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2014 ANNUAL

TWENTY DOLLARS

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL MAGAZINE

THE WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB


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D 2014 EDITORIAL hen D was ˇrst published as a supplement to DOG NEWS some 23 years ago its emphasis was considerably different than it is today. Certainly mes have radically changed during this period what with the growth and development of social media worldwide to say nothing of the apparent changes in atude among dog owners and dog lovers towards the dog itself. The number of households with dogs is said to vary from 60 million to 78 million American homes, which ˇgures vary depending on the survey or focus group involved. Whatever the number it is a large one and again depending on the apparent move or desire of the reporter or survey is it a growing number of households that have dogs or a declining number of households!!! It is said that the number of homes with purebred dogs runs as high as 15% with fewer than 3% of those purebreds being registered with the American Kennel Club. Again, how accurate these ˇgures are remain in queson but what is not in queson is the fact that the present trend within the United States it is to adopt dogs rather than to purchase them from a breeder. The adopon mantra and the use of shelters rather than breeders has through the years been painted correctly or not with a feel-good altruisc brush while the breeder is looked upon as the evil, capitalisc, hungry money maker. Again, in all too many instances the facts are twisted to meet the needs and/or philosophies of the people involved. Take the shelters and the adopon theories-How many of these organizaons are lile more than unregulated pet shops staying in business by transporng dogs from state to state or imporng inferior product from third world countries? How many work on a supply and proˇt basis when in reality in many instances there is no overpopulaon of dogs factor smulang the service but a desire on the part of

the shelter organizaons and rescue organizaons to stay in business and keep their own personal salaries ˇowing. AKC has failed to make these points public but has for the last several years taken lile if any acon in these areas and has certainly been proacve only when personally aacked. Isnít it me for AKC to change its atude and become more pro-acve about what it accomplishes for the dog than in sing back and leng the rocks be thrown without any adequate responses or replies? Letís face when it comes to the health and welfare of the dog there are few organizaons that are so immediately and closely involved than the AKC. Even when the Board does ridiculous things such as liming donaons to its own Canine Health Foundaon to a matching fund process of new contributors only one cannot forget that AKC has donated millions of dollars to CHF since its incepon promong the health and welfare of the dog both generally and speciˇcally. Similarly it offers an unparalleled pet insurance program, which is virtually ignored by AKC. Its work in the legislave area is probably top of the ˇeld but its support and encouragement of the need to get adequate monies into the PAC Fund seem to be non-existent. That the foundaon has been properly laid cannot be denied but the implementaon of some of its various programs seem to be ˇat and lack planning and proper development. THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 6

ADDITIONALLY the role of the dog has changed so drasƟ cally in society today that it is now considered a member of the family in so many households instead of its original role working alongside man as a hunter, herder or guardian of the family. This major and revoluƟ onary aƫ tudinal change now sees dogs receiving treatments very similar to humans in areas of health and treatment within the home for sure. This giant shiŌ in prioriƟ es is no beƩ er illustrated in legal areas where now more than 70 law schools teach courses in animal law in one form or another. Indeed the courts now are acƟ vely engaged in interpreƟ ng legal relaƟ onships between man as guardian or owner of a dog as opposed to the dog being merely chaƩ el of man. A recent report indicates American spend more than 2 to 3 billion dollars more on their dogs than they do their own children-excluding food of course. This shiŌ in American thinking concerning obligaƟ ons and aƫ tudes towards their dogs-probably to all pets--is both astounding and mind-boggling.

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N A MORE PERSONAL NOTE We are deliriously excited to welcome the Westminster Kennel Club as the cover supporter for D MAGAZINE. This ensures a complete cycle developing between our two operaƟ ons, both of which happily call New York City our home. What with the developments in Agility at Westminster and the conƟ nuing acceptance as Westminster being the most presƟ gious dog event in the world, D is honored to see them on the cover of our Annual magazine.


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A (Dog) Walk In The Park By Dave Frei Continuing its goals to create the best therapy dog program across the country its Chairman Dave Frei takes us for a walk in the park!

72 FREEDOM DOGS

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Heroes For Heroes By Sharon Pˇaumer A war dog tribute that is long overdue!

102 RESULTS OF CAREFUL PLANNING

18 THE YEAR IN REVIEW

2013 AKC/Eukanuba National Championship

By Matthew H. Stander 2013 as seen through the eyes and mind of the writer.

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By Desmond J. Murphy Desi goes on and on about the AENCthereís never too much to say about dog show events for Mr. Murphy and he excels at it in this article for sure.

22 BABBLING

104 AKC/EUKANUBA PHOTO ESSAY

Kissing Contests

By Geir Flyckt-Pedersen The struggles and successes of being a top breeder written by someone who is just that, a top breeder.

By Chet Jezierski Unbeatable photos by the Master himself!

102 126 THE POPE,

26 GYPSYíS DOG

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ST. FRANCIS AND THE PATRON SAINT OF DOGS

By MJ Nelson Who says a conformation dog canít perform, too? Not MJ Nelson!!!

By Sharon Sakson Religion and dogs, go together like milk & cookies .

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Remembering Britainís Greatest Dog Dealer Of All Time

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By Denise Flaim A little history presented by the multi-talented Mrs. Flaim

46 BILL & TINA TRUESDALE

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By Nick Waters What a collection as presented by Nick himself!

140 THE WILLIAM SECORD GALLERY

John Emms, Paintings of The Sporting Life

A Purposeful Life

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130 WILLOUGHBY PUGS

The dog art gallery supreme presents the artist supreme John Emms

By Connie Vanacore A valuable story about two of the most trusted and admired folk in dogs.

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144 2013 AMSTERDAM WINNER SHOW By Yossi Guy A report on one of the top European Shows of the year.

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148 K9S4COPS AND K9S4KIDS

Keeping Communities Safe By Shaun Coen The diverse use of dogs is explored in helping keep communities safe written under the ˇne hand of Shaun Coen.

152 THE 100 CLUB

By Matthew H. Stander An unheard of FOUR new additions to the Century Club in 2013.

196 KROMALIFE STYLE OF PAINTING

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By Matthew H. Stander Mesmerizing, fabulous paintings of dog breeds.

156 THE DOG NEWS TOP TEN LIST Final 2013 Year End Stats

166 THE DOG NEWS TOP TEN BEST OF BREED LIST Final 2013 Year End Stats

271/273 HANDLERíS DIRECTORY Stanley R. Harris Publisher

Eugene Z. Zaphiris Editor-In-Chief

Sean Kevin Gaffney: Creative Director

Matthew H. Stander Editor

Shaun Coen Associate Editor

York Christopher King Adv. Manager

D - The Dog News Annual Magazine is published once a year by Harris Publications, Inc. 1115 Broadway, New York, New York 10010. Single copy price: $20.00. Submissions of manuscripts, illustrations and/or photographs must be accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope. The publisher assumes no responsibility for unsolicited material. Copyright 2014 by Harris Publications, Inc. All rights reserved under International and Pan American Copyright Conventions. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission of the publisher is strictly prohibited. Printed in the U.S.A. The Editor reserves the right to edit all material submitted for publication.

SPECIAL SECTION N 51 TRIBUTE TO TAKE THE LEADíS 20TH ANNIVERSARY 52 Words From Trustee and Founders by Pat Laurans, Thomas H. Bradley, III, Jeffery Pepper, Cindy Vogels, Dottie Collier

54 Te Inaugural Take Te Lead Event by Eric Steel

56 From Te Days o Small Beginnings Interviews with Thomas H. Bradley, III and Edd E. Bivin by Karl M. Stearns

58 Take Te Lead Invitations Through The Years

60 How Can I Help? 62 Take Te Lead Tetimonials by Larry Cornelius, Lou & Adelene Pardo, Cathy De La Garza, Cathy Jahelka, Christina Freitag, Janet Maas, Julie Seaton, Sue Klinckhardt-Gardner, Mark Lucas, Phyllis Wright, Paul Watson

64 A Conversation with Pamela Beale Chairwoman of Take The Lead by Karl M. Stearns

66 Take Te Lead At Bannerdown Farm by Larry Cornelius and Marcelo Veras

68 Take Te Lead’s Board oTrustee Original and Current


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A (Dog) Walk In The Park There were more than 100 dogs and their people on hand and they called it a dog walk. Many of them did indeed walk, but a lot of them just hung out for the festivities on the promenade at the Second Annual Ronald McDonald House Family Fun Dog Walk held at Carl Schurz Park in New York City on Sept. 21. If they walked or rode in a stroller or a wagon on the course, they would have partaken in a scenic route past Gracie Mansion (the Mayor’s of cial residence located in the Park), past the park’s two dog runs and along the East River on the esplanade over the FDR Drive. NBC’s Cat Greenleaf (“Talk Stoop” on NY Taxi TV and more) and David Frei (voice of the Westminster Kennel Club and the National Dog Show) were the cohosts for the walk, a fundraiser for the House and its Angel On A Leash therapy dog program.

“Jeanie’s Angels” Memorial

Angel On A Leash was honored recently as the bene ciary of donations in memory of Jean M. Fried of Oyster Bay, NY, to be used to establish a scholarship program for therapy dog classes and registration. Jeanie’s family said that before her passing she told them that she wanted to ask for donations to support the Angel On A Leash program as a way to thank the therapy dog that visited her at Memorial Sloan Kettering, Angel, and her human partner, David Frei, Angel On A Leash founder.

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One of the de ning moments of being a O ssuperstar is to have a bobblehead likeness ccreated in one’s image. If there is a superstar iin n recent years in the dog show world, U Uno certainly ts. Thanks to the support o of Purina Pro Plan and of Caroline Dowell, U Uno’s owner, the 2008 Westminster winner has had a bobblehead doll created in his likeness to be sold for charitable support of Angel On A Leash. The doll will be unveiled and sold in the Angel booth at Westminster, along with his paw print and bio on an accompanying card.

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THE YEAR IN REVIEW BY MATTHEW H. STANDER Since 1987 The Year in Review article written by the author has recorded the happenings within the dog world and the sport of the dog on an annual basis. David Merriam, a past Chairman of the Board of the American Kennel Club, has stated this is the only continuous record keeping about our sport generally and the AKC specifically which exists and should be transcribed into book form. What a complimentary thing to say I thought but in all fairness David’s statement must be tempered with the caveat that these accounts are recorded as seen through my eyes and really represent more of an opinion piece than a 100% accurate historical account of what has happened each year.

JANUARY

DOG NEWS publishes its onethousandth four-hundred and fifty second issue of consecutive weekly publication as it enters its 29th year of weekly publication!!... German Wirehaired Pointer wins closely fought Dog of the Year Award under the guidance of Phil Booth and the exhibit’s owner Victor Malzoni, Jr....AKC/CAR and the money owed to it by Hunte Corporation questioned in DOG NEWS editorial...Flying of show dogs as alleged service dogs condemned as neither Board, Delegates or Staff have taken a stand or even discussed publicly the issue...Letter writing to gain approval for new breeds by outsiders to Judges Approval Committee continues basically unexplained...Racing round countryside for points in ranking systems needs AKC direction...Largest entry in 15 years announced by Westminster as show adds class competition and is to be divided between daytime

competition at the Piers and Group competition at night at the Garden...Predictions that Delegate Committees to be more active than ever are forecast...Barbara Alderman announced as BIS Judge for the AENC National Championship...Heart of America dedicates show to the late Judith Gooden...Board holds special meeting concerning Registration declines with no announcement forthcoming as to what was discussed... Buying of breeds for $25 offered to foreign judges with a key breed scheme developing for them for Group judging as well...AKC Pet Insurance grows as credit card business declines...AKC’s Legislative Department tracked 1,500 pieces of federal, state and local legislative laws concerning the dog--a record number...JRC attacked pretty hard by the Penta Judges Org... Smith Committee defended in many a circle...Top Dog in Canada is Black Cocker Spaniel...Nine of the top ten dogs all-breed for 2012 were American bred dogs...In 2006 Board asked Staff to come up with new ideas for top dog ranking systems-nothing ever developed to try and lessen flying of dogs around on weekends...Judges commenting on Facebook about their CONTINUED ON PAGE 30

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BABBLING: KISSING CONTESTS? And a little more about breed type definitions... BY GEIR FLYCKT-PEDERSEN I DON’T KNOW ANYTHING about growing up in the US, but for sure, in my hometown of Bergen, Norway, during our pre-and early teens, kissing contests were part of life! The rules were simple: Stay connected as long as possible, breath only through your nose, but the main objective: If you blinked you were disqualified. And the penalty had to do with something that involved a part of the Galaxy! I think the Moon! If you won, without fainting, great, but I cannot remember the prize… Well, this useless information about highclass Norwegian rituals has of course no relevance to the kissing contests I am thinking of: It has irritated me somewhat lately is that it has become a trend or in fashion for the Best in Show judges to embrace and – or at least- kiss his or her winner! So very cute and charming, but in my opinion so very unnecessary. I just wonder if this is a tactical game by handlers attempting to charm judges as well as the public? In today’s world it is all about creating images and building relationships. In some cases I am even worried about which bugs the poor dogs might pick up…But seriously: The Dog Papers in which these photos appear are definitely oriented towards the “professionals” be it judges, handlers or “professional owner handlers “ and I think what we are all interested in watching, are photos of beautiful, well behaved dogs. Looking spectacular and simply prove that they deserved their win. Charm photos belong in a different kind of publications meant for the world of regular pet owners. I happen to be one of those who go through every dog magazine I receive, mainly looking at pictures from which I think we can learn a lot. But also at times come across very interesting and informative articles written by experienced dog people. Wonderful! It has annoyed me for so long that publications like the Kennel Club’s Gazette (UK) and other European KC’s publications

use worthless pictures or photos on their cover as well as for illustrations. If you had seen many of the photos used in some papers as part of breed descriptions, you might have lost your sleep. I think every illustration or photo used in these “professional” dog magazines should be selected with the purpose of educating the general public – and in some cases even the judges! But back to kissing: Many moons ago I was showing one of our Norfolk Terriers in the group at the Stockholm show. He was in the running for Top Terrier so this show was important. The British lady judging the group examining him on the table, bent over him, looked him in the eye saying: You’re so cute! (Meaning the dog of course…) He got so excited he wanted to lick her face, launching forward trying to lick her nose, but by accident I happened to squeeze the little mouse in my pocket that the dog had tried to kill for over a year. He thought the sound came from her so overreacted a little, she thought he wanted to bite her. She jumped up as if

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having trod on a landmine- and in shock excused the poor darling! From the ringside it must have looked like a very embarrassing incident. So no Top Terrier for the Norfolk. A shame as that would have been a first ever for the breed in Sweden, but such is life. So my conclusion is: No kissing before, during or after judging. And that applies to handlers as well as the dogs…well at least in the ring! Whatever you do later on: Just be discreet! Must confess that I, whenever judging, normally start a conversation with the dogs, not the owners, as I think even I would be scared if some strange person approached me, staring intensely and then started “manhandling” me …without saying a word. But no kissing. As long as “at work” stick to your routine and try to look professional… A never-ending subject in this world of ours will always be breed type and this becomes more of an issue if you judge the same breed on different continents and forget to adjust to the local variety. When I was very young some of our neighbors who were keen huntsmen and normally used to hunt with Setters or Pointers decided to import a few Brittanys from the US. The type and look of those imports and their offspring set the picture in my mind of what the breed was supposed to look like. The breed was not commonly seen at shows in Scandinavia for years and when I started judging a lot CONTINUED ON PAGE 86


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GYPSY’S DOG The Chinese Crested

BY M.J. NELSON

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n the 1930s during the Great Depression, any sort of entertainment that offered a distraction from the grim realities of life was welcome. For the people of New York City, hard hit by the stock market crash in 1929, Minsky’s Burlesque offered a rare form of escapism as few could afford to attend expensive Broadway shows yet many craved entertainment. For several years during the depths of the Depression, the star performer at Minsky’s was the famed stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. But Lee, in contrast to her often racy and risque public personna, had a serious side. In addition to being an author of several novels and one autobiography that eventually became the basis for the musical “Gypsy,” she was a serious lover and breeder of Chinese Cresteds. Along with Ida Garrett and Debra Woods, she had a major influence on the development of the breed in the United States. Indeed, to this day, many Crested breeders all over the world trace the ancestry of their dogs to Woods’ and Lee’s bloodlines. However, despite its name, exactly where the breed itself originated is anybody’s guess.

Moby (Int’l Ch Ch Gemstone’s Wudnshu Polaris CD RAE AX AXJ OF NAP NJP CGC THD UCD PJ1 PR1 PS1 CL3-R CL4-H CL3-F TD Inc.), another of the Cicones’ Cresteds, demonstrates that the powderpuff variety is just The breed appears in Chinese written hisas athletic as tory as far back as the 13th century. But a type the hairless. of hairless dog existed in many ports of call that Chinese seamen and traders visited. British, French and Portuguese sailors found hairless dogs in various parts of Africa and Asia during the 1700s. Spanish explorers found a type of hairless dog in Mexico and Central and South America during the 1500s. The conquistadors called this hairless breed the Xoloitzcintli. In Booh (Ciother parts of the world, what ultimately benondra N came the Chinese Crested was called Pyramid Gemstone’s Bat Out of or Giza Hairless in Egypt, Japanese Hairless, Hell OA AXJ Mexican Crested and South African Hairless. CGC CL30R While there is no irrefutable historical evidence CL2-H CL2that the breed actually originated in China, S CL2-F), breeders at that time settled on the name Chione of Dick nese Crested because of the belief that there and Susan were no dogs native to the Americas and all Cicone’s dogs found in North and South America were Chinese simply imported from Asia. The name stuck deCresteds, spite modern archeological and genetic finddoes a jump on ings which have debunked that theory. an agility The breed is often described as a prancing course. CONTINUED ON PAGE 90

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Silver GCH. JTĂ­S KAYCEES PHOENIX OF TAM-BOER MLD

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decisions decried by many...As TKC in UK develops two locations--one in London--the other outside London for its operations, questions arise about New York and NC offices...Has the judging of dogs become more important than the breeding of dogs is latest question being raised...Chicken jerky treats from China recalled as AKC’s role in this issue is raised...Still no word if AKC got the $300,000 it was owed by Hunte or was the debt forgiven??? Roz Kramer to ask Annual Board Questionnaire this year... AVMA celebrates with year-long events its 150th Anniversary...Steep decline in puppy mill production in Missouri due to passage of CCPA said to have major impact on Hunte as well...How does AKC handle the “Adopt Don’t Buy” issue is major DN editorial which concludes they ignore it instead of facing it heads-on...Jim Stevens, former CFO of AKC, is singled out by Ronnie Irving for his original thesis which supports AKC staying in NYC,,,China and US Veterinary collaboration established...Dogs detecting early stages of cancer in humans with high rate of accuracy documented in DN...America’s first pet cemetery reported on...PETA called to task for lumping third world countries and more developed countries as one in fighting dog survival...Two vets elected to House seats in the US Congress--one from Gainsville, Florida, Dr. Yoho, the other from Canby, Oregon, Dr. Schrader. In home hospice service developing business for vets…Eastern to move from Boston to Springfield... AKC Customer Service department

handles over 400,000 calls a year...AKC’s CHF to campaign against Bloat with substantial gifts from many Parent Clubs... Edd Bivin awards Best at the internationally acclaimed Sabaneev Memorial Show in Moscow...

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AENC aired on TV Super Bowl weekend to huge ratings... Show goers eagerly await to see how dual venues work out for Westminster...February designated “pet dental month” for the dog...How to handle judges who are physically and mentally impaired raised again...OFA and CERF debate continues…BITE OF THE APPLE hits the stands... BSL encouraged by Boston’s mayor who is reported to be aggressively dog unfriendly... Now Hartz Mountain recalls chicken jerky treats from China as AKC remains silent about its role in the matter...There are so many reasons to register your dog with AKC rather than other registries which AKC seems to ignore publicizing...MY DOG CAN DO THIS extremely popular at shows as a means to get John Q Public involved...BABBLING articles go to the very heart of the sport as Geir Flyckt-Pederson bi-weekly calls

to our attention the nuances faced by breeders and exhibitors alike...Snowstorm causes theatre party and after dinner event at 21 to appear magical though difficult to travel in...Affenpinscher owned by the Truesdales and shown by Ernesto Lara wins at the newly revitalized and happily accepted Piers and Garden venues...Class OES awarded Reserve Best...New advancement system for judges under fire for being too selective although many rise to its defense...94 of the top dogs listed in the top 100 All-Breed System feed Purina...Show Ribbon Recycling Charity expanded to dog shows by Texas exhibitor...2013 Dog News Director’s Questionnaire hailed as a must read in deciding for whom to vote in March election...TKC to get new home in London as 12 million pounds passes hands...NY Times attacks on Westminster and AKC derided throughout the American dog world as being biased and inaccurate… Piers and Garden venues praised by all as more than 15,000 people head for Piers alone both days...NAIA speaks out against national media attacks on the dog and the sport...Wall Street Journal article praises DOG NEWS as “giving dogs their days”... AKC to hire social media expert in hopes of reversing tide and getting people to think more favorably about the org...Reverberations concerning NY TIMES attack continue as most within Fancy are outraged...Are the small entry CONTINUED ON PAGE 34

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breeds being treated as second class citizens by AKC’s Board is question raised over and over again...AKC responds to criticism of its reaction to NY Times with detailed article in DOG NEWS by Jim Crowley, Alan Kalter and Dennis Sprung claiming its basically a case of misguided opinions versus the real facts...When to and at what age special an exhibit is raised...WFT Sky starts year off as Number One Dog for 2013...Tufts Vet School opens animal obesity clinic in response to the estimated 88.4 million over weight pets...

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Delegate vote in March to change By-laws and permit Agility Clubs to become Member Clubs is called the most far-reaching vote since Delegates admitted women to become Delegates decades ago...A complimentary plan to develop a reconfigured Delegate Body is called for but ignored as were the calls for preparing for the future prior to the Registration debacles began and were ignored... CFO reports AKC registered 5% fewer litters in 2012 than 2011 and 7% fewer individual dogs...In real numbers this could mean fewer than 500,000 dogs registered annually...Centralization of show sites cited as possible reason for decline in registrations...Crufts won by PGBV over 20,000 entrants during 4-day stint at NEC with the largest of foreign dogs ever entered topped by 2,000 plus dogs...146,000 paying spectators attend event...February Board Minutes called the least forthright ever seen as Board continues practice of secrecy and subterfuge with the Fancy instead of

openness and honesty...Will Delegates pass a reduction in Meetings from 3 to 4--unlikely is the general feeling...Rapid advancement of certain judges and the quality of the breed seminars for judges under heavy discussion...Showing dogs in Cuba discussed in DN...DNA technology points out the owners who do not pick up after their dogs…Dog food recalls abound through country as FDA does little to help with the problem...Lack of financial information of any sort in Board Minutes heavily criticized...Board shift from relying on Staff input to Delegate Committee input noted...Kalter’s capitulation to Delegate Committees request for Staff help yet another example of shifts in power bases-Some in Fancy call for change in Board Chairmanship after the elections...Hiring of social media expert is intended to have an impact on registration and marketing--will it is the question being asked... Delegate Show Rules Committee push for electronic premium lists and dateless ribbons as a means to save show giving clubs monies... Shelter medicine introduced at Vet Schools due to high rate of adoptions and diseases connected thereto...Proxy votes for Delegates and Board Members debated...PUPS bill reintroduced in Congress THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 34

with AKC adamantly opposed to some of the language... Bonhams Westminster annual dog art sale at Westminster sets a “World Record” in bidding...IKC hailed as one of the modern miracles of dog show giving... Kalter overwhelmingly elected to Board as are Arnold and Ashby re-seated while Wooding elected as first time runner and a Delegate for only 6 months... Kalter is also elected Board Chair promising a more forceful and progressive leadership... Delegates vote to change ByLaws and permit Agility Clubs to become Member Clubs which opens the door to the possibility of these Clubs running AKC…No plan offered nor discussed relative to reconfiguration of the Delegate Body...New AKC/CHF Bloat Study hailed...Another call for health Regulations of Imported dogs is made... Debarking of dogs continues to be legislatively battled cross the Nation...Colorado Federation of Dogs hosts event with its Legislators to promote the importance of the purebred dog...Annual election of four primary staff officers takes place instead of in April-why is this voted upon annually anyways one must ask...Four stars from Charity Navigator for AKC/CHF as PETA barely ekes out 2 stars as it continues to euthanize the majority of the dogs it takes in at its own shelter... Delegate Minutes much more CONTINUED ON PAGE 42


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REMEMBERING G R E AT E S T DOG DEALER OF ALL TIME BY

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hose industrious, perennially fiddling Victorians gave us a huge swath of modern contrivances that today we take for granted. Bicycles, Christmas cards, postage stamps, concrete, sewing machines, Morse code, skyscrapers, comic books, subways, rubber tires ‌ the list goes on and on. And in Great Britain, 19th-Century tinkerers also innovated when it came to flesh and fur, creating and codifying dozens upon dozens of dog breeds that thrive even to the present day. But as any inventor knows, prototypes are an iffy business. First attempts at even the most brilliant ideas are almost always crude and halting; perfection demands practice and paTHE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 38


ti tience. Mostt off th M the titime, it’ it’s b bestt not to see how the sausage is made. But in 19th-Century London, there was a place where one could see dog history unfold, and breeds evolve – in a working-class, canal-side district dubbed Kensal New Town. “The dwellings themselves are afflicted with all the disorders that houseflesh is heir to,” intoned Hallberger’s Illustrated Magazine in an 1876 article, a description that could just as easily apply to a distemperate dog as ramshackle houses. “They are, for the most part, terribly out of the perpendicular, suffering from affectations of the spine, broken ribs, and swellings about the knees. Skin disease is also prevalent,

large patches of plaster having peeled off here and there, and communicated a generally mangy look to the lopsided tenements.” But there was a stand-out amid these “unpromising habitations,” a freshly painted, “cozy” little abode. This was the “Canine Castle,” and its lord and master was “Old” Bill George, who valued that prefix not because of his 70 or so years, but rather “as an indication of the affection in which he is held by dogs and men.” And that affection was outsized, to CONTINUED ON PAGE 98

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National Specialty Winning Multiple Best In Show, Multiple Specialty Best In Show

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Dam: Multiple Best In Show , Multiple Specialty Best In Show Ch. Thaon’s Travertine

“Wally” ends 2013 winning Best of Breed at the Eukanuba Invitational and on to a Group Second over many of the Nation’s Top Hounds. Thank you Dr. Robert A. Indeglia and Mr. Frank Sabella respectively.

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“Wally” begins 2014 winning Best of Breed and Group First at the Inland Empire Hound Show, one of the largest, if not the largest, Hound events of the year. Our appreciation to Dr. Kenneth H. Levison and Mrs. Patricia Ulloa

FLASH: s all Wally win eeds of Br Five Best lassic se City C han at the Ro e rst Afg th g in d lu inc of 2014! Specialty a on to win He went ird and Group Th k to Back by Bac followed sts!!! Group Fir Owners: Thaon, REG. JW and Debbie Rogers dafrogers@aol.com, Jae and Beverly Moore Stellaboxer@hotmail.com

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complete and detailed than are Board Minutes... Confusion lingers relative to the Amateur Owner Handler Class as to who may or may not participate...Docked dogs may be exhibited in the UK so long as no fee for entry to spectators is charged-the Windsor KC has instituted just that idea...More multigroup judges to be developed under yet another new system…Veterinary costs skyrocket as industry expands health care to areas hardly touched before...Need for pet insurance even more necessary than before...Interstate puppy sales questioned as are imports from Eastern bloc...AKC Agility National Championship hailed as great success...

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An idea to hold all Board elections every four years instead of annual Class elections proposed... AENC now to be six straight days with Friday a day for Specialties and All-Breeds beginning on Tuesday...When is enough enough for the dogs

people ask,,,US Supreme Court limits use of drug sniffing dogs... Specialty Breeds versus breeds which compete at All-Breed Shows analyzed...Changes within breedsare they for fashion or function??? Adverse effect of prescription pills on dogs debated...AKC GoodDog hotline offers help in teaching new dog owners basic good manners and obedience...Reliance on Delegate Committees grows more widespread as individual parent clubs seem to forsake these obligations...AKC adding Staff jobs in NC...Hunte debt seemingly pushed under table by Board...AKC accused of being outmaneuvered by animal rightists in public relations areas...New dates for Board meetings introduced by Alan Kalter...Question asked as to which existing dog breeding concepts AKC and TKC (UK) should be continued and which thrown out...American Animal Hospital Association looks to increase Veterinary Care Costs by $350 Million Annually as veterinary overall costs increase tremendously... Turmoil at ASPCA as new leader becomes harder to find and Court rules against ACPCA and HSUS in Ringling Brothers lawsuit...So far in 2013 FDA has issued 13 dog food recalls...AKC remains silent about the chicken jerky treats it has lent its name to for national distribution...Idea for individual memberships as a source of income for AKC continues to be pushed... Ever changing judging approval

process bemoaned nationally...Heelwork to Music presentations are pushed as means to get spectators to shows and earn income for the shows at the same time...Bomb sniffing dogs hailed in Boston Marathon tragedy...Wire Sky continues lead as Number One Dog All-Breed...Networking for assignments decried as is the Board’s monthly stipend of $1,200 each questioned again and again...Young Kennel Club in UK art competition in fifth year now...Biogas Digester converts dog waste into a methane that fueled lamppost in dog park in Cambridge, Mass...AKC’s Government Relations department continues to get the highest of marks...Sir John Spurling, Chairman of the London Marathon and founder of AKC’s Pet Insurance Company Pet Partners, had contributed to the Boston Marathon $150,000 to show the support of the UK in that matter...Crufts winner will walk 130 miles for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity...

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In decision roundly deplored Board unanimously established “masking procedure” as well as new Judges Review Committee rules and regulations...Board without comment passes on to Delegates proposal that no future Board Member may have been an employee of AKC--typical of Kalter Board not to take a stand...Betty Leininger is named Westminster BIS Judge for 2014...As World Show in Hungary nears Dog News prints helpful tips for navigating Budapest...Today Show Fiasco hits AKC hard...Uproar in many circles over Judges approvals instituted by Board...World Dog Show attracts 18,000 CONTINUED ON PAGE 48

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Multiple Best In Specialty Show

*The Dog News Top Ten List - Breed points

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Tina, Ernesto and Joey

Bill and Tina

Ch. Hi-Tech’s Arbitrage handled by Kim Pastella

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r. William Truesdale is a veterinarian with a specialty in small animal reproduction. He grew up in Oak Park, Michigan, where his rst job as a teenager was as a kennel assistant at the famous Salilyn Kennels of English Springer Spaniels. He got his training under the tutelage of Dr. Fred Gasow, a veterinarian and the husband of Julia Gasow, owner/ breeder of Salylin English Springer Spaniels. Dr. Truesdale found his calling as a veterinarian there, and he proceeded to graduate from Michigan State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1972. His family was interested in CONTINUED ON PAGE 243

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entries...FCI President Hans Mueller to retire at World Show... Rafael de Santiago from Puerto Rico elected to that position after some heavy challenges... PCA won by Standard Poodle C. Adelph American Idol... AKC’s Annual Report accused of using misleading language in explaining financial position... AHA finds that 10% of adopted dogs returned within a one year period of time...A bill in North Carolina, home of AKC’s other office, requires all dog owners to take a class from HSUS--what does that say about North Carolina?...UCDavis Veterinary School opens new $58.5 million research building...According to AVMA the state with largest number of dog owners is Arkansas and the one with the largest number of pet owners is Vermont...30 all-breed shows scheduled for Memorial Day weekend...Old English wins World Dog Show event-next show in Helsinki in August 2014... HSUS called on carpet again as its failure to give monies to local shelters becomes more acknowledged...AKC/CHF and Golden Retriever Foundation partner in funding $1.5 million in cancer research grants...Tax breaks for HSUS challenged...Texas court rules “pets are property” and disallow award for emotional loss of a pet incorrectly euthanizedmore to come on that for sure... BSL from Mass to the Bayou... Patty Haines, former Board Mem-

ber, elected President of Ohio Veterinary Association...American Boxer Club singled out as largest single breed club donor to AKC/CHF with total contributions of $800,000...

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AKC accused of being arrogant by holding MEET THE BREEDS same day as shows being held 30 miles away from NYC...No judging approvals for three months due to resignation of JRC member...Where is Board Leadership in these matters??? FCI finally ends awarding of CACIBS in countries other than home country...Passing of former Board Chair Bob Berndt shocks dog world...Skill in judging versus handing out of ribbons distinguished by most but the Board...Friendship in judging-how far does it go or should it go??? How far should kennel clubs go in dealing with non purebred dogs is hot question to discuss...Dryland racing called one of dogdom’s most thrilling events...Connecticut puts into effect law prohibiting municipalities from passing BSL joining Rhode Island and North Carolina...AKCCAR announces grants of over $400,000 primarily for K-9 Search and Rescue operations...This is 20th Anniversary Year for Take the Lead... AKC responds to fall out of pr debacles by hiring new pr firm The Edelman Group... Delegates defeat proposal to prevent former employees from sitting on Board... Belgian government considering holding breeders responsible for aggressive dogs--have you ever....AKCCAR praised for support in Oklahoma tornadoes...Inspector General to review IRS handling HSUS... London Jewelers singles out as supporting adoption dogs only and not purebreds CONTINUED ON PAGE 50

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at all...Revote on masking went from unanimous two months ago to an 6 to 4 vote still in favor...JRC revamped and will be sort of “masked” as well...Garvin Task force Committee to be named to look into the entire judging approval process--again--...Registrations continue down slide...New JRC to be a pool of 12 people who rotate and may apply for new breeds so long as they are not in the pool in which they serve...Beijing enforcement of a ban on large sized breeds causes fear and problems for owners...Spay-neuter controversy continues relative to when and at what age...John Shoemaker steps up and reports on Delegate Committee Meetings...Another week another dog food recall…JRC letters sent three months late to Judges telling them of breeds awarded....

JULY

20,766 champions made up in USA in 2012 while in the UK 996 British champions were made up in the same year...NYTimes bangs ASPCA...Judges written critiques--just how worthwhile are they?...How much is AKC paying new pr firm as compared to old one is asked...Dogs used as ‘counselors’ to help heal hearts in Newton, CT...Woofstock hailed once again as outstanding California show... CKC Board of Directors direct that Bulldogs and Basset Hounds be judged on a ramp... Ronnie Irving to adjudicate BIS at Crufts 2015...Now PETA takes it on chin from NYTimes relative to the numbers of dogs its own shelter euthanizes...Attracting young people into the sport of showing and breeding dogs

major problem today...13 Breeds officially banned in Denmark with 12 more on the line...Under new social media director AKC now has 500,000 fans on Facebook-how to take to the bank is new question which has arisen...DOGTV as an accompanier for the dog left alone supported by HSUS but questioned nationally by dog owners...The expanding Shelter Industry and some attempts to regulate it...Not only are applicants for new or additional breeds to be masked but the members who sit on the JRC and rotate positions are to be unknown as well while Invitations for advancements to judge are put on hold...Nestle Purina acquires Petfinder, the largest canine pet adoption site on Internet...Are AKC Judges really the best in the world as statement by Board Director roils many... Judges Task Force Committee finally established...Dog News and AKC take strong stands against FCI’s World Show being held in Moscow due to recently enacted Russian laws against foreigners who support homosexuals...New study at UCDavis concludes pure and cross breeds at equal risk insofar as inherited diseases are concerned…Nominating Committee for March 2014 named by Board-here we go again...Conditioning of dogs stressed... Wire’s lead narrows as PWD closes gap point ways in race for Number One Dog... Reliant World Series of Dog Shows hailed as ideal place for AKC to hold another Meet the Breeds...A Dog News first as we Interview new COO Daryl Hendricks... Electric Shock Collars debated and condemned by many... CONTINUED ON PAGE 74

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TAKE THE LEAD

Words from Trustees & Founders... And So It Began by Pat Laurans ake the Lead began in 1993 when Ellen Weiss called several individuals to talk about the need to have an organization that would help people in our dog community who were struggling with AIDS. She called me and asked if I would be part of a startup group and I said yes. She then asked if I would chair the effort. I indicated that I had so much on my plate that I didn’t have time to lead it, but that I would be happy to be part it. Unbeknownst to me, she had already called Tom Bradley, and asked him to chair the effort. He had given her much the same answer. Following our conversation she called Tom back and said, “Pat said she would do it if you will.” Tom said he would, and then she called me back and said, “Tom said he would do it if you would.” ---I said I would ...and so it began..... with a little white lie. The founders of this organization were: Tom Bradley, Dottie Collier, Michael Larizza, Pat Laurans, Jeff Pepper, Eric Steel and Ellen Weiss. This group got the organization going. They appointed the first board of trustees which included the aforementioned individuals and Nancy Campbell, Tim Catterson, Jim Holt, Fran Sunseri and Wood Wornall. On Thursday, September the ninth, 1993 the night before the Tuxedo Kennel Club dog show we held our first fundraiser at the Tarrytown Hilton Hotel. More than 250 people from around the country came together for our Premiere Event. As Eric Steel wrote for an article in Dog News “it was an incredible evening, a gathering of committed friends, an awakening of spirit,

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testimony to what an impressive family all of us in the sport of dogs belong to.” The evening was fanciful and fun (especially our sing along) fantastic and fruitful (we raised over $35,000.) and we were exhilarated. The event also put us on notice that this was a really important occasion ...that the support was really there ....that the need was really there...and that we needed to get really serious and GET TO WORK... and we did! That was the beginning and now 20 years later we still are amazed and gratified that so many individuals and clubs continue to rally behind the organization. We realize that this is because of the commitment and diversity of our group. To quote Eric’s article again “our greatest resource is our supporters. We are doctors, designers, bakers, builders, salesmen, secretaries, magicians and miracle workers.” It is wonderful that 20 years later Take the Lead has almost 2500 members. Looking back, I am so very thankful and honored to have been a part of Take the Lead. This is an organization of volunteers. Its mission and its good works have transcended each of us individually.... it is all about giving and it is totally without ego. I can truthfully say it is the most important thing I have been involved with in my 50 plus years in the sport of dogs. I love Take the Lead ....and to all of you who support it I can only say “thank you.” THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 52

How Did We Get Here & Who Qualifies? By Thomas H. Bradley, III

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ow did we get here is the most frequently asked question, next to “who qualifies?”, that is! How we got here is fairly straightforward. 1000’s of volunteer hours performed on our behalf by our Board of Trustees, our dog community in general, and our generous financial donors. We would be nowhere without them. It’s as simple as that. Who qualifies is simple- too “Anyone who has participated in the sport of dogs for five years or more and who is suffering from a terminal or life-threatening illness.” That’s it. Quick and simple!! Just to be clear, does this includeExhibitors?- Yes Breeders?- Yes Judges?- Yes Photographers?- Yes Superintendents- Yes Vendors?- Yes Stewards?- Yes Easterners?- Yes Westerners?-Yes All those who live in between?- Yes Others? Yes, I’m sure that there are but the best way is to call our office and ask. How does it work?- Again, it’s Simple. There is an application online AT WWW.TAKETHELEAD. ORG or from our office at 1-800-814-1123. The application must be completed and sent to us. It is then sent to the 3 members of the Assistance Committee. No, we don’t tell who they are and you will never hear from them that you have made an application. It’s STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. Period. The application includes a space for you to tell us what are your most pressing needs and expenses. The Committee reviews this and decides


what, where and how much we can help with. We can’t buy you a new car and we can’t buy you a new house…but, we can help you with paying your day to day living and medical expenses. The application includes a request for a copy of your last IRS filing and a short note from your doctor with a diagnosis and prognosis. The Committee works fast when needed to. An answer from the Committee and some bills can be paid within 24 hours. We do NOT pay you directly, but pay bills for you that are approved by the Committee. In other words, there is a paper trail process that needs to happen. The Committee approves certain bills to be paid for you- usually for a 3-4 month period of time and you must submit these specific bills to the office. As an example- we can pay utility bills, mortgages, rent, insurance, some reasonable medical bills, car payments, etc.- your day to day living expenses. It is difficult for us to pay grocery bills, automobile gas bills, etc. The approved bills are then paid (We do not pay late charges!!) and you will receive a statement at the end of each month showing what exactly has been paid on your behalf. At the end of your approved time period, you may also ask for an extension and, once again, the Committee will ask for a doctor’s letter regarding your condition and prognosis. The whole process is truly quite simple. It’s guaranteed to be CONFIDENTIAL. The biggest hurdle is getting you to ask. We understand the word PRIDE. We know it hurts to ask for help. We understand that you have gone through your savings, help from your friends and family and we are aware that you are many times at your wit’s end. Please, and I repeat PLEASE, don’t wait until you are in this position. We can’t solve all of your problems but we can help and we will. It’s what we do. And, we can do this because in many ways, we are a family too. The funds that we distribute have come from within the sport itself. Your friends have made gifts and donations because they understand that things, at times, can be hard. You, yourself, may have made donations in the past. That’s great if you have. We are here to help you financially and, I need to say this because I have been asked this question many times, you are never expected to repay. This is not a loan. It is a gift from us and the fancy who are your friends. IT’S AS SIMPLE AS THAT.

Take The Lead: The Very Beginning By Jeffrey Pepper

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ometime in the late Spring of 1993, it might have been in May or June, I received a phone call from Ellen Weiss and Mike Larizza telling me about an organization they were trying to set up that would help people in dogs who were ill. Ellen wanted to know if I’d be the Treasurer. I wasn’t sure I had the time, but was cajoled until I agreed. As I remember, Pat Laurans and Tom Bradley were also involved at this point. Things moved quickly. Michael’s uncle agreed to be our Accountant and was instrumental in taking care of most the legal work as well. Incorporation papers for Take The Lead were filed in short order and almost immediately afterward, papers where filed with IRS seeking 501 (c)3 status as a non-profit Charity. Papers were also filed with New York State to register TTL as a charity in the state. Plans were made for a first fund raising event in September. Just like that, we went from an idea to a work in progress. The very first fundraiser was a big undertaking, held at the Tarrytown Hilton just down the road from the historical landmark site of the Westchester Kennel Club show in Tarrytown, NY. I remember a big discussion about where to place the piano so that people could sing along and enjoy. We were thrilled with the number of people who came. I believe it was Michael who came up with the idea of giving a small white pin with a red leash logo and our name on it to each person attending the event, as a token of appreciation for their support. The next day at the show, to our surprise, there were a lot of people walking around with our pin on their lapel, showing support for our fledgling organization. We had a table where pins were sold to those who had not attended the party the night before. And a tradition began. Along with the widespread encouragement shown that Sunday, about $35,000 was raised and we were in business. Now, we all had to learn just how to create and run a function-

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ing charitable organization. Several more people were added to fill out the starting Board of Trustees. Elections were held and Tom Bradley was elected as Chairman of the Board, Pat Laurans and Dorothy Collier as Vice Chairmen, Nancy Campbell as Secretary and myself as Treasurer. We were all volunteers, learning our way. And so we began. In what seemed like a very short period of time, I had to learn how to run a charity’s books and office. Much more complicated than running the financial aspects of a club or business. Receipts for contributions had to be sent out, bills paid and we had to set up procedures covering just how we would decide just how individuals could qualify for assistance, and how that assistance would be provided. Software was donated by our accountant simplifying the steps needed to keep track of income and expense in a manner acceptable to IRS and I had to learn how to use it. The work took lots of time. y the end of November, Take The Lead began supporting individuals by paying approved bills. A system was set up whereby Recipients sent designated monthly bills to me and I wrote checks to pay those bills. With your support, we were on our way! Since I was the one paying the bills, I had some necessary personal involvement with many of our recipients in the early days of Take The Lead’s existence. I was able to hear first hand just how meaningful it was to these folks that others in the Fancy cared enough about them to help out at a time when their lives can be the most difficult. Your funds certainly helped, but you should also know the simple fact that you cared enough about others to help out carried as much meaning as the assistance. I know they thank you and so do I. Your help has led to one of the most meaningful things I’ve helped to do in my 40+ years in dogs. Thank you!


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NAUGURAL EVENT

(Originally Published in Dog News Sept. 23, 1993)

by Eric Steel • Photos by John Ashbey n Thursday, September 9, more than 250 people from around the country came together to Take The Lead’s premiere event – a cocktail party in the lovely Henry Hudson Ballroom and out under the stars on the terrace of the Tarrytown Hilton. It was an incredible evening — a gathering of committed friends, an awakening of spirit, testimony to what an impressive, caring family all of us in the sport of dogs belong to.

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FromChatA The Thomas H. of Bradley,III Small &EddE. Beginnings Bivin “None of us thought past the next week 20 years ago. We just couldn’t have envisioned this would go where it’s gone. We saw something that needed to be given attention and we fixed it.” – Thomas H. Bradley, lll

Former Chairmen of Take The Lead

By Karl M. Stearns

“Tom Bradley and I have said for years that working with Take The Lead was the best thing we ever did in dogs.” – Edd E. Bivin

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Thomas H. Bradley lll

Edd E. Bivin

Years of building and growth

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Starting and maintaining a grassroots organization is often a labor of love. It is one that causes those involved to look at their accomplishment with a great deal of pride, knowing they’ve had an effect on the lives of others, but also watching willing volunteers step in and help the organization flourish. Such is the legacy Messrs. Bradley and Bivin, as the first and second chairmen of Take The Lead, can see with great satisfaction as the baton passes to new leadership. For Bradley, becoming the “chief cook and bottle washer” was happenstance. In an interview in 2010 he told me about the beginning of TTL. “Take the Lead started as a result of a few people who saw a need to assist others who were in the sport, suffering from AIDS. So, we held a cocktail reception at Westchester Kennel Club, our first organized event. It brought in $35,000 in donations and income. Immediately an organizational meeting was held. Everything fell right into place with a lot of volunteers and organizing. The board of trustees was populated with a variety of people from around the country.” From that simple start, Take the Lead became a major cause in the dog world. Tom continued: “There is a group (the Assistance Committee) who reviews the applications. No one else ever knows the details of who applies. It’s kept strictly confidential. Often, people are embarrassed to apply for help and it usually requires a lot of work by their friends to move them to do so. Oftentimes we have to scurry to provide help because by the time the application reaches us the situation has turned desperate. We pay bills. Money isn’t handed directly to the recipients. This has been the toughest year (2010) in terms of the people we’ve helped. During the first 11 months of 2010, $305,000 was disbursed. This is a record year--which is one of those good things/bad things. We’ve been blessed with many, many benefactors-major and minor. Checks come in ranging from $10 to $10,000. People are being more generous than usual this year because they realize this is helping members of their ‘dog family’. We’re all volunteers--none of us take anything for salaries. People with life-threatening and terminal illnesses are assisted. Disasters such as fires, floods, etc., are terrible but are not something addressed by Take The

As mentioned earlier, in time Bradley recognized the need to have a more structured organization to carry on the work of Take The Lead. Enter Edd E. Bivin. Early on Bivin was asked to join the original Board, although he was not part of the original founders. He found a focus in Take The Lead that ignited his passion for what they were doing. He told me, “Because I believed so strongly in TTL and what it was doing, I was asked to take over the job of chairman which I agreed to do.” He would serve in that capacity for seven years, from 2004 to 2011. For Bivin, Take The Lead utilized his secular skills in the university arena. Bivin was an educator in his working career. A teacher for a time, he became a Vice Chancellor of Administration at Texas Christian University, where he spent most of his career. The considerable skills he possesses were applied to Take The Lead—a bonanza for the organization and indeed for the dog world. He told me, “I really enjoyed what that original board was able to do, and enjoyed being able to help people in need. When I became chairman, I thought a little about what I wanted to do—particularly with changing the demographics. We needed to make the organization more widely known across the country. People needed to know our efforts were not directed at a specific geographic area, but was available nationwide. We needed to secure support from people throughout the country. With the help of a wonderful board, we were able to achieve that. Another problem we had was that TTL had little in the way of endowment, and I knew that was imperative to build that up. I learned in the ‘university business’ (writer’s note: See my June, 2013 article on Edd Bivin) that while you were dependent on the capability of people to give support, you also needed a back-up no greater than the ability of the endowment to produce income. In other words, you don’t want to use up the income of the endowment until you really have to. So, that was the major goal when I was chairman.” The formation of a structure of committees was another important accomplishment for Bivin. He recalled this effort, “I also saw the need to establish committees to accomplish certain work so that no one person or group had to do everything. These initiatives were greatly supported by the board.” Time flew by for Bivin, and Take The Lead became what its leadership had hoped: A force for good works to benefit the people in the dog show community. Being the sort of man he is, Bivin is not one to hang on to a title or position when his work has been accomplished. CONTINUED ON PAGE 250

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YOU CAN HELP A FRIEND...

How a Club may support Take The Lead: lubs have been the keystones in enabling Take The Lead to provide education to members of the fancy, provide opportunities to support annual membership as well as opportunities for fund raising events in conjunction with their shows. There are a myriad of ways in which a club may support Take The Lead. A Club may offer space to set up a membership and educational booth at their event. This may be expanded to be an opportunity to do different forms of fundraising activities. A popular fundraiser is “Chuck A Duck”. We have invested in flocks of ducks that we can provide to a club with the appropriate directions for rental. The size of the flock is 100 and the ducks are rented for $5 to attendees at the show. At an appointed time, usually before Groups start or BIS a children’s wading pool is placed in the center of the ring and all duck renters are assembled to Chuck their rented ducks. The duck landing closest to the center of the pond is the lucky winner of half of the rental pot. The ducks are numbered and each renter receives a card with their duck’s number allowing us to verify the winning duck tosser. Winners of the duck toss have been very generous, donating some or all of the winnings back to Take The Lead. Raffles throughout the day at the Take The Lead Booth have become another means in which clubs and individuals can support the fundraising efforts. Clubs and members may coordinate theme baskets or items to donate to the raffle as well as solicit raffle items from the vendors attending their shows. The creativity of the items donated to the raffles is amazing, ranging from the ever popular “ It is five o’clock somewhere” Cocktail themed baskets, to Margarita makers, “Coffee Makers”, Holiday themed baskets, regional baskets, and the ever popular wine assortments top the popularity list. A recent addition to the donations from area Reproductive Specialists has been an assortment of services including progesterone testing, semen collection and storage for a year, ever popular and incents client to purchase lots of tickets. We have been fortunate to have continuous support from so many individuals and companies. Our appreciation to all who support our events and raffles with their wonderful, creative donations In the Northeast we are forever grateful for the artistic talent of Joan Scott who assists in putting together theme baskets and decorating the tables at multiple booths and events throughout the year. What if your club wishes to hold an event to support Take The Lead? The inaugural event was a cocktail party held the Thursday night prior the Tuxedo Park Kennel Club show in September of 1993. This was followed by what has become the annual Holiday Party held in conjunction with Eastern Dog Club in early December.

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If a Club or Cluster wishes to be involved with coordinating an event in conjunction with their shows things to consider: space and location of the party, theme, and most importantly how the party will be underwritten to allow it to be a successful fundraiser. One of the first fundraising parties which continue to be an annual Holiday party is held in conjunction with Eastern Dog Club. The donation of baskets and raffle items grows each year. The theme and decorating for the party is coordinated by Joan Scott with her band of merry elves, Whitney Perry and Sue King, who transform the host locations to Holiday Celebrations! Everyone in New England looks forward to our annual holiday gathering. The Take the Lead Board is fortunate to have as a member Michael Faulkner. His professional career includes fundraising and he has coordinated unique and fun parties, the most recent was at the Middle Peninsula Kennel Club of Virginia show this past January. The show is held at the Richmond Raceway Complex, in Richmond,VA. Attendees participated in changing tires in a simulated pit stop to racing miniature cars on a track. Probably his greatest talent has been his skill as an auctioneer, including tripling the earnings for the evening when auctioning off a gourmet dinner prepared in your own home; complete with wine. Bidding was consistent between three attendees at the dinner, at the point when a generous donation was being offered; it was asked if all bidders would be willing to be winners at that point? As a result, Michael provided three gourmet dinners and raised a substantial donation for Take The Lead in one evening. The Tar Heel Cluster in March has become an annual celebration for Take The Lead, with an extensive raffle table and on alternating years a party right on the Fair Grounds allowing easy access for everyone attending the shows. Live music and dancing the night away has become the theme! The Harvest Moon cluster consisting of Del Valle Dog Club of Livermore and Skyline Kennel Club have hosted parties over the years including an auction of artwork created by members of the fancy and most recently a comedy night. These are only a few examples of what has been done, the ideas for fun are endless, and it just takes some creativity and desire to create an evening of fun to benefit those in our sport who may need assistance. Take The Lead appreciates the support that All Breed and Specialty Clubs have provided over the years which have provided camaraderie, good times and support to this worthwhile cause. If your club has the interest to host a booth or coordinate an event please contact the office : Take The Lead PO Box 6353 Watertown, NY 13601 800-814-1123 FAX: 315-786-1874

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Testimonials Larry Cornelius

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on’t be silly Larry. You can’t just wake up with cancer!” That’s what my friend said to me when I told her I had found a lump where my shoulder meets my neck. Turns out she was wrong. You can. Seriously. One day the lump wasn’t there and the next it was. I tend to jump to the worst possible conclusion so she should be forgiven for not believing my self diagnosis of Lymphoma. But as tests were done and biopsies were performed it became clear that this time the worst conclusion was also the correct one. It’s funny the things that go through your mind when your sitting there listening to the doctor tell you it’s cancer and that treatment decisions will need to be made. Some of them stupid like “what will I look like bald?” And some of them that shook me to my core like “will Marcelo be all right if I don’t make it?” Of course these thoughts don’t line up and wait their turn they attack in tornado-like swirls all at once. And then you realize most of the questions you have don’t have easy answers. Or any answer at all. And that’s when the darkness really hits you. Then at some point you find something new to worry about. Money. We were lucky to have good health insurance and I still thought that would be enough. We would only have to pay 20%. We could make that work. I guess that bubble burst when a hospital administrator was going through paperwork and told us that our policy had a lifetime cap of 5 million dollars. And then she said “that should be enough.” Huh? How can that NOT be enough? Soon after I was told the intense chemo I would need would require me to be hospitalized for five days at a time for each round of chemo. And that my white blood count would be so low that most times I would be highly susceptible to any and all infections. I would not be able to continue show-

ing dogs throughout treatment like I had hoped. That’s how it all started to become clear that we were going to be in financial jeopardy. I wasn’t going to be able to work much and Marcelo was going to have to do as much as he could. I should probably mention here that our only assistant quit about two weeks after my diagnosis. And then there were the clients who asked if there was anything they could do as they picked up their dogs to take to other handlers. So we didn’t have so much to worry about they said. Fortunately the dog show community in general is made of better people than the ones who bailed. For every one that surprised me by fleeing, two more that I never expected to would step forward. Which brings me to Michael Sauve and Take the Lead. Michael of course was our area AKC representative. And also a Take the Lead board member. He and Peggy Hauck visited me in the hospital and the next thing I knew I had paperwork in my hands to fill out. It was hard to admit I needed the help but even harder to ignore the reality of the situation. I needed to focus on fighting cancer and there was only one way to do that and Take the Lead provided the way. To see THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 62

someone unfolding a safety net for you when you are falling fast is a sight you never forget. So I fought on with the best nurse in the world, Marcelo at my side demanding that I get better and I did. The cancer is gone and each year that goes by lessens the pain of that time. B.C. (Before cancer) I would hear people talk about a major illness or disability as a gift and I never understood what they meant. Then during cancer I kept waiting for my gift to arrive. Impatiently. Come on! Where is my gift! I really started to get pissed that this revelation or whatever was still hiding from me. And then like that day in the doctor’s office, without warning and all at once I realized the gift had been here for awhile waiting for me to see it. I had learned two of the most important lessons life had ever taught me. 1) I was capable of fighting for something much harder than I had ever imagined And 2) nothing worth fighting for can be fought alone. You need others to fight with you to succeed. Thank you Take the Lead for fighting with me. I could never have done it without you.


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Lou & Adelene Pardo y husband Lou and I would like to thank “Take The Lead” for the assistance they provided us while I was battling Sarcoma Cancer. When we were younger, Lou had a very good job working for the Federal Government as a MSC Investigator. Federal Blue Cross & Blue Shield is one of the highest rated Insurance that any family can have for medical coverage. We thought that it along with Medicare we would never be in need of any other assistance. We were wrong! As my recovery went slower and slower we knew we would never be able to afford the costs of the Rehabilitation Hospital that was necessary for my possibility of ever walking again. Take the Lead provided the funds to supplement our dwindling insurance caps and kept me in the Rehabilitation Hospital. Through their generosity I can now walk short distances without assistance and expect a full recovery eventually. We and our clubs have always supported Take the Lead as a wonderful and well needed charity organization. As a former handler and current Judge we gave willingly and never expected to need their financial help. Thank you Take The Lead for the service your organization provides for the people who love dogs.

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cannot begin to tell you what Take the Lead has done for members of our club. It is a wonderfully managed charity that has a dedicated leadership. The Galveston Club has donated money to it almost yearly and it was money well spent. One of our members had the very best Federal Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicare, and an additional insurance policy for any kind of home care or assisted living care. She was helped by Take the Lead to pay for additional time in a Rehabilitation Hospital after all the aforementioned funds ran out. With medical costs now any serious illness or accident can run into millions. Their contribution helped her continue to receive the correct rehab so that she doesn’t have to spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair. The second members needed help paying for Alzheimer’s drugs and electricity costs. They were helped by TTL so that she could keep her husband home as long as possible. I hope that your club looks into TTL. I give a personal donation to them at our show and at Eukanuba.

