 GCH CH Downhome Hitech Innovator J Sanchez 2 GCH CH Happytails Keepin The Faith C Newman/W McCleery/F Newman 3 CH Tallyho The Time Of My Life D Maguire/M Nell 4 CH Jackpot Kingsbury Beamer D Shettle/L Whitney/C Whitney 5 CH Hartshire Walkabout R Phillips 6 CH Pacific’s He Ain’T Heavy He’s My Brother K Crary/P Crary 7 CH Pacific Anthem Of Rh Infinita RN P Rhyner 8 CH Bluhils Sakura Icon’s Irish Cream S Manning/P Manning Ibizan Hounds 1 GCH CH Harehill’s Ace In The Hole K Gindler/D Gindler/W Anderson 2 CH Serandida East So Bigstar J Brown/S St John-Brown/L Sikora/J Manos 3 GCH CH Bramblewood’s Pussycat Doll J Schneider/J Staudinger 4 CH Serqet Shadey Grove Autumn S St. John Brown/J Brown 5 GCH CH Serandida Shadow On The Moon N Baker/J Baker/P Baker 6 GCH CH Jakona’s Russian Roulette J Armstrong/T Armstrong/S Payne 7 GCH CH Jakona’s Swiss Miss JC S Murphy/J Armstrong 8 GCH CH Ahram You Ve Got The Look J Pusztay/S Pusztay/R Pusztay/M Paulin 9 GCH CH Araceli Del Sol D’Or M Morris/J Rivers 10 GCH CH Sunrumba’s Honor And Harmony Of Aigh JC P First/R Castillo Irish Wolfhounds 1 GCH CH Pinehurst Garret K Goodell 2 GCH CH Desert Dune At Curiann J Ryan 3 CH Pennybright Wigeon G Bernardi/R Bernardi/S Wilde 4 CH Dun Myrica Lyre Of Eagle S McDonald 5 CH Wolfhavens Fools Brick O’Gold K Yorke/D Yorke/D Osborne 6 GCH CH Flashdance Roan Inish A Constable

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1 5 13 10 10 5412 1 1 2 3 8

3094

0 4 0 3 8

1354

0 1 2 1 6

1109

0 0 1 3 4

813

0 3 2 3 3

678

0 0 1 0 7

456

0 0 1 2 0

388

0 0 0 2 0

372

0 0 0 0 2

344

2 2 3 0 3

2298

0 0 0 2 0

152

0 0 0 0 1

104

7 36 27 13 8

15933

2 24 20 9 7 6728 0 10 6 3 8

3377

1 7 5 2 1

1852

0 3 3 5 3

1355

0 1 2 1 2

474

0 0 2 0 2

414

0 1 0 0 0

263

0 0 1 2 2

262

0 0 1 2 1

222

5 14 17 16 10 9855 1 6 15 11 12 4209 0 1 3 2 4

1188

0 1 0 0 1

212

0 0 1 1 0

119

0 2 0 0 0 81 0 0 1 0 0 78 0 0 0 1 1

14

0 9 4 3 6

2703

0 2 10 6 1

1295

0 0 1 2 6

1238

1 3 0 0 0

1085

0 3 2 2 2

566

0 1 0 1 1

432

0 0 0 4 2

366

0 0 0 1 1

248

0 0 0 2 1

200

0 0 0 0 2

191

0 4 3 4 2

2363

0 4 4 6 3

1774

1 1 1 4 0

655

0 2 3 0 1

609

0 0 0 3 0

426

0 0 1 3 0

420

7 GCH CH Ansa Mo Caoimhin Modigliani K Schaffter/A Schaffter 8 CH Kerryarc Visalia De Californio M Tyler/C Tyler/C Collier 9 CH Carnasserie Chord J Carswell/P Newgard 10 GCH CH Zane Of Tir Na N’Og S Kerr Norwegian Elkhounds 1 GCH CH Somerri Dunharrow’s Devil Ray J Silker 2 GCH CH Vin-Melca’s The Norseman P Trotter/J Reed 3 GCH CH Vin-Melca’s Voyager P Trotter 4 GCH CH Vikrest ‘N Ruskar Hy Style L Forrest/P Viken/P Waltz 5 GCH CH Bristlecone’s Tracker L Gamble/L Gamble 6 GCH CH Somerri Jamieson’s Sea Whiskey J Lewis/L Lewis 7 GCH CH Aspen’s Power Play R Rhoden/R Rhoden/K Carter 8 GCH CH Tioka’s American Ride L Webster 9 GCH CH Graafin Kapris’ Steele Blue Kenaz C Spruce/K Spruce/G Leeuwenburg 10 Aspen N Sirdal’s Power Of Luv D Burnham/D Dills Otterhounds 1 GCH CH Adeline’s Sticky Wicket N Wallens/R Wallens/R Van Houten/B Van H 2 GCH CH Aberdeens Under The Influence A McIlwaine/J Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine 3 GCH CH Lonestar Angus Prime Choice R Loddesol/B Loddesol/J Harris/R Damron 4 GCH CH White River’s He’s A Keeper! E Carmichael/D Carmichael 5 GCH CH White River’s News Flash S Malone/M Couch 6 GCH CH Hirsute Angelic Mala S Tomblyn/J Tomblyn 7 CH Riverspruce Yukon Jack N Wallens/R Wallens 8 CH Aberdeen’s Ultimate Addiction J Mullen/D Blunt/J Mcilwaine/A McIlwaine 9 CH White River’s Brookshire Kitchener T Howard 10 GCH CH Aberdeen’s Told You So A Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine/A Co Petits Bassets Griffons Vendeens 1 GCH CH Celestial Cj’s Hearts On Fire J Hurty/C Hurty/L Florian/M Florian/P He 2 GCH CH Jodell Boogie Back To Texas J Hayes/D Moore 3 GCH CH Soletrader Bjorn Borg M Doherty/W Doherty/G Robertson/S Robert 4 GCH CH Soletrader Donald Duck D Moore/J Hayes 5 GCH CH Jaren’s Ready Set Don’T Go At R-N-B R Jones/B Helvey/K Prott-Clugston 6 GCH CH Dehra Amazona BVLGARI G Huikeshoven/J Stark 7 CH Monkhams Famous Grouse J Neuschaefer/D Bruce/J Lacey-Black/L Sk 8 GCH CH Jus A Redd Hott Pepper A Sneider/P Sneider 9 GCH CH Clementine’s Minolo Blanc B Loddesol/R Loddesol/F Neuwirth 10 Polygor’s Stolen Moments RN K Krieck Pharaoh Hounds 1 GCH CH Northgate’s As You Like It J Hall/A Lundqvist-Hemstrom 2 GCH DC Hallam’s Ethan Ramel MC LCX S Sipperly/D Carota 3 GCH CH Siphra’s No Remorse JC L Lysher 4 CH Tiara Ne-Kabu Abu Simbel Ankh J Ault/K Grega/T Ault 5 CH Mia-Bakhu Conspiracy Theory V Hallam CA T Haig/P Haig 6 GCH DC Sendji Nefer-Temu Neptune-Triton SC E Kerridge 7 GCH DC Hallam’s Gysai Gabriel RN MC LCX T Severino/M Severino/D Carota/S Sipperl 8 GCH DC Mia Bakhu Sleeping With The Enemy Of R Newman/D Carota/P Haig/L Witt 9 GCH DC Nefer-Temu Sambandrea RE SC E Kerridge 10 Farao Anubis Inferno D Cooper/B Clooten Plotts 1 GCH CH Alexanders Mob Boss Capone A Alexander 2 GCH CH CCH CNC Black Monday A Alexander 3 CH Mob Boss Casa De Parma A Alexander Redbone Coonhounds 1 CH Eskai’s Sir Kasper S Hendrix 2 GCH CH CWSG CCH Sidearm Jungle King Mufasa J Mills/L Mills 3 GCH CH Twisted Creeks Xlnt Adventure C Smith/M Smith 4 GCH CH Idole’ Coonfused Cleatus N Grubb/C Paul 5 CH Sidearm Johnny Walker Red L Mills/T Mills

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 0 2 1 1

365

0 1 2 0 0

291

0 0 1 0 1

252

0 0 1 1 0

201

0 15 17 18 10 4366 1 10 6 4 5

3117

1 3 1 2 0

1315

0 0 1 4 5

1015

0 2 1 2 0

622

0 1 1 1 6

546

0 1 3 4 3

532

0 1 2 3 2

490

0 0 0 0 2 327 0 0 0 1 0

293

0 1 11 10 12 2462 0 0 2 9 9 1679 0 2 2 3 4

944

0 1 2 1 2

593

0 1 0 0 1

393

0 0 1 1 2

391

0 0 1 2 1

224

0 0 1 0 0

80

0 0 0 1 0

66

0 0 0 1 0

61

4 19 26 18 12 11580 5 21 21 9 12 9477 1 15 15 6 13 5882 1 9 9 9 4

4721

2 2 5 2 7

2377

0 3 10 3 1

1925

0 4 8 5 8

1463

0 1 2 0 4

537

0 0 2 2 1

387

0 0 1 1 1

286

32 119 32 13 8

36367

1 13 15 16 14 5359 0 4 2 8 4

1941

1 7 1 1 0

1149

0 1 2 0 3

580

0 0 0 1 0

395

0 0 2 2 1

364

0 1 1 0 1

361

0 0 0 0 2

160

0 1 0 0 1

108

0 1 0 1 1

278

0 0 3 0 1

259

0 0 0 0 1

41

1 12 13 9 5

6001

0 4 5 14 16 3885 0 0 2 1 1

544

0 2 1 1 0

318

0 0 0 1 0

226

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

6 GCH CH Twistedcreektheycallme Thunder M Smith/C Smith 7 CH Tree Rizin’ Maine Edition P Samuelson 8 CH Wabash River Thunder’s Storm A Elburn 9 GCH CH Sidearm Hello Dolly L Mills/J Mills 10 GCH CH CSG Twisted Creeks Good Ol Boy J Rentfro/J Rentfro Rhodesian Ridgebacks 1 GCH CH Oakhurst Fruit Of The Vine K Morgan/D Morgan/B Rupert 2 GCH CH Invictus Nightmare Before Xmas JC E Coogan/T Hart 3 GCH CH Spring Valley’s Always There A Thompson 4 GCH CH Kuluta Along The Watchtower M Hatfield/E Belt/C Well 5 GCH CH Manzanita’s Trifecta SC L Valdivia 6 GCH CH Kimani’s Sneak Preview L Campbell 7 GCH CH Paradigm Aariel’s Entourage CD RA A Ford/S Ford/D Engelking/G Kofron 8 GCH CH Vyrtuous Command Performance SC S Walters 9 GCH CH Tucker Ridge Dugga Boy Simba Ridge M Gaunaurd 10 GCH CH Whirlaways Ida Belle’s A Ringing L Fitzgerald/J Lozowski/C Kitsch Salukis 1 GCH DC Shahtani Ivory Moon SC L May/G Thornton 2 GCH CH Baghdad Be Still My Heart JC L Ackerman/P Bockman-Chato 3 GCH CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Bubbles Of Jatara J Harrington/S Winsted/S Middlebrooks 4 GCH CH Blue Nile Vanilla Ice M McMillan/S Winsted 5 GCH CH Baha Persian Of Interest SC NA NAJ C Coile 6 GCH CH Bay Watch Babe Von Agrani K Setty/L Bettis 7 GCH CH Aurora’s Walk This Way J Mueller/E Blake 8 GCH CH Aurora’s The Song And Dance Man J Mueller/E Blake 9 CH CC Fortune Tellers Secret JC L Ackerman 10 GCH CH Vogue Watch Well What I Do S Suda/T Namoto Scottish Deerhounds 1 GCH CH Brakenshire Scotch N Ice G Bontecou 2 GCH CH Foxcliffe Hickory Wind S Sweatt/C Dove/R Dove 3 GCH CH Lehigh-Darkwynd Enella P Pascoe/P Smithson 4 GCH CH Foxcliffe Enchanted Evening C Dove/R Dove 5 GCH CH Lehigh Dunedain Of Greymorn J Dillberger/C Dilliberger 6 GCH CH Lehigh Darrowby SC L Studer/P Pascoe 7 CH Jaraluv The Patriot S Gibbs/M Gibbs/R Brinlee/J Brinlee 8 CH Jaraluv’s Quite The One E Kingery/D Kingery/P Anderson/J LEIKAM 9 GCH CH Thistleglen Foxcliffe Tribune J Frye/C Dove 10 High Meadow Mangus Of Crawford T Crawford/D Crawford/D Walton

TOTAL

0 0 1 0 1

200

0 0 0 1 1

194

0 1 0 0 1

180

0 0 0 0 1

109

0 0 1 0 0

84

0 4 4 4 4

3083

0 3 11 6 6

3014

1 4 4 12 3

2739

1 4 4 4 3

1633

0 0 2 4 0

1358

0 4 4 3 0

1147

0 2 4 5 4

1126

0 1 0 6 5

1120

0 1 5 7 3

1016

0 1 1 7 1

846

4 23 20 14 8

7939

1 2 8 9 4

2594

1 6 5 5 5

2148

0 3 6 7 6

2021

0 7 6 2 3

1711

0 3 4 7 7

1342

0 4 3 3 4

1215

0 6 6 3 0

910

0 1 0 0 1

579

0 3 2 1 3

567

1 6 22 11 11 4520

Whippets 1 GCH CH Starline’s Chanel L Lawrence/C Lawrence/N Lawrence 2 GCH CH Sporting Fields Bahama Sands D Butt/A Giles 3 GCH CH Bo-Bett’s Speed Demon C Harris 4 GCH CH Endeavor’s White Roses On Nysa Hill J Shepherd/L Stewart 5 GCH CH Karasar’s Masterpiece K Kuper/N Barthelette/A Alvarez/M Alvare 6 GCH CH Karasar’s Parexcellence K Kuper/N Barthelette 7 GCH CH Counterpoint Painted By Bohem SC S Mazer/B Bengtson 8 GCH CH Festiva’s Lucy Is Fashionably Late JC M Henricks/A Carlson/B Carlson/B Wayne 9 GCH CH Winway Million Heiress K Davenport/D Davenport 10 GCH CH Snow Hill Beatrix Soul Delight JC W Dvorak/S Hughes

2 6 3 3 0

4002

0 3 5 4 2

1335

1 4 2 0 0

758

0 0 2 5 1

479

0 3 0 0 2

363

0 1 0 0 0

270

0 0 0 2 1

232

0 0 1 1 0

200

0 0 0 0 1

123

34 123 22 10 0

41719

14 65 19 2 0

23258

3 18 16 5 7

5911

1 7 6 9 1

3962

1 8 7 6 2

2448

0 2 7 3 2

1618

0 2 3 4 1

1399

0 0 3 6 3

936

0 2 4 4 3

919

0 0 3 1 5

905

Working Group Akitas 1 GCH CH Minda Fujisvs Violets Are Blue L Morgan/F Hamblet/H Walker 2 GCH CH Cas Cobo Haul Eudora C Smith/R Moore/C Moore 3 GCH CH Sherob Stardust It Had To Be You T Witte/R Witte/S Wallis 4 GCH CH Cr - Wicca’s Trade Secret A Bavaria/C Burke/T Bavaria/J Charnik 5 GCH CH Nakodo’s Canadian Connection D Noble/K Venezia

0 5 8 12 6

5954

0 5 15 8 11 3871 0 5 9 7 9

3086

0 2 5 6 7

2921

0 2 6 5 8

2171

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6 GCH CH Mt Joys Notice To Airmen At Yuzawa J Vendramin/J Vendramin/P Ellis 7 GCH CH Buckridge’s You Only Wish D Osborn/E Vanden Avond 8 GCH CH Nakodo’s Reign Of Glory K Venezia/R Dillman 9 GCH CH Takara’s Right Up My Ally D Berg/J Berg 10 CH Hyojun’s Ten Thousand Years R LaCourse/T Oswald Alaskan Malamutes 1 GCH CH Catanyas Latin Lover P Kendrick/A Martinez/A Syar 2 GCH CH Tugar’s America’s Most Wanted K Hausner/S Das 3 GCH CH Awanuna’s Tornado Of Snow B Pfeiffer/R Pfeiffer 4 GCH CH Sno Klassic Back Door Man P Peel/M Peel 5 GCH CH Amook’s A Day At The Races C Mcfarland 6 GCH CH Mytuk’s Technical Knock Out D Milburn/A Milburn 7 GCH CH Ice Fall’s Rough Stock L Ryer/T Szabo 8 GCH CH Nfoakixa Over The Rainbow A Mayberry-Welch/R Roffey 9 GCH CH Onan’s Promises Promises P Hazelwood/K Lesley/C Carroll 10 GCH CH Canute’s U Talking To Me A Welch Anatolian Shepherd Dogs 1 GCH CH Aegean’s Duke Of Milos D Kyres/G Kyres 2 GCH CH Carpe Diem’s Old School S Wykle 3 CH J-Haven Firefly’s Protego Totalum C Weger 4 GCH CH J-Haven’s Esmeray Of Timaru L Brabyn/J Brabyn 5 GCH CH Inanna Bay Boudreau Of Luckyhit E Tallon/K Marcus 6 GCH CH Roadblock’s Turkish Silver M First 7 CH Lucky Hit Bethany Beyaz Kumru J York/E Conard 8 Sakarya’s It’s A Charmed Life Shameran J Dotson Bernese Mountain Dogs 1 GCH CH Blumoon Tanzenite V Blackrock CD D Cox/G Reeve 2 GCH CH Alpenspirit Who’s On First A Summers/G Summers/L Weber/A Merfeld 3 GCH CH Alpenspirit Just In Time J Singleton/M Turbide 4 GCH CH Liebenhund’s Who’s Your Daddy R Jacksic/B Bych 5 GCH CH Avatars Try Try Again K Groves/L Fernandes 6 GCH CH Horton Bay’s Just Wild About L Jodar 7 GCH CH Ilsa Van De Klaverhoeve T Gerli 8 GCH CH Loriendells Sword Of Elendil J Giannone/K Giannone 9 GCH CH Super Foot Elysian Garden Sotel N Suzuki 10 GCH CH Rogel’s My Delsin B Of Nighttime RN A Nichols Black Russian Terriers 1 GCH CH Lancelot Chiornyy Prints RN E Archer/P Archer 2 GCH CH Zilya’s Chicago Blues Fusion At Runes CD D Patterson 3 GCH CH Sora’s Pride Of The Desert-Czar CD RAE A Castro-Marlowe/M Mastroianni 4 GCH CH Cerberus Never Say Die L Milburn 5 GCH CH Cerberus’ Drago At Seven Oaks K Eikelberg 6 GCH CH Kamila At Aristes S Nadezhdonoi Poljany C Stumm/F Dilsaver/S Gaunt 7 GCH CH Petr Pervy Iz Russkoi Dinastii L Jordan 8 GCH CH Jeff Yvonne Orlowsky Laimus C Stumm/F Dilsaver/B Phillips 9 CH Malahovskiy Non Stop R Schoon/B Schoon 10 GCH CH Chelentano Iz Chigasovo D Rakers/L Rakers Boxers 1 GCH CH Winfall Brookwood Styled Dream D McCarroll/J Billhardt/S Tenenbaum 2 GCH CH R And G’s Mystical Dancer R Bezerra/B Bachman/R Servetnick/G Steel 3 GCH CH Winfall I Dream Of Style K Robbins/C Robbins/G Adkins/B Adkins/T

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0 3 2 6 3

1592

0 7 0 3 3

1506

0 2 4 1 3

1403

0 0 4 0 1

875

1 1 0 1 1

714

7 24 11 6 2

13969

2 5 5 4 3

2855

0 2 1 1 2

1228

0 2 1 1 1

1228

0 0 1 1 2

589

0 2 0 1 1

524

0 2 0 1 1

486

0 0 2 2 1

430

0 0 0 4 0

345

0 1 0 2 1

341

0 0 1 0 0

200

0 0 0 0 1

159

0 0 0 0 1 94 0 0 0 0 1

84

0 0 1 0 0

76

0 0 0 0 1

57

0 0 1 0 2

54

0 0 0 0 1

44

0 10 12 9 11 6468 1 10 9 7 9

4989

0 7 7 8 7

4506

0 4 5 6 2

2813

0 1 3 0 5

2320

0 3 6 5 4

1780

0 3 1 2 2

1550

0 1 3 3 0

1460

1 2 1 4 3

1447

1 2 0 0 1

961

2 11 6 4 4

3986

0 4 5 5 8

1854

1 1 2 0 2

1104

0 0 2 2 4

1014

0 0 2 1 5

791

0 0 0 3 1

731

0 2 0 2 1

517

0 0 2 0 0

461

0 0 0 1 0

159

0 0 1 0 0

128

34 94 8 0 1

53176

17 61 26 10 3

27919

6 45 22 11 7

14789

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

4 GCH CH Conquest-Rosend’s New Kid In Town 2 B White/D White/J Yon/L Yon 5 GCH CH Nantess Royal Hot Rod 1 N Savage/T Savage 6 GCH CH Carillon’s M V P 1 C Suarez 7 GCH CH Boca Royal Palms Smarty’s Golden Girl 0 J Dorfman/A Dorfman/G Bower/J Bower 8 GCH CH Sapphires Violet Sky In Vegas Of Streamline 0 D Young/J Young/G Freer/C Freer 9 GCH CH Boca’s Royal Palms Splish Splash 2 J Dorfman/A Dorfman/G Bower/J Bower 10 GCH CH Jacquet’s Laredo El Encanto 0 D Sparks/N Sparks/L Casella Bullmastiffs 1 GCH CH Newcastle’s Picturesque Picasso 0 K Spencer/A Scully 2 GCH CH Highpoint’s Fifth Wheel Don’T Blink 0 R Saunders/D Saunders 3 GCH CH Leatherneck Law N Orderokilroy 0 Z Bobbitt/J Robinson 4 GCH CH Peerless I Am The Love Bug 0 C Shepler/A O’Larry 5 GCH CH Dal Primo’s B’Mew Just In Queso 0 E Gonzalez 6 GCH CH Bastions Sovereign Bishop 0 S Allen 7 CH Leatherneck’s It’s A Bull’S-Eye 1 C Eull 8 GCH CH Bandog’s Brutus Of Raven 0 M Schamroth/M Schamroth 9 GCH CH Ortego’s Chromia, More Than Meets The Eye 0 A Ortego/E Farias 10 GCH CH Sumertym Southwind Magic Carpet Ride 0 R Manuel/K Manuel/N Parker-Hardesty/T Ga Cane Corso 1 GCH CH Scandifio’s Titus L’Asino K Underwood/T Morris 2 GCH CH Sleeping Giant’s Vittore E Sawyers-Robles/K Cressia 3 GCH CH Liberty’s Armed And Dangerous R Cuzzo/J Hovorka/S Ribbs 4 GCH CH Wildwoods Cirino Di Campo R Hudgens 5 GCH CH Maximo’s Jack G Rodriguez/A Fino 6 GCH CH Bel Monte Keno Godiva M Ertaskiran/E Hodas 7 GCH CH Achoo Del’Agreste W Yingling 8 GCH CH Appalachians Odin The Toad A Pingsterhaus 9 Petronije Sangue Magnifica D Connors 10 GCH CH Windypine’s Fully Loaded RN B Spiece Doberman Pinschers 1 GCH CH Protocol’s Veni Vidi Vici S Lundy/D Lundy/J Mullins/K Mullins 2 GCH CH Mi-Ti’s Three Cheers J Goldblatt/S Baker/C Silverman/D Roof 3 GCH CH Caryola’s Antigua N Barksdale/M Barksdale 4 GCH CH Cambria’s Must Be Fate G Lajeski/J White/A White 5 GCH CH Catawba’s Take No Prisoners CD S Miller 6 GCH CH D’s Devil Wears Prada T Pinto/J Pinto/A Dinardo/S DiNardo 7 GCH CH Holly Woods Sex And The City D Mcgarvey/M Thomas 8 GCH CH Allure Envy Me Royalwood V Schohaus L Schoeneman/J Schoeneman/C Pitts 9 GCH CH Horizon’s Evangeline R Keith/J Keith/L George 10 GCH CH Gallant’s First And Foremost V Ciden P Healy/M Fasth/D Huckfeldt/C Huckfeldt German Pinschers 1 GCH CH Midernoch A Phortune Of Phranklins C French 2 GCH CH Oakwood V Kaitlers Revival J Vandervort 3 GCH CH Legacy’s Oh Happy Day M Salva/L Mills 4 GCH CH Nevars Okie Dokie Temerity A Issleib/F Stuby 5 CH Immer Treu Midnight Express L Shore/h shore/e shore Dogues de Bordeaux 1 GCH CH Mount Sinai’s Crusader St Amand P Duvall 2 GCH CH Evergreen’s Rub My Belly At Rising Star J Roberts/L Parker 3 GCH CH Hemicuda De L’Aube Rouge M Allred/D Allred 4 CH Tanakajd Szepe Pagan J Garcia 5 GCH CH Von Hof’s Cisco Kid T Kelly/D Von Hof 6 Heavenly Dogue Leonidas K Casto/C Casto 7 GCH CH Rising Star’s I’ll Fly Away P Smith/V Smith Giant Schnauzers 1 GCH CH Kenro’s Fleeting Moment R Henderson/D Henderson

TOTAL

6 8 12 4

6706

10 10 6 6

4035

14 2 5 4

3842

7 6 3 4

3176

5 6 2 5

3102

9 6 3 2

2838

9 3 4 7

2476

8 9 2 2

2825

3 8 4 4

2465

2 6 9 8

2255

1 4 4 3

1721

2 2 6 5

1617

0 4 3 1

1273

4 1 4 0

1040

2 0 2 3

1032

0 2 4 3

953

1 1 5 4

698

0 2 4 6 6 2181 0 1 2 4 8

1836

0 0 2 2 3

821

0 0 0 1 4

590

0 0 0 0 3

561

0 1 1 0 0

463

0 0 0 2 1

266

0 0 0 0 1

221

0 0 0 2 0 211 0 0 0 0 1

169

15 42 8 5 7

23599

1 11 23 13 6

9901

3 17 9 10 7

9428

1 16 14 12 7

7717

1 9 9 10 7

7341

3 15 11 7 1

6324

1 4 6 1 2

3579

1 3 4 6 2

2694

1 6 10 3 1

2579

0 5 3 5 2

1642

0 0 2 2 4

916

0 1 0 6 2

898

0 0 0 0 1

183

0 0 0 1 1

170

0 0 0 1 0

149

0 4 2 6 8

2681

0 3 0 4 2

881

0 0 0 0 1

263

0 0 0 1 0

122

0 0 0 0 1

104

0 0 0 1 0

49

0 0 0 0 1

41

1 8 14 10 9

6246

2 GCH CH Skansen’s Holy Knight C King 3 GCH CH Spicerack She’s All That RN M Davis 4 GCH CH Ingebars Siasconset Rose M Reese/M Bisceglia 5 GCH CH Sonnenschein River Chase R Foster/P Foster 6 GCH CH Kenro’s Stealing Time K Mancini/R Greenslade 7 GCH CH Skansen’s Sir August Brigs M Williams 8 GCH CH Ingebar’s Oh Be Joyful L Mason/M Bisceglia 9 GCH CH Skansen’s C’Sofia Of Grandeur R Rechler/A Stromberg 10 GCH CH Skansen’s Harvard S Hammarstrom

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

2 9 8 10 4

4805

1 4 6 3 3

2988

0 3 2 5 9

2084

0 4 4 4 0

1499

0 4 2 0 1

1317

0 3 2 0 0

1292

0 1 1 3 2

1217

0 3 2 1 0 867 0 4 3 1 2

Great Danes 1 GCH CH Lobato’s JitterBug Man 7 M Thomas/J Lobato/G Cole 2 GCH CH Bayside Just A Gentleman 0 J Hill/S Hill 3 GCH CH Naples Tlbrk Dana Sanroque Naika Ika Pono 1 B Achiu/J Achiu 4 GCH CH Rojon’s Say Yes 1 M Zanetos/S Barney/W Benoit/N Benoit 5 GCH CH Drd’s The Revelation 0 C Jensen/B Hainline 6 GCH CH Diola’s Start Your Engines 0 J Diola/S Mauck 7 GCH CH Shoreline-East-West Playit Again Sam 0 N Schycker-Bailey/J Bailey 8 GCH CH Lobato’s Code Red 0 J Lobato/A Stillwell/K Lyon/T Miller 9 GCH CH Gemstone’s Promise Kept 0 J Decinque/L DeCinque/M Lange/P Hix 10 GCH CH Valhalla’s Ascent At Rochford 1 L Carvaial/J Quick Great Pyrenees 1 GCH CH Rivergroves Coco Mademoiselle J Boyd/M Cox/M Stewart 2 GCH CH Saddle Ridge Power Of Won B Tompkins-Weiss 3 GCH CH Beren’s Hope Of Thorn Hill J Wood/T Franklin 4 GCH CH Honor’s Promise Of The Future B Ducker/K Bruneau 5 GCH CH Pyrless No-Brainer R Garvin/S Garvin 6 GCH CH Impyrial’s Home Run Matsui A Kiell-Green/C Mascuch/K Justin/V Coffm 7 GCH CH Bigrig’s Cadet Polar Bear D Fidler/J Fidler 8 GCH CH Dieudonne William Of Orange N Sharpe/K Simons/P Midgorden 9 GCH CH Rivergroves When Stars Go Blu J Boyd/M Cox/M Stewart 10 GCH CH Talisman’s The Best Is Yet To Come D Dougherty Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs 1 GCH CH Derby’s X Marks The Spot A Mcfadden/D Echols 2 GCH CH Calypso Alex Naughty By Nature C Brown/B Brown/T Brown/A Wilson 3 GCH CH Houha’s Silvio Dante Giovanni M Grunewald/J Grunewald 4 GCH CH Land’s End Penzance Of Kismet C Neuman/H Neuman 5 GCH CH Cornerstone’s Cool Hand Luke J Schottinger/P Cosner 6 GCH CH Twinpeaks Blarney E McWilliams/J Scott 7 CH Painted Mtn’s Over The Limit L Simonsen 8 GCH CH Painted Mtn Oliver Twist Of Fate K Markley/R Markley 9 GCH CH Sunhaven’s Bergi Of Grant’s Farm Manor K Busch/A Busch/B Martinez 10 GCH CH Cherished Heads Up Kidd A Hodge/K Woollard Komondorok 1 GCH CH Meadow View Officer N A Gentleman S Harman/M Harman/J Cupolo 2 GCH CH Nagyalma Unforgettable Too V Mcnelis/N Liebes 3 CH Your The Lovable Won R Collado/A Collado/K Raleigh 4 Zoody’s Where The Boy’s Are N Pasquali/D Cooper/T Pasquali Kuvaszok 1 GCH CH Szumeria’s Wildwood Silver Six Pence M Vila/L Brady/C Muir/C Townsend 2 GCH CH Szumeria’s Sing A Song Of Sixpence L Brady/C Townsend/S Herring 3 GCH CH Double Ring Tarees Dream Machine C Ringering/K Ringering/I Miller/R Mille 4 GCH CH Szumeria’s Lucky Charm L Brady/C Townsend/K Knapp/G Hayes/M Lee 5 GCH CH Mattiaci High Voltage At Glacier Creek D Blank 6 Mauna Kea’s Heart And Soul S Riippa 7 CH Fur Rondies Full Of Spirit J Volkheimer/T Dearborn 8 CH Ederra’s Terra Nova M Arechaederra/S Gilmore

702

22 17 10 4

13799

1 7 5 2

2976

5 2 2 5

2923

2 2 3 3

2664

5 1 5 5

2208

4 2 7 8

2198

2 2 4 2

1946

1 6 6 2

1803

1 3 4 1

1556

2 3 3 3

1290

3 13 10 12 10 7973 2 6 11 9 13 6010 0 6 8 10 7

4764

0 2 4 5 6

2943

0 2 3 5 2

1870

0 0 2 2 4

1286

0 1 1 3 2

1069

0 1 2 2 4

945

0 1 0 4 2

911

0 1 0 3 3

836

0 4 4 3 5

2650

0 0 1 0 2

929

0 1 0 3 1

447

0 0 0 0 1

263

0 0 1 0 0

203

0 0 1 0 0

190

0 0 1 0 0

152

0 0 0 0 1

152

0 0 0 0 1

127

0 0 0 0 1

66

0 2 7 4 12 3909 0 0 2 2 5

1272

0 0 0 0 1

86

0 0 0 0 2

31

17 66 37 16 5

37114

1 1 0 3 2

695

0 2 1 0 3

653

0 2 5 6 2

632

0 1 0 0 0

212

0 0 0 0 1

153

0 0 1 0 0

113

0 0 0 0 1

109

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San Luis Obispo Kennel Club - Saturday - Best of Breed & Group Second Judge Mr. Timothy Doxtater San Luis Obispo Kennel Club - Sunday - Best of Breed & Group Fourth Judge Mr. Donald emslie Santa Maria Kennel Club - Best of Breed & Group First Judge Mr. Bill edwards, pictured ThANK yOu JuDGeS! Dog News 125


The ToP TeN Dogs Based on All-Breed Competition CoNtiNueD FRoM page 122

9 CH Glacier Creek’s Spirit Of The Wind D Blank 10 CH Rebel Ridge Blue Moon I Miller/R Miller Leonbergers 1 GCH CH Valioso Von Alpensee A Lawson/A Rios/A Greendyk 2 GCH CH A. Feiner Eros L Bazlen 3 GCH CH Leodania’s Ma Reggio Di Calabria K Knight 4 GCH CH Kalahari’s Call To Attention J Cook 5 CH Hjerpegarden Star Of Darkness A Samida 6 CH Kwenobe Balfen Shiku P Junehall 7 CH Sentez Jagr B Ford/B Ford 8 CH Renaissance Enrico V Brighteye G Hotze/D Hotze 9 GCH CH Starhavens Gone With The Wind C Cejka 10 GCH CH Desperado’s Bronco Billy RN L Taft Mastiffs 1 GCH CH Jadems Rythm-N-Boo T Woods 2 GCH CH Lazy D’s Bonnie Blue N Walker/C Livingston 3 GCH CH Jadems Oliver Twist J Berning/T Woods 4 GCH CH Lexington Divine’s Put Me In, Coach RN J Sanchez/C Sanchez/M DeLisa/E Tortorell 5 GCH CH Kingmonts Kalifornia Dreamin L Watson/A Page/C Harvey 6 GCH CH Britestar’s Dueling Desperado RN P Wilkinson/B House 7 GCH CH Beowulfs Bit O’Blarney T McKeown-Weaver 8 GCH CH Milleniums Moonshine T Plezbert/C Jones 9 GCH CH Caledonia Isengard Mithril J Gray/E Gray 10 GCH CH Talamascas Big Cheese L Watson/M McGilvery/T Sholes Neapolitan Mastiffs 1 GCH CH Otella Bruto A Gurrola 2 GCH CH Bruno Della Vecchia Roma J Wolf/A Gurrola 3 CH Otella Brutus Della Vecchia Roma T Paratore/J Paratore 4 CH Ikon Della Vecchia Roma J Wolf 5 CH Amazing Love’s Crush L Hershberger Newfoundlands 1 GCH CH Big Dog Farm Oh My Baby Huey L Cole/R Cole 2 GCH CH Cypress Bay Don Juan Demarco C Borklund/J Borklund 3 GCH CH Tempest’s Forecaster O’ Lanikai RN D Bridge/T Bridge 4 GCH CH Pawsinn Threeponds Lancelot V Nguyen/G Dotzman 5 GCH CH Mooncusser Follow The Fleet S Jones 6 GCH CH Seabrook’s Best Man At Pouch Cove R Quartiglia 7 GCH CH Kodiak Acres Name In Bright Lights S Luca/P Morgan/J Rowland 8 GCH CH Windhavens Here’s A Story L Vande Ven 9 GCH CH Kilyka’s King Of Cool S Hope/M Hope 10 GCH CH Bright Str Berrin Charles Jager P Ruegger/R Danielson Portuguese Water Dogs 1 GCH CH Aviators Luck Be A Lady M Dugan/C Dugan 2 GCH CH Spyglass’s Legend Of Bahia M Rembleske 3 GCH CH Aviators Asta Primadona M Davis/B Waters 4 GCH CH Roseknoll’s Emerald Sea P Heath/M Heath/S Teasley/C Teasley 5 GCH CH Fishbay’s Faith Hope And Love L Adams 6 GCH CH Pouch Cove’s Mizrahi C O’Neil 7 GCH CH Vindouro’s By All Means K Weinberg/M Groth 8 GCH CH Navio’s Flower Of The Sea J Parker/P Cazenave/F Cazenave 9 GCH CH Roseknoll Sunny Benjamin C Diamant/C Teasley/S Teasley/E Leyda 10 GCH CH Camlinseadancermakitso Secretariat R Cawley/B Cawley

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0 0 0 0 1

106

0 0 0 1 0

81

1 6 5 17 12 4868 0 2 7 3 11 3441 0 0 2 0 5

962

0 0 1 2 3

556

0 0 0 1 2

368

0 1 0 1 0

296

0 1 0 0 1

270

0 0 0 1 0

213

0 0 0 0 1

94

0 0 0 0 1

80

1 4 13 7 8

5483

2 8 15 6 5

4491

1 10 2 5 6

3704

0 0 5 6 0

2388

0 2 4 7 6

2347

0 1 4 2 2

1032

0 1 1 1 2

549

0 0 1 1 3

321

0 0 0 0 1

273

0 0 0 1 2

237

0 1 1 3 4

1379

0 1 2 1 2

511

0 0 0 1 0

376

0 0 3 0 0

126

0 0 0 0 1

115

1 13 6 8 4

6854

0 6 4 15 6

3804

1 2 3 1 5

3375

1 3 4 3 7

3027

3 4 0 3 1

1548

0 1 1 0 1

1459

0 1 3 2 4

1372

0 3 3 2 2

1370

0 4 1 0 3

1225

0 0 5 4 4

1207

2 6 0 2 1

5251

0 5 8 8 4

3348

0 1 3 3 6

2236

0 1 5 2 3

2039

0 3 4 3 1

2012

0 1 1 5 6

1367

0 1 1 4 2

1010

0 2 1 3 0

964

0 0 1 2 2

850

0 1 4 0 0

832

Rottweilers 1 GCH CH D’Oro Solidos Feliciano Uno D Cabe/H Cabe 2 GCH CH Chancellor Flirt’s Hi Flyin’ Gladiator W Lewellen 3 GCH CH Gamegards Rhythm Of The Rain C Krown/V Weaver/P Marsh/D Rosetta 4 GCH CH Cammcastle’s Friar Tuck RN A O’Brien/V O’Brien 5 GCH CH Parisans Helo Of Riverridge R Ramsour/T Johnston/S Eikanger-Stoops 6 GCH CH Cammcastle’s Kore Elements P Schumacher/S Otto 7 GCH CH Cammcastle’s My Gigolo G Renzulli/W Renzulli 8 GCH CH Avatar White Roses No Shelter From The Storm S Williams-Weinberger/R Robertson 9 GCH CH Precious Gems Clark Kent RE E Jacobson 10 GCH CH Ivoss Rotly Crew V Caloosa Rch CD B Pfefferkorn/D Listander St. Bernards 1 GCH CH Jamelle’s Aristocrat V Elba L Baker/E Baker 2 GCH CH Summerlyn’s Keeping It Real W Buell/J Schart/M Pierce 3 GCH CH Amberdee’s Lion Roars Tonite Of Subira H Dees/T Brown/R Bonito 4 GCH CH Tinkberbells Solid Gold B Leech/S Furgeson/K Parkman 5 GCH CH Danka’s Emerald Eyes D Kaemerer/R Kaemerer 6 GCH CH Trademark’s Zephan A Shook 7 GCH CH Benbaron’s Vinnie Of Eddie J Orr/J Desjandins/P Woods/J Woods 8 GCH CH Alta Vista’s Billion Kilowatt CD RN T Brown/V Brown/W Buell/E Hines 9 GCH CH Mickey III K Welch/C Figueroa 10 GCH CH Marianettes Habitual Vialator M McShane/L Kenney Samoyeds 1 GCH CH Mcmagic’s Candied Ham Of Pebblesrun A Kiell Green/A Green/P McCallum 2 GCH CH Glacier’s N Rowdy’s Czargent Trouble C O’Neill/J O’Neill 3 GCH CH Sammantic Now Or Never B Bruns/W Stamp 4 GCH CH “Stolichnaya” Stoli L Edel/J Augustus 5 GCH CH Elfenbein Sun Dancer B Hosker/D Hosker/J Shea/E Shea 6 GCH CH T-Snow Star’s Beyond Destiny M Willdigg/L Ragsdale 7 GCH CH Rossia’s Denali Star S Markow/E Markow 8 GCH CH Ala-Kasam’s Spirit Of Adventure W Lyle/T Delaney 9 GCH CH Storytales Past Present & Future B King/K King/N King 10 GCH CH Azteca’s Pink Camillia J Luna/P Luna/A Syar Siberian Huskies 1 GCH CH Kontoki’s A Bend In The Road N Wisniewski/J Guin/R Tang/S Kao/M De Pa 2 GCH CH Karnovanda’s Tenzing J Russell/S Hubbach/L Cera 3 GCH CH Dynasty’s Husky Dream Girl H Tang 4 GCH CH Trillium Blue’s Raising The Bar E DeMartino/D Spendle 5 GCH CH Huskavarna’s Destined To Win F Wright/D Wright/G Marcy/P Marcy 6 GCH CH Topaz Silver Lining C French 7 GCH CH Davik’s Snowmist Ice Fox K Leblanc 8 GCH CH Snocrest’s Leone Di Oro S Barkon/M Shveima 9 GCH CH Indigo’s Synama Wood Imp D Qualls/J Duwaldt-Coutu/P Powell/B Mitc 10 GCH CH Paragon’s Red Red Wine T Erickson/K Boyd/L Boyd

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

5 27 33 21 9

17593

4 27 21 6 12 12812 2 12 16 7 7

10738

4 12 6 1 0

6580

2 7 10 1 6

4047

0 5 5 4 0

3248

0 9 3 4 1

2532

0 2 7 4 9

2480

0 6 5 7 3

2023

1 4 2 1 0

1414

0 3 5 11 9

3708

0 2 2 2 7

2056

0 0 0 1 4

720

0 0 2 1 0

535

0 0 0 2 5

535

0 0 0 0 3

515

0 0 1 1 1

389

0 0 0 1 1

367

0 0 0 1 4

356

0 0 1 0 0

283

3 26 18 10 8

16064

1 5 14 16 6

5946

1 12 8 7 4

4830

0 8 4 6 4

2234

1 5 4 2 1

2144

0 2 5 4 4

1924

0 1 2 5 1

1686

0 3 3 4 5

1617

0 2 1 6 2

1429

0 3 0 2 4

1387

3 15 14 8 5

8152

2 12 7 8 6

7772

0 4 7 9 10 3919 0 6 4 5 5

2939

0 5 3 3 4

2520

0 2 5 0 2

2038

0 3 1 5 2

1471

0 1 0 3 8

1396

0 4 3 2 2

1359

0 0 3 1 0

1263

Standard Schnauzers 2 1 GCH CH Pepper Tree Zorro V Morgenwald P Duffee 2 GCH CH Charisma Maxim Von Diable 0 L Adiletti/J Adiletti 3 GCH CH Goarrhein Chateau Palos Shiraz RN TD PT 0 M Just/D Just/E Mohrenweiser/H Mohrenwei 4 GCH CH Shalimars Golden Ticket 1 J Trombley/N Lomando 5 GCH CH Crivitz Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Von Gusto 0 A Shaffer 6 GCH CH Sketchbook Neon Lights 0 L Hansen 7 GCH CH Bardwoods Black Prince 0 B Palmer/L Palmer 8 GCH CH Oregonized Gulf Coast Hurricane 0 K Crist 9 CH Hartgersotten’s Da Vinci Code 0 M Meyer/G Meyer/R Fadick/V Kurowski 10 GCH CH Seneca’s Sterling Midnight Tango 0 G Beeson Tibetan Mastiffs 1 GCH CH Dreamcatcher Major Victory Of Loki D Parsons/W Slayton

10 9 7 11 9288 3 8 8 15 5221 5 12 5 8

4931

5 6 2 6

3019

0 5 1 5

1070

1 4 1 3

1017

2 2 3 3

1014

2 0 5 6

874

0 1 0 0

439

1 0 1 0

399

0 3 7 8 5

3591

2 GCH CH Shang-Hai’s Shadow Of The Cascades P Novarra 3 CH Drakyi Dreamlover R Eichhorn/M Brantley/L Brantley 4 GCH CH Ruff’s Sweet Moonlight Serenade B Lott/B Ruffini 5 GCH CH Drakyi Sagun Kachar C Gordon/L Cain Denk/M Denk 6 GCH CH Samrat Of Saras S Ochsenbein/H Sekhon 7 CH Cfar’s Dbyar Ka Of Arctic Kerberos C DeHaven 8 GCH CH Himalaya’s Apache Eyota Ba’Cho Goshe G Nunnally

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 2 5 5 5

1984

0 2 1 0 1

232

0 0 1 0 0

130

0 0 0 1 0

113

0 0 0 0 1

113

0 0 0 0 1

73

0 0 0 1 1

27

terrier group Airedale Terriers 1 GCH CH Brisline’s Goforit Energizer Bunny G McRae/C Reynolds/B Fakkema/H Piperis 2 GCH CH Epoch’s Time Bandit A Moore/D Moore 3 GCH CH Texter Stronghold Legend L Post/D Post 4 GCH CH Lynaire’s Perfect Storm L Jarvis 5 GCH CH Sherwood’s King Arthur L Bryan/S Bryan 6 GCH CH Joval On Angel’s Wings V Rickard/J Rickard 7 GCH CH Stirling Made Of Honor T Dilworth/J Dilworth 8 GCH CH Victorianne Mr. Big R Buffalo/C Buffalo/A Curtis/F Salas 9 GCH CH Hoorah Ferocious Gentleman Branch K Kurucz/A Gomez 10 GCH CH Victorianne Crimson Sentry D Jonck/E Jonck/A Curtis/J Koskowski

American Staffordshire Terriers 1 GCH CH Castle Rock’s Sbigstaff Mad About You G Brown/R Sampson/D Pesenti 2 GCH CH Alpine’s Highwayman Z Smith/E Thomason/K Thomason/C Lefloch 3 GCH CH Alpine’s Ring Of Fire E Thomason/K Thomason/N Tibay 4 GCH CH Wonderlands Heavily Armed Agitator A Alexander 5 CH Alpine’s Catch Me If You Can Z Smith/E Thomason/K Thomason 6 GCH CH Blue Niles-Ace K Cobb/K Crider 7 GCH CH Fraja Ne Hot Ticket G Brown/R Sampson/K Rudzik/B Gottier 8 GCH CH Alpine’s Lonewolf Whisky River S Killen/L Killen/E Thomason/K Thomason 9 GCH CH Major League’s Silver Slugger C Ward/H Ward 10 GCH CH Celtic’s Quinlynn Greer T McDonald Australian Terriers 1 GCH CH Kambara’s Zebulon A Mitchell/C Mitchell 2 GCH CH Abq San Isidro Christhill K Hill/W Christensen 3 GCH CH Nellyson’s Mr Dont Skip The Zip C Mechalke/J Mechalke 4 GCH CH Ryba’s Nothing But Blue Skies P Levy 5 GCH CH Dreamtime’s Latin Lover R Farmer/M Harban 6 GCH CH Dunham Lake Scout Master T Steinmetz/J Steinmetz/T Goiffon 7 GCH CH Benayr Clay Tucker L Weaver 8 GCH CH Aka Inu Story Teller S Hopkins/K Occhiuti/S Boyd 9 GCH CH Benayr Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo T Nelson 10 CH Temora Ri Diercc J Seaton Bedlington Terriers 1 GCH CH First Class Syrah D’Hermitage J Fogel 2 GCH CH Glaurieus Top Supermodelle L Friesen/W Friesen 3 GCH CH Notice Northern Lights K Johnson-Arbor/S Luczycki 4 GCH CH Hampton Court’s Rhapsody In Blue V Malzoni 5 GCH CH Lamz Heads I Win Tails You Lose L Zembrzuski/G Gilbeau 6 GCH CH Pineriver’s Show Me The Money S Holden/J Berk 7 GCH CH Check Point Charlie Of Celtic Odyssey J Fogel/T Rich 8 CH Tiffianie’s Too Hot To Handle B Redinger 9 GCH CH Kaylynn’s Party Crasher R Beutler/M Strickland/S Beutler 10 GCH CH Peremi Roll The Dyce J Weiskopf/L Nilsson Border Terriers 1 GCH CH Meadowlake Simply Sinful K Courtelis/K Fitzpatrick/J Wilkinson/D 2 GCH CH Devon Lady Simper Fi S Middlebrooks/A Miller/L Miller

0 5 6 9 7

3072

0 4 4 5 3

934

0 2 6 3 1

618

0 0 3 2 2

297

0 1 0 0 0

292

0 2 2 0 1

265

0 0 0 2 0

212

0 1 0 3 1

197

0 0 0 2 2

183

0 0 1 0 1

165

15 66 26 10 6

19390

11 43 21 14 11 18095 2 27 23 19 9

5859

0 4 8 9 10 1222 1 5 1 2 0

944

0 0 3 3 6

490

0 0 1 0 1

192

0 1 1 2 0

182

0 2 2 2 2

171

0 1 1 0 1

149

4 25 20 14 9

7316

0 1 3 5 14 2098 0 2 1 4 4

755

0 1 2 1 3

553

0 0 2 4 3

496

0 2 0 2 4

306

0 0 1 3 3

277

0 0 1 1 3

240

0 0 0 1 1

150

0 0 2 3 1

147

1 4 24 18 10 4448 0 7 10 2 9

1237

0 2 5 4 8

792

0 0 2 8 3

711

0 6 3 7 3

700

0 1 4 5 3

627

0 1 4 3 1

525

0 2 0 4 0 474 0 3 4 1 3

460

0 1 1 1 1

325

6 39 20 8 6

11235

3 27 20 10 8

6730

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The ToP TeN Dogs Based on All-Breed Competition CoNtiNueD FRoM page 126

3 GCH CH Devon Moonshadow Of Marlyn M Title/C McKenzie 4 GCH CH Meadowlake Whistler At Amberly L Leone/K Fitzpatrick 5 GCH CH Meadowlake Overnight Celebrity R Scott/G Scott 6 GCH CH Lyrical’s Shake Your Moneymaker A Hargrave 7 GCH CH Standish’s N Webe Beleve It Or Not K Myers/J Standish/R Maxwell 8 GCH CH Ristle Alley Hoop At Coldstream R Cobussen/G Helmbrecht 9 GCH CH Full Throttle’s Wallace Ablaze S Lomas/D Bartholomay 10 GCH CH Otley Gen. J Logan M Long/S Belson Bull Terriers (Colored) 1 GCH CH Glentom’s You Were Mint For Me T Cournoyer/M Cournoyer/G Wright/J Wrigh 2 GCH CH Old England’s Coco Chanel A Bavol/W Bavol 3 CH Aragon’s Ruffin It At Honeytree P Selk/V Everett/P Grecco/M Bankus 4 CH Twylite Butterfly O Brigadoon C Boley 5 GCH CH Old England’s Falcon A Bavol/W Bavol/D Scheibly/J Scheibly 6 GCH CH Glentom Lebeouf’s Countess Singing Cloud L Cash/G Wright/F Schneider 7 CH Javarke King At Arnolds A Salas/G Anderson 8 CH Rocky Top’s Midnight Special K Morris/M Morris/W Poole/R Poole 9 CH Magor The Minotaur From Stonebull R Macdonald 10 GCH CH Magor Mighty Marauder RN T Mages/G Smith/N Smith Bull Terriers (White) 1 GCH CH Action Chaos I’M So Delicious R Idone/F Berez 2 CH Kilacabar Mystic Moondance C Whitmer/S Whitmer/C Kilpatrick/C Kilpa 3 CH Imperials Truth Hurts J Jones/H Jones/M Bankus 4 GCH CH Corsaire The Courier V Corse/G Anderson 5 CH Bullyhill Kaleco Limited Edition T Troy/R Troy/K Cooke 6 GCH CH Bulliards Good Hearted Woman J Snider/M Long 7 CH Some Okies Knight Of D’Bull A Cox 8 Absolute Heart Throbbing Action F Milteer 9 Magor Remember Me B Dahler/G Smith/N Smith 10 Sinabar And Love Like Crazy E Niehouse/S Frascone/S Belstock Cairn Terriers 1 GCH CH Maverston Double Dutch T Erickson/M Lucier 2 GCH CH Hampton Court’s Ashley V Malzoni 3 GCH CH Hampton Court’s Pick Pocket V Malzoni 4 GCH CH Rocco’s Collar King Carl Xvi Gustaf K Kauffman/W Eckard 5 GCH CH Madison Avenues Jordy Boy L Marshall/H Marshall/P Nicolai/N Guglie 6 GCH CH Cairnbrae’s Highland Sentinel W Rothe/G Rothe 7 GCH CH Cairnforyou Start Spreadin The News D Germany 8 GCH CH Dogwood Treasure Hunter P Davis 9 GCH CH Cherbo Harwood Steele at Harmony K Loken/J Loken 10 GCH CH Terriwood Mojo B Doyle/N Lentgis/K Godwin/T Godwin Dandie Dinmont Terriers 1 GCH CH King’s Mtn. Angelina Ballerina S Hickson/D Chambers-Rau 2 GCH CH Redclay Dreamboat Lieutenant Disher L Chapal/M Menozi 3 GCH CH Pennywise Dirty Dancing C Nelson 4 CH Schooner’s Spirit Of Sherman B Mcdannald/S Mcdannald/P Carr 5 GCH CH New Frontier At Meriglen J Judge/M Wilson 6 CH Clossongrey Wimbleweather M Couto/K Brucker/B Brucker 7 GCH CH Pastime Eloise At The Plaza K Cramer/P Cramer 8 GCH CH Pennylane Professor Hill J Glick/L Glick 9 GCH CH Clossongrey Frankystein K Dorn/L Dorn 10 Holyrood Twilight Time S Dulaney/R Dulaney

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0 2 3 7 8

1606

1 3 5 7 2

1405

0 0 1 6 6

811

0 2 6 5 6

706

0 0 3 1 8

629

0 0 3 4 3

542

0 0 1 6 1

484

0 0 2 6 4

442

0 3 10 10 3

1139

0 0 2 0 1

412

0 4 2 0 0 333 0 0 0 1 1 318 0 0 1 1 1

301

0 2 1 2 1

296

0 0 0 0 1

219

0 0 0 0 1

204

0 4 1 1 2

194

0 0 1 1 1

157

0 0 2 4 10 921 0 1 3 6 8

725

0 1 3 2 3

497

0 0 1 1 0

133

0 0 0 0 1

121

0 0 1 0 1

121

0 0 0 1 1

77

0 0 0 0 1

63

0 1 0 1 0

53

0 0 0 0 1

43

2 17 30 24 10 8202 0 7 6 3 2

2038

0 3 6 5 7

1851

0 2 3 2 1

984

0 1 3 1 3

704

0 0 2 4 2

402

0 2 2 5 6

355

0 0 1 3 3

295

0 0 2 2 0

254

0 0 0 2 2

228

0 0 2 1 2

737

0 1 0 1 2

343

0 0 1 1 2

251

0 3 1 2 1

207

0 0 0 1 1

185

0 0 1 0 0

139

0 0 1 0 0

135

0 0 0 0 2

134

0 0 0 0 1

82

0 0 0 0 1

56

Fox Terriers (Smooth) 1 GCH CH Slyfox Sneak’s A Peek J Smith 2 GCH CH Waybroke Broxden Turning Tanner V Malzoni/A Booth 3 GCH CH Lil’Itch Wedigit Pretty Boy Floyd W Perry/S Hoesman/S Lopez 4 GCH CH Warfox High Mtn Sweetheart L Nelson/S Nelson 5 GCH CH Fortuna De Aiedkii’S S Savini 6 GCH CH High Mountain Everso In Command C Snavely/R Snavely 7 GCH CH Quissex Mouche J Smith/D Gabel 8 GCH CH Wedigit Lil’ Itch Th’ Celebrity S Hoesman/S Lopez 9 GCH CH Nileefox Dirty Idea D Rathgeber/S Rathgeber 10 CH Waybroke Broxden Rudolph Valentano B Ratcliffe/P Booth/A Booth Fox Terriers (Wire) 1 GCH CH Steele Your Heart T Steele/M Roma 2 GCH CH Jadee-Connacht Just You Wait J Diehl/L Manning/K Reges 3 GCH CH Dalriada’s Mystic C Campbell/J Killeen 4 GCH CH Random Ruse K Read 5 CH Burrencroft Special Lad J Murko/S Druga 6 GCH CH Br’Er Fox Grushen’Ka Zabava J Fishbach/C Mouris 7 GCH CH Rangel’s Crown Prince V Malzoni 8 GCH CH Strozzavolpe Wait Until Dark D Heck/T Pavic 9 GCH CH Dalriada Mgk High Voltage K Read 10 GCH CH Graycottage Santeric Fyrestorm C Graham/A Graham

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

19 59 11 6 1

27338

4 45 19 19 7

10038

0 3 8 16 3

1342

1 4 1 4 5

1025

0 1 1 2 1

1016

0 5 6 2 5

911

0 0 2 0 4

845

0 0 2 2 2

518

0 2 4 0 2

464

0 2 3 0 1

295

15 45 24 4 3

24998

0 4 6 1 1

1848

1 10 7 5 3

1694

0 9 6 5 4

1240

1 2 3 4 2

1060

0 2 2 5 1

895

0 1 4 1 6

750

0 3 3 9 4

652

1 2 2 0 2

646

0 0 6 3 1

605

Glen of Imaal Terriers 1 GCH CH Finnabair Song O’My Heart 0 0 M McDaniel/M Ewald 2 GCH CH Coleraine’s Mandalay Royalty 0 1 B Sussman/R Shuter/M High 3 GCH CH Daulton’s Emerald Green 0 0 J Daulton/P Estes/M Greene/C Greene 4 GCH CH Cill Dara’s Fergus Of Daulton 0 0 R Bowness/P Bowness/J Daulton 5 CH Kilkenny’s Sullivan Of Castlerock 0 0 C Chiddister/S Blum 6 GCH CH Kilkenny’s Sine Metu 0 0 M Greene/S Blum/J Blum/C Greene 7 CH Daulton’s Clodagh From Cill Dara 0 0 J Daulton/L Knight/P Estes 8 GCH CH Liberty’s Darren Of Daulton 0 0 P Estes/J Daulton 9 GCH CH Rainbow Springs Wicklow’s Warrior Of Ber -D- 0 0 W Roland/R Roland/M Carty 10 Maille Of Cnoc 0 0 L Nattrass/K Nattrass/L Trainor Irish Terriers 1 GCH CH Sugarbush’s American Girl 4 T Miller/D Miller 2 GCH CH Laochragh’s Clancy 1 K Marsh/K Marsh 3 GCH CH Kells Touch Of Fleet St. 1 A Barker/V Malzoni 4 GCH CH Fleet St. Fenway Fan 1 A Barker/V JNR 5 GCH CH Glenstal’s Standing Ovation 0 J Nash/J Nash 6 GCH CH Rockledge’s Micah Of Meath 0 L Honey/J Wilson 7 CH Sugarbush Sensation 0 N Oneal/T Miller/D Miller 8 GCH CH Limerick’s Annie Sweet Dreams Are Made Of 0 J Wessel/W O’Connor 9 Donedaire’s Silver Lining 0 C Randle 10 GCH CH Granuaile’s Turbulent Tibbott Of Rockfleet 0 S Bednar/D Bednar Kerry Blue Terriers 1 GCH CH Perrisblu Kennislain’s Chelsey E Yingling/L Yingling/C Yingling/B Yingl 2 GCH CH Tontine’s Chance Redemption L Croley/C Dwyer 3 GCH CH Alainn Dugan G Geoghegan/B Geoghegan/S Redmon/C Redmo 4 GCH CH Trozian Onyx At Torum E Yingling/L Yingling 5 GCH CH Torum The Spaniard N Fletcher/D Fletcher 6 GCH CH Krisma’s Lotsa Lottie Da For Liviah L Grier/T Grier/J Deaton/B Inman 7 GCH CH Everglory’s The Sultan Of Swat N Westbrook/L Westbrook/J Lambert 8 GCH CH Heritage Mickey Devine Of Kilgawny J Garahan/K Garahan/W Kearney/C Kearney 9 GCH CH Tontine’s Reaching For The Stars H Hunter/A Retezatu 10 GCH CH Edbrios Stradivari E Randall Lakeland Terriers 1 GCH CH Larkspur Acadia Save Me A Spot A Barker/S Fraser/M Sacco

1 0 5

446

3 0 4

316

0 0 3

101

0 1 0

60

0 0 1

58

0 0 1

41

0 0 1

27

0 0 1

26

0 0 1

24

0 0 1

21

39 20 16 13 9689 9 12 11 6

4205

4 5 4 1

4007

3 3 0 0

1800

0 6 3 3

782

1 1 0 1

287

0 4 2 1

219

0 0 1 0

93

0 0 0 1

80

0 1 1 1 73

4 19 9 4 1

11846

2 8 6 8 7

3037

1 9 10 7 3

2822

1 4 3 0 4

1811

0 6 4 6 3

1077

0 1 8 5 5

1049

1 1 3 0 3

861

0 1 3 3 2

763

0 0 2 3 0

756

0 2 2 2 2

531

3 13 1 5 1

5146

2 GCH CH Talydales Friend Of The Force S Smith 3 GCH CH Iron Van Foliny Home V Malzoni 4 GCH CH Tuscaroran Champ Luna F Lara/P Martinez/H Luna 5 GCH CH Delzar’s Cookie Cutter P Harbison/T Szaras 6 CH Norwest Chatty Cathy M Peterson 7 CH Tooray Tap Dance B Reeves/R Murray 8 CH Hi-Kel Terrydale Fortune Seeker Terrydale Knl/K McIndoe 9 GCH CH Thor-Kourt Kweetbt Tyrakeag M Cohen/B Robinson/F Salas/E Gualtieri 10 Slicey Precious Talisman A Renoud-Grappin Manchester Terriers (Standard) 1 GCH CH Rainsong N Burmack’s Groovy Kind Of Love J Burrows/D Green/A Gerhold/P Mackesey 2 GCH CH Shal-Mar’s Royal Jumpin Jack Flash S Webb/R Webb/P Rank 3 GCH CH Oasis Blue Lagoon S Cafferty 4 GCH CH Burmack’s Whole Lotta Heart J Burrows/P Mackesey 5 CH Y-Not Party Everyday K McClellan/R Osborne/R Osborne 6 GCH CH Shal-Mar’s Mancunian Hot Rock CDX RE J Sampson/M Sampson 7 GCH CH Rum Runners Careless Love Udy J Meister/A Guthrie 8 GCH CH Wilane’s Midnight Rydor R Gates/B Wood/K Brewer 9 GCH CH Redfern’s Super Trooper, Lights Are Gonna B Boskovitch/I Diritsky 10 GCH CH Starfire’s Leave It To Me Of Subira E Hines/B Buell/B Odell Miniature Bull Terriers 1 GCH CH Temris Bully For Me A Nelson 2 GCH CH Dytona Vip M Jacobs/A Klishas/E Feuz 3 GCH CH Evolution’s Educated At Silmaril C Pew 4 GCH CH Bonsai Winning Colors At Bullikountry R Kennedy 5 CH Sterling’s King Of Wendadam G Adkins/B Adkins 6 GCH CH Cambria’s Kid N Play D Guerrero/A Guerrero 7 GCH CH Evolution’s Eddie Izzard S Cummings/B Hainline/K Toomey/J DeGrucc 8 GCH CH Amchara Leading Lady Of Brownstone C Brown-Stone/S Stone 9 CH Pepabp Del Cornijal B Wyckoff/C Ginsberg 10 GCH CH Eggstream Quintessence Exploding Star B McMullen/D McMullen Miniature Schnauzers 1 GCH CH Allaruth Just Kidding V Sole Baye Y Phelps/R Ziegler 2 GCH CH Repitition’s Valedictorian L Sicurella 3 GCH CH Blythewood Full Metal Jacket J Huber 4 GCH CH Belgar’s Desert Sand M Lande/L Harstad 5 GCH CH Rockyhill Icees “Raisin’ The Bar” S Fry 6 GCH CH Tomar’s Captain Morgan M Paisley 7 GCH CH Allaruth Solebay Chipothgoldblok Y Phelps/R Ziegler 8 GCH CH Minuteman Venus Flytrap C McMillan 9 GCH CH Rhapsody’s Oohs & Aahs J Nielsen 10 GCH CH Kwic Dare Me K Colby Norfolk Terriers 1 GCH CH Cracknor Cross The Ts P Beale/E Matell/B Sweigart 2 GCH CH Max-Well’s Rainbow K Kopack/B Miller/S Kipp 3 GCH CH Max-Well’s Red Apple S Kipp/B Miller 4 GCH CH Max-Well’s Violet S Kipp/B Miller 5 GCH CH Lostmtn’s Harry Of Llywydd A Thomas/B Thomas 6 GCH CH Bigwig’s Mack The Knife H Cole/D Hall/C Cole/K Slump 7 GCH CH Venerie’s Regatta Dr. Who P Campbell/R Sutton/P Beale 8 GCH CH Arroyo’s Hit The Jackpot S Jager 9 GCH CH Barnstable Bold Over S Stemmler 10 CH Arroyo’s Kashi With Tenterra N Anderson Norwich Terriers 1 GCH CH Skyscot’s Texas Hold ‘Em S Esposito

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

1 17 8 7 7

1756

0 3 4 10 3

1443

0 1 2 3 1

839

0 2 1 2 3

330

0 0 1 1 1

315

0 1 1 1 0

302

0 0 2 1 1

228

0 0 2 3 2

211

0 0 1 0 2

198

0 1 5 1 6

822

0 0 1 4 2

384

0 0 2 1 1

303

0 0 1 4 0

265

0 0 1 3 1

248

0 0 0 0 4

244

0 1 1 3 3

239

0 0 3 0 3

212

0 2 1 0 7

199

0 0 1 1 1 177 4 23 12 17 12 6936 2 6 2 0 1

1834

0 1 1 1 7

549

0 0 1 2 1

541

0 1 5 4 5

490

0 3 0 0 0

380

0 2 1 2 3

257

0 1 1 1 0

210

0 0 0 0 2

162

0 0 0 0 2

141

0 5 7 8 6

2351

0 4 10 6 6

2065

0 2 2 8 5

932

0 6 4 5 5

907

0 2 4 4 9

901

0 1 2 4 3

660

0 1 2 1 0

555

0 1 3 1 2

518

1 1 0 2 0

496

0 0 1 2 0

406

6 48 28 16 13 14278 1 8 8 8 9

2760

1 10 6 11 4

2563

0 8 6 6 3

2069

0 0 0 3 6

683

0 5 5 4 4

669

0 0 1 0 0

453

0 1 2 1 5

443

0 0 3 2 5

385

0 1 0 0 0

173

3 15 15 7 19 5512

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GCh.Tri llium Blue’s

Raising The BaR

...the name says it all.

“If I were to run a dog sled team, this is the Siberian I would want to lead.” —Judge Mrs. Jean Fournier, Lifetime Achievement Award Winner to be presented at the 2011 AKC/Eukanuba National Championship Thank you Judge Mrs. Fournier and all the others who awarded Jerry Group Wins and Placements!

Breeder & Owner: Elizabeth DeMartino

Handler: Charles Coomes Dog News 131


132 Dog News


Dog News 133


The ToP TeN Dogs Based on All-Breed Competition CoNtiNueD FRoM page 130

2 GCH CH Waiterock Jack Falstaff C Harper 3 GCH CH Fly’N High’s Sonic Boom S Jones 4 GCH CH Itsy Bitsy Troubadour T Willrich/G Willrich 5 GCH CH Foxwood Chasing A Dream K Mines/A Kress 6 GCH CH Huntwood’s Joy Ride Of Moorcroft J Kinney/L Kinney/S Kipp 7 GCH CH Maystar’s Coast To Coast D Vogt/S Vogt 8 GCH CH Skyscot’s Poker Chip C Dodwell 9 GCH CH Itsy Bitsy Rocky Mountain High T Willrich/G Willrich 10 GCH CH Janoras Red Skye Delight N Braun Parson Russell Terriers 1 GCH CH Foxbend Colour Me More J Gardner/D Rapport/D Bryson 2 GCH CH Telltale Red Rock Joint Adventure C Florence 3 GCH CH Posey Canyon No Brainer! T Stanczyk/R Stanczyk 4 GCH CH Orejac Roustabout J Caulk 5 CH Fox Valley Twist & Shout J Felten 6 GCH CH Snow Winds Batteries Not Included M Strom-Bernard 7 GCH CH Cobblestones Six Million Dollar Man M Asher/M Asher/S Chase 8 GCH CH Brillwood Be A Man L Edwards/J Ramming/J Miller 9 GCH CH Snow Wolf’s Great Expectations D Nunn/C Nunn/M Strom-Bernard 10 CH Plentiful Run Summer Of Love JE M King Scottish Terriers 1 GCH CH Lomondview Clementina D Eggert/J Eggert 2 GCH CH Mcvan’s Be Bop Baby V Huber/R Cross 3 GCH CH Friendship Hill Stars And Stripes P Gallatin/M Browne 4 GCH CH Anstamm Maryscot No Speed Limit M Duarte/M O’Neal/Anstamm Knl 5 GCH CH Slievecroob Micolene W Kamai 6 GCH CH Mcvan’s Sentimental Journey V Huber/R Cross/J Lewis 7 Dynasty’s Br Donald Rockfeller J Valle/M Amaral 8 GCH CH Mcvan’s Light Of My Life A Hosakul/K Kinloch 9 GCH CH Woburn Camelot Unbridled Spirit D Russell/S Russell 10 GCH CH Jacglen’s Forever Present J Forkel/R Forkel/T Durrette Sealyham Terriers 1 GCH CH Efbe’s Goodspice Easy Money F Bergeron/M Good 2 GCH CH Goodspice Fergus Pepper T Fraser/F Bergeran 3 CH Thunder Rd Hollywood Nites H Browne 4 CH Sterling Wings For Wynn RN C Echelbarger/L Echelbarger 5 CH Snowbob Mischief Maker D Gartenlaub 6 GCH CH Goodspice Brawny Brehannon J Friedel/K Kauffman 7 CH Slyfox Ferrari Red At Fanfare L Tennet 8 GCH CH Shshown Moonlight Serenade Of Dubwyre R June/J Thill/D Francois 9 CH Dubwyre Mystical Interlude Of Shshown R June/J Thill/D Francois 10 CH Efbe’s Goodspice Easy Rider J Miller/F Bergeron Skye Terriers 1 GCH CH Cragsmoor Buddy Goodman C Koch/V Malzoni 2 GCH CH Highlanders Stuart Royalist P Zeller 3 GCH CH Solana Big Lebowski M Shiue 4 GCH CH Gleanntan Glindathegoodwitch Gleanntan Knl 5 GCH CH Talakan Trumpeter Swan J Davis 6 GCH CH Jay-Roy Byrne ‘N Hot For You D Salandro 7 GCH CH Kuhl Breeze Lil’ Less Talk D Ridley/D Divis/E Ridley 8 CH Olivia’s Victory For O’Skye H Van de Water 9 CH Gallondean Moonshine J Degnan/L Weber/P Zeller

134 Dog News

0 5 10 9 6

4040

1 6 11 9 2

2230

0 8 9 4 2

1772

0 4 5 5 14 1665 0 7 7 5 6

1589

0 0 4 11 7

1042

1 5 0 1 0

675

0 0 2 7 2

624

1 1 0 2 0

607

2 4 15 11 10 3477 0 2 2 5 3

712

0 5 3 5 2

502

0 0 1 3 2

249

0 1 0 0 1

205

0 2 0 0 3

170

0 0 0 0 1

76

0 0 1 1 0

62

0 0 0 0 1

60

0 0 0 0 1

58

5 54 43 17 7

15660

2 17 7 6 6

5000

1 12 17 8 7

3753

0 0 1 4 2

941

1 13 2 0 0

574

0 2 0 2 4

526

1 1 1 0 0

399

0 0 3 1 2

394

0 0 2 5 1

352

0 1 1 2 1

350

2 14 15 19 9

8375

0 2 6 3 2

772

0 3 2 2 3

441

0 1 0 0 1

162

0 0 0 1 1

103

0 0 0 0 1

59

0 0 0 1 0

47

0 0 0 1 0

39

0 0 0 0 1

28

0 0 1 1 0

24

14 99 11 7 1

21734

0 8 4 8 8

1398

0 4 4 8 4

896

0 1 1 3 6

650

0 0 1 4 3

608

0 1 4 4 5

589

0 1 3 3 4

470

0 0 0 1 1

133

0 0 0 2 0

103

10 CH Seamist Big Man In Town CD RE E Hersey/S Hersey

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers 1 GCH CH Doubloon’s Salt Of The Earth E Landa 2 GCH CH Gleanngay Legend Of The Grail S Leonard 3 GCH CH Dundalk Put Me In Coach C Burdge/B Zapf 4 GCH CH Sho-Well’s Bree’s Boy Toy K Elliot 5 GCH CH Sundance Second Chance S Russo/F Russo 6 GCH CH Andover Solista J Gottlieb/D Holy 7 GCH CH Lindystar’s Life Of Riley S Sowmick/K Williams 8 GCH CH Ltd. Edition Dempsey’s Legacy A Rudolph/M Flores/G Arthur 9 Glenamon No Time To Lose S Amon/S Amon/A Amon 10 GCH CH Rosheen Acacia Go For Broke M Lopez/B Smith Staffordshire Bull Terriers 1 GCH CH Angranian Derry Mucker Z Smith/A Owen 2 GCH CH Homebrewed Page Three Girl L Craig 3 GCH CH Prada Classic Aranisle At Donnellas P Briasco/P Briasco/R Hopkinson/D Hopkin 4 GCH CH Mustang Sally’s Dream Boy D Rashke/P Rashke 5 GCH CH Cumhil Hell Raiser Z Smith 6 GCH CH Classy Staffys An Outlaw Gang RN L Heimbuch/S Edinger/K Edinger 7 GCH CH Jaxstock’s Life Of Crime C Jacksic 8 GCH CH Serenity’s Road To Glory D Santora/A Santora 9 GCH CH Agoe Apache D Ferrin/D Merritt/E Day 10 GCH CH Glenmar’s Little Deuce Coupe V Dunham/M Goethals Welsh Terriers 1 GCH CH Saredon It Had To Be You V Malzoni 2 GCH CH Bruhil’s First Lady B Schwartz 3 GCH CH Brightluck’s Prancing Pirate SE R Hunt/D Hunt 4 GCH CH Bayleigh Shaireab’s Pinball Wizard K Bailey/S Abmeyer/M Steuer 5 GCH CH Bayleigh Shaireab’s Super Hero M Jacobs/K Bailey/S Abmeyer 6 GCH CH Abbeyrose Jersey Boy M Duafala/P Allen 7 GCH CH Shaireab’s Bayleigh Just The Ticket S Abmeyer/K Bailey/P Clark 8 GCH CH Hapitails Lady Guinevere At Teritails T Lohmuller 9 GCH CH Darwyn Bruhil’s Flying Circus L Hotchin 10 GCH CH Shaireab’s Bayleigh Look At Me M Jacobs/K Bailey/S Abmeyer West Highland White Terriers 1 GCH CH Snowy River’s Avalanche JE C Higginbotham/K Simmons/T McCain/M Higg 2 GCH CH Laurelwynds Bekka O Sweetsounds D Singletary/W Singletary/R Ernst/S Erns 3 GCH CH Bar Dan Remington Steele P Davidson 4 GCH CH Deerhaven An Heir About Him E Jandt/T Pancost 5 GCH CH Glenbrittle ‘The Oringinator’ Of Trouble R McCaskill 6 GCH CH Blythefell Fergus C Hufnagel 7 GCH CH Glennhaven’s Danny Boy O’ Donnybrook F Askin/B Miran 8 GCH CH Sudoeste’s Aid And Abet N Stalnaker 9 GCH CH Camcrest Up On The Rooftop At Rime W Sanders/A Sanders 10 GCH CH Deerhaven Hez Justin Kredible At Orion D Bouderra/J Kays/G Kays/I Keushgenian

0 2 3 0 0

TOTAL

82

0 3 10 5 5

2573

1 1 0 4 7

1167

0 1 3 6 4

814

0 1 1 1 6

479

0 0 1 2 5

287

0 0 0 0 2

154

0 0 1 0 0

126

0 0 0 1 0

93

0 0 0 1 0

87

0 1 1 0 0

87

1 6 4 3 11 2519 0 13 10 12 11 2271 1 5 7 5 2

2216

0 3 5 5 5

899

0 0 3 9 5

701

0 0 1 1 2

360

0 0 2 2 5

353

0 0 2 0 2

328

0 0 7 1 1

326

0 1 0 6 1

296

1 22 6 7 6

4187

2 7 5 7 4

4039

0 9 10 17 11 3919 0 15 18 10 5

3917

1 4 5 2 1

2804

0 17 11 1 0

1433

0 3 5 4 5

861

0 5 3 3 4

737

0 0 4 1 1

324

0 1 2 0 0

233

1 9 3 3 6

2099

1 2 3 3 2

1366

0 1 5 8 8

1245

0 6 2 5 2

1018

0 1 3 4 6

758

0 1 0 0 2

626

0 0 2 2 1

480

0 0 0 1 2

413

0 0 0 2 2

283

0 0 1 1 6

275

toy group Affenpinschers 1 GCH CH Banana Joe V. Tani Kazari Z Truesdale/M Cooymans 2 GCH CH Tamarin Top Banana M Kahlo 3 GCH CH Ferlin’s It’s All About Me L Ferris 4 GCH CH Winterkloud Winston D Gehnert/L Bitz/M Peat 5 CH Induna Oliver Twist S Jones/C Carlyle/S Hill/A Romero 6 CH Xela’s Party Hat S Jones/S Hill/A Romero 7 Champagne Charly V. Tani Kazari V Phrukwattanakul/M Cooijmans 8 CH Carmichan Kit N Caboodle For Balata S Lex/J McEvoy

29 103 32 7 3

47556

10 58 21 8 6

21807

0 3 1 5 1

1378

0 3 1 4 2

1243

0 1 2 2 0

682

0 1 0 2 1

542

0 0 2 1 1

481

0 0 2 1 0

368

9 CH Induna’s Ink Spot C Duran/L Duran 10 CH Hanuman V. Tani Kazari R Brandon Brussels Griffons 1 GCH CH Knolland Amber Moon S Kipp/B Wyckoff/C Ginsberg 2 GCH CH Cashnross’ First Griff Tina Fey F Cashin/C Ross 3 GCH CH Endor And Donandru’s New Moon R Pereira 4 GCH CH Chismick’s Lights On Broadway K Jaeger/M Jaeger 5 GCH CH Aberglen Hilltop Rope Trix J Achord 6 GCH CH Jimijo’s Bare With Me J Adamson/K Jacobson 7 CH Tregoad’s Reflective L Boyes 8 GCH CH Raja Got An Xtra Boost At Norbest B Yoakum/L Vanderpool 9 CH Fist Face’s Woot Woot R Vance/L Vance 10 GCH CH Jo-Li I’M A Tease B Strange Cavalier King Charles Spaniels 1 GCH CH Miletree Northern Star B Henry/S Henry/B George 2 GCH CH Full Of Malarkey Miles Of Aisles T Kelly/P Kelly 3 GCH CH Sheeba Mark Twain I Cahn/K Ostmann/M Treacy 4 GCH CH We-Syng Royal Etiquette G Reardon/N Wright 5 GCH CH Kavalor Fenway Park K Galipeault/R Galipeault/C Barnes 6 GCH CH Mcytation Irish Blessing M Mc Cormick 7 GCH CH Stepamgar King Of Memphis L Shreffler/J Shreffler 8 GCH CH Karlees Pryme Tyme At Bar-Jon J Ioia/C Rose/D Petralia/K Rose 9 GCH CH Mondrian V.H. Lamslag CD RE J York 10 GCH CH Bekenhall Jailhouse Rock F Hall Chihuahuas (Long Coat) 1 GCH CH Kokura Yama Jp Emirio K Yama/L George 2 GCH CH Kokura Yama Jp Silent Rose K Yama 3 GCH CH Silver Bluff Rolls Royce B Fischer/S Weigand 4 GCH CH Dragon Lair Wildrose Mojo Risin L Jin 5 GCH CH Phareview Pleasant Effect S Mollnar/J Phariss 6 GCH CH Krispin On The Fly J Krieger/R Krieger/J Thibault 7 GCH CH Victory Mask Of Zorro K Hulstein/S Hartwig 8 GCH CH Riptide’s Did Ja Know? c mccarthy 9 GCH CH Taradona Flash Harry D Delaney/T Jackson/B Gall/S Gall 10 GCH CH Tradewinds Power Broker B Custodio Chihuahuas (Smooth Coat) 1 GCH CH Ayrwen Star Kissed Delight G Johnson/A Johnson 2 GCH CH Heavenly’s Darling Dana A Ray 3 GCH CH Baroque Creme De Cassis M Hamilton 4 GCH CH Sand-Man’s Obsidian M Pesina/S Pesina/E Vandermolen/D Newcom 5 GCH CH Rafina Designer Genes J Christiansen 6 GCH CH Conin Baay M Blank/L George 7 GCH CH Carryon For No Reeson M Ufford 8 GCH CH Step Aside Please S Werner/G Schroll 9 GCH CH Hallmark’s Fort Coupe R Metzker/W Lascelles/J Hopper 10 GCH CH Genbrook’s Playin’ With Fire B Kaye/G Stiles

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 0 2 2 0

213

7 27 14 9 7

10394

1 25 17 14 7

9437

0 7 4 2 5

2155

0 2 6 7 2

1754

0 1 1 3 5

1062

0 3 1 1 2

1045

0 0 0 0 3

242

1 2 0 0 0 1028 0 1 1 0 4

520

0 0 1 2 1

402

0 1 1 1 0

375

7 30 33 20 9

14052

3 13 6 8 3

7621

1 8 13 16 17 7132 0 1 9 5 3

2452

0 4 6 5 9

2254

0 0 3 2 8

2183

0 2 6 6 4

2163

0 2 3 8 4

1764

0 2 2 7 4

1521

0 4 2 0 3

1197

1 9 6 8 3

3467

0 3 4 4 8

3036

0 0 3 7 10 2607 0 1 4 2 1

1119

0 1 4 1 5

1106

0 1 6 1 4

948

0 0 1 3 4

816

0 0 2 3 2

614

0 0 1 1 1

585

0 1 0 1 2

524

6 24 23 7 7

13194

1 4 3 5 3

1973

0 1 1 3 2

902

0 0 1 0 6

882

0 0 4 0 0 725 0 0 0 0 6

636

0 0 0 1 2

530

0 1 0 2 2

518

0 0 0 4 0

476

0 0 0 0 3

439

Chinese Crested 1 GCH CH Kamikazi’s Hot Sake 0 5 5 6 8 3414 J Kusumoto/R Kusumoto/M Miyagawa/T Miyag 2 GCH CH Whisperinglane Should’Ve Beena Cowboy 1 2 6 0 3 2840 M Boyd/C Cisar 3 GCH CH Crestline Butters Scotch 1 2 2 1 1 1375 M Vila 4 GCH CH Gingery’s Sweet Tea 0 0 4 0 2 1222 A Butterklee/B Cleveland/V Helu 5 GCH CH Legends Stop The Press At Zhen 0 2 1 1 3 1182 C Clouse/B Thompson/K Dutreil/A THOMPSON 6 GCH CH Silvercreeks Friendship Is Golden 0 1 4 1 2 878 T Henry/T Golden 7 GCH CH Hampton Court’s Party Time At Legend 0 0 1 5 1 726 V Malzoni 8 GCH CH Shaken’s Let It Ride 0 2 2 0 1 718 S Lundrigan/K Lundrigan 9 GCH CH Meesah’s Best Buddy 0 0 0 5 4 697 M Tosh 10 GCH CH Risin’Star Million Dollar Baby 0 0 1 2 3 627 CoNtiNueD oN page 138 P Charen/P Martin/J Miller


The Second Sex A Girl’s Place Is On Top!

Molly

Watch for this exciting young bitch in the specials ring.

Bred by Camelot - Clayton Heathcock Handled by David Bueno 64 Dog News

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136 Dog News


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*The Dog News Top Ten List - Breed points

Dog News 137


THE top ten DOGS Based on All-Breed Competition Continued FROM page 134

English Toy Spaniels (Blenheim & Prince Charles) 1 GCH CH Loujon Backroads To Paris C Williams/J Ward/K Miller 2 GCH CH Royalist Ready To Reign D Johnson/J Haverick/J Hubbard/W Holbroo 3 GCH CH Cheri-A Wingo Lord Nelson J Wood/W Goddyn 4 GCH CH Southdown Now Or Never B Van Deman 5 GCH CH Madde’s Eli-Fran Aristocrat D Bell 6 GCH CH Cheri-A Wingo Lord Olivier S Hill/M Hill/S Jones 7 CH Loujon Thornwood Little Jacob K Miller/J Ward/C Williams 8 CH Carousel N’ Southdown Never More G Roy/B Van Deman English Toy Spaniels (King Charles & Ruby) 1 GCH CH Southdown Nonetheless B Van Deman 2 GCH CH Sanchi Chocopologie B Miller 3 GCH CH Lto Prosperity R Cole/M Landers 4 GCH CH Southdown Nevermind B Van Deman 5 CH Suruca Holyoke Texas Two Step B Sterling/S Sterling 6 GCH CH By Design Mudslide M Dullinger 7 CH Novel All Aquiver S Hepler 8 GCH CH Loujon Suruca Last Issue K Miller/S Jackson/M Jaeger/C Williams Havanese 1 GCH CH Bellatak Mcdreamy J Oakes/C Shea/K Patrick/T Patrick/J Sam 2 GCH CH Askin Steppin’ To The Bad Side L Curtis/E Curtis 3 GCH CH Fuzzy Farm Qbin Who’s On First S Lawrence/A Lawrence 4 GCH CH Harbor’s Petunia Pinkle Bottom C Field/H Bennett 5 GCH CH D’VA’s Spellbound In Motion S Johnston/D Hinkle/B Ehlers 6 GCH CH Adorabull That’s Better Than Sex S Lucas/P Lucas/D Scheiris/D Scheiris 7 GCH CH Marcosa’s Slip Slidin’ Away H Kolzow/C Kolzow/D Chambers 8 GCH CH Yup’s N Mylad’s It’s Complicated L Goebel 9 GCH CH Janjems Party Animal J Wahl 10 GCH CH Oeste’s Havnfun Playin An Outlaw M King/R Schindler/J Vogel Italian Greyhounds 1 GCH CH Bo-Bett’s Open Button C Harris 2 GCH CH Everafter’s Best Bet Yet S Middlebrooks/A Brooks/J Maleck 3 GCH CH Cantex Gris Gris Sonofa Doc B Broom/T Mayers 4 GCH CH Valentino Thanks A Latte K Leisz/S Leisz/M Lucas 5 GCH CH Deerfield’s Local Hero D Wallace/A Shute 6 GCH CH Lorac All The Way C Wiedmer 7 GCH CH Maplewood’s Aces And Eights M Caton 8 GCH CH Deerfield’s Jackson Cage P DiMaggio/D Wallace/G Dimaggio 9 GCH CH Caliente’s Maker’s Mark Of Bravehound J Milko/D Milko 10 GCH CH Honore’s Answr’D Prayer-A Bravehound J Milko Japanese Chin 1 GCH CH Kelaury Good Luck From We-Syng L Bertani/N Wright/A Free 2 GCH CH Chindale’ Oriental Infusion J Stevens/M Wooldridge 3 GCH CH Cin-Don On The Road Again B Merritt 4 GCH CH Deco’s Guide To Style K White/M White/M Burr 5 GCH CH Teabear’s Knighthawk L Kopatch 6 GCH CH Kaminari’s Maximum Impact B Speight/W Crumpler/K Lockyer/T Lockyer 7 GCH CH Touche Heady’s Black Orchid D Heady 8 GCH CH Marquis Tiz Kruz’ N For Hotties B Reese 9 GCH CH Chic Yes We Can At Joyal V Dovellos/C Hines/J Vasques 10 CH Nisyros Al Pachino J Stevens/M Wooldridge/I Watt/D Anderson

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1 17 21 9 9 8273 4 14 20 6 8 6730 0 2 6 6 7 2788 0 0 1 6 6 719 0 2 1 0 2 714 0 0 3 1 2 490 0 1 0 0 0 58 0 0 0 0 1 50 1 1 3 0 4 1989 0 0 2 2 1 500 0 1 0 2 1 499 0 1 0 1 1 229 0 0 1 0 1 222 0 0 0 1 2 184 0 0 1 0 1 170 0 0 0 1 0 51 1 18 19 10 7 9179 0 6 7 11 7 4459 0 8 13 13 17 4253 0 2 9 12 10 3888 2 5 5 5 9 3561 2 5 6 4 4 3197 0 4 9 10 8 2997 0 2 7 5 4 2241 1 3 4 6 3 2211 0 1 6 1 3 1446 0 9 25 25 4 8943 0 3 9 6 11 3236 0 1 0 5 1 978 0 0 3 1 2 835 0 0 3 0 3 618 0 1 1 0 2 494 0 1 3 2 1 489 0 1 0 2 2 488 0 0 1 2 1 449 0 0 0 1 2 434 1 8 13 15 11 8482 3 6 9 6 5 4007 0 4 2 3 13 2243 0 0 5 4 4 2042 0 2 2 6 7 1315 0 0 0 3 5 1058 0 0 0 5 5 918 0 2 4 2 2 856 1 1 0 2 1 642 0 0 2 1 1 615

Maltese 1 GCH CH Rhapsody’s Regarding Henry T Holibaugh 2 GCH CH Ta-Jon’s Just Bee-Ing Silly T Simon/T Lehman 3 GCH CH Scylla’s Small Kraft Re-Lit D Burke/R Scott/T Rowell 4 GCH CH Seabreeze Caribbean Sun Calling S Bingham-Porter 5 GCH CH Chrisman’s Shiny Toy Gun A MacKenzie/K Mac Kenzie 6 GCH CH Rolling Glenn’s Baby Bear A Glenn 7 GCH CH Animalatina Dell’Antica Storia D Burke/R Scott/T Rowell 8 CH Ta-Jon’s Sunny Side Up T Simon 9 GCH CH Mollydear’s Schubert Impromptu V Yanez 10 CH Ta-Jon’s Bee Pawsitive S Bourbeau Manchester Terriers (Toy) 1 GCH CH Cottage Lake’s Bela Horizonte R Travis/M Charger 2 GCH CH Old Bays Braziliance At Poricia P Hall/K Hamilton 3 GCH CH Rosewood Casanova D Texter/P Rank/B Hodges 4 GCH CH Heaven Hi’s Cornerstone B Jenkins 5 GCH CH Fwaggles Mixed Blessing K Cornell 6 GCH CH Evrmor’s Ruby Of Burmack M Fox/P Mackesey/M Miller/J Morgan 7 GCH CH Fwaggles Tragically Hip C Horowitz 8 GCH CH Rumor’s Moon Dust Deva V Kcm K McClellan/A Watkins 9 CH Rumor’s Stepping Stone C Henning 10 CH Thunderhills Irish Cream At Burmack M Miller/M Miller/J Burrows/P Mackesey Miniature Pinschers 1 GCH CH Marlex Classic Red Glare A Angelbello/L Monte 2 GCH CH Brackley He’s My Warrior M Henricks/G Wittmeier/W Boyette 3 GCH CH Kimro’s Dora The Explorer K Pastella Calvacca/A Calvacca/R Greenslade 4 GCH CH Rexroth’s All Fired Up L Walter 5 GCH CH Beall’s Jr V Copperspur J Leigh/J Stout-Reynolds 6 GCH CH Marlex Kisa Wildfire K Noel/J Wilds/A Angelbello 7 GCH CH Windwalker Call In The Clowns L Dewey/P Dewey 8 GCH CH Dar-Rich Sirius’ Einstein V-Redbarns J Ward 9 GCH CH Flashfires Frozen Asset K Swilling/R Swilling 10 GCH CH Windwalker V Baker Lady Briana R Mills/S Baker/N Shepherd Papillons 1 GCH CH Copella’s Rising Attraction M Mosing/P Cox/C Pickett 2 GCH CH Lafford Fly Me Too Farleysbane E Vandermolen/S Newcomb 3 GCH CH Wildfire On The Verge M Mosing/C Pickett/A Pickett 4 GCH CH Wingssong Rock Star P Jones 5 GCH CH Domino’s Pandemonium L Temerato/L Domino/E Vandermolen/S Newc 6 GCH CH Titian’s Risky Business R Navarre/M Navarre/T Mcintyre/C Fredric 7 GCH CH Marrics Truth Be Told M Smith/M Wyrens 8 GCH CH Flashpoint’s Celebration R Greathouse/C Taylor/M Perry/E Akers-Pe 9 GCH CH Sjelle Marimars And The Beat Goes On S Lundebjerg/M Maher 10 GCH CH Starquest’s Show Me The Money L Fox-Mann/S Edwards Pekingese 1 GCH CH Palacegarden Malachy I Love/S Middlebrooks/D Fitzpatrick 2 GCH CH Windemere’s Dusting Of White At Pevyne J Sanchez/C Sanchez/J Thoms/C Koch 3 GCH CH Benaire’s N Elphasun’s Razzmatazz D Greenwald/C Greenwald 4 GCH CH Dunkirk Copyright A Castro/T Reese/R Winters 5 GCH CH Windemere’s Different Shade Of White J Thoms 6 GCH CH Dunkirk Center Stage J Jacobsen/S Marotto/T Reese/R Winters 7 GCH CH Oakhill’s Two Times The Dragon J Franklin/B Royer 8 GCH CH Briar-Mar American Gigolo At Vannjty E Poole/D Poole/S Shephard 9 GCH CH Pequest Love Conquers All T Jenkins/V Hedrick 10 GCH CH Coodeefoo Rumble N’ Roar E Hinson/R Ferguson Pomeranians 1 GCH CH Cr Simply Irresistible M Koga 2 GCH CH Powerpom High Performance P Pongsak