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n 2010 I was diagnosed with Ovarian cancer, stage 3C. As if dealing with that kind of life threatening diagnosis and facing major surgery and subsequent treatment wasn’t scary enough, I am self- employed with no disability benefits, so I knew I would not be able to pay my rent and bills while I was recuperating and going through chemotherapy. In addition to being a professional dog trainer, I have been raising, training and showing German Shepherds in obedience, rally, herding & dabbling in conformation as a sport and hobby my entire life. I was born into this, as my family’s hobby had always been dog sports – training and showing GSDs long before I even existed. Upon learning of my situation, several friends recommended that I contact Take The Lead. I did just that, and following a short approval process, with the help of Take The Lead, I no longer had to worry or be concerned about my living expenses during treatment. Because of the relief Take the Lead provided me, I was able to focus all of my attention on my recovery. I really don’t know how I could have gotten through it all without this wonderful organization and the peace of mind they gave me. Today I am in remission and back to training and competing with my dogs. Recently I learned I have qualified along with my German Shepherd in Utility for the AKC Obedience Classic in Orlando, Florida. Of course just qualifying for the classic is a dream come true, but because Take the Lead picked up the slack in my lead when I couldn’t, I am now healthy and looking forward to a fantastic road trip from California to Orlando in December. I remain ever so grateful to an amazing organization! CONTINUED ON PAGE 252


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Pamela Beale Chairwoman Take The Lead By Karl M. Stearns

“I’m a positive, optimistic person. If you’re there and you want to help others, there are so many wonderful people to connect with, and relate to. It creates such a strong bond of goodwill. You see how it grows and grows.” – Pamela Beale, Chairwoman, Take The Lead

IN TWENTY YEARS, TAKE THE LEAD WENT FROM A NEWBORN infant being nurtured by Thomas Bradley 3d until it reached its adolescence. As a gangly young teenager, it was placed in the hands of Edd Bivin, a college chancellor, to be molded and directed. At twenty years of age, about ready to “graduate”, Take The Lead has taken on a more adult shape, but remains a youthful, moldable organization that must now further define its direction and pathway. Enter Pamela Beale, current Chairwoman of Take The Lead, assuming that role in 2011 to succeed Edd Bivin. There are many luminaries in the world of dogs. High profile names who evoke instant recognition, these folks are known everywhere by everyone. Pam Beale has not lived in the glare of that spotlight, so you may not have the same instant CONTINUED ON PAGE 255

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Take the Lead at By Larry Cornelius and Marcelo Veras

make him proud. Even though he is gone we have so many other people that help us each IT STARTED VERY QUIETLY. We had a few friends year. Jackie Beaudoin has also there from the beginning over for dinner after the dog show in Ocala. I think been helping every way she can. and Amy Grabe have done there were 12 people that first year. The next year Tom the invite for us each year. we had more people over. And the more people They top themselves every year help in so many different who came, the more people we had asking if they and ways as well. Greg Brown and Productions provide could get invited next year. Then one day Marcelo Hardrive the entertainment and I’m turned to me and said, “I think we should tell always shocked by the talent on display. Last year there was everyone they are invited and that they have to someone juggling chain saws next to our pool in a crowd of make a donation to Take the Lead. ” 200 people. Not something I would ever have expected to ou see Take the Lead had helped us while I was see in our back yard! We can always count on battling cancer. We wouldn’t have been able Maureen and Caitlyn Jewett to come up with great to make it financially without the help of this decorating ideas that never fail to make me say great organization. So the idea of giving back to TTL “how did they think of THAT!” And of course also was very important to us. there from the beginning were Jane and Greg Each year we pick a new theme. Costumes Myers. Their group always comes in full costumes are encouraged but not required. We ask only two and they always leave with empty pockets. Truly things of our guests each year. First is to give great guests! Purina has also stepped forward to whatever they can to TTL and second is to have a contribute as well the last few years. Thank you for great time while letting off steam from the long all the advertising Dog News has done for us on our January circuit here in central Florida. event I would like to say a very public and heartfelt The first year we did the party for TTL the theme thank you to all of you and to all the supporters I was Redneck Red Carpet. Peggy Hauck was there haven’t been able to mention. Every one of you is selling ducks for the chuck a duck that Michael a hero to us. Sauve was running in the yard. I love the memories The next party is January 25, 2015. The theme of them selling and re-selling ducks all night is Prom Night. Please join us for what we hope will determined to help us make the party a success. be the best night yet. After all you don’t want to Our goal that year was $5000.00 dollars and we miss seeing who gets crowned Prom Queen do you? got just past that. Each year we raise our goal and each year with the generosity of our friends we have met our goal. Last year we raised almost ED. NOTE: The January 25, 2014 themed “Prom $30,000.00. Night” party resulted in a record breaking fund Of course we lost Michael suddenly a few years raising total over $73,000. Mari-Beth O’Neill ago. This made us even more determined to make was crowned Prom Queen and Dan Dahlberg was the party bigger and better in his memory. Michael crowned Prom King. Caitlin Jewett was crowned did great work for TTL and it became our mission to Prom Princess.

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Bannerdown Farm Take The Lead: The Very Beginning By Jeffrey Pepper

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ORIGINAL Board of Trustees

CURRENT Board of Trustees OFFICERS Pamela Beale Chairman

FOUNDERS Thomas H. Bradley, 3d. Dottie Collier Ellen Frost Michael Larizza Patricia W. Laurans Jeffrey Pepper Eric Steel

Patricia W. Laurans 2nd Vice Chairman

Thomas H. Bradley, 3rd CHAIRMAN

Dan Nechemias 3rd Vice Chairman

Seme Auslander Edd E. Bivin Timothy Catterson Anne Rogers Clark Dorothy N. Collier Muriel I. Freeman David Frei Barbara F. Heller James S. Holt J. Donald Jones Gilbert S. Kahn Michael D. Larizza Patricia W. Laurans Beverly K. Lehnig Dorothy M. Macdonald Jeffrey Pepper Frank T. Sabella Eric Steel Fran Sunseri Ellen Weiss Wood Wornall

Dottie Collier 1st Vice Chairman

Jeffrey Pepper Treasurer Susan Sprung Secretary Thomas H. Bradley, 3rd Executive Director Joseph W. Russell, Esq. Menter, Rudin & Trivelpiece P.C. Counsel to the Board BOARD OF TRUSTEES Edd Bivin* Timothy Catterson Larry Cornelius Lynn Eggers Michael Faulkner Randy Garren Amy Green Peggy Helming Theresa Hundt Carolyn Koch

Peter Kubacz Linda Low* Florence Males Mary Miller* Janet Lange Moses Mari-Beth O’Neill* Cecelia Ruggles Michael Scott Bruce Schwartz Toni Sosnoff* Cindy Vogels*

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE All officers and Trustees indicated with an asterisk (*).

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The Freedom Dogs Program teams wounded warriors with specialty service dogs on a short term, intermittent or permanent basis.

Specialty service dogs are a non-judgmental source of love and companionship.

Specialty service dog, Andy, accompanies a Marine during a trip to the bank.

Freedom HEROES FOR Dogs HEROES BY SHARON PFLAUMER Photos courtesy of Freedom Dogs

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elissa Ramirez was a Navy Corpsman, who served on the front lines as a Medic in a Shock Trauma Platoon. “We did damage control on the wounded before they were sent on to a higher echelon of care,” she says. After three tours of duty, Ramirez was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Eighteen months ago, a specialty service dog named Gunner was placed with her. The black Labrador Retriever is trained to assist Ramirez in a variety of ways, which include helping her cope with PTSD. “When I first got Gunner, I was taking a lot of medications that

made it difficult for me to wake up in the morning,” she says. “He woke me by barking and pawing me. He kept at it until I got out of bed.” The 5-year-old lab also interrupts the flashbacks that Ramirez experiences. A flashback occurs when an individual mentally relives a traumatic event to the point where it seems as if it’s actually happening again. “If I start having a flashback, Gunner comes over and stands in front of me,” she says. “Then, he barks and paws me until I pay attention to him. That interrupts my train of thought, which enables me to reassess the anxiety I’m feeling and calm myself down.” THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 72

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Having a specialty service dog has enabled Ramirez to do a lot of things she was unable to do when she first returned from active duty. “Before I got Gunner, I stayed in my room most of the time. It was difficult for me to do the things other people take for granted like go to the grocery store,” she said. With Gunner at her side, Ramirez is able to run all of her errands and no longer must depend on other people to do them for her. Gunner has helped her open up and become more social as well. “I didn’t want to talk to anyone CONTINUED ON PAGE 257


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Judges told not to appear in dog food ads as supporters of the food...Animal cruelty linked to domestic violence as AKC’s Humane Fund tackles issue...Those bogus service dog tags and clothes subject to debate...Should altered dogs be shown at shows??? Argentina holds largest attended FCI Show in the last six years...Take the Lead’s ice-cream event frozen out at unusually cold and wet Waukesha show...Board said to be one of the most secretive and non-communicative body in decades at AKC...Street stray importation of foreign dogs heavily questioned in both health and temperament areas...Breeders Showcase expected to be a highlight for Santa Barbara... Should cloned dogs be registered??? Canadian top dogs awards for 2012 awarded at world famous Spruce Meadows...Westminster adds Agility masters Saturday at the Piers for first time...Race between Wire and Portie narrows even more...JTF action plan calendar sent to Fancy...Includes a new system for Invitation to judge by December as well as a role in analyzing JRC...Helsinki summer show awarded to Pap...Programs to reunite AKC and AVMA encouraged...Pre-paid grooming spaces voted upon by Delegates...Obedience and Rally entries on increase in Southeast...AND MORE predicts a surprise candidate to run for the Board...SAR hailed for role Search and Rescue dogs play in criminal investigations... JetSetVets established...FCI for all intents and purposes to ignore World Show in Moscow problems...Serious disagreements about supporting Meet the Breeds in NYC due to club conflicts arise...Major dogfighting ring bust in four states occurs simultaneously in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Texas with 367 dogs seized...Garvin and Battaglia supporting com-

puter imaging as a replacement for hands-on experiences...Many people now wearing UNMASK Hats and other paraphernalia...The value of natural photos as opposed to the computer shopped version hailed...White House takes on BSL and rejects concept...Ron Menaker resigns as Show Chair with Dennis Sprung named as replacement for AENC show in Orlando... AENC no longer to be televised but will carry live streaming video...

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Take the Lead issue of DOG NEWS hailed by Fancy as organization celebrates 20th Anniversary...Registration figures revealed in Dog News for last two years as AKC tries to keep figures quiet and a secret by not releasing them...Per a research org. in UK one in five social media and Internet pups sold die before they are six months old...JTF taken to task...AKC Art Exhibition at Pennsylvania Governor’s Residence... Kennel Club in UK unveils portrait of Her Majesty the Queen...September dedicated as Responsible Dog Ownership Month...APHIS Ruling debated throughout country...Breed rescue practices under scrutiny...Ron Menaker to seek nomination to the Board through Nominating Committee…Support for AKC’s CHF pushed... Some insurance companies charge homeowners higher insurance based upon breed and size of dog...Young Kennel Club’s Summer Camp in UK hailed as a way to keep interest going for young people in the sport...AKCCAR to change name to AKCREUNITE...How to react to APHIS Ruling is debated...Delegates Minutes called much more complete and accurate than Board Minutes...The training and licensing of judges in the UK vs. in the USA discussed...AKC to CONTINUED ON PAGE 218

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of open shows in the UK I was also introduced to breeds I had never seen before. So when for the first time I saw the breed over there I did not recognize it, so felt seriously sorry for the owner, as compared to my Norwegian type, the ones shown were plain ugly! Then, of course, by closer research I understood that this was what the breed was supposed to look like- and did- in it’s home country, France. So tried to adjust, but with great difficulty as I had already seen a variety which was so much more attractive... The first time I came to a show in the US the situation was reversed. In Scandinavia setters and pointers were all rather small and spindly, but of course speedy and excellent workers. Here I was seeing all those fabulous Irish and Gordon Setters dripping in coat looking like something totally different. Like real showdogs. The Scandinavian KC’s were in those days totally governed by the “hunting brigade” (they might still be as far as I know) so although I knew it would cause a stir, I hoped some” Dare Devil” would have a go and import the American type. One lady in Norway made an attempt, importing an Irish Setter from the US named Kinvarra Coronation (I think) and a bitch from the famous Wendower kennel in the UK named Sienna. Bred one litter and then mysteriously disappeared from the world of show dogs. Probably frozen out- as nothing has been heard of her ever since. You just did not mess with the hunting mafia in those days. The attempt to introduce Dachshunds from the US was met with the same attitude by all breeders and breed clubs- and I could mention a number of other breeds from Wheaten terriers, Si-

berian Huskies. Min & Giant Schnauzers etc who experienced the same, but slowly, by slowly the world has changed and you see those so hated changes made by American breeders creating big winners all over the world. At a recent show I judged a young male, a sporting dog, which was one of the most beautiful dogs I have ever seen. Masculine head with strong, deep foreface, a long, long neck, excellent layback, great topline with high tailset, great spring of ribs and strong deep body, exceptional rear angulation (well bordering on over angulation.), heavy bone and lovely tight cat feet. And he could move. But to according to the standard there was just too much of everything. When I first set eyes on this dog my reaction was WOW and what a shame as most of the positives I mentioned above are wrong for this breed, but I am 100% sure that if he had been the first of this breed seen in this country, he would have won lots and set the standard for what the breed was supposed to look like. I could mention a couple of examples today, even in more established breeds, where impressive dogs have started winning, despite being totally wrong according to the established breeders. But of course nobody listen, so all they can do is cry and in silence watch the breed move in a – I their view- a totally wrong direction. Otherwise you are simply an envious, bad sport…. In an ideal world you should know all the breeds you judge and well enough to just by looking into their eyes or see their expression, decide which breed they are and that the expression reflects the desired personality. I am generally impressed by breeders in this country who introduce new breeds. The research some of them do about origin, history, standards etc is very impressive. Where some of them go wrong is that they listen to the “wrong” people. The sad fact is that the real breeders who should be consulted are not always the best communicators-or not the ones who get the exposure they deserve and have earned-so the attention seekers and in many cases instant experts become the Consultants. Whether qualified or not- just write a book about a breed- and you are the one who knows it all. I only recently had a discussion with a person who, when we disagreed, referred to a book written by an English breeder I knew well and who was full of ideas and theories, but whose prefix never had been carried by any outstanding THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 86

One of my favorite people to spend time with ringside was Stafford Somerfield (his first wife the wonderful Dibbie was a great Boxer lady who reputedly upon her death left him in her will to another of my favorites Ferelith Hamilton of Dog World Fame.) A joke of course, as the ladies were the best of friends, but Miss Hamilton became Mrs. Somerfield and I think they had a blast! Anyway, Staffie as he was known to his friends wrote some excellent articles in Dog World- and what I appreciated so much was that he as a former newspaper editor (News of the World) put our hobby into a wider perspective with views and opinions which I many times found totally fascinating. That he had an eye for a dog was beyond doubt and his comments were always intelligent, realistic and relevant. We were one day sitting together at the Windsor show watching the Wire Fox Terrier bitch classes judged by one of his friends and colleagues who also wrote some excellent articles, even books, that were published all over the world. After the judge finished the open class Staffie turned to me saying: “Isn’t it amazing that XX who knows everything about the skeleton, muscles and anatomy- is totally lost when it’s covered in skin and hair?” The old saying “practice what you preach” is not always so easy to follow. Many of the theories are excellent and have definitely worked for some people- but to me it highlights another old saying: “Some people solve in their sleep problems which give others sleepless nights?” We are all different with a variety (hopefully) of talents- and whenever someone wants to engage me in deeper discussions about dog breeding- I think of all those geniuses I have been lucky to meet. Some of them could hardly read or write. Just had this “fingertip feeling” or natural intuition for how to achieve their goals. And succeeded! Books and money can surely be helpful, but without the above mentioned ingredients I think your ambitions to become a breeder of top class, healthy shows dogs will always be a struggle.


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Elvis (GCh Belews Natural heartbreaker RN NAJ CAA CGC TDI), one of Sharon Frampton’s Chinese Cresteds, loves lure coursing.

pony in miniature with its graceful and elegant way of moving. This also makes it suitable for several performance activities, according to the people who participate in dog sports with their Cresteds. “Chinese Cresteds are very strong and agile dogs. This makes them perfect specimens for any sport,” said Wendy Ryan DVM, who owns five Cresteds with two, Teddy (Ch Paradice’s Mystic element RN TDI CGC) and JoJo (Paradice JoJo’s China Bistro RE NAJ TDI CGC) having titles in more than one activity. “Cresteds have normal canine structure and are built to run and jump. It is really important to show the public how intelligent and versatile the breed really is. Not many people have ever heard of a Chinese Crested, especially the powderpuff variety, which means not many people know how wonderful this tiny, smart, funny toy breed is to live with and own.” “Chinese Crested are very bright, interactive, athletic and healthy but most of all they WANT TO PLEASE. However, they are also opportunistic and will quickly figure out what you want and how to get what they want. They are versatile, brilliant, talented and they have a sense of humor. They love the challenge of new activities. They learn very quickly, which means you can’t overdo training on an exercise until it is no longer fun. They also do not respond to harsh training. Positive reinforcement with clear leadership will get you what both you and the dog want with a Chinese Crested,” said Patty Wiedeman, who owns MACH15 China Road Taylor Made RA MXB5 NF T2B THD.

“Chinese Crested have a desire to be with whoever they have bonded with. They typically want to be where you are at all times. They are very sturdy physically and have few, comparatively speaking, health problems. I have yet to see a Crested that is not somewhat aggressive, curious and on-the-ready at all times. ‘Submissive’ is not a word you would use to describe most Cresteds. Most Cresteds seem to enjoy working at something and working with someone,” said Dick Cicone, who with his wife Susan owns four Chinese Crested that have multiple titles including Moby (Int’l Ch Ch Gemstone’s Wudnshu Polaris CD RAE AX AXJ OF NAP NJP CGC THD UCD PJ1 PR1 PS1 CL3-R CL4-H CL3-F TD Inc.), Tally (Int’l Ch GCh Ch Gemstone’s Wudnshu Talladega RE AX AXJ NF NJP CTC AJ AS AR CL-3-R Cle-H CL3-S CL3-F TDI) and Booh (Cinondra N Gemstone’s Bat Out of Hell OA AXJ CGC CL30R CL2-H CL2-S CL2-F). “Cresteds are smart, agile and willing to please the person they love,” said Sharon Frampton, who owns Elvis (GCh Belews Natural heartbreaker RN NAJ CAA CGC TDI) and Smooch (Ch Wickhaven-MTO Addicted to Love RN.) “They are much more than just a companion. But, I did have some difficulty finding a training school and instructor that was capable of providing a good foundation to whatever sport we were doing so there wouldn’t be any major setbacks in training. One obstacle that we have had some real difficulty overcoming, however, has been in the show ring. While the powderpuff and hairless are the CONTINUED ON PAGE 94

MACH15 China Road Taylor Made RA MXB5 NF T2B THD, one of Patty Wiedeman’s Chinese Cresteds, is the top Chinese Crested master champion agility dog of all time.

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same breed except for coat type, preference is almost always given to the hairless in the show ring no matter what the quality. It’s important that conformation judges recognize what the proper qualities of the breed should be whether they’re looking at a puff or a hairless specimen.” Many dogs are skeptical of the teeter-totter in agility, according Ryan. “The teetertotter moves out from under a dog and that can be very disturbing to some dogs. So, if any of my dogs show hesitancy about that obstacle, I start with it very low to the ground so it only moves a few inches until the dog is comfortable with that movement. Then, I gradually raise the fulcrum higher and higher until it is at its full height. Weave poles are also a challenge because the movement is not natural to dogs. What dog in its right mind would weave around poles in a straight line to get to the end of that line? So, what I do is start with them not lined up in a straight line but offcenter. This way, the dog can move between the poles without bending their body very much at first. Then I slowly move the poles closer and closer to a straight line as the dog learns to weave and bend his body until they are eventually lined up as they are in competition.” “We have also had issues with the teeter. We had one dog become unreliable on this obstacle in competition. He would do the

Teddy (Ch Paradice’s Mystic element RN TDI CGC), one of Wendy Ryan DVM’s Cresteds, was a “natural” at lure coursing.

JoJo (Paradice JoJo’s China Bistro RE NAJ TDI CGC), another of Ryan’s Cresteds, soured on rally. He sailed through novice, advanced and excellent easily but when it came time to do his RAE title, he was also doing agility and decided it was more fun so he “blew his owner off” in rally by simply sitting down, wagging his tail and refusing to do any of the obstacles. At that moment, he officially became Ryan’s “agility boy.”

teeter in practice but we couldn’t depend on him to do it when the judge was in the ring. What we did was continue to have him do the teeter in practice and we just keep adding people to the practice course in order to make practice more like a trial environment. We use a lot of high quality treats for the correct action when we are training,” said Cicone. “If you give them a high value treat immediately as part of the positive reinforcement, it helps overcome the dog’s problems. Then, it’s a matter of practice, practice, practice along with carefully watching the dog’s reaction to know what works best. This is where a good trainer can be a major benefit. We have often had a trainer or even several different trainers observe us in action with the dog and then make suggestions on how and what we need to improve. Another issue is safety around other dogs, according to Wiedeman. “As is the case with most smaller breeds, safety is an issue. I think that sometimes other dogs don’t see a Crested as a dog the first time they encounter one. Crested are quick to correct that misunderstanding. At dog events, I always keep my dog in a crate usually at eye level with the larger dogs. I also do not compete in activities where I believe my dog will be in danger. In a class that I was attending, there was a very ugly dog fight and it set my dog back for months. In order to restore that dog’s confidence, I had to absolutely stress safety. If a Crested decides it doesn’t want to do something, other than situations where that resistance is a result of trauma, it usually occurs because something has been overdone or repeated too much.” An irritant among Crested fanciers is the fact that the breed is often the dubious “winner” of the annual “Ugly Dog Contest.” “This is one honor we could happily forego,” said Cicone. “Far too many people only think of a Crested in this regard. They are great companions, they are rugged for a toy breed, they have fewer health issues than many other toys and they are versatile. These are the characteristics for which they should be known.

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say the least. Bill George was a dog dealer, a buyer and seller and sometimes breeder of animals that he kept tethered in his dog yard, numbering in the hundreds. Despite his unglamorous vocation, mentions of him invariably heaped on glowing adjectives, from “celebrated” to “great,” “eminent” to “unique.” He earned a cartoon in Punch magazine in 1846, cementing his place in the public consciousness of England, and perhaps farther afield, as George claimed to have been visited by foreign royalty. In the late 1830s, Charles Dickens reportedly took strolls around the Canine Castle while researching the character Bill Sikes’ dog, Bull’s Eye, in his novel Oliver Twist. “There could be no question that what Bill didn’t know about a dog wasn’t worth talking about,” wrote Finch Mason in a 1907 edition of Fore’s Sporting Notes and Sketches. “No matter what breed it was you wanted, he’d get it for you, and no fault to be found if you didn’t mind paying for it.” According to accounts of the day, George was illiterate: One writer claimed he heard that George commenced his letters to clients with the bungled salutation “Honored Cur.” (His business name was spelled rather creatively as well, sometimes appearing as

“K-nine Castle” or “K.9. Castle.”) Regardless of George’s own correspondence skills, he delighted in receiving mail playfully addressed to “Lord George,” “King William” and “General George.” Reportedly, a letter sent to “Bill George, Devil’s Castle, Bloodhound Corner, Tyke Lane, London” reached him, but another, inscribed “Mr. Bill George, Dog Fancier, London” was returned to the sender. In what may be an apocryphal account, George asked the name of the postmaster general, and, on hearing it was Lord John Manners, replied, “Tell those fools in the Post Office that if his Lordship don’t know me, I don’t know manners.” Mason the writer remembers the older Bill George as a rather matter-of-fact figure, “a tall, spare old man, attired in a roomy pepper-and-salt coat, cord breeches and tan gaiters, a tall hat on his head, and a blue bird’s eye ‘fogle’ tied in

many folds around his neck.” As a young man, George was a bare-knuckle prizefighter, and was hard pressed to leave his love of the sport behind: As late as 1862, the year he turned 60, he was apprehended in London by police for refereeing an illegal boxing match in Newbury County, about 50 miles outside the city. George’s connection with pugilism had canine parallels, too. Before striking out in business for himself, he apprenticed for dog dealer Ben White, who bred and sold Old English Bulldogs, which were used for dog fighting and bull baiting. White’s swan song came in 1825, when he procured dogs for the sponsor of a fight that pitted a lion named Nero against six dogs. The band struck up Rule Britannia before the dogs were slipped from their iron chains and the tame, Edinburgh-bred cat crouched to greet them, more out of perplexity than feCONTINUED ON PAGE 238

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adds a great deal to any panel. I was assigned to do his whole assignment except for Pugs since I had recently judged a major entry of Pugs. I had mixed emotions knowing I would have one less day of watching, but it would also mean the opportunity to judge some great dogs that I might have not seen or judged before.

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to leave Newark at 1:10 PM on Tuesday. On Monday I realized a significant snow storm was to hit the area Tuesday morning around mid morning. The 11:30 AM flight and the 6:30 AM were both sold out, but the 7:32 AM was not. Under perfect conditions the 1:10 PM flight would not get me to Orlando until 4 PM. Having invited a group of friends for dinner Tuesday night, I had images of the storm causing a lengthily delay and standing up my dinner guests. I decided to leave home in the middle of the night and try to get on the 7:23 AM flight stand-by. Arriving at the ticket counter shortly after 5 AM I was very relieved to learn I was

confirmed on the 7:32 flight. Just before leaving the gate the snow started very fast and furious. The pilot announced we would have to be de-iced, but there was no big line in front of us. After the de-icing, we taxied out and waited our turn for takeoff. Before takeoff the pilot exited the cockpit and walked down the aisle to make sure the wings were still free of ice. Being up all night and worried if I would get there as soon as we took of I slept the whole way to Orlando.

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in different parts of the country nearly every top winning dog was in Orlando, plus all the great dogs from all over the world competing for the World Challenge. Tuesday evening the final lineup included five dogs that were the number one of their group and the other two were also big time winners. Geri Kelly had some of the all time winning dogs to judge. I did not envy her in that she could only award one BIS and another Reserve. Top F/ve Ag/l/ty Dogs “Classie”, the Min Pin and the number three dog in America, became the victor. The top Herding dog in America, the Old English “Swagger” was Reserve. Both of these great dogs had to edge out the number one and two dogs of America. This is just an example of CONTINUED ON PAGE 125

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much deserved. It was a pleasure to have Sue Broom as my Steward. Sue was as impressed with the overall quality as I was. All seven groups in the OwnerHandler competition consisted of great depth of quality. Sheila DiNardo judged best and from a lineup of seven top dogs awarded it to the Min Pin, “Classie”. This owner-handled Min Pin has around 120 BIS and is a perfect example of how owner handlers can set all kinds of records.

how deep the competition would be for the long weekend. The competition not only at the top was stiff; it extended down to the breed level in so many breeds. There were many top winners that did not win their breed any day.

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Judy Webb judging the Terrier group I was amazed at the depth of quality. Judy made a large cut of twelve and still there were many fine Terriers that were not in her cut. After the cut you could see her mind was racing to narrow it down to the four placements. So many top Terriers could not be placed. This is just an example of the depth of quality in all of the groups each night.

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I judged the Owner-Handler competition. I was immediately impressed by the top quality. The first breed to enter ring was French Bulldogs. The first two dogs in the lineup were both outstanding Frenchies and both have won big time. The winner went on to win the group under me later, but the other dog most likely would have won the group also. It is extremely rare that I make a cut in the group, but I did here. I wanted to give, besides the four placements, some other recognition they so

was the pre judging of the four sections for the World Challenge. For the first time that this took place on Friday, it afforded more time to be devoted to it. Having the extra time the judges were asked to give a critique on each dog they judged. I am sure all of the dogs got glowing critiques and they will be treasured by their owners. Then the judges for the four different sections were not announced until just before the prejudging started. Having judged one of the sections several years ago, I can attest it is no simple task to narrow it down to three dogs that will go to the finals. It might have been the hardest class I have ever judged.

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allowed more people to watch the run off for the Eukanuba Breeders Stakes. David Fitzpatrick was the surprise judge and it was won by the Coventry Pembrokes. This past summer at the Santa Barbara/Purina Pro Plan Breeder’s Showcase, the Coventry Pems won the whole showcase. In the four years competing the Coventry Pems have CONTINUED ON PAGE 230

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he only day of the year that the dog show world intersects with Catholic traditions is on October 4, the feast day of St. Francis, when cathedrals, churches and chapels open their doors for a blessing of the animals. Dogs are on their best behavior in the hushed sanctuaries as priests read out the centuriesold blessing and sprinkle holy water on their heads. In paintings, St. Francis is depicted with a sparrow on his hand. Sometimes a fawn stands by his side. The legend of St. Francis includes anecdotes of how he walked through woods and fields preaching to the birds. His mythos has become that of a kind of “animal whisperer” who truly communicated with creatures. A close friend has made a lifelong study of the history of the church so I asked him, “Was it a love of animals that led the new pope to adopt the name Francis?” “There’s no evidence of that,” he said. “It’s more likely he was drawn to St. Francis because of his radical repudiation of materialism, property, worldly success, and the values that motivate most people in most cultures to do what they do.” To people not involved

with pets, he explained, St. Francis is an icon of the rejection of worldly values like greed, lust, covetousness, rapacity, mercenariness, money-grubbing, insatiability, gluttony, intemperance, and self-indulgence. Popes pick a name to identify how they want their tenure in the papal office to be characterized. By taking the name Francis, the pope is rejecting the materialism and commercialism of the modern world and honoring a simple life without ornamentation or excess. As an example, he declined to live in the grand palace reserved for the papacy, choosing instead simpler apartments within the Vatican. The historian said that the new pope in his obiter dicta has supported ideas of environmentalism, but his attitude CONTINUED ON PAGE 263

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of Buenos  Aires,   Cardinal  Jorge  M ario  Bergoglio,   was  elected  to  take  his  place.   Dog fanciers were curious when the new pope took the name of the 13th century   friar,   St.   F rancis  of  Assisi,   because  he  is  known  as  the  patron  saint  of  animals.  

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In just a few months time he completed 2013 as the Number One Skye Terrier All Systems and Number Six Among D 33 & 34 All Terrier Breeds* Stepping out in 2014

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Reputed to be one of the last of the Willoughby Pugs.

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ne of the historic gems of England is Grimsthorpe Castle at Bourne in Lincolnshire which dates in part back to the 13th century. It is the seat of the Willoughby de Eresby family whose ancestry traces back to the first Baron Willoughby de Eresby who was born in 1260. Grimsthorpe has been home to the family since 1516, when it was granted by King Henry VIII to the 12th Baron Willoughby de Eresby on the occasion of his marriage to Maria de Salinas, lady-in waiting to Queen Catherine of Aragon.

Left - Nell; Right - Mops, the patent stock of the Willoughby Pugs.

The title is one of very few that passes through the female line and the present incumbent, Nancy Jane Marie Heathcote-DrummondWilloughby is the 28th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby. She is the granddaughter of the American, Nancy Langhorne, wife of the 2nd Viscount Aster and the first woman to sit as a Member of Parliament. Grimsthorpe Castle is still a private home but is open to the public during the summer. One of the hereditary offices held by the Willoughby de THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 130

Eresby family is Lord Great Chamberlain to the Palace of Westminster and housed in the state rooms at the castle for visitors to see are thrones and furnishings from the old House of Lords. Other treasures on view are paintings, furniture, tapestries and objects d’art, and for Pug lovers rare Meissen porcelain, early English porcelain and enamels and pictures, for both the castle and family have a long association with the breed. The Willoughby Pugs, as they became


Left - Boatswain; right - Nell; centre Rose who was a gift to Lady Willoughby de Eresby from Queen Victoria.

known, and those bred by Mr. C. the Indian Mutiny of 1857, Morrison of Walham Green, were and Othello, owned by Sir of the greatest importance from the Robert Brownrigg. year 1840 onwards. These are the Mops is shown playyears before the Kennel Club and ing with a ball in the right the keeping of detailed records, so hand foreground of the knowledge of where these families lithograph. A painting of acquired their dogs and breeding Mops with a ball is still with practices are sketchy. the family and this was It was the 22nd Lord Wilprobably copied by Derby loughby de Eresby and his wife when he did his sketch for who founded the Willoughby the lithograph. Mops and strain, but opinions vary as to Nell were among the parwhether they obtained two Rusent stock of the Willoughby sian-bred Pugs from a tight-rope Pugs and a painting of the walker named Blondin, or obtained two together was reproa dog from a Hungarian Countess duced in Stonehenge’s ‘The living in Vienna. Dogs of the British Islands’ With the impact the Willough1878. Nell was one of Lord by Pugs had on the breed pre the Willoughby de Eresby’s faformation of the Kennel Club in vourite Pugs who lived to the 1872, it is perhaps fitting that Lord grand old age of eighteen Willoughby de Eresby bred the ‘The Great Exhibition of the Pugs of all Nations and Fete given by and she features in another first Pug entered in the first volume painting, this time with a William Davenport Bromley, Esq. Thursday, May 30th 1850’. of Kennel Club Stud Book. Sadly dog named Toby. Beppo’s breeding is not given but Nell appears in a third he was owned by a Mr. H.C. Hodpainting, together with a dog son of Lichfield and his chief performances Pugs, Smut and Juba, helped him host the affair. Pictures of named Boatswain and a bitch named Rose who were a 3rd prize at Birmingham in 1871 and Pugs hang on the wall of the room in which the Pugs take tea is lying on a foot stool. She was presented to and there is a Pug clock on the mantlepiece, so was Bromley Lady Willoughby de Eresby in 1850 by Queen a 1st prize at Glasgow in 1872. One of the first visual references to a the first fanatical Pug collector? Victoria, herself a great Pug lover. The guest list was impressive. Mops and Nell, owned Willoughby Pug is in a lithograph from a What is thought to be one of the last of the sketch by C. Derby titled ‘The Great Exhibi- by Lady Willoughby de Eresby, sole heiress of the first and Willoughby Pugs was painted in 1877, the portion of the Pugs of all Nations and Fête given last Lord Perth; Nina, owned by her son the Hon. Alberic trait now hangs at Glyndebourne in East Sussex. by William Davenport Bromley, Esq. Thurs- Willoughby, later the 23rd Lord Willoughby de Eresby; The images reproduced here, together with day, May 30th 1850.’ Bromley, who was a Desdemona, owned by Viscountess Villiers, whose husband a host of other images of Pug art, appear in my Member of Parliament, had his London home became the 7th Earl of Jersey; Mungo, who was owned by book, ‘The Pug Heritage and Art’ published by in very fashionable Belgrave Place and his Lord Elphinstone, Governor of Madras and Bombay during BBPress www.bbpress.nl. THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 131


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Victorian painting was detailed and highly finished, Emms’ paintings were characterized by a bold painterly style. He quickly became known for his ability to capture the essence of a subject with seemingly effortless applications of paint. He soon gained a following among the sporting gentry of the day. This exhibition includes portraits of Foxhounds at rest and in the field. Also included are several paintings of Clumber Spaniels, a breed which was

developed at Clumber Park by the Duke and Duchess of Newcastle, horses, and Jack Russell Terriers, among many others. There are also several portraits of purebred dogs: the Princess de Montglyon’s Champion Collies, G. A. Latham’s Dandie Dinmont Terriers and Col. C. S. Dean’s Ch. Benham Busybody, perhaps the best known of all Manchester Terriers. The paintings in this exhibition are all available for purchase and all subject to prior sale. To view the entire exhibition: dogpainting.com/exhibition.cfm Special “Westminster Hours” Saturday, February 8 through Tuesday, February 11, 10-6pm Regular Gallery hours: Monday - Saturday, 10-5pm THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 141


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inning at these shows is accompanied by a prestigious Winner title that makes these shows a bit more special than others, attracting entries by the thousand. This year, three globally significant events took place on the same weekend – the Eukanuba World Challenge, Helsinki Winner and Amsterdam Winner, and that is probably the reason for the relatively small entry for the latter show – around 4,000 dogs in two days.

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Mieke Cooijmans, breeder and owner of Banana Joe, Westminster BIS, with one of her dogs and Israeli judge Ety Goor with her new puppy from this kennel.

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This year, another CACIB show was scheduled the day before the Winner, drawing an entry of 2,000 dogs and enabling owners to try and get additional qualifications for their dogs. As a first-time visitor to the event, the impression was of a wellorganized affair, with professional ring staff and a relatively laid-back atmosphere quite different from other large shows, perhaps even a bit too quiet.

The city of Amsterdam, as well as the show itself, was already festooned for Christmas and holiday spirit was in the air. The weather was not too bad, dreary but dry and not particularly cold. On Friday evening we went to a local night market that sold various hand crafted items, cheese, preserves and other presents and went back to the show the following morning with a festive feeling.

The organizing committee was new at its job since the former show committee chairman, Rony Doedijns, was appointed to a position in the Dutch Kennel Club. The new committee, headed by Hildeward Hoenderken, did its best to uphold the show’s 124-year tradition. Hoenderken told the press on the first day: “this is our first one-day allbreed show here and we began to organize it just 5 months ago. The Winner show has an entry of over 4,000 dogs and we are quite happy with it. There are several new ideas, including Dog Village aimed at the general public. Although we would have liked to have had all the breed clubs represented at this event, we do have 30 of them that will provide information about their breeds. CONTINUED ON PAGE 264

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Deputy Ted Dahlin and the late K9 Blek

Founder and Chair Kristi Schiller with her companion Johhny Cash

In late December, 2009 Kristi Schiller was watching the news in her home in Houston, Texas when she heard of a Deputy and his Czech-German Shepherd K9 that had chased three burglary suspects into a wooded area. The K9, Blek, didn’t make it out alive, but Deputy Ted Dahlin did, and the suspects were apprehended. Blek was a hero. Deeply moved, Schiller researched K9 partnerships in law enforcement agencies and was stunned to learn that due to budget cuts, there were hundreds of K9-trained law enforcement officers on duty without a dog because there was no money for additional K9s.That’s when Schiller, a mother, wife, daughter, social entrepreneur and philanthropist, went into action. CONTINUED ON PAGE 260 THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 149


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T IS INTERESTING to note that FOUR new exhibits, three of them bitches, have earned the distinction of having become new members of the 100 Club for the year 2013. The idea for this distinctive Club was developed by the late Sam Lawrence, who of course was the sponsor of many a top Best In Show award winner. Never before in the history of this recognition and since such records have been kept have four exhibits been so acknowledged. This year two of the winners are from breeds heretofore not represented in the past - a Miniature Pinscher and a German Wirehaired Pointer - while two of the four inductees were owned in whole or part by the same person, the GWP and the Wire Fox Terrier bitch. The victorious inductees, which accumulated 100 10 00 Be Best st in in Show Show CONTINUED ON PAGE 220

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100 CLUB MEMBERS GCh Ch Marlex Classic Red Glare - Miniature Pinscher GCh Ch After All Painting the Sky - Wire Fox Terrier GCh Ch Mt. View’s Ripsnorter Silver Charm - German Wirehaired Pointer GCh Ch Brighton Lakeridge Encore - Standard Poodle Ch. Casablanca’s Thrilling Seduction - Black Cocker Spaniel GCh. PalaceGarden Malachy— Pekingese GCh. J’Cobe Kemosabe Vigilante Justice - Smooth Fox Terrier Ch. Galilee’s Pure of Spirit-Giant Schnauzer Ch. Randenn Tristar Affirmation - Standard Poodle Ch. Roundtown Mercedes of Maryscot - Scottish Terrier Ch. Cookieland Seasyde Hollyberry – Pointer Ch. Smash JP Win A Victory – Toy Poodle Eng. Am. Ch. Yakee If Only – Pekingese Ch. Kaleff’s Genuine Risk-German Shepherd Dog Ch. Special Times Just Right – Bichon Frise Ch. Torum’s Scarf Michael – Kerry Blue Terrier Ch. Ta-Jon’s Tickle Me Silly – Maltese Ch. Ch. Kismets Sight For Sore Eyes-German Shepherd Dog Ch. Brunswig’s Cryptonite – Doberman Pinscher Ch. Registry’s Lonesome Dove – Wire Fox Terrier Ch. La-Shay’s Bart Simpson – Black Cocker Spaniel Ch. Lake Cove That’s My Boy – Standard Poodle Ch. Revelry’s Awesome Blossom – Lakeland Terrier Ch. Tryst of Grandeur - Afghan Hound Ch. Anasazi Billy the Kid – Welsh Terrier Ch. Altana’s Mystique – German Shepherd Ch. Galbraith’s Iron Eyes – Bouvier des Flandres Ch. Salilyn’s Condor – English Springer Spaniel Ch. Whisperwind On Carousel – Standard Poodle Ch. Galsul Excellence – Wire Fox Terrier Ch. Covy Tucker Hill’s Manhattan – German Shepherd Dog Ch. Braeburn’s Close Encounterm – Scottish Terrier Ch. Lo-Gin’s Kiss Me Kate – Standard Poodle Ch. Bangaway of Sirrah Crest – Boxer lnt. Ch. Chik T’Sun of Caversham – Pekingese Ch. Rock Falls Colonel – English Setter

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SPORTING GROUP 1 GCH CH Whistlestop’s Riley On Fire (F) Spaniels (Irish Water) T Urban/B Urban/G Siner 2 GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration With Traddles (M) Spaniels (Clumber) W Holbrook/B Dowd/A Jaramillo/M Capone/J 3 GCH CH Mt. View’s Ripsnortersilvercharm (M) Pointers (German Wirehaired) V Malzoni 4 GCH CH Promenade Pay It Forward (M) Spaniels (Field) J Chopson/J Schildman/N Kuhn 5 GCH CH Stargaz’R ‘N Wingfield Time Will Tell (M) Setters (English) D Coller/P Coller/E Hackett 6 GCH CH Chesterhope State Of T Art (F) Pointers J Mosing/J O’Neill 7 GCH CH Waterway Game Crk Hot Diggity JH (M) Spaniels (American Water) L Hattrem/J Hattrem/J Rose/S Rose/P Mett 8 GCH CH Summits Emery Its In The Bag (F) Retrievers (Golden) B Johnson/J Sedivec/K Sedivec 9 GCH CH Chesastar Hudson Bay RN (M) Retrievers (Chesapeake Bay) K Sosik/J Sosik 10 GCH CH Dogwdcreek’s La Vita E Belle (F) Pointers (German Shorthaired) L Duncan

HOUND GROUP 40843

33879

25949

18330

18126

17384

15130

14787

13376

13293

1 GCH CH Kiarry’s Pandora’s Box (F) 36093 American Foxhounds E Charles/L Miller 2 GCH CH Downhome Hitech Innovator (M) 26697 Harriers J Sanchez 3 GCH CH Tells Matrix Reloaded (M) 22617 Afghan Hounds M Galloway 4 GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss And Tell (F) 21313 Bloodhounds S Lacroix/H Whitcomb 5 GCH CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Bubbles Of Jatara (F) 19857 Salukis J Harrington/S Winsted/S Middlebrooks 6 GCH CH Exlysta Aries Ciel Noir (M) 14675 Afghan Hounds P Rooks/C Smith/P Schafmayer/S Ferraro 7 GCH CH Starline’s Oxford Victim Of Love (F) 12092 Whippets L Lawrence/C Lawrence/L Wilson 8 GCH CH Topsfield-Sanchu Eenie Meenie Miney Moe (M) 11802 Basset Hounds S Shor/C Orlandi/C Steidel 9 GCH CH Aberdeens Under The Influence (M) 11035 Otterhounds A Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine 10 GCH CH Windbourne Hd Ranch King Of The Road (M) 9913 Black and Tan Coonhounds S Campbell/C Rutten/T Skinner/S Skinner

WORKING GROUP 1 GCH CH Claircreek Impression De Matisse (M) Portuguese Water Dogs M Lint/P Helming/D Gottdenker 2 GCH CH Kenro’s Witching Hour (F) Giant Schnauzers R Greenslade/L Norton/D Hill 3 GCH CH Longo Miller N Lore’s Diamond Lil (F) Great Danes T Longo/J Miller/L Matherly/C Crawford 4 GCH CH Blackhawk Finnegan’s Wake (M) Standard Schnauzers L Studley/K Studley/L Green 5 GCH CH Cr - Wicca’s Trade Secret (M) Akitas A Bavaria/C Burke/T Bavaria/J Charnik 6 GCH CH Winfall I Dream Of Style (F) Boxers K Robbins/C Robbins/G Adkins/B Adkins/T 7 GCH CH Hi-Tech The King Of Sherry Shoot Jp (M) Boxers J Billhardt/S Tenenbaum/D Mccarroll 8 GCH CH Tiburon Arsenal (M) Doberman Pinschers J Dolan/A Dolan 9 GCH CH Tiburon Ariel Bella Dona (F) Doberman Pinschers M Moyer/T Moyer/K Drake/J Drake 10 GCH CH Snowmist’s Quicksilver Speigas (M) Siberian Huskies L Baryte/H Shimtzu

94187

46872

31384

26970

18046

17280

16884

15948

15154

14193

Top Ten In Group • Based On All-Breed Competition

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TERRIER GROUP

1 GCH CH Afterall Painting The Sky (F) Fox Terriers (Wire) V Malzoni/T Steele/S Olund/M Olund/D Rya 2 GCH CH Goldsand’s Columbus (M) Russell Terriers M Ulrich/C Areskough 3 GCH CH Shaireab’s Bayleigh Maid Of Honor (F) Welsh Terriers S Abmeyer/K Bailey/T Lee/X Xie 4 GCH CH Allaruth Just Kidding V Sole Baye (M) Miniature Schnauzers Y Phelps/R Ziegler 5 GCH CH Yarrow Venerie Ticket To Ride (M) Norfolk Terriers P Beale/J Beale 6 CH Cragsmoor Good Time Charlie (M) Skye Terriers V Malzoni/Cragsmoor Knl 7 GCH CH Crispy Legacy (M) Fox Terriers (Wire) A Agenta/D Eggert/J Eggert/A Astrom 8 GCH CH Larkspur Acadia Save Me A Spot (M) Lakeland Terriers A Barker/S Fraser/M Sacco 9 GCH CH Absolutely Talk Of The Town (F) Fox Terriers (Smooth) J Smith/E Boyes 10 GCH CH Joval Angel’s Whisper (F) Airedale Terriers V Rickard/J Rickard

TOY GROUP 107102

34964

25188

23575

14561

14042

13687

10923

10870

10698

1 GCH CH Marlex Classic Red Glare (F) Miniature Pinschers A Angelbello/L Monte 2 GCH CH Caper’s Sirius Endeavor (M) Pugs P Fisher/C Fisher/J Rowell/L Rowell 3 GCH CH Yakee Easily Persuaded (M) Pekingese S Middlebrooks/D Fitzpatrick 4 GCH CH Scylla’s Small Kraft Re-Lit (M) Maltese D Burke/R Scott/T Rowell 5 GCH CH Hill Country’s Tag I’M It (M) Pugs C Koch 6 GCH CH Involo The King Of Pop (M) Papillons M Mosing/G Garofalo 7 GCH CH Smash Jp Sakura (F) Poodles (Toy) R Scott/D Burke 8 GCH CH Lto Prosperity (M) English Toy Spaniels (King Charles & Ruby) R Cole/M Landers 9 GCH CH Cr Chase What Matters (M) Pomeranians C Solano 10 GCH CH Victory Spencer (M) Japanese Chin M Mc Cormick/M Cooley

TOP TEN ALL BREED

Based on All Breed Competition 1 GCH CH Afterall Painting The Sky Fox Terrier (Wire) V Malzoni/T Steele/S Olund/M Olund/D Rya 2 GCH CH Claircreek Impression De Matisse Portuguese Water Dog M Lint/P Helming/D Gottdenker 3 GCH CH Marlex Classic Red Glare Miniature Pinscher A Angelbello/L Monte 4 GCH CH Kenro’s Witching Hour Giant Schnauzer R Greenslade/L Norton/D Hill 5 GCH CH Whistlestop’s Riley On Fire Spaniel (Irish Water) T Urban/B Urban/G Siner 6 GCH CH Kiarry’s Pandora’s Box American Foxhound E Charles/L Miller 7 GCH CH Goldsand’s Columbus Russell Terrier M Ulrich/C Areskough 8 GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration With Traddles Spaniel (Clumber) W Holbrook/B Dowd/A Jaramillo/M Capone/J 9 GCH CH Longo Miller N Lore’s Diamond Lil Great Dane T Longo/J Miller/L Matherly/C Crawford 10 GCH CH Bugaboo’s Picture Perfect Old English Sheepdog R Scott/D Burke/C Johnson/H Johnson

(F) 68335 (F) 46872 (F) 40843 (F) 36093 (M) 34964 (M) 33879

68335

23627

20151

19579

18249

16902

16411

14986

14392

14264

1 GCH CH Bugaboo’s Picture Perfect (M) Old English Sheepdogs R Scott/D Burke/C Johnson/H Johnson 2 GCH CH Aubrey’s Tails Of Mystery (F) Cardigan Welsh Corgis C Savioli/V Savioli 3 GCH CH Coventry Allure At Wyndstar (F) Pembroke Welsh Corgis A Geremia/B Shelton 4 GCH CH Wolf Creek Galaxy Of Merivern (M) German Shepherd Dogs E Farrell/P Walker 5 GCH CH Grandgables The Frat Boy (M) Shetland Sheepdogs P Buckles/A Buckles/J Moses

29775

23227

2257

19741

14516

(F) 31384 (M) 29775

1 GCH CH Brighton Lakeridge Encore (F) Poodles (Standard) T Sosnoff/M Sosnoff 2 GCH CH Vogelflight’s Honor” To Pillowtalk” (M) Bichons Frises E Charles/K Vogel/M Abbott/P Abbott 3 GCH CH Kan Sing’s Tenzin (M) Tibetan Spaniels M Feltenstein 4 GCH CH Shine’s Deck The Halls (F) Chinese Shar-Pei D Cooper/R Cooper/L Teitelbaum/R Penteco 5 GCH CH Dawin Hearts On Fire (F) Poodles (Standard) L Campbell 6 GCH CH Saks Winning Card (M) Bichons Frises A Mackenzie/K Mackenzie/C Ruggles/K Hans 7 GCH CH Jade East Do You Know The Way To San Jose (F) Chinese Shar-Pei L Anders/E Minne/K Nijholt 8 GCH CH Mytoys Epic Against The Wind (M) Bulldogs D O’Connor/T Oconnor/L Scott/A Mcdearmon 9 GCH CH Jaset’s Satisfaction (M) Poodles (Standard) C Bailey/S Tompkins 10 GCH CH Del Zarzoso Salvame From Afterglow (M) Poodles (Standard) S Barnett/G Lindemann/M Gadsby/J Lynn

26942

20536

18436

16228

15966

15433

15099

11585

11214

9980

HERDING GROUP

(F) 107102 (M) 94187

NON SPORTING GROUP

6 GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Cool As A Cucumber (M) Briards T Miller/A Melton/D Dube/L Bernard 7 GCH CH Cordmaker Topsy Turvey (F) Pulik J Beaudoin/S Huebner/P Kelly 8 GCH CH Karizma’s Ike Of Edale (M) German Shepherd Dogs S Birch/S Birch/J Moses/S Moses 9 GCH CH Paray’s Preferential (M) Shetland Sheepdogs K Furlong/T Pittman 10 GCH CH Harmony Hill’s Money Talks (M) Australian Shepherds L Goetz/H Braddock

13694

13354

11263

10941

10246

CONTINUED ON PAGE 160

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The Dog News Top Ten List Presents

SPORTING Group BRITTANYS

1 GCH CH Rainbow Splashís Ruggedly Handsome C Douglas/J Andras/A Andras/K Hogan/A Co 2 GCH CH Brookewoodís Just Too Hot CDX MX MXB E Drazek/C Miller 3 GCH CH Star Flight Jumpin Jack Flash RN OA OAJ J Ceres 4 GCH CH Triumphantís As Good As It Gets JH L Mccartney-Roy/K Mccartney 5 GCH CH Marsport Hot To Ride Lucky Seven MH P Snider/L Snider 6 GCH CH Michís Mt Ready Aim Fire T Rickard/L Rickard/K Rickard/J Davies 7 GCH CH Sanbarís Ride The Winds R West/P West/C West 8 GCH CH Sovereignís Chasing Legends D Droel/J Droel 9 GCH CH Kabinaís Keep The Change A Wilkerson/K Sanchez 10 GCH CH Copley Paper Dragon E Ewart

POINTERS

Based on All-Breed Competition

Final 2013Statistics

1 GCH CH Chesterhope State Of T Art J Mosing/J OíNeill 2 GCH CH Oncore Mykyna Storm P Haines/T Haines/P Davis 3 GCH CH Chesterhope Miss DíArcy L Cayton/F De Paulo/D Ying 4 GCH CH Penpoint King Arthur K Bakker/L Stagg 5 GCH CH Seasyde Edgehill Heart Of Gold M Lane/H Medeiros/R Goldstein/J Johnston 6 GCH CH Bookstor Willy Wonka K Spey/H Spey/D Chan/S Morawiec 7 GCH CH Seasyde Dobeís Den In Fashion J Pahl/D Pahl/H Medeiros 8 GCH CH Soliviaís Like Fine Wine At Hipoint J Mirto/R Mirto 9 CH Soliviaís Dexterity At Skyhi J Krohn/M Krohn/S Thompson/K Brown 10 GCH CH Soliviaís Kalahari Of Marsuz C Green/S Thompson/D Brown/K Brown

POINTERS (GERMAN SHORTHAIRED) 1 GCH CH Dogwdcreekís La Vita E Belle L Duncan 2 GCH CH Stelorís Royalty Remembered D Stelmach 3 GCH CH Robin Crest Edelmarke Investigator T Feneis/T Depietro/C Trost 4 GCH CH Kan-Pointís Makiní The Chase R Stanley/R Stanley/L Coonrod 5 GCH CH Robin Crest Great Expectations R Remondi/R Remondi 6 GCH CH Ehrenvogel Say Cheese M Lara/C Swensson/G Hostetter/A Lester 7 GCH CH Skypointís Our River Runs Free F Del Prete/L Del Prete 8 GCH CH Ehrenvogel Key To My Heart CA A Lester/E Baldobino/M Lara 9 GCH CH Robin Crest Spectacular Bid JH J Hasart/R Remondi 10 GCH CH Starˇeldís Army Strong V Bulkley JH L Rhodes/S Herman

POINTERS (GERMAN WIREHAIRED) 1 GCH CH Mt. Viewís Ripsnortersilvercharm V Malzoni 2 GCH CH Mountain View National Acclaim N Paduch/P Paduch/B Stroh 3 GCH CH Heywire ëN Highˇeldís Hey Look Me Over JH P Kincaid/L Kincaid/B Brawn 4 GCH CH Harvest Meadowís Truth Be Told L Minnick/A Resnick 5 CH Daybreakís Morning Blend J Loken/K Loken/D Phillips 6 CH Hh Lookout Celtic Field Of Vision JH J Boyd/M Boyd/J Witt/E Shupp

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B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(M) 2 22 30 20 11 10944 (M)

0

6

10 18 8

5685

(M)

0

10 10 11 4

3343

(M)

0

3

5

9 3

3314

(M)

1

2

1

4 4

3230

(M)

0

1

3

6 4

2835

(M)

0

5

4

5 3

2797

(M)

1

5

0

1 2

1140

(M)

0

1

2

2 3

1063

(M)

0

0

2

1 4

967

(F)

14 62 17 12 7

17384

(F)

2

16 10 5 2

5067

(F)

0

6

5

7 2

3012

(M)

1

1

2

0 3

1496

(M)

1

3

6

2 1

1243

(M)

0

0

1

4 2

1187

(F)

0

2

0

2 0

1075

(M)

0

1

0

0 4

730

(M)

0

2

2

1 2

706

(F)

0

2

0

3 1

661

(F)

2 30 13 14 8

13293

(M)

0

4

7

4 2

3373

(M)

0

6

5

5 5

2965

(F)

0

1

8

5 5

2169

(M)

0

5

5

4 3

2145

(F)

0

3

6

6 6

1914

(F)

1

1

4

7 1

1479

(F)

0

4

3

2 5

1248

(M)

0

5

3

1 2

1237

(M)

1

4

1

1 1

1179

(M) 22 41 1 1 0

25949

(M)

2

12 9

6 10 7028

(F)

1

1

3

6 5

2406

(F)

0

0

3

5 4

1266

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

225

(F)

0

0

0

3 1

220


B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

6 CH Willametteís Bess Be ScoutíN S Sprinkle/J Sprinkle 8 GCH CH Darnelleís Makiní The Shot J Herrera/D Pusateri/L Napoli 9 CH Hawk Havens Go Daddyís Girl P Paduch/N Paduch 10 GCH CH Wirewick Dalliance JH R Wickes

RETRIEVERS (CHESAPEAKE BAY) 1 GCH CH Chesastar Hudson Bay RN K Sosik/J Sosik 2 GCH CH Albridens The Show Must Go On S Larson/D Baker 3 GCH CH Chesacolahardwoodbaltimoreraven G Sheetz 4 GCH CH Shiloahís Harvard Girl One Smart Spicy T Coene/S Grasso 5 GCH CH Spinnakers Kodiak Fisher JH C Kling 6 GCH CH Quailridgeís Top Dee O Gee Maximilian C Macina/C Macina 7 GCH CH Poisettís Doctor Mallard P Henshaw/A Henshaw 8 GCH CH Calicoís Colonial Rum Fire J Coutu/M Coutu 9 GCH CH Chesabarís Anyone Anyone T Dennis/D Glasser 10 GCH CH Desert Winds Eight Second Ride LSchisler/R Schisler

RETRIEVERS (CURLY-COATED)

1 GCH CH Down Datrail Hunting Thrills CD S Macre/D Akins 2 GCH CH Clarionís Blackberry Bramble J Gentry/P Gentry 3 GCH CH Kurly Kreek Artic Express S Shifˇett/M Shifˇett 4 GCH CH Riverwatch Grand Illusion M Meek/G Meek 5 GCH CH Kyraco Kyrabean Pirate CA M Morel

RETRIEVERS (FLAT-COATED)