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 23 35 26 12 11454 8 30 17 3 6 11076 1 8 7 10 4 4571 0 5 0 6 0 1721 0 2 2 1 2 916 0 1 0 1 5 825 0 1 3 2 0 728 0 1 1 1 1 602 0 0 1 1 1 425 0 0 0 1 1 326 1 5 5 6 6 2802 0 1 4 11 6 2232 0 4 3 4 4 1954 0 1 3 2 7 1242 0 0 1 2 1 709 0 1 0 2 2 588 0 0 0 1 3 480 0 1 1 0 2 422 0 0 0 0 3 279 0 0 1 0 1 265 20 70 19 10 8 29871 4 21 12 7 5 7990 1 13 22 18 7 5896 1 2 1 0 2 1208 0 0 4 3 3 1083 0 0 0 3 2 708 0 2 0 2 3 704 1 1 1 3 0 564 0 1 0 2 2 511 0 0 1 2 0 505 2 32 27 17 11 13215 4 17 15 13 6 7215 1 5 7 2 7 3402 0 5 6 10 10 3326 0 2 8 4 8 2013 1 6 1 2 2 1624 1 1 2 1 2 1109 0 1 4 2 3 1071 0 0 0 5 4 1035 0 1 2 1 3 673 47 107 21 2 2 58275 1 20 20 14 21 12092 1 8 11 7 14 5417 0 6 13 13 3 4728 0 2 3 5 7 1755 0 0 3 6 3 1383 0 2 0 2 1 869 0 1 1 0 1 464 0 0 1 0 2 450 0 0 0 0 2 321 1 34 13 8 12 10787 3 9 5 0 1 8389

3 GCH CH Char’s Secret Obsession C Meyer 4 GCH CH Cliffrose Call Of The Dove K Morris/R Smith/M Smith 5 GCH CH Expression It Is What It Is P Clark/J Freia 6 GCH CH Pufpride Somewhere In Time L Beard/V Dimick 7 GCH CH Starfire’s Vini Vidi Vici J Cabrera/F Arienti 8 GCH CH Bar-Net Rocky Road Of Samron L Beard/P Barnett/N Smart 9 GCH CH Lana’s Jive Talkin’ L Price 10 GCH CH Wilhoite N Rodi’s Golden Boy M Wilhoite Poodles (Toy) 1 GCH CH Barclay Belstar Tinkilees Buddy M Usher/K Hermann/L Morgan 2 GCH CH Smash Jp Moon Walk Y Omura 3 CH Smash Jp Sakura R Scott/D Burke 4 GCH CH Sharbelle Just For Fun R Stevens/S Stevens 5 GCH CH Paperbirch Dbara Bit Of A Maverick P Lorenz/B Conley/R Britton 6 GCH CH Smash Jp Winning Ribbon J Steinhour 7 GCH CH Hosanna Danica Dancing In The Rain P Stabler 8 GCH CH Debrock’s Avra On 48th M Waldrop/C Waldrop 9 CH Valcopy C Lyn Kitn On The Go L Mckee/D Plonkey/L Anderson 10 GCH CH Kays And Farthing’s Cash Flow C Dallas Pugs 1 GCH CH Caper’s Sirius Endeavor P Fisher/C Fisher/J Rowell/L Rowell 2 GCH CH Kenshei And That’s The Way It Is M Feltenstein 3 GCH CH Foursquare I’Ll Be A Shostopa Tu D Johnson/J Johnson 4 GCH CH Riversong’s Doc Holiday C Koch 5 GCH CH Dynasty’s Shooter Of The Pines J Boatman/D Carnell 6 GCH CH Mianda’s Secret Pocket J Bale-Woodside/R Robles 7 GCH CH San Remo’s Tug Of War B Glazer/M Glazer 8 GCH CH Rose’s TKO C Rose 9 GCH CH Patriot’s Running Bull C Koch 10 GCH CH Brazos River Not A Mystery S Ayers/J Huff

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 6 4 7 11 2977

0 4 4 5 2 2454 0 2 5 3 5 1678 0 3 3 2 1 1559 1 2 1 0 2 1435 0 1 6 2 5 1293 0 0 3 2 2 1219 0 2 2 2 2 1127 0 6 12 5 7 3911 0 4 7 2 1 1773 0 0 2 3 3 960 0 1 2 3 1 867 0 2 2 4 1 855 0 3 2 2 4 851 0 1 0 3 2 822 0 0 2 3 1 633 0 0 0 0 3 516 0 0 0 1 1 432 11 42 25 16 10 20897 1 14 27 14 6 8814 3 12 7 12 6 5357 1 10 7 4 4 3599 1 8 8 5 4 3240 0 3 7 8 3 2746 1 4 2 3 1 2650 0 5 4 5 1 2476 0 4 6 4 3 1458 0 2 2 3 2 1393

Shih Tzu 1 GCH CH Hallmark Jolei Austin Powers 5 55 19 16 6 17738 J Walton/R Walton 2 GCH CH Pekings Midnight Vision At Wenshu 1 11 16 18 10 5428 L Lawrence 3 GCH CH Dancee Moonlight Fashion 1 7 8 5 4 5176 J Danner/G Raber/S Hare/C Couture 4 GCH CH Krissy’s Malibu Dreams 0 8 7 10 7 4460 J Miller/J Miller/L Lawrence 5 GCH CH Ista’s Hurricain Chaser 1 10 11 10 1 3219 D Wheeler/G Larson 6 GCH CH Xeralane’s Eye Of The Storm 1 3 7 8 3 2422 C Aucamp/E Aucamp/Xeralane Knl 7 GCH CH Zephyr Lohona Blissfully Happy 0 3 3 5 4 1780 D Haley/A Maybin 8 GCH CH Symarun’s Love T’Look 1 3 7 1 1 1754 C Randle/C Randle 9 GCH CH Tuff Stuff N Jolisse Special Repeat 0 0 5 3 5 1522 V Youngquist/J Fuertes 10 CH Ming Dynasty’s Samurai 1 2 0 0 1 1297 G Blackburn/J Blackburn Silky Terriers 1 GCH CH Snow Glen’s Tesoro Cover Story 1 7 11 7 5 5839 D Adamcik/D Caselli/P Laperruque 2 GCH CH Bar-B’s Tawnymist Topias 1 4 8 8 4 3950 W Leavell/B Leavell 3 GCH CH Tawny Mist Myan Mystic 0 2 4 6 6 2086 D Renton/K Wilson 4 GCH CH Stelin The Shadowalker 0 1 7 6 2 2053 L Gross 5 GCH CH Lamplighter’s Million Dollar Baby 0 0 5 2 7 2037 M Benson/J Dillman/B Beissel 6 GCH CH Musicale’s Dancing Henry 0 5 2 3 6 1843 F Males 7 GCH CH Wind Dancer Jenstar Backstage Pass 0 3 4 3 4 1241 T Gallegos/L Hurt 8 GCH CH Mtnview Prince Chbaka Ekruro 0 0 2 2 6 1237 N O’Rourke/S O’Rourke 9 GCH CH Alltogether Its All About Me 0 1 3 4 2 1040 E Harrison/L Mowrer/L Rosewell 10 CH Tawny Mist Twist And Shout 0 0 2 2 2 686 L Baggenstos/S Proffitt Toy Fox Terriers 1 GCH CH Valcopy C-Lyn Dracula 2 2 0 1 1 2187 M Starry/D Plonkey 2 GCH CH Barbary Rough ‘N Ready 0 1 2 9 1 1699 C Sutton/R Sutton/J Sutton 3 GCH CH Prairie Farm Theo Always On My Mind 0 1 2 1 7 939 D Fisher/A Theobald 4 GCH CH Prairie Farm Angel Eyes 0 1 3 0 3 906 K Stanforth Continued on page 142


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5 GCH CH Centennial Farms 2 Good 2b True W Bellamy 6 GCH CH Valcopy Wicked Ways D Plonkey/R Davis 7 CH Valcopy For Your Entertainment M Starry/D Plonkey 8 GCH CH Walton’s Crusin Cool S Cassel 9 GCH CH Tocute In Your Eyes Only K Sunnenberg 10 GCH CH Azefer Hopalongcassidy L Fast Yorkshire Terriers 1 GCH CH Stratford’s Diamond Jim B Scott 2 GCH CH Linshire’s Rolling Stone K Ryan-Lavail/P Gregson 3 GCH CH Pastyme’s Breaking And Entering K Bravo/B Stacy 4 GCH CH Tophat That’s Amore A Fultz/L Farmer 5 GCH CH Tyava’s Genuine Article M Dearinger 6 GCH CH Nicnak’s Aftershock L Hunter 7 GCH CH Edgewood’s It’s All About Benjamin R Piko 8 GCH CH Stringer’s Somethings Gotta Give A Stringer/S Barnes/C Marano 9 GCH CH Spoildrotten Caught U Lookin K Brissette 10 GCH CH Trio’s Big Shot K Goldfarb

0 0 1 5 2 791 0 0 2 1 1 764 0 1 2 1 1 615 0 1 0 2 2 486 0 0 0 1 1 264 0 0 0 1 2 185 0 2 3 14 14 3773 0 5 3 5 0 1834 0 0 4 7 5 1800 0 4 3 1 3 1366 0 0 3 7 3 1320 0 0 1 3 6 1252 0 1 0 6 5 1140 1 1 0 2 1 1055 0 0 1 0 2 598 0 0 2 0 1 567

Non-Sporting Group

American Eskimo Dogs 1 GCH CH Silveroaks First & Foremost 5 17 17 12 12 7561 R Sampson 2 GCH CH Nuuktok’s Atka Inukshuk 0 3 4 6 2 1677 S Robertson 3 GCH CH Smokey Mtn Trader Pup 0 1 0 1 4 652 E Tamburine 4 GCH CH Anana’s Champagne Wishes 0 0 2 3 1 412 B Brown 5 GCH CH Nrdc Whsprs Once In A Lifetime 0 0 0 0 2 187 D Cowles 6 GCH CH Sierra Rock The House 0 0 0 1 0 122 C Cwi/D Allen 7 GCH CH Nuuktok’s Kaneq Tikaani 0 0 1 1 1 122 C Gagnon/G Krug 8 GCH CH Silveroak’s Big Easy 0 0 0 0 1 113 R Sampson/R Benns 9 CH Qannik’s A-Mazing Grace 0 0 1 0 0 102 K Strunk/S Strunk 10 GCH CH Nuuktok’s Winter Sky 0 0 0 1 0 78 M Mitchell Bichons Frises 1 GCH CH Saks Hamelot Little Drummer Boy 25 84 30 10 4 32362 B Weidner/L Darman/K Griffin/C Ruggles 2 GCH CH Vogelflight’s “Honor” To Pillowtalk 7 39 20 8 7 11392 E Charles/K Vogel/M Abbott/P Abbott 3 GCH CH Paray’s Power & Privilege 2 27 21 5 4 8072 T Pittman/P Flores 4 GCH CH Victoire Gerie No Lemon Gemstone 1 8 23 16 10 6949 M Wangsness/V Halstead 5 GCH CH Belle Creek’s Razzle Dazzle 0 2 7 4 4 1240 L Van Keuren/G Blue/L Carlton/L Letsche 6 GCH CH Gemstone She Is A Belle Of The Ball 0 1 3 5 3 1234 J Elias/S Farnsworth 7 GCH CH Dognew’s Got To Get You Into My Life 0 5 5 4 3 1208 S Kapella/K Shin 8 GCH CH Glenleigh Gangs N’ Roses 0 3 2 4 4 1076 R Lauer/K Tormey/L Carlton/L Letsche 9 GCH CH Dorianns Holly Golightly 0 2 4 1 0 1013 M Konik-Brosdal/C Konik 10 GCH CH Bodacious Sleeping With The Enemy 0 3 2 2 1 747 G Blue/D Blue/D Brown/K Brown Boston Terriers 1 GCH CH Gumbo-Kean’s Cosmic Stargazer 0 2 16 12 12 3446 J Mosing/J Mangum/A Mangum 2 GCH CH Annalee Told Ya So 1 3 10 9 1 2347 D Huml 3 GCH CH Ken’s N’ Roobarb N’ The Horse Ya Rode In On 0 6 3 7 10 2061 K Roux/V Wilt 4 GCH CH Shines Cupid Dolly 1 3 2 1 5 1596 J Johnson 5 GCH CH Windermeres Mystify 0 1 2 5 10 1169 J Covill 6 GCH CH Eviedobee Crossfire Hurricane 0 0 1 6 7 1092 T Irvin/T Parashos/D Powers/E Brand 7 GCH CH Classic’s To Be Or Not To Be 0 3 5 0 3 903 E Kennedy 8 GCH CH Keynote’s Knockout Kid 0 0 2 1 9 878 G Weyandt/J Harner/C Mccord/V Prater 9 GCH CH Luckystars First Moon Of Saturn 0 1 2 1 5 855 C Comstock/F Comstock 10 GCH CH Zuran’s Me & My Shadow 0 0 4 1 4 711 K Wheeler/V Wheeler

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Bulldogs 1 GCH CH Itsa Brix M Grider/T Blackwood/B Freitas 2 GCH CH Hetherbull Topline O-O E Charles/J Hetherington/P Turner 3 GCH CH Evergreen’s Miss Congeniality C Roberts/J Flowers/S Flowers 4 GCH CH Globe And Anchor Sgt Iron Mike D Boyd/V Hearne/M Hearne 5 GCH CH Lakeshores Can’T Keep A Good Man Down B Brittain/S Pugh 6 GCH CH Yeager’s Paxton Peer Of Camelot A Quesada/S Yeager/M Quesada 7 GCH CH Ripsnortin Avalons Adam J Leocha 8 GCH CH Pittmans Uncorked B Pittman/V Pittman/C Pittman/B McDonoug 9 GCH CH Ultimate Caleb E Ostiago 10 GCH CH Newcomb’s Bc Modern Major General C Pankhurst Chinese Shar-Pei 1 GCH CH Vaje’s Miss Jayne Hathaway J Mauk/V Mauk 2 GCH CH Chaoyangs Take It To The Limit D Cooper/R Cooper/L Teitelbaum 3 GCH CH Chaoyang Chick Magnet At Asia B Berney/H Kamp 4 GCH CH Firetown’s Out Of The Blue M Calltharp 5 GCH CH Chaoyang Bestofmy Love At Asia L Myers/C Moore/R Moore 6 GCH CH Margem’s Just Fine’N Dandy S Frazier 7 GCH CH Elite’s Pei’Nt The Town S Woodall 8 GCH CH Rolfs Zabad Love Me Tender M Troxell/J Ellis/R Hannon/J Bechert 9 GCH CH Rivr Vu - Demar’s Dolly Madison D Gillett/J Cadenelli 10 GCH CH Panache-Jokuba Dance With The Devil T Luddeke Chow Chows 1 GCH CH Fortune’s All Eyez On Me M Heldt/K Wronski 2 GCH CH Cross B Impressive Willie N R Bradley/J Burke 3 GCH CH Sitze-Gou’s Glazz Paragon B Buell 4 GCH CH Northwind’s Il Divo W Eyster/L Eyster 5 GCH CH Jidi The Great One At Rebelrun R Banghart/L Banghart 6 GCH CH Dreamland’s American Revolution L Brantley/M Brantley 7 GCH CH Jenuine Fairhill’s Sparklin’ Son J Stroop/L Leonzio/D Ewanick 8 GCH CH Imagine Loves Second Chance D Spence/T Spence/K Beliew/G Beliew 9 GCH CH Eastern Magic Notting Hill M Brantley/M Fan Chi Kai 10 GCH CH United’s Let Celebration Von Aj E Sangkunakup Dalmatians 1 GCH CH Spotlights Ruffian J Lyons/B Lyons 2 GCH CH Kastle’s Go Speed Racer M Squire 3 GCH CH Riverside’s The Sisters R Baker 4 GCH CH Glen Oaks Firekeeper’s Gambler E Walter/C Walter 5 GCH CH Hispot’s Cause For Applause K Richardson/A Richardson/A Henderson 6 GCH CH Country Luvz A Rockstar K Duran/P Fisher 7 GCH CH Tramac Just Walk’N On Sunshine J Smith/M Callea 8 GCH CH Bret D Gabriel’s Lost Art RN K Carey 9 GCH CH Paisley Choco Chip Brownie Delite W McCance/J Macmillan 10 GCH CH Bret D N Engine Co To The Rescue J Bachey/M Zink/J Shupp Finnish Spitz 1 GCH CH Dv9k9’s Red Hot Star E David/M Leathers 2 GCH CH Pikkinokka Badgr Sir Barksalot M Badger/H Leftwich 3 GCH CH Icecaps Cool Hand Luke N Lloyd/E Lloyd/K DeCosta 4 GCH CH Finkkila’s Nalle Poika K Swisher/D Helland 5 GCH CH Mickywins Mainio Skandia P Urton 6 CH Regal’s Red Blue Mischief D Pollard/R Pollard 7 CH Skandia Keksi Chava Of Timanti D Urbauer 8 CH Jayenn’s Archer J Grant/L Carlson-Elliott 9 GCH CH Pikkinokka’s This Girl Rockz RN H Horton/A Bruce 10 CH Pikkinokka’s Far Darrig Kodiak CD BN RAE H Horton French Bulldogs 1 GCH CH Bandog Bayou’s The Warrior N SHhaw

TOTAL

2 17 11 18 8 6124 2 11 6 3 2 3833 2 8 8 4 17 2973 0 3 5 6 9 1775 0 4 8 2 9 1765 0 1 6 6 3 1720 0 0 5 6 4 1159 0 1 5 1 5 1138 0 3 3 2 4 1111 0 2 2 1 4 1061 2 19 29 22 10 10797 2 20 27 25 14 8697 2 14 17 7 10 4600 0 9 8 8 5 2462 0 1 7 1 2 1026 0 1 0 0 2 486 0 0 1 2 2 477 0 1 0 2 1 393 0 0 0 3 1 392 0 2 0 1 0 313 1 6 3 5 3 3667 1 5 6 6 5 1911 0 2 2 6 4 1570 0 4 4 2 5 1547 1 3 1 2 2 1297 0 1 4 3 2 843 0 1 1 3 2 636 0 0 3 4 0 624 0 0 1 1 3 366 0 0 2 2 0 348 4 39 24 17 10 10647 0 7 13 14 13 4464 0 20 11 8 4 3558 2 8 6 6 4 3266 0 9 13 7 3 2253 0 6 3 5 6 2071 1 2 2 2 0 1294 0 4 4 2 4 1168 0 0 7 3 3 1167 0 2 3 6 3 1047 0 0 2 2 6 1117 0 4 4 0 2 599 0 0 1 3 3 598 0 2 2 1 0 472 0 0 1 2 1 257 0 0 0 0 1 189 0 0 1 1 0 183 0 0 1 0 2 153 0 0 0 1 0 87 0 0 1 0 0 54 1 22 35 17 16 9300

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

2 GCH CH Lebull’s New Hope Wooly Bully A Geremia 3 GCH CH Highwood’s Big Shot A Vorbeck 4 GCH CH Evergreen’s Honey Glazed Hamlet C Auckenthaler/J Flowers 5 GCH CH Coco Vialatte Robobull Hot Flash K Yamanaka 6 GCH CH Lionheart’s Thumbs Up! R Ly/M Miklos/J Miklos/M Klein 7 GCH CH Chitawee’s Jest In Case K Clayton 8 GCH CH Bella Ridge Imperiale Shadyharbor Mafia B Covalucci/J Neidig/L Schettino 9 GCH CH Justus I’M Your Man Justus Knl 10 GCH CH Fabelhaft Robobull Hot Commodity S Cooney/J Dalton

TOTAL

1 22 25 12 9 8124 1 12 14 18 11 5601 0 5 8 11 10 2368 0 0 3 10 7 1848 0 4 7 6 6 1794 0 2 5 5 7 1702 0 1 9 5 8 1695 0 3 7 8 0 1304 0 1 2 5 12 1302

Keeshonden 1 GCH CH Summerwind’s Rumor Has It 1 7 7 12 3 3040 J Gauchat-Hargis/J Hargis 2 GCH CH Karolina Bonnyvale Meant To Be 0 6 9 8 5 2729 B Stroud/P Stroud/D Bosch/D Smith 3 GCH CH Baronwood Infinity And Beyond 0 3 9 4 4 1688 K Denton 4 GCH CH Woodhill’s Stealing The Trust 0 2 8 8 9 1684 H Myers 5 GCH CH Confetti’s St. Nick 0 4 2 3 0 1294 W Venable 6 GCH CH Daimler’s Caviar Dreams 0 5 3 4 5 1279 T Benz/D Benz 7 GCH CH Showtyme’s Happy Feet 1 3 2 5 5 1227 L Hooper 8 GCH CH Wyndjamr’s Winward Isle RN 0 0 7 5 1 1131 A Williams/R Skinner 9 GCH CH Markwright’s Harbor Wave 1 2 1 4 3 1131 B Hammond Brown 10 GCH CH Kj’s Its Nothing Purrsonal 0 2 7 2 2 959 K Dowd Lhasa Apsos 1 GCH CH Ta Sen Bond James Bond 2 28 22 15 16 9352 S Giles 2 GCH CH Sundancer Aleksandra 0 4 6 13 7 2163 K Hamilton/L Johnson 3 GCH CH Rufkins Squeezin Into A Speedo Kh 0 1 3 9 6 2046 J Bernards 4 GCH CH Monarch Rufkins Tango In Paris 0 2 6 4 4 1107 K Harrison/M Stafford/R Lombardi 5 GCH CH Northwind Nothing But Trouble 0 7 5 4 2 1008 C Butsic/J Hope 6 GCH CH Xeralane’s Kid Rock 0 12 3 3 3 930 Xeralane Knl/S Giles/M Vaden/W Harper/M 7 CH Tara Huff Edrey Keep Your Eye On The Flag 0 1 4 2 4 823 P Huffman/E Valle 8 GCH CH Suntory Beastie Boy 0 0 1 3 1 596 C De La Rosa/R De La Rosa 9 CH Diva Hatrick Puttin On The Ritz 1 4 4 1 3 496 K Bogatin 10 GCH CH Hi Tide Catch The Summer Wind 0 1 3 5 0 484 C Fegan/T Mohr/N Varney Lowchen 1 GCH CH Windsor Bihar Chasing Rainbows 0 7 11 17 10 3942 M Cropsey/C Strong/G Robertson/D Cunning 2 GCH CH Touche’s Undercover Agent Rainbow 0 8 11 11 10 3085 C Laskey/R Lawless/J Lawless 3 GCH CH Laser Kiji No Way No How 0 2 3 7 3 811 W Koistinen/R Crowder 4 GCH CH MusicBox Sock Monkey At Four Oaks 0 0 1 3 0 542 D Jones/K Kovar/M Spruiell 5 GCH CH Desusa’s Who’s Your Daddy 0 2 1 2 2 369 L Pettengill/S Williams/S Heckart 6 GCH CH Seafever’s Killian Red 0 0 0 1 2 248 J Nienhaus/G Aubert 7 CH Bare Tracks Nothing Like Lion King’s Mighty Quinn 0 0 1 0 2 141 L Pettengill 8 CH Touche Voulez-Vous M’Epouser 0 0 1 0 2 113 A Bacatan 9 GCH CH Volare Jazzy Jigsaw 0 0 1 0 0 83 N Pelleschi 10 CH Ikon Ropin The Wind Of Tumbleweed 0 0 0 1 0 65 L Harding Norwegian Lundehunds 1 GCH CH C’Chaschunka Lonewolf 0 0 0 0 6 527 L Higgins 2 Neocles Aleksander 0 1 0 0 0 83 K Conroy-Votca/L Afong Poodles (Miniature) 1 GCH CH Surrey Sugar Baby 10 55 19 17 4 18758 R Scott/D Burke 2 GCH CH Danfour Debutante 3 14 15 9 4 7814 D Chavez 3 GCH CH Alegria Independent Declaration 0 1 2 4 7 1770 H Tyson/B Wood/L Berg 4 GCH CH Divine No Doubt Deagra 0 2 7 4 6 1384 M Hoaglund/D Agre Gill 5 GCH CH Aery’s Athena At Morning Glory 0 2 5 0 1 841 S Skrobarcek/R Bohannon 6 GCH CH Karadale Bold’N Mcdreamy 0 4 1 1 3 748 K Berlind/D Giles/D Bolden 7 GCH CH Campostela Sunraze Storm Surge 0 0 1 4 3 605 M Daigle-Watson/E Phelps/T Wellman 8 GCH CH Penhurst No Doubt 0 1 0 1 3 488 K Smith/P Dugan/J Smith 9 GCH CH Nalani Regency Time Brings Hope 0 5 10 1 1 430 C Rivers/A Rivers/H Tomb-Taylor 10 GCH CH Light N’Lively’s Equal To The Task 0 1 2 3 0 379 J Markowitz

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Poodles (Standard) 1 GCH CH Brighton Lakeridge Encore T Sosnoff/M Sosnoff 2 GCH CH Jaset’s Satisfaction B Harris/M Molnar/J Danburg 3 GCH CH Dacun Kaylens He’s A Heartbreaker V Dorris/K Peiser 4 GCH CH Hightide Eclipse A Galloway 5 GCH CH Hillwood Ale Kai Anthony E Charles/W Sammet 6 GCH CH Dawin Avion Wouldn’T You Know L Campbell 7 GCH CH Hanna’s Dan Inge Fair Sun H Sundbeck/A Sundbeck 8 GCH CH Dawin Hot N Spicy L Campbell 9 GCH CH Hillwood Ale Kai Walking On Air E Charles 10 GCH CH L’Paige Cabaret Predestined S Flynn/E Reynolds Schipperkes 1 GCH CH Dante Fire When Ready A Gossman/S Middlebrooks/M Jameson/P All 2 GCH CH De Lamer Point Break N Lazarowitz/D Mankovich 3 GCH CH Bonchien Cedric The Entertainer K Henry 4 GCH CH Bonchien Prodigal Son R Rollins/B Burke 5 GCH CH Aned’s Le Rocher Noir J Wells/M Simanek 6 GCH CH Starship’s I’M A Believer B Brimacomb/T Hahn 7 GCH CH De Lamer Sea Ya At The Top J Giovinetti/R Stone/K Nuovo 8 GCH CH Bonchien Mr.Monopoly K Henry 9 GCH CH De Lamer Pink Flamingo C Falk 10 GCH CH Nanhall’s Phoenix On Fyre F Keyes Shiba Inu 1 GCH CH Yuko’s Chief Red Eagle E Finnegan 2 GCH CH Dragon House That Jones Girl ! S Smith/A Schisel/J Schisel 3 GCH CH Dragon House Mr.Jones S Smith 4 GCH CH Fanfair’s Without A Trace At Glenchester M Peterson/D Peterson/J Dirksing 5 GCH CH Mr2 Three Ships To The Wind T Harris/S Rolenaitis/T Rolenaitis 6 GCH CH Trynyty Cayenne Of Thunderpaw B Reeves 7 GCH CH Sonkei Ichi Ryu At Pendragon L Pendergast 8 GCH CH Tanasea’s Tai-Grr Lil-Eee D Meador 9 GCH CH Justa Wizard Of Oz L Kuehler/B Kuehler 10 GCH CH Justa Massimiliano B Fletcher/K Fletcher/L Simons/R Hagiwar Tibetan Spaniels 1 GCH CH Tibroke’s Kissed By A Star M Feltenstein 2 GCH CH Wassong’s Hanover Alice P Sarles/K Wassong 3 GCH CH Shenanwood Simply Imagine This S Reeve/K Okey/C Bias Chaffee 4 GCH CH Wassong’s Djebel Of Lollipop P Sarles/K Wassong 5 GCH CH Shilo Time For A Good Time S Carroll 6 GCH CH Shenanwood Mild-Mannered Reporter C Chaffee/W Chaffee 7 GCH CH Flolin Telsomeone L Foiles 8 GCH CH Kolumbia’s Rock N Roll Legend C St John/S Davis/C Swaim 9 GCH CH Ambrier’s Tibroke’s Beamer Ball M Driskill/D Ayer 10 GCH CH Lagniappe S I’Ve Got A Golden Ticket C Longley/R Longley/H Longley/C Longley Tibetan Terriers 1 GCH CH Barnstorm’s Grissom T. T. C.S.I. P Bernardo/L Meyer/M Laffler 2 GCH CH Sunclipse Mystique D Manship Planche/R Wiley/M Wiley 3 GCH CH Salishan’s My Special Angel G Carr/S Carr/R Hennings 4 GCH CH Ri Lee’s Diamonds Are Forever B Algar/N Kinziger 5 GCH CH Trisong’s Breakin’ All The Rules S Schultz/M Perry 6 GCH CH Rinchen Sashi’s Blazing Bijou D’Inde J St Arnaud/M Wiechowski 7 GCH CH Ri Lee Ashlyn Diamond Heirloom N Kinziger

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41 102 14 2 0 47873 31 83 8 5 2 37881 10 43 14 9 5 12038 3 22 8 9 3 5577 3 19 8 5 1 4494 3 9 4 6 2 3560 0 6 8 3 2 1913 0 12 5 3 1 1856 1 5 4 1 1 1519 1 1 2 3 2 1361 2 26 25 23 6 10766 1 6 10 3 4 3057 1 8 4 4 4 2444 0 1 4 7 4 1424 0 2 5 7 14 1230 0 0 3 8 4 1095 0 2 2 3 1 801 0 3 1 2 2 781 0 2 3 2 1 635 0 2 0 1 3 583 0 0 7 10 7 1673 1 2 0 0 0 1149 0 3 0 1 2 1148 0 1 4 3 5 966 0 0 3 2 7 944 0 2 3 3 5 875 0 2 5 3 3 875 0 3 1 2 2 709 0 0 1 2 0 531 1 2 1 0 0 527 0 4 10 6 9 3170 0 2 2 9 9 1637 0 4 6 5 9 1386 0 2 2 1 2 839 0 2 1 1 3 569 0 0 1 3 1 404 0 2 0 1 2 394 0 0 0 1 3 287 0 1 0 1 2 258 0 0 1 0 2 246 1 13 19 14 14 5620 0 8 14 18 10 5161 0 12 11 13 7 3365 0 9 7 6 5 1782 1 4 3 8 4 1656 0 3 3 5 2 684 1 2 0 0 0 607

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8 GCH CH Ri Lee’s Stellar Performance N Kinziger 9 GCH CH Kha-Ling’s I’M A Hot Chix L Hethcox/S Hethcox 10 CH Players Paint A Picture D Murray Xoloitzcuintli 1 GCH CH Bayshore Georgio Armani J Baylis/L Hylton/T Johnson 2 CH Bayshore’s Mole R Yenchesky/J Baylis 3 GCH CH Shida Mighty Joe Young C Loutzenniser/J Young-Johnson 4 GCH CH Serranisimo Caliente J Caponetto/D Mullusky Caponetto 5 GCH CH Chabella Mazzarella S Mazzarella 6 CH Besitos Mintsitani L Little-Manoskey/I Little/T Cramsey 7 GCH CH Azuwyn’s Ix Chel T Reindl 8 CH Besitos Mesquite P Hoover 9 CH Oconee Bella Hoover C Feldman-Bartnick/M Bartnick 10 CH Besitos Valentin B Griffin/D Webb

TOTAL

1 2 0 0 2 567 0 0 2 1 4 549 0 1 2 1 0 531 2 9 9 16 8 4794 2 3 1 3 6 1090 0 2 1 5 3 914 0 3 3 2 3 871 0 0 1 2 4 483 0 1 0 0 1 217 0 0 0 0 2 202 0 0 0 1 0 198 0 0 0 0 2 89 0 0 0 0 1 80

Herding Group Australian Cattle Dogs 1 GCH CH Carben Copy’s If The Shoe Fits J Rowland/D McNeil/K Watkins 2 GCH CH Dawn Heir’s He’s The Boss! D Price/C Price 3 GCH CH Duwest Jackrabbit RN A Turner 4 GCH CH Hillhaven Journey The Rapids HSAds L Brooks/J Brooks/A Brooks 5 GCH CH Rick’s Blue Magic R Cross 6 GCH CH Castle Butte Desert Drifter M Myers/P Myers 7 GCH CH D A R Wigglecreekatduwest C Pruett/L Pruett 8 GCH CH Moonflys Maid For Show L Hilt 9 GCH CH Bendigo Kasey Of Willowbrook E Crady 10 GCH CH Shadybrooks To Infinity N Beyond RN K Read

0 23 23 16 19 9249 0 7 6 12 11 3501 0 1 5 8 11 1824 0 1 1 1 1 636 0 1 2 1 1 458 0 0 1 4 0 435 0 0 3 3 1 417 0 0 2 1 2 389 0 1 0 1 1 280 0 0 0 0 2 268

Australian Shepherds 1 GCH CH Mysharas Dream Girl 6 38 26 17 11 15205 S Fontanini 2 GCH CH Equinox Ad Astra 4 31 14 17 9 7740 C Bell 3 GCH CH Rainedance Written In Stone CD PT AX AXJ 3 22 9 6 1 6536 M Lutz 4 GCH CH Copperridge’s One Time Offer 1 9 17 14 6 5134 K Mosing/J Miller/S Miller/Y LeBlanc 5 GCH CH Oakhurst Crusin’ In Chrome 2 10 9 10 6 4714 B Rhoads/M Rhoads 6 GCH CH Propwash Reckon 1 14 9 5 3 2905 L Frank/J Harrington 7 GCH CH Heatherhill Dazzle Me Montana 1 3 4 0 3 2074 M Arnold 8 GCH CH Harmony Hill’s Money Talks 0 4 5 1 1 1945 L Goetz/H Braddock 9 GCH CH Tk Rocks Runnig Like The Wind 0 5 7 6 7 1872 K Ostrander 10 GCH CH Blackrock American Flyer PT 0 3 6 7 0 1568 S Smith/R Powley/R Smith/F Shimamoto Bearded Collies 1 GCH CH Tolkien Raintree Mister Baggins 22 104 19 11 4 26194 E Charles/A Stein/L Stein/S Ross/L Woodc 2 GCH CH Daybar Blew By U 1 8 5 6 10 3503 C Perron/D Frady 3 GCH CH Xtc’s What Can Brown Do For You? 0 5 5 11 1 1679 B Szecsy/D Szecsy/A Berry 4 GCH CH Aellen Jive Talkin 0 2 7 4 6 1552 R Colavecchio 5 GCH CH Legacy’s Chance Of A Lifetime 0 0 3 1 1 546 S Underhill/N Otto 6 CH Britannia Spotacular In Blu 1 3 1 0 2 533 R Jeram/K Raleigh/M Ritter/K Canham 7 CH Wynsum Ode To Joy 0 0 1 0 0 428 J Broxton/C Carlsen 8 GCH CH Briarpatch Just One Look HT 0 0 2 0 3 423 L Campbell-Gracie/A Gracie/C Lamb 9 GCH CH Brigadoondaybarbelieveitornot 0 0 2 0 0 381 A Yura 10 GCH CH Meadows’ Imagine That RN 0 0 0 1 0 282 K Haas Beaucerons 1 CH Beowolf Rime Des Monts Du Lac 1 3 3 2 5 1515 P Prager/J Prager 2 GCH CH Flame Noire Du Chateau Rocher 0 1 1 3 5 985 D Bitz 3 GCH CH Dillinger Du Chateau Rocher 0 0 2 4 5 798 K Davis 4 GCH CH De Joie Du Chateau Rocher 0 2 1 0 2 375 M Palmer 5 GCH CH Bijou Noir Du Chateau Rocher RE HT 0 0 0 2 1 218 J Tornquist 6 CH Elixir Noir Du Chateau Rocher 0 0 1 0 0 124 C Kundt

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7 Ezayas Bleue Du Chateau Rocher K Davis 8 GCH CH Chaumette Mes Yeux Vigilants A Scott/S Bass 9 CH Falcon Blue Du Chateau Rocher K Davis 10 GCH CH Eo Des Ombres Valeureux D Skinner/D Pluss

TOTAL

0 0 0 1 0 79 0 0 0 1 0 64 0 0 0 0 1 50 0 0 0 0 1 49

Belgian Malinois 1 GCH CH Broadcreek’s Marcus Junis Brutus 0 0 3 3 4 803 M Kornfeld/S Legg/L Legg/E Kornfeld 2 GCH CH Asti Spumante Harmonie Du Chien BN 0 0 2 2 2 587 Q K-9 Services 3 GCH CH Mystique’s Cup Of Joe 0 0 1 3 1 220 L Stephens/J Stephens 4 CH Caveats Tempesta di Raphaello 0 1 0 0 1 220 D Ashlock 5 GCH CH Element’s Quinn Of The Lupine Wind RN 0 0 0 2 1 181 J Turner 6 CH Trisorts Cassiopeia RN 0 0 0 1 0 126 L Brandt/K Brandt/L Knock 7 Unser Goldenes Schafer Madel Fisch RN 0 0 0 1 0 109 B Blume 8 GCH CH Trisorts Zoomin Harley 0 0 0 1 1 77 J Marti/C Shattuck 9 GCH CH Turicks Black Jack HSAds HIAs MX MXJ XF 0 0 0 1 0 54 L Wetherell/C Kaiser 10 CH Mystique’s Son Of A Beach RN 0 0 0 0 1 49 B Blume Belgian Sheepdogs 1 GCH CH Chargany’s Voyageur 0 5 8 6 4 2470 J Powers/J Powers 2 GCH CH Kindreds Some Days Are Diamonds 1 1 2 1 1 1147 R Skinner/R Chumbley 3 GCH CH Bonntyme’s Keepsake At Isengard 0 2 3 1 1 1106 B Goddard/L Miller 4 GCH CH Sundown’s Nitemagic Just What I Do 0 1 2 7 2 956 C Toma/D Toma 5 GCH CH Sanderle Kindred R 0 0 1 2 3 682 R Chumbley/R Skinner 6 GCH CH Cibola’s Absolutely Cool At Adagio 0 0 2 3 1 650 M Andric 7 GCH CH Hobbiton’s Song Of Solomon Of Laralee HSAs 0 0 1 5 2 637 L Gilbert 8 GCH CH Liswyn’s Vaquero RA 0 0 0 6 3 535 A Hopkins/K Hopkins 9 GCH CH Bonntymes Keepn It Real At Devine HSAs 0 0 1 3 1 511 S Manier/B Leonard 10 GCH CH Uri De Beauvoir 0 1 2 1 0 443 K Kinnane/C Mascach/H Wehrle Belgian Tervuren 1 GCH CH Sky Acres Flying Solo 0 12 17 4 5 4109 M Edling 2 GCH CH Char-Ma’s The Chosen One 0 3 8 5 3 1980 F Mascuch/C Mascuch 3 GCH CH MACH Just Sayno Toujours Jeune VCD2 UD 0 1 2 1 1 792 D Deuth 4 GCH CH Matilde Of Anduin RN 0 0 2 1 1 708 L Friedow/R Friedow 5 GCH CH Sky Acres Spy Plane 0 0 1 1 1 602 M Edling/W Thompson 6 GCH CH Monarch Savanna Dance CD RE HSCs NA 0 1 0 4 0 590 C Weiss/N McClure 7 GCH CH Stonewall’s Just One Shot 0 2 0 3 2 565 V Havicon 8 GCH CH Tacara’s Racelon Rembrandt NA NAJ OF 0 2 1 3 1 499 C Lautzenheiser 9 GCH CH Stonewall’s Let’s Make It A Double 0 1 0 3 0 489 V Havicon 10 GCH CH Mishaook Lulu At Chateau Blanc HSCs 0 0 1 5 1 458 D Laurin/J Laurin Border Collies 1 GCH CH Sporting Field’s Heiress HSAs 3 14 22 14 10 6747 D Butt/D Einck/A Giles 2 GCH CH Bon-Clyde’s Take One 1 11 24 17 6 6150 B Buchanan 3 GCH CH Kensington’s Artful Dodger 1 6 3 12 8 3239 L Waldo 4 GCH CH Majestic Avatar Storm Warning PT 0 3 4 9 6 2255 M Karger/J Baylis 5 GCH CH Bon-Clyde’s Pistol Pete Of Nahrof 0 4 4 7 6 1789 N Mages/E Wagner 6 GCH CH Borderfame Signature 0 2 5 1 4 1379 D Butt 7 GCH CH Lacey Cashel Ewe Green Eyed Monster Ewe 0 0 2 9 5 887 J Lacey-Black/C Geiss 8 GCH CH Shoreland’s Not A Gamble 0 0 2 5 3 546 T Wong/H Su 9 GCH CH Selkirk Majestic Maori Dragon 0 0 0 1 1 243 D Pruitt 10 GCH CH Bonnidune Autumn Thunder RN 0 0 0 1 2 232 C Clark/K Whiteman Bouviers des Flandres 1 GCH CH Rocheuses Me And My Shadow Of Cornus 6 29 11 3 4 9839 F Dreyfus/C Dreyfus/H Johnson/C Johnson 2 GCH CH Quiche’s Grand Finale 3 19 13 7 3 8054 D Garrison/J Garrison/E Paquette 3 GCH CH Frontier’s License To Carry At Margaux 2 11 12 8 7 5209 S Lyon/P Martin 4 GCH CH Hatch Tillie De La Salsa 1 8 10 3 3 3301 T Peterson/P Peterson/L Haskell/J Kasper 5 GCH CH Bon Idee’s Garden Party 1 7 5 7 2 2802 D Sullivan/A Motta 6 GCH CH Wise Choice Geliato 1 5 4 10 7 2744 N Almgren/K Almgren 7 GCH CH Hirsch’s Top Notch Attire 0 3 3 3 5 1323 R Affaitati/R Affaitati/L Hirsch 8 GCH CH Avalons Frontier Hotspur HT 0 2 1 4 2 1006 S McDaniel/G Hess

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9 GCH CH Rocheuses Pretty In Pink G Lopez/M Johnson 10 GCH CH Limerick’s Shakespeare P Ogden/W Ogden/K Bickle/D Patterson Briards 1 GCH CH Ne Orageux’s Al Capone M Millner/T Millner/W Weber/R Weber 2 GCH CH Le Coeur D’Ange De Briardale P Weymouth 3 GCH CH Honeycreek’s Chantilly Lace L Biermann 4 GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Chain Of Fools J Holava/M Holava 5 GCH CH La Vie Rose Dior-August-Moon CD RN M Minor/R Minor 6 GCH CH Deja Vu Blackwater Diets Don’T Work M Hall/R Hall/T Miller 7 GCH CH Celebratia Vintageeightyfour C Leigh 8 GCH CH Briardale’s Carolina In My Mind L Kenitz/R Kenitz/C Collins 9 GCH CH Noire’s Crown Royale C Cannon 10 CH Stormfield Seiso At Charson M Millner/T Millner/S Hillier Cardigan Welsh Corgis 1 GCH CH Aubrey’s Tails Of Mystery C Savioli/V Savioli 2 GCH CH Mariel’s Harvest Moon M Mizelle/J Bruce 3 GCH CH Xtacee Dancin In The Moonlight A Reilly 4 GCH CH C-Myste Baledwr Free To Disagree C Cannon/A Katasse 5 GCH CH Twinroc Santa Paws P O’Donnell 6 GCH CH Claymore’s Madame Butterfly T Stewart/J Stewart/J Glenn 7 GCH CH Dragonpatch Thunder From Down Under K Myers 8 GCH CH Legacy Legend’s Run For The Triple Crown S Wilson/C Clark 9 GCH CH Telltail Like A Rolling Stone L Sams 10 GCH CH Beaszak’s Blue Nude F Beashau/E Banaszak Canaan Dogs 1 GCH CH Pleasant Hill Magnum Of Samara P Rosman 2 CH Mad River Cool Breeze Blowing R Davila-Sargent/C Sargent 3 GCH CH Bless-Ed Be Aryon C Grider 4 CH Jaykay Richelieu Rules G Landis Collies (Rough) 1 GCH CH Wyndlair Cherokee Vindication R Beals/L Rizzo/M Stelter/A Stelter 2 GCH CH Sylvan Argent It’s All About Me J Mosing/G Currie/C Bossart/C Dubois 3 GCH CH Taliesin Fashion Forward J Rutkas/M Rutkas 4 GCH CH Clarion Ribbon In The Sky J Evans/A Sanchez-Corea/L Sanchez-Corea 5 GCH CH Milas Latin Lover L Butler/L Hedman 6 GCH CH Overland Red Hot Summer R Myers-Barth/J Barth 7 GCH CH Devinwood A Perfect Stranger J Caruso/R Caruso 8 CH Arrowhill Sword’s Held High C Lee/k foster 9 GCH CH Devinwood The Other Side Of Paradise J Caruso/P Denbow/R Caruso 10 GCH CH Gentry’s Braveheart P Gordon/G Nash/L Greer Collies (Smooth) 1 GCH CH Travler’s Pierce Arrow C Ardizzone/R Tehon/B Ardizzone/G Lewis 2 GCH CH Bit O Heavens Sorceress M Bergstraser/L Bergstraser-Lorenz/J LaF 3 GCH CH C And J Silver Charm Of Chrysalis J Waiburn/C Thompson 4 GCH CH Byluc’s Devil With A Blue Dress on HT T Byerly/B Byerly/C Green 5 GCH CH Tir Nan’ Og The Legend Of Banzai Maguire E Blaisure 6 GCH CH Byluc’s The Devil Wears Prada C Kirkbride/T Byerly/C Green 7 GCH CH Diamante’s Five Alarm Fire A Munier/R Myers-Barth 8 GCH CH Provenhill’s Devilicious K Provenzano/L Cohen 9 GCH CH Lisara’s Smooth Operator C Leonard/J Sulewski 10 GCH CH Sunnland’s Top Gun K George/O George

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1 3 3 0 1 954 0 4 1 6 2 828 1 5 8 21 6 3492 1 9 5 5 4 2370 1 2 4 2 2 2086 1 1 2 1 0 1737 0 5 6 2 6 1597 0 1 3 5 7 1491 0 1 1 1 1 748 0 1 0 0 4 441 0 0 2 0 1 363 0 1 1 1 1 332 4 26 21 16 8 14256 1 13 24 12 15 7056 1 7 11 2 12 2920 0 5 3 6 7 2343 2 4 1 2 6 2083 0 1 8 4 5 1366 0 0 1 8 5 949 0 0 3 3 6 772 0 1 1 5 1 687 0 1 2 1 1 586 1 2 5 6 5 2915 0 6 4 0 5 1805 0 0 0 0 1 102 0 0 0 1 0 50 3 10 6 4 8 4397 1 4 9 7 10 3176 0 9 11 7 9 3175 0 5 7 9 6 2769 0 1 5 6 1 1053 0 1 2 3 1 813 0 2 2 1 2 796 0 2 2 1 1 717 0 0 0 2 2 527 1 2 1 0 0 494 0 10 6 12 15 4162 0 5 7 10 4 3402 0 0 9 3 5 1028 0 1 3 3 1 1009 0 1 3 2 1 592 0 0 0 2 2 391 0 1 0 1 1 366 0 0 1 3 1 336 0 6 0 0 0 319 0 2 1 0 0 306

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

Finnish Lapphunds 1 GCH CH Sugarok Born In The Usa CM L Marden 2 Lumiturpa Arvi M Feltenstein 3 GCH CH Sugarok Casanova CM E Blanch/W Blanch 4 GCH CH Yutori’s Shades Of Autumn L Drumm/C Pollack 5 CH Calaban Armahani Iwannatalkaboutme CM C Petersen 6 Ciowa Des Chevaloupsgreg C Brillinger 7 CH Peikkovuoren Ruska N Prokopishyn/E Prokopishyn 8 CH Sugarok Macce Too L Marden 9 Mystic’s Midnight Sun OA NAJ NJP NF B Kennedy/R Kennedy Entlebucher Mountain Dogs 1 GCH CH Queso Von Adhem RN R Hahn 2 GCH CH Jumanji V. Brunswick RN T Lilliedoll/N Lilliedoll/R Hahn 3 CH Khalehla’s Moet-Chandon D Hoffman/L Mendez German Shepherd Dogs 1 GCH CH Babheim’s Captain Crunch M Deschamps/C Navarro/J Lange/D Stern/J 2 GCH CH Enchanted’s American Thunder J Bates/S Espejo 3 GCH CH Winsome’s Love Remembears K Fasano/F Fasano 4 GCH CH Lakota’s Hitman Of Cantar E Brehony/S Brehony/V Cayer/R Alcantara 5 GCH CH Pine Hill’s Payday Of Hays Hill P Hays/B Hill/K Salvucci 6 GCH CH Todorhaus Stetson B Ogren/S Todoroff 7 GCH CH Mythical Zeus Of Black Forest C Karner 8 GCH CH No Kidding Of Edan E Farrell/A Schultz 9 GCH CH Asgard Harley Davidson V Plamark PT P Cooke/T Ginsburg/C Sedgewick 10 GCH CH Todorhaus Harvest Moon V Bmeer S Todoroff Norwegian Buhunds 1 GCH CH Randalyn Spring Jada RN C Mazzotta/E Yacknin 2 GCH CH Trollheimen Kiss My Cash E Turner Icelandic Sheepdogs 1 GCH CH Eyjahunda Thorarinn D McDermott/T Warnock 2 CH Isneista Christmas Star RN P Ross 3 GCH CH Frostfyre’s Roskur S Hartman/J Baylis 4 CH Enska Puck Of Caradoc RN S Sucky 5 GCH CH Dyggur’s Twilight Jasper Of Glacier Point X Moreno/A Harwell 6 GCH CH Arbakki Magni G Ostrander/D Ostander/L Lutz/J Lutz 7 CH Isneista Fjari L Ball-Gisch/C Smith Old English Sheepdogs 1 GCH CH Lambluv Gambolon Blue Thunder K Richardson/J Marder 2 GCH CH Aryakas Hermes D Graesser 3 GCH CH Snowdown When In Rome C Grady/D Freiheit 4 GCH CH Windfall Slam Dunk A Pietrocola 5 GCH CH Cottonwood Man In The Moon D Caswell/R Caswell 6 GCH CH Barkshire’s Jim Dandy J Collen 7 GCH CH Masquerade Mikey Likes It J Hewitt/M Harris 8 GCH CH Lambluv’s Daytime Hustler L Douglas/J Marder 9 GCH CH Lambluv’s Street Of Dreams BN RA C Leszinske/R Leszinske/J Marder 10 GCH CH Whisperwood’s Wild Horse J Wetzler/K Burdash Pembroke Welsh Corgis 1 GCH CH Segni At Coventry A Geremia 2 GCH CH Dalarno Nite Song At Morningstar K Courtelis/L Dossett 3 GCH CH Coventry Pennant J Johnson/J Johnson 4 GCH CH Happiharbor Saddle Lane Ty B Dowd/A Carter/R Parker 5 GCH CH Sandfox Winter Sonata L Sawyer/B Stiles/V Sandage 6 GCH CH Nchanted Silk Lining C Braunstein 7 GCH CH Deerfield Enchanted Kingdom M Cellucci

TOTAL

0 2 1 3 3 750 0 0 1 3 2 676 0 0 0 2 4 406 0 0 0 1 3 357 0 0 1 0 3 238 0 0 1 1 2 178 0 0 0 1 0 81 0 0 1 0 0 53 0 0 0 1 0 19 0 0 0 0 2 240 0 0 1 1 1 160 0 0 0 0 1 58 25 100 25 2 5 29733 2 31 16 15 10 8666 1 19 19 3 4 4905 1 6 2 8 5 2698 0 3 10 4 5 2007 0 1 4 1 0 1100 0 1 4 4 1 923 0 2 3 2 3 778 0 1 3 4 2 753 0 3 3 0 0 691 0 1 0 2 1 251 0 0 0 1 2 162 1 2 1 3 1 2734 0 0 0 1 1 460 0 0 0 1 3 321 0 0 1 1 1 271 0 0 0 2 1 146 0 0 0 0 1 69 0 0 0 0 1 46 11 68 26 16 5 18786 2 9 8 9 7 5235 0 13 12 8 1 4035 0 9 10 9 7 2522 0 5 4 8 4 1945 0 3 10 3 7 1882 0 6 6 4 5 1657 0 1 3 5 1 1200 0 3 2 6 3 1134 0 1 3 2 3 969 9 40 8 9 11 15634 6 29 26 15 12 13631 2 11 7 6 6 4650 0 6 6 4 7 2187 0 5 4 3 7 1874 0 1 7 2 7 1690 0 2 5 5 6 1558

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

8 GCH CH Eden Crowns Designer Label L Williams/J Williams 9 GCH CH Timberside Ocean’s Thirteen K Wang 10 GCH CH Milkywey’s How Do You Like Me Now ? J Foster/M Marshall/K Shields Polish Lowland Sheepdogs 1 GCH CH Swan Crest Windy City Robert Henry M Hirata 2 GCH CH Ponwood’s Oblong B Bruns/W Stamp 3 GCH CH Bluegrass Ivy League Z White Star J Devlin 4 CH Starpons Cachet Conspiracy L Cohen 5 CH Ponadto Frykas K Kim 6 GCH CH Stonebrook’s Divine Design M Cabral/B Wilson 7 GCH CH White Star’s Plays Well With Others M Finch-Cirtwell/J Cirtwell 8 GCH CH White Star’s It’s A Sirius Family Affair V Nguyen/G Dotzman 9 GCH CH White Star’s Bentley Z Bluegrass M Finch-Cirtwell/J Cirtwell 10 CH Swan Crest The Power Of Love Eternal M Hirata Pulik 1 GCH CH Cordmaker Rumpus Bumpus J Beaudoin/S Huebner/F Licciardi 2 GCH CH Fuzzy Farm Twist And Shout A Lawrence/S Lawrence 3 GCH CH Moonshadow Rongyos Kis Medve K Kocsondy/Z Kocsondy 4 CH Prydain Joshua D Fields/K Edwards 5 Kalacsos Kato N Powell/T Powell/J Ravn 6 CH Lajosmegyi’s Blame It On The Rain A Quigley/P Turder 7 GCH CH Moremi Matter Of Fact B Pessina/P Anspach/S McConnell/I Crowth 8 GCH CH Bowmaker Aussie Mate G VanDerHart/L Stallings 9 GCH CH Samson Of Woodmark B Tannen/R Tannen 10 GCH CH Mt Hood’s Peak Perfection RN C Pronzini/J Moen/B Hiett Pyrenean Shepherds 1 GCH CH Terra-Blue Ariege K Rice/P Princehouse 2 CH Jazz Debut De Reve I McLaughlin/J Johnson 3 GCH CH Isabeau De La Brise P Princehouse/R Krieger 4 CH Bigorre De Terra-Blue C Roberts/T Roberts 5 GCH CH Germinale De La Brise RN P Princehouse/J Princehouse/F Princehous 6 GCH CH La Brise Sun Bear P Princehouse/K Laram 7 CH Chaparral’s Winocq T Godfrey Shetland Sheepdogs 1 GCH CH Kylene Eden The Dragonslayer K Hannah/K Dziegiel/L Patrick/M Bulens 2 GCH CH Leeason Rock My Soul E Anderson/D Kraft 3 GCH CH Jusdandy Devine Mz M C Frank/K Furlong 4 GCH CH Mistybrook Milagros Gq R Van Pusch/R Guillierie/J Williams 5 GCH CH Thunderhill’s Apple Bottom Jeans M Miller/M Miller 6 GCH CH Homespun Casual Blues PT NA OAJ NF J Iverson 7 GCH CH Sunburst One Cool Dude A Dunford/L Reed/K Alderman/K Alderman 8 GCH CH Mistybrooks Panda Crossing A Pickering/S Michalsky 9 GCH CH Karosel Kartwheels D Planche/K Schmutz/D Hines 10 GCH CH Serenity’s Walk In The Park V Weis Swedish Vallhunds 1 GCH CH Champoeg High Tales At Stillwater M Day/B Jette/C Vannoy 2 CH Jonricker Nicke Lilltroll M Thell/K Ottmar 3 Fantasi Little Jack Horner R Fuller 4 GCH CH Svedala Sven Snickaren Fran Hall R Hooper/S Hooper/L Fisher/G Hall 5 CH Mill Creek’s Burning Desire S Reynolds 6 GCH CH Solveigco’s Gustav Vasa At Akutchi C Sayles 7 GCH CH Suddanly Kingscrest Silver Moon R James/R James 8 GCH CH Minikota’s Midnight Madness L Schaunaman 9 CH Bh Olaf’s Market Master C Swetzes/R Woodworth 10 CH Minikota’s Reign Of Fire L Schaunaman

TOTAL

0 0 6 2 5 1168 0 0 2 6 4 982 0 2 3 2 5 949 0 6 6 10 14 2898 0 4 3 7 7 1745 0 1 1 0 2 217 0 0 0 1 1 189 0 0 0 0 2 146 0 0 1 0 2 129 0 0 0 2 0 112 0 0 0 0 1 92 0 0 0 0 1 87 0 0 0 0 1 76 3 22 26 15 17 10455 2 12 18 19 14 5713 0 8 14 5 4 3188 0 1 2 6 5 1214 0 1 1 3 4 826 0 1 3 0 4 736 0 1 1 0 4 679 0 0 1 1 4 325 0 0 0 0 1 320 0 0 0 2 1 213 0 0 1 3 2 737 0 0 0 0 3 581 0 0 0 0 2 227 0 0 0 1 1 192 0 0 0 2 2 185 0 0 0 2 0 141 0 0 1 0 0 25 2 23 26 12 15 8276 0 18 18 11 11 6278 0 3 15 4 7 2855 2 3 4 5 7 2620 0 2 6 2 3 1369 0 0 2 4 6 981 0 4 8 2 1 894 0 2 3 4 2 894 0 2 2 3 3 868 0 3 3 0 4 856 0 1 0 1 4 558 0 0 1 0 2 230 0 0 2 0 2 225 0 0 0 0 3 193 0 0 1 0 0 175 0 0 0 0 1 130 0 0 0 0 1 122 0 0 0 0 1 110 0 0 0 0 1 86 0 0 0 0 1 81


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Continued FROM page 53 9 Teslin River Runs Blue M Crooks 8 CH Sidearm Ironhide L Mills 6 Timberline Lil Oaks Jed B Gleason/C Clements 5 Sumit’s Country Fancy One D Guizar 3 CH Southern Flame Hunka Burnin Luv C Grooms/G Black 3 CH Regal-C He’s Blue All Over Again D Gunter Borzois 959 GCH CH Aashtoria Wildhunt Hidden Agenda R Riel/C Riel/S McGraw 592 GCH CH Raynbos Run For The Roses J Zucker/R Zucker 539 GCH CH Katz Fashion Finesse At Konza K Cassella/R Bates 213 GCH CH Greyhaven Wizard’s Crystal F Vogel/M Polsfuss/C Vogel 189 GCH CH Avalyn’s Magnum Force L Bennett/B Benjamin 164 GCH CH Greyhaven This Rough Magic SC F Vogel/M Hough/L Spiers 152 GCH CH Aria’s Ain’T No Angel R Terry 144 GCH CH Borchis Amras Numenesse SC E Tolley/D Nutting/T Steele 142 GCH CH Raynbos Butterscotch Perfection R Zucker/J Zucker 141 GCH CH Korsakov’s Quantum Leap J Bishop/P Triandos Dachshunds (Longhaired) 1328 GCH CH Hundeleben Queen’s Armada Sl C Puig 1296 GCH CH Sunteckel’s Samuel II S Lutosky/T Abst 609 GCH CH Xeralane’s Supersonic M Vila/Xeralane Knl 595 GCH CH Rose Farm’s Red Rum Ml V Diker 548 GCH CH Seidach’s Diggin’ Up Bones B Wuest/H Wuest 415 GCH CH Add-Sim’s Scout Of Mt M Taylor 405 GCH CH Rose Farm’s Last Red Grommet Ml E Calderon-Melendez/A Calderon-Melendez 397 GCH CH Gemdach Red Rocker N Haupt/K Haupt 371 GCH CH Stonybrook’s Prime Suspect T Durvin/B Durvin 361 GCH CH Vongays-Rubears Black Velvet Wrap Sl G Richards/V Richards Dachshunds (Smooth) 1032 GCH CH Brownwood D’Geno Rock Ss W Cunningham/J Cerasini/R Brown 667 GCH CH Dynadaux Redneck Fancy Boy Ms C Senff/P Spencer/B Claxton/B Sandoval 569 GCH CH Bessdachs Electric Martini M Lara/B Jeffery 550 GCH CH Grandgables Sumbuddy Walden D Waldo 414 GCH CH Tudorglen’s Yes We Can T Carr-Hall/D Polk 317 GCH CH Isledox Tractor Tug F Overdahl/M Mader 300 GCH CH Toskydox India Pale Ale Ss S Lutosky 213 GCH CH Grandgables Wee Mr Red Thorn G Jeavons/M Houston-McMillian/S Sibinovi 201 GCH CH Setsers V Sausagestables Razors Edge H Shuping/C Shuping 172 GCH CH Grandgables Banded Mongoose Ms M Olich Nie/J Todd Dachshunds (Wirehaired) 1379 GCH CH Raydachs Playing With Fire V S Ray/M Sakoda/J Sakoda 649 GCH CH Krisaire Del Prado’s Strawberry Fields Mw A Bischel 436 GCH CH J’s Starbarrack’s Babybug’Sdevil Ofabug S Johnson/M Heywood 359 GCH CH Verdon’s Devil In Disguise Mw S Snyder/S Henderson 291 GCH CH Lockshire Detour To Sanlyn K Lockyer/T Lockyer/M Chryssanthis/S Chr 243 GCH CH Kadell’s Smart ‘N Pretty W L Reynolds/C Cahill/J Cahill 241 GCH CH Fancy That Valentine, Favio’s Aldo D Onoszko/P Onoszko 239 GCH CH Summer Hill Pride And Prejudice J Koch/M Koch/J Fabelo 223 GCH CH Crossover Going Rogue Mw S Steele/M Gemmell 207 GCH CH Ez Goins Creekridge Nick I Ain’T No Saint G Covey English Foxhounds 93 GCH CH Sunup’s Parliament M Heile/C Heile/S Whaley 14 CH Sunup’s Trademark H Nicholson 8 GCH CH Sunup’s Shamrock Ride The Wave R Wilson/J Wilson/S Whaley 8 CH Sunup’s Hoisted High S Whaley 6 CH Monocacy Bend’s Wallis T Koerber/J Lamphier

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6 GCH CH Wee Beginnings Ardent P Mann/S Whaley 6 CH Wee Beginnings Allistair P Mann 5 Taillis Au Absolem Tamsall M Owen/S Owen 5 CH Monocacy Bend’s Windsor T Koerber 5 GCH CH Wee Beginnings Bonnie A Kretschmaier/E Edgerton Greyhounds 374 GCH CH Grandcru Clos Erasmus M Steele/R Gaudet/R Tomlin 164 GCH CH Gaia Elfin Dance A Sowders/N Fetter 134 GCH CH Grandcru Felix Callejo At Aria JC R Rice/B Rice/C Livingston/S Barden 100 GCH CH Chaparral Isle Of Skye C Marzluf/T Marzluf/C Curlee 83 GCH CH Wildwood Dali At Heart K Henderson/W Delfino 83 GCH CH Rubicon’s He’s So Fine P Rubinstein 72 CH Southwestern Lord Henry L Bell/G Davis/R Owens 48 GCH CH Sierra’s Lamborghini Diablo S Hempel/B Hempel/G Sherman/C Robertson 42 GCH CH Grandcru Paleo Of Sobers M Steele/R Gaudet 37 GCH CH Whimseys Playboy E Leydic/M Liebau Harriers 60 GCH CH Downhome Hitech Innovator J Sanchez 44 GCH CH Happytails Keepin The Faith C Newman/W McCleery/F Newman 26 CH Happy New Year’s Celebration “Bray” K Bowers/S Bowers 23 CH Pacific’s He Ain’T Heavy He’s My Brother K Crary/P Crary 12 CH Tallyho The Time Of My Life D Maguire/M Nell 11 CH Jackpot Kingsbury Barely Legal D Smiley-Auborn/K Shupenia 10 CH Pacific’s Circus Circus P Crary/K Crary 9 CH Hartshire Walkabout R Phillips 9 Jackpot Kingsbury Ghirardelli D Smiley-Auborn/K Shupenia 8 CH Wynfield Moonstruck At Sheez-Beez S Allen/D Allen Ibizan Hounds 224 GCH CH Harehill’s Ace In The Hole K Gindler/D Gindler/W Anderson 159 GCH CH Bramblewood’s Pussycat Doll J Schneider/J Staudinger 124 GCH CH Ahram You Ve Got The Look J Pusztay/S Pusztay/R Pusztay/M Paulin 80 GCH CH Gryphons Time Keeper JC K Campbell/L Reeves/S Fegan 79 CH Serqet Shadey Grove Autumn S St. John Brown/J Brown 72 GCH DC Alisian Fields Epic Gyrl From Ipanema SC A Barbour 67 GCH CH L-Wynds Goin’ Up’N Goin’ Fast A’Davallia H Clevenstine/L Thorne 67 GCH CH Jakona’s Russian Roulette J Armstrong/T Armstrong/S Payne 52 GCH CH Jakona’s Swiss Miss JC S Murphy/J Armstrong 48 GCH CH Serandida Spirit Oh My Darling D Arbeit/R Zelig/S St John-Brown Irish Wolfhounds 512 GCH CH Pinehurst Garret K Goodell 275 GCH CH Desert Dune At Curiann J Ryan 257 Skibberdeens Vixen (Foreign Dog - Registration Pending.) 241 CH Kellykerry Emmit Of Aerie G Myer 166 GCH CH Nalaney’s Padraig D Laney/N Laney 140 GCH CH Carroy Dermot Mcduncan L Rosebrock/D Rosebrock 117 GCH CH Starkeeper Mcenroe Of Limerick J Gagne 110 CH Guffaw Of Aerie D Marx/A Benjamin 108 CH Kerryarc Visalia De Californio M Tyler/C Tyler/C Collier 89 GCH CH Flashdance Roan Inish A Constable Norwegian Elkhounds 314 GCH CH Vin-Melca’s The Norseman P Trotter/J Reed 184 GCH CH Vikrest ‘N Ruskar Hy Style L Forrest/P Viken/P Waltz 165 GCH CH Bristlecone’s Tracker L Gamble/L Gamble 103 GCH CH Elvbend’s The Soldier’s Tear A Peterson/J Peterson 103 GCH CH Silhouette’s Kaboom K Olsen/E Olsen/S Garrity 101 GCH CH Riverwind Windy Cove Midnight Cowboy E Parmer/M Peterson/C Smith/S Smithers

101 GCH CH Somerri Dunharrow’s Devil Ray J Silker 79 GCH CH Somerri Jamieson’s Sea Whiskey J Lewis/L Lewis 77 GCH CH Kamgaard Kut Above S Simmonds/M Mott 75 CH Greyplume Windpower Av Longships BN RN K Olson Otterhounds 158 GCH CH Adeline’s Sticky Wicket N Wallens/R Wallens/R Van Houten/B Van H 76 GCH CH White River’s He’s A Keeper! E Carmichael/D Carmichael 51 GCH CH Lonestar Abbott J Harris/C Harris 43 GCH CH Aberdeen’s Told You So A Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine/A Co 40 GCH CH Aberdeens Under The Influence A McIlwaine/J Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine 31 CH Dekenchar’s Legacy D Steffen/K Steffen 19 GCH CH Lonestar Angus Prime Choice R Loddesol/B Loddesol/J Harris/R Damron 18 CH Aberdeen’s Ultimate Addiction J Mullen/D Blunt/J Mcilwaine/A McIlwaine 17 Hunter’s Lonestar Badger J Harris 16 CH Avitar’s Bearsden Prairie Jazz RN B Biren Petits Bassets Griffons Vendeens 466 GCH CH Celestial Cj’s Hearts On Fire J Hurty/C Hurty/L Florian/M Florian/P He 409 GCH CH Jodell Boogie Back To Texas J Hayes/D Moore 155 GCH CH Soletrader Bjorn Borg M Doherty/W Doherty/G Robertson/S Robert 133 GCH CH Jaren’s Ready Set Don’T Go At R-N-B R Jones/B Helvey/K Prott-Clugston 107 GCH CH Soletrader Donald Duck D Moore/J Hayes 105 GCH CH Clementine’s Minolo Blanc B Loddesol/R Loddesol/F Neuwirth 78 GCH CH Dehra Amazona Bvlgari G Huikeshoven/J Stark 65 GCH CH Celestial Cj’s Seneca C Wilt/P Wilt/J Hurty 56 GCH CH Jus A Redd Hott Pepper A Sneider/P Sneider 44 GCH CH Jus The Lone Star J Shannon/D Tyler Pharaoh Hounds 372 GCH DC Hallam’s Ethan Ramel MC LCX S Sipperly/D Carota 295 GCH CH Northgate’s As You Like It J Hall/A Lundqvist-Hemstrom 130 GCH CH Siphra’s No Remorse JC L Lysher 88 GCH DC Nefer-Temu Sambandrea RE SC E Kerridge 72 GCH DC Sendji Nefer-Temu Neptune-Triton SC E Kerridge 49 GCH DC Mia Bakhu Sleeping With The Enemy Of R Newman/D Carota/P Haig/L Witt 41 GCH DC Hallam’s Gysai Gabriel RN MC LCX T Severino/M Severino/D Carota/S Sipperl 41 GCH CH Galadrial’s Aurora Red Du Ciel BN RA SC S Swanson/S Hoffman 25 CH Mia-Bakhu Conspiracy Theory V Hallam CA T Haig/P Haig 23 GCH CH Shalimar Mercury Rising L Drolet Plotts 41 GCH CH Alexanders Mob Boss Capone A Alexander 32 GCH CH CCH CNC Black Monday A Alexander 24 GCH CH Hosker’s Georgie Boy G Hosker/J Hosker 23 CH Alexanders Married To The Mob A Alexander 15 CH CSG Sidearm Krazy Kontessa L Tucker 13 CH Macks High Mtn Sagebrush L Mack 12 Hosker’s Rommel G Hosker/J Hosker 10 CH County Line Eleanor C Officer/P Jessup 9 Trinity’s I Sawyer Magic C Arrowood 8 CH CWSG CSG County Line Krueger P Jessup/T Snedegar/C Officer Redbone Coonhounds 190 GCH CH CWSG CCH Sidearm Jungle King Mufasa J Mills/L Mills 44 GCH CH Twistedcreektheycallme Thunder M Smith/C Smith 43 GCH CH Twisted Creeks Xlnt Adventure C Smith/M Smith 34 GCH CH CSG Twisted Creeks Good Ol Boy J Rentfro/J Rentfro 29 CH Wabash River Thunder’s Storm A Elburn 25 GCH CH Sidearm Hello Dolly L Mills/J Mills 24 GCH CH Idole’ Coonfused Cleatus N Grubb/C Paul

24 CH Eskai’s Sir Kasper S Hendrix 20 CH Stone House Workin Boot Scout M Smith/C Smith 16 CH Grand River’s Ok Red Chief J Woods Rhodesian Ridgebacks 1463 GCH CH Oakhurst Fruit Of The Vine K Morgan/D Morgan/B Rupert 1282 GCH CH Invictus Nightmare Before Xmas JC E Coogan/T Hart 817 GCH CH Spring Valley’s Always There A Thompson 749 GCH CH Vyrtuous Command Performance SC S Walters 671 GCH CH Paradigm Aariel’s Entourage CD RA A Ford/S Ford/D Engelking/G Kofron 573 GCH CH Adili’s American Idol K Courtelis/T Lynch/K Lafleur 557 GCH CH Manzanita’s Trifecta SC L Valdivia 462 GCH CH Diablo’s Nick Of Time W Racke/N Faville/A Trejo 438 GCH CH Tucker Ridge Dugga Boy Simba Ridge M Gaunaurd 427 GCH CH Kuluta Along The Watchtower M Hatfield/E Belt/C Well Salukis 424 GCH DC Shahtani Ivory Moon SC L May/G Thornton 375 GCH CH Baghdad Be Still My Heart JC L Ackerman/P Bockman-Chato 346 GCH CH Canapus Anastasia M White/R Worden 337 GCH CH Blue Nile Vanilla Ice M McMillan/S Winsted 271 GCH CH Jamora Mystic Topaz JC S Forsyth/J Forsyth/K Anselmo/J Morrison 266 GCH CH Srinagar Glory Halelujah Of Ladyhawk D Ratliff/Srinagar Knl 252 GCH CH Bay Watch Babe Von Agrani K Setty/L Bettis 209 GCH CH Sadik Seca Wind JC C Chapman 184 GCH CH Baha Persian Of Interest SC NA NAJ C Coile 154 GCH CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Bubbles Of Jatara J Harrington/S Winsted/S Middlebrooks Scottish Deerhounds 250 GCH CH Lehigh-Darkwynd Enella P Pascoe/P Smithson 152 GCH CH Lehigh Dunedain Of Greymorn J Dillberger/C Dilliberger 132 GCH CH Brakenshire Scotch N Ice G Bontecou 131 GCH CH Foxcliffe Enchanted Evening C Dove/R Dove 68 GCH CH Jaraluv Quicksilver M Rose/R Brinlee/J Brinlee 62 GCH CH Lehigh Eilig Of Dunsmuir JC L Studer 56 GCH DC Altnamara’s Cappuccino SC A Hammond/R Wilkins 45 CH Jaraluv The Patriot S Gibbs/M Gibbs/R Brinlee/J Brinlee 42 GCH CH Jaraluv Queen M Rose/R Brinlee/J Brinlee 37 GCH CH Lehigh Darrowby SC L Studer/P Pascoe Whippets 2410 GCH CH Starline’s Chanel L Lawrence/C Lawrence/N Lawrence 1513 GCH CH Sporting Fields Bahama Sands D Butt/A Giles 805 GCH CH Bo-Bett’s Speed Demon C Harris 685 GCH CH Endeavor’s White Roses On Nysa Hill J Shepherd/L Stewart 610 CH Brushwood’s Moxi Of Endeavor L Stewart/A Diehl/D Sumara 490 GCH CH Snow Hill Beatrix Soul Delight JC W Dvorak/S Hughes 457 GCH CH Counterpoint Painted By Bohem SC S Mazer/B Bengtson 453 GCH CH Karasar’s Masterpiece K Kuper/N Barthelette/A Alvarez/M Alvare 381 GCH CH Harmony’s Van Gogh K Rasmussen/S Boyd 358 GCH CH Festiva’s Lucy Is Fashionably Late JC M Henricks/A Carlson/B Carlson/B Wayne

Working Group Akitas 797 GCH CH Sherob Stardust It Had To Be You T Witte/R Witte/S Wallis 722 GCH CH Minda Fujisvs Violets Are Blue L Morgan/F Hamblet/H Walker 615 GCH CH Cas Cobo Haul Eudora C Smith/R Moore/C Moore 459 GCH CH Mt Joys Notice To Airmen At Yuzawa J Vendramin/J Vendramin/P Ellis 354 GCH CH Cr - Wicca’s Trade Secret A Bavaria/C Burke/T Bavaria/J Charnik 250 GCH CH Moonlight’s Celestial Sermon R Ferris/S Miller-Ferris/C Stanley Continued on page 158


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The Dog News Top Ten List Continued FROM page 154 233 GCH CH Takara’s Right Up My Ally D Berg/J Berg 231 GCH CH Nakodo’s Canadian Connection D Noble/K Venezia 178 GCH CH Buckridge’s You Only Wish D Osborn/E Vanden Avond 166 GCH CH C And L’s Mojo Thrill Of The Hunt Day L Doran/C Doran/D Yamashita Alaskan Malamutes 376 GCH CH Catanyas Latin Lover P Kendrick/A Martinez/A Syar 280 GCH CH Nfoakixa Over The Rainbow A Mayberry-Welch/R Roffey 278 GCH CH Tugar’s America’s Most Wanted K Hausner/S Das 245 GCH CH Ice Fall’s Rough Stock L Ryer/T Szabo 242 CH Miatuk’s Ghost Ryder L Conley/D McLaughlin 240 CH Winterchill’s Cruz’N Spirit G Robertson 172 GCH CH Canute’s U Talking To Me A Welch 167 GCH CH Sno Klassic Back Door Man P Peel/M Peel 158 GCH CH Storm Runners Spirit Of The Wind L Rogowski 158 GCH CH Awanuna’s Tornado Of Snow B Pfeiffer/R Pfeiffer Anatolian Shepherd Dogs 91 GCH CH Jughandle Mr Arrowroot C O’Brien/A Myers 65 GCH CH Carpe Diem’s Old School S Wykle 58 GCH CH Birinci’s Hint Of Hoja C Emanuel/L Emanuel 57 GCH CH Santan’s Johnnie Walker Gold T Leese 37 CH Lucky Hit Bethany Beyaz Kumru J York/E Conard 34 GCH CH J-Haven’s Esmeray Of Timaru L Brabyn/J Brabyn 34 GCH CH Inanna Bay Boudreau Of Luckyhit E Tallon/K Marcus 33 CH Golden Gate’s Banu S Dalton/S Dalton 32 GCH CH Full Circle’s Erin Ann N Wargas/K Wargas 26 CH Rbr Karabash Vasi C White Bernese Mountain Dogs 1025 GCH CH Alpenspirit Who’s On First A Summers/G Summers/L Weber/A Merfeld 995 GCH CH Blumoon Tanzenite V Blackrock CD D Cox/G Reeve 785 GCH CH Avatars Try Try Again K Groves/L Fernandes 697 GCH CH Alpenspirit Just In Time J Singleton/M Turbide 479 GCH CH Liebenhund’s Who’s Your Daddy R Jacksic/B Bych 417 GCH CH Ilsa Van De Klaverhoeve T Gerli 395 GCH CH Nashems Hes The Man Of Woodmoor CD R Karl/S Karl/D Schulte 362 GCH CH Super Foot Elysian Garden Sotel N Suzuki 361 GCH CH Horton Bay’s Just Wild About L Jodar 230 GCH CH Indian Hill’s Unleash The Dragon G Vogel/C Gersler Black Russian Terriers 277 GCH CH Zilya’s Chicago Blues Fusion At Runes D Patterson 167 GCH CH Lancelot Chiornyy Prints RN E Archer/P Archer 120 GCH CH Cerberus’ Drago At Seven Oaks K Eikelberg 111 GCH CH Sora’s Pride Of The Desert-Czar CD RAE A Castro-Marlowe/M Mastroianni 88 GCH CH Cerberus Never Say Die L Milburn 87 GCH CH Jeff Yvonne Orlowsky Laimus C Stumm/F Dilsaver/B Phillips 44 GCH CH Kamila At Aristes S Nadezhdonoi Poljany C Stumm/F Dilsaver/S Gaunt 37 GCH CH Kalinka’s Illarion Iz Teremka M Nemisz/S Lochan 35 GCH CH Rus Maknalis Shtorm Of Arbat M Mastroianni 29 GCH CH Chelentano Iz Chigasovo D Rakers/L Rakers Boxers 3511 GCH CH R And G’s Mystical Dancer R Bezerra/B Bachman/R Servetnick/G Steel 3431 GCH CH Winfall Brookwood Styled Dream D McCarroll/J Billhardt/S Tenenbaum 2383 GCH CH Winfall I Dream Of Style K Robbins/C Robbins/G Adkins/B Adkins/T 1518 GCH CH Sapphires Violet Sky In Vegas Of D Young/J Young/G Freer/C Freer 1203 GCH CH Carillon’s M V P C Suarez 1116 GCH CH Nantess Royal Hot Rod N Savage/T Savage 933 GCH CH Boca Royal Palms Smarty’s Golden Girl J Dorfman/A Dorfman/G Bower/J Bower 756 GCH CH Jacquet’s Laredo El Encanto D Sparks/N Sparks/L Casella

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712 GCH CH Conquest-Rosend’s New Kid In Town B White/D White/J Yon/L Yon 609 GCH CH Telstar’s All That Glitters At Cinni-Bon B Wagaman/J Tellier Bullmastiffs 661 GCH CH Newcastle’s Picturesque Picasso K Spencer/A Scully 500 GCH CH Highpoint’s Fifth Wheel Don’T Blink R Saunders/D Saunders 417 GCH CH Dal Primo’s B’Mew Just In Queso E Gonzalez 379 GCH CH Peerless I Am The Love Bug C Shepler/A O’Larry 372 GCH CH Ortego’s Chromia, More Than Meets The A Ortego/E Farias 327 GCH CH Sumertym Southwind Magic Carpet Ride R Manuel/K Manuel/N Parker-Hardesty/T Ga 286 GCH CH Leatherneck Law N Orderokilroy Z Bobbitt/J Robinson 240 GCH CH Big Game Acton Augustus R Overly 240 GCH CH Bandog’s Brutus Of Raven M Schamroth/M Schamroth 211 CH Tru Grit Muscle Mayhem RN C Corner Cane Corso 612 GCH CH Sleeping Giant’s Vittore E Sawyers-Robles/K Cressia 528 GCH CH Scandifio’s Titus L’Asino K Underwood/T Morris 250 GCH CH Maximo’s Jack G Rodriguez/A Fino 234 GCH CH Achoo Del’Agreste W Yingling 211 GCH CH Wildwoods Cirino Di Campo R Hudgens 138 GCH CH Liberty’s Armed And Dangerous R Cuzzo/J Hovorka/S Ribbs 135 GCH CH Pridenjoyz Afterglow K Sauers 106 GCH CH Firehorse Franklin J Weaver/R Hoser 104 GCH CH Windypine’s Fully Loaded RN B Spiece 86 GCH CH Red Rock Canyon’s Spartacus S Messer/C Gebers Doberman Pinschers 2327 GCH CH Protocol’s Veni Vidi Vici S Lundy/D Lundy/J Mullins/K Mullins 2048 GCH CH Mi-Ti’s Three Cheers J Goldblatt/S Baker/C Silverman/D Roof 1451 GCH CH Cambria’s Must Be Fate G Lajeski/J White/A White 1440 GCH CH Caryola’s Antigua N Barksdale/M Barksdale 1402 GCH CH Catawba’s Take No Prisoners CD S Miller 661 GCH CH Allure Envy Me Royalwood V Schohaus L Schoeneman/J Schoeneman/C Pitts 638 GCH CH Horizon’s Evangeline R Keith/J Keith/L George 591 GCH CH Gallant’s First And Foremost V Ciden P Healy/M Fasth/D Huckfeldt/C Huckfeldt 551 GCH CH Tropix Lemon Twist RN K Ingram/D Johnson/K Howard 550 GCH CH D’s Devil Wears Prada T Pinto/J Pinto/A Dinardo/S DiNardo Dogues de Bordeaux 431 GCH CH Mount Sinai’s Crusader St Amand P Duvall 250 GCH CH Evergreen’s Rub My Belly At Rising Star J Roberts/L Parker 91 GCH CH Hemicuda De L’Aube Rouge M Allred/D Allred 88 GCH CH Northland’s Rifraf RN F McLaughlin/D McLaughlin 66 GCH CH Heavenly Acre’s Magnito C Wymore/J Wymore 66 GCH CH Rising Star’s I’ll Fly Away P Smith/V Smith 59 GCH CH Bruins Show Me A Sign H Branscum/C Conway/S Conway 48 GCH CH Magnus Z Orisku M Montgomery/M Rogers 44 GCH CH Desert Dogues Emma’s Artful Arthur B Delisi/C Delisi 40 GCH CH Von Hof’s Cisco Kid T Kelly/D Von Hof German Pinschers 170 GCH CH Nevars Okie Dokie Temerity A Issleib/F Stuby 135 GCH CH Midernoch A Phortune Of Phranklins C French 79 GCH CH Legacy’s Oh Happy Day M Salva/L Mills 73 GCH CH Windamir Lover’s Tryst C Jobb/S Morgan 63 GCH CH Windamir Trojan Descharmette S Morgan/R Vuillermet/K Dorwart 55 CH Immer Treu Midnight Express L Shore/h shore/e shore 54 GCH CH Oakwood V Kaitlers Revival J Vandervort 49 GCH CH SD Mandrakes Firey Genie L Van Horn/D Foster 48 GCH CH Immer Treu Midnight Flame B Powers/J Powers 41 GCH CH Daveren’s Peaceful Dream J Robinson/J Eastman

Based on breed Competition

Giant Schnauzers 348 GCH CH Ingebars Siasconset Rose M Reese/M Bisceglia 272 GCH CH Kenro’s Fleeting Moment R Henderson/D Henderson 253 GCH CH Spicerack She’s All That RN M Davis 200 GCH CH Skansen’s Holy Knight C King 136 GCH CH Sonnenschein River Chase R Foster/P Foster 119 GCH CH Skansen’s C’Sofia Of Grandeur R Rechler/A Stromberg 86 GCH CH Seven Seas Auroras Adonis K Sevastopoulos/C Athanasvos 64 GCH CH Lowdown’s Nexus V Aerdenhout M Low/L Low 56 GCH CH Histyle’s Beautiful Beyond Belief-Buelah S Soto 54 GCH CH Doc’s Pride And Joy D Izmirlian Great Danes 2090 GCH CH Lobato’s JitterBug Man M Thomas/J Lobato/G Cole 1325 GCH CH Gemstone’s Promise Kept J Decinque/L DeCinque/M Lange/P Hix 1129 GCH CH Rojon’s Say Yes M Zanetos/S Barney/W Benoit/N Benoit 931 GCH CH Naples Tlbrk Dana Sanroque Naika Ika B Achiu/J Achiu 923 GCH CH Hladik’s Jump Up And Kiss Me K Roseman/Z Roseman/S Hladik 801 GCH CH Echolane-Darlin’s Beyond A Shadow Of A L Moser/J Brungard 773 GCH CH Drd’s The Revelation C Jensen/B Hainline 755 GCH CH Diola’s Start Your Engines J Diola/S Mauck 642 GCH CH Bayside Just Another Day In Paradise J Mulligan/V Mulligan 641 GCH CH Bayside Just A Gentleman J Hill/S Hill Great Pyrenees 496 GCH CH Honor’s Promise Of The Future B Ducker/K Bruneau 270 GCH CH Saddle Ridge Power Of Won B Tompkins-Weiss 247 GCH CH Dieudonne William Of Orange N Sharpe/K Simons/P Midgorden 239 GCH CH Beren’s Hope Of Thorn Hill J Wood/T Franklin 215 GCH CH Rivergroves Coco Mademoiselle J Boyd/M Cox/M Stewart 197 GCH CH Impyrial’s Home Run Matsui A Kiell-Green/C Mascuch/K Justin/V Coffm 160 GCH CH Talisman’s The Best Is Yet To Come D Dougherty 138 GCH CH Pyrpressure Victorious Strmt P Butler/D Butler 137 GCH CH Pyrpressure L’Orgueil M Johnson/G Johnson 80 GCH CH Rpyr Euzkalzale Apache Sage! T Denney-Combs/T Strom/L Nunez Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs 527 GCH CH Nox’s George Bailey’s Irish Creme N Kechner/J Comer/C Robson 420 GCH CH Twinpeaks Blarney E McWilliams/J Scott 407 GCH CH Painted Mtn Oliver Twist Of Fate K Markley/R Markley 322 GCH CH Alki’s Robert Redwood For Landhof K Borgmeyer/H Borgmeyer 283 GCH CH Derby’s X Marks The Spot A Mcfadden/D Echols 136 GCH CH Swiss Run’s Over The Legal Limit S Fine/D Never 117 GCH CH Calypso Alex Naughty By Nature C Brown/B Brown/T Brown/A Wilson 109 GCH CH Cornerstone’s Cool Hand Luke J Schottinger/P Cosner 105 GCH CH Land’s End Penzance Of Kismet C Neuman/H Neuman 87 GCH CH Sunhaven’s Bergi Of Grant’s Farm Manor K Busch/A Busch/B Martinez Komondorok 116 GCH CH Meadow View Officer N A Gentleman S Harman/M Harman/J Cupolo 31 CH Szenaspusztai Kati K Macvey 18 GCH CH Quintessential Curious George M. J Cupolo 18 GCH CH Nagyalma Unforgettable Too V Mcnelis/N Liebes 17 Brae’s Joska A Pompas B Johnston 13 CH Gazember Sandor L Postell/V Postell 5 CH Meadow View Southern Gentleman Of Ibis S Harman/M Harman/C Evans 5 CH Your The Lovable Won R Collado/A Collado/K Raleigh 5 GCH CH Szilvahelyi A Szerelem Rabja J Kachel/J Kachel/M Horvath/J Horvath 4 Ibis Good As Gold C Evans Kuvaszok 210 GCH CH Szumeria’s Wildwood Silver Six Pence M Vila/L Brady/C Muir/C Townsend 43 GCH CH Szumeria’s Sing A Song Of Sixpence L Brady/C Townsend/S Herring

32 GCH CH Double Ring Tarees Dream Machine C Ringering/K Ringering/I Miller/R Mille 28 GCH CH Starhavens Razzle Dazzle A Hejja/S Hejja 27 GCH CH Windridges Zoltonii Of Silver Meadow J Crawford/D Windham 21 CH Glacier Creek’s Mountain Man D Blank 18 GCH CH Mattiaci High Voltage At Glacier Creek D Blank 12 CH Santas Forest Polar Express S Furgeson/B Leech 11 CH Glacier Creek’s Spirit Of The Wind D Blank 10 CH Aegys Four On The Floor RN L Vogel Leonbergers 448 GCH CH Valioso Von Alpensee A Lawson/A Rios/A Greendyk 315 GCH CH A. Feiner Eros L Bazlen 100 GCH CH Desperado’s Bronco Billy RN L Taft 89 GCH CH Teberru Von Alpensee K Steichen 56 GCH CH Leodania’s Ma Reggio Di Calabria K Knight 49 GCH CH Kalahari’s Call To Attention J Cook 45 GCH CH Dragongarden’s Beyond The Blue J Hatlas-Pepper/W Jones 40 CH Bluebonnet’s Fricis Is On Fire Of Acorn A Mozeleski/W Jones/J Hatlas-Pepper 30 CH Newcastle’s Bold Gold S Costantino/P Smith 30 GCH CH Leos By The Sea Gaius L Baker Mastiffs 1164 GCH CH Jadems Rythm-N-Boo T Woods 659 GCH CH Britestar’s Dueling Desperado RN P Wilkinson/B House 615 GCH CH Jadems Oliver Twist J Berning/T Woods 551 GCH CH Lazy D’s Bonnie Blue N Walker/C Livingston 429 GCH CH Kingmonts Kalifornia Dreamin L Watson/A Page/C Harvey 308 GCH CH Beowulfs Bit O’Blarney T McKeown-Weaver 295 GCH CH Lexington Divine’s Put Me In, Coach RN J Sanchez/C Sanchez/M DeLisa/E Tortorell 238 GCH CH Dandylions Blowin’ It Out Da Box J Cole 227 GCH CH Spring Hollow’s Grand Slam M Horner/D Reece 203 GCH CH Lazy D’s Spartacus At Her Majesty’s K Williams Neapolitan Mastiffs 108 GCH CH Otella Bruto A Gurrola 75 GCH CH Bruno Della Vecchia Roma J Wolf/A Gurrola 62 CH Otella Brutus Della Vecchia Roma T Paratore/J Paratore 24 CH Beefcake Bodacious Of Majestic J Deppen/S Neely/G Neely 22 CH Amazing Love’s Crush L Hershberger 18 CH Mastino Templar Knight Of Cydonia A Hosking/R Hosking/L Ramos 15 CH Argo De La Bahia M Curtis/T Curtis 12 Valtor Billie Jean G Schaffer/V Valerio 12 GCH CH Lonette Della Vecchia Roma J Wolf 10 CH Ironwood’s Papparrazi J Deppen/S Van-Spruill Newfoundlands 639 GCH CH Cypress Bay Don Juan Demarco C Borklund/J Borklund 349 GCH CH Cypress Bay Jl Snazzy Story At Avalon L Rader/J Fitser/D Thornton 332 CH Pouch Cove’s Head Of State P Helming/D Helming 321 GCH CH Bright Str Berrin Charles Jager P Ruegger/R Danielson 307 GCH CH Pawsinn Threeponds Lancelot V Nguyen/G Dotzman 273 GCH CH Big Dog Farm Oh My Baby Huey L Cole/R Cole 230 GCH CH Longship’s New England Patriot J Cornell/E Cornell/J Brainard 228 GCH CH Windhavens Here’s A Story L Vande Ven 207 GCH CH Kilyka’s King Of Cool S Hope/M Hope 200 GCH CH Bear N Mind’s The Guardian CD C Gorsuch/D Gorsuch Portuguese Water Dogs 744 GCH CH Driftwood’s N Makitso Man O’ War R Cawley/E Holle 457 GCH CH Roseknoll’s Emerald Sea P Heath/M Heath/S Teasley/C Teasley 451 GCH CH Pouch Cove’s Mizrahi C O’Neil 438 GCH CH Spyglass’s Legend Of Bahia M Rembleske Continued on page 162