1 GCH CH Heirborn Moor Bang For The Buck M Jonas/P Jonas/C Jonas/A Richter 2 GCH CH Destiny As Good As It Gets CDX JH E Mound 3 GCH CH Windy Hill Dance To The Music JH R Rickert/S Rickert/L Selof/M Bettis 4 GCH CH Feathurquest Moonlight Sonata R Morrill/R Briganti/M Shimizu/K Shimizu 5 GCH CH Timberblacís All Hands On Deck RN J Martin 6 GCH CH Beaconís Jesse James II C Zelbst 7 GCH CH Blazinís Joie De Vivre CDX JH D Bierer/S Bierer 8 GCH CH Fishercreek S A Star Is Born UD RN JH B Harrison/P Harrison 9 GCH CH Shannaraís Boston Legal W Heikes/M Burrows/T Spires 10 GCH CH Windsorís Chairman Of The Board C Ryberg/D Edwards/R Kulp/C Elder

RETRIEVERS (GOLDEN)

1 GCH CH Summits Emery Its In The Bag B Johnson/J Sedivec/K Sedivec 2 GCH CH Rush Hillís DramaíGeddon JH T Struble/M Struble/C Meddaugh 3 GCH CH Easthill Broxden Woodland Lettuce C Collins/J Supple/S Skilkoff/J Ovalle/A 4 GCH CH Trance Mission Jp Cunard Adventure T Tsumura 5 GCH CH Ventureís Boys N Toys T Mccray/A Heuslein 6 GCH CH Hillockís Bacardi CD RE T Tomlinson/C Ross/D Ross 7 GCH CH Steadmorís Take A Gander J Morasco/N Sherick 8 GCH CH Glaciers Ringing In The New Year C Martin\

(F)

0 0 0 0 2 220

(M)

0 0 1 0 0 184

(F)

0 0 0 0 1 133

(F)

0 1 0 0 0 113

TOTAL

9 GCH CH Regency Raise The Bet V Franchi/L Franchi/S Carpenter/L Ballar 10 GCH CH Emeryís White Out P Sherry/R Sherry/B Bischoff

RETRIEVERS (LABRADOR)

(M) 0 23 33 20 12 13376 (M)

1

4

9

4

6

3424

(M)

0

4

3

6

6

2400

(F)

0

1

5

4 9

1331

(M)

0

0

3

3

1

715

(M)

0

1

0

1 3

687

(M)

0

0

1

3

1

627

(M)

0

1

0

2

1

612

(M)

0

1

0

2

3

534

(M)

0

0

0

1

0

372

(M) 0 2 7 5 5 3523 (M)

0

4

4

4 2

1230

(M)

0

0

1

3 4

854

(F)

0

0

0

1 2

707

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

72

(M) 1 5 4 6 3

2051

(M)

0

1

4

5

3

1857

(F)

0

3

3

4

2

1462

(F)

1

1

2

2

0

1364

(M)

1

2

0

5

1

700

(M)

0

0

2

3

5

590

(M)

0

1

2

2

1

589

(M)

1

1

0

0 1

460

(M)

0

1

0

1

0

458

(M)

0

0

2

1

0

440

(F) 8 37 16 16 3 14787 (M)

7

22

8

3

2

12350

(M)

0

6

9

12

7

5331

(M) 0 10 14 6 3 4250 (M)

1

6

8

4

4

3028

(M)

0

0

3

3

6

1573

(M)

1

2

2

1

1

1423

(F)

0

0

2

3

7

1373

1 GCH CH Tande Grand Finale J Bowman-Cashman/K Cashman 2 GCH CH Frakariís Kool As Kiefer C Fisher/L Weiss 3 GCH CH Tampa Bay & Snobo Gusty Seas Batten E Elliott/L Hess 4 GCH CH Big Skys Augustus JH B Bridges 5 GCH CH Eversoís Elephants & Flowers JH S Perrine 6 GCH CH Beechcroft Midnight Roseís Baccara M Wiest/M Wiest 7 GCH CH Casbarís A Hart Act To Follow J Moore/D Ammerman 8 GCH CH Premiereís Ice Cold & Hot Wired I Jackson 9 GCH CH Briarwoodís Eye On The Prize M Henricks/S Sellers/P Sellers 10 GCH CH Broyhill Naughty Knickers B Nowak/K Nowak/K Jacobson

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(F)

0

2

3

3

3

1293

(M)

0

1

1

5

2

1277

(M) 0 3 3 2 3 1417 (M)

0

1

1

3 2

1332

(M)

0

0

1

4 2

1150

(M)

0

0

4

3 0

960

(F)

0

0

1

4 1

903

(F)

0

1

1

1 0

657

(M)

0

1

1

0 0

634

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

595

(M)

0

0

1

3 2

593

(F)

0

0

1

1 0

562

RETRIEVERS (NOVA SCOTIA DUCK TOLLING) 1 GCH CH Pikkinokkaís Lightning Bug S Einck-Paul/N Mages 2 GCH CH Javahill Surf2 An 8 Second Ride BN K Schultze/L Fitzmaurice/A Pasko 3 GCH CH Roanedenís IntíL Harvester R Jones/C Jones 4 GCH CH Lennoxlove Susqudillaís Mini Cooper CD RN R Haskin/P Campanella/M Waterstreet/J Ha 5 GCH CH Tollerpride Gathering Storm J Gordon/H Gordon/R Fearon 6 GCH CH Kdís Tens Are Wild CD J Knight/D Nichols 7 GCH CH Princess Cut Diamond Beekauz CD RN JH S Kauzlarich/K Kauzlarich/D Kauzlarich 8 GCH CH Foxvale Foxbrooke Dare To Cruise K Lawless/J Lawless 9 GCH CH Pikkinokka Gift Of Moonboots M Niquidet 10 GCH CH Foxvale Avatar Best Of Times D Gibbs

SETTERS (ENGLISH)

1 GCH CH StargazíR ëN Wingˇeld Time Will Tell D Coller/P Coller/E Hackett 2 GCH CH Aerdenís Pretty In Pink JH L Engel/R Miller/V Ciaravino/B Silbernag 3 GCH CH Lochlomondís Wrapped Up In You JH S Kuniansky/F Neal 4 GCH CH SetíR Ridgeís Dirty Dancing M Newman/J Gray/P Gray 5 GCH CH Linwood Resoluteís New Beginning RN CGC R Lloyd/W Lloyd 6 GCH CH Sagebrushís Simply Irresistible J Harris 7 GCH CH Wyndsweptís Reˇection Of The Heart D Mack/S Costa 8 GCH CH Stardom Country Squire Liviní In The D Jordan/S Jordan/D Jauron 9 GCH CH Palisades B52 M Dorward 10 GCH CH SetíR Ridgeís Imagin The Future D Scott/M Newman

SETTERS (GORDON)

1 GCH CH Hollyhunt Take A Chance On Me M Hunsinger/C Hunsinger 2 GCH CH Sandpiperís Castles In The Air D Grant/J Beattie/D Snyder/P Reilly 3 GCH CH Sastyaís Eleven Eleven W Leonard/M Leonard 4 GCH CH Buteoís Midnight Silence A Johnson-Edwards/C Edwards 5 GCH CH Saranac Toblerone E Fisher/W Fisher

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(M) 3 13 16 15 14 10848 (M)

0

2

6

9 6

3116

(M)

0

0

2

1 4

1258

(M)

0

0

0

3 7

1205

(M)

0

0

0

3 3

1169

(M)

0

0

0

1 2

504

(F)

0

0

1

0 4

400

(M)

0

1

0

1 0

351

(M)

0

0

0

1 3

344

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

253

(M) 6 42 28 16 5

18126

(F)

2

19 16 8 9

7413

(M)

1

8

3

5 5

3835

(M)

0

6

9

6 5

3076

(M)

0

1

5

12 4

2485

(M)

0

3

10 2 2

2317

(M)

0

4

3

4 2

2237

(M)

0

3

7

2 2

1836

(M)

0

0

2

9 3

1628

(F)

0

1

3

4 0

1284

(F) 4 19 4 10 6 8807 (M)

0

7

10

10

8

7171

(M) 2 11 14 8 4 5827 (M)

0

4

1

5

4

1277

(M)

0

1

3

4

4

1124

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Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition CONTINUED FROM PAGE 161

6 GCH CH Bran Linn Talisman C Bell/J Bell/N Maounis 7 GCH CH Willowglenís In The Midnight Hour D Burton 8 GCH CH Mcq Time To Crank It Up C Cazier/D Cazier 9 GCH CH Amberloveís Are We A Pair? JH C Kushell 10 GCH CH Albannach A Knightís Tale JH K Parke/E Desimone/T Albers/A Albers

SETTERS (IRISH RED AND WHITE) 1 GCH CH Aramis Farms High Road To Killary D Peterson/J Zawikowski 2 GCH CH Tullamore Tofˇ JH A Jones 3 GCH CH Mizen Duchas Dilis JH J Baumgartner 4 Paterjay Ari Di Luna A Jones 5 GCH CH Laurel Oak Santana Heart Of Red Rocks A Lonardi/S Lonardi

SETTERS (IRISH)

1 GCH CH Northwinds First Reign R Arch/J Arch/D Keane/N Keane 2 GCH CH Crimsonacre Wind Chime R Perry 3 GCH CH Militzaís My Cherie Amour T Mcneal/R Mcneal/K Wall/J Fisher 4 GCH CH Evergreen Good Intentions M Merlo 5 GCH CH Militzaís Glamorous Attire M Foote/B Foote/J Fisher/K Wall/T Mcneal 6 GCH CH Vermilionís Sea Breeze M Foote/B Foote 7 GCH CH Cairncross Concierge With Tullane M Hills/C Hills/C Paine/R Berggren 8 GCH CH Bluerose Phantasmagorical D Hyman/M Hyman 9 GCH CH Abbeylane Tramore Above The Limit D Michaelson/B Rasmussen 10 GCH CH Chamberlaynes Mutiny OíCaptiva C Cooper

SPANIELS (AMERICAN WATER)

1 GCH CH Waterway Game Crk Hot Diggity JH L Hattrem/J Hattrem/J Rose/S Rose/P Mett 2 CH Kei-Rinís Bandida De Offshore K Hayes 3 GCH CH Ca- Beavercrkís Best Kpt Secret RN CGC L Thorsness 4 CH Nissopís Vesi Koira D Possin 5 CH Kei-Rinís American Honey P Kozak/K Kozak 6 Aspen Springs Mountain Zephyr B Stuart/L Stuart

SPANIELS (BOYKIN)

1 GCH CH Hollow Creekís Texas Trace G Hurley/P Watts 2 CH Top Gun Keeping Faith JH J De Angelo 3 GCH CH Texas Trace Yellow Rose RN CGC M Machala/G Hurley 4 CH Texas Trace Hunter G Copeland/M Copeland 5 GCH CH Pocotaligoís Nama Karoo MH JHR C Gebhard/K Parkman

SPANIELS (CLUMBER)

1 GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration With Traddles W Holbrook/B Dowd/A Jaramillo/M Capone/J 2 GCH CH Nexus Total Eclipse S Miller/C Miller/J Fankhauser/B Freeman 3 GCH CH Cajunís A Change Is Gonna Come P Holman/M Cole/R Froman 4 GCH CH Chiffon Revolution A Ries/D Wahman

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(M)

0

0

1

1 1

474

(M)

0

1

0

0 1

317

(M)

0

0

1

1 1

262

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

221

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

159

(M) 0 0 1 2 2

523

(F)

0

0

0

0 2

482

(M)

0

0

1

1 2

246

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

147

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

90

(M) 1 15 11 12 6

8507

(F)

0

8

5691

(F)

2

15 6

4 1

3958

(M)

0

6

2

7 3

2505

(M)

1

5

3

3 2

2363

(M)

0

4

3

0 1

2086

(M)

0

5

4

4 3

2079

(M)

0

3

2

3 3

2014

(M)

0

2

5

2 3

1888

(M)

0

0

3

4 0

1244

11 5 8

(M) 4 32 22 13 18 15130 (F)

0

0

2

1 2

337

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

191

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

124

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

98

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

35

(M) 0 0 1 1 1

306

(F)

0

0

1

0 1

132

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

50

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

48

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

41

(M) 21 86 22 17 12 33879 (M)

2

14 16 14 14 8259

(M)

0

2

1

7 8

1306

(M)

0

0

1

2 4

886

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

5 GCH CH Nexus Dark Horse P Mccune/T Mccune 6 GCH CH Clumon Ragin Cajun At Breakaway J Scott/D Starr/R Moss 7 GCH CH Shogunís Im It N Thats That BN RN JH D Marquart 8 CH Clussexx Freddie The Frog D Bach/J Haverick 9 GCH CH Breakawayís Stevedoreîî D Fitzpatrick/P Holman/M Cole 10 GCH CH Nexus Locksley Point Of No Return K Hamaker/M Van Dyke/J Fankhauser

SPANIELS (COCKER) ASCOB

1 GCH CH Trinityís Tucked Under His Wing S Gray/S Dobmeier 2 GCH CH Blt Into The Wild B Lou/T Lam 3 GCH CH Aspireís Semper Paratus C Rosales/L Rosales 4 GCH CH PíGell N Blt Bonus Bucks C Kelley/P Kelley 5 GCH CH HiTrails Clouds In My Eyes K Fairey 6 GCH CH Be-Fitís N Arikara Too Hot To Touch C Thompson/P Nazarko/D Christian 7 GCH CH Mardi Gras La Dolce Vita R Logrie 8 GCH CH Jems May The Force Be With You J Stamm/D Rosenblum/S Rosenblum 9 GCH CH Showtime My Lady Jane D Harris/C Harris 10 GCH CH Aspireís Semper Forte M Wilson/D Wilson

0

1

3

1 2

700

(M)

0

0

0

0 4

361

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

287

(M)

0

0

3

1 0

261

(M)

0

1

2

2 3

247

(M)

0

0

0

1 2

215

(M) 1 1 6 6 10 4251 (M)

0

1

1

6 1

1092

(F)

0

0

1

2 4

863

(M)

0

1

0

3 0

570

(M)

0

1

1

1 0

463

(F)

0

0

1

0 3

461

(M)

0

2

1

2 0

423

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

392

(F)

0

0

0

2 2

336

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

274

SPANIELS (COCKER) BLACK

1 GCH CH Mario N Beechwoodís Midnight Express CGC (M) F Charest/C Charest/M Ragusa/P Ragusa 2 GCH CH Pbjís Fearless (F) B Pruitt/M Pruitt 3 GCH CH Ashdownís Time To Thrill (M) G White Jones/B Van Deman/C Douglas 4 GCH CH Casablancaís Thrilling Seduction (M) L Moore/B Van Deman/C Douglas/M Walker 5 GCH CH Tamraís N Positively Over The Top (M) M Walls/J Newton 6 GCH CH Sovranís Aranjuez (M) A Santos/M Buckley 7 GCH CH Korean Crystal Palace The Apple Of My (F) J Sarkisian 8 GCH CH Amik-Creek Swiped By Marshens (M) A Morgante/H Armour/M James 9 GCH CH Bib ëNí Tux Born This Way (F) B Warren 10 GCH CH Avalonsˇrst I Am The One (M) B Santos/M Santos

SPANIELS (COCKER) PARTI

1 GCH CH Conquestís This Is It! M Torres-Young 2 GCH CH Monthavenís The Birdcage J Montanelli 3 GCH CH Sherwood & Lomapoint Captain Crunch J Bjelland/K Olsen 4 GCH CH Bodegaís Big Man On Campus L Lareau/A Del Sol 5 GCH CH Monthavenís And The Band Played On J Montanelli 6 GCH CH Sherwood N Winchesterís The Thunder Rolls D Eastham/K Hampton 7 GCH CH Vivace Jp C. Gold Vega Y Tsuemura 8 GCH CH Flair-Rill N Tri-Pod Speed Trap K Tukua/D Podratz 9 GCH CH Tsunamiís Curtain Call I Tsvetkova 10 GCH CH Afterglow Tristar H Cole/S Roberts

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TOTAL

(M)

1 8 12 5 6

6563

1

11 6

5 7

4628

0

10 8

3 3

2586

1

2

2

1 0

2360

0

3

4

3 8

1626

0

1

2

4 2

1225

0

0

1

4 3

866

0

0

2

2 2

865

0

2

0

1 4

483

0

0

0

0 3

443

(F)

0 9 13 7 11 5216

(M)

0

1

4

4 5

1051

(M)

0

1

0

1 3

469

(M)

0

0

2

0 1

440

(M)

0

1

0

2 5

414

(M)

0

0

1

0 1

397

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

374

(M)

0

0

1

1 1

360

(F)

0

0

0

0 2

340

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

275


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition SPANIELS (ENGLISH COCKER)

1 GCH CH Foxwoods Dublin Diva K Lyons/D Mauterer ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇíˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇíˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

SPANIELS (ENGLISH SPRINGER)

1 GCH CH Ocoee Dsqd With A Vengeance M King/K Lorentzen/B Breese/L Kiener 2 GCH CH Hil-N-Don & Canyonwood Seemore Of Me S Pelissero/J Crouch 3 GCH CH Cerise Dixieland Duchess A Summerfelt/D Cherry 4 GCH CH Cerise Sentinel D Cherry/K Kirk 5 GCH CH Telltale American Ride C Florence/D Strong/R Novack/B Fink 6 GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova E Kerfoot/C Florence/D Streng/E Fink/R N 7 GCH CH Winamere N Goldcamp Simply Dî Bestî G Mccain/L OíConnor 8 GCH CH Segreís Brown Derby BN RA OA OAJ D Larson/M Mizelle 9 GCH CH Suncoast Wil-Orion Anticipation S Zuker/K Milne/N Siver 10 GCH CH Legacy Random Titleist R Mockoviak/S Mockoviak/K Fitzgerald

SPANIELS (FIELD)

1 GCH CH Promenade Pay It Forward J Chopson/J Schildman/N Kuhn 2 GCH CH Sandscape Pardon Me Boys G Perry/C Dooley/N Bunch 3 GCH CH Tamarackís Race You To Calico S Thornhill/B Hirschy/S Snyder-Work 4 GCH CH Pemberleyís Night Prowler BN RN OA NAP D Stover 5 GCH CH Killaraís Grand Idea RA A Eley/K Balinski 6 GCH CH Promenade Pierce The Veil J Schildman/C Carroll 7 GCH CH Killara Ono! The British Are Coming CA H Fiedler/K Balinski/D Fiedler 8 GCH CH Karomilís Marbled Pumpernickel RN C Goodell 9 GCH CH Nauticaís Got Game R Ertle/D Brewer 10 GCH CH Uplandís Rocketsí Red Glare L Blaser/B Spencer

SPANIELS (IRISH WATER)

1 GCH CH Whistlestopís Riley On Fire T Urban/B Urban/G Siner 2 GCH CH Whistle Stopís Wind On The Water M Cummings 3 GCH CH Whistlestopís Fire & Ice S Duncan/C Mcdaniel/C Shelby 4 CH Beauˇeldís Boundary Waters At Pooleís Ide B Kvarnlov/G Siner/D Patterson 5 GCH CH Pooleís Ide Got Water RN S Duncan/C Mcdaniel/C Shelby/G Siner 6 GCH CH Pooleís Ide Reversal Of Fortune T Urban/B Urban/G Singer

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

(F)

TOTAL

1 11 18 24 10 10229

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇ

(M) 4 18 12 8 7

8402

(M)

1

24 16 11 10 8318

(F)

0

13 15 15 9

7540

(M)

0

14 14 7 3

5859

(M)

3

4

0

0 0

5188

(M)

3

6

0

1 0

4589

(M)

0

3

14 9 9

3611

(M)

1

9

5

3 7

3481

(F)

0

3

3

6 8

3290

(M)

0

3

4

3 4

3090

(M) 8 33 13 13 12 18330 (F)

0

5

17 9 8

7028

(F)

0

1

0

2 1

763

(M)

0

0

1

2 3

752

(F)

0

0

1

0 2

479

(M)

0

0

1

1 3

291

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

197

(M)

0

0

1

0 1

185

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

161

(M)

0

1

1

1 0

101

(F)

26 81 32 10 5

40843

(F)

1

11 13 7 9

7897

(F)

0

4

8

3 0

4511

(M)

2

2

2

2 4

1997

(M)

0

0

2

2 0

660

(M)

0

2

1

1 0

604

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

7 GCH CH Mallyree Here Comes The Son RN A Getchell/P Manus/P Getchell 8 GCH CH Whistle Stopís The Wind On Fire G Siner 9 GCH CH Navaroneís Back In Black RN CGC P Von Bacho/L Baglia 10 CH DíLocks Honeydukes Hogan RE M Williams-Marter

SPANIELS (SUSSEX)

1 GCH CH Remedi Maritime Criminalintent A Morris/K Booth 2 GCH CH Sundowners Orion Coast To Coast JH J Clendenon/D Clendenon/C Cooper/A Coope 3 GCH CH Companionway Sutton It Had To Be You C Holt 4 GCH CH Heís Simply Godivaís Duck Chocolate D Engbertson/M Henderson/S Caniff 5 GCH CH Terrelineís Little Tug Of Old North Wharf C Peterson/M Peterson 6 GCH CH Wild Cherry Remedi In My World E Heiple/D Miller 7 GCH CH Kamand Tangled Up In Blue K Toner/A Toner 8 CH Lexxˇeld Stonybeck Bob J Hepper 9 GCH CH Companionway-Sutton Mandolin Wind L Carver/R Carver 10 GCH CH Chatapa Jason And The Argonauts R Valenzano/C Valenzano

SPANIELS (WELSH SPRINGER)

1 GCH CH Trystyn Statesman Cactus Blue S Doss/S Doss/M Riese-Bassel/S Holmes 2 GCH CH Clussexx Rolyarts Payola NAJ S Marx 3 GCH CH Rolyartís Tale-Gator C Ford/S Traylor 4 GCH CH Clussexx WiníThrop Loves Springtime J Haverick/D Massey 5 GCH CH Ivywildís Seven Blessings D Sakach/R Sakach 6 GCH CH Statesmanís Kenducky Derby M Helms/P Gilson 7 GCH CH Holly Houseís Making Waves RN TD S Roth/A Legare 8 GCH CH Royailes Willem Of Windsor R Burgess/S Burgess/N Carlton/G Carlton 9 GCH CH Holly House Gryfˇndor RE S Merriken/A Legare 10 GCH CH Farhillís Liberte M Hilliard

SPINONI ITALIANI

1 GCH CH Javal Tangerine Man J Austad/K Norton 2 GCH CH Belaís This Time Itís Hudson P Miller/L Miller/K Miller 3 GCH CH Javal IíM Movin On To Hootwire BN RN CGCA D Perrott/S Knipe 4 GCH CH Amico Pelosoís Double Dare You C Fritts/L Kunz 5 GCH CH Brier Creeks Ophelia Del Fredo JH R Koch 6 GCH CH Quattro Zampe Micca JH T Turner 7 GCH CH Sweetbriarís Excalibur Niccolo Massimiliano D Cooker/D Graff 8 GCH CH Couchˇelds Giulia At Carpe Diem S Hudson/M Brustein/D Brooks 9 GCH CH Lancettaís The Heart Of Rock & Roll J Joens/M Fornens-Joens 10 Collina DíOro Honky Tonk Woman S Belt/A Kinney/T Kinney

VIZSLAS

1 GCH CH Regal Point Pinnacle Of Kilauea JH D Verret/S Rushing/D Sullivan/S Middlebr

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TOTAL

(M)

0

0

1

1 0

578

(F)

0

1

0

0 0

242

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

214

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

108

(F)

0 0 0 1 4

1161

(M)

0

2

2

1 2

730

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

677

(M)

0

0

0

2 0

453

(M)

0

1

0

0 1

428

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

385

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

366

(M)

0

0

0

2 2

358

(M)

0

0

0

0 3

338

(M)

0

2

0

1 1

311

(M) 3 9 2 1 1

4552

(M)

1

2

4

3 9

3030

(F)

0

2

8

5 3

1369

(M)

0

1

2

0 4

975

(M)

0

0

0

4 1

846

(M)

0

3

3

4 3

806

(M)

0

0

1

1 3

686

(M)

0

0

1

3 2

643

(M)

0

0

2

0 1

523

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

257

(M) 0 1 1 4 5

1664

(M)

0

2

7

4 2

1216

(M)

0

0

1

1 0

471

(M)

0

0

0

1 2

462

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

313

(F)

0

0

2

0 2

309

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

256

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

228

(M)

0

0

2

0 0

184

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

101

(M) 0 19 20 11 17 7780 CONTINUED ON PAGE 172


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Sporting Group Brittanys

880 GCH CH Brookewoodís Just Too Hot CDX MX MXB E Drazek/C Miller 813 GCH CH Triumphantís As Good As It Gets JH L Mccartney-Roy/K Mccartney 767 GCH CH Rainbow Splashís Ruggedly Handsome C Douglas/J Andras/A Andras/K Hogan/A Co 593 GCH CH Michís Mt Ready Aim Fire T Rickard/L Rickard/K Rickard/J Davies 539 GCH CH Sanbarís Ride The Winds R West/P West/C West 499 GCH CH Star Flight Jumpin Jack Flash RN OA OAJ (M) J Ceres 387 GCH CH Copley Paper Dragon E Ewart 379 GCH CH Marsport Hot To Ride Lucky Seven MH (M) P Snider/L Snider 234 GCH CH Dogwood Hollow Little Surfer Girl G Clements/G Clements/C Mika 209 GCH CH Brittís Rambliní The Perfect Cut J Larson/N Larson/K Schoppa

Pointers

350 GCH CH Chesterhope Miss DíArcy L Cayton/F De Paulo/D Ying 241 GCH CH Chesterhope State Of T Art J Mosing/J OíNeill 240 CH Soliviaís Desiderata D Brown/K Brown/S Thompson 220 GCH CH Bookstor Willy Wonka K Spey/H Spey/D Chan/S Morawiec 180 GCH CH Soliviaís Like Fine Wine At Hipoint J Mirto/R Mirto 166 GCH CH Oncore Mykyna Storm P Haines/T Haines/P Davis 149 GCH CH Creeksydeís Heartbreaker G Griffin/J Walton/K Rath 84 GCH CH Black Alder Archer Mayor P Kroll 69 GCH CH Seasyde Fashion Avenue H Medeiros/J Griffith/H Griffith 67 GCH CH Soliviaís Kalahari Of Marsuz C Green/S Thompson/D Brown/K Brown

Pointers (German Shorthaired)

1361 GCH CH Dogwdcreekís La Vita E Belle L Duncan 809 GCH CH Kan-Pointís Makiní The Chase R Stanley/R Stanley/L Coonrod 804 GCH CH Robin Crest Edelmarke Investigator T Feneis/T Depietro/C Trost 605 GCH CH Stelorís Royalty Remembered D Stelmach 480 GCH CH Starfieldís Army Strong V Bulkley JH L Rhodes/S Herman 459 GCH CH De Lombardie Bulkley Solstice L Cere/G Hostetter/C Cunningham 452 GCH CH Robin Crest Great Expectations R Remondi/R Remondi 439 GCH CH Ehrenvogel Say Cheese M Lara/C Swensson/G Hostetter/A Lester 437 GCH CH Skypointís Our River Runs Free F Del Prete/L Del Prete 392 GCH CH Homesteaderís Star Burst JH A Vitarius/B Vitarius/N Campbell

Pointers (German Wirehaired) (M) (M) (M) (M) (M)

(M)

(F) (F)

(F) (F) (F) (M) (M) (F) (F) (M) (F) (F)

(F) (F) (M) (M) (M) (F) (M) (F) (F) (M)

635 GCH CH Mountain View National Acclaim N Paduch/P Paduch/B Stroh 200 GCH CH Mt. Viewís Ripsnortersilvercharm V Malzoni 127 GCH CH Harvest Meadowís Truth Be Told L Minnick/A Resnick 76 GCH CH Neudorfís Cool Hand Luke Afterhours F Newwirth/C Whitmore 57 GCH CH Ebbtide Lookout Gambler JH A Summerfelt/G Persinger/H Huber/F Funde 55 GCH CH Heywire ëN Highfieldís Hey Look Me Over JH P Kincaid/L Kincaid/B Brawn 51 GCH CH Geronimoís Goddess V Dazzle J Steffes 40 GCH CH Aimn Hi Jet Stream RN MH CGC K Gunnarson/L Gunnarson 35 CH Hh Lookout Celtic Field Of Vision JH J Boyd/M Boyd/J Witt/E Shupp 32 GCH CH Hh Lookoutís Cherryfield S Oehlers

Retrievers (Chesapeake Bay)

739 GCH CH Chesastar Hudson Bay RN K Sosik/J Sosik 300 GCH CH Chesacolahardwoodbaltimoreraven G Sheetz 256 GCH CH Albridens The Show Must Go On S Larson/D Baker 250 GCH CH Hardwoodís Full House V Bartnicki/J Ohrnberger 205 GCH CH Calicoís Colonial Rum Fire J Coutu/M Coutu 173 GCH CH Quailridgeís Top Dee O Gee Maximilian C Macina/C Macina 154 GCH CH Poisettís Doctor Mallard P Henshaw/A Henshaw 151 GCH CH Irishís Robert Garcia Depadua T Jennings/J Jennings 131 GCH CH Shiloahís Harvard Girl One Smart Spicy T Coene/S Grasso 116 GCH CH Spinnakers Kodiak Fisher JH C Kling

Retrievers (Curly-Coated)

179 GCH CH Down Datrail Hunting Thrills CD S Macre/D Akins 139 GCH CH Kurly Kreek Artic Express S Shifflett/M Shifflett 100 CH Amberleaís Faultline Rattle BN RA CGC W Reed 68 GCH CH Riverwatch Grand Illusion M Meek/G Meek 51 GCH CH Kyraco Kyrabean Pirate CA M Morel 47 GCH CH Charmstar Travels With Ghislaine CAA M Morris 32 GCH CH Clarionís Blackberry Bramble J Gentry/P Gentry 28 GCH CH Walden Farmís Zoot Suit Riot RN J Siebecker 18 CH Sun Devil Bohemian Rhapsody Ordered By The L Rush 14 GCH CH Fullcircle Gale Force BN RN JH CA J Harms/W Harms

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Retrievers (Flat-Coated)

628 GCH CH Timberblacís All Hands On Deck RN J Martin 382 GCH CH Bertschire Horse Power JH A Holsinger/K Goulding 335 GCH CH Destiny As Good As It Gets CDX JH E Mound 306 GCH CH Wind Dancerís Kick A Little K Forni 298 GCH CH Windy Hill Dance To The Music JH R Rickert/S Rickert/L Selof/M Bettis 238 GCH CH Bertschireís Triple Play BN PCD RAE AX R Morton/B Griffin/A Holsinger 199 GCH CH Moonlight Wish Upon A Star RN R Morrill/S Morrill/P Briganti/R Brigant 172 GCH CH Gamekeeperís Medal Of Honor RA SH OA R Rickert/M White/L Lowy/M White 167 GCH CH Westlawn Free Born Man E Fino/D Fino 165 GCH CH Feathurquest Moonlight Sonata R Morrill/R Briganti/M Shimizu/K Shimizu

Retrievers (Golden)

2975 GCH CH Summits Emery Its In The Bag B Johnson/J Sedivec/K Sedivec 2218 GCH CH Easthill Broxden Woodland Lettuce C Collins/J Supple/S Skilkoff/J Ovalle/A 2124 GCH CH Rush Hillís DramaíGeddon JH T Struble/M Struble/C Meddaugh 1656 GCH CH Ventureís Boys N Toys T Mccray/A Heuslein 1619 GCH CH Trance Mission Jp Cunard Adventure T Tsumura 1207 GCH CH Shadowlandís Paws For Applause At Tristar S Dominke/M Honari 926 GCH CH Pennylane Jansun Justin Credible J Jesberger 922 GCH CH Hillockís Bacardi CD RE T Tomlinson/C Ross/D Ross 730 GCH CH Glaciers Ringing In The New Year C Martin 692 GCH CH Regency Raise The Bet V Franchi/L Franchi/S Carpenter/L Ballar

Retrievers (Labrador)

1462 GCH CH Gatewayís Nothiní But Trouble V Creamer/M Creamer 1341 GCH CH Frakariís Kool As Kiefer C Fisher/L Weiss 961 GCH CH Epochís Moccasin Joe C Skiba 908 GCH CH Big Skys Augustus JH B Bridges 692 GCH CH Tabathaís Sunfest Decker L Parschauer/K Parschauer/C Heidl/N Nive 645 GCH CH Briarwoodís Eye On The Prize M Henricks/S Sellers/P Sellers 637 GCH CH Eversoís Elephants & Flowers JH S Perrine 613 GCH CH Belquest Deep Run Easy Peasy P Giroux/S Moses/J Moses 562 GCH CH Rosewater Babalu A Berarducci/R Harkow 552 GCH CH Tampa Bay & Snobo Gusty Seas Batten E Elliott/L Hess

Retrievers (Nova Scotia Duck Tolling) 392 GCH CH Javahill Surf2 An 8 Second Ride BN K Schultze/L Fitzmaurice/A Pasko 386 GCH CH Pikkinokkaís Lightning Bug S Einck-Paul/N Mages

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221 GCH CH Tollerpride Gathering Storm J Gordon/H Gordon/R Fearon 178 GCH CH Princess Cut Diamond Beekauz CD RN JH (F) S Kauzlarich/K Kauzlarich/D Kauzlarich 137 GCH CH Lennoxlove Susqudillaís Mini Cooper CD RN R Haskin/P Campanella/M Waterstreet/J Ha 108 GCH CH Foxvale Avatar Best Of Times D Gibbs 104 GCH CH Hawks Nest Divine Providence RN CA R Kurth/M Martin/C Kurth 103 GCH CH Starway Keeper Of The Stars V Anderson/L Smith/K Audette 100 GCH CH Vermilionís RamíNjamíN Rosco Of Tnt CD RN H Hietapelto/K Koebensky-Como 77 GCH CH Aqueus Walks On Water OA OAJ OAP AJP (M) W Johansen/D Bannasch

Setters (English)

1260 GCH CH StargazíR ëN Wingfield Time Will Tell D Coller/P Coller/E Hackett 572 GCH CH Sagebrushís Simply Irresistible J Harris 316 GCH CH Aerdenís Pretty In Pink JH L Engel/R Miller/V Ciaravino/B Silbernag 294 GCH CH Sleepy Hollowís Scarlett O Hara J Mowery/L Mowery 250 GCH CH Wyndsweptís Reflection Of The Heart D Mack/S Costa 248 GCH CH Legends Love Potion No. Nine F Carisle/J Carlisle 241 GCH CH Linwood Resoluteís New Beginning RN CGC R Lloyd/W Lloyd 240 GCH CH Palisades B52 M Dorward 204 GCH CH Lochlomondís Wrapped Up In You JH S Kuniansky/F Neal 182 GCH CH Oakleyís BíDazzled E Strickland/J Strickland

Setters (Gordon)

720 GCH CH Hollyhunt Take A Chance On Me M Hunsinger/C Hunsinger 703 GCH CH Sandpiperís Castles In The Air D Grant/J Beattie/D Snyder/P Reilly 657 GCH CH Sastyaís Eleven Eleven W Leonard/M Leonard 289 GCH CH Saranac Toblerone E Fisher/W Fisher 225 GCH CH Buteoís Midnight Silence A Johnson-Edwards/C Edwards 129 GCH CH Amberloveís Are We A Pair? JH C Kushell 83 GCH CH Grizzís Angus Firestorm N Warchant CGC D Hamilton/S Hamilton 75 GCH CH Bluewinís Wild Wild West CD D Ellis/N Ellis 72 GCH CH Amberlove The One That I Wanted For L Ward/T Ward/R Schwiegerath 65 GCH CH Sunrunners Untouchable B Young-Tompkinson

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GCH CH Mizen Duchas Dilis JH J Baumgartner GCH CH Tullamore Toffi JH A Jones GCH CH Aramis Farms High Road To Killary D Peterson/J Zawikowski GCH CH Nyastarís Theif Of Hearts Of Riverun K Miller/S Hazen/K Ramirez

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GCH CH Nyastarís Bright Flame Burning K Miller/T Sexton GCH CH Paterjay Analita T Orcutt/C Orcutt/Z Orcutt GCH CH Tymaran Masterful L Derosa/S Derosa Paterjay Ari Di Luna A Jones CH Nyastarís Dirty Little Secret K Miller/J Holt CH Shireoak Crimson Ice B Steinheimer/M Steinheimer/G Harrison/L

Setters (Irish)

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773 GCH CH Vermilionís Sea Breeze M Foote/B Foote 694 GCH CH Crimsonacre Wind Chime R Perry 670 GCH CH Northwinds First Reign R Arch/J Arch/D Keane/N Keane 558 GCH CH Darnelleís Pennies From Heaven M Higby 457 GCH CH Danciní Prelude To Winter JH S Folts 383 GCH CH Militzaís My Cherie Amour T Mcneal/R Mcneal/K Wall/J Fisher 307 GCH CH Antares Bobby Jones M Goeke/P Goeke 254 GCH CH Jadestar Rifleman C Brewer/J Smith 243 GCH CH Abbeylane Tramore Above The Limit D Michaelson/B Rasmussen 238 GCH CH Cairncross Concierge With Tullane M Hills/C Hills/C Paine/R Berggren

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GCH CH Waterway Game Crk Hot Diggity JH L Hattrem/J Hattrem/J Rose/S Rose/P Mett CH Aspen Springs Northern Star RN D Parker/F Parker Beavercreekís Mystic Firestorm RATN CGC L Thorsness/L Mcgrath/H Pemble CH Aspen Springs Blazing Sun D Parker/F Parker GCH CH Beavercreekís Chance Of A Life Time RATN L Thorsness/H Pemble GCH CH Ca- Beavercrkís Best Kpt Secret RN CGC L Thorsness CH Carolinaís Running With The Hare BN RN SH JHR L Mccracken CH Kei-Rinís Bandida De Offshore K Hayes Aspen Springs Mountain Zephyr B Stuart/L Stuart GCH CH Beavercreekís Secret Celebration RN RATN L Mcgrath/L Thorsness/H Pemble CH Aspen Springs Ursa Major D Parker/F Parker

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113 GCH CH Pocotaligoís Nama Karoo MH JHR C Gebhard/K Parkman 75 GCH CH Hollow Creekís Texas Trace G Hurley/P Watts 63 GCH CH Texas Trace Vega G Copeland/M Copeland 54 GCH CH Texas Trace Yellow Rose RN CGC M Machala/G Hurley

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GCH CH Texas Trace Skipper K Johnston/G Copeland CH Top Gun Keeping Faith JH J De Angelo CH Larleyís Keeper Of The Code D Deloatch/N Deloatch GCH CH Hollow Creekís Jagger Meister G Copeland GCH CH Thornhillís Sula Of Heronwyck JHR L Kern CH Larleyís Shake Rattle And Roll P Knudsen/H Davis

Spaniels (Clumber)

495 GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration With Traddles W Holbrook/B Dowd/A Jaramillo/M Capone/J 214 GCH CH Nexus Total Eclipse S Miller/C Miller/J Fankhauser/B Freeman 124 GCH CH Clumon Ragin Cajun At Breakaway J Scott/D Starr/R Moss 84 GCH CH Chiffon Revolution A Ries/D Wahman 62 GCH CH Breakawayís Stevedoreîî D Fitzpatrick/P Holman/M Cole 60 GCH CH Clussexx Kingís Ransom T Shores/M Merritt/J Haverick 56 GCH CH Whitehawk Nonsuch Wessex C L Sidorovich/V Simmonds 56 GCH CH Nexus Dark Horse P Mccune/T Mccune 55 GCH CH Jazzinís Shake A Tail Feather M Morris/C Jaynes/C Brannon 43 GCH CH Lake Desireís James Pattersonís The Gift C Wiseman/J Wiseman

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Spaniels (Cocker) ASCOB

679 GCH CH Trinityís Tucked Under His Wing (M) S Gray/S Dobmeier 348 GCH CH Aspireís Semper Paratus (F) C Rosales/L Rosales 325 GCH CH Jems May The Force Be With You (M) J Stamm/D Rosenblum/S Rosenblum 152 GCH CH Blt Into The Wild (M) B Lou/T Lam 151 GCH CH Be-Fitís N Arikara Too Hot To Touch (F) C Thompson/P Nazarko/D Christian 143 GCH CH Creekridge Eye Wanna Be A Rock Starr (M) C Bredenbeck/F Bredenbeck 120 GCH CH St. Hubertís N Stanfield Farms Double Talkin (F) P Bigsby 112 GCH CH Showtime My Lady Jane (F) D Harris/C Harris 109 GCH CH Silverhall Strike Force (M) R Beinhauer/C Cohn 103 GCH CH Kaplarís Heartsong (M) L Henson

Spaniels (Cocker) Black (M) (M) (F) (F)

503 GCH CH Mario N Beechwoodís Midnight Express CGC (M) F Charest/C Charest/M Ragusa/P Ragusa 437 GCH CH Pbjís Fearless (F) B Pruitt/M Pruitt 347 GCH CH Sovranís Aranjuez (M) A Santos/M Buckley 271 GCH CH Casablancaís Thrilling Seduction (M) L Moore/B Van Deman/C Douglas/M Walker 241 GCH CH Ashdownís Time To Thrill (M) G White Jones/B Van Deman/C Douglas 225 GCH CH Tamraís N Positively Over The Top (M) M Walls/J Newton

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192 GCH CH Bib ëNí Tux Born This Way B Warren 171 GCH CH Homespunís Winchester J Boote/L Boote 147 GCH CH Quasar - Midnightís On The Money K Flanders 130 GCH CH Amik-Creek Swiped By Marshens A Morgante/H Armour/M James

Spaniels (Cocker) Parti

503 GCH CH Conquestís This Is It! M Torres-Young 428 GCH CH Monthavenís The Birdcage J Montanelli 215 GCH CH Ka-Sa-Raís Positively Priceless K Korab/H Hesskew 181 GCH CH NosoweaíN Wibís New Brew-Who Knew! J Thorp 152 GCH CH My-Ida-Ho N Jems Captain E Ross/S Gerling 129 GCH CH Sherwood & Lomapoint Captain Crunch J Bjelland/K Olsen 121 GCH CH Lynn Dís TurníN To The Dark Side D Swier/J Mcnelly 109 GCH CH Jems Going For The Knockout J Stamm 105 GCH CH Pinecliffís Naughty Little Angel L Gaertner 104 GCH CH Tsunamiís Curtain Call I Tsvetkova

Spaniels (English Cocker)

933 GCH CH Foxwoods Dublin Diva K Lyons/D Mauterer 717 GCH CH Nonnies No Doubt J Gerrish/V Umpleby 474 GCH CH Blackstone Very Vassar E Courtney/A Howard/J Torres 416 GCH CH Majestic Sweet Apple French Martini K Belter/D Belter/N Sweet 397 GCH CH Fieldstone Carousel Hellís Kitchen K Florentine/C Kirby 375 GCH CH Dawnglow Knight Rider E Neff/S Laflamme/B Hendrick 299 GCH CH Jolyn N Indigoís Rions Flag E Matuk/L Dobbins/C Bono/C Schlecht 200 GCH CH Edgewood Devilish Design S Loritz/B Threlfall 168 CH Dawnglow Ebonwoodís Whirlaway P Janzen/J Kaul 157 GCH CH Indigoís Quintessential Solution L Dobbins/C Bono/M Dobbins

Spaniels (English Springer)

1240 GCH CH Ocoee Dsqd With A Vengeance M King/K Lorentzen/B Breese/L Kiener 993 GCH CH Cerise Dixieland Duchess A Summerfelt/D Cherry 856 GCH CH Winamere N Goldcamp Simply Dî Bestî G Mccain/L OíConnor 851 GCH CH Hil-N-Don & Canyonwood Seemore Of Me S Pelissero/J Crouch 822 GCH CH Suncoast Wil-Orion Anticipation S Zuker/K Milne/N Siver 624 GCH CH Cerise Sentinel D Cherry/K Kirk 441 GCH CH Seaviewís Too Busy Being Fabulous D Van Vorst/C Florence/B Fink/R Novack 373 GCH CH Legacy Random Titleist R Mockoviak/S Mockoviak/K Fitzgerald 342 GCH CH Segreís Brown Derby BN RA OA OAJ D Larson/M Mizelle 314 GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova E Kerfoot/C Florence/D Streng/E Fink/R N

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Spaniels (Field)

358 GCH CH Sandscape Pardon Me Boys G Perry/C Dooley/N Bunch 272 GCH CH Pemberleyís Night Prowler BN RN OA NAP D Stover 99 GCH CH Karomilís Marbled Pumpernickel RN C Goodell 72 GCH CH Promenade Pierce The Veil J Schildman/C Carroll 72 GCH CH Killaraís Grand Idea RA A Eley/K Balinski 68 GCH CH Winfarthing Pride & Prejudice RN SH S Haskell/J Zachow/G Kofron 57 GCH CH Killara Ono! The British Are Coming CA H Fiedler/K Balinski/D Fiedler 27 GCH CH Cabot N Seabreeze Night Train To Wicksford S Meachem/L Carver/D OíNeil/D Mccrae 26 GCH CH Promenade Pay It Forward J Chopson/J Schildman/N Kuhn 22 GCH CH Wolftreeís Painted Rock S Miller 22 GCH CH Nauticaís Got Game R Ertle/D Brewer

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103 GCH CH Riversideís Remington Magical Gun R Sieranski/P Nardone/C Wrenn/A Wrenn 92 GCH CH Holly Houseís Making Waves RN TD S Roth/A Legare 85 GCH CH Rolyartís Tale-Gator C Ford/S Traylor 81 GCH CH Avalonís All Hallows Eve Perseus J Lowry 81 GCH CH Farhillís Liberte M Hilliard 72 GCH CH Clussexx WiníThrop Loves Springtime J Haverick/D Massey 72 GCH CH Trystynís State Secret P Williamson/R Williamson/S Holmes

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Spaniels (Irish Water)

269 GCH CH Whistlestopís Riley On Fire (F) T Urban/B Urban/G Siner 138 GCH CH Whistlestopís Fire & Ice (F) S Duncan/C Mcdaniel/C Shelby 75 GCH CH Whistle Stopís Wind On The Water (F) M Cummings 59 CH Beaufieldís Boundary Waters At Pooleís Ide (M) B Kvarnlov/G Siner/D Patterson 54 GCH CH Mallyree Here Comes The Son RN (M) A Getchell/P Manus/P Getchell 48 GCH CH Navaroneís Back In Black RN CGC (M) P Von Bacho/L Baglia 33 GCH CH Nawedshoe Dawns Early Lite O Freedom CGC (M) P Chapman 28 CH Archwave A Shot Of Irish Mist (F) S Shanahan 25 GCH CH Waterfordís Anything You Want (F) S Ensign 24 GCH CH Pooleís Ide Reversal Of Fortune (M) T Urban/B Urban/G Singer

Spaniels (Sussex)

137 GCH CH Wild Cherry Remedi In My World E Heiple/D Miller 78 GCH CH Companionway Sutton It Had To Be You C Holt 60 GCH CH Remediís Deep In The Heart T Launder/B Launder 57 GCH CH Kamand Tangled Up In Blue K Toner/A Toner 54 GCH CH Heís Simply Godivaís Duck Chocolate D Engbertson/M Henderson/S Caniff 49 GCH CH Sundowners Orion Coast To Coast JH J Clendenon/D Clendenon/C Cooper/A Coope 48 GCH CH Chatapa Jason And The Argonauts R Valenzano/C Valenzano 42 GCH CH Clussexx Pink Polka Dots MH P Petraglia/C Yankowski/J Haverick 38 GCH CH Remedi Maritime Criminalintent A Morris/K Booth 37 GCH CH Terrelineís Little Tug Of Old North Wharf C Peterson/M Peterson

Spaniels (Welsh Springer)

392 GCH CH Trystyn Statesman Cactus Blue S Doss/S Doss/M Riese-Bassel/S Holmes 170 GCH CH Clussexx Rolyarts Payola NAJ S Marx 130 GCH CH Sagaís Winsome Watson RN CGC J Cooley 107 GCH CH Ivywildís Seven Blessings D Sakach/R Sakach

190 GCH CH Amico Pelosoís Double Dare You C Fritts/L Kunz 114 GCH CH Couchfields Giada At Dry Grass M Brustein/J Brustein/D Brooks 78 GCH CH Nine Gates Matilda J Kennard 72 GCH CH Javal Tangerine Man J Austad/K Norton 72 GCH CH Belaís This Time Itís Hudson P Miller/L Miller/K Miller 63 GCH CH Collina DíOro Get Off Of My Cloud CGC S Belt/D Cannon/J Hileman 58 GCH CH Brier Creeks Ophelia Del Fredo JH R Koch 54 GCH CH Darby Canyon Mick Jagger D Cannon/L Williams Stanton 53 GCH CH Quattro Zampe Micca JH T Turner 45 GCH CH Lancettaís The Heart Of Rock & Roll J Joens/M Fornens-Joens

Vizslas

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2261 GCH CH Regal Point Pinnacle Of Kilauea JH D Verret/S Rushing/D Sullivan/S Middlebr 691 GCH CH Jaybrenís Irish Star J Brennan/J Brennan 583 GCH CH Solaris Tuzes Paprika JH CA A Gilliam/M Szechenyi/B Kirven/R Murphy 518 GCH CH Tamaronís Tag YouíRe It L Westerbeck/T Westerbeck 472 GCH CH Loracís CapíN Jack Sparrow S Nakamura/W Sommerfelt/C Sommerfelt 401 GCH CH Nyircsaszari Szilva Palinka JH S Kerr 361 GCH CH Grouse Point Semper Fi Pretty In Pink C Miklos/T Lucas/R Bernstein 278 GCH CH HRQ Guess Whoís In Trouble JH OA OAJ C Meacham/S Sibley 277 GCH CH Jenís Penny Tamaron Tianaís Perfect Alibi D Helms/C Helms/N Guarascio/T Westerbeck 274 GCH CH Just Spike JH L Busch

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1488 GCH CH Doc Ní Camelotís Heaven Can Wait S Thomas 759 GCH CH Simpatico Equal Justice J Martin/J Logan/R Goularle 615 GCH CH Silhouetteís All Revved Up C Cassidy/B Cassidy 504 GCH CH Unityís Bzyfeet Laverne Defazio G Mclogan/V Ruiz/A Tourond 449 GCH CH Diamond Mk The Eagle Has Landed M Wilson/N Lane 440 GCH CH WiníWeimís Itís My Grey Goose D Massey/S Line 264 GCH CH Rosewin Clasic Schwin Of Anson P Sage/A Sage/M Gearhart/W Gearhart 234 GCH CH Camelotís The Best Of Times II J Sherry/S Thomas 191 GCH CH Naniís So What B Shepard/C Grisell

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179 GCH CH Frost Oak N Quantrels Git R Done N Todd

Wirehaired Pointing Griffons

166 GCH CH Whiskeytown Brandewyn SH K Rogney/G Rogney 134 GCH CH Firesideís Riding High SH S Martin 128 GCH CH Kyloeís Trekking Kb Amstel JH J Resler/J Riederer 109 GCH CH Bear Hug Fire In The Hole JH L Carroll/M Carroll 81 GCH CH Firesideís Hollow Crown Elsy W Marlow/P Marlow 73 GCH CH Marquis Bear Hug Blue Fireworks CA M Dozier/S Dozier 61 GCH CH Wyncliffís Dark Shadow R Baggenstos/D Baggenstos 49 CH Chukar Well Dressed Sharpshooter CD RN JH T Korthals 47 GCH CH Firesideís Mother Of Pearl M Tuttle/C Tuttle 44 GCH CH Whiskeytown Chibuku J Tucker/K Rogney

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Hound Group

Afghan Hounds

1331 GCH CH Tells Matrix Reloaded M Galloway 1317 GCH CH Exlysta Aries Ciel Noir P Rooks/C Smith/P Schafmayer/S Ferraro 711 GCH CH Elmoís Martian Chronicles C Harker 490 GCH CH Mahali Arriva Sandpiper J Baukus/D Cooley/S Neill/L Schanzle/J P 473 GCH CH Thaonís Wallstreet J Hafford/J Blanchard/D Rogers/J Rogers/ 344 GCH CH Mayaís Mockingbird C Rahaman/A Rahaman/K Bunce 223 GCH CH Boanneís Thunderation A Evans/G Evans/B Blewett/G Ullom/L Mill 223 GCH CH Karakush Storm In A D-Cup D Sorey/S Fisher/B Clark 219 GCH CH Jolie Orion J Taylor/J Taylor 189 GCH CH Jakar An Affair Most Wicked B Warren

American English Coonhounds 41 39 17 14 3 1

GCH CH Color Me Bad Double Stuff Oreo A Alexander GCH CH Moonlightís Most Wanted J Spieth/S Spieth CH Kentucky Mtn Diamond Cutter P Jessup GCH CH Alexanders Color Me Bad Ginn A Alexander IíM A Diamond Of A Peach J Green Color Me One Rotten Peach A Alexander/J Green

American Foxhounds

191 GCH CH Kiarryís Pandoraís Box E Charles/L Miller 43 GCH CH Dunstan Tucker G Shultz 22 GCH CH Crossroads Just Right Joe A Whitfield 17 GCH CH Devlonís Fame And Fortune K Kendall/D Leonard/K Leonard 15 GCH CH Kiarryís Foolish Pride D Deonofrio

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CH Tallyho Jade D Leonard/K Leonard CH Hillwoodís Matilda S Grossman Hillwoodís Jackson S Grossman CH Tri County Crossroads Calaminty Jane A Hodges CH Kiarry & Deluxe Adamís Rib R Lux/J Lux

Basenjis

688 GCH CH Jasiri-Sukari Win Tin Tin J Jones/K Jones/C Kok 445 GCH CH Ahmahr Nahrís Halleleujah Makes A Joyful J Behles/R Walley 403 GCH DC Atarasiís DíLucks Edition SC N Sherman/N Scherwin 347 GCH CH Meisterhaus Happy Hour At Signet T Kirstein/T Huff 303 GCH CH Akuaba N Eldorado Betcha By Golly Wow! P Geoffroy/S Lund/S Coe 272 GCH CH Jokuba C-Quest First Round Knock Out R Bowen/C Russell 191 GCH CH Sirobe Egotistical Rosewood B Phifer 176 GCH CH Illusionís Stairway To Heaven T Reed/B Reed 133 GCH CH Ab Day Trip To Tanza-Jamaa SC CA J Sheldon/P Fragassi/T Rollins 124 GCH CH Berimo Cavalia P Marshall

Basset Hounds

743 GCH CH Topsfield-Sanchu Eenie Meenie Miney Moe S Shor/C Orlandi/C Steidel 365 GCH CH Topsfield-Sanchu Bibidy-Bobidy-Boo C Orlandi/C Steidel 277 GCH CH Barnyard 3 Oaks Spark Of Hope C Lane/V Mcmackin/C Star/P Harder 265 GCH CH Splashís Riverboat Gambler J Nolan/B Nolan/J Nolan/W Nolan 251 GCH CH Gypsyís Pert ëNeerí Perfect K Collier/D Hagy 242 GCH CH Fort Merrill Brunswick J Urban/A Costilla 231 GCH CH Ingramís Martha D Ingram/H Ingram 202 GCH CH Kahl Me Foxglenís Cool Dude B Kahl 167 GCH CH Olde Fashion Affare DíAmore Italiano B Berger/J Baetz 165 GCH CH Castlehillís Ace In The Hole At Sasquatch S Dok/J Dok/T Whitney/T Whitney

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Beagles (13 in. and under)

474 GCH CH BougainíE Naughty-N-Lovely Alvin (M) S Adungchongruk/S Ott 321 GCH CH Encoreís Rerun Of Roirdan (M) C Kaplan/C Herr/T Nesmith/E Dziuk 270 GCH CH Vinla-Cabaretís Gold Standard (M) S Ayers/K Brooks 119 GCH CH Barristerís Diamonds Are A Girlís Best Friend (F) B Manifold/S Robblee 98 GCH CH Sarananís Sweet Sensation (F) N Prideaux/P Schmelkin 76 GCH CH Kinsglo Road To Rhode Island (M) R Johnson/S Houle 61 GCH CH Vinlaís L.A.Ink (F) J Lux/K Brooks 54 CH Mtn Brook Sterling B (M) C Marlow/P Marlow 50 GCH CH Hidden Dreams Premier Cru (F) L Mcpherson 49 GCH CH We-Fuss Whoís At Riverrun (F) D Severns/M Severns/C Luetkens

Beagles (over 13 in.)