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437 GCH CH Fishbay’s Faith Hope And Love L Adams 398 GCH CH Odyseas Card Shark M Thomas 385 GCH CH Aviators Asta Primadona M Davis/B Waters 338 GCH CH Windruff Devil In The Deep Blue Sea C Kratz/M Koenigsberg 241 GCH CH Falcor-Hytide’s Raisin’ Cain RN K Latham 206 GCH CH Czamist Overlook Salt Water Storm M Novy/G Novy Rottweilers 1865 GCH CH Chancellor Flirt’s Hi Flyin’ Gladiator W Lewellen 1716 GCH CH Gamegards Rhythm Of The Rain C Krown/V Weaver/P Marsh/D Rosetta 1348 GCH CH D’Oro Solidos Feliciano Uno D Cabe/H Cabe 925 GCH CH Parisans Helo Of Riverridge R Ramsour/T Johnston/S Eikanger-Stoops 813 GCH CH Cammcastle’s Kore Elements P Schumacher/S Otto 612 GCH CH Precious Gems Clark Kent RE E Jacobson 597 GCH CH Falcon Crests Diamond In The Ruff CD RE J Walker/C Walker/S Larsen/S Larsen 577 GCH CH Avatar White Roses No Shelter From The S Williams-Weinberger/R Robertson 508 GCH CH Cammcastle’s My Gigolo G Renzulli/W Renzulli 461 GCH CH Banshee’s Duke Of Rott’N Acre’S CD RE J Eaton Samoyeds 1233 GCH CH Glacier’s N Rowdy’s Czargent Trouble C O’Neill/J O’Neill 948 GCH CH Mcmagic’s Candied Ham Of Pebblesrun A Kiell Green/A Green/P McCallum 630 GCH CH Ala-Kasam’s Spirit Of Adventure W Lyle/T Delaney 535 GCH CH Millcreeks Jesse James P Griffin/G Griffin 369 GCH CH Sammantic Now Or Never B Bruns/W Stamp 351 GCH CH Rossia’s Denali Star S Markow/E Markow 315 GCH CH “Stolichnaya” Stoli L Edel/J Augustus 314 CH D’Keta Strikes Gold C Cheskawich/J Cheskawich/K Miller 282 GCH CH T-Snow Star’s Beyond Destiny M Willdigg/L Ragsdale 281 GCH CH Storytales Past Present & Future B King/K King/N King Siberian Huskies 1135 GCH CH Kontoki’s A Bend In The Road N Wisniewski/J Guin/R Tang/S Kao/M De Pa 1027 GCH CH Huskavarna’s Destined To Win F Wright/D Wright/G Marcy/P Marcy 674 GCH CH Dynasty’s Husky Dream Girl H Tang 660 GCH CH Topaz Silver Lining C French 630 GCH CH Karnovanda’s Tenzing J Russell/S Hubbach/L Cera 543 GCH CH Snocrest’s Leone Di Oro S Barkon/M Shveima 409 GCH CH Snowfire’s Lite N Up M Lehman/L Lehman 386 GCH CH Trillium Blue’s Raising The Bar E DeMartino/D Spendle 326 GCH CH Indigo’s Synama Wood Imp D Qualls/J Duwaldt-Coutu/P Powell/B Mitc 317 GCH CH Alnisar’s Princessa Anastacia Y Rosenbaum/J Rosenbaum St. Bernards 1027 GCH CH Summerlyn’s Keeping It Real W Buell/J Schart/M Pierce 387 GCH CH Jamelle’s Aristocrat V Elba L Baker/E Baker 383 GCH CH Alta Vista’s Billion Kilowatt CD RN T Brown/V Brown/W Buell/E Hines 263 GCH CH Danka’s Emerald Eyes D Kaemerer/R Kaemerer 250 GCH CH Tinkberbells Solid Gold B Leech/S Furgeson/K Parkman 224 GCH CH Melon City Capone J Petersen/D Petersen 147 GCH CH Wintercrest Joy To The World V Engelbach/P Engelbach 142 GCH CH Kings Mill Lombardi L Wilson/R Wilson 136 GCH CH Trademark’s Zephan A Shook 124 GCH CH Amberdee’s Lion Roars Tonite Of Subira H Dees/T Brown/R Bonito Standard Schnauzers 869 GCH CH Pepper Tree Zorro V Morgenwald P Duffee 397 GCH CH Goarrhein Chateau Palos Shiraz RN TD PT M Just/D Just/E Mohrenweiser/H Mohrenwei 309 GCH CH Charisma Maxim Von Diable L Adiletti/J Adiletti 226 GCH CH Bardwoods Black Prince B Palmer/L Palmer 218 GCH CH Halcyon’s Don Quixote II E Davison 216 GCH CH Shalimars Golden Ticket J Trombley/N Lomando 182 GCH CH Oregonized Gulf Coast Hurricane K Crist

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166 GCH CH Bolero Gentle Gisele Of Briarcliff Pointe R Cline/J Cline 134 GCH CH Celtic Cross Steel Pride D Naughton/L Cole 128 GCH CH Sketchbook Neon Lights L Hansen Tibetan Mastiffs 328 GCH CH Dreamcatcher Major Victory Of Loki D Parsons/W Slayton 267 GCH CH Shang-Hai’s Shadow Of The Cascades P Novarra 107 GCH CH Himalaya’s Apache Eyota Ba’Cho Goshe G Nunnally 83 GCH CH Timberline Kayakyi Eytukan J Bach/C Radcliffe 61 GCH CH Ruff’s Sweet Moonlight Serenade B Lott/B Ruffini 60 GCH CH Himalaya’s Ayasha Ho’Nehe Tishomingo G Nunnally 52 GCH CH Drakyi Sagun Kachar C Gordon/L Cain Denk/M Denk 49 GCH CH Samrat Of Saras S Ochsenbein/H Sekhon 38 CH Himalaya’s A F Mufasa Of Stone W Puckett/S Ochsenbein 35 CH Chenporewa Jojo Jenuine Dreamkeeper K Dewitt/K McDaniel

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Airedale Terriers 645 GCH CH Brisline’s Goforit Energizer Bunny G McRae/C Reynolds/B Fakkema/H Piperis 246 GCH CH Epoch’s Time Bandit A Moore/D Moore 205 GCH CH Stirling Made Of Honor T Dilworth/J Dilworth 137 GCH CH Victorianne Crimson Sentry D Jonck/E Jonck/A Curtis/J Koskowski 133 GCH CH Darbywood’s Unstoppable J Surfus 91 GCH CH Elkrems Cold Hard Cache L Merkle 83 GCH CH Stone Ridge Tobylinn J Linn/S Kipp/S Kipp 81 GCH CH Joval On Angel’s Wings V Rickard/J Rickard 78 GCH CH Lynaire’s Perfect Storm L Jarvis 57 GCH CH Hoorah Ferocious Gentleman Branch K Kurucz/A Gomez American Staffordshire Terriers 917 GCH CH Alpine’s Highwayman Z Smith/E Thomason/K Thomason/C Lefloch 507 GCH CH Alpine’s Ring Of Fire E Thomason/K Thomason/N Tibay 455 GCH CH Castle Rock’s Sbigstaff Mad About You G Brown/R Sampson/D Pesenti 230 GCH CH Wonderlands Heavily Armed Agitator A Alexander 169 GCH CH Major League’s Silver Slugger C Ward/H Ward 160 GCH CH Gang-Staff Wild Thing A Kalicinska/D Guilmette 158 GCH CH Bacardi Boy Of Daft Raptors L Tulloch/B Keller/T Cannon 156 GCH CH Celtic’s Quinlynn Greer T McDonald 130 CH Alpine’s Catch Me If You Can Z Smith/E Thomason/K Thomason 109 GCH CH Winmors High Speed Chase C Lowery-Richmond/T Richmond Australian Terriers 299 GCH CH Kambara’s Zebulon A Mitchell/C Mitchell 230 GCH CH Ryba’s Nothing But Blue Skies P Levy 145 GCH CH Abq San Isidro Christhill K Hill/W Christensen 136 GCH CH Nellyson’s Mr Dont Skip The Zip C Mechalke/J Mechalke 97 GCH CH Black Back Firefly P Levy 81 GCH CH Benayr Clay Tucker L Weaver 68 CH Lodiah Red Hawk S Diuble 64 GCH CH Dunham Lake Scout Master T Steinmetz/J Steinmetz/T Goiffon 63 GCH CH Aka Inu Story Teller S Hopkins/K Occhiuti/S Boyd 61 GCH CH Dreamtime’s Latin Lover R Farmer/M Harban Bedlington Terriers 313 GCH CH Lamz Heads I Win Tails You Lose L Zembrzuski/G Gilbeau 312 GCH CH First Class Syrah D’Hermitage J Fogel J Weiskopf/L Nilsson 85 GCH CH Dehayyim’s Lover Boy D’Carillon D Taban/L Heyman 72 GCH CH Hampton Court’s Rhapsody In Blue V Malzoni 71 GCH CH Sandon N’ Oakhill Jazzy Jubilee S Miles/F Harper 64 GCH CH Wmshire Krystal Blue Jewel R Lundin/N Peterson 60 GCH CH Kaylynn’s Party Crasher R Beutler/M Strickland/S Beutler

53 GCH CH Glaurieus Top Supermodelle L Friesen/W Friesen 50 GCH CH Boardwalk’s Bling Bling J Steele/E Wolkenmuth Border Terriers 914 GCH CH Meadowlake Simply Sinful K Courtelis/K Fitzpatrick/J Wilkinson/D 616 GCH CH Devon Moonshadow Of Marlyn M Title/C McKenzie 401 GCH CH Lyrical’s Shake Your Moneymaker A Hargrave 360 GCH CH Devon Lady Simper Fi S Middlebrooks/A Miller/L Miller 293 GCH CH Faireview Mile Marker SE M Henning/K Henning/G Cobussen/R Cobusse 191 GCH CH Surefyre’s Benny And The Jets RN JE C Bartlett/W Bartlett 183 GCH CH Ristle Alley Hoop At Coldstream R Cobussen/G Helmbrecht 174 GCH CH Standish’s N Webe Beleve It Or Not K Myers/J Standish/R Maxwell 170 GCH CH Meadowlake Whistler At Amberly L Leone/K Fitzpatrick 165 GCH CH Otley Gen. J Logan M Long/S Belson Bull Terriers (Colored) 159 GCH CH Old England’s Coco Chanel A Bavol/W Bavol 97 GCH CH Byron’s Piece Of My Heart F Pytko 79 CH Javarke King At Arnolds A Salas/G Anderson 74 GCH CH Magor Islay Passion RN R Myall/R Harmon/G Smith/N Smith 69 GCH CH Magor Mighty Marauder RN T Mages/G Smith/N Smith 68 GCH CH Glentom’s You Were Mint For Me T Cournoyer/M Cournoyer/G Wright/J Wrigh 62 CH Aragon’s Ruffin It At Honeytree P Selk/V Everett/P Grecco/M Bankus 56 GCH CH Rootn Flirtn With Texas T Jacobsen/R Whyte 51 GCH CH Skyline’s In Hot Pursuit S Thompson/A Woodman 49 GCH CH Rockwell Boom-Boom At Hubert’S H Lara Bull Terriers (White) 243 GCH CH Action Chaos I’M So Delicious R Idone/F Berez 107 GCH CH Corsaire The Courier V Corse/G Anderson 81 GCH CH Glentom Rising Star C Patterson/G Wright/W Patterson 78 GCH CH Bulliards Good Hearted Woman J Snider/M Long 58 D Bar Lady Ga Ga Tulsadoom J Davis 57 CH Yoeckydoe’s Gamin J Jones/H Jones/H Knockaert 52 GCH CH Old England’s White Imperial Empress M McConnell/A Bavol/S McConnell/W Bavol 42 GCH CH Action Dream Come True S Altmann/F Berez 39 GCH CH Bigshot Eye Candy A Brouwer/F Berez 39 CH Bulroarus Tuff Atthe Top C Pew Cairn Terriers 1286 GCH CH Maverston Double Dutch T Erickson/M Lucier 390 GCH CH Hampton Court’s Pick Pocket V Malzoni 377 GCH CH Hampton Court’s Ashley V Malzoni 232 GCH CH Rocco’s Collar King Carl Xvi Gustaf K Kauffman/W Eckard 226 GCH CH Terriwood Mojo B Doyle/N Lentgis/K Godwin/T Godwin 209 GCH CH Cairndale Wonderful Life At Lovat P Patzman/J Mortenson 164 GCH CH Dogwood Treasure Hunter P Davis 160 GCH CH Cairnforyou Start Spreadin The News D Germany 151 GCH CH Cairnbrae’s Highland Sentinel W Rothe/G Rothe 128 GCH CH Madison Avenues Jordy Boy L Marshall/H Marshall/P Nicolai/N Guglie Cesky Terriers 65 GCH CH Devineheart’s Babicka At Altrincham CM L Marino/G Marino 29 CH Zlatapraha Brubeck W Craig/M Joliat 19 Devineheart’s Idus Martias L Drew 16 CH Tryska Von Klanovice L Marino 8 Windrush Gunther Lrd Of Manr S Cassel/N Cassel 8 Rasputin Vom Lichtblick C Ewen/U Pignon 7 CH Windrush Hailee’s Comet RN TD L Kuczynski Veazie 6 Alchemy Dolce Vita N Fletcher/D Fletcher 6 Devineheart’s Goodnight Irene N Devine/J Devine/L Marino/B RISI-DIAMON 6 Alchemy Narration Cisco C Ewen

Dandie Dinmont Terriers 89 GCH CH Clossongrey Frankystein K Dorn/L Dorn 59 GCH CH King’s Mtn. Angelina Ballerina S Hickson/D Chambers-Rau 57 GCH CH Pennywise Dirty Dancing C Nelson 46 GCH CH Pastime Eloise At The Plaza K Cramer/P Cramer 43 GCH CH Redclay Dreamboat Lieutenant Disher L Chapal/M Menozi 43 GCH CH New Frontier At Meriglen J Judge/M Wilson 26 CH Clossongrey Wimbleweather M Couto/K Brucker/B Brucker 25 CH King’s Mtn. Robert The Bruce B Stenmark/S Hickson/V Wilson 23 CH Lonsdale Sir Joseph Porter A Simpson 21 GCH CH Clossongrey Spider Web M Couto/J Judge/A Judge Fox Terriers (Smooth) 618 GCH CH Waybroke Broxden Turning Tanner V Malzoni/A Booth 564 GCH CH Slyfox Sneak’s A Peek J Smith 237 GCH CH Lil’Itch Wedigit Pretty Boy Floyd W Perry/S Hoesman/S Lopez 135 GCH CH Quissex Mouche J Smith/D Gabel 134 GCH CH Fortuna De Aiedkii’S S Savini 132 GCH CH High Mountain Everso In Command C Snavely/R Snavely 117 GCH CH Warfox High Mtn Sweetheart L Nelson/S Nelson 113 GCH CH Wedigit Lil’ Itch Th’ Celebrity S Hoesman/S Lopez 109 GCH CH Nileefox Dirty Idea D Rathgeber/S Rathgeber 98 GCH CH Wedigit Midnight Madness J Valle Fox Terriers (Wire) 527 GCH CH Steele Your Heart T Steele/M Roma 292 GCH CH Graycottage Santeric Fyrestorm C Graham/A Graham 102 GCH CH Jadee-Connacht Just You Wait J Diehl/L Manning/K Reges 90 GCH CH Purston Imperial Prince M Collings/R Cross 89 GCH CH Dalriada’s Mystic C Campbell/J Killeen 82 GCH CH Rangel’s Crown Prince V Malzoni 79 GCH CH Random Ruse K Read 54 GCH CH Strozzavolpe Wait Until Dark D Heck/T Pavic 53 GCH CH Br’Er Fox Grushen’Ka Zabava J Fishbach/C Mouris 42 GCH CH Classic Western Swing B Preslar/J Preslar Glen of Imaal Terriers 100 GCH CH Coleraine’s Mandalay Royalty B Sussman/R Shuter/M High 81 GCH CH Cill Dara’s Fergus Of Daulton R Bowness/P Bowness/J Daulton 51 GCH CH Daulton’s Emerald Green J Daulton/P Estes/M Greene/C Greene 48 GCH CH Rainbow Springs Wicklow’s Warrior Of Ber W Roland/R Roland/M Carty 45 GCH CH Finnabair Song O’My Heart M McDaniel/M Ewald 41 GCH CH Abberann Abaigeal S Blum/J Blum 28 GCH CH Liberty’s Darren Of Daulton P Estes/J Daulton 24 CH Kilkenny’s Sullivan Of Castlerock C Chiddister/S Blum 21 CH Finnabair Rocket’s Red Glare A Henschel/M McDaniel 19 CH Glenbride Dizzy Gillespie F Morrison/J Morrison Irish Terriers 277 GCH CH Sugarbush’s American Girl T Miller/D Miller 208 GCH CH Kells Touch Of Fleet St. A Barker/V Malzoni 169 GCH CH Rockledge’s Micah Of Meath L Honey/J Wilson 147 GCH CH Laochragh’s Clancy K Marsh/K Marsh 48 GCH CH Glenstal’s Standing Ovation J Nash/J Nash 19 GCH CH Granuaile’s Turbulent Tibbott Of Rockfleet S Bednar/D Bednar 17 GCH CH Huntermoon Midnight Ryder M Kowalczuk/N Petersen/B Petersen 15 CH Oh ! Patrick Daisey P Crane/G Crane 13 Glenstal’s Hot Topic At Fairplay C Goodfellow/J Nash/J Nash 12 Blackacre Bequest M Best Kerry Blue Terriers 450 GCH CH Alainn Dugan G Geoghegan/B Geoghegan/S Redmon/C Redmo 385 GCH CH Perrisblu Kennislain’s Chelsey E Yingling/L Yingling/C Yingling/B Yingl Continued on page 166


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Continued FROM page 162 355 GCH CH Heritage Mickey Devine Of Kilgawny J Garahan/K Garahan/W Kearney/C Kearney 219 GCH CH Trozian Onyx At Torum E Yingling/L Yingling 177 GCH CH Krisma’s Lotsa Lottie Da For Liviah L Grier/T Grier/J Deaton/B Inman 166 GCH CH Torum The Spaniard N Fletcher/D Fletcher 129 GCH CH Aon Meghean M Johnson/P Johnson 124 GCH CH Lady Katharine Of Ross K Gonzalez/N Andreasik 112 GCH CH Keystone’s Doctor Bue E Pheasant/L Pheasant 106 GCH CH Kerrisel’s Here’s Looking At You R Nicholson/C Nicholson Lakeland Terriers 84 GCH CH Larkspur Acadia Save Me A Spot A Barker/S Fraser/M Sacco 84 GCH CH Iron Van Foliny Home V Malzoni 57 GCH CH Talydales Friend Of The Force S Smith 50 GCH CH Delzar-Foxbriar Jubilation M Jacobs 36 CH Snowtaires Red Alert J Peace/D Peace/B Decker 34 CH Snowtaires Here Comes The Sun L Eidal/B Decker 29 CH Northcote’s No Doubt T Alloway 28 Canopyoak Delzar Red Hot Chili Pepper J Grave De Peralta/T Szaras-Deloria 24 CH Brocair’s Pied Piper At High Hills L Montgomery/D Green 22 GCH CH Delzar’s Cookie Cutter P Harbison/T Szaras Manchester Terriers (Standard) 318 GCH CH Shal-Mar’s Royal Jumpin Jack Flash S Webb/R Webb/P Rank 143 GCH CH Oasis Blue Lagoon S Cafferty 80 GCH CH Oasis Razzmatazz V Stanert/B Stanert 79 GCH CH Rainsong N Burmack’s Groovy Kind Of J Burrows/D Green/A Gerhold/P Mackesey 61 GCH CH Medley’s War Hunt E Tonini/J Tonini 61 GCH CH Medley’s Princess Bride T Myers 61 GCH CH Blackhawks National Treasure J Gorman/N Gorman/S Gorman/S Gorman 52 GCH CH Starfire’s Leave It To Me Of Subira E Hines/B Buell/B Odell 51 GCH CH Wilane’s Midnight Rydor R Gates/B Wood/K Brewer 43 GCH CH Starfire’s That’s What It’s All About Z Bolin Miniature Bull Terriers 250 GCH CH Temris Bully For Me A Nelson 195 GCH CH Evolution’s Educated At Silmaril C Pew 168 GCH CH Cambria’s Kid N Play D Guerrero/A Guerrero 156 GCH CH Amchara Leading Lady Of Brownstone C Brown-Stone/S Stone 86 GCH CH Bonsai Winning Colors At Bullikountry R Kennedy 64 GCH CH Wild West One Of A Kind C Raynor/R Raynor 51 GCH CH Eggstream Quintessence Exploding Star B McMullen/D McMullen 49 GCH CH Evolution’s Eddie Izzard S Cummings/B Hainline/K Toomey/J DeGrucc 47 GCH CH Cambrias Shel Be All Fired Up E Held/C Korn 41 GCH CH Menusha’s What Little Girls R Made Of B Krautler Miniature Schnauzers 1158 GCH CH Repitition’s Valedictorian L Sicurella 706 GCH CH Allaruth Just Kidding V Sole Baye Y Phelps/R Ziegler 599 GCH CH Belgar’s Desert Sand M Lande/L Harstad 517 GCH CH Rockyhill Icees “Raisin’ The Bar” S Fry 442 GCH CH Blythewood Full Metal Jacket J Huber 292 GCH CH Minuteman Venus Flytrap C McMillan 249 GCH CH Regency’s Playmaker B Verna/S Wang 200 GCH CH Tomar’s Captain Morgan M Paisley 164 GCH CH Blythewood The Rifleman J Huber 144 GCH CH Vf Oliver’s Cowboy B Sanders Norfolk Terriers 387 GCH CH Cracknor Cross The Ts P Beale/E Matell/B Sweigart 147 GCH CH Venerie’s Regatta Dr. Who P Campbell/R Sutton/P Beale 130 GCH CH Max-Well’s Red Apple S Kipp/B Miller 128 GCH CH Bigwig’s Mack The Knife H Cole/D Hall/C Cole/K Slump 85 GCH CH Max-Well’s Violet S Kipp/B Miller

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82 GCH CH Max-Well’s Rainbow K Kopack/B Miller/S Kipp 65 GCH CH Max-Well’s Valley Girl S Kipp/B Miller 57 GCH CH Lostmtn’s Harry Of Llywydd A Thomas/B Thomas 49 GCH CH Starmtn Ez Link To Domby J Sternberg/K Sternberg 48 CH Eyreloom Scarlett Ribbons K Stefkovich Norwich Terriers 738 GCH CH Skyscot’s Texas Hold ‘Em S Esposito 514 GCH CH Fly’N High’s Sonic Boom S Jones 427 GCH CH Waiterock Jack Falstaff C Harper 381 GCH CH Foxwood Chasing A Dream K Mines/A Kress 227 GCH CH Itsy Bitsy Troubadour T Willrich/G Willrich 155 GCH CH Yarrow Yenerie Starlite Express W Pape 145 GCH CH Maystar’s Coast To Coast D Vogt/S Vogt 126 GCH CH Itsy Bitsy Rocky Mountain High T Willrich/G Willrich 116 GCH CH Huntwood’s Joy Ride Of Moorcroft J Kinney/L Kinney/S Kipp 97 GCH CH Littlefield Dignpop Dashiell Of Dungeness B Litchford/E Jong/L Little Parson Russell Terriers 448 GCH CH Foxbend Colour Me More J Gardner/D Rapport/D Bryson 244 GCH CH Orejac Roustabout J Caulk 236 GCH CH Brillwood Be A Man L Edwards/J Ramming/J Miller 211 GCH CH Telltale Red Rock Joint Adventure C Florence 120 GCH CH Stonebrook’s Academy Award B Wilson/M Cabral/D Busby 102 GCH CH Snow Wolf’s Great Expectations D Nunn/C Nunn/M Strom-Bernard 98 GCH CH Snow Winds Batteries Not Included M Strom-Bernard 94 GCH CH Foxer’s Moon Shine P Renard 85 GCH CH Cobblestones Six Million Dollar Man M Asher/M Asher/S Chase 81 GCH CH Windy Ridge Any Given Sunday JE R Warner/G Warner Scottish Terriers 958 GCH CH Lomondview Clementina D Eggert/J Eggert 702 GCH CH Mcvan’s Be Bop Baby V Huber/R Cross 306 GCH CH Anstamm Maryscot No Speed Limit M Duarte/M O’Neal/Anstamm Knl 288 GCH CH Friendship Hill Stars And Stripes P Gallatin/M Browne 226 GCH CH Woburn Camelot Unbridled Spirit D Russell/S Russell 217 GCH CH Mcvan’s Sentimental Journey V Huber/R Cross/J Lewis 189 GCH CH Jacglen’s Forever Present J Forkel/R Forkel/T Durrette 107 GCH CH Mcscots Karascots Rufftons Six Shooter M Parsons/D Fowler/R Fowler 95 CH Deblin’s Just Talk’N D Brookes/J Goldberg 90 GCH CH Mcvan’s Lightning And Lace Strikes A Solomito Sealyham Terriers 162 GCH CH Efbe’s Goodspice Easy Money F Bergeron/M Good 66 GCH CH Goodspice Fergus Pepper T Fraser/F Bergeran 43 GCH CH Shshown Moonlight Serenade Of Dubwyre R June/J Thill/D Francois 37 CH Slyfox Flying Under The Radar At Fanfare J Taggart/M Taggart/L Prather 33 GCH CH Goodspice Round Tripp Ticket R Rhoades 27 GCH CH Bedlam’s Unforgetable T Childers/J Childers/M Childers/W Jones 26 CH Dubwyre Mystical Interlude Of Shshown R June/J Thill/D Francois 21 GCH CH Cepage C’Est La Vie De Dunnville K Haugland/K Haugland/M Browne/C Jenning 19 GCH CH Goodspice Brawny Brehannon J Friedel/K Kauffman 15 CH Slyfox Ferrari Red At Fanfare L Tennet Skye Terriers 143 GCH CH Talakan Trumpeter Swan J Davis 132 GCH CH Jay-Roy Byrne ‘N Hot For You D Salandro 124 GCH CH Solana Big Lebowski M Shiue 120 GCH CH Cragsmoor Buddy Goodman C Koch/V Malzoni 87 GCH CH Gleanntan Glindathegoodwitch Gleanntan Knl 17 CH Royalist Dust Devil K Jennings/H Reburn/K Svee 16 CH Cry Havoc Shadow Of The Thin Man S Spicer/B Spicer 15 GCH CH Kuhl Breeze Lil’ Less Talk D Ridley/D Divis/E Ridley

Based on breed Competition

14 GCH CH Highlanders Stuart Royalist P Zeller 13 CH Gleanntan Wonderful Wizard Of Oz Gleanntan Knl Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers 591 GCH CH Gleanngay Legend Of The Grail S Leonard 566 GCH CH Dundalk Put Me In Coach C Burdge/B Zapf 524 GCH CH Doubloon’s Salt Of The Earth E Landa 359 GCH CH Wilobet’s Angel In My Pocket J Bratton/T Walter 272 GCH CH Sho-Well’s Bree’s Boy Toy K Elliot 193 GCH CH Legend Deja Vu All Over Again S Leonard 158 GCH CH Moonstruck Sanddollar Sassy Salsa B Bates/H Fraguela/W Bates 144 GCH CH Whindancer’s Sweet Dreams Are Made Of S Ratliffe/A Kochan/D Meath/C Radford 127 GCH CH Greentree Rising Star J Andras/B McDonald/K McDonald/M Andras 125 GCH CH Greentree Moonstruck Mombo Man B McDonald/K McDonald Staffordshire Bull Terriers 486 GCH CH Homebrewed Page Three Girl L Craig 420 GCH CH Cumhil Hell Raiser Z Smith 343 GCH CH Prada Classic Aranisle At Donnellas P Briasco/P Briasco/R Hopkinson/D Hopkin 212 GCH CH Angranian Derry Mucker Z Smith/A Owen 169 GCH CH Mustang Sally’s Dream Boy D Rashke/P Rashke 164 CH Sikaistaff Dancing Devil T Lohr 124 GCH CH Jaxstock’s Life Of Crime C Jacksic 98 GCH CH Classy Staffys An Outlaw Gang RN L Heimbuch/S Edinger/K Edinger 94 GCH CH Devils And Fairies Flesh For Fantasy T Keetch 88 GCH CH Glenmar’s Little Deuce Coupe V Dunham/M Goethals Welsh Terriers 393 GCH CH Bayleigh Shaireab’s Pinball Wizard K Bailey/S Abmeyer/M Steuer 230 GCH CH Brightluck’s Prancing Pirate SE R Hunt/D Hunt 189 GCH CH Bruhil’s First Lady B Schwartz 103 GCH CH Bayleigh Shaireab’s Super Hero M Jacobs/K Bailey/S Abmeyer 51 GCH CH Saredon It Had To Be You V Malzoni 50 GCH CH Darwyn Bruhil’s Flying Circus L Hotchin 45 GCH CH Shaireab’s Bayleigh Just The Ticket S Abmeyer/K Bailey/P Clark 42 GCH CH Hapitails Lady Guinevere At Teritails T Lohmuller 35 GCH CH Abbeyrose Jersey Boy M Duafala/P Allen 35 GCH CH Malvado Misty Rayne Of Cambrian P Clark/J Fox-Stephens West Highland White Terriers 473 GCH CH Bar Dan Remington Steele P Davidson 463 GCH CH Snowy River’s Avalanche JE C Higginbotham/K Simmons/T McCain/M Higg 402 GCH CH Blythefell Fergus C Hufnagel 296 GCH CH Deerhaven An Heir About Him E Jandt/T Pancost 222 GCH CH Duntrune’s Bank On It S Jordan/B Jordan 174 GCH CH Wyndbrae’s Maclaren P Whiting/S Byrd/W Noble 166 GCH CH Holyrood’s Meant To Be J Francisco/P Harris 165 GCH CH Jgb’s Son Of A Preacherman M Brown 163 GCH CH Rotella-Bay’s I’m A Son Of A Gun L Case/F Case 155 GCH CH Glenbrittle ‘The Oringinator’ Of Trouble R McCaskill

Toy Group

Affenpinschers 408 GCH CH Banana Joe V. Tani Kazari Z Truesdale/M Cooymans 392 GCH CH Tamarin Top Banana M Kahlo 77 GCH CH Winterkloud Winston D Gehnert/L Bitz/M Peat 41 GCH CH Velvet Dandy’s Auntie Dot K DeBruin/D Debruin 31 GCH CH Aberdeens Monkey Man K Hickey 29 GCH CH Collindale’s Jake J Daley/J Collins 27 CH Carmichan Kit N Caboodle For Balata S Lex/J McEvoy 21 GCH CH Ferlin’s It’s All About Me L Ferris 19 CH Watermark Horatio J Fournell-Ferrall/H Fournell-Ferrall

18 GCH CH Tejon’s Moe Bandit S Welch/M Welch Brussels Griffons 661 GCH CH Knolland Amber Moon S Kipp/B Wyckoff/C Ginsberg 219 GCH CH Cashnross’ First Griff Tina Fey F Cashin/C Ross 207 GCH CH Desert Skies Cosmic Galaxy M Brown/P Brown 204 GCH CH Chismick’s Lights On Broadway K Jaeger/M Jaeger 199 GCH CH Endor And Donandru’s New Moon R Pereira 174 GCH CH Aberglen Hilltop Rope Trix J Achord 129 GCH CH Jimijo’s Bare With Me J Adamson/K Jacobson 111 GCH CH Raja Got An Xtra Boost At Norbest B Yoakum/L Vanderpool 95 GCH CH Chismick’s Drivin’ That Hot Rod Lincoln L Straub 77 GCH CH Marsdon Frankly Speaking B Strange Cavalier King Charles Spaniels 1545 GCH CH Miletree Northern Star B Henry/S Henry/B George 1051 GCH CH Mcytation Irish Blessing M Mc Cormick 973 GCH CH Sheeba Mark Twain I Cahn/K Ostmann/M Treacy 890 GCH CH Full Of Malarkey Miles Of Aisles T Kelly/P Kelly 728 GCH CH Kavalor Fenway Park K Galipeault/R Galipeault/C Barnes 725 GCH CH Stepamgar King Of Memphis L Shreffler/J Shreffler 602 GCH CH We-Syng Royal Etiquette G Reardon/N Wright 565 GCH CH Karlees Pryme Tyme At Bar-Jon J Ioia/C Rose/D Petralia/K Rose 564 GCH CH Jayba’s Gentlemens Quarterly At L Crane/M Crane 538 GCH CH Forestcreek Dream On K Cline/D Cline/P Mixon/J Mixon Chihuahuas (Long Coat) 1087 GCH CH Kokura Yama Jp Silent Rose K Yama 980 GCH CH Silver Bluff Rolls Royce B Fischer/S Weigand 849 GCH CH Roseland Eli T Bregman 690 GCH CH Taradona Flash Harry D Delaney/T Jackson/B Gall/S Gall 464 GCH CH Kokura Yama Jp Emirio K Yama/L George 389 GCH CH Phareview Pleasant Effect S Mollnar/J Phariss 387 GCH CH Wynjyn’s Steal My Kisses Ff V Brown/P Brown/C Brown 378 GCH CH Victory Mask Of Zorro K Hulstein/S Hartwig 347 GCH CH Aurora’s Silver Lining M Sulecki 252 GCH CH Dragon Lair Wildrose Mojo Risin L Jin Chihuahuas (Smooth Coat) 1068 GCH CH Ayrwen Star Kissed Delight G Johnson/A Johnson 395 GCH CH South Fork’s Stylish Image M Held 378 GCH CH Baroque Creme De Cassis M Hamilton 376 GCH CH Belle Shoals Sir Winston C C Mcintosh 321 GCH CH Belles -N- Ka-Lynn’s I’M Your Superman K Terry/A Terry 311 GCH CH Silver Bluff Mahogany Sonador L Wolfson/R Maser/J Deeming 306 GCH CH Genbrook’s Playin’ With Fire B Kaye/G Stiles 286 GCH CH Hallmark’s Fort Coupe R Metzker/W Lascelles/J Hopper 264 GCH CH Heavenly’s Darling Dana A Ray 259 GCH CH Mataje’s Gatecrasher D Gutzwiler Chinese Crested 838 GCH CH Whisperinglane Should’Ve Beena Cowboy M Boyd/C Cisar 667 GCH CH Hampton Court’s Party Time At Legend V Malzoni 585 GCH CH Kamikazi’s Hot Sake J Kusumoto/R Kusumoto/M Miyagawa/T Miyag 422 GCH CH Silvercreeks Friendship Is Golden T Henry/T Golden 414 GCH CH Tacori’s Lyin Is A Sin A Butterklee 321 GCH CH Meesah’s Best Buddy M Tosh 278 GCH CH Gingery’s Sweet Tea A Butterklee/B Cleveland/V Helu 251 GCH CH Jahan King Of Bling P Franklin 243 GCH CH Pang Pens Momma’s Little Miracle V Zeese/J Zeese 243 GCH CH Jrf-Evercrest’s Stop! Look & Listen T Smith/L Jones English Toy Spaniels (Blenheim & Prince Charles) 253 GCH CH Loujon Backroads To Paris C Williams/J Ward/K Miller Continued on page 170


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The Dog News Top Ten List Continued FROM page 166 101 GCH CH Madde’s Eli-Fran Aristocrat D Bell 77 GCH CH Cheri-A Wingo Lord Nelson J Wood/W Goddyn 47 GCH CH Southdown Now Or Never B Van Deman 33 CH Carousel N’ Southdown Never More G Roy/B Van Deman 31 GCH CH Royalist Ready To Reign D Johnson/J Haverick/J Hubbard/W Holbroo 30 GCH CH Cheri-A Wingo Lord Olivier S Hill/M Hill/S Jones 27 CH Enchanting Spirit Hot Toddy S Lutz/P Sulzberger 20 CH Draggonsfly Raise The Bar High G Pistor 19 GCH CH Adair’s Journey To Ravissant NA OAJ J Smedley English Toy Spaniels (King Charles & Ruby) 138 GCH CH Loujon Suruca Last Issue K Miller/S Jackson/M Jaeger/C Williams 110 GCH CH Southdown Nevermind B Van Deman 69 GCH CH Southdown Nonetheless B Van Deman 69 GCH CH Sanchi Chocopologie B Miller 63 GCH CH Flivverway The Oscar J Peterson 47 GCH CH Lto Prosperity R Cole/M Landers 44 CH Surucas Waltzing Matilda S Jackson 42 GCH CH Eli-Fran’s Sir Bruce CDX RAE AX AXJ F Pouder/K Pouder 41 GCH CH By Design Mudslide M Dullinger 40 CH Sirius’ The Red Saint B Maurer/P Cox/J Swanson/J Cox Havanese 1002 GCH CH Bellatak Mcdreamy J OAKES/C Shea/K Patrick/T Patrick/J Sam 932 GCH CH Harbor’s Petunia Pinkle Bottom C Field/H Bennett 746 GCH CH Askin Steppin’ To The Bad Side L Curtis/E Curtis 640 GCH CH D’VA’s Spellbound In Motion S Johnston/D Hinkle/B Ehlers 636 GCH CH Fuzzy Farm Qbin Who’s On First S Lawrence/A Lawrence 556 GCH CH Oeste’s Havnfun Playin An Outlaw M King/R Schindler/J Vogel 527 GCH CH Marcosa’s Slip Slidin’ Away H Kolzow/C Kolzow/D Chambers 465 GCH CH Adorabull That’s Better Than Sex S Lucas/P Lucas/D Scheiris/D Scheiris 373 GCH CH Janjems Party Animal J Wahl 350 GCH CH Joyfulnoise Come Fly With Me D Hart/G Hart Italian Greyhounds 1135 GCH CH Bo-Bett’s Open Button C Harris 456 GCH CH Everafter’s Best Bet Yet S Middlebrooks/A Brooks/J Maleck 387 GCH CH Deerfield’s Local Hero D Wallace/A Shute 317 GCH CH Marchwind Finishing Touch L March 298 GCH CH Kaos Mini-Daytona Five Double O S Swanson/b swanson 246 GCH CH Cantex Gris Gris Sonofa Doc B Broom/T Mayers 246 GCH CH Maplewood’s Aces And Eights M Caton 217 CH Voici Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire L Echols/K Gibson 182 GCH CH Deerfield’s Jackson Cage P DiMaggio/D Wallace/G Dimaggio 180 GCH CH Valentino Thanks A Latte K Leisz/S Leisz/M Lucas Japanese Chin 434 GCH CH Kelaury Good Luck From We-Syng L Bertani/N Wright/A Free 287 GCH CH Deco’s Guide To Style K White/M White/M Burr 240 GCH CH Chindale’ Oriental Infusion J Stevens/M Wooldridge 231 GCH CH Cin-Don On The Road Again B Merritt 229 GCH CH Teabear’s Knighthawk L Kopatch 182 GCH CH Sylvancreek Clutch Cargo T Stidham/R Terrell 172 GCH CH Kaminari’s Maximum Impact B Speight/W Crumpler/K Lockyer/T Lockyer 169 GCH CH Kelaury Here I Am B Czapor 160 GCH CH Tanzen’s Ok Storm Of Zen-Chins G Heiman/E Heiman 128 GCH CH Touche’s Red Dragon Walkin The Line At S Pope Maltese 531 GCH CH Rhapsody’s Regarding Henry T Holibaugh 223 GCH CH Bevway Quite A Dish E Baker/B Quilliam 192 GCH CH Ta-Jon’s Just Bee-Ing Silly T Simon/T Lehman 133 GCH CH Scylla’s Small Kraft Re-Lit D Burke/R Scott/T Rowell

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132 GCH CH Mollydear’s Schubert Impromptu V Yanez 121 GCH CH Divine’s Work Of Art K Kent/A Stanberry 90 GCH CH Rolling Glenn’s Baby Bear A Glenn 88 GCH CH Million Dollar Question Of Marquess S Nagatani/S Riley 83 GCH CH Musial’s Too Hot To Handle E Musial 76 GCH CH Animalatina Dell’Antica Storia D Burke/R Scott/T Rowell Manchester Terriers (Toy) 214 GCH CH Fwaggles Tragically Hip C Horowitz 190 GCH CH Old Bays Braziliance At Poricia P Hall/K Hamilton 167 GCH CH Cottage Lake’s Bela Horizonte R Travis/M Charger 139 GCH CH Rosewood Casanova D Texter/P Rank/B Hodges 129 GCH CH Rumor’s Moon Dust Deva V Kcm K McClellan/A Watkins 109 GCH CH Saint Lazar’s Amazin Raisin M Lee 92 GCH CH Kismet’s Wings Of Eagles At Kcm K McClellan/J Burrows/M Gonzalez 91 GCH CH Heaven Hi’s Cornerstone B Jenkins 72 GCH CH Canty’s Zivan Cu-Tu Of Fantasy J Varner/D Varner 68 GCH CH Celtic Cross Lady Of Shalott At Carpe Diem J Morris/T Petty/J Petty Miniature Pinschers 740 GCH CH Marlex Classic Red Glare A Angelbello/L Monte 448 GCH CH Beall’s Jr V Copperspur J Leigh/J Stout-Reynolds 411 GCH CH Brackley He’s My Warrior M Henricks/G Wittmeier/W Boyette 289 GCH CH Kimro’s Dora The Explorer K Pastella Calvacca/A Calvacca/R Greenslade 244 GCH CH Dynasty’s Home On The Range H Greene 206 GCH CH Flashfires Frozen Asset K Swilling/R Swilling 170 GCH CH Carizmas Secret Passion T’Seas Mi S Davis-Moorwessel/S Haynes/D Long 156 GCH CH Em’s Jet Star A Rosenbaum/B Erb/C Timmerman 145 GCH CH C’s Twice Th’ Spice C Stalhood/J Johnmeyer 141 GCH CH Reh-Pin’s Queen Of Sheba M Silfies Papillons 2277 GCH CH Copella’s Rising Attraction M Mosing/P Cox/C Pickett 836 GCH CH Flashpoint’s Celebration R Greathouse/C Taylor/M Perry/E Akers-Pe 832 GCH CH Lafford Fly Me Too Farleysbane E Vandermolen/S Newcomb 832 GCH CH Sjelle Marimars And The Beat Goes On S Lundebjerg/M Maher 782 GCH CH Miracol’s Ace In The Matrix D Duppstadt/C Kirby/D Duppstadt 664 GCH CH Wildfire On The Verge M Mosing/C Pickett/A Pickett 613 GCH CH Wingssong Rock Star P Jones 473 GCH CH Domino’s Pandemonium L Temerato/L Domino/E Vandermolen/S Newc 418 GCH CH Whitestar’s Come Fly With Me A White 370 GCH CH Titian’s Risky Business R Navarre/M Navarre/T Mcintyre/C Fredric Pekingese 443 GCH CH Windemere’s Dusting Of White At Pevyne J Sanchez/C Sanchez/J Thoms/C Koch 380 GCH CH Dunkirk Copyright A Castro/T Reese/R Winters 358 GCH CH Palacegarden Malachy I Love/S Middlebrooks/D Fitzpatrick 175 GCH CH Pequest Love Conquers All T Jenkins/V Hedrick 154 GCH CH Briar-Mar American Gigolo At Vannjty E Poole/D Poole/S Shephard 105 GCH CH Benaire’s N Elphasun’s Razzmatazz D Greenwald/C Greenwald 104 GCH CH Windemere’s Different Shade Of White J Thoms 95 GCH CH Oakhill’s Two Times The Dragon J Franklin/B Royer 93 GCH CH Dunkirk Center Stage J Jacobsen/S Marotto/T Reese/R Winters 83 GCH CH Katerings I Gotta Be In Pictures R Nash/G Nash/R Warren Pomeranians 1241 GCH CH Cr Simply Irresistible M Koga 962 GCH CH Char’s Secret Obsession C Meyer 528 GCH CH Powerpom High Performance P Pongsak 492 GCH CH Dreamweavers Dirty Dancing L Pelz 477 GCH CH Expression It Is What It Is P Clark/J Freia 436 GCH CH Doubletakes Johnny Angel M Armstrong/C Armstrong 400 GCH CH Silhouette Surrender To Chriscendo E Heckert/C Heartz

Based on breed Competition

322 GCH CH Bar-Net Rocky Road Of Samron L Beard/P Barnett/N Smart 278 GCH CH Pufpride Somewhere In Time L Beard/V Dimick 264 GCH CH Cliffrose Call Of The Dove K Morris/R Smith/M Smith Poodles (Toy) 448 GCH CH Hosanna Danica Dancing In The Rain P Stabler 411 GCH CH Jackie’s Chockletspice Girl J Samuelson/K Amen 404 GCH CH Barclay Belstar Tinkilees Buddy M Usher/K Hermann/L Morgan 374 GCH CH Paperbirch Dbara Bit Of A Maverick P Lorenz/B Conley/R Britton 317 GCH CH Kays And Farthing’s Cash Flow C Dallas 199 GCH CH Cache’s Princess Grace De Monaco M Boyce/S Basinger/D Boyce 130 GCH CH Sharbelle Just For Fun R Stevens/S Stevens 121 GCH CH Atastar A Carbon Copy At Kaylens V Dorris/K Peiser 116 CH Smash Jp Rock It Man Y Omura 114 GCH CH Vanitonia All Bout The Bling V Dorris/K Peiser Pugs 1687 GCH CH Caper’s Sirius Endeavor P Fisher/C Fisher/J Rowell/L Rowell 1419 GCH CH Kenshei And That’s The Way It Is M Feltenstein 856 GCH CH Foursquare I’Ll Be A Shostopa Tu D Johnson/J Johnson 549 GCH CH Rose’s TKO C Rose 476 GCH CH Patriot’s Running Bull C Koch 413 GCH CH Riversong’s Doc Holiday C Koch 405 GCH CH Ancoda Castlerock Stock Option A Fischer 403 GCH CH Winsome-Nirvana-Blaque Triple Play E Veltman/V Cox-Flatley/B Roberts 401 GCH CH San Remo’s Tug Of War B Glazer/M Glazer 393 GCH CH Mianda’s Secret Pocket J Bale-Woodside/R Robles Shih Tzu 858 GCH CH Hallmark Jolei Austin Powers J Walton/R Walton 544 GCH CH Ista’s Hurricain Chaser D Wheeler/G Larson 458 GCH CH Dancee Moonlight Fashion J Danner/G Raber/S Hare/C Couture 399 GCH CH Pekings Midnight Vision At Wenshu L Lawrence 373 GCH CH Krissy’s Malibu Dreams J Miller/J Miller/L Lawrence 179 GCH CH Lohona It’s Only Make Believe A Maybin/D Haley 178 GCH CH Xeralane’s Eye Of The Storm C Aucamp/E Aucamp/Xeralane Knl 165 GCH CH Zephyr Lohona Blissfully Happy D Haley/A Maybin 149 GCH CH Blue Hills’ Vincent Van Gogh D Boone/D Boone 143 GCH CH Intuition’s Still Look N Good K Miller/R Miller Silky Terriers 472 GCH CH Snow Glen’s Tesoro Cover Story D Adamcik/D Caselli/P Laperruque 360 GCH CH Bar-B’s Tawnymist Topias W Leavell/B Leavell 209 GCH CH Wind Dancer Jenstar Backstage Pass T Gallegos/L Hurt 168 GCH CH Mtnview Prince Chbaka Ekruro N O’Rourke/S O’Rourke 160 GCH CH Lamplighter’s Million Dollar Baby M Benson/J Dillman/B Beissel 124 GCH CH Tawny Mist Myan Mystic D Renton/K Wilson 106 GCH CH Musicale’s Dancing Henry F Males 66 GCH CH Chances R’s Gotta Silly Gilly J Simmons/D Simmons 65 GCH CH Hullablu’s Eddie Boyzz S Calestini/S Calestini 63 GCH CH Amron’s Bear-Angelina E Bouquet/N Baugh Toy Fox Terriers 285 GCH CH Centennial Farms 2 Good 2b True W Bellamy 160 GCH CH Barbary Rough ‘N Ready C Sutton/R Sutton/J Sutton 158 GCH CH Barbary’s That’s So Raven L Smith/P Nieto 134 GCH CH Valcopy C-Lyn Dracula M Starry/D Plonkey 129 GCH CH Thorsbys Hugely’s Finest Fella O’Bj M Thorsby 124 GCH CH Azefer Hopalongcassidy L Fast 115 GCH CH Centennial Farms 2 Hot 2 Handle W Bellamy 90 GCH CH Walton’s Crusin Cool S Cassel 78 GCH CH Prairie Farm Theo Always On My Mind D Fisher/A Theobald 71 GCH CH Walton’s Tag I’M It A Walton

Yorkshire Terriers 1277 GCH CH Stratford’s Diamond Jim B Scott 513 GCH CH Tyava’s Genuine Article M Dearinger 445 GCH CH Nicnak’s Aftershock L Hunter 440 GCH CH Edgewood’s It’s All About Benjamin R Piko 429 GCH CH Pastyme’s Breaking And Entering K Bravo/B Stacy 361 GCH CH Linshire’s Rolling Stone K Ryan-Lavail/P Gregson 349 GCH CH Hylan Acres Unmerited Favor A Wylie/M Keeling 279 GCH CH Tophat That’s Amore A Fultz/L Farmer 243 GCH CH Nealstar’s D’Light Her With Diamonds T Neal 231 GCH CH Pastoral Hit The Jackpot L Hayes

Non-Sporting Group American Eskimo Dogs 237 GCH CH Silveroaks First & Foremost R Sampson 218 GCH CH Nuuktok’s Atka Inukshuk S Robertson 115 GCH CH Smokey Mtn Trader Pup E Tamburine 110 GCH CH Anana’s Champagne Wishes B Brown 70 GCH CH Nuuktok’s Kaneq Tikaani C Gagnon/G Krug 61 GCH CH Frostiwyt Lytning Jolt J Blackburn 47 GCH CH Silveroak’s Big Easy R Sampson/R Benns 43 GCH CH Sierra Rock The House C Cwi/D Allen 39 GCH CH Sierra Prime Time Player F Bock/K Bock 37 GCH CH Stardust Mea Culpa L Boles Bichons Frises 521 GCH CH Saks Hamelot Little Drummer Boy B Weidner/L Darman/K Griffin/C Ruggles 306 GCH CH Victoire Gerie No Lemon Gemstone M Wangsness/V Halstead 302 GCH CH Vogelflight’s “Honor” To Pillowtalk E Charles/K Vogel/M Abbott/P Abbott 252 GCH CH Paray’s Power & Privilege T Pittman/P Flores 206 GCH CH Dognew’s Got To Get You Into My Life S Kapella/K Shin 177 GCH CH Belle Creek’s Razzle Dazzle L Van Keuren/G Blue/L Carlton/L Letsche 169 GCH CH Nevoso’s Kris Kringle G Grimes/P Ritter 157 GCH CH Gemstone She Is A Belle Of The Ball J Elias/S Farnsworth 149 GCH CH Whitebreds Diamond Solitare K Graeber/D Belmont 137 GCH CH Glenleigh Gangs N’ Roses R Lauer/K Tormey/L Carlton/L Letsche Boston Terriers 1144 GCH CH Gumbo-Kean’s Cosmic Stargazer J Mosing/J Mangum/A Mangum 1094 GCH CH Ken’s N’ Roobarb N’ The Horse Ya Rode K Roux/V WILT 644 GCH CH Fiveforks’ Geometry Matters At Kayas A Hullender/R Rauherz 622 GCH CH Tam-Ra’s Mega Millionaire T Hough 548 GCH CH Tpp’s Lil Norteno Smokin’ Brodie’S M Fish/K Norton 526 GCH CH Windermeres Mystify J Covill 450 GCH CH Eviedobee Crossfire Hurricane T Irvin/T Parashos/D Powers/E Brand 388 GCH CH Zuran’s Me & My Shadow K Wheeler/V Wheeler 358 GCH CH Annalee Told Ya So D Huml 317 GCH CH Keynote’s Knockout Kid G Weyandt/J Harner/C Mccord/V Prater

Bulldogs 2711 GCH CH Itsa Brix M Grider/T Blackwood/B Freitas 977 GCH CH River City’s Poetic Justice L Watson/D Watson/J Milam/E Hugo-Milam 955 GCH CH Evergreen’s Miss Congeniality C Roberts/J Flowers/S Flowers 775 GCH CH Yeager’s Paxton Peer Of Camelot A Quesada/S Yeager/M Quesada 751 GCH CH Little Ponds Loquacious Lucy D Karshner/E Karshner 692 GCH CH Cherokee Origin Just Johnny C Chambers/C Sickle/H Martinez/M Martine 674 GCH CH Hetherbull Topline O-O E Charles/J Hetherington/P Turner 638 GCH CH Globe And Anchor Sgt Iron Mike D Boyd/V Hearne/M Hearne 611 GCH CH Silverspoons Nothing Personal M Aiken/R Sturiza 590 GCH CH Lakeshores Can’T Keep A Good Man Down B Brittain/S Pugh Continued on page 174


Dragonhalls Mastiffs presents their spectacular champion puppy....

Layla

Watch for this young lady in 2012

Ch. Dragonhall’s Lady Layla

Thank you Judge Ms. Victoria M. Jordan Owners: Sherry Eisenhuth and Nadine Hillson Handler: Jen Bittner Dog News 171


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Continued FROM page 110 Chinese Shar-Pei 843 GCH CH Vaje’s Miss Jayne Hathaway J Mauk/V Mauk 559 GCH CH Chaoyangs Take It To The Limit D Cooper/R Cooper/L Teitelbaum 532 GCH CH Chaoyang Chick Magnet At Asia B Berney/H Kamp 228 GCH CH Chaoyang Bestofmy Love At Asia L Myers/C Moore/R Moore 217 CH Elite’s Pei It Forward I deCiabatti 194 GCH CH Elite’s Pei’Nt The Town S Woodall 167 GCH CH Firetown’s Out Of The Blue M Calltharp 112 GCH CH O-Na-Pei Miss Lunar Moon Dah Lei Woo D Wagoner/L Wagoner 108 GCH CH Elite’s By Design S Woodall 107 GCH CH Underdog Victorious S Demirjian Beazly Chow Chows 354 GCH CH Sitze-Gou’s Glazz Paragon B Buell 345 GCH CH Dreamland’s American Revolution L Brantley/M Brantley 263 GCH CH Fortune’s All Eyez On Me M Heldt/K Wronski 263 GCH CH Chowlamars Rebelrun Mr Kidd R Bailey/S Raposo/A Raposo 250 GCH CH Jenuine Fairhill’s Sparklin’ Son J Stroop/L Leonzio/D Ewanick 171 GCH CH Rio & Nantan’s U Got The Look A Young/C Giffin 163 GCH CH Northwind’s Il Divo W Eyster/L Eyster 149 GCH CH Imagine Loves Second Chance D Spence/T Spence/K Beliew/G Beliew 120 GCH CH Eastern Magic Notting Hill M Brantley/M Fan Chi Kai 109 GCH CH Jidi The Great One At Rebelrun R Banghart/L Banghart Dalmatians 1081 GCH CH Spotlights Ruffian J Lyons/B Lyons 924 GCH CH Kastle’s Go Speed Racer M Squire 481 GCH CH Glen Oaks Firekeeper’s Gambler E Walter/C Walter 481 GCH CH Bret D Gabriel’s Lost Art RN K Carey 448 GCH CH Riverside’s The Sisters R Baker 401 GCH CH Royalty’s Taylormade Call Me Sir J Mayfield/E Lindhorst 367 GCH CH Country Luvz A Rockstar K Duran/P Fisher 359 GCH CH Hispot’s Cause For Applause K Richardson/A Richardson/A Henderson 264 GCH CH Starseeker N Brooksides Belagio L Davis/B Winick 253 GCH CH Designed By Amera S Boyd/S McCord Finnish Spitz 126 GCH CH Pikkinokka Badgr Sir Barksalot M Badger/H Leftwich 85 GCH CH Dv9k9’s Red Hot Star E David/M Leathers 37 GCH CH Finkkila’s Nalle Poika K Swisher/D Helland 30 GCH CH Pikkinokka’s This Girl Rockz RN H Horton/A Bruce 28 GCH CH Mickywins Mainio Skandia P Urton 27 GCH CH Icecaps Cool Hand Luke N Lloyd/E Lloyd/K DeCosta 22 CH Jayenn Foxmount Click N Print S Brown 21 GCH CH Suomi’s Born To Be Wild C Stone/K Raleigh 19 CH Jayenn’s Archer J Grant/L Carlson-Elliott 17 CH Regal’s Red Blue Mischief D Pollard/R Pollard French Bulldogs 1903 GCH CH Bandog Bayou’s The Warrior N SHAW 1810 GCH CH Lebull’s New Hope Wooly Bully A Geremia 1308 GCH CH Highwood’s Big Shot A Vorbeck 770 GCH CH Fabelhaft Robobull Hot Commodity S Cooney/J Dalton 724 GCH CH Lionheart’s Thumbs Up! R Ly/M Miklos/J Miklos/M Klein 712 GCH CH Bella Ridge Imperiale Shadyharbor Mafia B Covalucci/J Neidig/L Schettino 691 GCH CH Chitawee’s Jest In Case K Clayton 675 GCH CH Coco Vialatte Robobull Hot Flash K Yamanaka 659 GCH CH Evergreen’s Honey Glazed Hamlet C Auckenthaler/J Flowers 346 GCH CH Justus I’M Your Man Justus Knl Keeshonden 499 GCH CH Daimler’s Caviar Dreams T Benz/D Benz 439 GCH CH Ruttkay Chance M Mcloughlin 423 GCH CH Summerwind’s Rumor Has It J Gauchat-Hargis/J Hargis

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399 GCH CH Windrift’s Sweet Life Samba NA OAJ E Winans/J Reed 277 GCH CH Sprookje Lunar Appellation S Sorice/M Sorice 273 GCH CH Wyndjamr’s Winward Isle RN A Williams/R Skinner 244 GCH CH Kj’s Its Nothing Purrsonal K Dowd 228 GCH CH Showtyme’s Happy Feet L Hooper 201 GCH CH Baronwood Infinity And Beyond K Denton 180 GCH CH Karolina Bonnyvale Meant To Be B Stroud/P Stroud/D Bosch/D Smith Lhasa Apsos 461 GCH CH Ta Sen Bond James Bond S Giles 404 GCH CH Rufkins Squeezin Into A Speedo Kh J Bernards 380 GCH CH Sundancer Aleksandra K Hamilton/L Johnson 210 GCH CH Northwind Nothing But Trouble C Butsic/J Hope 169 GCH CH Rushmar’s Charmer L Mccutcheon 147 GCH CH Xeralane’s Kid Rock Xeralane Knl/S Giles/M Vaden/W Harper/M 141 GCH CH Red Fox’s One Wing In The Fire S Cannimore/D Winslow 110 GCH CH Monarch Rufkins Tango In Paris K Harrison/M Stafford/R Lombardi 82 GCH CH Hi Tide Catch The Summer Wind C Fegan/T Mohr/N Varney 67 GCH CH Ransi It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere R Cloutier Lowchen 280 GCH CH Windsor Bihar Chasing Rainbows M Cropsey/C Strong/G Robertson/D Cunning 242 GCH CH Touche’s Undercover Agent Rainbow C Laskey/R Lawless/J Lawless 92 GCH CH Laser Kiji No Way No How W Koistinen/R Crowder 55 CH Suite Sykiatrist Sybling J Mourning/F Mourning 50 GCH CH MusicBox Sock Monkey At Four Oaks D Jones/K Kovar/M Spruiell 50 GCH CH Seafever’s Killian Red J Nienhaus/G Aubert 36 GCH CH Ashford’s Molly Of Cordin S Strickland/G Denninger/S Zemrak 34 GCH CH Musicbox Bottom Of My Heart! D Jones/M O’Neil 32 GCH CH Desusa’s Who’s Your Daddy L Pettengill/S Williams/S Heckart 22 GCH CH Volare Jazzy Jigsaw N Pelleschi Norwegian Lundehunds 191 GCH CH C’Chaschunka Lonewolf L Higgins 58 GCH CH Cliffhunters Brinn K Dahlinger/K Woerner 33 CH Sakari’s Bound For Infamie S St.Cyr/T Rousseau 20 GCH CH Hnossa Lundes Kjaerlighet L Higgins/M Higgins 18 CH Frontpage Nils S Pederson/L Afong 15 CH Cliffhanger Floria Of Neocles L Afong/S Pederson 11 Eriksro Ivriga Isak S Taylor/B Taylor 10 CH Thunderpaws Joey L Higgins/M Higgins 9 Cliffhanger Eowyn H Sanderson/J Sanderson 8 Cliffhanger Cheer Me On K Dahlinger Poodles (Miniature) 821 GCH CH Alegria Independent Declaration H Tyson/B Wood/L Berg 606 GCH CH Surrey Sugar Baby R Scott/D Burke 558 GCH CH Danfour Debutante D Chavez 376 GCH CH Divine No Doubt Deagra M Hoaglund/D Agre Gill 307 GCH CH Campostela Sunraze Storm Surge M Daigle-Watson/E Phelps/T Wellman 134 GCH CH Rio Luci In The Skye With Diamonds C Chaddock/T Chaddock 118 GCH CH Silverado Smokin’ Hot B Curry 110 CH Kandansk Legendary Storm K Albrecht/N Taphorn 109 GCH CH Penhurst No Doubt K Smith/P Dugan/J Smith 108 GCH CH Karadale Bold’N Mcdreamy K Berlind/D Giles/D Bolden Poodles (Standard) 1587 GCH CH Jaset’s Satisfaction B Harris/M Molnar/J Danburg 1203 GCH CH Brighton Lakeridge Encore T Sosnoff/M Sosnoff 983 GCH CH Dacun Kaylens He’s A Heartbreaker V Dorris/K Peiser 641 GCH CH Hanna’s Dan Inge Fair Sun H Sundbeck/A Sundbeck 613 GCH CH Dawin Avion Wouldn’T You Know L Campbell 566 GCH CH Hillwood Ale Kai Anthony E Charles/W Sammet 522 GCH CH Hightide Eclipse A Galloway

Based on breed Competition 348 GCH CH Dawin Hot N Spicy L Campbell 327 GCH CH Ascot Aruba D Spickler/G Carlson 243 GCH CH Hillwood Ale Kai Walking On Air E Charles Schipperkes 790 GCH CH Dante Fire When Ready A Gossman/S Middlebrooks/M Jameson/P All 226 GCH CH Rivendel’s Smokin’ Joe A Halterman/D Kraus 217 GCH CH De Lamer Pink Flamingo C Falk 205 GCH CH Bonchien Prodigal Son R Rollins/B Burke 191 GCH CH Aned’s Le Rocher Noir J Wells/M Simanek 188 GCH CH De Lamer Point Break N Lazarowitz/D Mankovich 170 GCH CH Ebony Sand’s Do I Feel Lucky K Navarrete/L Haines 115 GCH CH Starship’s I’M A Believer B Brimacomb/T Hahn 105 GCH CH Sandevel’s Light My Fire S King 104 GCH CH Kenbe N Coda’s Midnight Express D Kenly Shiba Inu 440 GCH CH Yuko’s Chief Red Eagle E Finnegan 320 GCH CH Kumi One Ten Soldier P Peterson 229 GCH CH Dragon House Mr.Jones S Smith 207 GCH CH Fanfair’s Without A Trace At Glenchester M Peterson/D Peterson/J Dirksing 156 GCH CH Sonkei Ichi Ryu At Pendragon L Pendergast 140 GCH CH Lee-Fen’s An Everlasting Love C Giffin/K Soafer 140 GCH CH Dragon House That Jones Girl ! S Smith/A Schisel/J Schisel 124 GCH CH Mr2 Three Ships To The Wind T Harris/S Rolenaitis/T Rolenaitis 105 GCH CH Trynyty Cayenne Of Thunderpaw B Reeves 102 GCH CH Kobushi Justa Draco Rosso K Nielsen/R Kennedy Tibetan Spaniels 688 GCH CH Tibroke’s Kissed By A Star M Feltenstein 245 GCH CH Wassong’s Hanover Alice P Sarles/K Wassong 210 GCH CH Shilo Time For A Good Time S Carroll 210 GCH CH Wassong’s Djebel Of Lollipop P Sarles/K Wassong 203 GCH CH Ambrier’s Tin-Man Johnny Reb M Sinclair/S Rose/M Cosby Driskill 201 GCH CH Ambrier’s Tibroke’s Beamer Ball M Driskill/D Ayer 190 GCH CH Shenanwood Simply Imagine This S Reeve/K Okey/C Bias Chaffee 118 GCH CH Lionhearts Ez Betts On Texas Hold’Em C Waddell 114 GCH CH Shenanwood Mild-Mannered Reporter C Chaffee/W Chaffee 112 GCH CH Wanaseas Mystic Lake Effect L Gembala Tibetan Terriers 651 GCH CH Salishan’s My Special Angel G Carr/S Carr/R Hennings 343 GCH CH Barnstorm’s Grissom T. T. C.S.I. P Bernardo/L Meyer/M Laffler 214 GCH CH Ri Lee’s Diamonds Are Forever B Algar/N Kinziger 213 GCH CH Sunclipse Mystique D Manship Planche/R Wiley/M Wiley 153 GCH CH Rinchen Sashi’s Blazing Bijou D’Inde J St Arnaud/M Wiechowski 148 GCH CH Regalia’s Sunrise At Zoji-La J Mccullough/G Mccullough 116 GCH CH Starlight’s Lady In Waiting C Basgall/C Friemel 60 GCH CH Lyrac’s Magical Calypso Melody D Shuman/C Crouse 58 GCH CH Snopaw I’M Your Man At Bootiff J Ayotte 51 CH Players Paint A Picture D Murray Xoloitzcuintli 189 GCH CH Chabella Mazzarella S Mazzarella 179 GCH CH Bayshore Georgio Armani J Baylis/L Hylton/T Johnson 135 GCH CH Serranisimo Caliente J Caponetto/D Mullusky Caponetto 131 GCH CH Shida Mighty Joe Young C Loutzenniser/J Young-Johnson 82 GCH CH Amoroso’s Basilio S Mazzarella 78 CH Oconee Bella Hoover C Feldman-Bartnick/M Bartnick 68 GCH CH Azuwyn’s Ix Chel T Reindl 42 CH Besitos Valentin B Griffin/D Webb 36 CH Besitos Mintsitani L Little-Manoskey/I Little/T Cramsey 26 CH Krystal’s Maria Lopez A Fernandez/J Carson

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Australian Cattle Dogs 1083 GCH CH Carben Copy’s If The Shoe Fits J Rowland/D McNeil/K Watkins 761 GCH CH Dawn Heir’s He’s The Boss! D Price/C Price 310 GCH CH Duwest Jackrabbit RN A Turner 215 GCH CH Kurpas’ Holy Smoke A Baxter/C Kurpas/J Kurpas 159 GCH CH Pioneers Queen Of Hearts L Pruett/J Frey/J Pruett 144 GCH CH Hillhaven Journey The Rapids HSAds L Brooks/J Brooks/A Brooks 95 GCH CH High Country Lone Star HSAdsc HIAsc S Crocker 95 GCH CH D A R Wigglecreekatduwest C Pruett/L Pruett 88 GCH CH Castle Butte Nut N Honey S Karger 79 GCH CH Mgk Kitsune K Read Australian Shepherds 1735 GCH CH Mysharas Dream Girl S Fontanini 1561 GCH CH Copperridge’s One Time Offer K MOSING/J Miller/S Miller/Y LeBlanc 1156 GCH CH Equinox Ad Astra C Bell 1141 GCH CH Oakhurst Crusin’ In Chrome B Rhoads/M Rhoads 725 GCH CH Blackrock American Flyer PT S Smith/R Powley/R Smith/F Shimamoto 603 GCH CH Rainedance Written In Stone CD PT AX AXJ M Lutz 589 GCH CH Harmony Hill’s Money Talks L Goetz/H Braddock 450 GCH CH Tk Rocks Runnig Like The Wind K Ostrander 443 GCH CH Brookridge Pop Secret R Moorehead/S Moorehead/J Cunkleman 386 GCH CH Alnairs Liberty For All K Catterson/P Catterson Bearded Collies 799 GCH CH Tolkien Raintree Mister Baggins E Charles/A Stein/L Stein/S Ross/L Woodc 457 GCH CH Daybar Blew By U C Perron/D Frady 343 GCH CH Xtc’s What Can Brown Do For You? B Szecsy/D Szecsy/A Berry 223 GCH CH Aellen Jive Talkin R Colavecchio 129 GCH CH Briarpatch Just One Look HT L Campbell-Gracie/A Gracie/C Lamb 116 GCH CH Brigadoondaybarbelieveitornot A Yura 111 CH Ragtyme Beautiful Soul RN L Zagarella/V Zagarella 103 GCH CH Old Smuggler’s Front Runner C Fehrer 89 GCH CH Ragtyme Phoenix From The Ashes G Avlik/L Zagarella/V Zagarella 84 GCH CH Ha’ Penny Fair And Balanced D Matthews Beaucerons 162 GCH CH Dillinger Du Chateau Rocher K Davis 120 GCH CH Flame Noire Du Chateau Rocher D Bitz 61 GCH CH De Joie Du Chateau Rocher M Palmer 47 GCH CH Chaumette Mes Yeux Vigilants A Scott/S Bass 34 CH Falcon Blue Du Chateau Rocher K Davis 30 CH Favor Mes Yeux Vigilants S Bass/A Scott/H Burnett 29 GCH CH Eo Des Ombres Valeureux D Skinner/D Pluss 28 CH Dashiell De La Ferme Du Coeur A Gibbs 17 CH Falcon Mes Yeux Vigilants D Tenny 16 CH Colerbe Rochill’s Euro Du Chateau Rocher K Roman/J Foster Belgian Malinois 285 GCH CH Broadcreek’s Marcus Junis Brutus M Kornfeld/S Legg/L Legg/E Kornfeld 74 GCH CH Asti Spumante Harmonie Du Chien BN Q K-9 Services 68 GCH CH Turicks Black Jack HSAds HIAs MX MXJ XF L Wetherell/C Kaiser 67 GCH CH Mystique’s Cup Of Joe L Stephens/J Stephens 63 GCH CH Broadcreek’s Mirabella S Mullinix 53 GCH CH Traffic Jam Hate To Be Late De Burr Oak S Lemster/C Russell/D Lemster 41 GCH CH Trisorts Zoomin Harley J Marti/C Shattuck 40 GCH CH Bull Mtns To Kill A Mockingbird A Swarthout/L Swarthout 39 GCH CH Trisorts Code Of The Road RA L Knock/B Vitarelli 34 GCH CH How Sweet It Is De Burr Oak PT C Russell/D Lemster Belgian Sheepdogs 233 GCH CH Chargany’s Voyageur J Powers/J Powers 193 GCH CH Bonntyme’s Keepsake At Isengard B Goddard/L Miller Continued on page 178


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The Dog News Top Ten List Continued FROM page 174 179 GCH CH Liswyn’s Vaquero RA A Hopkins/K Hopkins 118 GCH CH Sundown’s Nitemagic Just What I Do C Toma/D Toma 108 GCH CH Sanderle Kindred R R Chumbley/R Skinner 106 GCH CH Cibola’s Absolutely Cool At Adagio M Andric 104 GCH CH Images Texas Hold’Em At Laralee L Patton 95 GCH CH Sandcastle’s One In A Million E Indorato/K George 89 GCH CH Morningstar’s Shining Tarla CD RN B Davis/J Fiechter 87 GCH CH Sans Brancos Stunned At Kindred RN R Chumblay/T Votava/D Ramsey Belgian Tervuren 265 GCH CH Char-Ma’s The Chosen One F Mascuch/C Mascuch 213 GCH CH Mishaook Lulu At Chateau Blanc HSCs D Laurin/J Laurin 204 GCH CH Sky Acres Flying Solo M Edling 138 GCH CH Sky Acres Blazin’ Blue Angel CDX RA PT J Stanfield 99 GCH CH MACH Just Sayno Toujours Jeune VCD2 D Deuth 99 GCH CH Alpine On The Sly AX OAJ NF T Horky/K Shelansky 94 GCH CH Sky Acres Spy Plane M Edling/W Thompson 92 GCH CH Waldenmark’s Here’s Lookin At Ewe I Friedenson/J Friedenson 91 GCH CH OTCH Starbright Casino Royale VCD2 D Allen 77 GCH CH Matilde Of Anduin RN L Friedow/R Friedow Border Collies 747 GCH CH Sporting Field’s Heiress HSAs D Butt/D Einck/A Giles 724 GCH CH Bon-Clyde’s Take One B Buchanan 595 GCH CH Shoreland’s Not A Gamble T Wong/H Su 515 GCH CH Kensington’s Artful Dodger L Waldo 333 GCH CH Majestic Avatar Storm Warning PT M Karger/J Baylis 291 GCH CH Bon-Clyde’s Pistol Pete Of Nahrof N Mages/E Wagner 197 GCH CH Lacey Cashel Ewe Green Eyed Monster J Lacey-Black/C Geiss 175 GCH CH Bonnidune Autumn Thunder RN C Clark/K Whiteman 164 GCH CH Kensington’s Dragon Heart C Swain 153 GCH CH Tigking Kekaseh Wahab M Bayes Bouviers des Flandres 457 GCH CH Bon Idee’s Garden Party D Sullivan/A Motta 426 GCH CH Rocheuses Me And My Shadow Of Cornus F Dreyfus/C Dreyfus/H Johnson/C Johnson 272 GCH CH Quiche’s Grand Finale D Garrison/J Garrison/E Paquette 255 GCH CH Hirsch’s Top Notch Attire R Affaitati/R Affaitati/L Hirsch 204 GCH CH Wise Choice Geliato N Almgren/K Almgren 187 GCH CH Frontier’s License To Carry At Margaux S Lyon/P Martin 147 GCH CH Cam’s Derringer M Adams 138 GCH CH Hatch Tillie De La Salsa T Peterson/P Peterson/L Haskell/J Kasper 130 GCH CH Limerick’s Shakespeare P Ogden/W Ogden/K Bickle/D Patterson 123 GCH CH Austin Ally Van Aachen W Gillespie Briards 307 GCH CH Deja Vu Blackwater Diets Don’T Work M Hall/R Hall/T Miller 201 GCH CH Le Coeur D’Ange De Briardale P Weymouth 175 GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Cake Walk G Klang/T Miller/A Melton 173 GCH CH La Vie Rose Dior-August-Moon CD RN M Minor/R Minor 162 GCH CH Ne Orageux’s Al Capone M Millner/T Millner/W Weber/R Weber 161 GCH CH Celebratia Vintageeightyfour C Leigh 106 GCH CH Sendero’s Dirty Lil Secret M Millner/T Millner 77 GCH CH Noire’s Crown Royale C Cannon 75 GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Chain Of Fools J Holava/M Holava 75 GCH CH Cumano Of The Coastline E Myers Canaan Dogs 76 GCH CH Pleasant Hill Magnum Of Samara P Rosman 40 GCH CH Bless-Ed Be Aryon C Grider 34 GCH CH Cherrysh Sing So Into You RA M Banister/M Larsen 33 GCH CH Blue Sky Desertstar Orion The Hunter RN N Woolf/D Gordon 22 GCH CH River Rock Take Me Higher C Miller 10 CH D&J Ha’Aretz Hannah’s Legacy D Davison/J Davison

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10 CH Cherrysh Crown Of Jewels C Hennings 9 CH Jaykay Richelieu Rules G Landis 9 CH Celev Melek’s Page Ketem C Grider 8 CH Rivroc Lycm Own Dream Bsnatch Rsndog C Miller/E Miller/M Houchard Cardigan Welsh Corgis 1417 GCH CH Aubrey’s Tails Of Mystery C Savioli/V Savioli 832 GCH CH Mariel’s Harvest Moon M Mizelle/J Bruce 600 GCH CH Legacy Legend’s Run For The Triple Crown S Wilson/C Clark 495 GCH CH C-Myste Baledwr Free To Disagree C Cannon/A Katasse 485 GCH CH Xtacee Dancin In The Moonlight A Reilly 334 GCH CH Claymore’s Madame Butterfly T Stewart/J Stewart/J Glenn 252 GCH CH Dragonpatch Thunder From Down Under K Myers 219 GCH CH Twinroc Santa Paws P O’Donnell 148 GCH CH Riverside It’s A New Year Boss C Bossi/D Shindle 140 GCH CH Beaszak’s Blue Nude F Beashau/E Banaszak Collies (Rough) 1101 GCH CH Wyndlair Cherokee Vindication R Beals/L Rizzo/M Stelter/A Stelter 528 GCH CH Taliesin Fashion Forward J Rutkas/M Rutkas 433 GCH CH Devinwood A Perfect Stranger J Caruso/R Caruso 426 CH Colebrae After Midnight J Laik 408 GCH CH Clarion Ribbon In The Sky J Evans/A Sanchez-Corea/L Sanchez-Corea 407 GCH CH Sylvan Argent It’s All About Me J Mosing/G Currie/C Bossart/C Dubois 386 GCH CH Lynloch Steele McDowall R George 326 GCH CH Overland Red Hot Summer R Myers-Barth/J Barth 296 GCH CH Marnus Lucky Strike R Keller/C Lenhart 278 GCH CH Milas Latin Lover L Butler/L Hedman Collies (Smooth) 638 GCH CH Travler’s Pierce Arrow C Ardizzone/R Tehon/B Ardizzone/G Lewis 578 GCH CH Bit O Heavens Sorceress M Bergstraser/L Bergstraser-Lorenz/J LaF 420 GCH CH Provenhill’s Devilicious K Provenzano/L Cohen 310 GCH CH Lonepine Who Knew V Kniss/H Newcomb 296 GCH CH Tir Nan’ Og The Legend Of Banzai Maguire E Blaisure 259 GCH CH Travler’s Mustang Sally R Tehon/C Ardizzone/B Ardizzone/K Repper 240 GCH CH C And J Silver Charm Of Chrysalis J Waiburn/C Thompson 237 GCH CH Camloch Long Acres Iridescent K Hansen/D Hansen/M Benedict 219 GCH CH Ceilidh’s Project Runway PT P Moorman/K Moll/M Elliott 203 GCH CH Byluc’s Devil With A Blue Dress on HT T Byerly/B Byerly/C Green Entlebucher Mountain Dogs 107 GCH CH Blue-Jay’s He’s A Hoss P Lacker 99 GCH CH Jumanji V. Brunswick RN T Lilliedoll/N Lilliedoll/R Hahn 27 GCH CH Blue-Jay’s Makes Me Giggle P Lacker/A Lacker 26 GCH CH Queso Von Adhem RN R Hahn 24 CH Khalehla’s Mighty Shurikan HT D Hoffman 24 CH Khalehla’s Moet-Chandon D Hoffman/L Mendez 13 CH Shoobox Dakota’s Heidi Young T Evenson 13 Ursula Von Adhem K Kinney 12 CH Blue-Jay’s That Girl P Lacker 8 Great Earl Of Duke V. Adhem RN MX MXJ NAP NJP J Shaul Finnish Lapphunds 104 GCH CH Sugarok Born In The Usa CM L Marden 83 GCH CH Yutori’s Shades Of Autumn L Drumm/C Pollack 48 GCH CH Sugarok Casanova CM E Blanch/W Blanch 47 CH Sugarok Macce Too L Marden 43 CH Viksalan Lunta AX AXJ MXP AJP OF OFP B Kennedy/R Kennedy 32 CH Calaban Armahani Iwannatalkaboutme CM C Petersen 24 CH Shadagrace Raising A Ruckus J Armitt 22 CH Peikkovuoren Ruska N Prokopishyn/E Prokopishyn 11 Lumiturpa Arvi M Feltenstein 8 CH Shadagrace Bolt Lightning C Barclay

Based on breed Competition German Shepherd Dogs 1320 GCH CH Enchanted’s American Thunder J Bates/S Espejo 1106 GCH CH Babheim’s Captain Crunch M Deschamps/C Navarro/J Lange/D Stern/J 782 GCH CH Lakota’s Hitman Of Cantar E Brehony/S Brehony/V Cayer/R Alcantara 699 GCH CH Pine Hill’s Payday Of Hays Hill P Hays/B Hill/K Salvucci 503 GCH CH Winsome’s Love Remembears K Fasano/F Fasano 448 GCH CH Mythical Zeus Of Black Forest C Karner 281 CH Ejm N’ Eko-Lan’s Eli E Migliore/F Migliore 255 GCH CH Tazzman’s Aregon K Sachau/S Moses/J Moses 239 GCH CH Covy Tucker Hill’s Kean Marc Flash Drive J Calkins/G Birch/C Pottle/M Cox 231 GCH CH Sirius Park’s Santana L Parkhurst/E Parkhurst/J Bihari Icelandic Sheepdogs 124 GCH CH Eyjahunda Thorarinn D McDermott/T Warnock 82 GCH CH Frostfyre’s Roskur S Hartman/J Baylis 57 GCH CH Gimgolets Urnir R Barnes/L Ball-Gisch 55 GCH CH Dyggur’s Twilight Jasper Of Glacier Point X Moreno/A Harwell 48 GCH CH Arbakki Magni G Ostrander/D Ostander/L Lutz/J Lutz 42 CH Enska Puck Of Caradoc RN S Sucky 36 GCH CH Arbakki Snorri T Carney 28 CH Valhalla’s Golden Reign C Tumiel/M Gimblin 25 CH Gerplu Spori T Runolfsson 21 CH Isneista Fjari L Ball-Gisch/C Smith Norwegian Buhunds 107 GCH CH Trollheimen Kiss My Cash E Turner 42 GCH CH Baldur Bayasen Av Nyskjelstadmark R Hammer/R Hammer 41 CH Hundehaven’s Captain Voyager L Lundstrom 27 GCH CH Trollheimen Beyla At Fabrajs P Adcox 17 GCH CH Tolgen’s Jaeren Fredrick Kaare V Eberhardt/J Bradstreet 17 GCH CH Tolgen’s Jaeren Sophie V Eberhardt/J Bradstreet 11 Arcticridge’s Elvis C Lassesen 9 CH Trollheimen’s Pink Tourmaline P Adcox/E Turner 8 CH Riverview Mpw Anders Ov Thunderpaws L Higgins 7 CH Zodiac’s Gregarious Gabriella L Lundstrom Old English Sheepdogs 430 GCH CH Lambluv Gambolon Blue Thunder K Richardson/J Marder 372 GCH CH Snowdown When In Rome C Grady/D Freiheit 225 GCH CH Cottonwood Man In The Moon D Caswell/R Caswell 219 GCH CH Wylecote Woolgatherer A Ritchie/W Schlitt/G Swails 194 GCH CH Aryakas Hermes D Graesser 191 GCH CH Windfall Slam Dunk A Pietrocola 153 GCH CH Bugaboo’s Big Shot C Johnson/H Johnson 129 GCH CH Barkshire’s Jim Dandy J Collen 109 GCH CH Masquerade Mikey Likes It J Hewitt/M Harris 101 GCH CH To-Jo’s Sweet Tune Lanward A Popp/L Williams Pembroke Welsh Corgis 879 GCH CH Dalarno Nite Song At Morningstar K Courtelis/L Dossett 767 GCH CH Segni At Coventry A Geremia 623 GCH CH Happiharbor Saddle Lane Ty B Dowd/A Carter/R Parker 517 GCH CH Coventry Pennant J Johnson/J Johnson 416 GCH CH Eden Crowns Designer Label L Williams/J Williams 414 GCH CH Larklain Cals Jazzman B Strohmeier 370 GCH CH Llandians Champagne On Ice D Connolly 348 GCH CH Trengate Timberside Tucker H Weise/F Weise 317 GCH CH Sandfox Winter Sonata L Sawyer/B Stiles/V Sandage 305 GCH CH Milkywey’s How Do You Like Me Now ? J Foster/M Marshall/K Shields Polish Lowland Sheepdogs 203 GCH CH Swan Crest Windy City Robert Henry M Hirata 79 GCH CH Bluegrass Ivy League Z White Star J Devlin 38 GCH CH Sasquehanna Malwa M Maciagiewicz

38 GCH CH Starpons Magical Mystery Tour Z Ponder J Gryck/B Gryck 36 GCH CH White Star’s Christmasgift J Marshall/R Marshall/M Finch-Cirtwell/J 31 GCH CH Ponwood’s Oblong B Bruns/W Stamp 30 GCH CH Ciacho Dziechcinek J Torge 29 CH Ponadto Frykas K Kim 27 GCH CH White Star’s Bentley Z Bluegrass M Finch-Cirtwell/J Cirtwell 24 CH Polish Hill’s Heart Throb K Nielsen Pulik 205 GCH CH Cordmaker Rumpus Bumpus J Beaudoin/S Huebner/F Licciardi 68 GCH CH Moonshadow Rongyos Kis Medve K Kocsondy/Z Kocsondy 64 GCH CH Bowmaker Aussie Mate G VanDerHart/L Stallings 59 GCH CH Moremi Matter Of Fact B Pessina/P Anspach/S McConnell/I Crowth 58 GCH CH Fuzzy Farm Twist And Shout A Lawrence/S Lawrence 43 CH Kalacsos Frakk Z Stadelman/D Stadelman 39 GCH CH Mt Hood’s Peak Perfection RN C Pronzini/J Moen/B Hiett 35 GCH CH Piroskai Original Sin RN I Fertl/D Fertl 32 GCH CH Samson Of Woodmark B Tannen/R Tannen 29 CH Weatherby Great Expectations M Witwer/C Nusbickel Pyrenean Shepherds 122 GCH CH Germinale De La Brise RN P Princehouse/J Princehouse/F Princehous 56 GCH CH Isabeau De La Brise P Princehouse/R Krieger 47 GCH CH La Brise Sun Bear P Princehouse/K Laram 46 GCH CH Terra-Blue Ariege K Rice/P Princehouse 37 CH Chaparral’s Hoopla S Buttivant 30 CH Bigorre De Terra-Blue C Roberts/T Roberts 24 GCH CH La Brise Golden Bear RA C Wilmoth/P Princehouse 23 CH Chaparral Reglisse Terra Blue J Johnson 20 CH Jazz Debut De Reve I McLaughlin/J Johnson 19 CH La Brise Alexander The Great VCD2 RAE AX D Rabuck/D Martin Shetland Sheepdogs 2315 GCH CH Leeason Rock My Soul E Anderson/D Kraft 1921 GCH CH Kylene Eden The Dragonslayer K Hannah/K Dziegiel/L Patrick/M Bulens 885 GCH CH Jusdandy Devine Mz M C Frank/K Furlong 777 GCH CH Homespun Casual Blues PT NA OAJ NF J Iverson 691 GCH CH Mistybrook Milagros Gq R Van Pusch/R Guillierie/J Williams 571 CH Sea Haven Chasing Moonbeams D Heaton/Y Samuelson/M Heaton 551 GCH CH Serenity’s Walk In The Park V Weis 497 GCH CH Karosel Kartwheels D Planche/K Schmutz/D Hines 398 GCH CH Mistybrooks Panda Crossing A Pickering/S Michalsky 368 GCH CH Milestones Cool Summer Wind D Miles/A Dunford Swedish Vallhunds 92 GCH CH Beidelyn Still The One St L Law/C Rolfe 46 CH Walborah Willy Wonka Av Jnkr D Harper 42 GCH CH Suddanly Kingscrest Silver Moon R James/R James 42 GCH CH Beidelyn Heaven Can Wait C Rolfe 42 GCH CH Solborg Loven Katherine Maija Lt M Gunderson/G Gunderson/I Underdahl 39 GCH CH Solborg Miss Lydia Bennet St RN HT C Murch/S Murch/A Murch 31 CH Mill Creek’s Burning Desire S Reynolds 27 GCH CH Champoeg High Tales At Stillwater M Day/B Jette/C Vannoy 27 GCH CH Solveigco’s Gustav Vasa At Akutchi C Sayles 25 GCH CH Pavon Mill Creek’s Chyna D Tapp


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type. But I started with a highly recessive stud dog whose puppies resembled their dams. And I wanted to recreate my foundation dog. This same problem was discovered when Triple Crown winning Secretariat was retired to stud. He was not prepotent and his colts resembled their dams. But they carried his recessive genes. To get another Secretariat what was needed for those recessive genes to match up with the same recessive genes in his descendents and in order to do that it would have been necessary to cross back on Secretariat. To put him on both sides of the pedigree. That wasn’t done because race horse breeders have a horror of incest and don’t line breed. In the case of Secretariat that was their loss. I would love to see another big red horse blowing away his competition. As a dog breeder who does believe in line breeding, I did take the descendents of my foundation dog and crossed back on him and did recover his type and running ability. This is a situation where pedigree analysis is invaluable. But you need to know more than just pedigrees. You need to have seen the dogs in those pedigrees so that you are breeding to more than just names. And crossing back on any dog can be risky. In my breed, when two of the more popular stud dogs were crossed back on, one produced puppies with Sub Aortic Stenosis when bred to his daughter, and one produced puppies with Osteogenesis Imperfecta (Brittle Bone Disease) when bred to his granddaughter. I got lucky,

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with nothing showing up on my back crosses except liver pigmentation and an occasional ringed tail and the usual number of monorchids. Healthy puppies with cosmetic faults make good pets. I challenged an overseas breeder who had sold a breeding pair to this country. The pups were sold over the Internet and in each of the first two litters there was a puppy with a fatal heart condition. The owner of one of the puppies contacted me for information. When I pointed out the problem to the breeder of the original pair, he said that “all lines have faults.” I was speechless. Faults are things like ring tails, not fatal genetic conditions. The breeder of the Brittle Bone Disease puppies told me that she wished that she had never done the Siregranddaughter breeding. But without that we wouldn’t have known that he carried the OI gene. A research group is eager to see if they can come up with a genetic test for OI but they needed samples from 25 affected puppies and nobody deliberately breeds to produce puppies with a fatal disease. If OI affects other breeds I wonder if they could do the analysis using affected puppies from multiple breeds. The genetic differences between breeds are really small. Most of the genomes are the same. A cautionary tale was written about dwarf beef cattle. Its main message was that crossing back is good. A show cattle breeder who started out breeding show Holsteins had discovered that crossing back on animals revealed recessive red genes. Holsteins are supposed to be black and white not red and white so he decided that line breeding was bad. When he switched to breeding show beef cattle he kept to his rule

of not linebreeding and spread the gene for dwarfism widely through the cattle population before somebody finally did line breeding and suddenly dwarf calves were turning up all over the place. Through pedigree analysis they identified the problem lines and the original sire that had the mutated gene many generations back and eventually eliminated them. But it took a lot more work than it would have if they had line bred to reveal the problem sooner. (When beef is priced by the pound, nobody wants dwarf calves.)

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oundness, whether breeding soundness or structural soundness, is the foundation of breeding. In the old days judges knew soundness from evaluating horses and it carried over to dogs. A trot is defined as a two beat diagonal gait of moderate speed whether it is performed by a horse or a dog. We are doing dogs no favor when we breed them with the excessively flexible connective tissue that allows them to over reach and do the flying trot. Where I fear the influence of the right brained breeders and judges is when they say that a sound dog lacking type is useless in a breeding (and presumably showing) program. They would prefer breeding very typy unsound dogs. I would vote for perfect soundness before perfect type. There are always enough right brained breeders around to tweak type but once you have lost soundness it is very hard to recover. In my experience you have to have at least one sound parent to produce sound puppies, and two sound parents are better than one.


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percent in 2010 and 29 percent in 1998. The percentage obtained through a newspaper advertisement or private party was 10 percent in 2010 and 19 percent in 1998. And the percentage purchased at a pet store was 8 percent in 2010 and 6 percent in 1998. The percentage of small dogs obtained from a breeder decreased from 39 percent in 2008 to 31 percent in 2010. But more small dogs still were obtained from a breeder than medium dogs at 25 percent or large dogs at 26 percent. At 15 percent, fewer small dogs were obtained from a shelter or humane society than medium and large dogs at 26 percent each. In 2010, 11 percent of small dogs, 7 percent of medium dogs, and 6 percent of large dogs were purchased at a pet superstore or pet store. Only 1 percent of dogs were purchased on the internet. Purebred and mixed breed According to the survey, purebred and mixed breed ownership was almost equally divided at 58 and 56 percent respectively. More of the dogs in households owning two or more dogs were purebreds. More small dogs were purebreds than medium or large dogs. Purebred dogs also were more common in the Northeastern part of the U.S. and in households with three or more children. Mixed breeds were taken to the veterinarian less often, usually were large in size, and from households with only one child. Purebred dogs more often lived in higher income households, while mixed breeds more often lived in lower income households. Expenditures Dog owners spent the most, among pet owners in general, to purchase their pet with $364 being the average amount reported. That’s up from the $121 average price tag reported in 2008. Average annual expenditures for dog care were reported as follows: surgical veterinary visits - $407; routine veterinary visits - $248; dog food $254; kenneling or boarding - $274; vitamins - $95; travel expenses - $78; groomer and grooming equipment - $73; food treats - $70; and toys - $43. Veterinary and other health care According to the survey, the average number of times a dog was taken to a veterinarian in the past 12 months was almost three, which is nearly the same number of visits in 2008. Vaccinations for rabies and other diseases were the primary services performed by a veterinarian according to the survey. Of owners, 60 percent took their dog to a veterinarian for a routine physical exam, but only 20 percent took their dog for a specific illness or only when their dog was sick. Large dogs were taken to a veterinarian 2.6 times, small dogs 2.8 times and medium dogs 2.9 times. The percentage of dogs taken to a veterinarian that were considered overweight was 12 percent. During the past 10 years, the percentage of dogs that were spayed or neutered continued to increase and was at 78 percent according to the 186 Dog News

survey. Only 6 percent of dog owners bought pet food from a veterinarian. And only 5 percent of dogs were treated homeopathically. The percentage of dogs with health insurance increased to 4 percent in 2010 from 3 percent in 2008. That means 3.1 million dogs were insured in 2010, while 2.3 million were in 2008. Dogs with health insurance were taken to a veterinarian more often and, typically, were small in size. More than 50 percent of dog owners said they would take action immediately if their dog was injured. And 16 percent of them went so far as to say their pet’s medical treatment would take priority over their own treatment in the event they had to choose between their dog’s medical care and their own. Grooming Dogs were groomed an average of two times in the past 6 months, which was unchanged from 2008. Small dogs were groomed 3.1 times, large dogs were groomed 1.3 times, and medium dogs were groomed 2.5 times. Almost 80 percent of dogs were groomed in the past six months. Overall, 70 percent of dogs were groomed at home by their owners, and more so for large dogs. Of the dogs groomed professionally, 40 percent were taken to a full service salon; primarily, by owners of small dogs. Only 2 percent of owners used either a self-service grooming center or a mobile grooming service. Consistent with past survey results, only 80 percent of dog owners had brushes and/or other grooming equipment. Grooming tools were more often owned by owners of large dogs at 85 percent than owners of small dogs at 78 percent. Gifts In spite of conservative consumer spending on themselves or other people, the percentage of dog and other pet owners who purchased gifts for their pet in 2010 was nearly the same as the percentage reported in 2008. Because dog owners spent more money per gift for their pet, there was a 30 percent increase in the dollars spent on dog gifts from $56 million to $73 million. Typically, gifts were purchased for no special occasion but dogs were more likely to also receive a gift for Christmas. In addition, 9 percent of dog owners held a holiday or birthday party for their pet. “The trend to humanize pets has affected the way we ‘thank’ our pets for being there and making us feel better.” Vetere said. “When we have pets we can come home to who love us unconditionally, never complain or have a bad thing to say; then, we want to say thank you. Because we view our pets in a more human way, it is no longer meaningful enough for us to simply give them a biscuit. We are human and think like a human. So, we look to thank our pets in a way that is meaningful to us in human terms. That is reflected in the things we buy our pets.”