546 GCH CH Bridgehillís Mr. Masonís Misbehaviní D Milke/G Milke 333 GCH CH Legacy Buschís Bold And Brave C Busch/W Busch/M Martin 329 GCH CH Tashtins Lookin For Trouble L Crandlemire/K Crandlemire/B Cavanaugh/ 323 GCH CH Lokaviís Battle Flag Of The South J Bell/L Norman 235 GCH CH Daniel Boon (Pelaez) F Trigueros 225 GCH CH Honeypotís Poetry In Motion D Wolf/A Wolf 181 GCH CH XíPlorerís Destiny Done It L Bryson/R Ott/P Kanchana 179 GCH CH K-Runís We Could Have Had It All Around K Weichert/J Rodes 161 GCH CH Jabrwokiís A Canterbury Tail S Robblee/B Robblee 140 GCH CH Lochnaw Black Tie Affair N Adams/E Goldstein

Black and Tan Coonhounds

138 GCH CH Windbourne Every Handís A Winner A Mitchell 108 GCH CH Foxfire Full Force Gale A Mcilwaine/R Urban 100 GCH CH Jazzman Comebacker Z Bolin 96 GCH CH Bayaway Jerseyís Due Process Of Law G Rezendes/D Rezendes/J Stora 93 GCH CH Windbourne Hd Ranch King Of The Road S Campbell/C Rutten/T Skinner/S Skinner 76 GCH CH Kalanís Ramblin Rose Of Oak Hill O Owens/A Willard/K Willard 24 GCH CH Jazzman Southern Pacific Big Boy J Magenau/Z Bolin 24 GCH CH CCH Wyeast Willow Of Orion-Redsea B Warner/M Finch/V Redditt 16 CH Winbourne Time To Rock E Mccarthy/S Campbell 15 CH CCH Windbourne Like A Rock S Campbell 15 CH Kosnikís Black It Is What It Is J Kosnik 15 CH Jazzman Never Count Your Money A Magenau/J Magenau

Bloodhounds

529 GCH CH Flessnerís International SíCess S Vancamp/H Helmer/Z Helmer 405 GCH CH Quiet Creekís Kiss And Tell S Lacroix/H Whitcomb 175 GCH CH Soonipi Friends In Low Places Mlh K Dewey/S Katos 157 GCH CH Flessnerís International Space Station At J Mcdonald 114 GCH CH The Magpieís Sophisticated Lady C Kaminski 113 GCH CH Badgershill Muldoon Of Heather L Sherman 70 GCH CH I Get A Kick Out Of You At The Magpie K Briglia/Z Helmer/K Berestecky/C Kamins 46 GCH CH Quiet Creekís Windfall K Hansen/M Hansen/S Hamil/L Burch 45 GCH CH You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby At M Thompson/C Kaminski 40 CH Benthe Of Joyful Happiness T Winkley

(M) (M) (F) (M) (M) (M) (M) (M) (M) (M)

(M) (F) (M) (M) (M) (F) (M) (F) (M) (M) (F) (F)

(M) (F) (M) (M) (F) (M) (M) (M) (M) (F)

Bluetick Coonhounds 84 45 43

GCH CH CCH Charwin Fairmont Sweet Society Blue (F) C Woods/T Kastner GCH CH Live Oaks Call Me Kryptonite (M) S Lloyd CH CCH Plum TreeíN Hootchy Cootchy (M) P Bodeving/K Bodeving/J Duby/D Duby CONTINUED ON PAGE 200

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2 GCH CH Solaris Tuzes Paprika JH CA A Gilliam/M Szechenyi/B Kirven/R Murphy 3 GCH CH Nyircsaszari Szilva Palinka JH S Kerr 4 GCH CH Jaybrenís Irish Star J Brennan/J Brennan 5 GCH CH Tamaronís Tag YouíRe It L Westerbeck/T Westerbeck 6 GCH CH Jakraís Flirtn With Fifty Shades D Pedersen/J Koch 7 GCH CH Cinnabarís Sasco Finale K Stookey/S Potocik 8 GCH CH Grouse Point Semper Fi Pretty In Pink C Miklos/T Lucas/R Bernstein 9 GCH CH Classic That Girl CD C Cline/P Lane/M Folley/S Cabral 10 GCH CH Loracís CapíN Jack Sparrow S Nakamura/W Sommerfelt/C Sommerfelt

WEIMARANERS

1 GCH CH Doc Ní Camelotís Heaven Can Wait S Thomas 2 GCH CH Simpatico Equal Justice J Martin/J Logan/R Goularle 3 GCH CH Silhouetteís All Revved Up C Cassidy/B Cassidy 4 GCH CH Diamond Mk The Eagle Has Landed M Wilson/N Lane 5 GCH CH Unityís Bzyfeet Laverne Defazio G Mclogan/V Ruiz/A Tourond 6 GCH CH WiníWeimís Itís My Grey Goose D Massey/S Line 7 GCH CH Colsidex Made Off With The Money JH J Cook 8 GCH CH Poets Bossa Nova Baby CA A Stowell/N Lillehamer 9 GCH CH Camelotís The Best Of Times II J Sherry/S Thomas 10 GCH CH Rosewin Clasic Schwin Of Anson P Sage/A Sage/M Gearhart/W Gearhart

WIREHAIRED POINTING GRIFFONS

1 GCH CH Firesideís Riding High SH S Martin 2 GCH CH Wyncliffís Dark Shadow R Baggenstos/D Baggenstos 3 GCH CH Firesideís Mother Of Pearl M Tuttle/C Tuttle 4 GCH CH Firesideís Rio Grande JH CGC E Hunsicker/J Scheck 5 GCH CH Bear Hug Fire In The Hole JH L Carroll/M Carroll 6 GCH CH Whiskeytown Brandewyn SH K Rogney/G Rogney 7 GCH CH Kyloeís Trekking Kb Amstel JH J Resler/J Riederer 8 GCH CH Bear Hug High Explosive M Potter/L Carroll/M Carroll 9 GCH CH Stonehenge Spontaneous Flashpoint Of L Rogers/J Rogers/S Martin 10 GCH CH Stonehenge Spontaneous Will-Oí-The Wisp D Conner-Wood

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

(M)

0

3

6

5 7

2309

(F)

0

1

2

9 5

2112

(M)

0

3

4

7 5

2012

(M)

0

2

9

3 1

1974

(F)

0

3

3

2 1

969

(M)

1

2

0

0 1

879

(F)

0

1

2

2 1

837

(F)

0

0

3

0 4

615

(M)

0

0

1

1 3

605

(M) 3 23 13 10 14 12134 (F)

0

8

26 21 11 10594

(M)

0

5

6

7 8

3277

(M)

0

8

3

4 5

2815

(F)

0

5

5

5 6

2618

(M)

0

4

5

7 4

2397

(M)

0

0

4

2 1

576

(F)

0

2

0

1 0

454

(M)

0

0

0

2 0

417

(F)

0

1

1

1 0

414

(M) 0 0 7 3 11 2444 (F)

0

1

3

2 4

2014

(F)

0

0

2

1 4

868

(M)

0

2

0

1 1

832

(M)

0

1

0

0 3

359

(F)

0

0

0

2 1

318

(M)

0

0

2

2 0

300

(M)

0

1

1

3 0

275

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

197

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

173

HOUND Group AFGHAN HOUNDS

1 GCH CH Tells Matrix Reloaded M Galloway 2 GCH CH Exlysta Aries Ciel Noir P Rooks/C Smith/P Schafmayer/S Ferraro 3 GCH CH Thaonís Wallstreet J Hafford/J Blanchard/D Rogers/J Rogers/ 4 GCH CH Elmoís Martian Chronicles C Harker 5 CH Xandali Bon Vivant C Fairleigh/L Robertson

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(M) 11 73 23 11 10 22617 (M)

10 43 29 15 7

14675

(M)

2

12 4

2 1

4839

(M)

1

20 18 15 8

4647

(M)

1

2

2149

3

0 0

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

6 GCH CH Jakar An Affair Most Wicked B Warren 7 GCH CH Mayaís Mockingbird C Rahaman/A Rahaman/K Bunce 8 GCH CH Mahali Arriva Sandpiper J Baukus/D Cooley/S Neill/L Schanzle/J P 9 GCH CH Regimes Thriller Of Elmo R Godfrey/M Viveiros 10 GCH CH Zen-Pahlavi You AiníT Seen Nothing Yet JC E Klosson/K Wagner

AMERICAN FOXHOUNDS

1 GCH CH Kiarryís Pandoraís Box E Charles/L Miller 2 GCH CH Dunstan Tucker G Shultz 3 GCH CH Kiarryís Foolish Pride D Deonofrio 4 CH Tallyho Jade D Leonard/K Leonard 4 GCH CH Kiarryís Back In The Saddle E Charles/L Miller 6 CH Crossroads Josieís Dunwishin J Rathbun/T Mulhausen 7 GCH CH Kiarryís Rag Doll A Alexander/H Miller/L Miller 8 GCH CH Devlonís Fame And Fortune K Kendall/D Leonard/K Leonard 9 CH Hillwoodís Matilda S Grossman 10 Kiarrys Foolish Jokester B Cofˇeld/D Kipp/L Miller

BASENJIS

1 GCH CH Jasiri-Sukari Win Tin Tin J Jones/K Jones/C Kok 2 GCH CH Meisterhaus Happy Hour At Signet T Kirstein/T Huff 3 GCH CH Ahmahr Nahrís Halleleujah Makes A Joyful J Behles/R Walley 4 GCH CH Jokuba C-Quest First Round Knock Out R Bowen/C Russell 5 GCH CH Klassicís Slam Dunk S Gruber-Kite/J Gillespie 6 CH Teazer Kazor Ekundayo For Johari C Garcia/D Yeager/J Gaidos 7 GCH DC Atarasiís DíLucks Edition SC N Sherman/N Scherwin 8 GCH CH Akuaba N Eldorado Betcha By Golly Wow! P Geoffroy/S Lund/S Coe 9 GCH CH Laurel Aswan Abi Capt Morgan JC M Ross/A Jahnke 10 GCH CH Laurel SíSimply Shocking Sabrina L Hesse

BASSET HOUNDS

(F)

1

8

5

2 3

1860

(M)

0

6

8

5 3

1768

(M)

0

0

1

2 2

974

(M)

0

4

3

4 1

969

(M)

0

1

4

2 2

940

(F)

33 106 23 6 4

36093

(M)

1

6

10 8 8

3165

(M)

0

1

7

10 3

865

(F)

0

1

0

2 1

343

(M)

0

1

1

2 1

343

(F)

0

0

1

0 4

238

(F)

0

1

0

1 0

136

(M)

0

1

0

0 0

126

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

102

(M)

0

1

0

0 1

82

(M) 2 12 19 15 9

9436

(F)

0

2

4

7 9

2431

(F)

0

10 6

9 3

2361

(M)

0

0

5

4 6

1599

(M)

0

1

3

4 1

824

(M)

3

13 4

2 0

794

(M)

0

0

1

1 3

646

(F)

0

2

2

1 2

458

(F)

0

0

2

2 5

395

(F)

0

1

1

2 2

385

1 GCH CH Topsˇeld-Sanchu Eenie Meenie Miney Moe (M) S Shor/C Orlandi/C Steidel 2 GCH CH Topsˇeld-Sanchu Bibidy-Bobidy-Boo (F) C Orlandi/C Steidel 3 GCH CH Kahl Me Foxglenís Cool Dude (M) B Kahl 4 GCH CH Gypsyís Pert ëNeerí Perfect (M) K Collier/D Hagy 5 GCH CH Castlehillís Ace In The Hole At Sasquatch (M) S Dok/J Dok/T Whitney/T Whitney 6 GCH CH Splashís Riverboat Gambler (M) J Nolan/B Nolan/J Nolan/W Nolan 7 GCH CH Bobac Bossís Grand Canyon (M) M Fairris/M Fairris/R Nance/S Nance 8 GCH CH Feenreichís Buddy Of Country Time CGC (M) P Swan 9 GCH CH Blossomhilís Moviní Out (M) S Shor 10 GCH CH Olde Fashion Affare DíAmore Italiano (F) B Berger/J Baetz

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TOTAL

4 23 21 12 9

11802

1

1

11 6 10 2213

0

1

1

6 8

1103

0

0

0

2 3

559

0

0

2

0 1

410

0

0

0

0 3

338

0

0

0

2 1

331

0

0

1

2 1

322

0

0

0

2 0

264

0

1

0

4 0

252


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition BEAGLES (13 IN. AND UNDER)

1 GCH CH BougainíE Naughty-N-Lovely Alvin S Adungchongruk/S Ott 2 GCH CH Encoreís Rerun Of Roirdan C Kaplan/C Herr/T Nesmith/E Dziuk 3 GCH CH Vinla-Cabaretís Gold Standard S Ayers/K Brooks 4 GCH CH Vinlaís L.A.Ink J Lux/K Brooks 5 GCH CH Barristerís Diamonds Are A Girlís Best Friend B Manifold/S Robblee 6 GCH CH Shoreviews Mango B Tague/A Lambie 7 GCH CH Gwencalonís Macaroon K Friend/W Friend 8 GCH CH We-Fuss Whoís At Riverrun D Severns/M Severns/C Luetkens 9 CH Dyno-Mite Party Girl K Wallack/L Ugenti/I Schmitt 10 GCH CH Lomapoint Huckleberry C Long

BEAGLES (OVER 13 IN.)

1 GCH CH Daniel Boon (Pelaez) F Trigueros 2 GCH CH Tashtins Lookin For Trouble L Crandlemire/K Crandlemire/B Cavanaugh/ 3 GCH CH Foxtailís Race For The Chase S Berndt-Smith/D Smith 4 GCH CH Bridgehillís Mr. Masonís Misbehaviní D Milke/G Milke 5 GCH CH Lokaviís Battle Flag Of The South J Bell/L Norman 6 GCH CH Legacy Buschís Bold And Brave C Busch/W Busch/M Martin 7 GCH CH K-Runís We Could Have Had It All Around K Weichert/J Rodes 8 GCH CH Torquay Be Nice To Me M Chagas/M Botelho/A Botelho 9 GCH CH K-Runís Count Your Blessings All Around J Rodes 10 GCH CH Honeypotís Poetry In Motion D Wolf/A Wolf

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

(M) 2 9 6 15 8 1

3

10 10 10 4024

(M)

0

5

13 11 11 3272

(F)

0

3

5

8 8

1241

(F)

0

2

2

4 5

994

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

588

(F)

0

0

2

3 2

441

(F)

0

0

2

2 3

383

(F)

0

0

1

2 0

285

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

263

(M) 1 10 9 12 6

3173

(F)

0

5

5

5 3

2447

(M)

1

5

2

1 2

2262

(M)

1

8

1

3 2

1807

(M)

0

5

7

4 5

1657

(M)

0

3

5

5 3

1372

(M)

0

1

5

1 6

1035

(M)

0

2

1

2 2

1026

(F)

0

1

3

5 3

728

(M)

0

2

0

1 5

614

1 GCH CH Windbourne Hd Ranch King Of The Road (M) S Campbell/C Rutten/T Skinner/S Skinner 2 GCH CH Foxˇre Full Force Gale (F) A Mcilwaine/R Urban 3 GCH CH Bayaway Jerseyís Due Process Of Law (M) G Rezendes/D Rezendes/J Stora 4 CH Southchaseís Wilbert Roy (M) J Lobb/J Lobb/E Mccarthy 5 GCH CH Kalanís Ramblin Rose Of Oak Hill (F) O Owens/A Willard/K Willard 6 GCH CH CSG Clover Creek Big Daddy CD RE NJP (M) K Winn 7 GCH CH Kennisaw Iím Getting Sentimental Over You (F) J Doran 8 GCH CH Jazzman Southern Paciˇc Big Boy (M) J Magenau/Z Bolin 9 GCH CH Windbourne Every Handís A Winner (M) A Mitchell 10 GCH CH Kalanís Lucky Lager (F) M Fackrell 1 GCH CH Quiet Creekís Kiss And Tell S Lacroix/H Whitcomb 2 GCH CH Flessnerís International SíCess S Vancamp/H Helmer/Z Helmer 3 GCH CH Flessnerís International Space Station At J Mcdonald 4 GCH CH Soonipi Friends In Low Places Mlh K Dewey/S Katos 5 GCH CH The Magpieís Sophisticated Lady C Kaminski

6330

(M)

BLACK AND TAN COONHOUNDS

BLOODHOUNDS

TOTAL

6 21 15 9 6

9913

2

10 7

1 5

4010

0

2

0

4 5

930

0

3

1

0 1

482

0

0

0

3 2

404

0

0

1

3 2

314

0

0

0

2 2

311

0

0

3

0 1

244

0

0

2

1 0

179

0

0

0

0 1

130

(F)

10 41 24 16 7

21313

(M)

3

18 18 18 15 9843

(M)

1

8

6

(M)

2

5

10 7 5

3569

(F)

0

2

4

1683

8 11 4155 8 2

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

6 GCH CH Badgershill Muldoon Of Heather L Sherman 7 GCH CH Heathers A Little Night Music E Befus 8 GCH CH I Get A Kick Out Of You At The Magpie K Briglia/Z Helmer/K Berestecky/C Kamins 9 GCH CH Sherickís Dakota Agatha Christy & The Orient M Schnepel/A Schnepel 10 CH Quiet Creekís Limited Edition S Lacroix Hamil

0

0

5

0 2

1448

(M)

0

0

3

7 0

1177

(M)

0

0

2

2 3

431

(F)

0

0

1

5 2

413

(M)

0

1

0

0 2

280

BLUETICK COONHOUNDS

1 GCH CH CCH Charwin Fairmont Sweet Society Blue (F) C Woods/T Kastner 2 GCH CH Live Oaks Call Me Kryptonite (M) S Lloyd 3 CH CGCH Cedar Creekís Tellin Secrets (F) B Fischer 4 CH Shaker Trees Gable (M) V Powell 5 CH CCH Plum TreeíN Hootchy Cootchy (M) P Bodeving/K Bodeving/J Duby/D Duby

BORZOIS

1 GCH CH Majenkir Bookstor Vintage Glamour K Spey/H Spey/K Staudt-Cartabona 2 GCH CH Greyhaven This Rough Magic SC F Vogel/M Hough/L Spiers 3 GCH CH Sylvan Silver Springbok C Neale/P Neale 4 GCH CH Aashtoria Wildhunt Hidden Agenda R Riel/C Riel/S Mcgraw 5 GCH CH Raynbos Run For The Roses J Zucker/R Zucker/E Szymanski 6 GCH CH Promises Crown Jewel Nicholas J Durdin 7 GCH CH Zabava Ostrov Casablanca I Terra/K Terra 8 GCH CH Morozova Sierra Sunrise At Rey JC K Novotny/G Novotny/S Cordova 9 GCH CH Aruzia Priority One JC CGC L Scott/J Scott 10 GCH CH Jubilee Tadbit OíBrindle Mist C Gredys/A Gredys/R Stachon

DACHSHUNDS (LONGHAIRED)

1 GCH CH Hundeleben Queenís Armada Sl C Puig/K Gonzalez/P Stephens 2 GCH CH Sleepy Hollow Carolina Special M Taylor/B Wlodkowski 3 GCH CH Sweetgrass Johann Tipper C Martine/R Sak/D Sak 4 GCH CH Avianceís Pramada For Terms Of V Diker 5 GCH CH Gemdach DoníT Blame Me N Haupt/K Haupt 6 GCH CH Stonybrookís Phinito T Durvin/B Durvin/R Gianopoulos/M Kepala 7 GCH CH Serenityís Louisiana Getaway Sl RN W Snyder/R Cooper/P Baker 8 GCH CH Walmar-Soloís Iou Sl S Snyder 9 GCH CH Walmar-Soloís Omg Sl P Carter/K Vidrine/W Jones/M Jones 10 GCH CH Doxdaneís Aviance Encore Sl N Pearson

DACHSHUNDS (SMOOTH)

1 GCH CH Spellboundís You Go First N Cooper 2 GCH CH Bessdachs Electric Martini M Lara/B Jeffery 3 GCH CH Beachside Dox Havana Daydreamin V C Ramos/M Singleton/W Cunningham 4 GCH CH Grandgables Sumbuddy Walden D Waldo 5 GCH CH Passport Boy YouíRe One Of My Kind Ss A Debraganca/J Debraganca

TOTAL

(M)

0 5 10 8 9

3172

0

0

1

0 1

163

0

0

0

1 0

137

0

0

0

1 0

109

0

0

1

0 2

92

(F)

2 11 8 5 2

4932

(M)

0

15 8

10 12 2588

(F)

1

5

6

2 3

1843

(M)

0

1

2

3 0

785

(M)

0

1

1

4 1

619

(M)

0

1

3

0 2

476

(F)

0

1

2

5 0

446

(F)

0

1

0

0 0

417

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

416

(M)

0

1

0

0 1

389

(M) 2 31 14 14 8

7565

(M)

0

6

7

2 9

2815

(M)

0

5

8

8 9

2279

(M)

0

3

4

11 14 2014

(F)

0

6

4

3 5

(M)

0

2

4

2 10 1386

(M)

0

1

5

1 10 1198

(M)

0

0

1

3 5

967

(M)

0

5

4

1 0

891

(M)

0

1

0

5 2

629

1502

(M) 0 8 12 7 17 4115 (F)

0

4

8

9 8

2092

(F)

0

0

4

1 6

1182

(M)

0

0

2

3 5

1052

(M)

0

3

1

2 4

765

CONTINUED ON PAGE 174

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6 GCH CH R Hillís Total Knockout Ms RN T Frenia 7 CH Grandgables Ms French Kiss G Jeavons/M Houston-Mcmillan 8 GCH CH Marginns Fredricka V Ruf Knabe S Lutosky 9 GCH CH Diagram Joy-Dens Grant Ss J Warren 10 GCH CH Turningpt Cass Edge R Eltringham/P Eltringham

DACHSHUNDS (WIREHAIRED)

1 GCH CH Leoraleeís Baywatch Mw M Singleton/B Lasater 2 GCH CH Rivendells Hotwire Sw P Caddell/K Williams/D Rockwell 3 GCH CH Del Pradoís Bar Code W A Bischel/M Bedowitz 4 GCH CH Legibach Captain Crunch Sw S Sweatt/G Middings/P Leone 5 GCH CH Incahoots Howliní Tornado A Cotteleer/R Cotteleer/C Heitzmann 6 GCH CH Raydachs Ride My Ducati Sw S Ray 7 GCH CH Raydachs Fire Down Below V Gleishorbach S Ray/J Sakoda/M Sakoda 8 GCH CH Tievoli Rumors Oh Hail Yeah-Mw K Smith/S Ehr 9 GCH CH Daybreakís Bewitching Blossom P Grant/D Krieg 10 GCH CH Kadellís Rustic Gold W L Reynolds/C Cahill/J Cahill

ENGLISH FOXHOUNDS

1 GCH CH Monocacy Bendís Wellington T Koerber 2 GCH CH Sunupís Hellofapuzzle S Whaley 3 GCH CH Sunupís Heavenly Scent S Whaley 4 Taillis Au Birchwood Tamsall L Lindberg 5 GCH CH Monocacy Bendís Willow BN RN OA AXJ OF K Eckard 6 Monocacy Bendís Wayward Fox T Koerber 7 Taillis Au Absolem Tamsall M Owen/S Owen 8 CH Cottonwoodís Just My Little Prince A Kretschmaier/J Hendricks 9 CH Wee Beginnings Chloe P Mann/A Kretschmaier

GREYHOUNDS

1 GCH CH Grandcru Phelps Insignia M Steele/P Caddell/C Dabbs/A Phelan/R Ga 2 GCH CH Grandcru Caymus JC T Hilbert/R Rice 3 GCH CH Shylo The Party Spot B Clark/S Fisher/R Ungar 4 CH Lorricbrook Royal Picture M Magder/P Smekens 5 GCH CH Chaparral Tour De France C Curlee/T Marzlut 6 GCH CH Grandcru Orion With Mistweave C Dabbs/R Gaudet 7 GCH CH Aragon Black Ice VCD1 RE JC AX AXJ H Hamilton 8 CH Wildwood Helios Clark Gable A Adam/P Lyster 9 CH Grandcru Stagís Leap With Mistweave JC M Steele/R Gaudet/C Jewett 10 GCH CH Tyranís The Patriot C Stumbo

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(M)

0

2

2

1 4

661

(F)

0

2

0

1 0

439

(F)

0

0

0

0 5

402

(M)

0

0

0

1 2

287

(F)

0

1

1

1 1

259

(M) 0 4 8 7 12 2916 (F)

0

4

3

4 7

2088

(M)

0

3

2

6 9

1859

(M)

0

2

5

7 11 1696

(M)

0

10 5

(M)

0

(M)

8 8

1543

0

10 4 8

1527

1

2

0

2 3

1366

(M)

0

0

2

3 8

1117

(F)

0

3

2

4 4

932

(M)

0

0

0

0 3

542

(M) 0 0 1 0 2

292

(M)

0

0

1

1 0

180

(F)

0

0

0

0 2

164

(M)

0

2

0

0 0

127

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

104

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

76

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

60

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

46

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

39

(F)

0 9 14 10 8

4136

(M)

0

5

6

2 2

1633

(F)

0

2

4

3 2

882

(F)

0

4

5

1 3

873

(M)

1

3

1

0 0

821

(M)

0

3

3

1 1

820

(F)

0

0

0

1 1

351

(M)

0

2

0

2 1

330

(F)

0

0

1

0 1

273

(M)

0

3

0

0 0

270

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

HARRIERS

1 GCH CH Downhome Hitech Innovator J Sanchez 2 GCH CH Tallyho The Time Of My Life D Maguire/M Nell 3 CH Paciˇc Anthem Of Rh Inˇnita BN RN CGC P Rhyner 4 GCH CH Paciˇcís He AiníT Heavy Heís My Brother K Crary/P Crary 5 CH Icon Oak Hillís Harmony In The Hills M Walsh 6 CH Wynˇeld Charmed At Briggcastle J Briggs/E Parr

IBIZAN HOUNDS

1 GCH CH Serandida East So Bigstar J Mosing/S St John-Brown/L Sikora 2 GCH CH Harehillís Ace In The Hole K Gindler/D Gindler/W Anderson 3 GCH CH Serandida Abbaio La Contessa Scalza SC D Arbeit/R Zelig/S Murphy 4 GCH CH Alfheimís Hawaii Five O SC K Williamson-Jensen 5 GCH CH Arbecaís Opus For Danzante SC D Nester/J Stevens 6 GCH DC Alikiís Yada Yada Yada SC A Mirestes/C Shaw 7 GCH CH Loco Motionís Dancing Queen K Hjelm 8 DC Alfheimís Beyond The Fringe BN RA SC A Mcleod/S Mcleod 9 CH Serandida East Abbaio Armando JC S Murphy/D Arbeit/K Burkholder 10 CH Nahalaís Midnight Train To Georgia M Ridenour/M Ridenour/A Mitchell

IRISH WOLFHOUNDS

1 GCH CH Quest Rachel Alexandra Of Kerryarc C Collier/M Tyler/C Tyler 2 GCH CH Ansa Mo Caoimhin Modigliani CGC K Schaffter/A Schaffter 3 CH Kuriann Of First Avenue J Ryan 4 GCH CH Taryn Hickory Hollow B Fairbanks/G Fairbanks 5 GCH CH Dun Myrica Doctor Gonzo Of Eagle R Kubacz/N Salmon 6 GCH CH Kerryarc Breawyn Ffynnon Garw D Gallant/A Gallant 7 GCH CH Mistery Iz Volshebnogo Lesa V Murphree 8 GCH CH Kellcastle Rushmore J Ault/A Spalding 9 GCH CH Dun Myrica Lyra Of Eagle J Roland/K Roland/S Mcdonald 10 GCH CH Pinehurst Garret K Catov-Goodell

NORWEGIAN ELKHOUNDS

1 GCH CH Vin-Melcaís The Norseman P Trotter/J Reed 2 GCH CH Aspenrepublik Into The Wind M Kenton 3 GCH CH Tiokaís American Ride L Webster 4 GCH CH Aspenís A Hard Act To Follow R Rhoden/R Rhoden 5 GCH CH Silhouettteís Au Fish E Olsen/K Olsen/S Kaplan 6 GCH CH Somerri Dunharrowís Dynamo J Silker/W Totten 7 GCH CH Vin-Melcaís Collectible R Sampson 8 GCH CH Vikrest ëN Ruskar Hy Style S Anderson/L Forrest/P Viken 9 GCH CH Somerri Jamiesonís Sea Whiskey J Lewis/L Lewis

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TOTAL

(M) 15 71 33 13 6

26697

(M)

0

1

5

2 1

735

(F)

0

0

0

3 0

209

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

80

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

31

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

17

(F)

1 11 22 12 10 4899

(F)

0

4

3

10 5

2651

(F)

0

3

3

7 5

1943

(M)

0

1

2

5 3

861

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

184

(F)

0

0

1

2 0

183

(F)

0

0

1

0 2

181

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

179

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

176

(M)

0

1

0

1 1

170

(F)

0 1 5 6 1

3605

(M)

0

8

5

2 3

1455

(M)

1

2

0

1 2

1212

(M)

0

0

1

8 1

1104

(M)

0

3

4

3 5

837

(M)

0

1

0

2 2

376

(F)

0

1

0

0 3

341

(M)

0

0

1

1 1

327

(F)

0

0

1

1 0

292

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

281

(M) 1 9 6 4 5

4137

(F)

0

1

3

9 3

1968

(M)

0

4

4

5 0

1185

(F)

0

2

3

7 8

1138

(M)

0

4

2

3 3

948

(M)

0

0

2

8 3

828

(F)

0

0

1

2 4

512

(M)

0

1

0

3 6

511

(F)

0

0

0

3 1

329


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

10 GCH CH Elvbendís Ride Of The Valkyries A Peterson/J Peterson

OTTERHOUNDS

1 GCH CH Aberdeens Under The Inˇuence A Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine 2 GCH CH Scentasiaís End Of An Era E Conway/D Emery/J Moyer 3 GCH CH Aberdeenís Ultimate Addiction J Mullen/D Blunt/J Mcilwaine/A Mcilwaine 4 GCH CH Corcragael Frazer Nash R Damron/G Damron/B Loddesol 5 CH Riverrun Mchugh TDX E Glennon/M Hennessey 6 GCH CH Magicwood Willie Mae S Plucheck/W Plucheck 7 Otterbeeís Killian Red S Lumbery/A Constable/A Ghione 8 Riverrunís Magenta Morning Blaze R Von Der Linden 9 Riverspruceís No Redoubt About It OAP NJP R Abernathy/K Cheatham

(F)

0

0

2

2 0

1 GCH CH M&Mís Fear The Beard D Moore/J Hayes 2 GCH CH Monkhams Famous Grouse J Neuschaefer/D Bruce/J Lacey-Black/L Sk 3 GCH CH Celestial Cjís Allís Well That Ends Well J Hurty/L Florian/C Hurty/M Florian/P He 4 GCH CH Mirepoixís Figgy Pudding J Zigich/R Litman 5 GCH CH Chien Blanc Summer Breeze D Garrett 6 GCH CH Always Blue Caboose J Hacker 7 GCH CH Jarenís Ready Set DoníT Go At R-N-B R Jones/B Helvey/K Prott-Clugston 8 GCH CH Jarenís Put A Girl In It K Prott-Clugston 9 Soletrader Peek A Boo S Robertson/W Doherty 10 CH Chepaulís Bouton De Rose A Tavtigian

PHARAOH HOUNDS

1 GCH CH Osiris Cowboy Casanova M Del Duca/K Carella/T Del Duca/B Carell 2 GCH CH Farao Anubis Inferno RN SC D Cooper/B Clooten 3 GCH DC Hallamís Jordan Of Arolet SC S Sipperly/D Carota 4 GCH CH Shalimar Wild Fire Osiris V Harris/L Drolet 5 GCH CH Faouziahís Faramir J Mosing/J Hall 6 GCH DC Miaís Bakhu Risky Business Of Hallam RN D Kunard 7 GCH DC Nefer-Temu Vou Te Contar SC E Kerridge 8 GCH DC Mia Bakhu Sleeping With The Enemy Of R Newman/D Carota/P Haig/L Witt 9 GCH CH Mia-Bakhu Conspiracy Theory V Hallam SC T Haig/P Haig 10 GCH CH Shalimar Fire By Desire P Anthony/K Paone/L Drolet/R Ertle

PLOTTS

1 CH CGCH C-Cruz Mob Boss Vitoís Gotcha A Alexander 2 CH Hoskerís Heads I Win J Hosker/G Hosker Portuguese Podengo Pequenos 1 GCH CH Houlaís Potter C Houlihan/K Sullivan 2 GCH CH Pirata II De Viamonte CM J Evanoff/K Oglesby

275

(M) 4 27 24 14 10 11035 (M)

0

4

2

5 7

1550

(M)

0

0

1

0 1

264

(M)

0

0

1

1 2

227

(M)

0

1

0

1 3

198

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

156

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

85

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

58

(M)

0

1

0

0 0

51

PETITS BASSETS GRIFFONS VENDEENS

(M) 4 15 13 12 7

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

7639

(M)

1

15 24 16 15 5461

(M)

0

1

10 10 12 3277

(F)

0

1

4

3 3

932

(F)

1

1

0

2 4

903

(M)

0

0

2

3 2

821

(F)

0

1

1

3 1

617

(F)

0

0

4

5 2

527

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

451

(F)

0

0

2

0 2

332

(M) 0 8 23 16 13 6745 (M)

1

6

8

2 8

2407

(M)

0

3

7

7 2

1169

(M)

0

0

2

1 3

1003

(M)

0

2

1

2 3

823

(M)

0

1

3

4 4

732

(M)

0

0

0

2 3

678

(M)

0

1

1

1 1

506

(M)

0

1

2

2 1

503

(M)

0

0

1

2 1

482

(M) 0 1 0 1 0

213

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

62

(M)

0

2

4

12 13 2761

(M)

0

1

3

4 3

421

3 GCH CH Prairie Pondís Born In The Usa CM C Well/M Well/J Tusten 4 GCH CH Pioneerís Carolina CM2 G Simonds/A Ghione 5 Ketkaís Benchmark Pendragon D Kahla 6 GCH CH Houlaís Border Patrol Pw CM2 P Reisert/S Faw/S Faw 7 GCH CH Brokenroad I Believe In Fairies CM G Nagy

(M)

0

0

2

1 3

279

(F)

0

0

0

1 1

241

(M)

0

0

0

1 2

164

(M)

0

0

0

2 2

142

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

40

REDBONE COONHOUNDS

1 GCH CH CWSG CCH Sidearm Jungle King Mufasa (M) J Mills/L Mills 2 GCH CH Twisted Creek Gentlemen, Start Your Engines (F) S Dellapenta/J Kochensparger 3 CH Sidearm Return Of The King (M) L Mills/T Mills/J Mills 4 GCH CH Idoleí Coonfused Cleatus (M) N Grubb/C Paul 5 CH CCH Grand Riverís Ok Dixie Mae Doo (F) M Turner 6 Big Dís Old Brag Bubba (M) C Cooper 7 GCH CH CSG Second Editionís Making Waves (M) S Smith 8 Redhawks Mark Of Valor-Sierra Legacy (M) D Dang

RHODESIAN RIDGEBACKS

1 GCH CH Raquel Welch Of Malabo Apd A Paola Diniz 2 GCH CH Camelotís Ventura Adventure F Walters/G Walters/C Heathcock 3 GCH CH Camelotís Red Hot Tamale C Heathcock/C Hadley 4 GCH CH Diabloís Dark Knightís Nemesis L Weiss/N Faville 5 GCH CH Spring Valleyís Great Vincero H Trapasso 6 GCH CH Bakariís Lor Vitra Caymus CGC N Ballantyne/G Ballantyne 7 GCH CH Hunterís Ridge Sure Shot By Kwetu D Engelking/C Burridge/S Ford/T Fielder 8 GCH CH Tajamani Kwetuís Rust Too J Morrone/B Sawyer-Brown/D Engelking 9 GCH CH Spurridgeís Axl Of Lionridge CGC P Olney 10 GCH CH Kuluta Along The Watchtower M Hatˇeld/E Belt/C Well

SALUKIS

1 GCH CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Bubbles Of Jatara J Harrington/S Winsted/S Middlebrooks 2 GCH CH Appalachiaís Allamyrra Hajji P Arwood/M Mccowan/G Thornton 3 GCH CH Auroraís The Song And Dance Man J Mueller/E Blake 4 GCH CH Jamora Mystic Topaz JC S Forsyth/J Forsyth/K Anselmo/J Morrison 5 GCH CH Hediyeh Uriela Priya Bat Yosef JC C Pearce/R Pearce/J Aaron/J Pearce 6 GCH CH Bay Watch Babe Von Agrani K Setty/L Bettis 7 GCH CH Starliteís Made Of The Best Stuff On Earth T Turley-Kocab/M Kocab 8 GCH CH Quanmarra Thonolan K Scerbo/R Scerbo/I Rasmussen 9 GCH CH Baha Persian Of Interest CD RN SC NA AXJ C Coile 10 GCH CH Sundaraís Here Comes The Sun E Coogan/M Haag

SCOTTISH DEERHOUNDS

1 GCH CH Lehigh Ennis Carmichael JC P Pascoe/G Winchell 2 GCH CH Jaraluv Tarot J Brinlee/R Brinlee

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TOTAL

0 3 5 5 4

1252

0

1

1

2 0

347

0

0

0

0 1

232

0

0

0

2 2

138

0

0

0

0 1

104

0

0

0

0 2

65

0

0

0

0 1

52

0

0

0

0 1

34

(F)

3 31 19 16 7

6242

(M)

1

11 8

19 16 5004

(F)

1

9

5

4 4

4275

(M)

0

5

8

10 4

3646

(M)

0

1

7

13 7

2237

(M)

0

9

4

5 7

2074

(M)

0

6

5

3 0

1310

(M)

1

3

3

4 3

1177

(M)

0

2

2

2 3

605

(M)

0

1

2

3 2

560

(F)

16 67 16 7 2

19857

(F)

2

30 17 8 4

6115

(M)

2

13 10 3 1

4336

(M)

1

3

4

4 6

2359

(F)

0

1

3

4 6

1630

(F)

1

3

0

0 3

1519

(M)

0

1

6

3 2

1454

(M)

0

2

9

3 3

1278

(M)

0

3

4

4 0

898

(M)

1

1

1

0 2

706

(M) 0 2 4 4 2

1572

(M)

1226

1

1

1

1 1

CONTINUED ON PAGE 178


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Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition CONTINUED FROM PAGE 175

3 GCH CH Highlanderís Celtic Carol RN CGC M Freeman/J Freeman 4 GCH CH Thistleglen Foxcliffe Vintage Spirit J Frye/C Dove 5 GCH CH Lehigh Eilig Of Dunsmuir JC L Studer 6 GCH CH Gemma Oí The Greenwood J Hills 7 GCH CH Jaraluv Rain Dance CGC F Straw 8 Graybeardís Bog Myrtle OíRiverspruce NA NAJ K Cheatham/R Abernathy 9 GCH CH Glencragís Kiann OíFernhill J Giles/J Giles 10 CH Gaylewardís Star Caerwicce G Bontecou

TREEING WALKER COONHOUNDS

1 GCH CH CCH Alexanders Gold Rush Xcetera A Alexander 2 GCH CH How The West Was Won D Planche/S Randolph/A Alexander 3 CH Stackem Up My Way Or Highway T Snedegar/B Snedegar 4 CH Lone Pine Skull N Bones Vom Stk CGC V Brachfeld/R Brachfeld/L Ramsey 5 CH Stackem Ups Broadway Mistress A Carter/J Rentfro 6 GCH CH Stackem Up I Did It My Way CM T Snedegar/B Snedegar 7 PR WILDWOODS TX FOXIE (Foreign Dog - Registration Pending.) 7 GCH CH CSG Stackem Ups Best Kept Secret CM2 R Geffs/D Geffs 9 Second Winds Mosaic J Hunter

WHIPPETS

1 GCH CH Starlineís Oxford Victim Of Love L Lawrence/C Lawrence/L Wilson 2 GCH CH Bo-Bettís Quick Pick C Harris 3 GCH CH Karasarís Remembrence K Kuper/N Barthelette/K Mlynar 4 GCH CH Artemis Hypnotic Opium SC R Gold/M Small 5 GCH CH Sporting Fields Shameless D Butt/A Giles 6 GCH CH Cottonwood Versace At Coreymore S Carbajal 7 GCH DC Ableaim Que The Music MC G Boyd/J Boyd 8 GCH CH Kamadaís New York Minute D Davenport/K Davenport/D Kipp 9 GCH CH Sporting Fields Bahama Sands D Butt/A Giles 10 GCH CH Solaris Saxon Shore Hypnotiq Kamio P Magette/D Lockhart

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

(F)

0

3

2

4 5

969

(M)

0

1

5

0 0

850

(M)

0

0

0

3 2

485

(F)

0

0

1

2 2

359

(F)

0

1

2

1 0

281

(F)

0

1

3

2 1

251

(M)

0

0

2

2 0

218

(F)

0

0

0

0 2

213

8 GCH CH Liricís Cinderella Man L Coffey/B Coffey 9 GCH CH Nakodoís My Blue Heaven K Venezia 10 CH Dynamic Force Sharp Dressed Man With M Huls/M Bostock-Armstrong

ALASKAN MALAMUTES

(M) 2 19 11 8 4

4395

(F)

0

3

0

4 3

631

(M)

0

0

2

0 0

285

(M)

0

0

1

0 1

145

(F)

0

0

0

0 3

122

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

93

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

67

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

67

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

55

1 GCH CH Cr - Wiccaís Trade Secret A Bavaria/C Burke/T Bavaria/J Charnik 2 GCH CH Ruthdales Candy From A Baby L Stark/R Stark 3 GCH CH Stardustís See You At The Show RN P Rogers/R Rogers/T Witte/R Witte 4 GCH CH Redwitch Adreneline Junkie M Bauman/X Wang / Bauman 5 GCH CH Hikayís Witch With Attitude K Venezia 6 GCH CH Sondaisas Crossfyre C Sullivan 7 GCH CH Sondaisa Fyre When Ready CD C Sullivan

(F)

1 38 26 20 9

12092

(F)

2

16 18 14 7

6736

(F)

1

23 13 7 3

4390

(F)

2

5

10 12 2

4247

(F)

1

8

4

1 2

3909

(M)

2

5

10 12 9

3520

(F)

0

4

12 5 3

1856

(F)

0

5

8

5 2

1701

(F)

1

5

0

1 1

1437

(F)

0

0

5

3 3

1330

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

1 GCH CH Peaceriver Silverice Summer Solstice L Bryne/A Syar 2 GCH CH Catanyas Latin Lover P Kendrisk/A Martinez/A Syar/M Stone 3 GCH CH Peace Riverís Gathers No Moss At Sunstra T Robinson/A Syar/M Coburn/K Robinson 4 GCH CH Mytukís Technical Knock Out D Milburn/A Milburn 5 GCH CH Sno Questís For The Holy Grail A Sautbine/M Sautbine 6 GCH CH Weir Riverís Building Your Dream P Cronk/M Cronk 7 GCH CH Storm Kloudís Test Of Time J El Dissi 8 GCH CH Jazzland Rain On Quileute J Dewing/R Dysart/C Neely 9 GCH CH Wolfmtn Luckysky Bze BeíN Fabulous S Spurling/P Jenkins 10 GCH CH KoolrunningsíNíTerraglosíUíCaníT Touch G Toussaint/T Toussaint

ANATOLIAN SHEPHERD DOGS

WORKING Group AKITAS

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

TOTAL

(M) 7 31 26 17 10 18046 (F)

1

17 13 13 8

10145

(M)

3

19 11 13 10 8690

(M)

1

6

4

6 3

2636

(F)

0

1

5

4 2

1606

(F)

0

1

1

4 5

1564

(M)

0

0

5

3 2

1507

1 GCH CH Lucky Hit Bethany Beyaz Kumru J York/E Conard 2 GCH CH Carpe Diemís Amadeus L Edstrom-Smith/J Smith/Q Harned/M Harne 3 GCH CH Aegeanís Duke Of Milos D Kyres/G Kyres 4 CH Asiri Hisar Kazara A Suhajda/P Suhajda 5 GCH CH Carpe Diemís Old School S Wykle 6 GCH CH Timaru Serag Mounir L Brabyn/J Brabyn 7 Islandfarmís Heathrow D Grunnah/J Voss

BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOGS

1 GCH CH Avatars Smooth Criminal L Diaz Fernandes/K Groves 2 GCH CH Tallpineís Life Of The Party D Hitchcock/S Crisp 3 GCH CH Alpenspirit Itís Our Game D Kelley/B Bauersfeld/M Turbide 4 GCH CH Vinn October It Had 2VV You E Buonpane 5 GCH CH Marbenís Rufˇan T Gerli 6 GCH CH B-Havens Sherpaís Mtn Endeavor J Byers 7 GCH CH Greenwayís Test Of Time CGC D Laveran/R Tamberino/R Gallizzo 8 GCH CH Holidayís Singular Sensation C Jones 9 GCH CH Sendacheís Moving Heaven And Earth At S Dominke/S Dominke/M Honari 10 GCH CH Villairns Tag Youíre It S Slade/K Hodgson

BLACK RUSSIAN TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Aristes Paint It Black D Poulson/C Stumm/C Wathen/T Wathen 2 GCH CH Valkyrieís Funny Girl RN V Vest/B Sothcott 3 GCH CH Zilyaís Chicago Blues Fusion At Runes CD D Patterson 4 GCH CH Midnightsolo Ulan Chorniy D Tudor/J Brown 5 GCH CH Gladiator S Zolotogo Grada S Gaunt

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 178

TOTAL

(M)

0

3

0

3 3

735

(F)

0

1

0

1 2

581

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

454

(M) 1 5 7 2 3

3837

(M)

0

3

3

5 0

2317

(M)

0

2

3

2 1

1031

(M)

0

0

1

1 2

834

(M)

0

0

0

2 2

590

(M)

0

0

1

1 0

559

(M)

0

1

2

0 2

551

(F)

0

1

0

0 2

531

(M)

0

0

2

0 1

430

(M)

0

0

1

0 2

376

(M) 0 0 1 3 3

465

(M)

0

1

1

0 2

341

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

277

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

208

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

160

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

127

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

112

(M) 0 4 8 4 6

3895

(M)

0

1

9

3 9

2637

(M)

0

2

7

3 5

2302

(F)

0

3

4

2 3

2224

(F)

0

1

5

5 4

2188

(M)

0

3

7

2 0

1507

(M)

0

0

5

1 4

1340

(F)

0

2

4

2 4

1311

(M)

0

1

1

2 1

1184

(M)

0

2

2

2 0

873

(M) 0 0 7 14 8

3997

(F)

0

3

3

7 11 2771

(M)

0

0

1

3 11 1256

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

451

(M)

0

0

2

0 2

411


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

6 CH Russian Bears Rooting Tooting Shooting Cowboy H Haldi 7 GCH CH Rus Maknalis Shtorm Of Arbat M Mastroianni 8 GCH CH Fun Nordís Hariton Gavrilovich P Gladu/M Hernandez 9 GCH CH Black Pearls Avatar Iz Russkoi Dinastii M Mesh/J Mesh/L Mesh/M Curtis/D Ludwig 10 GCH CH Queens Overís The Last Airbender RN M Holloman/E Caldwell

BOXERS

1 GCH CH Winfall I Dream Of Style K Robbins/C Robbins/G Adkins/B Adkins/T 2 GCH CH Hi-Tech The King Of Sherry Shoot Jp J Billhardt/S Tenenbaum/D Mccarroll 3 GCH CH Draco Greets Dassin With Fourbears W Truesdale/Z Truesdale/J Vergnetti/J Pi 4 GCH CH Nantess Caleno Numero Uno G Tafur/S Tafur/N Savage/T Savage 5 GCH CH Jacquetís Annie El Encanto D Sparks/N Sparks 6 GCH CH Ho-País Grand Slam A Anderson/S Anderson 7 GCH CH Daybreakís Bad Inˇuence A Russell/G Steele/M Rocca/D Galante 8 GCH CH Lazy Kís Dulce De Leche S Gubernatis/A Clark/J Rosen/G Karwoski 9 GCH CH Kajaís Ruby Red Rascal At Maximus L Dissinger/J Smith/D Dissinger 10 GCH CH Jokarís N Happy Tailís Fergalicious A Bieri/M Burleson/M Bell

BULLMASTIFFS

1 GCH CH Dal Primo Magic Moment M Harwood/C Corner 2 GCH CH Newcastleís Blame It On The Sun A Scully/K Spencer 3 GCH CH Windovers Hey There Handsome D Pendleton/H Brogan/M Mcgovern/M Mcgove 4 GCH CH Starrdogs Midnight Rambler W Ofshlag/J Ofshlag 5 GCH CH Newcastleís Cutting Edge A Scully/K Spencer/P Mills/J Shadoian 6 GCH CH Baron Dye Of Ridgetop R Wynes 7 GCH CH Rops Stealsaheart Bruin, Seeking Banner A Baumeister/B Baumeister/H Gussis/L Bro 8 GCH CH Starrdogs Kingston Horton J Horton/K Roberts 9 GCH CH Tntís Ground Breaker A Hodge 10 GCH CH Starrdogs Power Play K Hebert/Z Melkonian

CANE CORSO

1 GCH CH Firehorse Franklin J Weaver/R Hoser 2 GCH CH Libertyís Armed And Dangerous R Cuzzo/J Hovorka/S Ribbs 3 GCH CH Timoniere Zolee D Musto 4 GCH CH Castleguardís Caillou W Rivera 5 GCH CH Delí Agreste Bin Up To No Good At SnoD Rotkowski/W Yingling 6 GCH CH Epic Diesel Of Castleguard C Cline/R Cline/H King 7 GCH CH Campoís Cosmo Di Amato Billy Whiteshoes R Hudgens 8 GCH CH Wildwoods Cirino Di Campo CGC R Hudgens 9 GCH CH Firehorse Kickin Out The Jams J Molchan/R Hoser 10 GCH CH Lionheartís La Nostra Stella Brillante G Giraudo/M Giraudo/B Martin/J Martin

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

CHINOOKS

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

355

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

326

1 Sandhillís Ranger T Brown/C Brown

(M)

0

0

1

2 1

299

DOBERMAN PINSCHERS

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

272

(M)

0

0

0

1 2

178

(F)

8 42 23 18 10 17280

(M)

6

32 36 14 5

16884

(F)

2

8

5632

(M)

2

12 8

8 5

4513

(F)

2

10 9

10 2

4090

(M)

0

6

10 10 6

3499

(F)

0

7

3

6 3

3058

1 GCH CH Tiburon Arsenal J Dolan/A Dolan 2 GCH CH Tiburon Ariel Bella Dona M Moyer/T Moyer/K Drake/J Drake 3 GCH CH Protocolís Veni Vidi Vici S Lundy/D Lundy/J Mullins/K Mullins 4 GCH CH Vonduraís Xcelerator Belle Amie R Tracy/J Covert/M Dellorto/K Fox 5 GCH CH Cambriaís Vraiment Parfait G Lajeski/A Wulbrecht/K Thompson/A White 6 GCH CH Dís Remember When A Dinardo/S Dinardo/G Demilta 7 GCH CH Jaroe Legend Of Irish Spirit R Kelly 8 GCH CH Sharjets Starr Catcher CD RA S Marinelli/J Marinelli/S Kapp/G Hanna/M 9 GCH CH Foxˇreís Tell Me About It M Santana/S St. John 10 GCH CH Alisaton Blackbird V Allure Beaulane R Kusumoto/J Kusumoto/L Cornelius

(F)

0

3

6

5 7

2789

DOGUES DE BORDEAUX

(F)

1

3

0

6 6

2245

(F)

2

5

3

2 0

2215

10 12 2

(M) 2 9 8 5 8

4558

1 GCH CH Evergreenís Rub My Belly At Rising Star J Roberts/L Parker 2 GCH CH Mount Sinaiís Neanderthal St Amand P Duvall/W Duvall 3 GCH CH Ago Z Vlckovskeho Mlyna J Garcia Flores 4 GCH CH Von Hofís Cisco Kid T Kelly/D Von Hof

(F)

1

4

4

6 3

2393

GERMAN PINSCHERS

(M)

0

3

3

4 5

2217

(M)

0

0

6

3 10 1904

(M)

0

2

3

1 2

1669

(M)

0

3

0

4 1

804

(M)

0

0

0

3 1

646

(M)

0

0

3

0 3

519

(M)

0

0

0

2 0

472

(M)

0

1

0

1 2

459

(M) 0 3 2 3 7

2740

1 GCH CH Midernoch A Phortune Of Phranklins CA C French 2 GCH CH Rivendells Material Girl K Schiff 3 GCH CH Daverenís Peaceful Dream CAA J Robinson/J Eastman/R Brownˇeld 4 CH Legacyís Time To Shine D Bixler/L Mills 5 GCH CH Windamirís Dajavu Ganymede S Morgan/K Dorwart 6 GCH CH Daverenís Party Girl S Harlow/J Eastman 7 GCH CH Windamir Loverís Tryst C Jobb/S Morgan 8 GCH CH Diamondmines One Class Act B Diamond/R Diamond 9 Nevars Quintessential Fabala K Waltz/F Stuby 10 GCH CH Daverenís Tribute To An Amazing Dream J Eastman

(F)

1

1

1

2 1

1547

GIANT SCHNAUZERS

(M)

0

0

2

1 4

838

(M)

0

0

1

3 5

828

(M)

1

1

0

0 0

681

(M)

0

0

1

1 3

652

(M)

0

0

2

0 1

631

(M)

0

0

0

2 1

396

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

244

(F)

0

0

1

0 1

196

1 GCH CH Kenroís Witching Hour R Greenslade/L Norton/D Hill 2 GCH CH Lowdown Remys Girl V Ardenhout M Low/L Low 3 GCH CH Ramahill Absolutes I Am Legend Of Rw J Edmonds/L Edmonds/M Adler 4 GCH CH Skansenís Havannah C Sansone/S Sansone 5 GCH CH Skansenís Holy Knight C King 6 GCH CH Nightline Viking A Tanglewood E Fojtik/J Erath/C Erath 7 GCH CH Skansenís Leather & Lace Of Twilight P Poole 8 GCH CH Skansenís Harvard G Reyna/J Boston 9 GCH CH Skansenís Rose Colored Glasses J Davis

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 179

TOTAL

(M) 0 0 0 0 1

293

(M) 2 35 23 10 9

15948

(F)

4

15154

(F)

10 28 7

(F)

0

(F)

27 25 19 7 2 0

11352

8

11 18 4

6611

1

5

18 9 4

6436

(M)

1

9

10 4 5

5682

(M)

2

8

10 5 1

4212

(F)

0

7

5

1 10 3871

(F)

0

5

4

3 7

3185

(F)

0

9

5

7 5

2932

(M) 2 7 3 7 12 6352 (M)

0

0

0

3 2

585

(M)

0

0

1

1 0

128

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

105

(M) 0 1 4 9 8

2004

(F)

0

0

2

4 5

1938

(M)

0

0

5

3 7

1583

(M)

0

1

0

0 1

215

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

204

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

120

(F)

0

0

2

3 0

110

(F)

0

0

0

0 2

70

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

65

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

61

(F)

31 75 31 16 6

46872

(F)

0

9

1

5 7

5061

(M)

2

11 4

5 6

4177

(F)

0

2

9

13 3

3415

(M)

1

7

7

4 5

3018

(M)

0

1

10 12 3

2783

(F)

0

4

5

3 4

2725

(M)

2

10 8

0 3

2597

(F)

0

1

1 6

1204

2

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Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition CONTINUED FROM PAGE 179 B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

10 GCH CH Skansenís Got Guinness? R Poyfair/J Poyfair

GREAT DANES

1 GCH CH Longo Miller N Loreís Diamond Lil T Longo/J Miller/L Matherly/C Crawford 2 GCH CH Mjmís Hi-Air All Eyes On Me A Solnick/L Solnick/L Maulucci/M Maulucc 3 GCH CH Ghdd Seamus Lord Of The Dance K Kish/D Davis/J Deeming/J Ball 4 GCH CH Raintree Erinwood Dixie For Heavenís Sake R Gumbs/P Deloria/L Landrum/L Cornelius 5 GCH CH Lobatoís Caught Red Handed L Hotchkiss 6 GCH CH Graycn Lost Creek The Descendant Of Elan J Finck/S Finck 7 GCH CH Alpineís Ice Warrior V Hawthorne L Clesi/P Clesi/A Heavey 8 GCH CH Shalako Itís All About Me V Regent S Taylor/M Davisson 9 GCH CH D.S.S. Kings Ransom Jp Mc Laren T Mita/H Sayama 10 GCH CH Hauerdaneís Donít Bury The Treasure v Caps A Brill

GREAT PYRENEES

1 GCH CH Honorís Promise Of The Future B Ducker/K Bruneau 2 GCH CH Framboise Something Ventured Something P Hughes/S Hughes/P Watson 3 GCH CH Rivergroves Chateau De Castelnau M Falatach 4 GCH CH Guardeniaís Splish Splash V Coffman/K Justin/D Coffman/C Moore 5 GCH CH Rivergroves Skyís The Limit J Hanover/J Hanover/J Boyd 6 GCH CH Rivergroves Vera Wang A Stonehouse/J Boyd/M Cox/M Stewart 7 GCH CH Euzkalzaleís Legacy Of Hope W Olson/T Denney-Combs 8 GCH CH Rivergroves Enough Said J Boyd/M Cox/M Stewart 9 GCH CH Rivergroves Bon Appetit BN PCD RE CA R Morton/J Boyd 10 GCH CH Pyrpressure Connu, Mais Aí Dieu G Johnson/M Johnson

GREATER SWISS MOUNTAIN DOGS 1 GCH CH Derbyís Toast With Gusto S Copeland 2 GCH CH Painted Mtn Oliver Twist Of Fate K Markley/R Markley 3 GCH CH Derbyís X Marks The Spot A Mcfadden/D Echols 4 GCH CH Calypso V Alex Raven Moon A Wilson/C Wilson/T Brown/B Brown 5 GCH CH Derbyís All American M Rusk/A Rusk/C Selleck/B Selleck 6 GCH CH Noxís George Baileyís Irish Creme CGC N Kechner/J Comer/C Robson 7 GCH CH Rivendellís Twilight R Ney/R Ney/S Ney/S Ney 8 GCH CH Wildest Dream Midnight In Havana R Mezzanotte/S Trenholm/T Bailey/J Baile 9 GCH CH Breezy Ridge Maximus T Conway/K Krumpe 10 GCH CH Dandelion Oskar S Bullock/L Bullock

KOMONDOROK

1 GCH CH Quintessential Chauncey S Wilczewski/D Wilczewski 2 GCH CH Nagyalma Unforgettable Too A White/V Mcnelis 3 Braeís Joska A Pompas B Johnston 4 CH Ibis Goody Two Shoes C Evans

(M)

0

0

1

4 2

TOTAL

KUVASZOK

1001

(F)

25 53 28 23 6

31384

(F)

1

7

7

5 5

3072

(M)

1

3

2

9 8

3003

(F)

1

8

4

4 8

2559

(F)

1

2

4

7 5

2240

(M)

1

5

1

1 0

1700

(M)