Travel and arrangements for care On the average, each dog was taken on five car trips in the last 12 months according to the survey. The fewer the children in the household, the more often the dog was taken along. Higher income owners took their dog on more car trips than lower income owners. Of owners, 70 percent said they made arrangements for their pet’s care when they were away from home for more than two nights. Among them, 38 percent arranged for family, friends or neighbors to come to their home and provide care for their dog. Another 21 percent left their dog at the home of a family member, friend or neighbor for care. Still another 12 percent boarded their dog when they were away from home for more than two nights. Almost 25 percent of owners took their dog with them in the car. Training The number of owners who took their dogs to obedience training remained unchanged from 2008 at 4 percent. In terms of size, 5 percent of large dogs, 4 percent of small dogs and 2 percent of medium dogs were taken to obedience training. Of dog owners, 48 percent said they trained their dog with treats. More than 60 percent of dog owners used some type of training device. Professional training, training books, videos and Bitter Apple® were used by 10 percent of dog owners, while clickers were used to train by less than 10 percent. Attitudes toward dog ownership Dog owner attitudes toward their pet didn’t change appreciably between 2000 and 2010, according to this and previous surveys. More than 90 percent of owners said they still owned a dog for the companionship, love and affection it provided. More than 50 percent of owners said they were aware of the health benefits associated with dog ownership, i.e., exercise, stress reduction, increased longevity, etc. However, the number of them, who said security was an advantage of dog ownership, dropped from 64 percent in 2008 to 56 percent in 2010. Dog owner demographics More dog owners own their home and live in urban areas than total U.S. pet owners. At $52,000, the average annual household income of dog owners is greater than that of total U.S. pet owners at $49,000 or the U.S. population at $46,000. Dog owning households more often included more people--parents with children under age 18--at 76 percent than the U.S. population at 68 percent. With an average age of 48, dog owners were younger, and more were married when compared to the U.S. population. For more information about the APPA Survey or how to purchase it, visit http://www.americanpetproducts.org/ pubs_survey.asp


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Ch. Laurell’s Shut The Duck Up Sire: Best In Show Ch. Mingei SDHF

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not 150. The reason was that in that group there were some exhibitors who were accepted because of technical problems they encountered and that were beyond their control. The show was held on Saturday 12 November. But prior to this, the FCI had its regular meetings and also some very interesting seminars (on Friday) in the theatre of the Palace Hotel in the Centre of Brussels the days before. The seminars could be followed in one of the four official languages of the FCI: English, French, German and Spanish. The accent of the seminars was on the relation between dog and man and the part judges can play with regard to the health, physical structure and character of the dogs. I attended some and I can assure you that this should be required reading for all judges. The emphasis is on the welfare of the dogs and diagonal to any kind of exaggeration. Let us hope that we can soon see the results in certain breeds that are suffering from anomalies. This part of the Cynological days was sponsored by Eukanuba.

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aturday would be the big day, as the day of the show and that day would start very early. The dogs were allowed in from 6:30 in the morning. Also here we found a premiere for Belgium. All entries were computer scanned and this worked good beyond expectations. There were no queues at the entrance like we see in

many other shows. For every entered dog there was a bag with a catalog, a voucher, an FCI Souvenir and a nice FCI rosette. The only problem was some greedy exhibitors who took more bags than they were supposed to take so that the last people to come in did not have a souvenir or rosette. Maybe it would have been better to work with a voucher and to let the gifts be picked up at the FCI stand that was now a little empty during the day. It would also give people the opportunity to get to know the FCI a little better. Compared to for example the British Kennel

Club and some National Kennel Clubs like the Swedish one, the FCI should present itself much more. There is however a change in recent years in this direction. There is Coby, the mascots, there are a few books and publications and also the newsletter. Unfortunately they were not presented or for sale, a missed opportunity! The catalog of the show was excellent, displaying the rules in two languages, statistical data and pages to fill out with the numbers of the qualified dogs. The 893 dogs represented no less than 33 different countries. The Netherlands were leading with 175 entries and defeated CoNtiNueD oN page 194

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Germany, which had 174. Next came Belgium with 152 entries, France with 75, Italy with 71 and Russia with 62. There were 18 dogs entered from the United Kingdom, the only non-FCI country. Also remarkable were the 230 different breeds. In fact it was more as we know that CACIB’s are given to all varieties and sizes of Dachshunds and also colors in Poodles and Cockers. And also the Belgian Shepherds and the Great Danes are all considered as one breed in the total counting. But if we take them apart I think there are around 250 breeds. There were even some really rare ones like the Kishu. The Rhodesian Ridgeback was the most numerous breed with 28 specimen. The time schedule was strict and well respected. At 8.00 o’clock Mr. Müller declared the show for open and judging could start. Two by two the dogs were entered in the rings, regardless what breed they were from. There was a ring for every group and two judges officiated, giving points to every dog with a maximum of 100. Results were only communicated privately to the owners except for the 64 dogs that were selected for the second round. I heard that there were some ex-aequo’s in certain breeds and the judges had to draw lots to decide which dog could go to the next round. It is hard to tell if this was really the case or if the judges had other criteria. The number of dogs to be selected from each group differed from group to group and was more or less in relation to the number of entries in that group. However again, 3 Dachshunds for 33 entries compared to 9 Shepherd

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dogs for 123 entries. The numbers of the selected dogs for round two were displayed on a big screen above the main ring. Everything went very smoothly and this is certainly also thanks to the well briefed ring stewards who did a wonderful job. At lunch time, 13:30, the first round was over. Exactly one hour later the 3 judges for the finals took place in the main ring to judge the 64 selected dogs in a knockout competition, one from each main section of the FCI. Mr. E. Maniero from Peru was the all rounder representing the

Americas Section. The Asian Section was represented by Mr. H. Kamisato from Japan and Mr. H. Kleibenstein from Germany was delegated by the European section. They were separated and could not influence each other. Two dogs were presented each time, one took place on a red spot on the carpet, the other on a blue spot. The judges showed a colored flag that corresponded to the color of the spot where their favorite dog was shown. As the dogs were chosen by drawing lots to come into the ring and as CoNtiNueD oN page 198


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every time there were only two dogs in the ring at the time, it happened that two top dogs came out against each other and one of them was already out from the second round or third round, only one of them could move to the following round. That must have been frustrating for the judges but even more so for the participants. But that’s part of the game of course. After 4 rounds 4 dogs remained. Two of them would end ex-aequo on the 3rd place, the SHAR PEI (male) born 19/09/2008 “Jade East Catch Me If You Can” owned by Loretta Anders Nijholt Minne from the Netherlands and the SCOTTISH TERRIER (male) born 10/11/2007 “Filisite Brash Celebration” owned by Valentina Popova from Russia. After a profound examination the WELSH CORGI PEMBROKE (male) born 09/06/2007 “Andovan Pinkerton” from Olga Silova from Russia was awarded Vice Champion of Champions and the Golden Victor was for the IRISH WOLFHOUND (female/ born 21/05/2009) “Absolute Roan Inish Tullamore Good Stuff”. Petra Tomasovicova, the owner from Slovakia, was in the seventh heaven. Her Wolfhound enforced the feeling by literally jumping in her arms. Mr. Stefan Stefic, member of the FCI executive committee, was absolutely thrilled as if he won the Victor himself. These winners were invited later in the evening to the Gala dinner in one of the most beautiful Concert Halls of the city, “le Concert Noble”, situated in the European Quarter. Here it became clear how many cynological VIP’s came over from all over the world to hand over gifts and congratulate Mr. Müller as president of the FCI. But it was not only a victory for the winning dog and his owner but it was a relief for the whole team of collaborators, the FCI members, the people of the Royal Society Saint Hubert, the volunteering stewards and the people of Royal Canin who provided the logistics behind the event. It was also a victory for my own team of photographers as we presented the first part of the book with all the qualified dogs for this final event and the photo shoot in 3 studios of almost all participating dogs on this event. 198 Dog News

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think the FCI can look back on a thrilling year to celebrate its 100th anniversary. A lot of people and several organizations helped to bring this year into the spotlight. Besides the dog shows there were lots of other events like Field Trials, Dog Races, Coursings, Agility, etc. The only missed chance is the European Community that lived next door to the event in Brussels. I think that even in the recent difficult times of recession and the global financial crisis it should have been possible to find some dogminded politicians to invite. But even without that it has been a memorable year in many aspects.


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Rare Breeds OF THE WORLD THE GREENLAND DOG Continued FROM page 70

The local Inuit population has great affinity with the Inuits of Canada, Alaska and Siberia. In the South ruins from the Viking settlers of 1,000 years ago are well preserved, including the ruins of the first local Christian church. The symbols of the ancient culture are still alive even in the smaller towns. Many people build and use their own kayaks, and the famous old drum dance is performed by a growing number of artists’. Meat from marine mammals, games, birds and fish has been the main ingredients for generations. The high meat content in the diet provided energy and nourishment all year round for a physically demanding existence where the harsh Arctic winter could seriously tax one’s reserve of energy. The Greenland culinary culture is closely tied to the old hunting community’s strong social solidarity. Therefore today’s food and meal times remain a central part of Greenlanders’ characteristic hospitality.(www. greenland.com). In every aspect Greenland had surprised me. I pictured it as a cold and arid place without any really interesting activity. It is not so. The musical and theatrical life is largely active, and mostly based on local myths and sagas. The sight is breathtaking, and the number of places to visit are innumerous. I am honestly looking forward to have the chance in the future to visit this incredible place, and to meet one of its local treasures, the Greenland Dog. The Greenland Dog originated from the Arctic regions of Northern Siberia, Canada, Alaska and Greenland. The forefathers of the breed existed centuries ago. Different varieties of the breed showed up under different names. Those varieties became known as Husky, Eskimo dog, Inuit Dog and Esquimaux. It was only in 1990 that the name Greenland Dog was finally given to this breed. This breed deserved its separate recognition because the Greenland Dog is considered to be one of the oldest breeds existing in the world today. Artifacts found in the New Siberian Island believed to be the remains of these dogs were carbon dated and found out to be about 9000 old. The breed reached Greenland around 5000 years ago with the Sarqaq (Paleoeskimo) people. 200 Dog News

The Greenland Dog is a strong and hard breed believed to descend from the dogs of the Inuit, who were the first settlers in Greenland. A husky type dog originally kept by the Eskimos as sled pullers. Even today these dogs are very important for the Eskimos, who subsist mainly on hunted polar bear, seals and walruses. (With the sharp sense of smell, the dog would find a seal’s breathing hole in the ice. When the seal was found dog and master would wait for the animal to come up for air and then would be speared by the hunter). The Greenland Dog’s powerfully built body is covered by a thick waterproof double coat, and has a very bushy tail giving the dog an impressive appearance. They curl to rest and use their tails to cover and protect the nose from the howling winds of the north. The physical feature that makes this dog distinct from other Nordic dogs is the triangular shaped area on the dog’s shoulders. This mark called “úlo” is named after a common Greenland woman’s knife. They have been used for centuries in the Arctic regions as working dogs. Their powerful body is protected by the above mentioned stand-off outer coat and dense woolly undercoat. This kind of coat allows the dog to constantly stay outdoors where the temperature easily can reach below 75 degrees Fahrenheit. A Greenland Dog’s ears are small; triangular with a rounded tip. The ears are erect and very mobile. Even though the ears are thinly covered with hair the dog seldom suffers from frost bite. This ancient and beautiful breed in its country of origin remains almost in the same condition as when it was brought by the first Greenlanders. This is a passionate and tireless worker, and has existed with the Eskimos for centuries always sharing their daily difficulties, and has developed into a breed that is

able to adapt to the conditions of life in the Arctic regions. As these dogs are living in packs, and expected to work independently, they don’t have the opportunity to bond closely (as they certainly would) with their master, and occasionally they may exhibit the aloof behavior of their wolf ancestors. After the advent of the snowmobiles, most Greenland Dogs were retired from pulling sleds and the loyal and affectionate personality typical to a Nordic breed has flourished, and evolved into an ideal companion that forms a strong and loving attachment to its master. Like any other strong willed breed, the Greenland Dog is not for everyone. The dog needs a dominant and firm owner who will show him who is the leader. Because of their pack instinct the early obedience and socialization training is necessary as the breed can show a dominant instinct, especially with other dogs and smaller pets. The Greenland dogs are accustomed to live outdoors and need a large yard to spend their energy, long walks, and if possible, some task to do would please them. Brushing the waterproof double coat regularly would be enough to maintain its good condition. As the dog usually lives outdoors it should never be clipped or trimmed. Used to the gelid Arctic regions the Greenland dog does not tolerate heat well, therefore when out of the natural environment, adequate shelter must be provided to avoid possible heat stroke. The owner must also be aware that these dogs are famous escape artists that would not be deterred by a 6-foot fence. Originally sled pullers, Greenland Dogs were also kept for hunting purposes and became a very valuable possession of the Eskimos as without them the difficult life of the people of these regions would be twice as hard. The Greenland Dog has continuously been used by Arctic and Antarctic explorers, the most famous being Fridtjof Nansen, who was a successful polar explorer and used the dogs on his dangerous voyage across the Arctic Ocean in the equally famous ship “Fram”. Another worldwide known explorer, Roald Amundsen, also used the Greenland Dogs on his expedition to the Antarctic, and in his subsequent South Pole expedition. In spite of the fact that it has spread in other countries the Greenland dog is still considered to be a rare breed. *Eric the Red (Leif Erikson’s father. Leif, an explorer himself, is popularly known as the first European to discover North America. In 1964 President Lyndon Johnson declared October 9th as Leif Erikson’s Day commemorating the first European’s arrival to North America).


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to the lovely 12-15 month Hetherbull Topline My Girl owned by Jean Hetherington & Paula Turner and shown by Jean. Bulldog Nationals are famous for hospitality and this year was no exception. Monday night was the first of many nights of excellent hospitality and entertainment. The educational seminars were well supported as well. The BCA is an extremely well run organization and most mornings had various committees planning their annual council presentations. The popular judges education seminar headed up by JEC Brenda Newcomb went off with its normal well run efficiency and ringside mentoring always draws a large group. For those Bulldog fans who were unable to attend the shows, live streaming was made available. The show was also broadcast throughout the hotel.

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uesday morning dawned bright and early as excited exhibitors and spectators crowded the show room to watch National Class judging. Bitches and Junior Showmanship this year was judged by Toni Stevens of Kingman, Arizona. Two very talented young women competed for the Best Junior title. This year the award went to 15-18 Novice Senior Sarah Muth from Canada with Jamler’s Royal Sydney. The bitch classes classically are very competitive and this year was no exception. From the Bred-by class, Mrs. Stevens chose Jer-Ne Dooley Woods Daydream Believer of Shaver. This lovely girl was breeder owner handled by Teresa Jacobs, co-bred with D. Mayer. Reserve Winners Bitch came from American-bred, the well handled Major League She’s Got The Look of Martmorebulls, pre-

sented by Sergio Gomez Suarez of Mexico, owned by Mauricio Martinez Diaz, Carolina Moreno and Cesar Gomez, bred by Harrold, Teresa and Crystal McDermott. This cute girl came to the National all the way from Bogota, Columbia. Dog classes were judged by Dennis Ehntholt of Xenia, OH. From the Bred-By Class, Mr. Ehntholt chose the Best in Sweepstakes winner, B-Loved Nothing But Net. Reserve from Open Dogs went to red brindle Mateo from Mexico. Bred by C. Gomez, he is owned by Harrold McDermott and Fermin Mendoza Vasquez. He was handled by Teresa McDermott. Wednesday was the day for National Intersex, the highlight of the Bulldog show calendar with Best of Breed, a win everyone would love to have. Dr. John Gann of Marshall, MO had this year’s honor of selecting our National Intersex winners. The handsome Veteran Dogs entered the ring to thunderous applause and Dr. Gann found his winner in 7-year-old GCh. Silverspoon’s Nothing Personal, bred by Owners Mary Aiken and Rick Sturiza. Handled just like always by his very proud owner Mary, “Cooper” at age 7 is still an active Special. The Veteran Bitch class featured an impressive group of elderly gals. Strutting her way to the front of the line was 10-year old Ch. Miracle’s Donnatella, breeder,owner,handled by Linda Fiordiliso. How fitting that this win came the same day an unfortunate news article was published saying, among other false statements, most Bulldogs don’t live past age 8. And for the grand finale of the BCA National Specialty. The beautiful champions entered the ring. As always, this class is deep with quality. After thoughtfully sorting the dogs and then bitches, Dr. Gann selected the lovely young brindle and white dog from California, Ch. Adamant Rock Monster, bred by ownCoNtiNueD oN page 204

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Geronimoe! Still Rolling . . . © Breed Type © Structure © Movement 39 Bests of Breed 22 Best in Miscellaneous 38 different Judges

Rolling Hill Geronimoe Crowe, CM Owner-handled by Terry Crowe-White Breeder: Melissa Wilson, DVM — Rolling Hill Russells Pictured below receiving Best in Miscellaneous honors at Salisbury North Carolina Kennel Club from Judge Mr. Kari Salminen of Finland Watch for “Gizmoe” at coming AKC shows Gizmoe Girls will make their debuts soon! Watch for them in the Puppy Classes!

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ers Jay and Jennifer Joseph, handled by Jennifer. As a breeder, owner-handled winner, Rock Monster is the recipient of the prestigious Rodney Trophy. Best of Winners was awarded to the class dog winner, B-Loved’s Nothing But Net. Best of Opposite Sex went to GCh. Empire’s Empress Isabella, another breederowner handled entry, handled by her thrilled owner, Faye Richardson, co-owned with John Richardson. Select Dog was awarded to GCH. Itsa Brix, owned by Mary Grider, Telitha Blackwood and Bruno Freitas, handled by Jay Serion. Select Bitch went to Ch. Major League Ruffian, owned by Kristie Barwick and Harrold and Teresa McDermott, handled by the McDermott’s daughter Crystal. Awards of Merit were awarded to the following dogs and bitches; GCH. Hetherbull Topline O-O, owned by Jean Hetherington & Ellen Charles & Paula Turner. GCH. Newcomb’s War Paint, owned by Nancy & Robert Newcomb. GCH. Cherokee Origin Just Johnny, owned by Connie A. Chambers & Cody T. Sickle. CH. MyToy’s Frontier Lady Pink Cadillac owned by Linda Scott & Dennis O’Connor. GCH. Cherokee Legend Jezebel owned by Connie A. Chambers & Cody Sickle. The Stud dog winner was GCh. Silverspoon’s Nothing Personal Owned by Mary Aiken and Rick Sturiza. The Brood Bitch blue ribbon was awarded to Ch. Chenowith Natural Mystic owned by Beverly Nevitt and breeders Jan and Greg

Lewis. And yes, a brace class! The winners, GCh. Delenclos’ Bonnie Love and Delenclos’ Maha Rani Mumtaz, were handled by their breeder, owner Christine Pelzer of Quebec Canada, co owned with Knut Pelzer. Wednesday night offered exhibitors a chance to relax and enjoy each other’s company, discuss the judging and watch the annual Rescue and costume parade. We all have so much to be thankful for with the hard work that our rescue volunteers do. Thanksgiving Thursday was also the first day of the Capitol Bulldog Club’s Specialty. Judging dogs was Mr. Allen Breckley of Camarillo, CA. He awarded the big major to Carmar’s Brass in Pocket-I’m Special bred by owners Pat and Wendell Tinsley and Carroll and Margaret Smith, handled by Pat. The Reserve win went to 6-9 month dog, Cherokee Legend Billy the Kid, shown by breeder owner Cody T. Sickle. Judging bitches was Mel Berger from Yukon, OK. She found her big winner in the adorable baby puppy, 6-9 month Warm Valley Rascal’s Brixalot Isn’t She Jazzy, owned by Madeline Shea, Diane Wallwork, Jody Ball and Deirdre Nardelli, shown by Madeline. From the remaining beauties, the Reserve ribbon went to Newcomb’s Konnie K owned by Nancy and Robert Newcomb, handled by Nancy. While we were away from traditional Thanksgiving celebrations at home, for many of us our Bulldog family is like real family. There was Thanksgiving fare provided by the hotel and we all said thanks for, among other things, the good friends we’ve made through the sport and the wonderful dogs we are involved with. Randy Miller from Woodbury, MN was the judge for Friday’s Intersex judging. He found his winner in the striking Canadian bitch GCh. Delenclos’ Bonnie Love, bred by owner-handler Christine Pelzer and coowned with & Knut Pelzer and Cody T. Sickle. Best of Winners went to the dog, Carmar’s Brass in Pocket-I’m Special, Best of Opposite Sex was awarded to GCh. Pat A CoNtiNueD oN page 206

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Bull’s Bringing Sexy Back Stanley, owner-handled by Thomas Mieczynski. Select dog was Ch. Neverland’s Texas Twist owned by Belinda Vincent & Beverly Nevitt. Select Bitch was Ch. Major League She’s a Gem, Harrold McDermott & Fermin Mendoza Vazquez, owners. Our annual awards banquet was held Friday night with several breeders and dogs gaining recognition and admission to the Hall of Fame. Beloved Bulldogger Lucille Inmon was honored with an Individual Contributor award. Lucille’s fellow Texan Van Blevins was awarded the AKC Good Sportsman award. Details of next year’s National were announced as well. After a touching video tribute to our breed, 2012 Show Chair Link Newcomb presented the exciting details of next year’s event. Saturday was our last day, and dog judge Kyle Fisher of Huntington, WV got to work early. She chose Nancy and Robert Newcomb’s 1215 month-old Newcomb’s Captain Hawkeye, as her Winners Dog. Reserve Dog was DK’s Flying Dutchman owned by Bruno Freitas and Carlos Albuquerque from Brazil. Bitch judge Steward Wagner of Sarasota, FL had his work cut out for him with the wonderful bitch entry. Out of a gorgeous line-up, House Club Vecky was the big winner, handled by Dennis O’Connor for owner Hugo Bernal Zepeda. Reserve was the 9-12 Nofoolin Black Bethel, breeder-owners Terry Reece and Dr. Jennifer Fortado Reece.

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rawing the spectacular weekend to a close, Intersex judge Fred Haynes from Newtown, CT handed out the final purple and gold to the Mexican born and bred GCh. Manchester Hernandez, handled by his breeder and owner Eduardo Fernandez. Best of Winners was presented to the bitch, House Club Vecky. Best of Opposite Sex was the National Select bitch Ch. Major League Ruffian. Select Dog was GCh. Hurricane TKO, breeder owned by Lottie and Jeff Elliot, handled by Jeff Select Bitch was Ch. MIllcoat’s Koshier Ann owned by Duwane and Caroline Miller and Melinda Scantling, handled by Duwayne. As always, our breed is very proud of its owner-handlers. The results of this National reflect that very point. This wonderful breed and its owners will be looking for the support of fellow dog fanciers in the months and years ahead. So with another wonderful National behind us, we set our sights on the “The OC” (Ocean County) and the 2012 National with it’s theme “California Dreamin’”.

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good understanding of livestock plus I’m not good at ‘thinking on my feet’ and keeping track of the stock, the dog and myself all at the same time! I spent several years working with Lexy in herding but never got to the point where I felt confident in trialing. We had an excellent relationship in other activities so I concentrated on those.” “Tracking has been the toughest for me,” said Angela Silvestri, who owns Ch Carousel’s Silver Streak RAE HSAs NA NAJ NF TD CGC CL4H/S/F CL3 SchHI TR2 ROMII (“Streak”). “Streak is the first dog with which I have ever attempted to do tracking so we were both learning from the ground up, so to speak. Our first problem was that I didn’t teach him what the goal was in tracking. I had to learn how to communicate better with him and trust him. I actually went back to my Schutzhund trainer and we started at the beginning using a different approach than most by taking all food off the track and using the clicker to teach Streak exactly what I wanted. It was amazing how quickly we progressed after that. As is frequently the problem with Malinois, the greatest obstacle to success in the dog sports is the handler. Streak and I have dabbled in a lot of different activities and I joke that he’s my jack-of-alltrades and the master of none. But, that’s not at all his fault. He was much different than my previous dogs and I have had a steep learning curve in trying to work with a highly intelligent, intense and quick dog. The most important lesson was learning the necessity for consistency in training and daily life. The Malinois that I’ve known do not do well with grey areas in the ‘rules’ and they will push the boundaries.” Obedience has posed problems for Johnson. “I am working on a UDX and OTCH with my older dog and at these high levels, mistakes are common. My most difficult challenge is keeping my feelings and innermost thoughts from the dog when things don’t go as planned. Malinois read every thought, feeling and attitude even when I’m convinced I’m keeping them well hidden. The closer the relationship with the dog, the more they are able to read every emotion. They tend to reflect that emotion in their behavior more than any other breed I have worked with. You also have to keep up the enthusiasm in obedience while requiring precision for years. These dogs are so smart that keeping it interesting and accurate requires a lot of thought. It’s really disappointing from time to time I encounter people who are afraid of the breed because of an 208 Dog News

“Streak” (Ch Carousel’s Silver Streak RAE HSAs NA NAJ NF TD CGC CL4H/S/F CL3 SchHI TR2 ROMII), Angela Silvestri’s Malinois, shows the ability to do the protection work which has made the breed valuable to law enforcement and the military.

“Celeste” (Ch Bull Mtns Celestial Wishes UD RE MX XF HSAs STDs CGC ROM), Suzanne Belger’s Malinois, does the breed’s historical job.

“Lexy” (Am/Can OTCH UOCH MACH3 ADCH ATCH SP-NATCH Veteran NATCH Noblesse Exuberant Explorer UDX3 RN TDX Can TD MADC FDX HIC CGC), one of Barb Benner’s Malinois, became an obedience and agility dog when her owner discovered a lack of livestock knowledge on her part was creating difficulties in herding. experience they’ve had or something they’ve heard or read. I hope that by meeting my dogs, they have a good experience to connect with the breed. Recently I’ve had the opportunity to introduce my dogs to lure coursing when the AKC opened the sport to all breeds with the coursing ability test. While this is a sport that is traditionally for sighthounds, the Malinois took to it immediately and they course with the best of them, attaining speeds rivaling those of the sighthounds.” “Most of the problems I encountered were the result of a lack of knowledge on my part,” said Belger. “The ability to communicate with my dog hindered our progress. They are very intelligent animals and can become ringwise. One example of this occurred while showing in open for our CDX. My dog actually completed every exercise without waiting for commands from me or the judge. She knew what we were doing and didn’t see the point in waiting around. I also had problems with tracking and herding. Of all the dog sports, these two require that you trust your dog. I didn’t always trust that she knew what to do and I should have trusted her. She knew what she was doing.” Occasionally it takes a significant setback before success happens. This is what occurred for Barb Benner. “One of my Malinois easily finished her tracking dog title but she experienced a profound loss of confidence during TDX

training. I ended up going back to very elementary tracking with her similar to the way I would start with a puppy. Eventually she regained her confidence and did an outstanding job passing her TDX test. Currently I have a six-yearold that is a tremendous challenge in agility. She loves the activity so much that she runs every course barking at the top of her lungs and keeping her on course is difficult. I’ve been working on getting her to collect for turns in response to my deceleration and I found that a verbal reminder that a turn is coming has been helpful. We’re still learning on this but I’m hopeful we will continue to make progress! Getting her to stay at the start line also was an issue and it took many times of walking off the course if she broke her stay to convince her that a ‘stay’ was a prerequisite to getting to play.” The publicity that accompanied “Cairo’s” role in the killing of bin Laden has not been particularly positive for the breed, according to Silvestri. “The breed has become much more wellknown in recent months especially since the Osama bin Laden raid and the photos hitting the press. More people know the breed and most everyday people I meet have run into a Malinois as a police dog. Even though the breed has not been well known in the past few years, we have had a rise in the number of dogs coming through rescue and showing up in shelters. They can be good family dogs but I don’t think a lot of people realize how much work a ‘thinking’ breed can be. Malinois are also social and like to be with their people. Mine are normally underfoot or in my lap. They do not tend to do well as outdoor or kennel dogs. If they don’t get enough mental stimulation and physical exercise, they may resort to creative landscaping or home decorating.” “The greatest challenge the breed faces today is unscrupulous breeders who are looking to make money. They mass produce Malinois and do not carefully select their breeding stock. They have dreams of selling their dogs to the military and police departments. When they can’t, they dump these Malinois on the general public who are poorly prepared for the demands of this high energy, high drive dog,” said Belger.


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trotted off to see if anyone had more treats! Oh, well, just wait until next year! And then, puppies! Everyone got to enjoy breeder Paula Mann’s five young hounds in the Special Attraction 4-6 month Beginner Puppy Class. Congratulations to Wee Beginnings Furlong, the handsome boy who we’ll certainly be seeing more of at future shows. In Sweepstakes, Judge John Glover chose CH Monocacy Bend’s Windsor in the 1518 month competition and CH Sunup’s Tea For Two in Veterans, ‘Crumpet’ showing no ill-effects from her failure to qualify earlier in Obedience. Amateur-Owner Handler Megan Meadows with Sunup’s Homestead placed first in that class, and Toni Koerber with Monocacy Bend’s Wellington won the Best Bred By Exhibitor class. Open Bitches was won by Monocacy Bend’s Willow. Then, in the main event, Judge Donavon Thompson selected 8-year-old Veteran CH Sunup’s Trademark for his Best of Breed winner...this was a repeat of last year’s National Specialty win for Trademark, who still just took it all in stride. Completing Judge Thompson’s choices were Monocacy Bend’s Wallis for Best of Opposite Sex, Monocacy Bend’s Wellington for Best of Winners, Award of Merit to Monocacy Bend’s Windsor, Select Dog to GCH Sunup’s Parliament & Select Bitch to CH Sunup’s Copper Fox.

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ollowing the Club’s Annual Meeting, everyone present enjoyed a typical “Hunt Breakfast”, which is a bit of a misnomer since this is the food served after completion of a hunt, which is usually in mid-afternoon. A not-to-miss attraction at the English Foxhound National Specialties is the Silent Auction tent and this one did not disappoint. Ably overseen by Jeannine Nowell and her many merry elves, the Silent Auction is always a winner; with donations provided by members and friends, the proceeds provide the wherewithal for this small Club to put on the event and show-off this wonderful hound breed. The English Foxhound extravaganza weekend continued past the National Specialty with GCH Sunup’s Parliament, owned by Maggie & Craig Heile and Sue Whaley, winning back-to-back Best in Show honors at the Warrenton Kennel Club shows under Mr. Thompson (Group) and Mr. Robert Vandiver (BIS) on Friday; then, a repeat of this stellar

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event under Ms. Dianne Miller (Group) and Mr. Thompson (BIS) on Saturday. And, ‘Parley’ didn’t miss a three-peat by much when on Sunday he went 2nd in Group under judge Alberto Berrios to a lovely Whippet bitch that went on to win BIS! What a fitting and magical conclusion of the National Specialty weekend for these amazing hounds. The grounds, the people and the hounds all helped to make this show a very memorable experience. We encourage attendance at future Hunt Country Cluster shows and hope to return there as well.


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GCh. RipSnortin Avalons Adam In 5 months of showing since attaining his Championship, Adam has won 31 Best of Breeds and 15 Group Placements! Our thanks to Judge Mr. Charles Olvis and the many judges who have honored him. Adam is a young, rising star! We invite you to join us on this incredible journey!

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he BOSTON WEEKEND that is made up of back-to-back Eastern Dog Club shows, Middlesex and Ladies, was held in Providence, Rhode Island for the third year. While it is a far cry from Boston, the one constant is the annual Christmas TAKE THE LEAD PARTY. It is always the smartest looking and best run of the fundraisers that are held during the year. This in no small apart to the hard work done by the committee, but MARI-BETH O’NEILL and JOAN SCOTT should be singled out. The room was filled with Christmas baskets of all sizes and description and other various donated objects d’art that helped raise money for the charity. Among those bidding and enjoying the evening were PAT LAURANS, NANCY BOSLEY, TERRY HUNDT, DOTTIE COLLIER, TOM BRADLEY, PAM BEALE, EVAN THRELFALL, JAMIE BERNARDIN, ANNE MARIE & RANDY & PETER KUBACZ, BETH SWEIGART, PETER GREEN, LETISHA WUBBELL, ERNESTO LARA, JIMMY MITCHELL, ANN MARIE RUGGIERI, TINA TRUESDALE, MEGAN ULFERS, REBECCA & JEFF ARCH, LORI WILSON, BOBBY PAUST, KIM CALVACCA, PATTI PROCTOR, PHOEBE BOOTH, ANDREW GREEN, CHRIS BERG, KELLIE FITZGERALD, GREG STRONG, CARLA VIGGIANO and the Yankee fan dating TUNI CLAFLIN. Unable to attend were major sponsors JOHN BEALE, who is recovering from recent knee replacement surgery, but he did arrive for the Saturday and Sunday Eastern shows, and CHARLIE FOLEY, who was also recuperating from recent surgery. I was saddened to hear of several couples splitting the dishes this past weekend. I guess I like things to stay the same. But this next item should remind those couples that sometimes it pays to work it out. Best wishes to NANCY & KUNO SPIES on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary on the 27th. GAYLE & JESSE BONTECOU are spending the next few months in Florida settling into their new winter digs. DEBBIE BURKE and RON SCOTT

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just returned from a month’s holiday down under, stopping in Las Vegas on the way back home. It was a good stop, as it helped pay for the trip. The last weekend of dog shows for the year is upon us. I would like to thank the members of the SAN MATEO KENNEL CLUB for giving up their December dog show date (held between Christmas and New Year’s) so that we can all have a true two-week holiday vacation. Entry wise the big winner of the weekend is the AKC/EUKANUBA dog show and the accompanying shows in Orlando. Two popular and well-liked ladies, SARI TIETJEN and KATHY STEEN, had to give up their judging assignments this weekend and were replaced with CARLA MOLINARI from Portugal and DOTTIE COLLIER, respectively. Another late replacement is for Finnish judge HANS LEHTINEN, who cancelled due to ill health and he will be replaced by judges already on the panel. JUDY GOODIN had to cancel her Sporting group assignment due to the ill health of her husband. MAXINE BEAM will now judge that group replacing JUDY. Hope all is well at home. The AKC/EUKANUBA show still butts heads with shows in California, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Illinois and one would hope that in the years to come the American Kennel Club show will be held on days that don’t conflict with other show-giving clubs. It is hard to fight the mother ship. Just as this was going to press, came the sad news of the passing of JANET TURNER DALTON. JANET was a well respected and hugely successful breeder of Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers under the Wildflower prefix and in later years of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. Her husband ED DALTON is well known in Smooth Fox Terrier circles. All of us at DOG NEWS send ED and her children our deepest sympathies. Birthdaying… MARY DUKES, ANDY LINTON, TERRY HUNDT, RON MENAKER, SUE ADAMS, CHARLENE MASCUCH, HELEN INGHER, MIKE BOWSER, CHARLES ROGERS, NANCY SELF, LINDA GEORGE, LEE HERR, CARLOS PUIG, TOM BRADLEY, LEE HERR, GARY WITTMEIER, IRVING BONIOS, HEIDI COLE, MARCELO SANTIAGO, COLE GABEL, BOB FLANDERS, JOHN REEVENEWSON and BOBBY PAUST. Wishing everyone the joy of the holiday season and my best wishes for a Happy, Healthy and Winning New Year.


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Hugo finished November 12, 2012 at the Kalamazoo Kennel Club, under Judge Mrs. Nancy Liebes.

Hugo van het Falconsnest, CHIC #70225 (now a proud U.S. “citizen”)

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RuFus BEsT AGAIN From start to Finish Rufus is #1 PuG All systems for 2011

We would like to thank all of Rufus’ avid fans, Judges and anonymous supporters for without all of you, The 11 Best In shows, Five specialty Bests, and Numerous Groups and placements, ranking him #5 TOY and #20 ALLBreed** for 2011 would not have been attainable! Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts!

GCh. Caper’s sirius Endeavor “Rufus Is sIRIus About Winning”

sEAsONs GREETINGs Breeder-Owners: Phil & Carol Fisher cj.fisher@verizon.net

Handler- Owners Linda & John Rowell solorow@aol.com *The Dog News Top Ten List **CC System

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Multiple Group Placements • Bite, Movement, Type, Temperament • 2010 AKC/Eukanuba National Championship Best of Breed Winner.

Cirino

A Top Ranked Cane Corso All Systems Owner Richard Hudgens Handler Lenard Clayton Breeder Jemyn Simmons

Judge: Mr. Denis Kuzelj

Thank you Judge Mrs. Linda Riedel

GCh. Wildwood’s Cirino Di Campo

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Judge Ms. Linda Riedel

Judge Mrs. Kay Radcliffe

Judge Mrs. Patricia Leakey Brenner

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Multiple Group Placing

GCh. Flolin Someonewyll

Somner and Chase began their career in September and have done quite well in large breed rings. Owned and Adored By: Linda Foiles, Flolin Tibetan Spaniels Chase Waddell & Carolyn Waddell, Lionheart Tibetan Spaniels

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Bob Forsyth-A trip to St. Andrews in Scotland Bob Smith-A Chairmanship Bob & Helen Stein-A permanent home Bob & Mary Indeglia-That long awaited visit to Long Island Bobbie Davis-On time FedEx deliveries Bobby Fisher-An In and Out (we mean burgers) Bonnie Threlfall-A daughter in law Brian Livingston-A trip to the pyramids Brian Still-Another year closer to 90 Bruce & Tara Schultz-Answers to Lesley’s Ten Questions Bruce Schwartz-Lunch with Woody Bruce Sussman – Another Lola Bryan Martin-New slobber rags Bud McGivern-Good health Candy Caciolo-A Sommelier’s License Captain & Kathleen Sevastopoulos-Two tickets to the Book of Mormon Carissa Shimpeno-A daughter Carla Sanchez-Her own Click pages Carla Viggiano-Her own shadow box Carey & Lori Lawrence-More records to break Carmen Battaglia-Campaign Chairman Carlos Puig-His own zoo Carol Beattie-Wind blown hair Carol Grossman-Knee pads Carolyn Koch-Another chance for Glory Ceil Ruggles-A warm winter Celie Florence-Handlers who live on the east coast Charles Foley-Good knees Charlotte Meyer-Pomegranate juice Charlotte McGowan-Lunch with Ingrid Newkirk Charlotte Patterson-All things bright and beautiful Cheryl Robbins-A Box of pearls Chris Berg-A razor Chris King-7 come 11 Chris Manelopoulos-Get puppy #1,300,000 ready Chris & Woody Wornall-More diapers Chuck & Pam Krothe-Gordon’s Gin Chuck Winslow-A Chocalocalotta with cream (with skim milk) 226 Dog News

Cindy Cassidy-Calls from DOG NEWS Cindy Vogels-A great Garden Claudia Orlandi-A successful New Year Clay Coady-Something smooth Cliff Steele-100 bests Clint Harris-Par Clint Livingston-A daughter Connie Barton-A royal flush Connie Vanacore-Delegate debriefing session Correy Krickeberg-One that lasts Cristina & Jose Hererra-A miniature Zebra Curtiss Smith-Saddle sores Darlene Bello-Her own iPod Darrell Hayes-Mud wrestle with Steve Gladstone Daryl Martin-A neck brace David Fitzpatrick-A smooth coated Peke David Frei-Cabbage soup David Merriam-A little fuzzy puppy David Murray-His own traveling hair salon David Roberts-A son in law Deb Cooper-A trip to China Deb Shindle-Another trip to Crufts Debbie Butt-Puppies Dennis Brown-The orginial Skye Boy Dennis McCoy-Something hard and webcam Dennis Sprung-Man Nish Ta Nor Derek Glas-More trips to Wisconsin Desi Murphy-Happy new home Diana Wilson-Her own Chinese Crested Dick Meen-Congrats on a great year Dick Schaefer-A new hat Diego Garcia-100 bests Dominique Dube-Her own Skye puppy Don & Pat Rodgers-The best of the New Year Don Snyder & Tracy Monahan-A wedding date Don Sturz-His own workout video Dorothy Cherry-Her own hat collection Dorothy Ingamells-Carrots Dorothy Welsh-A museum in New York Dottie Collier-Hurricane shutters Continued on page 230


BEST IN SPECIALTY SHOW

GCh.Sandale PAJ Captain Barbossa

Watch for Jeff and Bossa in 2012 Owners: Peter and Pam Janetatos and Dale S. Tarbox

Handlers: Jeff and Patrice Lawrence

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Dottie James-Empty envelopes Doug & Rita Holloway-Strong backs Doug Huffman-A lawyerless year Doug Johnson- The joy of the season Ed Farrell-German pancakes Ed Fojtik-Giant steps Ed Thomason-Lunch with Kim Edd Bivin-A red Doberman Eddie Boyes-His own entry service Eddie Dziuk-Good hips Elizabeth Nelson-A daughter Ellen Charles-A run for the roses Ellen Cottingham-Short hair Ellen Roberts-Lunch with Sioux Elliot More-A Vet column for DOG NEWS Elliott Weiss-Oy would your mother be proud, such a mensch Enid Wright-An article about Cliff Erin Roberts-New running shoes to show her Saluki Ernesto Lara- 10 pounds Esteban Farias-A trip to Buenos Aires Ethan Wheeler-The new City slicker Evan Threlfall-Something wonderful and blonde Evelyn Rechler-A show dog Felicia Cashin-Double Chins Fran Smith- The voice of the fancy Fred Basset-A televised jacket Florence Foti-A religious experience Florence Males-Notes from Betty-Anne Frank Murphy-A sold truck Frank Sabella-Season seats to ABT Fred Olson-An appearance Fred & Carol Vogel-A winning 2012 Gabriel & Yvonne Rangel-To listen to Mickey Gary Doerge-An 8x10 photo of Marcelo Gary & Michelle Steele-A slender daughter Gary Wittmeier-The complete set of Law and Order SVU Gay Glazbrook-An unretouched photo Gayle Bontecou-A Florida tan

Geir Flyckt Pedersen-Some T & A and we don’t mean tits and ass Geri Kelly-Hat pins Gina DiNardo-A beau Glenda Dawkins-Only good things Gloria Reese-A trip east Glorvina Schwartz-A new special Grace Acosta-Nothing with a tail Greg Myers-A Santa themed thong Greg Strong-A wedding date Gretchen Schultz-A column or two Guy Fisher-Target practice Gwen DeMilta-Her own dentist (Again) Gwyneth & John Spurling-More trips to New York Harriette Borsuch-Follow E.T. call home Harry & Lisa Miller- Understanding show chairmen who let you do your job Heather Alderson Lindeberg-A top special Heather & Colton Johnson-One more Helen Chrysler-Greene-A Fiat Helen Lee James-More articles for DOG NEWS Helyne Medeiros-A successful dual sired litter Hiram Stewart-One client, one dog Holly Eldred-A white dog Howard Huber-Anything the color of Cerise Howard Stone-Good health Iris Love-New digs J.W. Smith- Oh! give me a home where the ……… Jack & Karen Smith-One Great Western Jack Bradshaw-Peace Jack Secrest-A bull market Jack Simm-Shortbread Jackie Gottlieb-The living legend award Jackie Beaudoin-A Buddy of her own Jackie Stacy-President of the North Carolina Welcome wagon Jamie Bernandin-Something tall and ginger Jamie & Jaki Clute-Another Clute Jane Chopson-A field dane Jane Doty-A new Jaguar Continued on page 232

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“THE MOST TANGIBLE OF ALL VISIBLE MYSTERIES – FIRE”

“FIONA”

GCH. MARLEX KISA WILDFIRE Fiona’s record to date –

• 2010 National Winners Bitch/Best of Winners/Best Bred By/Best of Opposite in Puppy Sweeps • Finished undefeated after the National from the Puppy classes • Earned her Grand Championship before her 1st Birthday • Multiple Group placements • Currently ranked #6 All-Breed just 3 months as a special *

Our thanks to Judge Ms. Dianne P. Miller for Fiona’s latest Group placement and to all the Judges who have recognized Fiona’s outstanding type, style, sound structure and movement.

Watch for Fiona and her Breeder/Handler Kim Byrd to light up the rings in 2012!!

Fiona’s Breeders: Armando Angelbello - MARLEX Kim Byrd- KISA

www.marlexminpins.com www.kisakennel.com *Miniature Pinscher, The Dog News Top Ten List - All Breed

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Jane Flowers-A delegate’s seat Jane Forsyth-A show result she doesn’t know Jane Kay-Hip huggers Jane Myers-Pucker up to that Sunset Trail Janet Lange-200 champions Janet York-A cavalier gentleman Jean Fournier-Good health Jean Heath-A hole in one Jeannine Dowell-The nicest lady award this and every year Jeff Brucker-The complete Soprano’s series Jeffery Deaver-A martini, shaken not stirred Jennelle Larson-That pretty Brittany of Amy’s Jennie Wornall-A ring, I don’t mean on the phone Jennifer Miller-Spanish lessons Jennifer Stevens-A puppy sale Jere Marder-An OES with a tail Jesse Sutton- Lunch with Johnny Five AKA DD Jessica Plourde-The one who really has the bat Jill Warren-A trip to England Jim Crowley –To leave a forwarding number, when we need an answer Jim Deppen-A new wheelbarrel Jim Frederiksen-A stitch in time Jim McTernan-A co-owned Skye terrier Jim Moses-An application that is accepted the first time around Jim Reynolds-A US passport Jim White-Nice guy award Jimmy & Wendy Bettis-A winning New Year Jimmy Mitchell-A Persian pussy Joan Ambrose-A hairless breed Joan Fisher-A week in Baden-Baden Joan Huber-A Giant Schnauzer Joan Katz-A show she can work Joan Scott-Party planner award Jodi Paquette-A new dish..Poutine with rice and beans Joe Kinnarney- His own beauty pageant Joe Sanchez-A Chinese Harrier Joe Vergnetti-The next Joe Gregory of the Boxer world Joe Walton-An Affenpinscher from Yarrow

Joe Waterman-A new PHA pin Joel Rosenblatt-A hot new special John Ashbey-A bow to the next generation John Low- A new Special John Mandeville-An opinion John McCartney-Anyone old enough to drink legally John Penatello-Repent John Reeve-Newson-Congrats on a great year John Wade-Christmas pudding John & Tammie Wilcox-More trips east Johnny Shoemaker-A Vegas act of his own Jon Cole-A breed he doesn’t judge Joy Quallenberg-What’s yours is yours and what’s mines is mines Joyce Kampin-An art show at 260 Madison Joyce Rowland-An Outback franchise Jr Das-A Tennessee Waltz Judi Daniels-Our thanks for not running Karen Lefrak-Red shoes Karen Miller-A litter of black & tans Karen Williams-A judge’s license Kathy Ferris-A fella north of the Mason Dixon line Kathy Kirk-Ballet lessons Kathy Menaker-A granddaughter Kay Palade-Peiser- Three varieties of Boxers Kay Radcliffe-Her own line of custom beds Karen Wilson-The youngest looking grandmother award Karen & Paul Bruneau-A white winner Kaz Hosaka-Another Garden win Keith Pautz-Christmas balls Keke Kahn-Gilbert’s monogrammed silver Kellie Fitzgerald-An appearance at the new Louisville Ken McDermott-That same old Patron Saint of Oyster Bay Ken Murray-More breeds Kenny Saenz-A trip to Mexico Kiki Courtelis-A triple crown winner Kim Booth-Flashes Kim Griffith-Australian cattle Kim Calvacca-A fashion column Kim Langlands-Clicks

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GCH. SANKRIS THAT’S MY BOY “ CODY” Multiple Group, Multiple Best of Breed, AKC/Eukanuba Award of Merit Winner and Top 10 Ranked Pointer for over 4 years, Retired 1 year, and back to compete!