0

2

2

2 3

1284

1 GCH CH Szumeriaís Wildwood Silver Six Pence CGC (M) M Vila/L Brady/C Muir/C Townsend 2 GCH CH Mattiaci High Voltage At Glacier Creek (F) D Blank 3 GCH CH Casablancaís Vakmero Pandur (M) G Dash/N Berger 4 GCH CH Glacier Creekís Sparks A Flyiní (M) S Stephens 5 GCH CH Double Ring Tarees Dream Machine (M) C Ringering/K Ringering/I Miller/R Mille 6 CH Szumeriaís Prince Rainier (M) L Brady/H Nichols/K Nichols/C Townsend 7 Taliszman Pull The Perfect Pint CGC (M) G Hayes/K Knapp/M Lee 8 GCH CH Szumeriaís Sing A Song Of Sixpence (F) L Brady/C Townsend/S Herring

(F)

0

2

1

2 3

1118

LEONBERGERS

(M)

0

0

2

2 1

1101

(F)

0

0

1

2 2

1053

(M) 0 3 6 7 7

4695

(M)

0

2

1

3 5

2599

(M)

0

0

5

3 4

1811

(F)

0

2

0

4 3

1142

(F)

0

0

3

1 4

1106

(F)

0

1

4

3 6

967

(M)

0

0

3

3 2

690

1 GCH CH A. Feiner Eros L Bazlen 2 GCH CH Kalahariís Call To Attention RN J Cook 3 GCH CH Vavoom Mobster V. Sanftenloewen CGC T Rogers/K Knight/K Hennefer 4 GCH CH Corleoneís Hidden Agenda H Austin/N Austin 5 GCH CH Desperadoís Gentleman George L Taft/B Dankanich 6 CH Khaimasí 4 Y Daydream Believer CGC K Mallory/D Mallory 7 GCH CH Artemis Von Alpensee A Greendyk 8 GCH CH Corleone Joyful Burton CGC M Davidson/P Isaacson/R Isaacson 9 CH Gavius Gentius Domus Corona RN CGCA K Becker/B Travis/B Thompson 10 GCH CH Haus Gutfreund Acorn Diamond In The Sky B Goodfriend/N Goodfriend

(M)

0

0

0

1 3

683

MASTIFFS

(F)

0

0

1

2 2

676

(M)

0

0

3

4 1

631

(M)

6

28 12 9 11 9179

(M)

0

0

2

7 8

2732

(M)

0

0

1

4 6

1367

(M)

0

1

0

1 0

631

(M)

0

0

0

1 3

497

(M)

0

1

0

1 1

496

(F)

0

0

0

2 1

244

1 GCH CH Willow Ridges Risky Business J Swarts/N Walker/M Tichenor 2 GCH CH Kimmitís Rockstar K Wampler/L Gabhart 3 GCH CH Milleniums Moonshine T Plezbert/C Jones 4 GCH CH Lazy Dís Spartacus At Her Majestyís Request K Williams 5 GCH CH Sky High Firesideís Hearts Desire C Sanchez/J Sanchez/D Drozdoff/M Drozdof 6 GCH CH Jadems Oliver Twist J Berning/T Woods 7 GCH CH Lexington Divineís Put Me In, Coach RN J Sanchez/C Sanchez/M Delisa/E Tortorell 8 GCH CH Jadems Rythm-N-Boo T Woods 9 GCH CH Beowulfs Walkin On Sunshine T Collins/K Collins 10 GCH CH Dandylions Blowiní It Out Da Box J Cole

(F)

0

0

0

1 1

205

NEAPOLITAN MASTIFFS

(M)

0

0

1

1 0

199

(M)

0

0

0

1 2

173

(M) 0 1 4 3 2

1688

(M)

0

0

0

1 2

505

(M)

0

1

0

1 0

426

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

157

1 GCH CH Ironwoodís Papparrazi J Deppen/S Van-Spruill 2 GCH CH Otella Bruto A Gurrola 3 CH Il Drago Severino C Boczar 4 GCH CH Ironwoodís Marcelo Roman Luciano S Vann-Spruill 5 CH Mastino Templar Knight Of Cydonia A Hosking/R Hosking/L Ramos 6 CH Artuí Patrizio Italia A Gurrola/J Wolf

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 180

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

4 8 5 3 1

4331

0

3

6

2 5

1888

0

1

1

1 0

255

0

0

0

1 1

183

0

0

0

0 1

153

0

0

0

0 1

120

0

0

0

0 1

58

0

0

0

1 0

36

(M) 1 6 8 9 16 6872 (M)

0

3

7

7 6

1588

(M)

0

1

0

1 1

277

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

213

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

159

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

136

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

133

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

132

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

125

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

120

(M) 5 23 21 14 15 12987 (M)

0

4

10 11 4

3852

(M)

0

3

3

3 14 2723

(M)

0

1

5

2 5

1071

(F)

0

0

4

2 3

922

(M)

0

3

5

1 0

906

(M)

0

1

1

2 0

839

(M)

0

0

0

1 3

828

(F)

0

1

0

2 0

748

(M)

0

0

2

0 1

498

(M) 1 2 7 4 7

3232

(M)

0

0

3

3 3

944

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

195

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

85

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

30

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

25


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition NEWFOUNDLANDS

1 GCH CH Rosewoodís Royal Flush M Morris ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇíˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇíˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇíˇˇˇíˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇíˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇíˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇíˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇíˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

PORTUGUESE WATER DOGS

1 GCH CH Claircreek Impression De Matisse M Lint/P Helming/D Gottdenker 2 GCH CH Roseknoll Sunny Benjamin C Diamant/C Teasley/S Teasley/E Leyda 3 GCH CH Sail Away Root Beer Float M Parszewski/T Smith 4 GCH CH Spyglass N Aviator Sail With The Wind C Blancett 5 GCH CH NorthStarís Hit The Deck Running RA NAJ S Soviero/J Soviero 6 GCH CH Dandelionís Maxwellís Silver Hammer RN V Morro/W Varr Iii 7 GCH CH Cortereal Iron Man CD BN RA AX MXJ MXF J Berger/N Hunter 8 GCH CH Vindouroís By All Means K Weinberg/M Groth 9 GCH CH Patriotís Designer Girl CGC T Snyder/L Snyder/K Maguire 10 GCH CH Aspencoves Nothing Like This Majik K Durr/J Whetzel

ROTTWEILERS

1 GCH CH Chancellor Flirtís Hi Flyiní Gladiator W Lewellen 2 GCH CH Hemlockís Jack Of Hearts RA CGC K Bang/R Bang 3 GCH CH Highwoodís Call Of The Wild D Austin/T Austin 4 GCH CH Avatar Cosmac Storm M Brennan/J Mcilwaine/G Bidgood/A Mcilwa 5 GCH CH Gamegards IíLl Have Another V Braeside H Eldred 6 GCH CH Parisans Stingray of RiverRidge R Ramsour/T Johnston 7 GCH CH Ecko Ridgeís Big Easy Fast And Furious T Larroquette/B Larroquette 8 GCH CH Eis Haus Ivy League Big Red CD THD CGC J Martindale/V Mcgraw 9 GCH CH High Hills Holy Smoke CD BN RA CGC E Ross 10 GCH CH Lorals Walk This Way P Clark

SAMOYEDS

1 GCH CH Mcmagicís Candied Ham Of Pebblesrun A Kiell Green/A Green/P Mccallum 2 GCH CH McMagicís Mojo P Mccallum 3 GCH CH Glacierís Goddess Of Fire D Medeiros 4 GCH CH White Magicís Seasoned Traveler-Trekîî M Matto 5 GCH CH Pebblesí Run Play It Again Ham A Kiell Green

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

(M) 2 6 12 8 13 6653 ˇˇˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

ˇˇˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

ˇˇ ˇˇˇˇ

(M) 94 136 19 8 3

94187

(M)

0

6

10 5 7

6157

(F)

0

3

3

11 11 3821

(M)

0

3

2

3 2

1375

(M)

0

1

3

6 6

1373

(M)

0

0

1

1 6

1276

(M)

1

3

0

0 4

1210

(M)

0

0

1

4 1

688

(F)

0

0

2

0 2

670

(M)

0

2

0

1 1

640

(M) 2 15 5 10 4

9927

(M)

0

12 19 15 7

6159

(M)

2

16 11 7 2

5737

(M)

2

5

9

7 8

5042

(M)

2

6

2

4 1

4246

(M)

0

3

6

7 5

3238

(M)

0

7

10 10 9

3042

(M)

0

4

5

4 5

2350

(M)

0

1

3

3 2

1546

(M)

0

2

5

5 2

1384

(F)

4 14 9 6 3

10578

(M)

2

10 12 9 4

7399

(F)

2

6

3

0 1

2900

(M)

0

5

2

4 7

1979

(M)

0

2

4

3 2

1892

6 GCH CH Glacierwhite Moonlite Mist Chanel No. 5 A Murphy 7 GCH CH Polar Mist N Bark Barkís Built Tough C OíNeill/J OíNeill 8 GCH CH White Eagleís The Skyís The Limit For T Litton/C Montgomery/M Augustus/J Augus 9 GCH CH Snoline ëN Snowaterís On A Roll K Granacki/S Alexander/N Alexander 10 GCH CH Polar Mist CruzíN TíParty At Zamosky E Widjaja/L Blue

SIBERIAN HUSKIES

1 GCH CH Snowmistís Quicksilver Speigas L Baryte/H Shimtzu 2 GCH CH Topaz Bad Action H Tang 3 GCH CH Snowmistís Quidditch Seeker K Leblanc 4 GCH CH Milekaís Belle Starr S O Connell 5 GCH CH Kaniskaís Kauz For Kamotion At Talkeetna M Hinkle 6 GCH CH Kontokiís Isaiah Little Prayer For You N Wisniewski/R Tang/S Kao/M De Palma/T O 7 GCH CH Ziemaboraís Strut Your Stuff B Schaeffel 8 GCH CH Myla ëN Poliís Winter Rose M Falconer/F Polimeni/M Polimeni/R Davie 9 GCH CH Paragonís You Had Me At Merlot T Erickson/L Wilson 10 GCH CH Jes Just A Rockets Red Glare N Char/C Zimmerman/S Zimmerman/D Char

ST. BERNARDS

1 GCH CH Jamelleís Aristocrat V Elba BN RN CGC L Baker/E Baker 2 GCH CH Gliddens Lady Isabella K Glidden 3 GCH CH Jamelleís Camelot M Mulligan/J Mulligan 4 GCH CH Szajdaís Neverending Story CGC A Szajda/B Quagliaroli 5 GCH CH Reviloís Liquid Asset From Redside D Oliver/B Oliver 6 GCH CH Sleepy Hollows Ice Slicer T Sleep 7 GCH CH Trademarkís A Reed & Barton Von Joy J Joy/F Joy 8 CH Lasquites Ula Of Valdez B Mead/M Smith 9 GCH CH Skydancer Zenyatta V Szajda A Szajda/B Quagliaroli/D Meyers 10 CH Royal Kís Royal Remington P Kramme

STANDARD SCHNAUZERS

1 GCH CH Blackhawk Finneganís Wake L Studley/K Studley/L Green 2 GCH CH Misticís Longfellow Serenade S Marsh/A Derenzis 3 GCH CH Steinhaus Maxim Courage RN D Morse 4 GCH CH Chateau Palos Treaty Of Goarrhein TD E Mohrenweiser/M Just/H Mohrenweiser 5 GCH CH Katonís Eye Of The Tiger V Morgenwald K Koehler/P Duffee/C Reidner 6 GCH CH Charisma Maxim Von Diable L Adiletti/J Adiletti 7 GCH CH Vikingus Caesar Eytukan C Sanchez/M Sanchez 8 GCH CH Von Bergís Proof IíM True To Form C Kristensen/S Shardlow 9 GCH CH Senecaís Sterling Midnight Tango G Beeson 10 GCH CH Sketchbook Smarty Jones L Hansen/G Freeman

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 181

TOTAL

(F)

0

2

5

1 1

1638

(M)

0

2

2

5 0

1623

(M)

0

1

3

2 3

1540

(M)

0

3

2

1 3

1140

(M)

1

2

3

1 1

1119

(M) 7 20 22 13 13 14193 (M)

0

7

10 8 7

5286

(M)

2

12 8

16 3

4276

(F)

0

4

5

5 2

2449

(F)

0

2

8

3 3

2072

(M)

2

2

3

1 1

1939

(M)

0

6

5

6 2

1609

(F)

0

1

3

4 0

1530

(M)

0

1

1

3 4

1405

(M)

5

12 2

0 0

1273

(M) 3 18 19 17 10 9448 (F)

0

2

2

7 9

2753

(M)

0

1

0

2 3

1133

(M)

0

2

0

1 1

782

(M)

0

1

0

3 1

600

(F)

0

0

1

0 3

486

(M)

0

0

0

2 2

474

(F)

0

0

0

1 1

232

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

152

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

126

(M) 7 42 42 23 16 26970 (M)

3

6

3

7 7

6366

(M)

2

8

4

9 10 5590

(M)

0

3

3

6 6

3364

(F)

0

3

2

2 3

1207

(M)

0

1

0

1 0

765

(M)

0

1

3

2 6

764

(M)

0

0

0

3 4

685

(M)

0

0

1

0 2

308

(M)

0

0

1

1 1

303

CONTINUED ON PAGE 182


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition CONTINUED FROM PAGE 181 B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TIBETAN MASTIFFS

1 GCH CH Dreamcatcher Major Victory Of Loki CGC (M) D Parsons/W Slayton 2 GCH CH Drakyi Lion Of Judah (M) M Lott 3 GCH CH Sierrasí Sasha - Yakone Nanuk (M) J Butler/R Gallegos 4 GCH CH Comancheriaís Ciye Chiricahua Cochise (M) G Nunnally 5 CH Dawaís Pay Dirt (M) D Nechemias/L Claus/Z Smith 6 GCH CH Sierrasí Folly Loves Fame At Dawa (F) L Claus/D Nechemias 7 GCH CH Aujudonís Song Of The South (F) A Lee/J Lee

2 19 15 15 1

8008

0

2

4

6 6

2261

0

2

1

1 3

1196

0

0

2

2 4

590

0

0

0

1 0

244

0

0

0

0 1

235

0

0

0

0 1

27

TERRIER Group AIREDALE TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Joval Angelís Whisper V Rickard/J Rickard 2 GCH CH Penaireís Chip Leader At Longvue J Clarke/W Clarke/T Clyde/A Clyde 3 GCH CH Huntwoodís Command Performance Of C Vitosh/J Linn/S Kipp 4 GCH CH Epochís New York Minute A Moore/D Moore 5 GCH CH Epochís Time Bandit A Moore/D Moore 6 GCH CH Joval Itís My Time V Rickard/J Rickard 7 CH Avondale Isaac Tewton Of Tartan Scottshire M Loshak/C Scott 8 GCH CH Raynaire V Crescentís Secret Storm C Johnson/K Coffey 9 GCH CH Windancerís Aerosmithís Dream On C Pitts 10 CH Huntwoodís Williní And Able Of Tobylinn T Pedersen/J Linn

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(F)

4 35 28 15 11 10698

(M)

0

3

4

7 7

1764

(M)

0

5

3

5 2

541

(M)

0

5

4

6 6

473

(M)

0

5

5

2 0

465

(M)

0

0

3

3 1

396

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

106

(F)

0

1

1

1 1

90

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

84

(M)

0

1

1

0 1

82

AMERICAN STAFFORDSHIRE TERRIERS 1 GCH CH Angarda Deja Vu Looking At You E Mckee-Heath 2 GCH CH Alpineís Ring Of Fire CGC J Mosing/E Thomason/K Thomason/V Piltz 3 GCH CH Alpineís Highwayman CGC E Thomason/K Thomason/J Branch/S Janga 4 GCH CH Vaca Valleyís Bold Ruler For Frajaec G Brown/K Rudzik/B Gottier/D Pesenti/J M 5 GCH CH Chavez Let It Ride At Bonsai G Simonds/A Ghione 6 GCH CH Lbkís Enuf Talk About Ruby Of Mule Creek L Jagta/L Keller 7 GCH CH Alpineís Lonewolf Whisky River S Killen/L Killen/G Thorton 8 GCH CH Diablos Queen Sophie Anne R Whitlow/S Whitlow 9 GCH CH Sierraís Ground Zero L Wilson 10 GCH CH Ciceroís Clash Of The Titans N Patrick/J Patrick

AUSTRALIAN TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Dunham Lake Scout Master T Steinmetz/J Steinmetz/T Goiffon 2 GCH CH Temora Ri Diercc Z Smith 3 GCH CH Rybaís Call Me Irresponsible S Bachman/T Schreeder 4 GCH CH Nellysonís Mr Dont Skip The Zip C Mechalke/J Mechalke 5 GCH CH Benayr Nick Of Time M Porter 6 GCH CH Shastakin Flying Dust Buster Z Van Wyck De Ropp

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(M) 2 14 13 18 15 7352

(M)

2

16 11 6 6

5109

(M)

3

4

0

0 0

1786

(M)

0

3

6

4 8

1112

(M)

0

2

7

3 5

1093

(F)

0

2

2

3 5

847

(M)

0

1

3

5 6

542

(F)

0

1

3

5 1

379

(M)

0

1

1

2 1

364

(M)

0

0

0

3 3

344

(M) 2 19 14 12 9

3776

(M)

0

15 11 9 8

2498

(M)

0

0

2

2 1

627

(M)

0

0

2

6 2

619

(M)

0

2

2

2 3

491

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

274

7 GCH CH Rybaís Gotham City Hero M Langham/S Bachman/T Schreeder 8 GCH CH Arista Redskys Love Is All There Is P Levy 9 CH Temora American Maid J Seaton/Z Smith 10 GCH CH P.S. Phoebe Ii Christhill K Hill/W Christensen

BEDLINGTON TERRIERS

1 GCH CH First Class Willow Wind The Phoenix S Friedemann/J Fogel 2 GCH CH Pineriverís Show Me The Money S Holden/J Berk 3 GCH CH Wrightwynís Power Play S Bethea 4 GCH CH Glaurieus Top Supermodelle L Friesen/W Friesen 5 GCH CH Lamz Heads I Win Tails You Lose CAA L Zembrzuski/G Gilbeau 6 GCH CH Bling Blingís Bleu Sapphire J Steele/E Wolkenmuth 7 GCH CH Patchworkís Built To Last B Lundy 8 GCH CH Sandon Ní Oakhill Jazzyís Top Secret C Foti 9 GCH CH Carillon Chazzen De Hayyim L Heyman 10 GCH CH Peremi I M A Player J Weiskopf/L Nilsson

BORDER TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Meadowlake Simply Sinful K Courtelis/K Fitzpatrick/J Wilkinson/D 2 GCH CH Meadowlake Pants On Fire K Fitzpatrick/T Bradley/K Courtelis 3 GCH CH Mchillís Hrh Prince Gizmo House Of Gremlin P Holson/A Barrios 4 GCH CH Ristle Alley Hoop At Coldstream JE R Cobussen/G Cobussen 5 CH Orangebox Firecracker S Kane 6 GCH CH Devons La Tua Cantante K Myers/G Myers 7 GCH CH Foxburrow Celebrity Apprentice G Scott/R Scott 8 GCH CH Bellwether Itís Hard To Be Me At Coldstream R Cobussen/P Hulsing/A Straka 9 GCH CH Surefyreís Just In Time M Smith/C Bartlett 10 GCH CH Brocair Field Of Cherry Blossoms A Donovan

BULL TERRIERS (COLORED)

1 GCH CH Banbury Bedrock Bright Star Bright M Remer/R Lamkins/K Lamkins/W Mackay-Smi 2 GCH CH Glentomís Dirty Harry T Cournoyer/G Wright 3 GCH CH Yoeckydoeís Kissproof H Knockaert 4 GCH CH Aragonís Rufˇn It At Honeytree P Selk/V Everett/P Grecco/M Bankus 5 GCH CH Action First Try C Claburn/F Berez 6 GCH CH Soquel Millenium Seafarer G Harlamoff/N Waynee 7 CH Hawthorn Leap Of Faith M Quinn/P OíDriscoll 8 GCH CH Javarke King At Arnolds A Salas/G Anderson 9 GCH CH Rockytopís Outlaw Kid L Stafford/G Stafford/R Poole/W Poole 10 GCH CH Old Englandís Montgomery A Bavol/W Bavol

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 182

TOTAL

(M)

0

2

0

1 2

269

(M)

0

0

1

0 1

150

(F)

0

0

0

3 2

133

(F)

0

0

2

0 0

103

(M) 0 9 10 10 6

1819

(M)

0

6

6

4 10 1412

(M)

0

2

7

7 8

1114

(F)

0

4

7

6 2

668

(M)

0

4

4

2 5

666

(F)

0

1

4

1 4

482

(M)

0

0

4

6 5

444

(F)

0

0

2

2 6

374

(M)

0

3

4

3 1

325

(M)

0

3

1

1 1

225

(F)

4 13 1 1 1

4501

(F)

0

16 10 15 3

3473

(M)

0

6

14 10 9

2964

(F)

0

2

3

5 4

1008

(M)

0

1

1

1 6

574

(M)

0

0

2

4 2

537

(F)

0

0

0

5 7

461

(M)

0

0

2

3 2

347

(M)

0

0

2

1 1

305

(F)

0

1

3

0 2

244

(F)

1 10 6 2 0

(M)

0

9

9

8 10 1630

(M)

1

7

2

1 1

1314

(F)

0

3

3

3 6

691

(F)

0

0

1

0 1

390

(M)

0

1

1

2 1

300

(M)

0

0

0

2 3

254

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

158

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

123

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

103

2187


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition BULL TERRIERS (WHITE)

1 GCH CH Global Mighty White At Kilacabar C Whitmer/S Whitmer/C Kilpatrick/C Kilpa 2 GCH CH Bulliards Good Hearted Woman J Snider/M Long 3 GCH CH Bullseye Oliver Orion N May/M May 4 GCH CH Banbury Bedrock Bright Diamond K Longhofer/M Remer/K Lamkins/W Mackay-S 5 Stonebull Matrix Revolutions R Macdonald 6 CH Winsor And Legacy Mojo Rising S Wylie/D Wilson/M Dussault/F Wilson 7 GCH CH Allegro Rockstar S Harris/D Harris 8 CH Jump ëNí Jive At Bullistic The Joker I Morden/D Morden 9 CH Nuance Naughty Or Nice C Parker 9 GCH CH Brickhouse Lone Ranger K Frickert/J Bouthilet

CAIRN TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Hjohooís Save Hjour Love For Me V Malzoni/E Theodorsson 2 GCH CH Connacht A Haí Penny Will Do M Joyce 3 GCH CH Roccoís Collar King Carl Xvi Gustaf K Kauffman/W Eckard 4 GCH CH Cyntuís Twist N Shout D Vogt/S Vogt 5 GCH CH Terriwood Mvp T Godwin/K Godwin/B Doyle/N Doyle 6 GCH CH Dogwood Treasure Hunter P Davis 7 GCH CH Stonebridge Just A Little Bit Better D Ziesmer 8 GCH CH Cairndale Wonderful Life At Lovat RN P Patzman/J Mortenson 9 GCH CH Hjohooís Just The Way Hjo Are E Theodorsson/V Malzoni 10 GCH CH Bordairnís Total Chaos M Welch

CESKY TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Zlatapraha Gillespie Blueˇre P Huber/N Huber/T Smith/P Bale 2 GCH CH Milenkaís Hector In Act Four L Kapustina/A Kapustin/L Marino

DANDIE DINMONT TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Lonsdale Sir Joseph Porter A Simpson 2 GCH CH Pastime The Dandie Wears Prada K Cramer 3 GCH CH Kingís Mtn. Alice Springs C Chriscaden/M Furlong 4 GCH CH Kingís Mtn. Angelina Ballerina S Hickson/B Stenmark 5 CH Aranisleís Brute Force S Mcdannald/B Mcdannald 6 GCH CH Derrydown Double Indemnity G Myers/K Myers 6 Elfwish Mr Peepers S Wasserman/D Francis/S Wolfskill 8 CH Schoonerís Spirit Of Denison P Carr/K Dorn 9 GCH CH Clossongrey Jack O Lantern B Baese 10 CH Derrydown Schoonerís Keeping Up Appearances L Shelton/K Dorn/P Carr/L Carr

FOX TERRIERS (SMOOTH)

1 GCH CH Absolutely Talk Of The Town J Smith/E Boyes 2 GCH CH Broxden Waybroke Halstan Heritage V Malzoni

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

(M) 0 1 7 4 6

608

(F)

0

0

7

2 0

553

(M)

0

1

1

3 5

538

(F)

0

0

1

0 1

177

(F)

0

1

3

3 3

162

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

156

(M)

0

0

2

1 0

101

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

94

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

93

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

93

(F)

0 3 20 14 9

4459

(M)

0

4

16 20 7

3640

(M)

0

3

8

9 8

1785

(M)

0

3

8

11 14 1383

(M)

0

2

5

6 6

1349

(M)

0

5

9

6 5

1218

(M)

0

1

7

8 4

838

(F)

0

0

1

0 3

234

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

181

(M)

0

2

2

2 4

169

(M) 0 2 2 6 8

537

(M)

52

0

0

0

1 0

(M) 0 2 5 3 5

563

(F)

0

0

0

0 3

289

(F)

0

0

0

0 3

276

(F)

0

1

0

1 0

264

(M)

0

3

1

0 0

91

(F)

0

0

0

0 2

60

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

60

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

52

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

45

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

26

(F)

11 32 7 1 2

10870

(M)

2

4595

30 15 18 7

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

3 GCH CH Sayoís Jai Ho M Briceno/J Possenti 4 GCH CH High Mtn Everso Smooth S Perrine/C Snavely 5 GCH CH Wedigit Paparazzi T Haines/L Smith 6 GCH CH JíCobe Broxden Danea V Malzoni/A Booth/P Booth/W Dalling 7 GCH CH LilíItch Pretty Woman At Foxwatch W Perry/W Perry/S Hoesman 8 GCH CH High Mountain Everso In Command P Farmer 9 GCH CH Foxjar Absolutely Awesome A Ruggieri/J Smith/D Gabel 10 GCH CH LilíItch Steeplechase M Aroney/T Haines/A Aroney

FOX TERRIERS (WIRE)

1 GCH CH Afterall Painting The Sky V Malzoni/T Steele/S Olund/M Olund/D Rya 2 GCH CH Crispy Legacy A Agenta/D Eggert/J Eggert/A Astrom 3 GCH CH Crynwyd Caprice H Cole/K Harris 4 GCH CH Gordonís Bite Of The Apple J Hanson/S Hanson 5 GCH CH Fox Creek Jp I Wish H Tsuyuki/J Diehl 6 GCH CH BríEr Fox Philippa Of Hunterston J Hunter/C Mouris 7 GCH CH Frenchpark Ard Ri Niall M Hermon/J Killeen 8 CH Fox Creek J Flagship At Santeric H Tsuyuki/R Kramer 9 GCH CH Garcini & Rangelís Rock N Rolla L Garcini/K Rogers/J Paquette 10 CH Fyrewyre Fit To Be Tied K Courtelis/D Benn/J Wilkinson

GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Kilkennyís Sullivan Of Castlerock C Chiddister/S Blum 2 GCH CH Libertyís Darren Of Daulton P Estes/J Daulton 3 CH Tipperary Rumor Has It M Ewald/M Mcdaniel/J Lynn 4 Glentyrs Lady Isabelle At Castlerock C Chiddister 5 GCH CH Finnabair Song OíMy Heart M Mcdaniel/M Ewald 6 GCH CH Libertyís Padraig E Pires/A Lynn 7 GCH CH Daultonís Sen Quinn Of Blessington S Eck/J Daulton/P Estes 8 GCH CH Daultonís Emerald Green J Daulton/P Estes/M Greene/C Greene 9 CH Emerald Isleís Keely With Daulton T Thomas/S Thomas/J Daulton/P Estes 10 GCH CH Abberann Abaigeal S Blum/J Blum

IRISH TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Rockledge Mccallen Of Meath L Honey/J Wilson/J Macdonald 2 GCH CH Sharobís Commander In Chief S Lindgren/R Lindgren 3 GCH CH Windeire Aurora Borealis P Macdonald 4 GCH CH Gingerbreadís Dark and Stormy T Lahti 5 CH Breezyís Redhawk Jack Clancy E Campbell/T Vandezande 6 CH Fleet St Fire And Ice A Barker 7 CH Red Devilís Irish, Lucifers Fireîî J Philip/M Mattus 8 GCH CH Kells Touch Of Fleet St. A Barker

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 183

TOTAL

(F)

6

23 19 2 4

4261

(M)

0

5

12 9 7

1908

(M)

0

4

5

5 5

1504

(F)

0

6

2

6 0

1456

(F)

0

4

9

7 8

1174

(M)

0

5

3

5 0

1073

(M)

0

0

3

6 7

787

(M)

0

2

6

3 3

691

(F)

85 149 11 0 1

107102

(M)

12 31 12 9 3

13687

(F)

0

2

4

11 0

1370

(M)

0

5

3

2 1

805

(F)

0

0

0

3 2

719

(F)

0

2

2

0 0

418

(M)

0

1

1

3 2

361

(F)

0

1

1

0 1

288

(M)

0

1

2

3 2

282

(F)

0

0

1

1 0

278

(M) 0 0 2 4 6

503

(M)

0

1

0

1 3

232

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

102

(F)

0

0

0

1 1

93

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

42

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

40

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

37

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

26

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

21

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

17

(M) 0 2 10 8 10 2316 (M)

0

2

4

7 5

674

(F)

0

0

0

5 3

391

(M)

0

1

0

4 2

285

(M)

0

1

0

0 1

206

(F)

0

1

2

0 0

188

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

113

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

48

CONTINUED ON PAGE 184


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition CONTINUED FROM PAGE 183

9 GCH CH Anamcara Aidanís Angel J Herring/R Hoh 10 GCH CH Trackways Sun Stone C Rivera/K Warner/T Cassidy

KERRY BLUE TERRIERS

1 GCH CH True Blue Madonna E Randall 2 GCH CH Class Act By Hallsblu W Berry 3 GCH CH Saredon Shock Waves Of Irisblu A Norman/H Quigg 4 GCH CH Irisblu Mirage J Garahan/K Garahan 5 GCH CH Edbrios Russian Roulette E Hansen 6 GCH CH Dinnyesvarosi Mexico L Zambrano 7 GCH CH Ciarraiís Beltane Embers P Fox/J Deaton 8 GCH CH Kamagh Too Busy Bein Fabulous N Han/W Mcfadden 9 GCH CH Kerriselís Hereís Looking At You R Nicholson/C Nicholson 10 GCH CH Morwinís Holidazzle W Morris

LAKELAND TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Larkspur Acadia Save Me A Spot A Barker/S Fraser/M Sacco 2 GCH CH Hi-Kel Terrydale Fortune Forward Terrydale Knl/K Mcindoe/C Dowd/B Dowd/C 3 GCH CH Hi-Kel Terrydale Fortune In My Eyes A Geremia/F Cashin/Terrydale Knl 4 GCH CH Nanhalls Koichi Hikel Terrydale B Bates/W Bates 5 GCH CH Delzar Sweet Sin-Sation P Harbison 6 CH Hi-Kel Terrydale Delzar Kanaloa K Brown/R Sray/V Skou/M Skou 7 CH Brocairís Hrh Prince Harry L Rogan/K Rogan 8 GCH CH Shefˇeldís Damsel Of Irish Spirits J Mccarthy/R Mccarthy 9 Larkspur Acadia Summer Secret At Greycottage M Sacco/N Kenney/L Kenney/S Fraser 10 CH Snowtaires Back To The Future B Decker/L Parker

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

46

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

38

(F)

1 30 32 19 12 7714

(M)

2

22 18 12 6

5199

(F)

0

8

7

5 5

2216

(F)

1

7

8

3 8

2023

(F)

0

5

7

9 8

1515

(M)

1

2

2

2 2

898

(F)

0

7

5

6 5

771

(F)

0

1

1

3 2

647

(M)

0

0

4

2 2

315

(F)

0

0

1

3 6

263

(M) 4 37 22 12 11 10923 (M)

2

17 12 7 1

5862

(F)

0

6

13 5 9

2864

(M)

0

7

13 5 3

1728

(F)

0

1

1

1 3

752

(F)

1

7

5

4 3

647

(M)

0

0

1

2 0

197

(F)

0

0

0

2 0

103

(F)

0

0

0

1 1

98

(M)

0

0

2

0 0

90

MANCHESTER TERRIERS (STANDARD) 1 GCH CH Oasis Razzmatazz V Stanert/B Stanert 2 GCH CH Toria Royalty In The Making T Taylor/V Herbert-Thorsland 3 GCH CH Wilaneís Midnight Rydor R Gates/B Wood/K Brewer 4 GCH CH Medleyís War Hunt E Tonini/J Tonini/J Tonini-Zanotto 5 GCH CH Oasis Pillow Talk M Belanger/G Anderson/J Anderson 6 GCH CH Rum Runners Careless Love Udy J Meister/C Waddell/A Guthrie 7 CH Doubletrees Apollo On Stage E Harris/T Smith 8 CH Wilaneís All We R Is Dust On The Wind B Wood/B Wood/J Emerick 9 GCH CH Y-Not Party Everyday CA K Craig/R Osborne/R Osborne 10 GCH CH Reidís Impeccable Topsey S Harris/P Hall

MINIATURE BULL TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Cambriaís Kid N Play L Baggenstos/R Baggenstos/A Guerrero/D G 2 GCH CH Dytona Vip M Jacobs/A Klishas/E Feuz 3 GCH CH Amchara Roc Ur World K Toland/S Toland

(M) 0 2 4 10 5

802

(M)

0

0

2

4 8

627

(M)

0

0

1

2 2

425

(M)

0

1

2

3 2

374

(F)

0

1

3

0 3

326

(M)

0

0

1

1 2

156

(M)

0

1

1

0 2

146

(M)

0

1

0

2 1

138

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

123

(F)

0

0

0

1 1

102

(M) 5 28 27 15 10 7801 (M)

6

28 28 17 9

6225

(M)

1

2

1672

4

3 3

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

4 GCH CH Evolution Runs With Scissors S Cummings/K Toomey/C Jensen 5 GCH CH Bonsai Winning Colors At Bullikountry R Kennedy/G Simonds 6 GCH CH Eggstream Gespielís G Force W Goldacker/J Goldacker/L Duncan 7 GCH CH Ruffshaadís Caprice At Royalbard R Hausken/O Hausken/E Held/C Korn 8 GCH CH Gridiron Minotaur Mission To Marzipan P Denbow/V Giamo 9 CH Debullyís Royal Spirit L Mann 10 CH Badlesmere Black Russian L Pethke/J Shaw

MINIATURE SCHNAUZERS

1 GCH CH Allaruth Just Kidding V Sole Baye Y Phelps/R Ziegler 2 GCH CH Regencyís Play For Keeps D Lewis/K Lewis/B Verna 3 GCH CH Joker Landís Glacyka Fci M Uryu/J Constantine 4 GCH CH Tomarís Captain Kirk M Paisley 5 GCH CH Kruseís High Interest M Lande/B Kruse 6 GCH CH Rockyhill Icees Raisiní The Barîî S Fry 7 GCH CH Legendís B-B-B Bad To The Bone D Huff/S Huff 8 GCH CH Larohís Irish Road Warrior R Hartshorn/L Hartshorn/B Kilbourne 9 GCH CH Kellyís Tamarís Made Of Steele G Kelly/L Tamar 10 GCH CH Repittion Joleeís Spring Time In April J Williams/K Garmaker

NORFOLK TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Yarrow Venerie Ticket To Ride P Beale/J Beale 2 CH Yarrow Venerie Trader Vic From Owl Hollow B Thomas/A Thomas/P Beale 3 GCH CH Barnstable Bold Over NFP S Stemmler 4 GCH CH Max-Wellís Diamond Thief B Miller/M Mcternan 5 GCH CH Avalonís Spring Coveís Simon Eyes K Nelson 6 CH Arroyoís Jingle All The Way A Dum/E Dum 7 GCH CH Max-Wellís Valley Girl D Glas 8 GCH CH Happy Hartís Queen Lilly J Hartley 9 GCH CH Caprock Life Of The Party E Davenport/J Harper 10 GCH CH Some Buddy Llwydd Eric The Red J Carter/T Carter/H Cole

NORWICH TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Camioís Educated Exemplar C Rogers 2 GCH CH Skyscotís Texas Hold ëEm S Esposito 3 GCH CH Highwoodís Whirling Dun J Fonyo/N Fonyo 4 GCH CH Thunderwoodís First Robin Of Spring T Willrich/K Conlan 5 GCH CH Apollo C Chen/C Trexler/C Foucrault 6 GCH CH Itsy Bitsy Tanglewood Ranger K Cwik/A Cwik 7 GCH CH Foxwood Chasing A Dream K Mines/A Kress 8 GCH CH Dunbarís Heir Apparent J Kefeli 9 GCH CH Ma-Ya Sweet ëNí Sassy Y Harr/M Harr

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TOTAL

(F)

0

1

4

4 8

908

(F)

0

1

1

0 3

312

(M)

0

0

1

2 0

147

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

113

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

106

(F)

0

0

0

2 0

96

(M)

0

1

0

0 0

71

(M) 19 65 30 8 2

23575

(M)

2

6

14 6 7

4056

(M)

0

7

9

11 4

2066

(M)

0

2

7

4 3

1334

(M)

0

1

3

8 7

1112

(M)

0

1

2

7 10 988

(M)

0

1

2

5 5

756

(M)

0

3

3

4 3

649

(M)

1

1

0

2 2

648

(F)

0

0

2

6 0

434

(M) 6 44 25 18 10 14561 (M)

0

3

6

3 6

894

(M)

0

4

3

8 0

663

(M)

0

2

1

0 1

313

(M)

0

0

1

0 1

111

(F)

0

0

0

1 3

88

(F)

0

0

0

1 1

82

(F)

0

0

0

0 4

63

(F)

0

0

0

1 2

49

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

47

(M) 1 11 12 11 11 2683 (M)

1

7

6

1 1

1534

(M)

0

2

8

3 5

1429

(M)

0

6

2

3 2

926

(M)

0

1

3

5 6

900

(M)

0

0

0

2 5

318

(M)

0

0

0

2 1

264

(M)

0

0

1

1 2

228

(F)

0

1

1

4 4

210


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

10 GCH CH M & Mís Macho Man D Moore

PARSON RUSSELL TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Foxbend Colour Me More K Courtelis/D Bryson/J Wilkinson 2 GCH CH Rosewoods O.M.G. S Johnson/C Howton 3 GCH CH Shasta N Sonship A Skip L Reinhard/T Reinhard 4 GCH CH Fox Valley Devil In Disguise C Florence/J Felten 5 GCH CH Panther Creek The Full Monty J Ramming/R Ford 6 GCH CH Posey Canyon No Brainer! T Stanczyk/R Stanczyk 7 GCH CH Cobblestone Gathers No Moss JE S Tolleson/K Baker 8 GCH CH Dream Hiís Lilí Surfer Dude K Rickard/L Rickard 9 CH Posey Canyon Classic Stun Gun T Stanczyk/J Johnston 10 GCH CH Northern Lights Mysia Zaglada M Strom-Bernard/T Bernard

RAT TERRIERS

1 Bur-Way Without Limits B Trammell/F Trammell 2 GCH CH Stoneybays Ur Martiniís ServíD CM S Mcwilliams/T Jordan 3 Dos Kn Pn Rnb Heís The Wizard S Hendrix/D Hendrix 4 Hdkís Sweetest Thing On Golden Hills A Burns 5 GCH CH Raganratís Quintessential Q CM RN OA OAJ D Ragan/H Browne 6 Cohills You Can Do Magic T Dennis/A Hill 7 CH Kenannís LivíN N Loví N Life CM A Agostine 8 GCH CH Riverridge Trin2 Sail 2 The Top CM CA B Brown/S Mcwilliams 9 CH River Ridge Winning Ways L Iazzetti/S Mcwilliams

RUSSELL TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Goldsandís Columbus M Ulrich/C Areskough 2 GCH CH Appassionato Jp Monamourís Star A Hargrave/C Areskough 3 GCH CH Rivendellís Tinker Toy S Sobel 4 GCH CH Monamour Jpp Energy Of Kiss E Reisman 5 GCH CH Goldsandís Billie Jean CA M Wooldridge/J Stevens/C Manelopoulos/R 6 GCH CH Monamour Jp Part Time Lover K Miichi 7 GCH CH Meadowbrook Madison CM S Sobel 8 CH Falling Branch The Patriot L Mckinney/L Grimsley 9 CH Kajsenborgís Dirty Diana H Andersen/T Grennaae 10 CH Edisonís Knick Knack B Edison

SCOTTISH TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Invercrest Surely Why Not D Eggert/J Eggert 2 GCH CH Mcvanís Be Bop Baby V Huber/R Cross 3 GCH CH Kelwynís History In The Making K Edell/D Edell 4 GCH CH Mcvanís To Russia With Love M Khenkina 5 GCH CH Charthill Top Billing K Vogt/C Hill/K Hill

(M)

(F) 2 11 6 9 3 2318 (F)

0

3

8

9

6

1874

(M)

0

4

5

9

9

1284

(F)

0

0

6

11

10

961

(M)

0

0

7

4

7

924

(M)

1

3

2

2

4

572

(F)

0

0

0

0

1

490

(M)

0

2

0

2

3

377

(M)

0

2

2

1

4

366

(M)

0

0

1

1

1

119

(M) 0 0 0 0 1 206 (M)

0

0

0

1

1

97

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

79

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

71

(M)

0

0

1

0 1

63

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

48

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

34

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

32

(M)

0

0

1

0

17

0

9

(M)

1

6

12

(F)

0

2

1

3

7

777

(F)

0

0

1

3

3

557

(F)

0

1

3

0

3

548

(M)

0

0

2

1

3

389

(F)

0

0

0

2

2

189

(M)

0

0

2

0

2

186

(F)

0

1

1

1

0

185

(M)

0

1

0

0

1

90

1568

(F) 1 12 14 14 12 4093 1

1

(F)

1

2

1

(M)

0

6

19

(F)

0

4

4

2

5

2212

(M)

0

7

7

8

8

1967

13

2611 8

6 GCH CH Kingsview Just Ebony C Blain/L Tuttle 7 GCH CH Chyscottís Making An Entrance L Shafer/W Shafer/K Simmons 8 GCH CH Dynastyís Br Donald Rockfeller D Burge/R Cross 9 GCH CH Friendship Hill Stars And Stripes P Gallatin/M Browne 10 GCH CH Cumbriaís Ready Jet Go P Wooster/T Wooster

SEALYHAM TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Efbeís Thunder Rd At Burberry S Hawks/F Bergeron/L Tetreault/S Middleb 2 GCH CH Wildwind Mojito B Snyder/J Ferrera/B Fain 3 GCH CH Hotshotís Royal Sheíll Make ëEm Cry B Dunlap/R Dunlap 4 GCH CH Slyfox Sassy Lady Of Bluffís End C Echelbarger/J Taggart/K Jacobson 5 CH Thunder Rds Blueberry Hill S Hawks 6 CH Efbeís Goodspice Special Agent M Good/F Bergeron 7 CH Thunder Rd Walking In The Sand I David 8 CH Free Range White Warrior B Monteleone 9 Bedlamís High Speed Car Chase At Nerak R Wegner/K Wegner/W Jones/M Jones

SKYE TERRIERS

(M) 27 103 23 6 9 34964 5

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 0 2 7 2 200

2220

1 CH Cragsmoor Good Time Charlie V Malzoni/Cragsmoor Knl 2 GCH CH Talakan Trumpeter Swan J Davis 3 GCH CH Gleanntan Wonderful Wizard Of Oz Gleanntan Knl 4 GCH CH Solana Demolition Man M Shiue 5 GCH CH Jay-Roy Byrne ëN Hot For You D Salandro 6 GCH CH Solana Big Lebowski M Shiue 7 GCH CH Desire Of Love DellíAntica Caledonia S Middleton 8 GCH CH Marwyn Keeper Of The Stars A Scott/C Schuman/M Smith 9 Cragsmoor Mr. Good Stuff V Malzoni/Cragsmoor Knl 10 GCH CH Gleanntan Gaelforce T Wright/Gleanntan Knl

SOFT COATED WHEATEN TERRIERS 1 GCH CH Doubloonís Extreme Play E Landa 2 GCH CH Shandalee Fireworks D Sealy/N Bailey 3 GCH CH Ainle Villanova Mouth Of The South CGC K Elliot 4 GCH CH Lochlinear Gleanngay Cha Ching P Mullin 5 GCH CH Villanova Blame It On The Bossanova C Phelps/B Phelps 6 GCH CH Bonney Labor Of Love V Gosnell/D Gosnell/B Snyder 7 GCH CH Blessing High Regard L Morgan/W Morgan 8 Doubloonís All That Glitters E Landa 9 GCH CH Greentree Gold Charm B Mcdonald/K Mcdonald 10 GCH CH Mil Mear Geragold Galileo CGC B Hempel/M Kipp/N OíSullivan

TOTAL

(F)

0

5

9

10

14

1058

(F)

0

0

4

4

5

1049

(M)

0

0

1

4

1

723

(M)

0

2

0

0

2

601

(F)

0

0

2

3

2

232

(M) 0 9 16 17 20 4377 (M)

0

0

5

2

2

445

(F)

0

1

1

2

3

368

(F)

0

1

0

1

0

164

(M)

0

0

3

4

2

132

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

20

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

7

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

4

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

3

(M) 11 35 20 6 2 14042 (M)

0

1

1

2

1

802

(M)

0

1

0

3

9

644

(M)

0

1

2

6

3

481

(M)

0

7

4

1

4

431

(M)

0

0

0

1

5

397

(F)

0

1

0

3

1

374

(M)

0

2

1

0

3

172

(M)

0

0

1

1

0

143

(M)

0

0

0

2

2

133

(F) 0 3 10 6 8 2986 (F)

0

7

10

12

5

1395

(F)

0

1

5

1 7

515

(M)

0

2

3

3

1

331

(M)

0

2

0

1

2

275

(F)

0

0

0

1

2

196

(M)

0

0

1

0

1

175

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

157

(F)

0

0

2

1

2

153

(M)

0

0

2

0

2

141

CONTINUED ON PAGE 186

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Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition CONTINUED FROM PAGE 185 B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIERS

TOTAL

1 GCH CH Cumhil Hell Raiser (M) 2 19 15 20 17 3848 Z Smith 2 CH Seenworstaff Lucky Me (F) 1 1 0 0 0 935 M Bryant/S Carter 3 GCH CH Shortyrocks Jasper By Dumbriton (M) 1 1 0 0 0 897 M Bryant/S Carter 4 GCH CH Sylon Bruce Of Ringmaster (M) 0 1 4 5 6 811 M Darwish/J Miller 5 GCH CH Red Samurai (M) 0 1 2 3 8 685 Z Smith 6 GCH CH Vomhausharrock Dondiegoredrock (M) 0 0 2 5 2 672 L Heimbuch/T Alberg 7 GCH CH Challengerís Honky Tonk Man (M) 0 0 5 2 3 366 R Mcgaugh/S Hill/T Boyle 8 GCH CH Reigning Bulls Analyzed By The Devil (M) 0 3 3 4 0 270 C Chun/J Chun 9 GCH CH Empire N Divines Change In My Pocket CA (M) 0 0 1 3 0 206 L Divine/T Glover 9 GCH CH Red Rocks Desert Storm (M) 0 1 5 3 0 206 B Kriger/C Kriger

WELSH TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Shaireabís Bayleigh Maid Of Honor S Abmeyer/K Bailey/T Lee/X Xie 2 GCH CH Malvado Devil Woman P Clark/N Clark 3 GCH CH Darwyn Esmeralda In Sanherpinc J Anspach/M Duafala/P Allen/S Pinto 4 GCH CH Sanherpinc Poporopo At Teritails T Lohmuller 5 GCH CH Shaireabís Bayleigh Last Call To Penbryn S Abmeyer/K Bailey/T Lee/X Xie 6 GCH CH Malvado Thunder Storm P Clark/J Stephens 7 CH Abbeyrose Black Diamond J Anspach/M Duafala/P Allen 8 CH Noraly Of The New Husken B Schwartz/R Berg/S Curran 9 GCH CH Summersunís Sweet Memories J Simmons 10 Shaireabís Bayleigh Caught With The Cash S Abmeyer/K Bailey

WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Deerhaven Hez Justin Kredible At Orion D Bouderra/J Kays/G Kays/I Keushgenian 2 GCH CH Camcrest Andsurely Jasmine J Downing/S Campbell/R Roberts/A Sanders 3 GCH CH Devonshire Out Of The Starting Gate T Pancost 4 GCH CH Tullybloomís Classiˇed Credentials P Cohen/C Cohen 5 GCH CH Ashgate U S Great Expectations L Pacheco/N Brown 6 GCH CH Wyndbraeís Maclaren P Whiting/S Byrd/W Noble 7 GCH CH Glenns Monte Carlo W Falls 8 GCH CH AíHylan New Moon A RiseíN P Marks 9 GCH CH Doncastleís Nathan Of Mac-Ken-Char D Peacock/J Glodek 10 GCH CH White Oaks Invincible Snowplow S Meisels/G Meisels

(F)

16 70 23 17 5

25188

(F)

0

9

4

6

6

1588

(F)

1

2

2

0

3

1009

(F)

0

2

8

4

3

885

(M)

1

4

0

2 1

669

(M)

0

3

4

2

1

587

(F)

0

1

1

2

3

236

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

210

(F)

0

0

2

4

4

196

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

169

(M) 0 7 10 12 12 3867 (F)

0

9

18 15 11 3628

(M)

0

4

13 17 13 1969

(F)

0

1

9

10 5

1105

(M)

0

1

2

4 7

715

(M)

0

0

0

1 3

671

(M)

0

2

2

5 2

579

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

315

(M)

0

0

2

1 2

302

(M)

0

1

0

0 2

275

TOY Group AFFENPINSCHERS

1 GCH CH Tamarin Tarheel A Shultz/G Shultz 2 GCH CH Yarrowís Hi-Tech Ben There Done That W Truesdale/W Truesdale/L Wubbell 3 GCH CH Xelaís Party Hat S Jones/S Hill/A Romero 4 GCH CH Banana Joe V. Tani Kazari Z Truesdale/M Cooymans 5 CH Tamarin Tanner C Clapp 6 GCH CH Airescot Peer Gynt D Gehnert/L Bitz 7 GCH CH Xelaís Party Tric D Wood/S Jones/D Hichborn/P Belmont 8 GCH CH Vilyís Apolo Ohno V Hutton 9 GCH CH Airescot Sunset L Baker 10 GCH CH Strongfort Opium Puffn Muffn L Carpenter/C Beaver/M Peat

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(M) 2 21 14 17 14 10203 (M)

0

13 27 15 8

6201

(F)

0

6

8

9

6

3380

(M)

1

1

1

0

0

2379

(M)

0

1

4

2

2

1145

(M)

0

1

1

3

2

982

(M)

0

1

0

3

1

869

(M)

0

2

4

1

0

672

(F)

0

0

3

0

3

565

(M)

0

0

2

1

2

527

BRUSSELS GRIFFONS

1 GCH CH Paragons Sharp Dressed Man At Greengates (M) 0 10 14 13 12 7017 F Cashin/M Gale/K Fleener 2 GCH CH Hilltopís GQ Cover Boy (M) 1 10 10 13 20 6819 P Brown 3 GCH CH Fist Face A Penny For Your Thought (F) 2 13 13 8 9 6092 D Burvee 4 GCH CH Hilltopís Watch Me Now (M) 0 0 2 5 7 1691 M Grafton 5 GCH CH Marsdon Frankly Speaking (M) 0 1 2 4 7 1519 B Strange 6 GCH CH Seagryphs Cuba Libre (F) 0 4 7 4 6 1500 M Rogers/M Kornfeld/E Kornfeld 7 GCH CH Tupelo Axel Rose Br (M) 0 2 3 2 4 984 J Saba/P Kolesar-Stoltz/J Constantine/L 8 GCH CH Chismickís Lights On Broadway (M) 0 0 2 3 0 755 K Jaeger/M Jaeger 9 GCH CH Jimijoís Bare With Me (M) 0 1 0 1 0 302 K Jacobson 10 GCH CH Karmas My Fair Lady (F) 0 0 1 1 0 237 M Jaeger/K Jaeger

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIELS 1 GCH CH Miletree Northern Star E Whitney/R Whitney/S Henry/B Henry 2 GCH CH Quail Garden Loch Lomond Deja Vu J Mittelman/K Subramanian 3 GCH CH Piccadilís Twist And Shout CD BN RN J York 4 GCH CH Burbrook Storm Chaser J Ioia/B Ioia/D Petralia/C Rose 5 GCH CH Full Of Malarkey Miles Of Aisles T Kelly/P Kelly 6 GCH CH Norlangos Nonpareil B Schneider/M Schneider 7 GCH CH Grantilley Galaxy Moon M Talley/J Talley 8 GCH CH Orchard Hill Only Human G Bill/G Wells 9 GCH CH Fleet Street Bet Me At Rosebriar W Stang 10 GCH CH We-Syng Royal Etiquette G Reardon

CHIHUAHUAS (LONG COAT) 1 GCH CH Bayard Wendy M Newell/E Lanasa 2 GCH CH Matriart Lg Mufˇn A Paola Diniz/L Guilmerme Diniz Pretoni 3 GCH CH Bayard Yours Truly M Newell/B Miller/K Saenz

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(M) 2 17 20 18 17 10793 (M)

0

17 11 16 13 8377

(M)

0

5

11 12 3

2358

(M)

0

4

3

7 6

2142

(M)

0

1

2

3 5

1606

(M)

0

1

1

2 4

1256

(M)

0

3

2

3 7

1196

(M)

0

5

2

2 0

1075

(M)

0

0

3

1 5

941

(M)

0

2

2

1 2

862

(F) 0 5 11 8 7 2800 (M)

0

7

9

5 9

2423

(M)

0

2

5

7 4

1375


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

4 GCH CH Mini Cooper (Lamuno) J Lamuno Gonzalez 5 GCH CH Timeless Cottondale Pink Champagne D Miller/S Miller/K Potts 6 GCH CH Victory Mask Of Zorro K Hulstein/S Hartwig 7 GCH CH Jetstarís Simply Outrageous J Chandler 8 GCH CH Lone Pineís Boston Legal DíOuachitah M Blank/C Eugene/L George 9 GCH CH Pollackís Trace (Sanchez) C Totten 10 GCH CH Whiteclouds Miss Kitty D Franklin/D White

CHIHUAHUAS (SMOOTH COAT)

1 GCH CH Sandyís Babes Tradewinds As Ever D Corl 2 GCH CH Shorepointeís Buddy Dazzler W Mccollister/J Ward/S Chavez/J Standish 3 GCH CH South Forkís Sweet Harmony M Held 4 GCH CH Gaga Lady De Aqlla M Blank/L George 5 GCH CH Genbrookís Playiní With Fire B Kaye/G Stiles 6 GCH CH Konikiís Queen Of De Nile 4 Bellachi S Molash/K Hirn-Sheppard 7 GCH CH Grannycreeks One And Only Wild Bill J Guichon 8 GCH CH Ouachitah Defying Gravity L Monte 9 GCH CH Silver Bluff Mahogany Sonador L Wolfson/R Maser 10 GCH CH Jomey Benny Boo P Duong

CHINESE CRESTED

1 GCH CH Dejavu I WantíA Talk About Me R Kusumoto/J Kusumoto 2 GCH CH Kulanaís Sh-Boom S Frumkin/M Frumkin 3 GCH CH Storytimeís Rocky Road For Gingery M Fields/A Butterklee/J Temple 4 GCH CH Belews Les Bons Temps Rouler D Parker/M Parker/S Frampton 5 GCH CH Stillmeadow Solo In The Spotlight M Patti/J Patti 6 GCH CH Kaylens Girls Just Want To Have Fun T Isherwood/K Peiser/V Dorris 7 GCH CH Koridawns In Your Wildest Dreams K Karraker 8 GCH CH Egillo Z Teramonu A Lynn 9 GCH CH Hampton Courtís Charlie Of Legend J Deeming 10 GCH CH Daretobebare Flashy Threads K Perret/S Lyon

(M)

0 3 4 3 3 1279

(F)

0 0 2 6 4 1202

(M)

0 1 1 4 2 1181

(M)

0 2 3 1 3 1087

(M)

0 1 3 4 2 986

(M)

0 0 1 3 3 856

(F)

0 0 0 3 0 409

TOTAL

9 CH Betsy Karaj M Johnson 10 Maibee Orlando C Williams

(M)

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

TOTAL

94

59

ENGLISH TOY SPANIELS (KING CHARLES & RUBY)

(M) 0 3 12 4 8

2483

(M)

0

4

3

7

10

2199

(F)

0

3

7

6

2

1562

(F)

0

3

3

3

2

1506

(F)

0

0

2

1

5

1056

(F)

0

4

1

3

1

1033

(M)

0

2

1

1

1

814

(M)

0

0

1

3

3

717

(F)

0

2

2

1

3

683

(M)

0

0

2

1

2

551

(M) 2 10 16 7 9 6261 (F)

0

5

10

4

7

3105

(M)

0

6

5

7

9

2935

(M)

0

2

9

1

4

1872

(F)

0

3

4

3

3

1429

(F)

0

0

0

6

3

1084

(M)

0

1

3

2

1

936

(M)

0

3

2

5

1

846

(M)

0

2

2

3

2

660

(F)

0

4

2

0

1

527

ENGLISH TOY SPANIELS (BLENHEIM & PRINCE CHARLES) 1 GCH CH Loujon Thornwood Little Jacob K Miller/J Ward 2 GCH CH Chaselandís Howard Glodek B Miller/J Glodek 3 GCH CH Loujon Backroads To Paris C Williams/J Ward/K Miller 4 CH Cheri-A Wingo Lord OíHenry Marchog J Wood/W Goddyn 5 GCH CH Clussexx Champagne Breakfast D Johnson/J Hubbard/J Peterson 6 Xelaís Et Phone Home S Hill/M Hill/A Romero 7 GCH CH Sanchi Valentino B Miller 8 CH Cheri-A Wingo Lord Oakridge W Goddyn/J Wood/J Elliott

(F)

(M) 0 9 5 9 7 3275 (M)

0

2

4

15

9

2845

(M)

2

4

1

2

3

2643

(M)

0

0

1

3

0

407

(M)

0

0

1

0

1

199

(M)

0

1

0

0

0

194

(M)

0

0

2

0

0

161

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

117

1 GCH CH Lto Prosperity R Cole/M Landers 2 GCH CH Southdown Nevermind B Van Deman 3 GCH CH Novel All Aquiver S Hepler 4 GCH CH Novel Backroads Run For The Roses S Plance/H Reid/M Reid 5 CH Danahoís Golden Notebook D Hopkins 6 GCH CH Marsward Miss Conduct J Swaine/M Tuesley

HAVANESE

1 GCH CH Yupís Malibu Dream E Omeara/J Birdsall/D Stout 2 GCH CH Oesteís FlirtíN With An Outlaw R Schindler/M King/J Vogel 3 GCH CH Qbinís Strictly Conˇdential At Enginuity A Liebing/A Welling 4 GCH CH Fuzzy Farm Qbin Whoís On First S Lawrence/A Lawrence 5 GCH CH Peluitoís Papi Chulo A Etzig/L Curtis 6 GCH CH Yayas Dancing Through Life D Planche/C Livingston/K Livingston/B Ca 7 GCH CH Harborís Sky-Blue Pink C Field/H Bennett/B Call 8 GCH CH Marcosaís Bachelor Button J Mcgrath/H Kolzow 9 GCH CH Thatís Adorabullís Dreaming Of You D Scheiris/J Chavez/D Scheiris/P Lucas/S 10 GCH CH Bellatak Valleeís Maximum Dream K Patrick

ITALIAN GREYHOUNDS

1 GCH CH Donavinís Caramel Macchiato D Davis/J Davis 2 GCH CH Trotwood July Fourth Rocket Of Bo-Betts P Swindell 3 GCH CH Integraís Masquerade Party M Lucas/R Weyer 4 GCH CH Gdm Zenyatta At Lakeside M Manning/D Snoble/J Kulic 5 GCH CH Maplewoodís Aces And Eights M Caton 6 CH Integra Maja Scattered Pearls M Lucas/R Weyer/T Catterson 7 GCH CH Wynson Swan Princess D Chapman/W Chapman 8 GCH CH Voici Where Thereís Smoke Thereís Fire L Grifˇoen/K Gibson 9 GCH CH Cantex Gris Gris Sonofa Doc B Broom/T Mayers 9 GCH CH Voici Island Of Mykonos L Grifˇoen/R Conrad

JAPANESE CHIN

1 GCH CH Victory Spencer M Mc Cormick/M Cooley 2 GCH CH Pem We-Syng Lucky Mi J Dalton/J Turjoman/M Ballard 3 GCH CH Dunkirk Hop To It T Reese/R Winters 4 GCH CH Toucheís Top Hat And Tails At Samskara D Martenson/J Martenson/R Wilson 5 GCH CH Pochinka Polka Dot Dekobras J Dalton/J Turjoman 6 GCH CH Pem We-Syng Perfect Pitch At Sirius D Christensen/G Christensen 7 GCH CH Junleyís Stan The Man Buke S Lysandrou/J Lysandrou

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 187

(M) 10 30 24 17 14 14986 (M)

0

1

2

3

2

640

(M)

0

0

2

2

2

599

(M)

0

1

1

1

0

167

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

114

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

47

(M) 0 7 14 14 10 5520 (F)

0

10 8

11 11 5241

(M)

1

9

(M)

0

10 7

(M)

0

3

10 2 4

2335

(M)

0

3

6

9 4

2311

(F)

0

2

5

7 7

2187

(M)

1

3

5

8 5

2141

(F)

0

1

4

9 7

1840

(M)

0

1

3

5 4

1825

10 15 7

4395

17 10 3233

(M) 0 2 8 11 7 3320 (M)

0

0

3

10 2

1606

(F)

0

3

6

1 4

1586

(F)

0

5

4

6 4

1583

(M)

0

3

3

3 5

1021

(F)

0

2

3

1 0

773

(F)

0

1

1

0 2

534

(M)

0

1

1

1 1

489

(M)

0

1

2

0 1

421

(M)

0

1

1

1 2

421

(M) 3 39 24 12 12 14264 (F)

3

20 7

2 1

5965

(M)

2

4

4

3 8

2843

(M)

0

2

2

0 5

1097

(F)

0

1

0

4 0

971

(M)

0

1

0

2 2

707

(M)

0

2

1

2 4

619

CONTINUED ON PAGE 188


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition CONTINUED FROM PAGE 187

8 GCH CH Mar-Pemís Tiz A Tizzy B Reese 9 GCH CH Sunojoís Red Hot Chinni Pepper R Norris-Jones/L Baggenstos 10 GCH CH Desert Jade Fabel-Mi Firedragon J Dalton/J Turjoman/M Ballard

MALTESE

1 GCH CH Scyllaís Small Kraft Re-Lit D Burke/R Scott/T Rowell 2 GCH CH Rhapsodyís Someone Like You T Holibaugh/K Kasten 3 GCH CH Rhapsody N Cherubís Oh So Henry T Mackenzie/K Mackenzie 4 GCH CH Maltangel Heavenly Vision I Gram/M Harrigan 5 GCH CH Ta-Jonís Pawsitively Pawparazzi T Simon 6 GCH CH Richelieuís Valentino P Keen Fernandes/J Mcquiston 7 GCH CH Richelieuís Here Comes Trouble Again L Lawrence/J Mcquiston 8 GCH CH Divineís Work Of Art K Kent/A Stanberry 9 GCH CH Fletcher Andes Henshaw R Setty/L Bettis 10 CH Affair White Star Of Eternity S Scheffczyk

MANCHESTER TERRIERS (TOY)

1 GCH CH Rustic Lane Still Waters Run Deep P Lapinski/J Debraganca/C Horowitz/A Deb 2 GCH CH Blossomís Letís Dance B Scott-Heim 3 GCH CH Fwaggles Avant Garde R Travis/A Kelly/W Kelly 4 GCH CH Burmackís Highlander At Chesterˇeld K Levario/P Mackesey/J Burrows 5 CH Nantam The Admiralís Daughter L Miner/T Green 6 CH Fwaggles Sheís So Fine W Kelly/A Kelly 7 CH Rustic Lane Mad Max B Hodges/C Horowitz 8 CH Spiceisle Stand Your Ground Z Spicer/K Richardson/A Richardson 9 CH Burmackís Something To Talk About At Aztec Sun J Acton/J Burrows/P Mackesey 10 GCH CH Celtic Cross Lady Of Shalott At Carpe Diem T Meeks

MINIATURE PINSCHERS

1 GCH CH Marlex Classic Red Glare A Angelbello/L Monte 2 GCH CH Kimro N Spivaís Super Trooper K Pastella Calvacca/R Greenslade/H Schwe 3 GCH CH Brackley My Amazing Warrior K Haney/D Haney 4 GCH CH Marlex Kisa Wildˇre K Noel/J Wilds/A Angelbello 5 GCH CH Blythewood Golden Warrior J Huber 6 GCH CH Kisa The Iceman Cometh V Marlex L Dewey/P Dewey 7 GCH CH Marlex N Marisol Bold Moves A Angelbello/M Hackett 8 GCH CH Keridan My Favorite Toy K Hawkins/K Haney 9 GCH CH Dar-Rich Siriusí Einstein V-Redbarns J Ward 10 GCH CH Dynastyís Little Bear H Greene

PAPILLONS

1 GCH CH Involo The King Of Pop M Mosing/G Garofalo 2 GCH CH Wildˇre On The Record N Shaw/A Pickett/C Pickett

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

(F)

0 0 1 4 0 485

(M)

0 1 0 1 0 370

(M)

0 0 0 1 1 360

TOTAL

(M) 10 54 29 10 8 19579 (F) 0 16 20 23 10 6754 (M) 1 12 14 10 9 6490 (F) 0 13 10 5 6 4157 (M)

1

11

4

0

0

3217

(M)

0

6

5

7

4

2551

(M)

0

6

7

2

3

1916

(M)

0

2

4

3

5

1385

(M)

0

2

1

3

4

909

(M)

0

1

2

0

1

480

(F)

0 0 2 7 14 2829

(M)

0

1

4

2 7

1372

(F)

0

2

1

3 5

944

(M)

0

0

0

0 10 471

(F)

0

0

0

0 2

339

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

269

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

254

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

201

(M)

0

0

0

1 1

174

(F)

0

0

0

0 1

159

(F) 64 122 17 3 0 68335 (M)

0

11 13 13 8

3619

(M)

1

4

5

8 3

3224

(F)

0

1

8

11 5

2689

(M)

0

1

7

6 8

1339

(M)

0

2

3

5 2

1335

(M)

0

0

3

3 6

1323

(M)

1

1

1

1 1

1160

(M)

0

0

1

1 2

520

(M)

0

0

2

2 4

448

(M) 8 43 36 18 4 16902 (F)

1

23 24 11 6

9606

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

3 GCH CH Fenice Le Beaudreaux R Greathouse/E Akers-Perry/M Perry 4 GCH CH Wingssong Here We Go Again P Jones/C Jones 5 GCH CH Brevette Kid Incredible A Moser/L Tapyrik/J Ybaben 6 GCH CH Wildˇre On The Edge G Bontecoo 7 GCH CH Titianís Risky Business R Navarre/M Navarre/T Mcintyre/C Fredric 8 GCH CH Micfriends Trujoy Eye Candy S Johnson/D Peterson 9 GCH CH Jareaux Rip It Up Laren T Sommerson-Wilcox/J Mclaren 10 GCH CH Hallmarkís Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart J Snider

PEKINGESE

1 GCH CH Yakee Easily Persuaded S Middlebrooks/D Fitzpatrick 2 GCH CH Dunkirk Imagine That M Merrill/T Reese/R Winters 3 GCH CH Oakhillís Caught Red Handed C Koch/K Cook/M Cook 4 GCH CH Schuylerís Laparata Robert M Campbell 5 GCH CH Oakhillís Two Times The Dragon J Franklin/B Royer/G Sisneros 6 GCH CH Dunkirk Center Stage J Jacobsen/S Marotto/T Reese/R Winters 7 GCH CH Sunn Yenn Uncensored Dachari D Cole 8 GCH CH Hoong Taoís Walk This Way S Reznick/L Reznick 9 GCH CH Benaireís N Elphasunís Razzmatazz B Ray/S Masnick 10 GCH CH Windemereís This Styleís For You L Markham

POMERANIANS

1 GCH CH Cr Chase What Matters C Solano 2 GCH CH Tabís Scootiní Boomer Of Storm T Brunner 3 GCH CH Ac Dynasty Dream Works S Freitas/F Almeida 4 GCH CH Charís Hotter Than Hot C Meyer/K Stuart 5 GCH CH Castileís Endless Love G Sisneros 6 GCH CH Oakrose HighíN Mighty N Walker/R Walker/J Rose/G Stewart 7 GCH CH Mcís The Last Stand M Armstrong/C Armstrong/C Iken 8 GCH CH Canton Jet Li B Yap 9 GCH CH Charís Love Story M Paredes 10 GCH CH Blue Moon & Lanaís L A Ink L Price/L Kamrath

POODLES (TOY)

1 GCH CH Smash Jp Sakura R Scott/D Burke 2 GCH CH Donnchada Angel Wings At Dulcinea S Talkington/E Brown 3 GCH CH Sharbelle Silhouette J Lange/J Moses 4 GCH CH Smash Jp Winning Ribbon J Steinhour 5 GCH CH Baliwick Honey Boo Boo I Bloomquist/D Dahl 6 GCH CH Baliwick Behold And Believe I Bloomquist/M Waldrop 7 GCH CH Kaylenís Oh Really! V Dorris/B Bird/K Peiser 8 GCH CH Sharbelle Greg-Mar International Boy R Stevens/S Stevens/M Gregory

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TOTAL

(M)

0

9

27 12 9

6664

(M)

0

7

7

12 9

2933

(M)

0

3

3

9 5

2532

(M)

0

6

3

4 7

1411

(M)

0

0

3

5 6

1278

(M)

0

1

3

4 3

1265

(M)

0

1

3

0 1

726

(M)

0

1

2

0 3

713

(M) 13 65 15 10 1 20151 (M)

1

14 8

8 6

4322

(M)

1

6

1

0 1

1967

(M)

1

3

3

1 1

1897

(M)

0

3

2

4 4

1701

(M)

0

2

1

2 3

1000

(M)

0

0

2

2 2

796

(M)

0

0

2

1 9

789

(M)

0

2

1

1 2

754

(M)

0

1

1

2 3

742

(M) 4 38 16 12 7 14392 (M)

0

6

8

10

6

2916

(M)

0

4

7

3

2

2612

(M)

0

6

5

8

8

2085

(M)

0

1

2

6

3

1450

(M)

0

2

2

2

6

1446

(M)

0

0

2

5

3

1307

(M)

0

4

3

3

4

1270

(F)

0

3

1

3

4

1236

(M)

1

3

0

2

1

1228

(F) 9 47 28 10 6 16411 (F) 0 16 13 15 12 7389 (F)

4

12

0

3

1

4488

(F)

1

7

10

6

9

4143

(F)

3

9

9

3

6

3243

(M)

1

6

2

3

5

3103

(M)

0

3

9

4

8

2360

(M)

0

3

2

2

1

1557


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

9 CH Smash Jp Beauty & Beat (F) 0 0 1 1 0 838 R Scott/D Burke 10 GCH CH Foxmore Boxwood Bewitching Da Maya (F) 0 0 1 0 3 564 Z Borges Torrealba

PUGS

1 GCH CH Caperís Sirius Endeavor P Fisher/C Fisher/J Rowell/L Rowell 2 GCH CH Hill Countryís Tag IíM It C Koch 3 GCH CH Winsome-Nirvana-Blaque Triple Play E Veltman/V Cox-Flatley/B Roberts 4 GCH CH Pocketís Ameci J Bale-Woodside/R Robles 5 GCH CH Moonstruckís In The Pocket! C Koch 6 GCH CH Belaireís Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs E Sedlak 7 GCH CH Foursquare IíLl Be A Shostopa Tu D Johnson/J Johnson 8 GCH CH Warpug Black And Blue Reme J Cupp/G Cupp/J Black 9 GCH CH Moonstruckís Smooth Sailing! R Brewer 10 GCH CH Castlerock Pine Cone Mountain Rain A Fischer

SHIH TZU

1 GCH CH Hallmark Jolei Bells Will Be Ringing L Ehricht/D Ehricht 2 GCH CH Krissyís Savvy Jasper L Lawrence/J Miller 3 GCH CH Jadesilk Luv Tí Auburn Locks B Chopey/S Orford 4 GCH CH Xeralaneís Just Face It Xeralane Knl 5 GCH CH Istaís Hurricain Chaser D Wheeler 6 GCH CH Lohona Zephyr I CaníT Look Away D Haley 7 CH Zephyr Monogram Maybe Marilyn D Haley/C Williams/A Mcdearmon 8 GCH CH Istaís Just The Way You Are G Larson/T Larson 9 GCH CH Rocking K Miaís Precious Surprise L Mulder/R Kitchens 10 GCH CH Amitzu You Look Marvelous T Forman/M Forman/T Mcfadden

SILKY TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Tawny Mist Myan Mystic S Biles/E Biles/K Wilson/D Renton 2 GCH CH Lamplighterís Tattle Tail M Benson/B Beissel 3 GCH CH Karisma Heart And Soul M Hodge/K Gilbert/M Gagliardi/P Laperruq 4 GCH CH Wind Dancer Jenstar Backstage Pass T Gallegos/L Hurt/D Renton 5 GCH CH Mariblu Forevermore At Saˇre M Solvason/J Pizzirulli 6 GCH CH Dorien Danciní On A Breeze D Weintraub 7 GCH CH Hullabluís Hellzabob S Calestini 8 GCH CH Anjo Bluís Once In A Blue Moon P Gates 9 GCH CH Snow Glenís Tesoro Cover Story D Adamcik/D Caselli/P Laperruque 10 CH Stelin The Amazing Gracie L Gross

TOY FOX TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Dejavuís Big Dog Daddy J Spence 2 GCH CH Ultra Quest Go For The Gold NAJ W Howard 3 GCH CH Valcopy Shively Son Of A Gun D Plonkey/R Davis

(M) 10 39 42 18 5 23627 (M) 11 64 24 7 6 18249 (M) 0 17 23 10 5 7263 (M)

1

7

8

8

4

3124

(M)

0

7

15

5

8

2962

(M)

1

8

6

6 2

(M)

1

12

8

5

2

2838

(M)

0

8

6

4

6

2561

(M)

1

6

7

3

1

2467

(F)

0

0

6

5

7

1411

2919

(M) 1 32 24 17 12 11766 14

6064

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

4 GCH CH Canby Icefox Keno Ninico D Temple-Burgess 5 GCH CH Centennial Farms Ironman W Bellamy 6 GCH CH Snocrest Tom Boy S Noe 7 GCH CH Janeís Christmas Gift J Reed 8 GCH CH Foxlair Hi-De-Ho Smokey Joe V Denney/E Ward 9 GCH CH Adamant Bang A Drum K Lowe/K La Rue/J Joseph 10 GCH CH Promenade When She Loved Me W Hughes/L Hughes

YORKSHIRE TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Trioís Big Shot K Goldfarb 2 GCH CH Exmoorís Epitome J Hupp/B Walker 3 GCH CH Images Playboy At Serenade Xeralane Knl/B Fink/P Fink 4 GCH CH Cantlonís Jer-Reeí Jer-Reeí B Cantlon/M Mathews/V Steinberg/L Butz 5 CH Nicnakís Second To None G Webster 6 GCH CH Nicnakís Aftershock D Bryers 7 GCH CH Stratfordís Alaskan Cruiser B Scott 8 GCH CH Linshireís Rolling Stone K Ryan-Lavail/P Gregson/V Meadows 9 GCH CH Gotyorkies Dream High Stryker T Kulessa/K Lambert 10 GCH CH SilkissíD Lets Rock G Echols/B Booty Bozung

TOTAL

(M)

0

0

0

2

4

438

(M)

0

1

0

1

2

332

(M)

0

0

0

2

1

331

(M)

0

1

0

0

1

295

(M)

0

0

0

2

1

284

(M)

0

1

0

1

2

209

(F)

0

0

0

1

1

198

(M) 1 9 7 13 3 4476 (M)

0

3

4

4

10

2312

(M)

1

4

6

6

0

1139

(M)

0

1

3

2

1

903

(M)

0

2

1

3

0

776

(M)

0

0

3

3

0

670

(M)

0

0

2

3

1

506

(M)

0

1

2

1

2

458

(M)

0

1

1

0

1

447

(M)

0

1

0

2

0

422

(M)

0

7

14

15

(F)

7

17

9

6

3

5548

(M)

1

9

6

10

0

2024

(M)

0

2

6

3

4

1689

(F)

0

3

5

5

1

1633

(F)

0

3

0

4

5

1402

NON SPORTING Group

(M)

0

6

4

3

0

1155

AMERICAN ESKIMO DOGS

(F)

0

0

3

2

6

1035

(M)

0

0

3

2

1

752

(M)

0

2

5

8 9

3312

(M)

1

6

3

5 6

3146

(M)

0

0

4

3 1

822

(F)

0

2

2

1 0

658

(F)

0

0

0

4 2

546

(M)

0

0

2

1 3

525

1 GCH CH Nuuktokís Atka Inukshuk S Robertson 2 GCH CH Sierraís Hallmark R Sampson/S Schuldt 3 GCH CH Ducatís Smokiní Hot H Dorrance 4 GCH CH Voyagers Cause I Can Cuddle L Clark 5 GCH CH Ananaís Look Into The Future K Strunk/S Strunk 6 GCH CH Ms. Wizís Rain Of Terror B Davidoff 7 CH Patís Irish Alpine Custom Built S OíDonnell/R Strong 8 CH Sierraís Summer Celebration M Mitchell 9 GCH CH Emerald Citys Wildcard Winner K Oliversen 10 GCH CH Pinebrook Smiliní Milo Of Vibo CA D Christensen

(F)

0

0

1

0 3

338

BICHONS FRISES

(F)

0

0

1

1 0

331

(F)

0

0

0

0 2

302

(M) 1 14 10 9 9 5665

(M) 0 3 7 6 22 3234 (M)

0

1

3

10

10

(M)

0

1

0

3

0

2835 560

1 GCH CH Vogelˇightís Honorî To Pillowtalkî E Charles/K Vogel/M Abbott/P Abbott 2 GCH CH Saks Winning Card A Mackenzie/K Mackenzie/C Ruggles/K Hans 3 GCH CH Parayís Power & Privilege P Flores/L Rosio 4 GCH CH Overtops And The Winner Is Z Luo/N Keung/J Rubin 5 GCH CH Glenleigh Gangs Ní Roses R Lauer/K Tormey/L Carlton/L Letsche/M Z 6 GCH CH Karmelís Banana In Pajamas S Phillips/C Bakker/R Drumond

(M) 2 19 17 14 1 5972 (M)

0

2

14

9

9

2913

(M)

1

4

2

3

3

1195

(F)

0

0

0

1

2

539

(M)

0

0

1

0

2

276

(F)

0

0

2

0

0

215

(M)

0

0

0

1

0

203

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

174

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

112

(M)

0

0

1

1

0

97

(M) 17 91 27 9 4

20536

(M) 12 46 21 10 4 15433 (M) 0 16 26 13 5 7915 (M) 2 17 18 9 6 6774 (M) 3 22 20 11 9 5886 (M)

1

9

6

3

11

3634

CONTINUED ON PAGE 190

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Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition CONTINUED FROM PAGE 189

7 GCH CH Cher Amiís Toast With Remy Martin D Mathog/R Mathog/R Wolfe 8 GCH CH Shyladawnís Timeless Beauty S Newton 9 GCH CH LíEtoiles Itís All About Me D Wycoff 10 GCH CH Judges Choice One Block Over M Dunn/M Winkler

BOSTON TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Guntherís Gussied Up Edna A Mcilwaine/B Berth/J Mcilwaine 2 GCH CH Kennedyís N Barcommís On The Catwalk B Rettick/S Kennedy/R Rettick 3 GCH CH Motifís Unstoppable At Rio A Beskau/K Beskau 4 GCH CH Kennedyís Wild Traveling Man M Stahmer/L Fisher/S Kennedy 5 GCH CH Deja-Vu IíM The Prince R Binder/D Brunning/D Pine 6 GCH CH Windermeres Mystify J Covill 7 GCH CH Campbell Clanís Idol Chatter K House/D Campbell/G Campbell 8 GCH CH Naughty Nortenoís Clik Clik Bang M Fish/K Norton 9 GCH CH Kcís Just Out Of Reach K Bogenholm/J King 10 GCH CH Gumboís Stargazing At Northern Lights J Mangum/A Mangum/C Mcenaney

BULLDOGS

1 GCH CH Mytoys Epic Against The Wind D OíConnor/T Oconnor/L Scott/A Mcdearmon 2 GCH CH Newcombís Pandamonium @Beda B Long/C Johnson/B Newcomb 3 GCH CH Imperious Hamitup Southern Bell Imperious Knl/Hamitup Knl/Hetherbull Knl 4 GCH CH Wilson-Dixonís Wd-40 J Wilson/C Wilson/R Dixon/W Dixon 5 GCH CH Cherokee Legend Cowboy C Sickle/C Chambers 6 GCH CH Imperious Hamitup Double Vision L Jordan/J Jordan 7 GCH CH Magic Valleys Purple Rain K Kirsch/R Meck 8 GCH CH Majestic Iím Her Man! S Neely/G Neely 9 GCH CH Only Bill Bailey C Eke 10 GCH CH Fairytaleís Knight In Shining Armour T Sweeney/G Sinibaldi/R Whitley

CHINESE SHAR-PEI

1 GCH CH Shineís Deck The Halls D Cooper/R Cooper/L Teitelbaum/R Penteco 2 GCH CH Jade East Do You Know The Way To San L Anders/E Minne/K Nijholt 3 GCH CH Vajeís Jethrene Bodine T Paddock/S Paddock/J Mauk/V Mauk 4 GCH CH R-Lee Sparkle Plenty L Harvey/D Harvey 5 GCH CH Jade East Is This The Way To Amarillo L Anders/K Nijholt/E Minne 6 GCH CH Yu Kouís Keep On Luvn U CGC G Schaefer 7 GCH CH Nustar Dolly Pardon Me Boys, IíM Here V Jgar J Kerstein/G Richards/J Wyatt 8 GCH CH Tabirds Issac Newton D Bird 9 CH Jade East Mission Into Space L Anders/K Nijholt/E Minne 10 GCH CH Blurubein Aged To Perfection J Lockery/R Steinke

(M)

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0 1 5 6 4 1131

CHOW CHOWS

(F)

0

3

2

3 5

1251

(M)

0

1

3

4

8

1092

(M)

0

1

3

4

4

1069

(M)

1

3

4

3

2

1062

(M)

0

1

4

4

8

1014

1 GCH CH Dreamlandís Wanna Be A Billionaire R Banghart/L Banghart/M Brantley/L Brant 2 GCH CH Padowís Twilight Embrey In A New Moon At A Sanders/K Williams/A Young 3 GCH CH Padowís Too Hot To Handle R Sampson/K Willaims 4 GCH CH Unitedís Light My World E Sangkunakup/S Miller 5 GCH CH Jidi The Great One At Rebelrun R Banghart/L Banghart 6 CH Flamingstar The Lion King V Degruy/P Degruy 6 GCH CH Fair Hillís Plymouth Rock L Leonzio/M Leonzio 8 GCH CH Are-Jayís Harlem Renaissance R Jackson/G Kantak 9 GCH CH Padow Northwindís Wicked Games L Eyster/W Eyster/K Williams 10 GCH CH Milinís Emerson Tappiní On The Bay CGC P Fehr/R Fehr

(M)

0

1

1

4

4

850

DALMATIANS

(M)

0

1

3

0

2

840

(F)

0

0

5

3

4

754

(F)

0

1

3

4 1

567

(F)

0 0 4 4 2 808

(F)

0 2 3 8 3 766

(M)

0 1 2 2 6 701

(F) 2 24 24 15 14 8458

(F)

0

7

9

3

10

2859

(M)

0

1

4

10

6

2234

(M)

0

9

9

5

3

2214

(M)

0

4

5

1

6

1921

1 GCH CH Bret D N Engine Co To The Rescue J Bachey/M Zink/J Shupp 2 GCH CH Spotted Bliss Oreo Delight D Brumˇeld/K Smith 3 GCH CH Folklore Celtic Crossˇre Trail R Skibinski/D Skibinski/J Boyd/M Boyd 4 GCH CH Kastleís Go Speed Racer M Squire 5 GCH CH Canal-Sideís Imperator B Little/J Eversole/J Langevin/P Masasch 6 GCH CH Bret D Gabrielís Lost Art CD BN RAE RD CGC K Carey 7 GCH CH Milledals Alisa At Peace Valley M Gifford/A Miller 8 GCH CH Centurion Anticipation Charming Dalˇeld E Lindhorst 9 GCH CH Alfredrich Indigoís Dark Roast Of Robbsdale T Robbins/D Goebel/E Osowski/J Millaire 10 GCH CH Mapleaf DoníT Stop Believin In Sunrunner A Smith/K Rochin

(M)

0

1

1

8

11

1268

FINNISH SPITZ

(M)

0

3

2

2

2

945

(M)

0

1

0

2

6

782

(M)

0

0

2

4

5

749

(M) 5 26 20 15 11 11585 (M) 2 18 16 7 6 4994

(F)

0

5

6

4

4

1568

(F)

0

7

3

1 6

1119

(F)

0

0

2

2

2

818

1 GCH CH Finkkilaís Nalle Poika K Swisher/D Helland 2 GCH CH Dv9k9ís Red Hot Star A Bruce/E David 3 GCH CH Mickywins Mainio Skandia CGC P Urton 4 GCH CH Marblehillís Gleaming Icecaps J Anastas/L Saari 5 GCH CH Finkkilaís Tuk K Raleigh/M Walker/C Stone 6 GCH CH Pikkinokkaís This Girl Rockz BN RA H Horton/A Bruce 7 GCH CH Dv9k9ís Alaskan Winter Wilderness E David/H Mak 8 GCH CH Pikkinokka Badgr Sir Barksalot M Badger/H Leftwich 9 CH Marblehillís Pikku Karhu L Saari/P Denno 10 GCH CH Jayennís Archer J Grant/L Carlson-Elliott

(F)

0

2

3

1 2

544

FRENCH BULLDOGS

(M)

0

1

2

1

0

394

(M)

0

0

0

1

0

350

(M)

0

0

1

1

1

208

(F) 7 48 44 20 9 16228 (F)

6

48 34 22 9

15099

(F) 0 18 17 13 10 4869

1 GCH CH Lebullís El Morocco At Lecirque A Geremia 2 GCH CH Bandogís Major League Homerun at TX Star N Shaw/C Stephens/A Phelan 3 GCH CH Coco Vialatte Robobull Hot Flash CGC K Yamanaka 4 GCH CH Divaís Bastille My Heart P Shaw

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 190

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(M) 2 16 9 17 8

7716

(M)

0

4

8

10 13 3295

(M)

0

7

5

5

4

1753

(F)

0

0

2

5

6

769

(M)

0

1

2

1

0

674

(M)

0

0

4

3

3

599

(M)

0

1

1

3

2

599

(M)

0

3

1

5

2

588

(F)

0

0

0

1

2

500

(M)

0

0

2

2 4

446

(F)

1 10 18 7 6

(M)

0

11 10 14 11 3984

(M)

0

18 21 4 12 3960

(M)

0

5

(M)

0

10 8

5 5

2473

(M)

0

8

5

1 2

1324

(F)

0

1

4

7 7

1276

(F)

0

2

4

7 3

1222

(M)

1

2

1

4 4

1202

(M)

0

3

3

3 6

1122

9

4503

10 11 2994

(M) 0 4 14 14 12 3470 (M)

1

4

4

1 5

1822

(M)

0

2

4

6 7

1356

(F)

0

3

1

3 5

614

(M)

0

0

1

0 2

305

(F)

0

0

0

1 1

167

(M)

0

0

1

1 0

138

(M)

0

0

0

1 2

135

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

71

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

48

(M) 1 18 15 10 11 6331 (M)

0

19 18 21 8

(M)

0

4

10

12

5676 11

(F) 1 12 13 6 8 3359

4415


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

5 GCH CH Evergreenís Girls In White Dresses ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ 6 GCH CH Bella Ridge Imperiale Shadyharbor Maˇa (M) 1 4 10 3 5 ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇˇ

KEESHONDEN

1 GCH CH Summerwindís Rumor Has It J Gauchat-Hargis/J Hargis 2 GCH CH Foxfair Rudy Valentino H Myers/D Lynch 3 GCH CH Ruttkay Chance M Mcloughlin 4 GCH CH Karinaís You CaníT Stop The Beat V Louie/C Waddell 5 GCH CH Kjís Hot Date K Dowd 6 GCH CH Nightwindís Little Ricky M Moriarty/D Beurmann 7 GCH CH Karolina Bonnyvale Meant To Be B Stroud/P Stroud/D Bosch/D Smith 8 GCH CH Trumpetís Itís Good To Be King B Blankenship 9 GCH CH Showtymeís Happy Feet L Hooper 10 GCH CH Kjís Dream Date K Dowd

LHASA APSOS

1 GCH CH Ta Sen Westgate On A High S Giles/C Sehnert/E Lonigro 2 GCH CH Sundancer Hylan Shotru Secret Dawn K Hamilton/M Worlton 3 GCH CH Shoyu Blowiní My Horn At Orlane M Papke/R Alexander 4 GCH CH Rufkins Monarchs Love Bytes K Paju/R Lombard/J Bernards 5 GCH CH Hope-Fulls Hugs Kist By Northwind J Hope/C Butsic 6 GCH CH Suntory Leonetti C De La Rosa/R De La Rosa 7 GCH CH Kumi Kian Strike A Pose T Mclaughlin/A Lanterman 7 GCH CH Kai-La-Sha Legacy C Marley/P Huffman/E Valle 9 GCH CH Monarchs Destination Dreamscape K Harrison/M Stafford 10 GCH CH Sutra Gemkís Sweet William G Moses/M Stretch

LOWCHEN

1 GCH CH Paceaway Play It Again P Dyer/L Dyer 2 GCH CH Laser Kiji No Way No How W Koistinen/R Crowder 3 GCH CH Sweetmeadows DoníT Make My Brn Iís Blu K Bumiller 4 GCH CH Toucheís Vindication R Lawless/J Lawless/A Schlaud/G Denninge 5 CH Bihar Windsorís Sweet Memories At Senecan M Cropsey/K Giles 6 Ikon Clap For Caveman L Harding/R Harding/E Iverson/B Iverson 6 CH Boondockís Baileyís N Cream Musicbox J Davis/D Jones 8 CH Musicbox Double Dare Dickens J Shepherd/D Jones 9 GCH CH Musicbox Upon A Star D Jones/G Robertson/L Neel

1926

10 CH Bare Tracks-Desusa Heads Will Turn L Pettengill

NORWEGIAN LUNDEHUNDS 1 CH Neocles Aleksander K Conroy-Votca/L Afong

POODLES (MINIATURE)

(M) 1 27 16 13 7 7125 (M)

0

4

15

13

7

2215

(M)

1

4

7

12

7

2155

(M)

0

3

5

11

6

1720

(M)

0

8

4

5

2

1379

(M)

0

7

4

3

4

1255

(M)

0

2

5

4

2

958

(M)

0

1

5

6

3

930

(M)

0

4

1

2

3

651

(F)

0

1

1

1

1

457

(F) 0 7 4 10 10 3023 (F)

0

13

9

7

9

2355

(M)

0

5

4

8

10

1935

(M)

0

0

9

3

6

1446

(M)

2

5

4

5

3

1283

(M)

0

0

3

6

1

1011

(F)

0

3

3

0

0

778

(M)

0

0

2

7

3

778

(M)

0

1

2

1

4

758

(M)

0

1

1

5

2

653

(M) 0 10 8 13 15 3824 (M)

0

5

7

10

5

(F)

0

0

2

3 0

347

(M)

0

0

1

3

285

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

80

(M)

0

0

0

1

1

55

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

55

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

46

(F)

0

0

0

0

1

29

0

2450

1 GCH CH Belleˇeetís Living In The Fast Lane A Reichertz 2 GCH CH Durandel Bella Donna R Wanger 3 GCH CH Rio Skyeís Flashback C Chaddock/T Chaddock/A Shishido 4 GCH CH Karadale Clarion Born This Way K Berlind/K Kennedy Vigil/A Kennedy 5 GCH CH Dimarko Endurance M Bigham 6 GCH CH Rio Luci In The Skye With Diamonds C Chaddock/T Chaddock 7 GCH CH Sandstorm Xís In Texas AX AXJ J Neal 8 GCH CH Surrey Sugar Baby R Scott/D Burke/K Hosaka 9 GCH CH Nalani Regency Time Brings Hope C Rivers/A Rivers/H Tomb-Taylor 10 GCH CH Jaboas Second To None B Thomas

POODLES (STANDARD)

1 GCH CH Brighton Lakeridge Encore T Sosnoff/M Sosnoff 2 GCH CH Dawin Hearts On Fire L Campbell 3 GCH CH Jasetís Satisfaction C Bailey/S Tompkins 4 GCH CH Del Zarzoso Salvame From Afterglow S Barnett/G Lindemann/M Gadsby/J Lynn 5 GCH CH Penndragon Owain J Smith/K Smith/K Bates/R Bates 6 GCH CH Luminary Black Velvet Bejeweled With Pearls V Law/L Estaver 7 GCH CH Brighton Mikamoto R Smith 8 GCH CH Ale Kai Hillwood Celebration E Charles/A Fisher/K Lefrak 9 GCH CH Litilannís Show Time J Kinsey/A Rairigh 10 GCH CH Dawin Wildrose Raisiní The Stakes L Campbell

SCHIPPERKES

1 GCH CH De Lamer Point Break N Lazarowitz/D Mankovich 2 GCH CH Dante Fire When Ready A Gossman/S Middlebrooks/M Jameson/P All 3 GCH CH Bonchien Cedric The Entertainer K Henry 4 GCH CH Rivendelís Barefoot Bandit A Halterman 5 GCH CH De Lamer Black Ice K Nuovo 6 GCH CH Beachviews Oops I Did It Again S Carter/J Penatello 7 GCH CH Delamer Off The Hook K Nuovo 8 GCH CH De Lamer Sea Ya At The Top J Giovinetti/R Stone/K Nuovo 9 GCH CH Bonchien Prodigal Son R Rollins/B Burke 10 GCH CH Anedís Guillaume J Murphy/M Simanek

(F)

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0

19

0

0

1

0

(M) 0 1 0 0 0 161 (F)

1 10 20 12 7

5412

(F)

0

8

5

9

5

3270

(F)

1

4

8

8

4

2303

(M)

0

7

7

5

4

1638

(M)

0

2

6

8

9

1577

(F)

0

1

1

8

4

1185

(F)

1

3

5

5

0

1050

(F)

0

5

5

1

0

806

(M)

2

9

2

2

0

731

(M)

0

1

1

3

1

525

(F) 25 62 3 1 1 26942 (F) 9 66 19 5 5 15966 (M) 11 22 5 1 1 11214 (M)

7

27

9

9

5

9980

(M)

2

19

9

5

3

4181

(F)

0

12 13 10 6

(F)

1

9

10

6

0

2538

(M)

0

17

9

0

1

2307

(M)

0

9

2

9

6

2302

(M)

0

5

3

7

4

1877

3146

(M) 0 11 14 10 9 3571 (M)

2

7

5

3

0

2926

(M)

0

9

10

6

5

2643

(M)

0

0

5

4

8

1294

(F)

1

2

0

1

2

1270

(F)

0

2

2

2

8

1182

(M)

0

1

7

2

0

1065

(M)

0

4

2

3

5

931

(M)

0

0

3

4

2

751

(M)

0

0

0

6

5

635

CONTINUED ON PAGE 192

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 191


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition SHIBA INU

1 GCH CH Lee-Fenís An Everlasting Love C Gifˇn/K Soafer/A Young 2 GCH CH Jotoichi Perfect Madness D Trotter 3 GCH CH Mr2 Three Ships To The Wind T Harris/S Rolenaitis/T Rolenaitis 4 GCH CH Kumi One Ten Soldier P Peterson 5 GCH CH Morningstarís Dances With Wolves L Cribbs 6 GCH CH San Jo Jay-Z C Mamiya 7 GCH CH Morningstar Jack Sparrow Black Pearl M Peterson/D Peterson 8 GCH CH Cantebriar Red E Set Go D Lucero/F Lucero 9 GCH CH Gold Strike Takachiyo Go H Dickey/D Dickey/T Arndt 10 GCH CH Taichung Oso Handsome L Perkinson/A Perkinson

TIBETAN SPANIELS

1 GCH CH Kan Singís Tenzin M Feltenstein 2 GCH CH Shilo Time For A Good Time S Carroll 3 GCH CH Wanaseas Mystic Lake Effect L Gembala 4 GCH CH Starlite The Gremlin S Lucernoni/M Lucernoni 5 GCH CH Wexford Namtrah Second Hand News D Tyree/H Hartman/M Hartman 6 GCH CH Wassongís Riva Ridge CGC V Marks/P Sarles 7 GCH CH Lionheartís E-Z Always Betts On The River C Waddell 8 Ambrierís Rokirk Zendo Dozen L Unfried 9 GCH CH Maciainís North Side Irish M Acker/L Acker 10 CH Tibrokeís Thrilling Possibilities K Dickeson

TIBETAN TERRIERS

1 GCH CH Rinchenís Blazing Black Icon E Coppola/C Coppola/J Wiseman 2 GCH CH Kimikís Sir Gawain K Bolak/C Rose-Bolak/D Planche 3 GCH CH Rinchenís Blazing Illusion By Dzine L Meyer/M Allway/M Lafˇer/C Coppola 4 GCH CH Players Palermo L Whittier 5 GCH CH Starlightís Lady In Waiting C Basgall/C Friemel 6 GCH CH Ri Leeís Stellar Performance N Kinziger 7 GCH CH Auroraís Welcome To The Jungle D Haynam 8 GCH CH Cedar Creek Sheís Got It All C Van Pelt 9 GCH CH Pandan Ashlynís Meeka At Honeycreek A Soderman/J Martin/R Jaramillo 10 GCH CH Kimikís Who Dunnit D Planche/M Demers/L Demers

XOLOITZCUINTLI

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

(M) 0 6 1 6 3 (M)

0 1 2 5 9 1328

(M)

1 2 1 2 0 1023

(M)

0 1 2 6 6 874

(M)

0 2 5 3 6 569

(M)

0 1 1 1 0 536

(M)

0 0 2 2 2 452

(F)

0 0 1 1 3 277

(M)

0 0 2 0 2 227

(M)

0 0 1 0 0 196

TOTAL

1505

CONTINUED FROM PAGE 191

6 GCH CH Bayshore Stonehaven La Perla Negra J Boose 7 CH Bayshore Sol-Azul L Hylton/J Bayliss 8 CH Blanch-Oís Carolina Herrera A Barfoot/D Mullusky Caponetto/J Caponet 9 GCH CH Himnotico Caliente E Burch/K Wise/A Wise 10 CH Blanch-Oís Lolita At Dreamstar T Garrod

(F)

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

0

0

0

3

2

298

(M)

0

0

0

1

0

149

(F)

0

1

0

0

0

143

(M)

0

0

1

0

1

130

(F)

0

1

0

0

1

102

HERDING Group AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOGS

(M) 7 63 31 15 10 18436 (M)

0

0

9

8

8

2751

(M)

0

1

1

4

2

534

(M)

0

0

1

0

4

475

(M)

0

0

0

4

4

414

(M)

0

0

2

1

2

362

(M)

0

2

2

1 1

328

(M)

0

0

0

1

0

214

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

186

(M)

0

1

0

0

0

152

(M) 2 24 11 12 9 5028 (M)

0

5

15 14 13 4038

(F)

0

4

10 13 13 2457

(M)

0

1

3

5 2

1236

(F)

0

1

6

5 3

874

(M)

0

1

3

5 3

664

(M)

0

0

1

3 4

460

(F)

0

1

2

1 2

389

(F)

0

1

1

2 0

319

(M)

0

1

0

0 1

257

1 GCH CH Bayshore Stonehaven Espiritu Isabella De (F) 0 1 2 4 7 816 D Voss/S Middlebrooks/J Baylis 2 GCH CH Fullibus Aquia (F) 0 2 3 5 3 812 R Yenchesky/C Bossart/D Baker 3 GCH CH Bayshore Georgio Armani (M) 0 4 1 3 4 777 J Baylis/L Hylton/T Johnson 4 GCH CH Blanchoís Tonateuh (M) 0 0 4 1 4 728 M Moros/Z Vonpohlman 5 GCH CH Shida Mighty Joe Young (M) 0 3 1 3 2 700 C Loutzenniser/J Young-Johnson

1 GCH CH Kokopelliís Sobe It J Rowland/H Warn/K Watkins/C Kurpas 2 GCH CH Turnabout Fort Apache CGC T Thomas/D Thomas/T Wilkinson 3 GCH CH Onthegoís Hereís Lookiní At Ya D Quain/P Salladay/J Pulliam 4 GCH CH Littleˇock The Peacemaker S Swanton 5 GCH CH Desperados Bless The Broken Road D Price/C Price/C Moore/R Moore 6 GCH CH Moonˇys Maid For Show L Hilt 7 GCH CH Buzzards Tazmanian Bí Devil HSAds M Hunter/G Calvert 8 GCH CH Littleˇock Stand My Ground HT G Todd 9 GCH CH Buzzards Keely Does Vegas K Warner/M Warner 10 GCH CH Dawn Heirís Heís The Boss! D Price/C Price

AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERDS

1 GCH CH Harmony Hillís Money Talks L Goetz/H Braddock 2 GCH CH Woodstockís Belle Starr L Buell 3 GCH CH Mcmattís Autumn Breeze F Mcdaniel/J Loehr/V Wehrle 4 GCH CH Copperridge Whatís Your Dream J Hanigan/J Miller/J Margeson 5 GCH CH Aussbern Premier Ticket Of Myshara S Fontanini/J Clute 6 GCH CH Broadwayís Cruisiní Like Royalty of Canyon S George/M Pryor 7 GCH CH Melodys Armed And Dangerous R Duellge 8 GCH CH Rosevalleyís Special Edition K Ostrander/L Kennedy 9 GCH CH Melody Hit The Jackpot CD RN PT CGC T Edwards/E Edwards 10 GCH CH Double Rís Alberta Clipper R Kirwan/K Fox/E Lanasa

BEARDED COLLIES

1 GCH CH Dunhill Celebration C OíNeil/R Harrington 2 GCH CH HaíPenny Mirimar The Fab Fawn J Schneider/M Marini/V Null 3 GCH CH Spiritwoodís Gandalf The Blue S Larsen/J Larsen 4 GCH CH Wigglesworth Thriller A Yura/D Mieras/S Ipser 5 GCH CH Spiritwoodís A Dream Is A Wish S Larsen/J Larsen 6 GCH CH Daybar For Your Eyes Only B Barton/D Frady/C Perron 7 GCH CH HaíPenny Deja Aphrodite S Shafer/V Shafer 8 GCH CH Classicalís Magical Meemie J Atkins/C Namey/B Sawka 9 GCH CH Scott Ragtyme You Are The Music In Me C Wathen/L Zagerella/J Olivera/S Olivera

THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 192

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(F) 0 11 7 13 11 4097 (M)

0

2

5

7 5

1141

(M)

0

1

0

5 5

957

(M)

0

0

3

3 5

859

(M)

0

0

3

0 4

494

(F)

0

0

3

5 4

387

(M)

0

0

1

0 1

363

(M)

0

0

1

1 2

313

(F)

0

0

1

2 2

287

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

261

(M) 6 28 18 8 3 10246 (F)

4

23 10 6 4

8009

(F)

3

12 15 12 6

5823

(F)

0

9

11 12 13 3750

(M)

0

6

4

8 6

2117

(M)

1

7

5

2 0

1861

(M)

1

1

0

0 0

1812

(F)

0

3

4

7 5

1559

(M)

1

4

3

3 2

1527

(M)

0

2

4

7 6

1480

(F) 4 43 31 16 12 9436 (M) 1 19 15 9 11 5287 (M)

1

9

7

8

6

4907

(M)

0

8

12

16

(F)

2

4

0

3

0

2058

(M)

0

3

4

1

1

1158

(F)

0

0

5

7

1

1050

(F)

0

2

1

9

2

1008

(F)

0

2

2

4 8

777

3

3626


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

10 GCH CH Legacyís Chance Of A Lifetime S Underhill/N Otto

BEAUCERONS

1 GCH CH De Joie Du Chateau Rocher CA M Palmer 2 GCH CH Beowolf Rime Des Monts Du Lac P Prager/J Prager 3 GCH CH Falcon Blue Du Chateau Rocher K Davis/R Bednarski/L Hanna-OíNeill/H Cl 4 GCH CH Bijou Noir Du Chateau Rocher RE HT J Tornquist 5 GCH CH Eo Des Ombres Valeureux D Skinner/D Pluss 6 Geter De Montclea S Cea 7 Holy Grail Mes Yeux Vigilants A Scott/S Bass 8 CH Garmin Du Chateau Rocher L Porter 9 CH Fenix Noir Du Chateau Rocher K Davis

BELGIAN MALINOIS

1 GCH CH Broadcreekís Marcus Junis Brutus M Kornfeld/S Legg/L Legg/E Kornfeld 2 GCH CH De Vel Cy Presí HSAsc A Bath 3 GCH CH Burr Oakís Rock My World OA AXJ NF L Wetherell/C Russell 4 GCH CH Broadcreekís Abbey Road S Legg/L Legg 5 CH Caveatís Hd Ultra Classic Outlaw B Todd 6 GCH CH Mystiqueís Son Of A Beach BN RN CGC B Blume 7 GCH CH Caveatís The Road To Sturgis BN RN CGC S Williamson 8 GCH CH Halle Berry Du Domaine De Vauroux J Ennis/C Ennis 9 GCH CH Desert Mtn Hopeís Eternal Fyre BN RN S Belger/L Swarthout 10 GCH CH Bull Mtns To Kill A Mockingbird CDX RE PT A Swarthout/L Swarthout

BELGIAN SHEEPDOGS

1 G CH CH Bonntymes Keepn It Real At Devine HSAs S Manier/B Leonard 2 GCH CH Sanderle Kindred R R Chumbley/R Skinner 3 GCH CH Sans Brancos Stunned At Kindred RN R Chumblay/T Votava/D Ramsey 4 GCH CH Sundownís Nitemagic Just What I Do C Toma/D Toma 5 GCH CH Sarron Simply Complicated CGC S Swabb 6 GCH CH Verseauís Passage To India MX MXJ MJB A Mcgregor/S Mcgregor/P King/R Kraft 7 GCH CH Hobbitonís Song Of Solomon Of Laralee L Gilbert 8 GCH CH Charganyís Voyageur J Powers/J Powers 9 GCH CH La Neigeís Once In A Blue Moon C Ryder/T Holloway/P Snow 10 GCH CH Sans Brancos Ultimatum A Jones/M Jones/T Votava

BELGIAN TERVUREN

1 GCH CH Sky Acres Flying Solo M Edling 2 GCH CH Tacaraís Racelon Rembrandt CD RN NA NAJ C Lautzenheiser 3 GCH CH Mishaook Lulu At Chateau Blanc HSCs HICs D Laurin/J Laurin 4 GCH CH Stonewallís Letís Make It A Double V Havicon/R Skief 5 GCH CH Hillside Special And Hamazing B Kreider/S Kreider

(M)

TOTAL

0 1 2 2 2 446

(M) 0 13 10 8 12 4406 (M)

0

2

3

2

2

719

(M)

0

0

2

2

4

636

(F)

0

2

1

2

0

603

(M)

0

0

1

1

2

251

(M)

0

0

0

1

0

98

(M)

0

0

0

1

1

88

(M)

0

0

0

1

0

82

(M)

0

0

1

0

0

78

(M) 0 2 0 5 2

782

(M)

0

1

1

1

1

327

(M)

0

0

0

1

1

225

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

151

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

146

(M)

0

1

0

0 1

112

(F)

0

0

0

3 0

104

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

101

(F)

0

0

1

0 0

95

(M)

0

0

1

0 0

88

(M) 0 5 7 5 3 1872 (M)

0

1

11

4

8

1584

(M)

1

3

0

1

1

765

(M)

0

0

1

3

5

584

(M)

0

1

1

3

3

494

(F)

0

0

1

1 0

470

(M)

0

0

2

0 3

404

(M)

0

0

1

0

2

402

(F)

0

0

0

1

2

362

(M)

0

0

0

3

0

356

(F) 1 12 7 12 3 4899 (M)

0

4

5

5 8

1578

(F)

1

5

3

4 1

1446

(M)

0

3

5

3

8

1413

(F)

0

2

0

2

3

980

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

6 GCH CH Mishaookís Lautrec K Gauchat/J Pavlichko 7 GCH CH Sky Acres Flying Dutchman PT E Harding 8 GCH CH Georgi Bear De Faire LíAffaire D Dawe/J Dawe 9 GCH CH Chateau Blancís IíM Coyote Trouble VCD2 K Eldredge/D Eldredge 10 GCH CH Matilde Of Anduin CD RN L Friedow/R Friedow

BORDER COLLIES

1 GCH CH Tang Dynasty Rocky N Tang 2 GCH CH F Si A Ge Of Fu You Yuan Kennel J Mosing/J Li 3 GCH CH Majestic Avatar Storm Warning PT R Johnson/J Braylis/M Karger/R Delay 4 GCH CH Kensingtonís Artful Dodger L Waldo 5 GCH CH Sporting Fieldís Heiress HSAs HIAs D Butt/D Einck/A Giles 6 GCH CH Borderton Lou Easy An I A T Edwards/E Edwards 7 GCH CH Bordalace Flash N Dash C Geiss/J Lacey-Black 8 GCH CH Hamiltonís Secret Agent Of Bayshore C Hamilton/J Boylis 9 GCH CH Kensingtonís Dragon Heart CGC A Iwamoto/B Bailey 10 GCH CH Bayshoreís Hot Chocolate Of Avatar CGC N Mages/J Baylis/S Einck-Paul

BOUVIERS DES FLANDRES

1 GCH CH Stonepillarís Steel Blu D Garrison/J Garrison/E Paquette 2 GCH CH Take Aimís Playing For Gryfˇndor T Peterson/P Peterson/M Hieronimus-Dimer 3 GCH CH Margauxís Takes Two To Tango P Martin/S Lyon 4 GCH CH Delux Jumpiní Jack Flash J Edick 5 GCH CH Austin Ally Van Aachen W Gillespie 6 GCH CH Wise Choice Hercule Poirot CGC S Carter/S La Croix 7 GCH CH Camís Rogue Warrior CD BN THD B Sturgill/P Sturgill/M Adams 8 GCH CH Stonewall I-Zak De La Salsa J Abramsohn/P Anderson/R Bishop/S Brocke 9 GCH CH Margauxís Stacked Deck P Martin 10 GCH CH IíM Special Kountryís Great Communicator P Murray/J Litogot

BRIARDS

1 GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Cool As A Cucumber T Miller/A Melton/D Dube/L Bernard 2 GCH CH Lighting Strike El Xargall M Millner/T Millner 3 GCH CH Majestique Brave Heart M Warcholik 4 GCH CH Deja Vu Pomme Despair Came Knocking M Sanders/T Miller 5 GCH CH Senderoís Femme Fatale M Millner/T Millner 6 GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Chain Of Fools J Holava/M Holava 7 GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Cake Walk G Klang/T Miller/A Melton 8 GCH CH La Vie Rose Dior-August-Moon CD RN M Minor/R Minor 9 GCH CH Ne Orageuxís Flash Point M Millner/T Millner 10 GCH CH Aladaxís Divine Dream By Kaliphi RN HSAs V Swarowski/D Morrow/M Huslig

TOTAL

(M)

0

0

4

1

5

825

(M)

0

0

4

2

3

644

(F)

0

0

2

1

3

558

(F)

0

1

4

0 2

482

(F)

0

1

2

0

377

2

(M) 2 13 27 14 9 5451 (M)

0

7

14

16

19

4313

(M)

0

2

14

14

13

4143

(M)

0

5

7

9

8

3591

(F)

0

3

6

2

3

1073

(M)

1

3

3

2

2

968

(M)

0

1

6

5

4

874

(M)

0

0

0

6

3

649

(M)

0

1

2

1

4

544

(M)

0

0

2

0 4

481

(M) 2 35 23 6 9 9818 (M)

3

28 13 6 6

7608

(M)

1

8

8

16 4

2776

(M)

0

3

5

3 4

1198

(M)

0

1

2

3 4

871

(M)

0

2

1

6 1

850

(M)

1

1

0

0 0

684

(M)

0

1

1

1 2

597

(M)

0

1

2

2 0

467

(M)

0

1

1

0 0

454

(M) 7 41 33 26 10 13694 (M)

3

27 19 9 8

9346

(M)

0

6

9

10 7

3202

(F)

0

1

2

6 6

1153

(F)

0

3

6

2 3

968

(M)

0

2

2

3 1

857

(M)

0

0

2

1 2

500

(M)

0

1

0

4 2

491

(F)

0

1

1

2 4

469

(M)

0

1

1

1 2

439

CONTINUED ON PAGE 194

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Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition CONTINUED FROM PAGE 193 B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

CANAAN DOGS

TOTAL

1 GCH CH Pleasant Hill Magnum Of Samara (M) 1 12 19 17 17 6337 P Rosman 2 GCH CH Rivroc Lycm Own Dream Bsnatch Rsndog (F) 0 0 0 0 2 205 C Miller/E Miller/M Houchard 3 CH Mad River Cool Breeze Blowing (F) 0 0 0 0 1 33 R Davila/C Sargent

CARDIGAN WELSH CORGIS

1 GCH CH Aubreyís Tails Of Mystery C Savioli/V Savioli 2 GCH CH Riverside Telltail Coco Posh D Planche/D Shindle/J Divens 3 GCH CH Marielís Harvest Moon M Mizelle 4 GCH CH Allegro Southern Charm J Lamy 5 GCH CH Kingsbury Tail Ridge Road B Poole/D Poole/J Glenn 6 GCH CH Kosmar Striking Back Of Bridgelady M Stahr/G Roach 7 GCH CH Serah Celtic Legend Of Llynhill B Tannahill/P Smith 8 GCH CH Legacy Legendís Run For The Triple Crown S Wilson/C Clark 9 GCH CH Turn-Keyís Little Big Man RN M Hulme 10 GCH CH Beaguileís Suit Up F Beashau/J Beashau/N Willoughby

COLLIES (ROUGH)

1 GCH CH Devinwood A Perfect Stranger J Caruso/R Caruso 2 GCH CH Windcrest Blown Away H Morgan 3 GCH CH Milas Latin Fever L Butler/L Hedman 4 GCH CH Rainbowís Rising Karma At Weston M Holliday/N Reid 5 GCH CH Highcroft Night Ryder L Jeszewski/D Jeszewski 6 GCH CH Gentryís About Face THD K Convertini/R Stachon 7 GCH CH Clarion Nightline II J Evans/A Sanchez Corea/L Sanchez Corea 8 GCH CH Wyndlair Cherokee Vindication R Beals/L Rizzo/M Stelter/A Stelter 9 GCH CH Highcroft Hush Hush C Dowling/A Dowling/L Dowling/D Jeszewsk 10 GCH CH Highcroft A Grateful Heart L Jeszewski/D Jeszewski