Thank you Judge Mrs. Paula Hartinger for this Group Fourth! Way to Go Cody at 9 years young!

Sankris Kennel – Our Future stars…

Sankris Follow Your Heart Co-Owner Diane Elliman

Professionally handled by Sandra Bures – 850-974-1236 Sankris Spoonful of Lovin, Co-owner Kristina Prestwood

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Kim Silva-Lunch at Junior’s Kimberley Steele-Spell check Kirsi Sainio-A bigger house Kitty Burke-Vermont maple syrup Kitten Rodwell-More pixs, more articles Klaus & Joan Anselm-Virginia ham Krista Nuovo-A home on Long Island Larry & Carol Brown-Good luck with their puppies Larry Cornelius-Nothing more than 40 Larry Fenner-A welcome back party Laura King-A truck that NEVER has an open hood Laura Coomes-Good tidings Laurie Fenner-Another grandchild Lee Canalizo-Gaydar Lee Riddle-Exotic locales Lesley Boyes-Entries she remembers to make Leslie Simis-Oodles of Poodles Letisha Wubbell-A judge’s license Lil Schwartz-Our love Linda Rowell-An all American judging panel Linda Stark-A trip to Japan Linda & John Krukar-A new German breed Linda & Mickey Low- A generator and a sold house Lisa Bettis-A new last name Lisa Croft Elliott-A long tailed Poodle and short tailed Corgi Lisa Weiss-A fella Lois Demers-A fella Louis Krokover-A new dog Loren Morgan-Something happy and gay Lorene Hogan-A trip to Germany Lori Wilson-Chanel #5 Lorrie Richer-More fashion magaznes Luc Boileau-A live-in carpenter Luke & Diane Ehricht-A call every now and then Lynn Bernard-Something gay Lynn Meyer-A Tibetan monk Lynette & Stan Saltzman-A week in Orlando Madeleine Condon-Cookies Madeline & Jennifer Mosing-Red bangs

Maggie Renihan-Our love Marcelo Chagas-15 more inches Marcelo Santiago-Lunch with Bergit Marcelo Veras-3 Donkeys Margie Sullivan-Jackie O glasses Margo Koga-Lunch with Dano Marjorie McTernan-Only the best Mari-Beth O’Neill-The disinterested third party award Marilyn Mayfield-Grapes Marjorie Good-A Montgomery charm bracelet Marion Bradshaw-The demise of PETA Marion Lawrence-A full passport Maripi Wooldridge-A dog show she attends Martin Sosnoff-Another Bull market Mary Donnelly-A phone to answer Mary Dukes-A promotion Mary Ann Alston-Her own handling classes Mareth Kipp-Another long drive with Susie Maxine Beam- That Garden BIS assignment Meg Callea-A trip to the Dalmatian coast Mercedes Vila-A trip to Churchill Downs Michael Canalizo-Spanks Michael Dachel-A subscription to Motor Trend Michael Faulkner-More memorable judging weekends Michael Greenberg-New show grounds Michael Kemp-Yankee seats Michael Pawasarat-Someone to pay the horse bills Michael & Michelle Scott- A month in Africa Michael Shepherd-Three wise men Michael Work-A road map of Vermont Michele Billings-Everything that’s Good Michele & Elliott Federman –A Green Barn Michele Molnar-A trip to London Miguel Betancourt-Deadlines Mike Buckley-A lesson in hair texture Mike & Linda Pitts-Behind every great man there is a loyal wife Mike Stone-To open your Golden Gate Mimi Winkler- Jdate Continued on page 236

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Miyuki Ueno-Duo M.J. Nelson-On time checks Moe & Tammy Miyagawa-A mailbox Nancy Battaglia-A piano bar Nancy Bosley-Another Dobe Nancy Martin-A best in show winning terrier Nancy Spelke- A trip to Connecticut Nancy Sweet-English muffins Nick Viggiano-Razor burn Nina Fetter- Lunch with Stacey Noble Inglett-Pom Poms Norm Kenney-Anything he wants on the back nine Norman Patton-To always be nice to my Gary Paddy Spear-The second chorus of the Grand Ole Duke of York Pam & David Peat- Moss Pam & John Beale-A Valentine named Bobby Pam & Jerry Oxenberg-Golden days Pam & Mark Desrosiers-Golden nights Pam Dziuk-A proposal Pat Cruz-Support from the members of Loyal Socksville Pat Laurans-Step up and run or sit back and relax Pat Trotter-That Garden Best Pat Scully-Hugs of Pugs Patti Gallagher-The terrier group Patti Haines-A revamped delegate body Patti Proctor-A DOG NEWS column from the Reps’ point of view Patti Long Smith-Puds Patti Strand-Another run for the board Patty Keenan-More breeds Patty & Phil Smith-The Brad & Angelina Award Paul Flores-Nice guy award Paul Levesque-A new Akita special Paul Reilly-A B-52 Paula Nykiel-Youthful award Paula Spector-To write that great American (kennel club) book Peggy Beisel-McIlwaine-Mike Billings’s packing tips Penny Peterson-A trip to Sussex 236 Dog News

Perry Phillips-A fish eye Peter & Valerie Atkinson-Matching Union Jacks Peter Green-A social secretary Peter Kubacz-A blue suit Phil Guidry-Portuguese lessons Philip Martin-Take good care of those Dobe pups Phoebe Booth- DNA results Polly Smith-A big shovel to dig up that rose garden Queensboro Kennel Club-A name or location change R.C. & Shari Carusi-A move to Brazil for him and Paris for her Regina Keiter-Anything 18 and older Randy Benns-A black dog Randy Garren- Another Poodle litter Renee Gumbs-Opera lessons Renee Idonne-Bushells of Bullies Ric Plaut-DOG NEWS hand delievered Rick Justice- Monday blues Ricky Kreiger-His own race track Rindi Gaudet-A greyhound bus Roberta Lombardi-A shampoo line for humans Robin Greenslade-A trip up north Robin Novack-A home in the east Robin Remondi-A best in show dachshund Ron Scott & Debbie Burke-A trip to India Ron Mattson- A parking lot Ron Menaker-Our thanks for a job well done Ron & Suzanne Readmond-An appearance Ronnie Irving-An occasional visit to the States Roxie Sutton-Xanax Roy & Jo-Ann Kusumoto-Good health Roxie Wolfe- The Spectrum Queen Roz Mintz-Fusco-Her own moving company Roz Kramer-A committee report that is accepted the first time Russella Wilkerson-Her own detective agency Ruth Sampson-Her own Eskimo village Sally George –The 1st annual Ric Chashoudian award Sally Sweat-A trip to Scotland Salwa Alfadl-Ears…down and up Sam & Karen Mammano-The land on your feet award Continued on page 238


Ch. Calaban’s Armahani IWannaTalkAboutMe

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Sam McDonald-A new Wolfhound special San Mateo Kennel Club-Thanks from the entire fancy especially DOG NEWS Sandra Goose Allen-Another Skye Terrier Sandra Kim Hoffen-An appearance Sandra MIddlebrooks-The nice lady award Sandy D’Andrea-Another Prisoner escape Sara Melichar Lopez-A dog she wants to show Sarah Lawrence-A black maltese Sari Tietjen-Only the best Scott Kellogg-Lunch with Chuck Scott Yergin-A Java franchise Scott & Susan Kipp-Planned breedings Scott Sommer-A trip to Russia Sandy Frei-A beau Sean Kevin Gaffney-A hero sandwich with fries and ice cream for dessert Sean McCarthy-A heated Garden ramp Sergio & the Crew-More shows Shari Lee-The best kept secret Sharon Anderson-An agility member club Sharon Newcomb-Lunch with Dudley Troy McMillin’s granddaughter Shaun Coen-Low fences Sheila DiNardo-A new son in law Shelley Hamilton-More shows Sheree Moses-A team of Shepherds Sioux Forsyth-Release Sonnet McKinnon-A new Special Spankey Clothier-Whatever he wants because he deserves it Stacy Snyder Work-More money less work Stan Flowers-Lunch with Chuckles Stephanie Ingram-Coco pops Stephen Gladstone-A chain of kosher Chinese restaurants Steve Sipperly- Italian lessons Sue Capone-Keep Regina in line Sue Vroom-A prince on a white horse Sukey Shor-Trips east Susan Fraser-A Lakeland litter 238 Dog News

Susan Sprung-Something she is the first to know Susie Atherton-For her arms to reach the sky Susie & Jorge Olivera-A convent for their beautiful daughters Sydney Good-Sun block Taffe McFadden-The pretty “Tiny Tim” award Tonia Holibaugh-A smooth coated black dog Teresa Nail-A Fort Worth rendezvous Terry Hundt-Another group to judge Terry Miller-In our eyes you are the Perfect Ten Terry Stacy-A Stepford wife The James Brothers-The Basenji sisters Therapy Dog Flyers-May you never need one Tim Brazier-A subscription to Time Out Palm Springs Tim Thomas-One step at a time Tina Truesdale-To attend more shows Tom Bradley-A completed Garden renovation Tom & Andrea Glassford-The who said it wouldn’t last award Tommy O-PQRSTUVWXYZ Toni Sosnoff-Smooth air Tommy Millner-A KOA campgrounds named for him Tony DiNardo-To be nice to Gwen Tootie Longo-50 more years with Joe Torie Steele- An ocean front home in Dallas Tracy DeLoria-To always listen to Maripi Tray Pittman-The fruits of his labor Vernelle Kendrick-A good New Year Vicki Holloway-Picture queen Vicki Seiler-Her own evening gown collection Victor Malzoni, Jr.-An apartment in Manhattan Walter Goodman-Good health Wayne Cavanaugh-Another Clifford Wayne Ferguson-His own clothing line Wendell Sammet-Our love Zane Smith-A trip to Brazil And to all of our advertisers, readers and columnists and to all of our many friends who we missed this year, we send you all the best wishes for this holiday season. Until next year... Peace.


~ZSA ZSA~ Thank you Judge Mrs. Michele L. Billings.

Best In Specialty Show Winning

GCh. CBD Danebridge’s Bringin’ Sexy Back Beyond fabulous...

A Breeder/Owner/Handler’s Dream... and a Great Dane Club of America Top 20 Contender for 2011 after winning only four Best of Breeds! Breeders/Owners/Handler Lisa & William Barratt • CBD Karen & Dale Desjardins • Danebridge Dog News 239


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Letters To The Editor BULLDoG reACtion Great work on the NY Times bulldog distasteful tirade. What irresponsible writing and EDITING! Howard & Barbara Atlee Cresskill, NJ LAte AnSWer to tHiS WeeK’S QUeStion oF tHe WeeK: Dog News has done an amazing job this past year: the glossy format is phenomenal and I applaud all who had a hand in its reformat. The editorial content continues to address the issues that are of great concern to those of us who have the sport’s best interests at heart. Keep up the good work. I’m proud to be part of the magazine. Deb Cooper Porter Beach, IN MeMBerS oF PArLiAMent CoLLeCt Anti-DoG MeAt Petition Members of Parliament have joined Network for Animals and the Kennel Club in urging the Filipino government to better enforce their anti-dog meat legislation and end the dog meat trade. To promote the campaign, Members of Parliament met with the Kennel Club and Network for Animals’ representatives outside parliament recently to collect a petition from a dog called Shiva to show their support for ending the trade in dog meat in the Philippines. The petition, which was initiated by Network for Animals, garnered over 10,000 signatures from people opposing the dog meat trade. MPs present to collect the petition included Caroline Lucas, Mark Pritchard (Chairman of the All Party Group on the Philippines), Neil Parish (Chairman of the Associate Parliamentary Group on Animal Welfare), Norman Baker (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department for Transport), Ian Lavery (Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport) and Russell Brown (Shadow Minister for Defence). Neil Parish, Chairman of the Associate Parliamentary Group for Animal Welfare, commented: “The UK is the international leader on animal welfare and is at the forefront of efforts to protect animals internationally. Dogs are being captured and stolen for their meat whilst being kept in unbearable conditions. They often die en route to their destinations and face even worse circumstances at slaughterhouses, where no guidelines exist for the humane killing of dogs. This is unacceptable and needs to stop.” Christina Dixon, Campaigner at Network for Animals said: “We wanted to give MPs the chance to have their support for our campaign recognised. Their help in ending the brutal dog meat trade in the Philippines is vital as it shows that the British public has elected representatives who put animal welfare on the political agenda.” Caroline Kisko, the Kennel Club Communications Director, commented: “Dogs are companion animals and are not meant to serve as a meal. Whilst recognising cultural differences in eating habits, this does not excuse the animal welfare issues associated with this trade. The Philippines has outlawed the sale and consumption of dog meat, yet the 242 Dog News

trade is still prevalent. We are calling on the Filipino government to better enforce their dog meat ban. We are grateful to all the Members of Parliament for coming today and helping highlight this important and emotive issue.” To find out more information or to get involved, visit: http://www. thekennelclub.org.uk/dogmeat or http://www.networkforanimals.org/ campaigns/the-philippines-dogmeat-trade. Laura Quickfall London, England CorreCtion In the Dec. 2 10 Questions by Leslie Boyes, the hometown of Bernie and Fran Schwartz was incorrect. They reside in Lake Forest, Illinois; not La Verne, Ca. PHoto re-toUCHinG I’ve been concerned for a long time about photos of dogs appearing in some of the most widely published magazines who do not appear to be the same dog when seen in the flesh. We expect to see honest and genuine pictures of dogs being shown in competition and published by the owner but that is not always true. Until someone takes a stand and refuses to use pictures that have been photo shopped, changing a dog from its actual appearance, I guess we will just have to continue to count toes to determine if the photo is for real. Yes, count toes. If you’re going to enhance the properties, make sure you return all the parts to their proper place before pushing the print button. Doris Boyd Carmichael, California AKC oBeDienCe AnD AGiLitY to CeLeBrAte MiLeStoneS At AKC/eUKAnUBA nAtionAL CHAMPionSHiP -- New Events “Just For Juniors” at the AKC National Obedience Invitational and AKC Agility Invitational Add To Celebration -Two of AKC’s Companion Events – Agility and Obedience – are celebrating sport milestones at the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship festivities this December 1718, 2011 in Orlando, Florida at the Orange County Convention Center. Agility, AKC’s fastest-growing canine sport, is on track to hit one million entries in 2011, while the sport of Obedience celebrates its 75th anniversary. “We’re pleased to celebrate these milestones at the AKC National Obedience Invitational and AKC Agility Invitational,” said Curt Curtis, AVP of Companion Events. “Our thanks go out to the fanciers for all of their support for these two events over the years!” Since the first test in 1933 which drew eight dogs, Obedience has grown to approximately 130,000 entries in 2,573 events across the country this year. There are 146 dogs entered in the AKC National Obedience Invitational, encompassing 55 breeds from 33 states and Canada. AKC held its first agility trials in 1994, staging 23 trials with 2,000 entries. In 2010, AKC sanctioned 2,461 agility trials and received 947,137 entries. The sport grew even further in 2011. The AKC Agility Invitational has drawn 592 entries, with dogs

representing 157 breeds and 46 states. Another milestone reached is for the first time ever, the AAI and NOI will also welcome All-American dogs enrolled in the AKC Canine Partners program. A total of 15 All-American Dogs will compete in Agility, Obedience and the respective junior events. As another way to celebrate their sport’s milestones, the AKC National Obedience Invitational and AKC Agility Invitational are offering special competitions just for juniors for the first time ever. The new AKC Juniors Agility Competition and AKC National Juniors Obedience Competition join the Junior Showmanship event, which has been part of AKC/ Eukanuba National Championship since its inception in 2001. The three events have drawn entries of 50, 47 and 159 junior handlers, respectively. Three of the agility juniors competing have also qualified for the AKC Agility Invitational and will run their dogs in that competition over the weekend. Several obedience juniors will exhibit multiple dogs, and one junior will compete in all three events – Junior Showmanship, the AKC Juniors Agility Competition and the AKC National Juniors Obedience Competition. The AKC Juniors Agility Competition runs Friday, December 16th from 8:00 am to 11:00 am. The AKC National Juniors Obedience Competition will run Saturday, December 17th from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Agility juniors will run both Standard and Jumpers with Weaves courses in either the Junior Excellent or Superior Classes, depending on whether they’ve achieved an agility title. The junior obedience entrants will compete in three age divisions in Beginner Novice and/or Novice classes twice, based on their AKC obedience accomplishments. Stay tuned to www.akc.org/invitational for the latest updates. Tickets for the Day sessions are still available and can be purchased through the AKC Website or in person at the Orange County Convention Center Box Office on the day(s) of the events. The American Kennel Club (AKC) proudly celebrated its 125th Anniversary in 2009. Since 1884 the not-for-profit organization has maintained the largest registry of purebred dogs in the world, and today its rules govern more than 20,000 canine competitions each year. The AKC is dedicated to upholding the integrity of its registry, promoting the sport of purebred dogs and breeding for type and function. Along with its nearly 5,000 licensed and member clubs and its affiliated organizations, the AKC advocates for the purebred dog as a family companion, advances canine health and well-being, works to protect the rights of all dog owners and promotes responsible dog ownership. Affiliate AKC organizations include the AKC Humane Fund, AKC Canine Health Foundation, AKC Companion Animal Recovery and the AKC Museum of the Dog. For more information, visit www.akc.org. AKC, American Kennel Club, the American Kennel Club seal and design, and all associated marks and logos are trademarks, registered trademarks and service marks of The American Kennel Club, Inc. To become a fan of the AKC on Facebook, go to http://www.facebook. com/americankennelclub. To follow the AKC on Twitter, go to http://www.twitter.com/ akcdoglovers. Lisa Peterson New York, NY


A Pretty Fancy Record on a Pretty Fancy Boy…

Dino

#2 Smooth Dachshund #1 Miniature Smooth* Thank you to all the Judges that rewarded Dino in 2011. A special thank you to the Breede Judges for Specialty Best of Variety wins in 2011 Mrs. Frances (Cookie) Roush (Best In Specialty Show), Mrs. Frances Colonna, Mrs. Lisa Young (Best In Specialty Show), Mrs. Cheri Faust, Mrs. Emma Jean Stephenson (Best In Specialty Show) and Mrs. Carol Spritzer. Thank you also to the fancy for all your support of this exciting young dog. Last but not least, thank you to all the participants of Team Dino.

Group Winning, Multiple Specialty Variety Winning, Multiple Best In Specialty Show Winning

Gold Grand Ch. Dynadaux Redneck Fancy Boy MS Sire: Ch. Dynadaux Honky Tonk Redneck Song MS • Dam: Multi For./Am. Ch Magik Rainbow Harmony-IMP Russia

Gathering up his fan club along the way  “He’s cool and he knows it.”  Owners Pamela Spencer Brenda Claxton Bobby Sandoval

Owner/Breeder: Dynadaux (reg) Cyndy Senff Del Valle, TX 512-247-2152 www.dynadaux.com

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Dog Show Calendar JANUARY 11 - WEDNESDAY VA Fredericksburg (I) NORTHERN NECK KENNEL CLUB OF VIRGINIA Fredericksburg Expo Center 2371 Carl D. Silver Parkway CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW R. F. Greathouse, M.D. SPORTING Group: Mrs. M. Alston Mrs. M. Alston: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. J. L. Stacy Mrs. J. L. Stacy: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. W. E. Dean, Jr. Mr. W. E. Dean, Jr.: All Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton R. F. Greathouse, M.D.: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. D. J. Kirkland Mr. D. J. Kirkland: All Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mr. R. E. Hutton: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. N. Horn Mr. N. Horn: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. M. Alston Mrs. M. Alston: All Miscellaneous Breeds JANUARY 12 - THURSDAY FL Brooksville (O) MANATEE KENNEL CLUB, INC. (S) Florida Classic Park 5360 Lockhart Road CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $26.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. K. D. Falconi SPORTING Group: Mr. J. G. Pepper Mr. J. G. Pepper: All Retrievers Mrs. R. H. Zimmerman: Weim Ms. L. L. Kelly: Pntr-GS, Pntr-GW, Set-Eng, Span-Eng Spr, Vizs Mrs. P. V. Trotter: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr. Mrs. P. V. Trotter: Basset Mr. J. G. Pepper: PBGV Mr. C. E. Trotter: B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd Mr. T. A. Kilcullen: Amer English Coon, Am Fox, Bgle, Bluetick Coon, Dach, Eng Fox, Harr, Nor Elk, Otter, Plott, Redbone Coon Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Ms. B. L. Clarke K. Watts: Grt Dane Mr. C. E. Trotter: Newf, Rottw Ms. B. L. Clarke: Alas Mal, Boxer, Dobe Mrs. P. V. Trotter: AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Cane Corso Mrs. R. H. Zimmerman: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. A. Katona Mrs. P. V. Trotter: Am Staff, Border Mr. C. E. Trotter: Bdlgtn, Cairn Mr. T. Clyde: Airdle, Fox Ter (Wire), Kerry, Welsh Ter Mrs. A. Katona: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. C. E. Trotter Mrs. P. V. Trotter: Toy Manch Ms. B. L. Clarke: Pap Mr. C. E. Trotter: Cav KC Spans, Chihua Mr. K. D. Falconi: Pug, Pood Toy Mrs. R. H. Zimmerman: J Chin, Malt, Toy Fox Terrier Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Hava, Eng Toy Sp, I Greyhnd, Shih Tzu Mr. T. A. Kilcullen: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. R. H. Zimmerman Mrs. P. V. Trotter: Kees Mr. R. Franz: Bulldog, Fr Bull

Mr. K. D. Falconi: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. T. A. Kilcullen Mrs. P. V. Trotter: GSD Mrs. A. Katona: AustrlShep, Card-WC, Pemb-WC Mr. C. E. Trotter: Beard Coll, Bel Mal, Brdr Coll, Bouv, Coll Mr. T. A. Kilcullen: Austrl Cat Dg, Beauceron, Bel Shp, Bel Terv, Briard, Canaan, Fin Laph, Swed Vallhund Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. C. E. Trotter Mr. C. E. Trotter: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. D. R. Dahlberg SWEEPS VETERANS: Vizs Amanda Quinlan SWEEPS PUPPY: Vizs Amanda Quinlan SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Gold Pamela Oxenberg SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Gold Pamela Oxenberg VA Fredericksburg (I) NORTHERN NECK KENNEL CLUB OF VIRGINIA Fredericksburg Expo Center 2371 Carl D. Silver Parkway CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $30.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. M. Alston SPORTING Group: Mr. N. Horn Mr. N. Dee: Set-Eng, Set-Gord, Vizs, Weim Mrs. N. Dee: Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, Ret-Flat, Span-Eng Spr, Span-Fld Mr. N. Horn: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: R. F. Greathouse, M.D. Mrs. J. M. Bishop: Afghan, Whip Mrs. M. Alston: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: R. F. Greathouse, M.D. Ms. N. Bodine: Cane Corso, Leonberger R. F. Greathouse, M.D.: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. D. J. Kirkland Mr. R. E. Hutton: Parson Russell Mr. D. J. Kirkland: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. R. E. Hutton Mr. R. E. Hutton: All Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. W. E. Dean, Jr. Mr. W. E. Dean, Jr.: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. J. L. Stacy Ms. N. Bodine: Card-WC, Pemb-WC Mrs. J. L. Stacy: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. W. E. Dean, Jr. Mr. W. E. Dean, Jr.: All Miscellaneous Breeds JANUARY 13 - FRIDAY FL Brooksville* (O) CLEARWATER KENNEL CLUB Florida Classic Park 5360 Lockhart Road CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $26.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. P. V. Trotter SPORTING Group: Mrs. A. Katona Mr. C. E. Trotter: Vizs Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Pointer, Ret-Lab, Set-Irsh Rd&Wh, SpanCkr, Spin Ital, Weim Dr. A. W. Krause: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. T. A. Kilcullen Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Afghan Mr. C. E. Trotter: Amer English Coon, Pharaoh, Treeing Walker Coon Mrs. P. V. Trotter: Ir Wolf, Otter, PBGV Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Am Fox, Bgle, Dach, Eng Fox, Harr, Plott Continued on page 250

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Dooney on the Move The Best In Show Winning Am. GCh. (Silver) Can.

GCh. Desert Dune at Curiann CGC CGN • #1 Irish Wolfhound in Canada 2010 • #2 Irish Wolfhound* in USA 2011 while residing elsewhere • Swept breed all four days at AKC/Eukanuba 2010

Great size Commanding appearance Free and active movement

*The Dog News Top Ten List - All Breed

Bred, loved and occasionally handled by owner Judith P. Ryan Curiann Irish Wolfhounds 519 856-2223 email jpmryan@aol.com Dog News 2�47 �


Oregon Dog Judges Education Series

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Mr. T. A. Kilcullen: Basenji, Basset, B & T Coonhnd, Bloodhnd, Greyhnd, Ibizan Mrs. A. Katona: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Dr. A. W. Krause Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza: Alas Mal, Tibtn Mastiff Ms. H. W. Gleason: Dobe, Rottw Mrs. A. Katona: Grt Dane, Portuguese Mrs. K. J. Radcliffe: Akita, AnatolShep, Berns Mtn, Blk Russn Terrier, Cane Corso, Dogue de Brdx, Leonberger, Sib Hky, Std Schn Mrs. P. Hastings: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. C. E. Trotter Mrs. P. Hastings: Austr Mrs. K. J. Radcliffe: Manch Ter Mrs. A. Katona: Am Staff, Bdlgtn, Border Mr. C. E. Trotter: Cesky Terrier, Glen Imaal, Min Bull Terrs, Norfolk, Scotti, Skye, Soft Coated, Wst Highlnd Mrs. P. V. Trotter: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr. Mr. C. E. Trotter: Chin Cr Mrs. P. V. Trotter: Min Pin Mrs. K. J. Radcliffe: Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mr. T. A. Kilcullen: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Pug, Pood Toy Mr. K. D. Falconi: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. K. D. Falconi Mrs. A. Katona: Norwegian Lndhnd Mrs. K. J. Radcliffe: Pood Mr. C. E. Trotter: Bichon, Dalm, Schip, Shiba Inu, Tib Span, Xoloitzcuintli Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza Mr. C. E. Trotter: Swed Vallhund Mrs. P. Hastings: Beauceron, OES Mr. T. A. Kilcullen: AustrlShep, Beard Coll, Bel Mal, Brdr Coll, Bouv, Shetld Ms. H. W. Gleason: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. K. D. Falconi Mr. K. D. Falconi: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. C. Klein: Nov A, Nov B, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr, Util A, Util B, Pre-Novice, Veteran, Nov Wildc, Opn Wildc, Utl Wildc JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mrs. S. Greendale-Paveza MA Fitchburg (I) GREATER LOWELL KENNEL CLUB, INC. Central Mass Expo Center 150 Royal Plaza Drive CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $30.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. C. Walkowicz SPORTING Group: Mrs. C. Walkowicz J. Hoke: Pointer L. C. Flynn: Ret-Gold Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Set-Gord K. M. Flynn: Span-Ckr (Black), Vizs C. C. Lane: Span-Ckr (ASCOB), Span-Ckr (Parti) D. P. Cline: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. F. H. Colonna Mrs. F. H. Colonna: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: D. P. Cline J. Hoke: Grt Dane Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. B. Jenkins Mr. B. Jenkins: I Greyhnd D. P. Cline: Bruss Grif, Chihua, Hava J. Hoke: Cav KC Spans, Chin Cr, Malt, Peke, Pom, Yorks Mr. T. Catterson: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. L. Boileau Mr. L. Boileau: All Non-Sporting Breeds

HERDING Group: Ms. L. K. Telfair D. P. Cline: Beard Coll, Bouv, OES, Pyre Shep Ms. L. K. Telfair: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. T. Catterson Mr. T. Catterson: All Miscellaneous Breeds NY Hamburg* (I) KENNEL CLUB OF BUFFALO, INC. (S) The Fairgrounds 5600 McKinley Parkway CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $24.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mrs. B. D. Alderman SPORTING Group: Mr. F. J. Washabaugh Ms. J. M. Krawsczyn: Ret-Gold Mr. F. J. Washabaugh: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. R. Ambrosio Mr. R. Ambrosio: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Dr. R. S. Pritchard Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Boxer Dr. R. S. Pritchard: Blk Russn Terrier, St Bern, Sam, Sib Hky, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Dr. G. C. Penta: Bullm, Cane Corso, Dobe, Dogue de Brdx, Grm Pinscher, Grt Dane, Grt Pyr Mr. R. Ambrosio: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Dr. G. C. Penta Dr. G. C. Penta: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Dr. R. S. Pritchard Mrs. B. D. Alderman: I Greyhnd, J Chin, Malt, Min Pin, Pap, Toy Manch, Peke Dr. R. S. Pritchard: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. R. Ambrosio Mrs. B. D. Alderman: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. J. A. Penta Mrs. J. A. Penta: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. F. J. Washabaugh Mr. F. J. Washabaugh: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. C. M. Thompson: Nov A, Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, Grad Novr, Grad Openr, Versatility Mrs. N. K. Withers: Nov B, Open A, Open B, Util A, Util B JR SHOWMANSHIP: Dr. R. S. Pritchard SWEEPS VETERANS: Ret-Gold Rochelle Andonian SWEEPS PUPPY: Ret-Gold Rochelle Andonian VA Fredericksburg (I) GREATER FREDERICKSBURG KENNEL CLUB Fredericksburg Expo Center 2371 Carl D. Silver Parkway CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $30.00-1st/ $30.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. W. E. Dean, Jr. SPORTING Group: Mr. J. E. Noe L. Schanzle: Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab, All Setters, Weim Mr. J. E. Noe: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Ms. D. C. Mounce Mr. W. E. Dean, Jr.: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. S. D. Gladstone Mr. S. D. Gladstone: All Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. G. L. Doerge Mr. G. L. Doerge: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. K. H. Delaney Mr. K. H. Delaney: All Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Ms. D. C. Mounce Ms. D. C. Mounce: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. J. E. Frederiksen Continued on page 254

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Meadow Event Park

Extravaganza Farm Bureau Center, Meadow Event Park Jan. 27, 28, 29, 2012

Doswell, Virginia Entries Close: January 11, 2012 MBF Superintendent Details and Premium List: www.infodog.com

Middle Peninsula Kennel Club of Virginia, Potomac Hound Club, Virginia Terrier Club Coonhound Bench Show Entries taken up to show: Polly D. Smith Event Secretary

Best Bred by Exhibitor In Show Competition Sunday, January 29, 2012 $100 cash prize Friday, January 27, 2012 - Potomac Hound, Virginia Terrier Saturday, January 28, 2012 - Middle Peninsula Kennel Club Chesapeake Toy Dog Fanciers, AKC Coonhound Bench Sweepstakes and Vet. Sweepstakes at Group Club SUPPORTED ENTRIES Saturday and Sunday Capital City Cocker Club, Inc. Leonberger Club of America Breeder-Judges, Cockers, Leonbergers, Afghan Hounds, Dalmatians MY DOG CAN DO THAT Saturday AND Sunday Host Hotel, Best Western Kings Quarters $49.00 per night 24 hour restaurant 5 MINS. FROM SHOW FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL DR. ROBERT D. SMITH SHOW COORDINATOR OR MRS. ROBERT D. SMITH 804-769-0113 or email pollysmith@me.com Dog News 251


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Mr. J. E. Frederiksen: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. G. L. Doerge Mr. G. L. Doerge: All Miscellaneous Breeds JANUARY 14 - SATURDAY FL Brooksville* (O) INVERNESS FLORIDA KENNEL CLUB (S) Florida Classic Park 5360 Lockhart Road CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $26.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr. SPORTING Group: Mr. T. J. Feneis J. Napolitano: Ret-Lab Mr. T. J. Feneis: Ret-Gold, Span-Ckr, Vizs Mrs. M. C. Spacht: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. M. C. Spacht Mr. W. J. Coombs: Am Fox, Basenji, Bgle, Eng Fox, Harr, Ir Wolf, Pharaoh, ScotDeer D. Thornton: Afghan, Basset, Borz, Dach, Greyhnd, PBGV, RhoRidge, Saluki, Whip Mrs. M. C. Spacht: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mr. W. deVilleneuve J. Langevin: Grt Dane Mr. W. deVilleneuve: Nepltn Mastiff, Tibtn Mastiff J. Napolitano: Rottw, Sib Hky Mr. J. J. Madieros: Akita, Boxer, Sam Mr. W. J. Coombs: Alas Mal, Dobe, Gtr Swiss Mtn, Kom, Kuv, Leonberger, St Bern Ms. L. Olson: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. W. deVilleneuve Mr. W. deVilleneuve: Am Staff, Austr, Bdlgtn, Border, Bull Ter, Cairn, Cesky Terrier, Dandie, Fox Ter (Smooth), Fox Ter (Wire), Kerry, Min Schn, Staf Bull Mrs. R. L. Campbell: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: K. B. Sawyer B. Lee: Pood Toy K. B. Sawyer: Affenp, Bruss Grif, Cav KC Spans, Hava, I Greyhnd, Silky Mrs. A. F. Benko: Chihua, Chin Cr, Eng Toy Sp, Min Pin, Toy Manch, Yorks Mrs. J. Nahikian: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mrs. A. F. Benko J. Langevin: Dalm K. B. Sawyer: Boston, Fr Bull, Schip, Tib Span Mrs. A. F. Benko: Chow, Fin Spitz, Lowch, Norwegian Lndhnd, Xoloitzcuintli B. Lee: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. A. F. Benko Mr. W. J. Coombs: Pyre Shep Mrs. J. Nahikian: Shetld Mrs. A. F. Benko: Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph, GSD, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, OES, Pol Low Shp, Pulik Mr. R. V. Filburn, Jr.: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: D. Thornton D. Thornton: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. C. Klein: Nov A, Nov B, Open A, Open B, Util A, Util B JR SHOWMANSHIP: J. Langevin SWEEPS PUPPY: Pntr-GS Dr. Mary Lynn Jensen MA Fitchburg (I) GREATER LOWELL KENNEL CLUB, INC. Central Mass Expo Center 150 Royal Plaza Drive CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $30.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW D. P. Cline SPORTING Group: D. P. Cline 254 Dog News

Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Set-Irsh L. C. Flynn: Pntr-GS, Vizs C. Curtis: Ret-Gold, Ret-Lab C. C. Lane: Span-Ckr (Black), Span-Eng Ckr K. M. Flynn: Span-Ckr (ASCOB), Span-Ckr (Parti), Weim Mrs. C. Walkowicz: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. L. Boileau Mr. L. Boileau: Amer English Coon, Bluetick Coon, Eng Fox, Nor Elk, Plott, Redbone Coon, ScotDeer, Treeing Walker Coon Mr. T. Catterson: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. C. Walkowicz Mrs. R. Deutsch: Alas Mal Mr. A. (. Ritter: Berns Mtn Ms. A. N. Saliba: Dobe Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Leonberger Mr. J. L. Anderson: Akita, Boxer, Grt Dane D. P. Cline: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. M. D. Buckley Mrs. T. K. Lago-Jackson: Manch Ter Mr. M. D. Buckley: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. L. Boileau Mrs. T. K. Lago-Jackson: Toy Manch Mr. L. Boileau: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. B. Jenkins Mrs. T. K. Lago-Jackson: Pood Mr. B. Jenkins: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine D. P. Cline: Card-WC Mrs. C. Walkowicz: GSD Ms. P. Beisel-McIlwaine: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. B. Jenkins Mr. B. Jenkins: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: J. Hoke MS Starkville* (I) GOLDEN TRIANGLE KENNEL CLUB OF MISSISSIPPI Mississippi State University 716 Poorhouse Rd. CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $26.00 Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Mr. J. J. Ham SPORTING Group: Mrs. N. D. Simmons Mrs. N. D. Simmons: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mr. J. R. Cole Mr. W. E. Usherwood: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. N. D. Simmons Mr. H. D. Stiefferman: Akita Mrs. N. D. Simmons: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mr. P. A. Thomann Mr. P. A. Thomann: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. J. R. Cole Mrs. N. D. Simmons: Pap, Pood Toy Mr. J. R. Cole: Affenp, Eng Toy Sp, J Chin, Malt, Peke, Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mr. P. A. Thomann: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Mr. W. E. Usherwood Mrs. N. D. Simmons: Pood Mr. W. E. Usherwood: Schip, Shiba Inu Mr. J. R. Cole: Balance of Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mr. W. E. Usherwood Mr. W. E. Usherwood: Beauceron, Pol Low Shp Mr. H. D. Stiefferman: AustrlShep, GSD, Pemb-WC Mr. J. R. Cole: Canaan, Entlebucher Mnt Dog, Fin Laph, Icelandic Shpdg, Nor Buhund, Pyre Shep, Swed Vallhund Mrs. N. D. Simmons: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. J. R. Cole Mr. J. R. Cole: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mr. J. J. Ham: Nov A, Nov B, Grad Novr, Open A, Open B, Grad Openr, Util A, Util B, Versatility, Nov Wildc, Opn Wildc, Utl Wildc JR SHOWMANSHIP: Mr. H. D. Stiefferman Continued on page 256


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Baton Rouge Kennel Club

January 26-27, 2012

Rapides Parish Coliseum Alexandria, Louisiana

Alexandria Kennel Club

January 28-29, 2012

Great Venue!

Great Week end!

CERF Eye Clinic - Saturday Reserved Grooming - Obedience on Saturday and Sunday - Great Judges - Great Trophies Free Day Parking - RV parking by Coliseum Match on Saturday night - Obedience and ConformationGreat Motel Rates Raffles: Baton Rouge Kennel Club: 19” Flat Screen Color TV Alexandria Kennel Club: Grooming Table - Dog Crate, Dog Dryer Booths - Contact Rick Gardner - 318-466-5905

Serving King Cake on Friday During Groups Free Coffee and Donuts All Four Days Also Grooming Seminar - Saturday Night

Come And Join Us - Fun For Everyone Come and Celebrate Mardi Gras With Us Closing Date for Entries - January 11, 2012 Superintendent - Onofrio Dog Shows, LLC • P.O. Box 25764 - Oklahoma City, OK 73125 • 405 427-8181 Dog News 255


2002 International 4300 Dog Truck • 246,000 miles 20,000 on new motor • In Feb. put in new motor- new everything.... Turbo charger, heads, cylinders, pistons, rings. • Last summer new 10 kw commercial onan generator. • August, new roof air Truck was built by me just for dog shows; has air brakes, air ride, air seats. • 20 foot box. Aluminm floor. Six walls insulated 4 inches thick, doors are refrigerator type. Lots of storage underneath, in aluminum. • 19 foot awning. Two outside receptacles on different circuits. • Bed in attic for helper. Aluminum wardrobe 5 feet long 7 feet tall. • 7 foot tall storage closet. • 3 outside flood lights light up x-pens. • Airbags “dump” when parked, lowers truck six inches. • Started using in Jan. 2003. • Never been wrecked. • Never been in commercial truck wash, finish looks brand new.

$50,000 cashiers check fmkennels@gmail.com

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NY Hamburg* (I) KENNEL CLUB OF BUFFALO, INC. The Fairgrounds 5600 McKinley Parkway CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 MB-F Inc., SUPT FEE: $29.00-1st/ $24.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Dr. R. S. Pritchard SPORTING Group: Mr. G. A. Anderson Mr. J. S. Martin: Pntr-GW, Ret-Ches, Ret-Curl, Ret-Flat, Ret-Gold, SetIrsh, Span-Clum, Span-Suss, Vizs, Weim Mr. G. A. Anderson: Balance of Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Mrs. J. A. Penta Mr. J. R. Boozer, III: Bgle, Dach, Eng Fox, Whip Mrs. J. A. Penta: Balance of Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. B. D. Alderman D. Osborn: Akita, Grt Pyr, Newf, Sib Hky Mr. R. Ambrosio: Blk Russn Terrier, Bullm, Cane Corso, Dobe, Dogue de Brdx, Grm Pinscher, St Bern, Sam, Std Schn, Tibtn Mastiff Dr. R. S. Pritchard: Balance of Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. B. D. Alderman Mr. J. S. Martin: Manch Ter Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Am Staff, Bdlgtn, Cesky Terrier, Dandie, Glen Imaal, Min Schn, Norwich Norfolk, Scotti, Sealym, Skye, Wst Highlnd Mr. J. R. Boozer, III: Balance of Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mr. F. J. Washabaugh Mr. J. S. Martin: Toy Manch Mrs. B. D. Alderman: Pom, Pug, Shih Tzu, Pood Toy, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Mr. F. J. Washabaugh: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Dr. G. C. Penta Dr. G. C. Penta: All Non-Sporting Breeds HERDING Group: Mrs. A. Inman Mr. J. R. Boozer, III: Pemb-WC Mrs. A. Inman: Balance of Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mr. R. Ambrosio 256 Dog News

Mr. R. Ambrosio: All Miscellaneous Breeds OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASSES Mrs. N. K. Withers: Nov A, Nov B, Open A, Open B, Util A, Util B Mrs. C. M. Thompson: Begnr Nov A, Begnr Nov B, Grad Novr, Grad Openr, Versatility JR SHOWMANSHIP: D. Osborn TX Sinton (I) CORPUS CHRISTI KENNEL CLUB, INC. San Patricio County Fairgrounds 219 W. 5th St. CLOSES: DECEMBER 28 Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., SUPT FEE: $27.00-1st/ $24.00-2nd Judges And Their Assignments BEST IN SHOW Dr. R. I. Spritzer SPORTING Group: Mrs. L. Boutwell Dr. R. I. Spritzer: All Sporting Breeds HOUND Group: Ms. B. Capstick Dr. R. I. Spritzer: All Hound Breeds WORKING Group: Mrs. M. K. Bryant Mrs. L. Boutwell: All Working Breeds TERRIER Group: Mrs. L. Boutwell Mrs. M. K. Bryant: All Terrier Breeds TOY Group: Mrs. M. K. Bryant Mrs. L. Boutwell: Eng Toy Sp, Peke Mr. D. J. Bussard: Bruss Grif, Chin Cr, I Greyhnd, J Chin, Malt, Shih Tzu, Silky, Toy Fox Terrier, Yorks Ms. B. Capstick: Balance of Toy Breeds NON-SPORTING Group: Ms. B. Capstick Mrs. M. K. Bryant: All Non-Sporting Breeds *No Classes: Bulldog, Fr Bull HERDING Group: Ms. B. Capstick Mrs. M. K. Bryant: All Herding Breeds MISCELLANEOUS Group: Mrs. M. K. Bryant Mrs. M. K. Bryant: All Miscellaneous Breeds JR SHOWMANSHIP: Ms. B. Capstick


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Handler’s Directory Robert A. Fisher Kaki Fisher

Jessy & Roxanne Sutton Professional Dog Handlers

Specializing in Terriers and Working Dogs

Professional Dog Handlers Frakari Kennels 194 Quivey Hill Road/P.O. Box 204 Middle Granville, NY 12849 518.642.9225 KNL • 440.813.6388 c 12.09 kakifisher@earthlink.net 12.11

Jessy artofhandling@hotmail.com phone: 215-778-1253 7.09

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113 Capone Lane Saylorburg, PA 18353

Diana Wilson

Show Dogs Beautifully Presented

303/638-1669 1298 Bluejay Avenue Brighton, CO 80601 Djwoof@aol.com • www.geocities.com/djwoof 4.12

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ERIN NESBITT

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Members PHA & AKC Registered Handlers

ALL BREED PROFESSIONAL HANDLERS

Handler

& Groomer Kennels 2418 Grandview Drive

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9691 Flinn Springs Road El Cajon, CA 92021 (619)443-8250 Fax (619)443-0944 E-mail /Lynda@goldcampspringers.com www.goldcampspringers.com

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AKC Registered Handler

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P.O. Box 330 Tel: (717) 445-9936 1181 Reading Road Fax: (717) 445-0577 Bowmansville, PA 17507 email: elaratierra@aol.com 6.10 6.12 mobile: 717-475-7069

Professional Presentation & Care of Show Dogs A drienne O wen 6849 S hadow R idge P l ace A lta L oma , CA 91701 909-472-5519 adrienne @ newpointkennel . com www 8.09 . newpointkennel . com 7.12

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Office: 760-723-9564 Cell: 626-277-7172 t1saxon@roadrunner.com 1.11

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The American Kennel Club Registered Handlers Program applauds Bryan Martin, Recipient of the 2011 AKC Registered Handler of the Year Award.

Nominated by his peers, and selected by the Field Team of the RHP, Bryan has continuously stepped above and beyond as a member of the Registered Handler Program and in his role as a Regional Representative he embodies the character and professionalism desired in our membership.

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Congratulations to the other worthy nominees submitted by the membership: Angela Lloyd • Gabriel Rangel • Greg Strong • Allison Sunderman For more information on the American Kennel Club’s Registered Handlers Program contact: www.akc.org/handlers handlers@akc.org (919) 816-3884

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Handler’s Directory Doug And Mandy Carlson AKC Registered Handlers Doug 405 370-1447 Mandy 405 826-3884 5.12

8260 McColl Drive W Savage, Minnesota 55378 Phone: 952 890-6010 www.Bluffhighkennel.com

Aaron R. Wilkerson All Breed Professional Handler

Professional Dog Handler Murbe Kennels DHG, PHA & AKC Registered

P.O. Box 867 Wellborn, FL 32094

11293 Dunnigan Road Emmett, Michigan 48022

803 421.9832

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Home 810 384-1844 Fax 810 384-8225 Cell 810 417-0469

E mail: murbe_boxers@msn.com Web site: www.murbeboxers.com

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--ALL BREEDS-Jimmy & Mary Dwyer

www.PRODOGHANDLER.com

407 810-4036

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5540 San Miguel Rd. Bonita, California 91902

Bruce: 951 314-8357 Tara: 951 515-0241

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All dog owners looking for the perfect property in the Greenville S.C. area. Wonderful 3BR/2.5BA home; private location with city convenience. Fenced back yard complete with professional kennels with indoor/outdoor access, private office and extra parking pad with 50 AMP electrical RV hook-up. maryleepate.com 864-414-5001 5.11

Handler/Hobby Kennel Louisville-Cincinnati-Indianapolis Area Over 150 shows annually within 350 miles. Four Bedroom, 3 bath 3,000 sq. ft. Cedar/Rock Home with 16 Mason Fence Indoor-Outdoor Runs. Features include Large Heated Training Room, Feed Room, Grooming Room, Indoor Parking with Electric and Sewer Hookup for up to 42’ Motorhome. Multi Indoor Storage Areas. Large One B/R Townhouse-type Apartment In Kennel Building, plus another full B/R Apt. in Home. All this on 15 Acres with 7 Fenced Grass Paddocks for Dogs to Exercise. Asking $450,000.00, with possible Owner Financing. (812) 689-3274 4.11

Breeders Directory

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