COLLIES (SMOOTH)

1 GCH CH C And J Silver Charm Of Chrysalis J Walburn/C Thompson 2 GCH CH Provenhillís Devilicious K Provenzano/L Cohen 3 GCH CH Row-Barís Heartbreaker J Brady/R Johns/S Mcalear/K Mcpherson 4 GCH CH Cyndellaís Yes, IíM Charmed K Neeley 5 GCH CH Travler Kelise Overdrive R Ardizzone/C Ardizzone/B Ardizzone/K Re 6 GCH CH Travlerís Pierce Arrow C Ardizzone/R Tehon/B Ardizzone/G Lewis 7 GCH CH Sunnlandís Top Gun K George/S Ray/O George 8 GCH CH Sunnlandís Copacabana VCD1 RAE PT NAP A Grifˇth-Morris 9 GCH CH Gateside Kiss The Sky At Greyfriar D Eramo/R Robertson 10 GCH CH Tir Naní Og The Legend Of Banzai Maguire E Blaisure

(F) 15 66 27 9 6 23227 (F) 3 18 21 13 7 6666 (M)

1

9

17

8

10

4426

(M)

0

2

1

1

5

1088

(M)

0

2

1

3

7

891

(M)

0

0

3

1

6

823

(M)

0

3

1

2

2

760

(M)

0

0

3

3 2

657

(M)

0

0

1

5

2

616

(M)

0

1

0

1

2

470

(M) 1 8 6 14 6 3599 (F)

0

8

2

8

3

1966

(M)

0

6

8

5

6

1713

(F)

0

1

2

3

1

698

(M)

1

1

1

0

0

595

(M)

0

1

2

3

0

589

(M)

0

1

1

2

1

557

(M)

0

1

2

2

2

488

(F)

0

4

1

1

0

472

(F)

0

1

1

2

2

439

(F)

1 5 3 4 3

2567

(F)

1

1

4

4 2

1862

(M)

0

4

2

5 5

1169

(F)

1

3

0

1 1

1113

(M)

0

0

5

3 2

886

(M)

0

4

3

0 1

693

(M)

0

2

1

2 4

672

(F)

0

0

1

0 1

545

(M)

0

0

0

2 4

529

(F)

0

1

2

2 3

521

ENTLEBUCHER MOUNTAIN DOGS 1 GCH CH Jumanji V. Brunswick RN CGC T Lilliedoll/N Lilliedoll/R Hahn

FINNISH LAPPHUNDS

1 GCH CH Lumiturpa Arvi M Feltenstein 2 GCH CH Yutoriís Shades Of Autumn L Drumm/C Pollack 3 GCH CH Calabanís Armahani Rakentaa C Brillinger 4 GCH CH Sugarok Macce Too B Murray/L Marden 5 GCH CH Teelikamentten Iikka L Marden 6 CH Yutoriís Winter In The Heart L Drumm/C Pollack 7 GCH CH Sugarok Robert Redford L Marden 8 Calabanís Kuutamo C Brillinger/D Lohn 9 GCH CH Sugarok Stonewall Jackson S Lockwood 10 GCH CH Sugarok Casanova CM E Blanch/W Blanch

GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS

1 GCH CH Wolf Creek Galaxy Of Merivern E Farrell/P Walker 2 GCH CH Karizmaís Ike Of Edale S Birch/S Birch/J Moses/S Moses 3 GCH CH Pine Hillís Payday Of Hays Hill P Hays/B Hill/K Salvucci 4 GCH CH Anne-Isleís Promise Keeper RA TDX OAP C Laczniak/K Laczniak/M Simonett 5 GCH CH Subojaís Armyís Soldier HT S Sisemore 6 GCH CH Winter Hawkís Breakfast At Rohan C Simmons/J Frentz 7 GCH CH Windcrest Gun Powderd Led S Wendel/S Roudebush/L Wendel 8 GCH CH Lockenhausí Rumor Has It V Kenlyn P Mcelheney/K Boyles/A Derose/M Derose 9 GCH CH Imp-Cen Diamonds Are Forever C Halliday/C Halliday/S Myers 10 GCH CH Woodsideís Lacy S Anderson

ICELANDIC SHEEPDOGS

1 GCH CH Vinlands Leifur CGC J Sanders 2 GCH CH Bjarkarkots Hroi Hottur Luke MX AXJ OF L Dribinsky 3 GCH CH Isneista Alspora Snati Of Bayshore T Runolfsson 4 GCH CH Isneista Christmas Star BN RA P Ross

NORWEGIAN BUHUNDS

1 GCH CH Jotunn Bella Binna V Eberhardt/J Bradstreet 2 GCH CH Hundehavenís Gigi C Lassesen 3 GCH CH Trollheimen Kiss My Cash E Turner 4 GCH CH Kyonís Bold Norseman D Deeley 5 GCH CH Trollheimenís Moonstruck At Grandcru J Comish/E Comish 6 GCH CH Randalyn Spring Jada CD BN RN AX AXJ NF C Mazzotta/E Yacknin 7 CH Arnscroft Di Sing An Aire J Fowler/R Fowler

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B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

TOTAL

(M) 0 0 0 2 4 459 (M) 0 6 10 7 22 3747 (M)

0

1

1

4 3

593

(F)

0

0

0

3 0

381

(M)

0

0

1

0 1

199

(M)

0

0

1

1 1

153

(M)

0

0

0

0 2

137

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

84

(M)

0

0

0

0 1

79

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

62

(M)

0

0

0

1 0

42

(M) 13 70 23 15 3 19741 (M) 4 41 32 18 8 11263 (M) 1 13 15 6 7 5028 (M)

2

3

1

4 1

1534

(M)

0

3

7

8

4

1492

(F)

1

1

0

0

0

1023

(F)

0

6

0

4

2

1000

(F)

0

2

1

4

2

993

(F)

1

2

2

0

0

859

(F)

0

3

2

0

3

803

(M) 0 1 8 7 9 2504 (M)

0

1

2

2 1

1234

(M)

0

0

0

3

2

446

(F)

0

0

0

1

0

124

(F) 0 3 5 5 7 2293 (F)

0

1

2

3

4

768

(M)

0

0

0

0

2

204

(M)

0

0

0

0

1

175

(F)

0

0

0

0 2

81

(F)

0

0

0

1 0

70

(F)

0

0

0

1

49

0


Final 2013Statistics Based on All-Breed Competition B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOGS

TOTAL

1 GCH CH Bugabooís Picture Perfect (M) 23 56 11 4 0 29775 R Scott/D Burke/C Johnson/H Johnson 2 GCH CH Lambluvís Live The Dream (F) 2 22 22 20 16 8328 J Marder/C Hastings/K Richardson 3 GCH CH Snowdowne My Favorite Color Is Purple (F) 2 3 4 0 0 2965 D Freiheit/C Grady/C Crawford-Gorath

4 GCH CH Whisperwoodís Wild Horse J Wetzler/K Burdash 5 GCH CH Masquerade Mikey Likes It J Hewitt 6 GCH CH Lambluvís Daytime Hustler L Douglas/J Marder 7 GCH CH Zottels Shaggy Star C Furtado/J Furtado/J Ansell 8 GCH CH Wynwardís Remember That E Fujikawa/R Glickman /G Fujikawa 9 GCH CH Ken-Bearís Herbie The Love Bug L La Zebnik/B Ginther/C Drummonds 10 GCH CH Lambluv Elmknolls Dream Girl K Joe/N Winter

PEMBROKE WELSH CORGIS

1 GCH CH Coventry Allure At Wyndstar A Geremia/B Shelton 2 GCH CH Riverside Get Over It D Shindle/V Malzoni 3 GCH CH Coventry Just A Little Crush J Johnson/J Johnson/B Shelton/S Leyerly/ 4 GCH CH Nchanted Silk Lining C Braunstein 5 GCH CH Riverside Xtra Style P Panzarella/D Shindle 6 GCH CH Eden Crowns Designer Label L Williams/J Williams 7 GCH CH Coventry Swinging On A Star B Shelton/S Leyerly/B Williams/D Salow 8 GCH CH Hillcrest Xiv Karat Cause For Applause K Lord 9 GCH CH Gwyndolyns Kalypso Great Jubilee C Luce/M Poineal 10 GCH CH Honeyfox So Dash N Debonair CD BN RAE J Richardson/W Richardson

POLISH LOWLAND SHEEPDOGS

1 GCH CH Swan Crest The Power Of Love Eternal M Hirata/L Bettis/R Wolfe 2 GCH CH Ponwoodís Smoky CGC B Bruns/W Stamp 3 GCH CH Stonebrookís Divine Design M Cabral/B Wilson 4 GCH CH Snowhillís Zak Misha Z Starpons CGC R Young/D Holloway/D Gray 5 Druh Dziechcinek B Lynch 6 GCH CH Applewoodís Mojo Flow S Heavens 7 CH Sinclairís Little Miss Zoee K Nottingham/D Nottingham/R Kerner/C Ker 8 GCH CH Stonebrook Mon Amies Chance Worth Ta K Klang/G Klang 9 CH Swan Crestís Silver Lining @ Stonebrook B Wilson/M Cabral/D Busby 10 CH Swan Crest Pons Lady Godiva M Hirata

PULIK

1 GCH CH Cordmaker Topsy Turvey J Beaudoin/S Huebner/P Kelly 2 GCH CH Fuzzy Farm Twist And Shout A Lawrence/S Lawrence 3 GCH CH Mt Hoodís Leapiní Linni Of Tordor B Stelz/G Stelz/B Hiett

(M)

0 2 5 4 6 1652

(M)

0 4 7 7 5 1493

(M)

0 3 6 4 4 1311

(M)

0 3 4 2 1 1277

(M)

0 3 3 7 4 1101

(M)

0 1 1 4 2 746

(F)

0 2 2 4 1 663

B. I. S. GP1 GP2 GP3 GP4

4 GCH CH Cordmaker Rumpus Bumpus J Beaudoin/S Huebner/F Licciardi 5 GCH CH Moonshadow Rongyos Kis Medve K Kocsondy/Z Kocsondy 6 GCH CH Wallbanger Fringe A Bowley/D Zeman/B Zeman 7 GCH CH Prydain Joshua CGC D Fields/K Edwards 8 GCH CH Zaydah Guns A Blazing R Dimatteo 9 GCH CH Prydain Oscarís Wilde Child P Smeenk 10 GCH CH Cedarrun Little Caesars D Melroy

PYRENEAN SHEPHERDS

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0

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SHETLAND SHEEPDOGS

1 GCH CH Grandgables The Frat Boy P Buckles/A Buckles/J Moses 2 GCH CH Parayís Preferential K Furlong/T Pittman 3 GCH CH Jesstar Nirvana R Von Pusch/J Starbuck 4 GCH CH Grandgables Jolie Victor Ludorum P Hannah/K Hannah 5 GCH CH Acadia Stage Presence C Pruss 6 GCH CH Suncrest Cerulean G Speeks/D Mock 7 GCH CH Serenityís Walk In The Park V Weis 8 GCH CH Thunderhillís Apple Bottom Jeans M Miller/M Miller/A Power 9 GCH CH Mistybrooks Panda Crossing S Waller-Michalsky 10 GCH CH Sandcastle Raggedy Ann C Meek/K Meek

SWEDISH VALLHUNDS

1 GCH CH Solborg Faramir A Vetter 2 GCH CH Caliente Once In A Blue Moon RAE HSAds M Fromm 3 GCH CH Minikota Mill Creekís October Rust D Tapp/L Schaunaman 4 GCH CH Beidelyn Still The One St L Law/C Rolfe 5 GCH CH Svedala Sven Snickaren Fran Hall R Hooper/S Hooper/L Fisher/G Hall 6 GCH CH Corval Bless Yer CotíN Socks S Mullinix/S Keth 7 CH Jonricker Prince Oscar BN RN OA AXJ AXP MJP2 D Polito

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KromaLife Style BY DESMOND J. MURPHY • PHOTOS BY JANETH MERCADO AND LUIS ARANDA HERRERA

While walking through the Vendor Area at the AKC/Eukanuba Championship Shows I came across a Booth that contained some dog paintings which absolutely fascinated me-to the point that we are considering commissioning the artist to do a collage interpretation of several dogs of different breeds we own. I thought it would be interesting to share this find with The Fancy-atLarge!!! — Matthew H. Stander

T

he KromaLife style of painting is created by Michael Vistia and Alex Dimou, two self-taught artists destined to meet along their winding individual paths of artistic exploration. Michael, coming from a background in Realism and Alex, a background in Contemporary Art, combined their talents, producing a new and refreshing style that alludes to fun, optimism and love. Containing uid black lines, intensely rich color and special effect nishes, their pieces have been said to “raise the vibration of any room.” The idea of designing our closest companions in this style of painting came about after thirty years of experimenting with many other painting styles and also through our many personal experiences with these loving animals. We are interested in capturing the “inner essence” the “high vibratory colors” of the breeds, in a sense, the “soul of the animal” using these brilliant colors to show their THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 196


Of Dog Painting “warmth of expression” from the inside “out.” Our hope is to re ect the beauty and playfulness in all animals and to compliment the love they have given us, and equally to wish that all of us may take this beautiful, guiding example of joy for ourselves. “We are purely grateful to all who support us in our passion and allow us to bring our love of art into your life.” The KromaLife collection wishes to enlighten people with joy, light and love in connecting us all to our true nature of playfulness. Our Dog Art Collection is always expanding, at the present moment it contains one hundred and ten breeds. We also create “custom paintings” of the breeds as well as other types of subject matter. Visit Kromalife.com for the full collection and custom ordering. CREATING THE ORIGINAL PAINTINGS Each hand painted original begins as a rough sketch of the subject directly onto the canvas using various shapes to convey the shadows, mid-tones and highlight areas. Acrylic paint of the highest pigmentation is then applied in layers to obtain the maximum fullness of each color, THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 197

eight different colors are used in the “full color works.” A long liner brush is then dipped in a rich uid black paint to create the separation lines between the interlocking shapes, “requiring a steady hand.” Actual metal ake is then layered into a select number of the colorful shapes within the subject itself as well as the entire background. Finally, a high gloss, automotive grade clear coat is applied for maximum protection of the painting. This coating resists UV light, is waterproof, chemical resistant and can be cleaned with a variety of products. For more information visit KromaLife.com or email info@ KromaLife.com


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MORRIS & ESSEX 2015 SPECIALTIES American Black and Tan Coonhound Club American Boxer Club American Brussels Griffon Association American Bulldog Club, Div. I American Eskimo Dog Club of America American Pointer Club American Sealyham Club Anthracite Brittany Club Bedlington Terrier Club of America Black Russian Terrier Club of Northern New Jersey Cocker Spaniel Club of New jersey Delaware Valley Pug Club English Cocker Spaniel Club of America

French Bulldog Club of America German Shepard Dog Club of America Irish Water Spaniel Club of America Mid- Jersey Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen Club Newfoundland Club of America Nutmeg Weimaraner Club Philadelphia Kerry Blue Terrier Club Welsh Terrier Club of America United States Lakeland Terrier Club Mid Jersey Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen Club Newfoundland Club of America Nutmeg Weimaraner Club Philadelphia Kerry Blue Terrier Club

SUPPORTED ENTRIES Afghan Hound Club of Northern NewJersey Airedale Terrier Club of America American Cesky Terrier Fanciers Association American Chesapeake Reteiever Club American Foxhound Club American Fox Terrier Club American Maltese Association American Miniature Schnauzer Club American Whippet Club Border Terrier Club of America Caanan Dog Club of America Cairn Terrier Club of America Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America Chihuahua Club of America Collie Club of Northern New Jersey Colonial Rottweiler Club Dandie Dinmont Terrier Club of America Delaware Valley Havanese Club Dogue de Bordeaux Society of America Eastern German Shorthaired Pointer Club Eastern Irish Setter Association Empire Miniature Pincher Club Field Spaniel Society of America Garden State Golden Retriever Club Garden State Great Pyrenees Club Glen of Imaal Terrrier Club of America Gorden Setter Club of America

Great Dane Club of Rariatan Valley Greyhound Club of America Hudson English Setter Club Irish Red & White Setter Association Irish Terrier Club of New York Jersey Skylands Labrador Retriever Club Keystone English Springer Spaniel Club Knickerbocker Dachshund Club Komondor Club of America Lenape Boston Terrier Club Leonberger Club of America Meadowlands Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club Mid-Atlantic Flat Coated Retriever Club Mid-Jersey Labrador Retriever Club Norfolk Terrier Club Norwich Terrier Club of America Pekingese Club of New Jersey Portuguese Water Dog Club of America Puli Club of America Scottish Terrier Club of America Skye Terrier Club of America Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Club of America Vizsla Club of Greater New York Watchung Mountain Poodle Club Watchung Mountain Yorkshire Club West Highland White Terrier Club of Northern New Jersey

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FINAL 2013 STATISTICS Based on breed competition

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36 CH CGCH Cedar Creekís Tellin Secrets B Fischer 24 CH Evenstar N Heritage Mint Julep B Potash 23 CH ëBawliní Blues Rock Me Baby Z Lewis/L Snyder 10 CH Ghost Creek Jethro Augustus K Martin/K Barnes 9 CH Charwin Fairmont Stellaís Sister Blanche C Woods/T Kastner 8 GCH CH CSG So. Flame Blame It On The Rain C Grooms/G Black 7 Sidearm Southern Comfort K Block/B Gerst

Borzois

493 GCH CH Sylvan Silver Springbok C Neale/P Neale 417 GCH CH Aashtoria Wildhunt Hidden Agenda R Riel/C Riel/S Mcgraw 373 GCH CH Majenkir Bookstor Vintage Glamour K Spey/H Spey/K Staudt-Cartabona 292 GCH CH Promises Crown Jewel Nicholas J Durdin 283 GCH CH Greyhaven This Rough Magic SC F Vogel/M Hough/L Spiers 282 GCH CH Raynbos Run For The Roses J Zucker/R Zucker/E Szymanski 258 GCH CH Aruzia Priority One JC CGC L Scott/J Scott 225 GCH CH Jubilee Tadbit OíBrindle Mist C Gredys/A Gredys/R Stachon 160 GCH CH Aashtoria Wildhunt 4 Your Iís Only RA G Duncan/R Jamison 145 GCH CH Zabava Ostrov Casablanca I Terra/K Terra

Dachshunds (Longhaired)

1155 GCH CH Hundeleben Queenís Armada Sl C Puig/K Gonzalez/P Stephens 1001 GCH CH Sweetgrass Johann Tipper C Martine/R Sak/D Sak 789 GCH CH Sleepy Hollow Carolina Special M Taylor/B Wlodkowski 753 GCH CH Walmar-Soloís Iou Sl S Snyder 526 GCH CH Stonybrookís Phinito T Durvin/B Durvin/R Gianopoulos/M Kepala 455 GCH CH Gemdach DoníT Blame Me N Haupt/K Haupt 430 GCH CH Avianceís Pramada For Terms Of V Diker 418 GCH CH Serenityís Louisiana Getaway Sl RN W Snyder/R Cooper/P Baker 373 GCH CH J-Lynís All About The Bling Mld J Van Niman/T Van Niman 367 GCH CH Jtís Kaycees Phoenix Of Tam-Boer Mld L Tamboer

Dachshunds (Smooth)

1034 GCH CH Bessdachs Electric Martini M Lara/B Jeffery 794 GCH CH Spellboundís You Go First N Cooper 689 GCH CH Beachside Dox Havana Daydreamin V C Ramos/M Singleton/W Cunningham 628 GCH CH Grandgables Sumbuddy Walden D Waldo 523 GCH CH Marginns Fredricka V Ruf Knabe S Lutosky 214 GCH CH R Hillís Total Knockout Ms RN T Frenia 214 GCH CH Diagram IsníT She Lovely V Brownwood J Cerasini/D Graham 192 GCH CH Passport Boy YouíRe One Of My Kind Ss A Debraganca/J Debraganca 170 GCH CH Toskydox Witchy Woman Ss S Lutosky

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Dachshunds (Wirehaired)

1012 GCH CH Del Pradoís Bar Code W A Bischel/M Bedowitz 778 GCH CH Leoraleeís Baywatch Mw M Singleton/B Lasater 594 GCH CH Legibach Captain Crunch Sw S Sweatt/G Middings/P Leone 535 GCH CH Rivendells Hotwire Sw P Caddell/K Williams/D Rockwell 479 GCH CH Daybreakís Bewitching Blossom P Grant/D Krieg 374 GCH CH Raydachs Ride My Ducati Sw S Ray 369 GCH CH Incahoots Howliní Tornado A Cotteleer/R Cotteleer/C Heitzmann 243 GCH CH Raydachs Ruby Tuesday Sw S Ray 147 GCH CH Tievoli Rumors Oh Hail Yeah-Mw K Smith/S Ehr 118 GCH CH Twinkleís Orrin At Carowynd C OíNeil 118 GCH CH Kadellís Rustic Gold W L Reynolds/C Cahill/J Cahill

English Foxhounds 59 34 9 8 4

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GCH CH Dynadaux Redneck Fancy Boy Ms C Senff/P Spencer/B Claxton/B Sandoval

GCH CH Monocacy Bendís Wellington T Koerber GCH CH Sunupís Hellofapuzzle S Whaley GCH CH Sunupís Heavenly Scent S Whaley GCH CH Monocacy Bendís Willow BN RN OA AXJ OF K Eckard CH Cottonwoodís Just My Little Prince A Kretschmaier/J Hendricks CH Sunupís Hoisted High S Whaley Monocacy Bendís Wayward Fox T Koerber CH Wee Beginnings Freedom P Mann CH Drycreek Chuggin Down The Line A Johnson/C Stewart/B Patterson/J Patter GCH CH Sunupís Steeplechase S Whaley Foxhunterís General Lee M Owen/S Owen/J Somogui/R Peet Taillis Au Absolem Tamsall M Owen/S Owen CH Wee Beginnings Chloe P Mann/A Kretschmaier

Greyhounds

338 GCH CH Grandcru Phelps Insignia M Steele/P Caddell/C Dabbs/A Phelan/R Ga 86 GCH CH Aragon Black Ice VCD1 RE JC AX AXJ H Hamilton 79 GCH CH Sky Hiís The Show Goes On M Bertoli/S Cinotti/A Pugh 78 GCH CH Huzzah Cuchulain Irish Lace SC K Gingles/P Ide/B Gingles 63 CH Greycott Shylo Ruff N Ready S Thomson/C Thomson Comstock 58 GCH CH Tyranís The Patriot C Stumbo 56 GCH CH Sierraís Maserati Spyder S Hempel/B Hempel/M Money 48 GCH CH Chaparral Tour De France C Curlee/T Marzlut 47 GCH CH Aroi Aryal Remarkable CD BN CGC D Arcaro 46 GCH CH Trireme Doctor Who J Ramming/K Kostic

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GCH CH Downhome Hitech Innovator J Sanchez CH Pacific Happytailís Heartbreaker W Mccleery CH Icon Oak Hillís Harmony In The Hills M Walsh Guernseyís Poeís Cask Of Amontillado W Lamb/S Keaton Lamb/R Lamb/D Thomas-Lam CH Wynfieldís Money Talks R Hoffecker GCH CH Pacificís He AiníT Heavy Heís My Brother K Crary/P Crary Jackpots Ginger Snap J Miller CH Blythmoors Scholarly Pursuit M Dykstra CH Wulfflairs Yeager Buzz The Tower M Isham/E Isham CH Downhome Prestidigitator At Mason K Reid/S Lowder Guernseyís Verneís Captain Nemo W Lamb/S Keaton Lamb/R Lamb/D Thomas-Lam

Ibizan Hounds

385 GCH CH Harehillís Ace In The Hole K Gindler/D Gindler/W Anderson 203 GCH CH Serandida Abbaio La Contessa Scalza SC D Arbeit/R Zelig/S Murphy 134 GCH CH Serandida East So Bigstar J Mosing/S St John-Brown/L Sikora 125 GCH CH Alfheimís Hawaii Five O SC K Williamson-Jensen 110 GCH DC Bramblewoodís Synergy Of Atair SC NAJ C Allen/J Parker 83 GCH CH Ahram You Ve Got The Look J Pusztay/S Pusztay/R Pusztay/M Paulin 78 GCH CH Loco Motionís Dancing Queen K Hjelm 76 FC Arbecaís Jump For Joy SC CGC M Fox/T Burke 72 GCH DC Alikiís Yada Yada Yada SC A Mirestes/C Shaw 49 GCH CH Arbecaís Opus For Danzante SC D Nester/J Stevens

Irish Wolfhounds

634 GCH CH Quest Rachel Alexandra Of Kerryarc C Collier/M Tyler/C Tyler 236 GCH CH Carrickaneena Tyrconnell E Flanagan/E Flanagan 232 GCH CH Limerick Frosty The Showman J Bartlett/E Bartlett 167 CH Hound Hill Valley Of Aerie D Brown/D Marx/A Benjamin 155 GCH CH Taryn Hickory Hollow B Fairbanks/G Fairbanks 132 GCH CH Dun Myrica Doctor Gonzo Of Eagle R Kubacz/N Salmon 119 GCH CH Gigolo Roan Inish A Constable 113 GCH CH Loyaltyís Tie Dyed Trouble A Pederson/D Mar 108 Rockhart Treason L Simon 107 GCH CH Ansa Mo Caoimhin Modigliani CGC K Schaffter/A Schaffter

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Norwegian Elkhounds 334 GCH CH Vin-Melcaís The Norseman P Trotter/J Reed 111 GCH CH Silhouettteís Au Fish E Olsen/K Olsen/S Kaplan 106 GCH CH Tiokaís American Ride L Webster 93 GCH CH Aspenís A Hard Act To Follow R Rhoden/R Rhoden 86 GCH CH Somerri Dunharrowís Dynamo J Silker/W Totten

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85 GCH CH Aspenís Playiní Around R Rhoden/R R Rhoden/R RhodenRhoden 81 GCH CH Somerri Jamiesonís Sea Whiskey J Lewis/L J Lewis/L Lewis Lewis 80 GCH CH Vikrest ëN Ruskar Hy Style S Anderson/L Forrest/P S Anderson/L Forrest/P Viken Viken Vikrest Silver 63 CH CH Vikrest Silver LeifLeif B Drake/P Viken/L B Drake/P Viken/L ForrestForrest Silver Sleuth Vikrest 63 GCHGCH CH CH Silver Sleuth Vikrest P Viken/L P Viken/L ForrestForrest

Otterhounds

214 GCH CH Aberdeens Under The Influence A Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine 84 GCH CH Aberdeenís Told You So A Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine/J Mcilwaine/A Co 65 GCH CH Scentasiaís End Of An Era E Conway/D Emery/J Moyer 40 GCH CH Magicwood Willie Mae S Plucheck/W Plucheck 34 GCH CH Aberdeenís Ultimate Addiction J Mullen/D Blunt/J Mcilwaine/A Mcilwaine 29 GCH CH Wild West Texas Two-Step K Bostick/D Russell 21 GCH CH White Riverís News Flash S Malone/M Couch 17 CH Riverrun Mchugh TDX E Glennon/M Hennessey 13 CH Hunterís Taking Moonlight Chances T Kahn 11 GCH CH Blue Fairyís Wizard Of Oz J Gordon

Petits Bassets Griffons Vendeens

330 GCH CH Celestial Cjís Allís Well That Ends Well J Hurty/L Florian/C Hurty/M Florian/P He 188 GCH CH M&Mís Fear The Beard D Moore/J Hayes 159 GCH CH Monkhams Famous Grouse J Neuschaefer/D Bruce/J Lacey-Black/L Sk 120 GCH CH Mirepoixís Figgy Pudding J Zigich/R Litman 112 GCH CH Tetu Comedie Francais De Bordeaux R Claude/D Claude 90 GCH CH Jus Strike It Rich M Morey 77 GCH CH Jarenís Ready Set DoníT Go At R-N-B R Jones/B Helvey/K Prott-Clugston 71 GCH CH Chien Blanc Summer Breeze D Garrett 67 GCH CH Soletrader Maggie May D Moore 66 GCH CH Laceyís I DoníT Give A Sit J Lacey-Black/D Bruce/J Neuschaefer

Pharaoh Hounds

184 GCH CH Osiris Cowboy Casanova M Del Duca/K Carella/T Del Duca/B Carell 176 GCH DC Hallamís Jordan Of Arolet SC S Sipperly/D Carota 172 GCH CH Farao Anubis Inferno RN SC D Cooper/B Clooten 157 GCH CH Mia-Bakhu Conspiracy Theory V Hallam SC T Haig/P Haig 108 GCH DC Mia Bakhu Sleeping With The Enemy Of R Newman/D Carota/P Haig/L Witt 88 GCH DC Nefer-Temu Vou Te Contar SC E Kerridge 75 GCH DC Miaís Bakhu Risky Business Of Hallam RN D Kunard 68 GCH CH Siphraís No Remorse JC L Lysher 42 GCH CH Faouziahís Faramir J Mosing/J Hall 34 GCH CH Shalimar Wild Fire Osiris V Harris/L Drolet

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CH Hoskerís Heads I Win J Hosker/G Hosker CH Stackem Ups Travelin With Toad C Tyler/M Tyler/J Strohm/C Collier GCH CH Alexanders Mob Boss Capone A Alexander CH CGCH C-Cruz Mob Boss Vitoís Gotcha A Alexander Suncrest Outstanding Roz B Church Vandygriffís Skyline Kira D Vandygriff CH Hoskerís Emily Em J Hosker/K Block/K Schwenke CH Hoskerís Thatcher G Hosker/J Hosker Live Oaks I Am Legand S Lloyd/D Hoard County Line Sheís A Keeper C Officer CH Hosker Gollygosh G Hosker/J Hosker CH County Line Eleanor C Officer/P Jessup CCH County Line Lil Miss Ricki P Jessup

Portuguese Podengo Pequenos

235 GCH CH Pirata II De Viamonte CM J Evanoff/K Oglesby 200 GCH CH Houlaís Border Patrol Pw CM2 P Reisert/S Faw/S Faw 148 GCH CH Houlaís Potter C Houlihan/K Sullivan 89 GCH CH Miguel Da Casa De Maio CM2 R Hidlay/R Hidlay/D Devaney 70 GCH CH Phaererin Agustinho CM J Fitzpatrick/L Mcginness 63 GCH CH Prairie Pondís Born In The Usa CM C Well/M Well/J Tusten 60 GCH CH Pioneerís Carolina CM2 G Simonds/A Ghione 59 GCH CH Brokenroad I Believe In Fairies CM G Nagy 46 CH Falcaoís Fired Up G Bowles 39 CH Magnifico Da Terra De Montoito S Truitt

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Redbone Coonhounds

143 GCH CH CWSG CCH Sidearm Jungle King Mufasa (M) J Mills/L Mills 66 GCH CH Twisted Creek Gentlemen, Start Your Engines (F) S Dellapenta/J Kochensparger 47 GCH CH Sidearm Reba Is Taylor Made (F) H Joyce 43 GCH CH Twisted Creeks Xlnt Adventure (M) M Smith/C Smith/B Casciole 19 GCH CH Tree Riziní Maine Edition (F) P Samuelson 17 GCH CH CSG Second Editionís Making Waves (M) S Smith 15 CH Sidearm Return Of The King (M) L Mills/T Mills/J Mills 14 CH Red Ferns Sierra Kan Do Madge (F) T Winkley 13 CH Anlonís Natural Disaster (M) P Renison/C Cottrill 13 Sidearm Mufasaís Peacemaker At Bnd (M) D Michaud/B Michaud 13 CH Jagged Edges (F) D Baker

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Rhodesian Ridgebacks

2164 GCH CH Diabloís Dark Knightís Nemesis L Weiss/N Faville 1420 GCH CH Raquel Welch Of Malabo Apd A Paola Diniz 1283 GCH CH Camelotís Red Hot Tamale C Heathcock/C Hadley 1021 GCH CH Spring Valleyís Great Vincero H Trapasso 946 GCH CH Camelotís Ventura Adventure F Walters/G Walters/C Heathcock 941 GCH CH Bakariís Lor Vitra Caymus CGC N Ballantyne/G Ballantyne 477 GCH CH Hunterís Ridge Sure Shot By Kwetu D Engelking/C Burridge/S Ford/T Fielder 470 GCH CH Spurridgeís Axl Of Lionridge CGC P Olney 455 GCH CH Whirlaways Ida Belleís A Ringing L Fitzgerald/J Lozowski/C Kitsch 328 GCH CH Kuluta Along The Watchtower M Hatfield/E Belt/C Well

Salukis

691 GCH CH Sandstorm Blue Nile Bubbles Of Jatara J Harrington/S Winsted/S Middlebrooks 649 GCH CH Jamora Mystic Topaz JC S Forsyth/J Forsyth/K Anselmo/J Morrison 458 GCH CH Auroraís The Song And Dance Man J Mueller/E Blake 315 GCH CH Ladyhawk Guinness The Menace Of Tazi S Ghaemmaghami 310 GCH CH Starliteís Made Of The Best Stuff On Earth T Turley-Kocab/M Kocab 288 GCH CH Hediyeh Uriela Priya Bat Yosef JC C Pearce/R Pearce/J Aaron/J Pearce 286 GCH CH Appalachiaís Allamyrra Hajji P Arwood/M Mccowan/G Thornton 278 GCH CH Quanmarra Thonolan K Scerbo/R Scerbo/I Rasmussen 232 GCH CH Baha Persian Of Interest CD RN SC NA AXJ C Coile 212 GCH CH Scimitar Avari Aajah Jager C Steiner

Scottish Deerhounds

238 GCH CH Lehigh Ennis Carmichael JC P Pascoe/G Winchell 113 GCH CH Thistleglen Foxcliffe Vintage Spirit J Frye/C Dove 101 GCH CH Highlanderís Celtic Carol RN CGC M Freeman/J Freeman 96 GCH CH Jaraluv Tarot J Brinlee/R Brinlee 90 GCH CH Dhu Mohr Gentom Pennantís Peacekeeper S Matheson/F Smith 77 GCH CH Hobarraís Letís Get It Started S Hogan-Cirincione/A Cirincione/T Rizzit 45 GCH CH Glencragís Kiann OíFernhill J Giles/J Giles 41 GCH DC Altnamaraís Cappuccino SC A Hammond/R Wilkins 38 GCH CH Gemma Oí The Greenwood J Hills 37 GCH CH Jaraluv Rhapsody In Blue R Rice/B Rice/R Brinlee/J Brinlee

Treeing Walker Coonhounds

207 GCH CH CCH Alexanders Gold Rush Xcetera A Alexander 50 CH Stackem Up My Way Or Highway T Snedegar/B Snedegar 44 GCH CH CSG Stackem Ups Best Kept Secret CM2 R Geffs/D Geffs 31 GCH CH C-Cruz Gold Rush X-Rated A Alexander/C Willis 25 GCH CH Dry Riveríz Shattered Dreams J Confer/K Purchiss

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24 GCH CH How The West Was Won D Planche/S Randolph/A Alexander 16 CH CGCH Brushy Mtn Dust To Diamonds K Block/B Gerst 15 CH Lone Pine Skull N Bones Vom Stk CGC V Brachfeld/R Brachfeld/L Ramsey 10 GCH CH Stackem Up I Did It My Way CM T Snedegar/B Snedegar 9 CH Pony Mtns May The Odds B Ever N Your Favor (F) R Geffs/D Geffs 9 GCH CH White Deer Lil Nite Music N Winton/J Confer

Whippets

1883 GCH CH Starlineís Oxford Victim Of Love L Lawrence/C Lawrence/L Wilson 819 GCH CH Bo-Bettís Quick Pick C Harris 743 GCH DC Ableaim Que The Music MC G Boyd/J Boyd 715 GCH CH Karasarís Remembrence K Kuper/N Barthelette/K Mlynar 642 GCH CH Sporting Fields Shameless D Butt/A Giles 521 GCH CH Artemis Hypnotic Opium SC R Gold/M Small 497 GCH CH Cottonwood Versace At Coreymore S Carbajal 444 GCH CH Solaris Saxon Shore Hypnotiq Kamio P Magette/D Lockhart 335 GCH CH Sporting Fields Heavenly Body JC M Indeglia 317 GCH CH Kamadaís New York Minute D Davenport/K Davenport/D Kipp

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Working Group Akitas

917 GCH CH Cr - Wiccaís Trade Secret A Bavaria/C Burke/T Bavaria/J Charnik 619 GCH CH Stardustís See You At The Show RN P Rogers/R Rogers/T Witte/R Witte 565 GCH CH Ruthdales Candy From A Baby L Stark/R Stark 223 GCH CH Dem-Beís Smokin Hot A Draper/M Draper 212 GCH CH Sondaisa Fyre When Ready CD C Sullivan 189 GCH CH Liricís Cinderella Man L Coffey/B Coffey 175 GCH CH Redwitch Adreneline Junkie M Bauman/X Wang / Bauman 160 GCH CH Sondaisas Crossfyre C Sullivan 132 GCH CH Mt Joys Notice To Airmen At Yuzawa J Vendramin/J Vendramin/P Ellis 131 GCH CH Sondaisa Tough Act To Follow Stardust C Sullivan/R Witte/T Witte/S Milton

Alaskan Malamutes

350 GCH CH Sno Klassic Nanuke Lifes A Dance J Taylor/P Peel/M Peel 339 GCH CH Storm Kloudís Test Of Time J El Dissi 290 GCH CH Peaceriver Silverice Summer Solstice L Bryne/A Syar 256 GCH CH Jazzland Rain On Quileute J Dewing/R Dysart/C Neely 243 GCH CH Sno Questís For The Holy Grail A Sautbine/M Sautbine 196 GCH CH Ice Crystalís Top Gun N Bennett/J Plourde 173 GCH CH Cateraís Keepiní It World Class A Kanzelberger 170 GCH CH Alcan Come Snodanc With Me D Mccomb/D Ragsdale

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152 GCH CH Illusions Beyond Imagination P Fusco/J Fusco 147 GCH CH Canuteís U Talking To Me A Welch

Anatolian Shepherd Dogs

154 GCH CH Birinciís Piedpiper Goes Full Circle J Hahn/N Wargas 112 GCH CH Timaru Serag Mounir L Brabyn/J Brabyn 87 GCH CH Carpe Diemís Amadeus L Edstrom-Smith/J Smith/Q Harned/M Harne 50 CH Asiri Hisar Kazara A Suhajda/P Suhajda 50 GCH CH Sahinís Ekstra Faith L Long/D Bayer 44 GCH CH Full Circleís Treasure Island N Wargas/D Grunnah 32 GCH CH Lucky Hit Divakiz Rondo Alla Turca L Ayers 28 GCH CH Rbr Karabash Vasi C White 27 GCH CH Lucky Hit Bethany Beyaz Kumru J York/E Conard 26 GCH CH Carpe Diemís Optimus Prime L Edstrom-Smith/J Smith

Bernese Mountain Dogs

991 GCH CH Avatars Smooth Criminal L Diaz Fernandes/K Groves 573 GCH CH Tallpineís Life Of The Party D Hitchcock/S Crisp 450 GCH CH Greenwayís Test Of Time CGC D Laveran/R Tamberino/R Gallizzo 437 GCH CH Indian Hillís Unleash The Dragon G Vogel/C Gersler 430 GCH CH Vinn October It Had 2VV You E Buonpane 418 GCH CH Marbenís Ruffian T Gerli 408 GCH CH Juraís Premier Vintage Quintessa K Mcintyre 345 GCH CH B-Havens Sherpaís Mtn Endeavor J Byers 261 GCH CH Alpenspirit Itís Our Game D Kelley/B Bauersfeld/M Turbide 246 GCH CH Brightwaterís Jest A Wicked Rhyme G Reeve/D Cox

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Black Russian Terriers

265 GCH CH Aristes Paint It Black (M) D Poulson/C Stumm/C Wathen/T Wathen 260 GCH CH Valkyrieís Funny Girl RN (F) V Vest/B Sothcott 226 GCH CH Zilyaís Chicago Blues Fusion At Runes CD (M) D Patterson 166 GCH CH Fun Nordís Hariton Gavrilovich (M) P Gladu/M Hernandez 85 GCH CH Black Pearls Avatar Iz Russkoi Dinastii (M) M Mesh/J Mesh/L Mesh/M Curtis/D Ludwig 59 GCH CH Gladiator S Zolotogo Grada (M) S Gaunt 57 GCH CH Over The Moon About Nagyka (F) S Robinson/C Robinson 48 GCH CH Tsaritsa Ekaterina Iz Russkoi Dinastii (F) A Shishkin/O Vorobyeva 44 GCH CH Midnightsolo Ulan Chorniy (M) D Tudor/J Brown 40 GCH CH Malahovskiy Graf Rossiyskiy CD RAE CA CGC (M) E Pleskov

Boxers

3022 GCH CH Hi-Tech The King Of Sherry Shoot Jp J Billhardt/S Tenenbaum/D Mccarroll 2762 GCH CH Winfall I Dream Of Style K Robbins/C Robbins/G Adkins/B Adkins/T

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1591 GCH CH Nantess Caleno Numero Uno G Tafur/S Tafur/N Savage/T Savage 1261 GCH CH Draco Greets Dassin With Fourbears W Truesdale/Z Truesdale/J Vergnetti/J Pi 1082 GCH CH Daybreakís Bad Influence A Russell/G Steele/M Rocca/D Galante 1081 GCH CH Ensignís Justified D Young/J Young/A Clark/J Crane/G Freer 1071 GCH CH Lazy Kís Dulce De Leche S Gubernatis/A Clark/J Rosen/G Karwoski 962 GCH CH Ho-País Grand Slam A Anderson/S Anderson 773 GCH CH Irondaleís Look At Me Now A Gonzalez/C Vose/W Bettis 706 GCH CH Jacquetís Annie El Encanto D Sparks/N Sparks

Bullmastiffs

927 GCH CH Dal Primo Magic Moment M Harwood/C Corner 467 GCH CH Starrdogs Midnight Rambler W Ofshlag/J Ofshlag 446 GCH CH Windovers Hey There Handsome D Pendleton/H Brogan/M Mcgovern/M Mcgove 423 GCH CH Newcastleís Cutting Edge A Scully/K Spencer/P Mills/J Shadoian 334 GCH CH Baron Dye Of Ridgetop R Wynes 271 GCH CH Starrdogs Power Play K Hebert/Z Melkonian 261 GCH CH Rops Stealsaheart Bruin, Seeking Banner A Baumeister/B Baumeister/H Gussis/L Bro 245 GCH CH Newcastleís Blame It On The Sun A Scully/K Spencer 216 GCH CH Tondraís Whatís Cookiní Highpoint K Gonzalez/S Gonzalez/M Mcgovern/E Falk 162 GCH CH Nambe Hy-Bull Rainmaker CD P Sturiale/L Hyer

Cane Corso

530 GCH CH Firehorse Franklin J Weaver/R Hoser 315 GCH CH Castleguardís Caillou W Rivera 279 GCH CH Timoniere Zolee D Musto 209 GCH CH Libertyís Armed And Dangerous R Cuzzo/J Hovorka/S Ribbs 193 GCH CH Delí Agreste Bin Up To No Good At SnoD Rotkowski/W Yingling 183 GCH CH Campoís Petros Zeus R Hudgens 170 GCH CH Italicaís We DidníT Start The Fire Z Devita/A Petillo/M Petillo 149 GCH CH Lionheartís La Nostra Stella Brillante G Giraudo/M Giraudo/B Martin/J Martin 130 GCH CH Wildwoods Cirino Di Campo CGC R Hudgens 130 GCH CH Campoís Cosmo Di Amato Billy Whiteshoes R Hudgens

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CH Channahonís Kikiah Tyee CM M Mandt CH Lakeside Runís Little Bear CA K Holleran CH Forever Greene Talis CM RN P Richards Intervaleís Riverstone Beltaine BN RN CA N Bartol Forever Greene Tagluk P Richards Moonsong Never Cry Wolf C Taylor Mountainthunder Scarletbegonia D Schiller/K Schiller Greatmountain Tanaina D Schiller/J Maurer

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2 Crossing Creek Encore D Fowler/J Blackman 2 Sandhillís Ranger T Brown/C Brown 2 Frontier In Bocca Al Lupo RN S Fletcher/D Silvertree

Doberman Pinschers

2633 GCH CH Tiburon Ariel Bella Dona M Moyer/T Moyer/K Drake/J Drake 2441 GCH CH Tiburon Arsenal J Dolan/A Dolan 1425 GCH CH Cambriaís Vraiment Parfait G Lajeski/A Wulbrecht/K Thompson/A White 1252 GCH CH Vonduraís Xcelerator Belle Amie R Tracy/J Covert/M Dellorto/K Fox 905 GCH CH Protocolís Veni Vidi Vici S Lundy/D Lundy/J Mullins/K Mullins 843 GCH CH Alisaton Blackbird V Allure Beaulane R Kusumoto/J Kusumoto/L Cornelius 811 GCH CH Sharjets Starr Catcher CD RA S Marinelli/J Marinelli/S Kapp/G Hanna/M 793 GCH CH Jaroe Legend Of Irish Spirit R Kelly 792 GCH CH Oís Godiva Dark Demitasse M Byrns/P Onley 789 GCH CH Foxfireís Tell Me About It M Santana/S St. John

Dogues de Bordeaux

537 GCH CH Evergreenís Rub My Belly At Rising Star J Roberts/L Parker 130 GCH CH Mount Sinaiís Neanderthal St Amand P Duvall/W Duvall 123 GCH CH Trojans Timetobe Notice Mount Sinaiís G Rodriguez 108 GCH CH Storm De Legeane J Chicatelli 77 GCH CH Urszula Z Orisku J Chicatelli 74 GCH CH Ago Z Vlckovskeho Mlyna J Garcia Flores 59 CH Varelaís King Phillipî M Langley 50 GCH CH Heartstrings Claire J Chicatelli 48 GCH CH Primalís Gorgon Guardian Medusaîî R Bina/S Fabian 46 GCH CH Beaches Deverauxís Leon Pierre A Page

German Pinschers

217 GCH CH Daverenís Peaceful Dream CAA J Robinson/J Eastman/R Brownfield 179 GCH CH Rivendells Material Girl K Schiff 103 GCH CH Clefellís Romeo M Salva/L Mills 94 GCH CH Midernoch A Phortune Of Phranklins CA C French 73 GCH CH Windamirís Dajavu Ganymede S Morgan/K Dorwart 67 CH Legacyís Time To Shine D Bixler/L Mills 61 GCH CH Windamirís Franco Des Charmettes N Coppinger/K Dowart 47 GCH CH Diamondmines One Class Act B Diamond/R Diamond 46 GCH CH Windamir Loverís Tryst C Jobb/S Morgan 31 GCH CH Nevars Quick Silver F Stuby/A Issleib/D Velda/M Barkman

Giant Schnauzers

497 GCH CH Kenroís Witching Hour R Greenslade/L Norton/D Hill 325 GCH CH Ramahill Absolutes I Am Legend Of Rw J Edmonds/L Edmonds/M Adler

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174 GCH CH Skansenís Havannah C Sansone/S Sansone 162 GCH CH Nightline Viking A Tanglewood E Fojtik/J Erath/C Erath 109 GCH CH Lowdown Remys Girl V Ardenhout M Low/L Low 106 GCH CH Skansenís Got Guinness? R Poyfair/J Poyfair 91 GCH CH Skansenís Leather & Lace Of Twilight P Poole 87 GCH CH Skansenís Rose Colored Glasses J Davis 75 GCH CH Skansenís Harvard G Reyna/J Boston 54 CH Onyxstarís Black Falcon M Jones/S Fox

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2772 GCH CH Longo Miller N Loreís Diamond Lil (F) T Longo/J Miller/L Matherly/C Crawford 1379 GCH CH Raintree Erinwood Dixie For Heavenís Sake (F) R Gumbs/P Deloria/L Landrum/L Cornelius 1126 GCH CH Mjmís Hi-Air All Eyes On Me (F) A Solnick/L Solnick/L Maulucci/M Maulucc 1063 GCH CH Ghdd Seamus Lord Of The Dance (M) K Kish/D Davis/J Deeming/J Ball 957 GCH CH Hauerdaneís Donít Bury The Treasure v Caps (F) A Brill 761 GCH CH Shalako Itís All About Me V Regent (F) S Taylor/M Davisson 717 GCH CH Alpineís Ice Warrior V Hawthorne (M) L Clesi/P Clesi/A Heavey 689 GCH CH Alpineís Bohemian Rhapsody (M) P Smallwood 639 GCH CH Sunstrike Spellbinder At Karmel CGC (M) M Yellish 625 GCH CH Diolaís Saks And The City V Hi Class (M) S Bealko

Great Pyrenees

318 GCH CH Honorís Promise Of The Future B Ducker/K Bruneau 251 GCH CH Rivergroves Chateau De Castelnau M Falatach 150 GCH CH Framboise Something Ventured Something P Hughes/S Hughes/P Watson 130 GCH CH Rivergroves Skyís The Limit J Hanover/J Hanover/J Boyd 126 GCH CH Rivergroves Bon Appetit BN PCD RE CA R Morton/J Boyd 99 GCH CH Calurian Ailo Mountain Sage RA N Wood-Taber 97 GCH CH Guardeniaís Splish Splash V Coffman/K Justin/D Coffman/C Moore 93 GCH CH Monark Abbeyroads Molly Malone T Duncan/S Simard/M Hudon 76 GCH CH Pyrpressure Connu, Mais Aí Dieu G Johnson/M Johnson 70 GCH CH Euzkalzaleís Legacy Of Hope W Olson/T Denney-Combs

Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs

591 GCH CH Painted Mtn Oliver Twist Of Fate K Markley/R Markley 281 GCH CH Derbyís Toast With Gusto S Copeland 256 GCH CH Derbyís All American M Rusk/A Rusk/C Selleck/B Selleck 235 GCH CH Noxís Luck Of The Irish CD RE D Fralick/B Fralick 231 GCH CH Derbyís X Marks The Spot A Mcfadden/D Echols 214 GCH CH Wildest Dream Midnight In Havana R Mezzanotte/S Trenholm/T Bailey/J Baile 196 GCH CH Breezy Ridge Maximus T Conway/K Krumpe 102 GCH CH Serendipityís Handsome Dr.Zhivago D Holly

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GCH CH Noxís George Baileyís Irish Creme CGC N Kechner/J Comer/C Robson GCH CH Calypso V Alex Raven Moon A Wilson/C Wilson/T Brown/B Brown

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GCH CH Nagyalma Unforgettable Too A White/V Mcnelis GCH CH Quintessential Chauncey S Wilczewski/D Wilczewski CH Ibis Goody Two Shoes C Evans Quintessential Calamity Jane CGCA D Fry/L Fry/J Reisinger Cupolo Braeís Joska A Pompas B Johnston CH Lajosmegyiís Nagyalma U2 A Quigley/N Jacobson/P Turner CH Meadow View Southern Gentleman Of Ibis S Harman/M Harman/C Evans CH Zoe The Lovable A Collado/R Collado/K Raleigh Kevilynís Fischer Finley Of Meadow View D Miller/S Harman Delwyn Ivan The Lovable R Collado/A Collado

Kuvaszok

141 GCH CH Mattiaci High Voltage At Glacier Creek D Blank 128 GCH CH Szumeriaís Wildwood Silver Six Pence CGC M Vila/L Brady/C Muir/C Townsend 107 GCH CH Casablancaís Vakmero Pandur G Dash/N Berger 39 CH Aegys Unforgettable RN L Vogel 23 GCH CH Casablanca Elso Peachtree In Cahoots M Goodman/B Lenoski/R Ham/G Dash 19 GCH CH Double Ring Tarees Dream Machine C Ringering/K Ringering/I Miller/R Mille 17 CH Elsoís Prairie Smoke B Lenoski/M Goodman/B Rasco 17 GCH CH Glacier Creekís Sparks A Flyiní S Stephens 14 CH Gypsy Wind Purple Heart C Clegg/R Barnes/M Clegg 13 GCH CH Rebel Ridge Blue Moon I Miller/R Miller

Leonbergers

624 GCH CH A. Feiner Eros L Bazlen 118 GCH CH Bluebonnetís Fricis Is On Fire Of Acorn BN A Mozeleski/W Jones/J Hatlas-Pepper 95 GCH CH Yoks Vom Kaniberg M Beck/R Beck 92 GCH CH Corleoneís Hidden Agenda H Austin/N Austin 90 GCH CH Haus Gutfreund Acorn Diamond Jubilee B Goodfriend/N Goodfriend 69 GCH CH Bellawoodís Deja Vu V Sanftenloewen M Ruggiero-Smith/K Knight 65 GCH CH Koosa Van Leodipako RN K Stickel 57 GCH CH Haus Gutfreund Acorn Diamond In The Sky B Goodfriend/N Goodfriend 56 GCH CH El Doradoís Chili Pepper P Mcdaniel/L Taft 52 GCH CH Desperadoís Gentleman George L Taft/B Dankanich

Mastiffs

1034 GCH CH Willow Ridges Risky Business J Swarts/N Walker/M Tichenor 547 GCH CH Kimmitís Rockstar K Wampler/L Gabhart 407 GCH CH Mcf Midnight Masquerade J Lovece/C Lovece

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388 GCH CH Bendegeitís William The Brave (M) C King 379 GCH CH Talamascas Big Cheese (M) L Watson/M Mcgilvery/T Sholes 372 GCH CH Milleniums Moonshine (M) T Plezbert/C Jones 321 GCH CH Lazy Dís Spartacus At Her Majestyís Request (M) K Williams 312 GCH CH Jadems Oliver Twist (M) J Berning/T Woods 292 GCH CH Jadems Rythm-N-Boo (M) T Woods 270 GCH CH Genesis Jethro At Rydalmount RN CGC (M) G Cuthbert

Neapolitan Mastiffs

164 GCH CH Otella Bruto A Gurrola 132 GCH CH Ironwoodís Papparrazi J Deppen/S Van-Spruill 40 CH Il Drago Severino C Boczar 24 CH Maximumís Morocco M Aaron-Mcelyea 23 CH Amazing Loveís Locked And Loaded CGC L Hershberger/S Deans 22 CH New Moon Carlisle Of Amazing Love S Subler/L Hershberger 20 CH Omar Patrizio Italia L Moles 20 CH Mastino Templar Knight Of Cydonia A Hosking/R Hosking/L Ramos 17 CH Cassio Del Gheno A Pierret 17 CH Centurian Mastini Phoenix Platino A Goetz/W Goetz 17 King Gigi Of The Oaks T Hood

Newfoundlands

844 GCH CH Pouch Coveís Seabrook Enough Said P Helming/K Griffin 721 GCH CH Rosewoodís Royal Flush M Morris 443 GCH CH Spillways Man About Town Kodiak R Emery/K Emery 405 GCH CH Darbydaleís All That And More G Griffith/K Kemp 370 GCH CH Susitnaís Deal Me In K Gerrits/H Gerrits/H Kramer/A Gerrits 310 GCH CH Darbydaleís DoníT Stop Believiní RN K Rowland/C Bergmann 237 GCH CH Windhaven Sheís The Real Cruz-Penelope C Legg/L Vande Ven 217 GCH CH Seacrestís IíM Not What You Think J Taylor/D Nelson/D Nelson 197 GCH CH Heartsease King Of The Jungle M Casler/L Anderson 195 GCH CH Legacyís Sir Lucan Of Camelot V Nguyen/G Dotzman/L Roser

Portuguese Water Dogs

1651 GCH CH Claircreek Impression De Matisse M Lint/P Helming/D Gottdenker 625 GCH CH Roseknoll Sunny Benjamin C Diamant/C Teasley/S Teasley/E Leyda 509 GCH CH NorthStarís Hit The Deck Running RA NAJ S Soviero/J Soviero 415 GCH CH Spyglass N Aviator Sail With The Wind C Blancett 367 GCH CH Sail Away Root Beer Float M Parszewski/T Smith 326 GCH CH Cortereal Iron Man CD BN RA AX MXJ MXF J Berger/N Hunter 311 GCH CH Dandelionís Maxwellís Silver Hammer RN V Morro/W Varr Iii 200 GCH CH Patriotís Designer Girl CGC T Snyder/L Snyder/K Maguire

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182 GCH CH Odyseas Reel Sailors Eat Spinach CD S Forman/F Forman 171 GCH CH Prata Lua Tsar Nickolas Of Farallon S Holden

Rottweilers

1673 GCH CH Hemlockís Jack Of Hearts RA CGC K Bang/R Bang 1292 GCH CH Chancellor Flirtís Hi Flyiní Gladiator W Lewellen 1055 GCH CH Eis Haus Ivy League Big Red CD THD CGC J Martindale/V Mcgraw 824 GCH CH Ecko Ridgeís Big Easy Fast And Furious T Larroquette/B Larroquette 733 GCH CH Avatar Summer Storm Chaser RN C Walker 670 GCH CH Avatar Cosmac Storm M Brennan/J Mcilwaine/G Bidgood/A Mcilwa 607 GCH CH Parisans Stingray of RiverRidge R Ramsour/T Johnston 512 GCH CH Highwoodís Call Of The Wild D Austin/T Austin 491 GCH CH Gamegards Rhythm Of The Rain C Krown/V Weaver/P Marsh/D Rosetta 491 GCH CH Gamegards IíLl Have Another V Braeside H Eldred

Samoyeds

675 GCH CH McMagicís Mojo P Mccallum 599 GCH CH Mcmagicís Candied Ham Of Pebblesrun A Kiell Green/A Green/P Mccallum 597 GCH CH Polar Mist N Bark Barkís Built Tough C OíNeill/J OíNeill 501 GCH CH Storytales Past Present & Future B King/K King/N King 501 GCH CH White Magicís Seasoned Traveler-Trekîî M Matto 472 GCH CH Glacierís Goddess Of Fire D Medeiros 461 GCH CH Glacierwhite Moonlite Mist Chanel No. 5 A Murphy 441 GCH CH Pebblesí Run CotíNpicíN Cotton Gin M Goodenough/A Kiell Green 255 GCH CH White Eagleís Full Moon Rising On Alpine T Litton/M Augustus/J Augustus/C Montgom 247 GCH CH T-Snow Starís Beyond Destiny M Willdigg/L Ragsdale

Siberian Huskies

1797 GCH CH Snowmistís Quicksilver Speigas L Baryte/H Shimtzu 795 GCH CH Topaz Bad Action H Tang 539 GCH CH Highlanderís Rumour Has It M Ralsky/C Pacht 534 GCH CH Britestars Jamesons Whiskey A Aguirre/L House/C French 483 GCH CH Kaniskaís Kauz For Kamotion At Talkeetna M Hinkle 425 GCH CH Paragonís You Had Me At Merlot T Erickson/L Wilson 325 GCH CH Tackoraís Cookie Cutter D Studwell/P Benincasa 317 GCH CH Ziemaboraís Strut Your Stuff B Schaeffel 308 GCH CH Tijiís Fire On The Moon W Kanchitsirikul 301 GCH CH Snowfireís Holy Moses M Lehman/L Lehman

St. Bernards

901 GCH CH Jamelleís Aristocrat V Elba BN RN CGC L Baker/E Baker 645 GCH CH Reviloís Liquid Asset From Redside D Oliver/B Oliver

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497 GCH CH Gliddens Lady Isabella K Glidden 307 GCH CH Opdykeís Your Place Or Mine? C Cataldo/G Radcliffe 153 GCH CH Belle Isleís Cookie V Cretan R Patterson/J Little/D Cox 135 GCH CH Trademarkís A Reed & Barton Von Joy J Joy/F Joy 119 GCH CH Twin Branchís Red Bull Of Empty Keg D Boyd/B Boyd 108 GCH CH Sleepy Hollows Ice Slicer T Sleep 101 GCH CH Szajdaís Neverending Story CGC A Szajda/B Quagliaroli 82 GCH CH Starbriteís Olive V. Northpointe R Ertle/M Zwerk

Standard Schnauzers

1016 GCH CH Misticís Longfellow Serenade S Marsh/A Derenzis 815 GCH CH Blackhawk Finneganís Wake L Studley/K Studley/L Green 290 GCH CH Chateau Palos Treaty Of Goarrhein TD E Mohrenweiser/M Just/H Mohrenweiser 232 GCH CH Steinhaus Maxim Courage RN D Morse 208 GCH CH Bardwoods Black Hat Harry P Lombardi/R Lombardi 195 GCH CH Vikingus Caesar Eytukan C Sanchez/M Sanchez 176 GCH CH Uhlan A Star Is Born J Legan 150 GCH CH Senecaís Sterling Midnight Tango G Beeson 108 GCH CH Sketchbook No Deductions CGC T Rothwell/L Hansen 75 GCH CH Sketchbook Smarty Jones L Hansen/G Freeman 75 GCH CH Shanaís Ultimate Utopia L Shank/C Brown

Tibetan Mastiffs

265 GCH CH Dreamcatcher Major Victory Of Loki CGC D Parsons/W Slayton 157 GCH CH Comancheriaís Ciye Chiricahua Cochise G Nunnally 64 GCH CH Sierrasí Sasha - Yakone Nanuk J Butler/R Gallegos 37 CH Drakyi Timberlineís Moxie D Bosak/C Radcliffe 37 GCH CH Drakyi Lion Of Judah M Lott 32 GCH CH Dawaís Welcome Stranger From Sierras D Nechemias/L Claus/W Wickman/D Wickman 28 GCH CH Himalayaís A F Mufasa Of Stone W Puckett/D Puckett 22 GCH CH Aujudonís Song Of The South A Lee/J Lee 19 CH Sequoiaoaks Aleutian R Eichhorn/M Brantley/L Brantley 14 CH Great Lakes Citadel Jin Viraat M Szarek/K Hannan/K Dewitt

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Terrier Group Airedale Terriers

795 GCH CH Joval Angelís Whisper V Rickard/J Rickard 484 GCH CH Penaireís Chip Leader At Longvue J Clarke/W Clarke/T Clyde/A Clyde 167 GCH CH Raynaire V Crescentís Secret Storm C Johnson/K Coffey 115 GCH CH Epochís New York Minute A Moore/D Moore 107 GCH CH Huntwoodís Command Performance Of C Vitosh/J Linn/S Kipp

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85 GCH CH Bryndale Penaire Mistletoe ëN Holly A Brinker/C Brinker/J Clarke/W Clarke 67 GCH CH Joval Itís My Time V Rickard/J Rickard 57 GCH CH Epochís Time Bandit A Moore/D Moore 53 GCH CH Jet Aireís Ursa Major, The Greater Bear D Turba/J Turba 43 GCH CH Timberwyck Glenayr Heads Up P Frye/S Kuhn/T Maher

American Staffordshire Terriers

982 GCH CH Angarda Deja Vu Looking At You E Mckee-Heath 721 GCH CH Lbkís Enuf Talk About Ruby Of Mule Creek L Jagta/L Keller 337 GCH CH Alpineís Lonewolf Whisky River S Killen/L Killen/G Thorton 276 GCH CH Ciceroís Clash Of The Titans N Patrick/J Patrick 263 GCH CH Chavez Let It Ride At Bonsai G Simonds/A Ghione 254 GCH CH Alpineís Ring Of Fire CGC J Mosing/E Thomason/K Thomason/V Piltz 182 GCH CH Vaca Valleyís Bold Ruler For Frajaec G Brown/K Rudzik/B Gottier/D Pesenti/J M 163 GCH CH Major Leagueís Silver Slugger C Ward/H Ward 157 GCH CH Old Riverís Talk About A Mystery S Allison/L Jones 140 GCH CH Diablos Queen Sophie Anne R Whitlow/S Whitlow

Australian Terriers

268 GCH CH Rybaís Call Me Irresponsible S Bachman/T Schreeder 235 GCH CH Temora Ri Diercc Z Smith 157 GCH CH Dunham Lake Scout Master T Steinmetz/J Steinmetz/T Goiffon 116 GCH CH P.S. Phoebe Ii Christhill K Hill/W Christensen 115 GCH CH Benayr Nick Of Time M Porter 113 GCH CH Nellysonís Mr Dont Skip The Zip C Mechalke/J Mechalke 72 GCH CH Rybaís Gotham City Hero M Langham/S Bachman/T Schreeder 65 GCH CH Shastakin Flying Dust Buster Z Van Wyck De Ropp 65 GCH CH Arista Redskys Love Is All There Is P Levy 57 GCH CH Rybaís A Bit Risque S Bachman/T Schreeder

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Bedlington Terriers 300 GCH CH Wrightwynís Power Play S Bethea 249 GCH CH Lamz Heads I Win Tails You Lose CAA L Zembrzuski/G Gilbeau 179 GCH CH First Class Willow Wind The Phoenix S Friedemann/J Fogel 110 GCH CH Patchworkís Built To Last B Lundy 105 GCH CH Sandon Ní Oakhill Jazzyís Top Secret C Foti 96 GCH CH Carillon Chazzen De Hayyim L Heyman 59 GCH CH Kaylynnís Guiding Light S Beutler/R Beutler/E Beutler 58 GCH CH Bling Blingís Bleu Sapphire J Steele/E Wolkenmuth 57 GCH CH Peremi I M A Player J Weiskopf/L Nilsson 51 GCH CH First Class Delaine Merino J Fogel

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Border Terriers

752 GCH CH Mchillís Hrh Prince Gizmo House Of Gremlin P Holson/A Barrios 535 GCH CH Meadowlake Pants On Fire K Fitzpatrick/T Bradley/K Courtelis 236 GCH CH Ristle Alley Hoop At Coldstream JE R Cobussen/G Cobussen 220 CH Ganymedeís Hope And Glory M Matheson/J Matheson 203 GCH CH Foxburrow Celebrity Apprentice G Scott/R Scott 163 GCH CH Devons La Tua Cantante K Myers/G Myers 162 GCH CH Surefyreís Just In Time M Smith/C Bartlett 150 GCH CH Brocair Field Of Cherry Blossoms A Donovan 120 GCH CH Kilcreggans Poppy Of Eilean Donan M Bond/W Bond 112 GCH CH Riverside Play By Play S Mannings/B Novak

Bull Terriers (Colored)

145 GCH CH Action First Try C Claburn/F Berez 140 GCH CH Yoeckydoeís Kissproof H Knockaert 122 GCH CH Banbury Bedrock Bright Star Bright M Remer/R Lamkins/K Lamkins/W Mackay-Smi 109 GCH CH Aragonís Ruffin It At Honeytree P Selk/V Everett/P Grecco/M Bankus 83 GCH CH Javarke King At Arnolds A Salas/G Anderson 82 GCH CH Glentomís Dirty Harry T Cournoyer/G Wright 74 GCH CH Soquel Millenium Seafarer G Harlamoff/N Waynee 53 CH Magor Millenium Moonstruck G Smith/N Smith/S Byzewski 50 GCH CH Bur Oakís Oscar Of Winsor K Turner/B Ralston 49 GCH CH Iceni Shot Taken K Bebb/M Campbell Hegg/L Myall

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286 GCH CH Stonebridge Just A Little Bit Better D Ziesmer 263 GCH CH Dogwood Treasure Hunter P Davis 170 GCH CH Hjohooís Give Me Hjour Love L Spain 138 GCH CH Hjohooís Just The Way Hjo Are E Theodorsson/V Malzoni 132 GCH CH Maverston Double Dutch T Erickson/M Lucier

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187 GCH CH Sandstoneís Conceived In Liberty For Paradox (F) G Snyder/I Hudson/M Whitehair/T Whitehai 97 GCH CH Global Mighty White At Kilacabar (M) C Whitmer/S Whitmer/C Kilpatrick/C Kilpa 95 GCH CH Allegro Rockstar (M) S Harris/D Harris 87 GCH CH Glentom Seeking Fame And Fortune (M) A Graulau/J Graulau/T Cournoyer/G Wright 68 GCH CH Banbury Bedrock Bright Diamond (F) K Longhofer/M Remer/K Lamkins/W Mackay-S 50 GCH CH Bulliards Good Hearted Woman (F) J Snider/M Long 48 GCH CH Bullseye Oliver Orion (M) N May/M May 42 GCH CH Rhydaman Frosty (M) L Martin/I Morden 40 GCH CH Sandstoneís Visions Of Liberty (F) E Bluhm/T Bluhm/M Whitehair/T Whitehair 38 CH Nuance Naughty Or Nice (F) C Parker

466 GCH CH Terriwood Mvp T Godwin/K Godwin/B Doyle/N Doyle 466 GCH CH Hjohooís Save Hjour Love For Me V Malzoni/E Theodorsson 466 GCH CH Roccoís Collar King Carl Xvi Gustaf K Kauffman/W Eckard 460 GCH CH Connacht A Haí Penny Will Do M Joyce 362 GCH CH Cyntuís Twist N Shout D Vogt/S Vogt

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GCH CH Zlatapraha Gillespie Bluefire P Huber/N Huber/T Smith/P Bale GCH CH Xcaliber Laraff D Loewe GCH CH Chalmaís Fiky Dzem L Brandt-Comer/R Comer GCH CH Devineheartís Goodnight Irene N Devine/J Devine/B Risi-Diamond CH Talyot Hermione D Loewe/L Richardson/S Richardson/D Wils GCH CH Devineheartís Idus Martias L Drew Zlatapraha Jazz T Cashman CH Artur Of Bumble-Bee Castle J Hester-Kyttle/N Devine CH Sambarbs Cedric Diggory B Hopler Devineheartís Hill & Dayl N Devine/J Devine GCH CH Milenkaís Hector In Act Four L Kapustina/A Kapustin/L Marino

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GCH CH Kingís Mtn. Angelina Ballerina S Hickson/B Stenmark GCH CH Pastime The Dandie Wears Prada K Cramer GCH CH Derrydown Double Indemnity G Myers/K Myers GCH CH Lonsdale Sir Joseph Porter A Simpson CH Pennywise Tiddlywinks C Nelson GCH CH Clossongrey Frankystein K Dorn/L Dorn GCH CH Kingís Mtn. Alice Springs C Chriscaden/M Furlong GCH CH Tigh OíTykes Hugo N Ryan CH Von Maserís Highland Fling J Maser CH Aranisle Star Of San Jacinto C Blair/B Mcdannald

Fox Terriers (Smooth)

366 GCH CH Wedigit Paparazzi T Haines/L Smith 326 GCH CH High Mtn Everso Smooth S Perrine/C Snavely 298 GCH CH Broxden Waybroke Halstan Heritage V Malzoni 177 GCH CH Foxjar Absolutely Awesome A Ruggieri/J Smith/D Gabel 157 GCH CH LilíItch Steeplechase M Aroney/T Haines/A Aroney 140 GCH CH Absolutely Talk Of The Town J Smith/E Boyes 137 GCH CH Sheeze-Beez Soldier Of Fortune Tlc V Boyle 120 GCH CH JíCobe Broxden Danea V Malzoni/A Booth/P Booth/W Dalling 92 GCH CH Nileefox Taylor Made D Rathgeber/S Rathgeber 90 GCH CH Warfox Wild Flower L Nelson/S Nelson/M Kralik/P Kralik

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Fox Terriers (Wire)

573 GCH CH Afterall Painting The Sky V Malzoni/T Steele/S Olund/M Olund/D Rya 158 GCH CH Crispy Legacy A Agenta/D Eggert/J Eggert/A Astrom 125 GCH CH Garcini Rangels Concerto With TES L Garcini/J Paquette/E Singer 115 GCH CH Aljamar Accentuate The Positive M Laschinski/J Warling/A Waters 101 GCH CH Crynwyd Caprice H Cole/K Harris 98 GCH CH Frenchpark Ard Ri Niall M Hermon/J Killeen 93 GCH CH Garcini & Rangelís Rock N Rolla L Garcini/K Rogers/J Paquette 89 GCH CH Briarleaís Keaira V Matanic 57 GCH CH Gordonís Bite Of The Apple J Hanson/S Hanson 56 GCH CH Fox Creek Jp I Wish H Tsuyuki/J Diehl

Glen of Imaal Terriers

106 GCH CH Libertyís Darren Of Daulton P Estes/J Daulton 66 GCH CH Libertyís Padraig E Pires/A Lynn 59 GCH CH Daultonís Clodagh From Cill Dara J Daulton/L Knight/P Estes 58 GCH CH Finnabair Ardmore Ned D Doyle 53 GCH CH Rainbow Springs Wicklowís Warrior Of Ber -DW Roland/R Roland/M Carty 49 GCH CH Kilkennyís Sullivan Of Castlerock C Chiddister/S Blum 38 GCH CH Daultonís Emerald Green J Daulton/P Estes/M Greene/C Greene 30 GCH CH Finnabair Pride Of Wicklow A Tighe/S Kohlhepp/M Mcdaniel 28 GCH CH Daultonís Sen Quinn Of Blessington S Eck/J Daulton/P Estes 26 GCH CH Abberann Abaigeal S Blum/J Blum

Irish Terriers

267 GCH CH Rockledge Mccallen Of Meath L Honey/J Wilson/J Macdonald 110 GCH CH Gingerbreadís Dark and Stormy T Lahti 106 GCH CH Donedaireís Emerald Of Erin P Shaw/M Shaw 104 GCH CH Windeire Aurora Borealis P Macdonald 87 GCH CH Sharobís Commander In Chief S Lindgren/R Lindgren 20 CH Fleet St Fire And Ice A Barker 19 GCH CH Glenstalís Standing Ovation J Nash/J Nash 19 GCH CH Breezyís X-Tra Top Priority T Vandezande/B Vandezande 18 CH Takalaís Hot Topic Casey T Carr 15 CH Woodleyís Rough Flynn Rustle M Lee/J Lee/D Rapport 15 GCH CH Donedaire Sharobís Good As Gold W Webber/B Webber/S Lindgren 15 CH Laochraghís Aurora Borealis P Gill/C Marsh/K Marsh

Kerry Blue Terriers

544 GCH CH True Blue Madonna E Randall 354 GCH CH Class Act By Hallsblu W Berry 199 GCH CH Irisblu Mirage J Garahan/K Garahan

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132 GCH CH Saredon Shock Waves Of Irisblu A Norman/H Quigg 124 GCH CH Ciarraiís Beltane Embers P Fox/J Deaton 119 GCH CH Edbrios Russian Roulette E Hansen 90 GCH CH Tontineís Chance Redemption L Croley/C Dwyer 90 GCH CH Dinnyesvarosi Mexico L Zambrano 83 GCH CH Kamagh Too Busy Bein Fabulous N Han/W Mcfadden 80 GCH CH Kerriselís Hereís Looking At You R Nicholson/C Nicholson

Lakeland Terriers

212 GCH CH Larkspur Acadia Save Me A Spot A Barker/S Fraser/M Sacco 110 GCH CH Hi-Kel Terrydale Fortune In My Eyes A Geremia/F Cashin/Terrydale Knl 45 GCH CH Delzar Sweet Sin-Sation P Harbison 38 GCH CH Hi-Kel Terrydale Fortune Forward Terrydale Knl/K Mcindoe/C Dowd/B Dowd/C 35 CH Snowtaires Back To The Future B Decker/L Parker 26 GCH CH Nanhalls Koichi Hikel Terrydale B Bates/W Bates 26 GCH CH Delzar Lucaniaís Bippity Boppity Boo L Coppedge/T Szaras 25 CH Glacieridge Goodie Two Shoes JE R Mcmillan 18 CH Wakefield Face The Music M Wamback/K Hoy/J Kerr 18 OíBrady Hollybriar Renaissance Man J Braddy/P Mccann/H Kain

Manchester Terriers (Standard)

214 GCH CH Medleyís War Hunt E Tonini/J Tonini/J Tonini-Zanotto 156 GCH CH Toria Royalty In The Making T Taylor/V Herbert-Thorsland 77 GCH CH Oasis Razzmatazz V Stanert/B Stanert 49 GCH CH Medleyís Jokerís Gamble S Gerritz/T Myers 47 GCH CH Wilaneís Midnight Rydor R Gates/B Wood/K Brewer 40 GCH CH Oasis Blue Lagoon S Cafferty 35 GCH CH Medleyís The World Is Not Enough S Berrend/T Myers/D Asplund-Green 26 CH Raís Unsinkable Molly Brown At Mosaic R Jonas 25 GCH CH Jetcitys Little Red Rocker At Spirit A Cain/L Nonog 24 GCH CH Wilaneís Sophisticated Lady B Wood/B Wood/J Emerick

Miniature Bull Terriers

426 GCH CH Cambriaís Kid N Play L Baggenstos/R Baggenstos/A Guerrero/D G 204 GCH CH Dytona Vip M Jacobs/A Klishas/E Feuz 100 GCH CH Evolution Runs With Scissors S Cummings/K Toomey/C Jensen 86 GCH CH Amchara Roc Ur World K Toland/S Toland 68 GCH CH Kingsmere Rambunctious Romeo L Lethin/G Simonds 59 GCH CH Ruffshaadís Caprice At Royalbard R Hausken/O Hausken/E Held/C Korn 56 GCH CH Bonsai Winning Colors At Bullikountry R Kennedy/G Simonds 44 CH Pagwin Little Big Man B Hee/J Kane

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GCH CH Envisionregistan Sweet William V Driscoll GCH CH Cambriaís Odd Man Out D Guerrero/M Ward

Miniature Schnauzers

1153 GCH CH Allaruth Just Kidding V Sole Baye Y Phelps/R Ziegler 653 GCH CH Tomarís Captain Kirk M Paisley 603 GCH CH Kruseís High Interest M Lande/B Kruse 503 GCH CH Repittion Joleeís Spring Time In April J Williams/K Garmaker 393 GCH CH Regencyís Play For Keeps D Lewis/K Lewis/B Verna 354 GCH CH Joker Landís Glacyka Fci M Uryu/J Constantine 311 GCH CH Rockyhill Icees Raisiní The Barîî S Fry 292 GCH CH Regencyís Playmaker B Verna/S Wang 250 GCH CH Minuteman Toxicology C Mcmillan/K Prokopetz 228 GCH CH Legendís B-B-B Bad To The Bone D Huff/S Huff

Norfolk Terriers

642 GCH CH Yarrow Venerie Ticket To Ride P Beale/J Beale 93 CH Yarrow Venerie Trader Vic From Owl Hollow B Thomas/A Thomas/P Beale 91 GCH CH Barnstable Bold Over NFP S Stemmler 78 GCH CH Some Buddy Llwydd Eric The Red J Carter/T Carter/H Cole 54 GCH CH Avalonís Spring Coveís Simon Eyes K Nelson 51 CH Arroyoís Jingle All The Way A Dum/E Dum 45 GCH CH Rightly So Smart Syndicate M James/R Newton/S Augustine 37 CH Avalonís First Mate L Pelletier 33 GCH CH Tater Totís Bisou Des Montagnes L Vogt/G Belcher 29 GCH CH Dexter M Seewald

Norwich Terriers

563 GCH CH Apollo C Chen/C Trexler/C Foucrault 523 GCH CH Highwoodís Whirling Dun J Fonyo/N Fonyo 308 GCH CH Dunbarís Heir Apparent J Kefeli 243 GCH CH Tuxedo Junction J Little/S Little/D Hanna 238 GCH CH Thunderwoodís First Robin Of Spring T Willrich/K Conlan 232 GCH CH Waiterock Jack Falstaff C Harper 217 GCH CH Roserockís Atticus Finch A Garcia Gomez/M Lopez 217 GCH CH Camioís Educated Exemplar C Rogers 131 GCH CH Watermark Hunter At High Pines P Giroux 125 GCH CH Michanís Mick Like A Rolling Stone L Marshall/H Marshall

Parson Russell Terriers

432 GCH CH Panther Creek The Full Monty J Ramming/R Ford 321 GCH CH Foxbend Colour Me More K Courtelis/D Bryson/J Wilkinson 231 GCH CH Shasta N Sonship A Skip L Reinhard/T Reinhard

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136 GCH CH Fox Valley Devil In Disguise C Florence/J Felten 131 GCH CH Rosewoods O.M.G. S Johnson/C Howton 131 GCH CH Ardsley Run Heaven Sent J Smith/J Gardner 102 GCH CH Shalimar Wild Montana Sky Of Orejac C Burgasser/J Caulk 75 GCH CH Dream Hiís Lilí Surfer Dude K Rickard/L Rickard 59 GCH CH Cobblestone Gathers No Moss JE S Tolleson/K Baker 57 GCH CH Premiere Gossip Girl @ Sunrock T Houser/D Chenoweth/K Owsley/D Anibal

Rat Terriers

128 GCH CH Stoneybays Ur Martiniís ServíD CM S Mcwilliams/T Jordan 86 GCH CH Raganratís Quintessential Q CM RN OA OAJ D Ragan/H Browne 74 GCH CH Riverridge Trin2 Sail 2 The Top CM CA B Brown/S Mcwilliams 41 GCH CH River Ridgeís Level Of Intrigue S Mcwilliams 29 CH Cohills Night Passage T Dennis/A Hill 27 CH Sandsí Black Diamond Wilson BN RN CGC L Lee/J Leigh 23 Dos Kn Pn Rnb Heís The Wizard S Hendrix/D Hendrix 23 GCH CH River Ridgeís I Put A Spell On U J Babarsky/S Mcwilliams 22 CH Tanaga Baileys Tru Obsession CM RN R Lutwinas 19 CH Kenannís LivíN N Loví N Life CM A Agostine 19 CH King Pen Rnbís Queen Ann S Hendrix

Russell Terriers

318 GCH CH Goldsandís Columbus M Ulrich/C Areskough 153 GCH CH Rivendellís Tinker Toy S Sobel 86 GCH CH Monamour Jp Part Time Lover K Miichi 80 GCH CH Goldsandís Billie Jean CA M Wooldridge/J Stevens/C Manelopoulos/R 57 CH Falling Branch The Patriot L Mckinney/L Grimsley 47 GCH CH Meadowbrook Madison CM S Sobel 43 GCH CH Star Valley Baer Dude Impact CM BN RA K Baer/A Black 33 GCH CH Monamour Jpp Energy Of Kiss E Reisman 33 GCH CH Heritage Jp Cotton Snow M Yamazaki 27 GCH CH All Jacks Be Special A All Jacks 27 GCH CH Appassionato Jp Monamourís Star A Hargrave/C Areskough

Scottish Terriers

447 GCH CH Mcvanís To Russia With Love M Khenkina 408 GCH CH Charthill Top Billing K Vogt/C Hill/K Hill 300 GCH CH Invercrest Surely Why Not D Eggert/J Eggert 299 GCH CH Charthill Premier Performance C Hill/K Hill 259 GCH CH Kelwynís History In The Making K Edell/D Edell

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251 GCH CH Chyscottís Making An Entrance L Shafer/W Shafer/K Simmons 218 GCH CH Mcvanís Be Bop Baby V Huber/R Cross 160 GCH CH Cumbriaís Ready Jet Go P Wooster/T Wooster 126 GCH CH Roundtown Everyday Magic Of Maryscot A Musser 107 GCH CH Kingsview Just Ebony C Blain/L Tuttle

Sealyham Terriers

181 GCH CH Efbeís Thunder Rd At Burberry S Hawks/F Bergeron/L Tetreault/S Middleb 118 GCH CH Hotshotís Royal Sheíll Make ëEm Cry B Dunlap/R Dunlap 92 GCH CH Wildwind Mojito B Snyder/J Ferrera/B Fain 39 GCH CH Slyfox Sassy Lady Of Bluffís End C Echelbarger/J Taggart/K Jacobson 13 CH Wildwind Keep Your Hat On B Snyder/J Ferrera 12 CH Afterglowís Rapunzel L Inman/R Inman 12 CH Dubwyre Cherrydun Ladyhawke J Thill/D Francois/N Dunleavy 11 CH Thunder Rds Blueberry Hill S Hawks 11 Afterglows Princess Kate L Inman/R Inman 10 CH Thunder Rd For A Dancer S Hawks

Skye Terriers

125 CH Cragsmoor Good Time Charlie V Malzoni/Cragsmoor Knl 115 GCH CH Gleanntan Wonderful Wizard Of Oz Gleanntan Knl 91 GCH CH Jay-Roy Byrne ëN Hot For You D Salandro 76 GCH CH Kuhlbreeze Voice Of Reason D Ridley/D Divis/E Ridley 61 GCH CH Marwyn Blackfyre Rebellion E Shaw/C Schuman 59 GCH CH Desire Of Love DellíAntica Caledonia S Middleton 54 GCH CH Talakan Trumpeter Swan J Davis 38 GCH CH Solana Big Lebowski M Shiue 25 GCH CH Solana Demolition Man M Shiue 25 CH Talakan Winterhawk At Ladybank S Parsons/P Koff

Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers

792 GCH CH Doubloonís Extreme Play E Landa 304 GCH CH Shandalee Fireworks D Sealy/N Bailey 240 GCH CH Lochlinear Gleanngay Cha Ching P Mullin 234 GCH CH Diamonds Cactus Cash B Hillwig 212 GCH CH Ainle Villanova Mouth Of The South CGC K Elliot 207 GCH CH Greentree Gold Charm B Mcdonald/K Mcdonald 193 GCH CH Cuilinn Expresso Con Panna H Million 178 GCH CH Greentree Cayenne Dancer R Reey/B Mcdonald 156 GCH CH Mirikal Double Top Breakout NA NAJ S Mcgee 139 GCH CH Bonney Labor Of Love V Gosnell/D Gosnell/B Snyder 139 GCH CH Reyemís Red Rover Come Over R Hager/L Hager/G Meyer

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Staffordshire Bull Terriers

514 GCH CH Sylon Bruce Of Ringmaster M Darwish/J Miller 413 GCH CH Red Samurai Z Smith 147 GCH CH Vomhausharrock Dondiegoredrock L Heimbuch/T Alberg 142 GCH CH Shortyrocks Jasper By Dumbriton M Bryant/S Carter 131 CH Ashbull Odriscoll T Matusiak/M Czyzak 129 GCH CH Trugrip Summer Dayz T Pawson 126 GCH CH Tartans Eddie Van Halen By Dynastaff M Haney 125 GCH CH Moonstruck Calamarís Mighty Worrier M Neale/J Heller 110 GCH CH Empire N Divines Change In My Pocket CA L Divine/T Glover 103 GCH CH Red Rocks Desert Storm B Kriger/C Kriger

Welsh Terriers

422 GCH CH Shaireabís Bayleigh Maid Of Honor S Abmeyer/K Bailey/T Lee/X Xie 162 GCH CH Andover See-Z The Moment P See/J See 140 GCH CH Malvado Devil Woman P Clark/N Clark 106 GCH CH Sanherpinc Poporopo At Teritails T Lohmuller 37 GCH CH Brynmawr Loud And Proud K Rost/J Callens 30 GCH CH Summersunís Sweet Memories J Simmons 28 GCH CH Malvado Thunder Storm P Clark/J Stephens 26 GCH CH Redragonís Brown Eyed Girl F Adams/P Adams 21 GCH CH Cambrian Four Star Brigadier General J Fox-Stephens/T Stephens 18 CH Musart Ruby Dee Of Maridawn J Williams

West Highland White Terriers

846 GCH CH Deerhaven Hez Justin Kredible At Orion D Bouderra/J Kays/G Kays/I Keushgenian 599 GCH CH Camcrest Andsurely Jasmine J Downing/S Campbell/R Roberts/A Sanders 354 GCH CH Tullybloomís Classified Credentials P Cohen/C Cohen 335 GCH CH Devonshire Out Of The Starting Gate T Pancost 245 GCH CH Ashgate U S Great Expectations L Pacheco/N Brown 232 GCH CH Mizzentop Storm King M Fiore/H Fiore 229 GCH CH Glenns Monte Carlo W Falls 208 GCH CH Wyndbraeís Maclaren P Whiting/S Byrd/W Noble 148 GCH CH Plum Creekís Hear Me Roar E Keener/K Mcdonald 135 GCH CH Whitespriteís Most Happy Fella Of Glenmaw J Auger Maw

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Toy Group Affenpinschers

490 GCH CH Tamarin Tarheel A Shultz/G Shultz 256 GCH CH Yarrowís Hi-Tech Ben There Done That W Truesdale/W Truesdale/L Wubbell 76 GCH CH Strongfort Opium Puffn Muffn L Carpenter/C Beaver/M Peat 42 GCH CH Xelaís Party Tric D Wood/S Jones/D Hichborn/P Belmont 39 GCH CH Aberdeens Monkey Man K Hickey 37 GCH CH Airescot Peer Gynt D Gehnert/L Bitz 33 GCH CH Airescot Sunset L Baker 21 CH Coachlight Frolicn Highwayman S Boyd/S Wymore 21 GCH CH Indunaís Ink Spot C Duran/L Duran 20 CH Schnaffentangens Norwegian Wood J Plank

Brussels Griffons

439 GCH CH Paragons Sharp Dressed Man At Greengates F Cashin/M Gale/K Fleener 354 GCH CH Hilltopís GQ Cover Boy P Brown 304 GCH CH Hilltopís Watch Me Now M Grafton 246 GCH CH Fist Face A Penny For Your Thought D Burvee 232 GCH CH Marsdon Frankly Speaking B Strange 161 GCH CH Tupelo Axel Rose Br J Saba/P Kolesar-Stoltz/J Constantine/L 131 GCH CH Chismickís Lights On Broadway K Jaeger/M Jaeger 71 GCH CH Krossfire Bellini D Henderson 68 GCH CH Seagryphs Cuba Libre M Rogers/M Kornfeld/E Kornfeld 67 GCH CH Genesis Ben-Jamin To My Own Beat S Yarnall/S Seymour

Cavalier King Charles Spaniels

1755 GCH CH Quail Garden Loch Lomond Deja Vu J Mittelman/K Subramanian 1412 GCH CH Miletree Northern Star E Whitney/R Whitney/S Henry/B Henry 944 GCH CH Piccadilís Twist And Shout CD BN RN J York 785 GCH CH Orchard Hill Play For Keeps C Darr/E Venier/R Venier 606 GCH CH Kinvaar Make Pretend G Reardon 594 GCH CH Tudorose Apollo P Mixon 584 GCH CH Grantilley Galaxy Moon M Talley/J Talley 481 GCH CH Burbrook Storm Chaser J Ioia/B Ioia/D Petralia/C Rose 455 GCH CH Orchard Hill Only Human G Bill/G Wells 432 GCH CH Fleet Street Bet Me At Rosebriar W Stang

Chihuahuas (Long Coat)

638 GCH CH Timeless Cottondale Pink Champagne D Miller/S Miller/K Potts 634 GCH CH Mini Cooper (Lamuno) J Lamuno Gonzalez 596 GCH CH Matriart Lg Muffin A Paola Diniz/L Guilmerme Diniz Pretoni 552 GCH CH Jetstarís Simply Outrageous J Chandler

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470 GCH CH Bayard Wendy M Newell/E Lanasa 460 GCH CH DoníT Blame Me IíM Cute (Lamuno) J Gonzalez Lamuno 380 GCH CH Victory Mask Of Zorro K Hulstein/S Hartwig 373 GCH CH Lone Pineís Boston Legal DíOuachitah M Blank/C Eugene/L George 368 GCH CH Whiteclouds Miss Kitty D Franklin/D White 331 GCH CH Bkís Wild About Harry B Smith

Chihuahuas (Smooth Coat)

397 GCH CH Genbrookís Playiní With Fire B Kaye/G Stiles 355 GCH CH Gaga Lady De Aqlla M Blank/L George 350 GCH CH South Forkís Sweet Harmony M Held 341 GCH CH Sandyís Babes Tradewinds As Ever D Corl 314 GCH CH Shorepointeís Buddy Dazzler W Mccollister/J Ward/S Chavez/J Standish 300 GCH CH Flo-Davi ëN Timeless Creating Havoc F Davis/D Davis/K Potts 297 GCH CH Aqlla Quo Vadis A Dinardo 289 GCH CH Super Cj Of Golden Side M Macaraig/G Manas 285 GCH CH Konikiís Queen Of De Nile 4 Bellachi S Molash/K Hirn-Sheppard 262 GCH CH Krispin Ever Done Good J Breazeale/S Guthrie/B Overstreet

Chinese Crested

869 GCH CH Dejavu I WantíA Talk About Me R Kusumoto/J Kusumoto 754 GCH CH Storytimeís Rocky Road For Gingery M Fields/A Butterklee/J Temple 656 GCH CH Kaylens Girls Just Want To Have Fun T Isherwood/K Peiser/V Dorris 550 GCH CH Belews Les Bons Temps Rouler D Parker/M Parker/S Frampton 539 GCH CH Egillo Z Teramonu A Lynn 489 GCH CH Stillmeadow Solo In The Spotlight M Patti/J Patti 458 GCH CH Kulanaís Sh-Boom S Frumkin/M Frumkin 363 GCH CH Hampton Courtís Charlie Of Legend J Deeming 346 GCH CH Pegasus Ace In The Hole T Watson 308 GCH CH Creeksideís Put On The Red Light V Burdine

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English Toy Spaniels (Blenheim & Prince Charles) 221 GCH CH Chaselandís Howard Glodek B Miller/J Glodek 92 GCH CH Loujon Thornwood Little Jacob K Miller/J Ward 65 GCH CH Clussexx Champagne Breakfast D Johnson/J Hubbard/J Peterson 63 GCH CH Loujon Backroads To Paris C Williams/J Ward/K Miller 25 GCH CH Adairís Journey To Ravissant OA AXJ J Smedley 24 GCH CH Sanchi Valentino B Miller 23 CH Dragonís Lair Hoard Of Treasure I Cary 21 GCH CH Legacyrock My World D Stevens Lindemaier 18 GCH CH Sequel Martin Chuzzlewit D Cunningham 15 CH Danahoís Jack Of Hearts D Hopkins

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English Toy Spaniels (King Charles & Ruby) 205 GCH CH Lto Prosperity R Cole/M Landers 194 GCH CH Southdown Nevermind B Van Deman 49 GCH CH Novel Backroads Run For The Roses S Plance/H Reid/M Reid 49 GCH CH Novel All Aquiver S Hepler 39 GCH CH Denim Wicked Storm C Hess 22 GCH CH Backroads Ruff An Rowdy S Plance/C Williams 21 CH Marjaniemen Golden Ivory J Peterson 20 GCH CH Marsward Miss Conduct J Swaine/M Tuesley 19 CH Southwycks Send Me Home J Dooley 19 CH Surucas Time To Shine S Jackson

Havanese

1190 GCH CH Oesteís FlirtíN With An Outlaw R Schindler/M King/J Vogel 921 GCH CH Yupís Malibu Dream E Omeara/J Birdsall/D Stout 837 GCH CH Marcosaís Bachelor Button J Mcgrath/H Kolzow 816 GCH CH Harborís Sky-Blue Pink C Field/H Bennett/B Call 635 GCH CH Thatís Adorabullís Dreaming Of You D Scheiris/J Chavez/D Scheiris/P Lucas/S 592 GCH CH Wyhavenís How DíYa Like Me Now C Wilson 565 GCH CH Qbinís Strictly Confidential At Enginuity A Liebing/A Welling 517 GCH CH Yayas Dancing Through Life D Planche/C Livingston/K Livingston/B Ca 489 GCH CH Fuzzy Farm Qbin Whoís On First S Lawrence/A Lawrence 374 GCH CH Windfallís Dude With Attitude K Ambler

Italian Greyhounds

1004 GCH CH Donavinís Caramel Macchiato D Davis/J Davis 411 GCH CH Integraís Masquerade Party M Lucas/R Weyer 345 GCH CH Voici Island Of Mykonos L Griffioen/R Conrad 325 GCH CH Gdm Zenyatta At Lakeside M Manning/D Snoble/J Kulic 319 GCH CH Trotwood July Fourth Rocket Of Bo-Betts P Swindell 259 GCH CH Kashmirís Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler! C Weatherhead 240 GCH CH Maplewoodís Aces And Eights M Caton 185 GCH CH Wynson Swan Princess D Chapman/W Chapman 183 GCH CH Voici Where Thereís Smoke Thereís Fire L Griffioen/K Gibson 182 GCH CH Deerfieldís Point Blank D Wallace/A Shute

Japanese Chin

799 GCH CH Victory Spencer M Mc Cormick/M Cooley 302 GCH CH Toucheís Top Hat And Tails At Samskara D Martenson/J Martenson/R Wilson 191 GCH CH Pem We-Syng Perfect Pitch At Sirius D Christensen/G Christensen 179 GCH CH Blue Willow Cherbo Lil Bit Rocknroll M Dulin/C Boice/N Stedman 176 GCH CH Mar-Pemís Tiz A Tizzy B Reese 175 GCH CH Dunkirk Hop To It T Reese/R Winters

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162 GCH CH Pochinka Polka Dot Dekobras J Dalton/J Turjoman 149 GCH CH Cin-Don On The Road Again B Merritt 147 GCH CH Pem We-Syng Lucky Mi J Dalton/J Turjoman/M Ballard 144 GCH CH We-Syng Black Jack Luck B Czapor

Maltese

527 GCH CH Rhapsodyís Someone Like You T Holibaugh/K Kasten 445 GCH CH Scyllaís Small Kraft Re-Lit D Burke/R Scott/T Rowell 226 GCH CH Rhapsody N Cherubís Oh So Henry T Mackenzie/K Mackenzie 223 GCH CH Divineís Work Of Art K Kent/A Stanberry 199 GCH CH Richelieuís Valentino P Keen Fernandes/J Mcquiston 190 GCH CH Maltangel Heavenly Vision I Gram/M Harrigan 115 GCH CH Fletcher Andes Henshaw R Setty/L Bettis 107 GCH CH Rolling Glennís Baby Bear A Glenn 96 GCH CH Mollydearís Schubert Impromptu V Yanez/S Rowe 88 GCH CH Richelieuís Here Comes Trouble Again L Lawrence/J Mcquiston

Manchester Terriers (Toy)

254 GCH CH Rustic Lane Still Waters Run Deep P Lapinski/J Debraganca/C Horowitz/A Deb 136 GCH CH Blossomís Letís Dance B Scott-Heim 117 GCH CH Burmackís Highlander At Chesterfield K Levario/P Mackesey/J Burrows 84 GCH CH Rosewood Casanova D Texter/P Rank/B Hodges 65 GCH CH Fwaggles Pret A Porter CGC K Cornell/A Kelly/W Kelly 49 CH Fwaggles Sheís So Fine W Kelly/A Kelly 46 GCH CH Rustic Lane Walks On Water M Lee 38 GCH CH Celtic Cross Lady Of Shalott At Carpe Diem T Meeks 34 CH Poricias Straight From My Heart To Jades D Becker 32 GCH CH Fwaggles Avant Garde R Travis/A Kelly/W Kelly

Miniature Pinschers

877 GCH CH Marlex Classic Red Glare A Angelbello/L Monte 583 GCH CH Brackley My Amazing Warrior K Haney/D Haney 314 GCH CH Marlex Kisa Wildfire K Noel/J Wilds/A Angelbello 274 GCH CH Blythewood Golden Warrior J Huber 254 GCH CH Pinnacole Winters Feel The Fire K Swilling/R Tarlton/K Winters 247 GCH CH Kimro N Spivaís Super Trooper K Pastella Calvacca/R Greenslade/H Schwe 171 GCH CH Dar-Rich Siriusí Einstein V-Redbarns J Ward 171 GCH CH Marlex N Marisol Bold Moves A Angelbello/M Hackett 161 GCH CH Keridan My Favorite Toy K Hawkins/K Haney 154 GCH CH Aleight Satinís My Eyes Of Jorja J Leigh/J Stout-Reynolds

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Papillons

2142 GCH CH Involo The King Of Pop M Mosing/G Garofalo 1720 GCH CH Fenice Le Beaudreaux R Greathouse/E Akers-Perry/M Perry 1395 GCH CH Wildfire On The Record N Shaw/A Pickett/C Pickett 1127 GCH CH Brevette Kid Incredible A Moser/L Tapyrik/J Ybaben 804 GCH CH Micfriends Trujoy Eye Candy S Johnson/D Peterson 793 GCH CH Titianís Risky Business R Navarre/M Navarre/T Mcintyre/C Fredric 678 GCH CH Wingssong Here We Go Again P Jones/C Jones 537 GCH CH Jareaux Rip It Up Laren T Sommerson-Wilcox/J Mclaren 393 GCH CH Domino Clearlake Raise The Bar E Vandermoleu/L Temperato/L Domino/S New 334 GCH CH Wildfire On The Edge G Bontecoo

Pekingese

291 GCH CH Yakee Easily Persuaded S Middlebrooks/D Fitzpatrick 269 GCH CH Dunkirk Imagine That M Merrill/T Reese/R Winters 178 GCH CH Sunn Yenn Uncensored Dachari D Cole 146 GCH CH Oakhillís Caught Red Handed C Koch/K Cook/M Cook 143 GCH CH Windemereís This Styleís For You L Markham 111 GCH CH Dunkirk Center Stage J Jacobsen/S Marotto/T Reese/R Winters 111 GCH CH Schuylerís Laparata Robert M Campbell 83 GCH CH Hoong Taoís Walk This Way S Reznick/L Reznick 74 GCH CH Sunburst Sunshine Superman T Jenkins/V Hedrick 63 GCH CH Saymoreís Orson Wells I La Fleur

Pomeranians

1674 GCH CH Cr Chase What Matters C Solano 701 GCH CH Ac Dynasty Dream Works S Freitas/F Almeida 608 GCH CH Oakrose HighíN Mighty N Walker/R Walker/J Rose/G Stewart 602 GCH CH Charís Hotter Than Hot C Meyer/K Stuart 510 GCH CH Tabís Scootiní Boomer Of Storm T Brunner 475 GCH CH Canton Jet Li B Yap 446 GCH CH Castileís Endless Love G Sisneros 404 GCH CH Charís Love Story M Paredes 331 GCH CH Mcís The Last Stand M Armstrong/C Armstrong/C Iken 293 GCH CH Blue Moon & Lanaís L A Ink L Price/L Kamrath

Poodles (Toy)

1133 GCH CH Donnchada Angel Wings At Dulcinea S Talkington/E Brown 658 GCH CH Smash Jp Sakura R Scott/D Burke 421 GCH CH Smash Jp Winning Ribbon J Steinhour 347 GCH CH Kaylenís Oh Really! V Dorris/B Bird/K Peiser 234 GCH CH Baliwick Honey Boo Boo I Bloomquist/D Dahl

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132 GCH CH Sharbelle Silhouette J Lange/J Moses 131 GCH CH Sharbelle Greg-Mar International Boy R Stevens/S Stevens/M Gregory 122 GCH CH Laurelbury Zasu On The Runway B Rivet/K Rivet 100 GCH CH Fontellaís Thank You Frances T Meyers/D Dahl 94 GCH CH Baliwick Behold And Believe I Bloomquist/M Waldrop

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1547 GCH CH Hill Countryís Tag IíM It C Koch 1263 GCH CH Caperís Sirius Endeavor P Fisher/C Fisher/J Rowell/L Rowell 1180 GCH CH Winsome-Nirvana-Blaque Triple Play E Veltman/V Cox-Flatley/B Roberts 688 GCH CH Warpug Black And Blue Reme J Cupp/G Cupp/J Black 541 GCH CH Moonstruckís In The Pocket! C Koch 514 GCH CH Foursquare IíLl Be A Shostopa Tu D Johnson/J Johnson 459 GCH CH Pocketís Ameci J Bale-Woodside/R Robles 435 GCH CH Pine Coneís Green Mountain Boy A Fischer/E Sheeran 403 GCH CH Moonstruckís Smooth Sailing! R Brewer 391 GCH CH Castlerock Pine Cone Mountain Rain A Fischer

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713 GCH CH Hallmark Jolei Bells Will Be Ringing L Ehricht/D Ehricht 665 GCH CH Krissyís Savvy Jasper L Lawrence/J Miller 264 GCH CH Jadesilk Luv Tí Auburn Locks B Chopey/S Orford 231 GCH CH Istaís Hurricain Chaser D Wheeler 192 GCH CH Rocking K Miaís Precious Surprise L Mulder/R Kitchens 185 GCH CH Lohona Zephyr I CaníT Look Away D Haley 175 CH Zephyr Monogram Maybe Marilyn D Haley/C Williams/A Mcdearmon 171 GCH CH Amitzu You Look Marvelous T Forman/M Forman/T Mcfadden 156 GCH CH Xeralaneís Just Face It Xeralane Knl 134 GCH CH Shroki-Wilakiiís Time To Play S Rowe/J Wilson/J Currie

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359 GCH CH Lamplighterís Tattle Tail M Benson/B Beissel 318 GCH CH Tawny Mist Myan Mystic S Biles/E Biles/K Wilson/D Renton 278 GCH CH Karisma Heart And Soul M Hodge/K Gilbert/M Gagliardi/P Laperruq 110 GCH CH Wind Dancer Jenstar Backstage Pass T Gallegos/L Hurt/D Renton 100 GCH CH Anjo Bluís Once In A Blue Moon P Gates 95 GCH CH Mariblu Forevermore At Safire M Solvason/J Pizzirulli 79 GCH CH Hullabluís Hellzabob S Calestini 71 GCH CH Wyncliffís Wallstret Wonder D Baggenstos/R Baggenstos 60 GCH CH Dorien Danciní On A Breeze D Weintraub 39 GCH CH R-Bluís Captain Jack E Sparrow R Rich

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Toy Fox Terriers

435 GCH CH Ultra Quest Go For The Gold NAJ W Howard 253 GCH CH Adamant Bang A Drum K Lowe/K La Rue/J Joseph 247 GCH CH Centennial Farms Ironman W Bellamy 234 GCH CH Snocrest Tom Boy S Noe 189 GCH CH Canby Icefox Keno Ninico D Temple-Burgess 157 GCH CH Foxlair Hi-De-Ho Smokey Joe V Denney/E Ward 142 GCH CH Azefer Sir Isaac L Fast 141 GCH CH Janeís Christmas Gift J Reed 125 GCH CH Valcopy Shively Son Of A Gun D Plonkey/R Davis 121 GCH CH Dejavuís Big Dog Daddy J Spence

Yorkshire Terriers

1002 GCH CH Trioís Big Shot K Goldfarb 484 GCH CH Stratfordís Alaskan Cruiser B Scott 437 GCH CH Exmoorís Epitome J Hupp/B Walker 408 GCH CH Brookviewís Rebel Yale M Johnson 371 GCH CH Stratfordís Diamond Jim B Scott 354 GCH CH Gotyorkies Dream High Stryker T Kulessa/K Lambert 334 GCH CH Cantlonís Jer-Reeí Jer-Reeí B Cantlon/M Mathews/V Steinberg/L Butz 211 GCH CH SilkissíD Lets Rock G Echols/B Booty Bozung 204 GCH CH Caraselís Valentino CGC T Cuchiaro 193 GCH CH Annstefís Gotta Dream P Groves/M Hogan Groves

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Non-Sporting Group American Eskimo Dogs

313 GCH CH Nuuktokís Atka Inukshuk S Robertson 188 GCH CH Sierraís Hallmark R Sampson/S Schuldt 186 GCH CH Ducatís Smokiní Hot H Dorrance 134 GCH CH Ananaís Look Into The Future K Strunk/S Strunk 129 GCH CH Ms. Wizís Rain Of Terror B Davidoff 58 GCH CH Pinebrook Smiliní Milo Of Vibo CA D Christensen 50 GCH CH Artc Mgcís Heart Of Hearts C Wood/J Wood 43 GCH CH Ducatís Frosty Polar Prince H Dorrance 37 GCH CH Ananaís Magnificent 1 CGC S Strunk/K Strunk 35 GCH CH Voyagers Cause I Can Cuddle L Clark 35 GCH CH Mystic Knight Of Magic K Scholz

401 GCH CH Saks Winning Card A Mackenzie/K Mackenzie/C Ruggles/K Hans 366 GCH CH Parayís Power & Privilege P Flores/L Rosio 343 GCH CH Vogelflightís Honorî To Pillowtalkî E Charles/K Vogel/M Abbott/P Abbott 341 GCH CH Overtops And The Winner Is Z Luo/N Keung/J Rubin 329 GCH CH Glenleigh Gangs Ní Roses R Lauer/K Tormey/L Carlton/L Letsche/M Z 294 GCH CH LíEtoiles Itís All About Me D Wycoff 271 GCH CH Karmelís Banana In Pajamas S Phillips/C Bakker/R Drumond 138 GCH CH Lormi Eccoís Anticipation Y Seok/L Lim 104 GCH CH Cher Amiís Toast With Remy Martin D Mathog/R Mathog/R Wolfe 101 GCH CH Shyladawnís Timeless Beauty S Newton

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1386 GCH CH Guntherís Gussied Up Edna A Mcilwaine/B Berth/J Mcilwaine 576 GCH CH Kcís Just Out Of Reach K Bogenholm/J King 541 GCH CH Kennedyís N Barcommís On The Catwalk B Rettick/S Kennedy/R Rettick 474 GCH CH Naughty Nortenoís Clik Clik Bang M Fish/K Norton 413 GCH CH Katbirdís Evolution Matters At Kayas A Hullender/A Hullender 407 GCH CH Windermeres Mystify J Covill 381 GCH CH Campbell Clanís Idol Chatter K House/D Campbell/G Campbell 327 GCH CH Ivylane N Barrett Train Of Love S Frederick/T Starr/P Duffy 310 GCH CH Pejaís Ní Kenís Saddleí Em Up For Suze S Roberts 296 GCH CH Gumboís Stargazing At Northern Lights J Mangum/A Mangum/C Mcenaney

Bulldogs

2494 GCH CH Mytoys Epic Against The Wind D OíConnor/T Oconnor/L Scott/A Mcdearmon 1840 GCH CH Newcombís Pandamonium @Beda B Long/C Johnson/B Newcomb 1779 GCH CH Imperious Hamitup Southern Bell Imperious Knl/Hamitup Knl/Hetherbull Knl 1631 GCH CH Dowats Decisive Double Down L Watson/D Watson/J Milam/E Hugo-Milam 1161 GCH CH Wilson-Dixonís Wd-40 J Wilson/C Wilson/R Dixon/W Dixon 816 GCH CH Cherokee Legend Cowboy C Sickle/C Chambers 813 GCH CH Imperious Hamitup Double Vision L Jordan/J Jordan 620 GCH CH Majestic Iím Her Man! S Neely/G Neely 504 GCH CH Only Bill Bailey C Eke 494 GCH CH Kr Emperor Pyrus R Brown/K Anderson

Chinese Shar-Pei

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171 GCH CH Jade East Is This The Way To Amarillo L Anders/K Nijholt/E Minne 146 GCH CH Tabirds Issac Newton D Bird 112 CH Shineís Itís Miller Time R Pentecost 104 GCH CH Nustar Dolly Pardon Me Boys, IíM Here V Jgar J Kerstein/G Richards/J Wyatt 99 GCH CH Tzo Wenís Love Story T Bohlke/B Lavere

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890 GCH CH Dreamlandís Wanna Be A Billionaire R Banghart/L Banghart/M Brantley/L Brant 736 GCH CH Padowís Twilight Embrey In A New Moon At A Sanders/K Williams/A Young 252 GCH CH Unitedís Light My World E Sangkunakup/S Miller 176 GCH CH Moonshineís Magic Man T Alexander 172 GCH CH Padowís Too Hot To Handle R Sampson/K Willaims 102 GCH CH Fair Hillís Plymouth Rock L Leonzio/M Leonzio 76 GCH CH Are-Jayís Harlem Renaissance R Jackson/G Kantak 71 GCH CH Tamarin Velvet Fogg P Baxter/P Martinez 70 GCH CH Jidi The Great One At Rebelrun R Banghart/L Banghart 66 GCH CH Xlntís Oops Imasmooth At Tedi-Lan D Myers

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953 GCH CH Spotted Bliss Oreo Delight (M) D Brumfield/K Smith 827 GCH CH Kastleís Go Speed Racer (M) M Squire 681 GCH CH Milledals Alisa At Peace Valley (F) M Gifford/A Miller 573 GCH CH Folklore Celtic Crossfire Trail (M) R Skibinski/D Skibinski/J Boyd/M Boyd 570 GCH CH Bret D N Engine Co To The Rescue (F) J Bachey/M Zink/J Shupp 494 GCH CH Canal-Sideís Imperator (M) B Little/J Eversole/J Langevin/P Masasch 366 GCH CH Spotlights Ruffian (M) J Lyons/B Lyons 319 GCH CH Bret D Gabrielís Lost Art CD BN RAE RD CGC (M) K Carey 292 GCH CH Mapleaf DoníT Stop Believin In Sunrunner (M) A Smith/K Rochin 279 GCH CH Centurion Anticipation Charming Dalfield (F) E Lindhorst

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961 GCH CH Jade East Do You Know The Way To San (F) L Anders/E Minne/K Nijholt 776 GCH CH Shineís Deck The Halls (F) D Cooper/R Cooper/L Teitelbaum/R Penteco 338 GCH CH R-Lee Sparkle Plenty (F) L Harvey/D Harvey 329 GCH CH Vajeís Jethrene Bodine (F) T Paddock/S Paddock/J Mauk/V Mauk 277 GCH CH Yu Kouís Keep On Luvn U CGC (F) G Schaefer THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 210

181 GCH CH Finkkilaís Nalle Poika K Swisher/D Helland 115 GCH CH Mickywins Mainio Skandia CGC P Urton 101 GCH CH Dv9k9ís Red Hot Star A Bruce/E David 81 GCH CH Pikkinokka Badgr Sir Barksalot M Badger/H Leftwich 57 GCH CH Dv9k9ís Royal Star H Leathers/M Leathers 54 GCH CH Finkkilaís Tuk K Raleigh/M Walker/C Stone 33 GCH CH Dv9k9ís Alaskan Winter Wilderness E David/H Mak 31 GCH CH Finkkilaís Tulipallo Poika T Walker/M Walker 31 GCH CH Marblehillís Gleaming Icecaps J Anastas/L Saari 19 CH Finkkilaís Kaveri T Walker/M Walker

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French Bulldogs

2061 GCH CH Lebullís El Morocco At Lecirque A Geremia 1754 GCH CH Coco Vialatte Robobull Hot Flash CGC K Yamanaka 1293 GCH CH Bandogís Major League Homerun at TX Star N Shaw/C Stephens/A Phelan 1020 GCH CH Evergreenís Girls In White Dresses J Cooney-Waterhouse/J Flowers 760 GCH CH Lefox Born To Boogie S Sweatt/J Drucker 646 GCH CH Divaís Bastille My Heart P Shaw 565 GCH CH Hilsman Napachai Cruel Intentions D Berrey/A Lee/R Hilsman 542 GCH CH Lionheartís Fortune Five Hundred J Miklos/M Miklos 536 GCH CH Gypsy Canyon Bubbling Romance With (M) L Parshaver/K Parshaver/J Kott 467 GCH CH Chitaweeís Jest In Case K Clayton/C Atteberry

Keeshonden

654 GCH CH Kjís Hot Date K Dowd 462 GCH CH Summerwindís Rumor Has It J Gauchat-Hargis/J Hargis 451 GCH CH Sprookje Lunar Appellation S Sorice/M Sorice 294 GCH CH Trumpetís Gimme Back My Bullets B Blankenship 224 GCH CH Windriftís Money Maker R Gum/T Gum 199 GCH CH Trumpetís Itís Good To Be King B Blankenship 190 GCH CH Daimlerís Caviar Dreams T Benz/D Benz 189 GCH CH Legendís Breaking Rules At Earlscamp J Clymer/D Cox/S Anton 175 GCH CH Ruttkay Chance M Mcloughlin 138 GCH CH Wyndjamrís Winward Isle RN A Williams/R Skinner

Lhasa Apsos

319 GCH CH Ta Sen Westgate On A High S Giles/C Sehnert/E Lonigro 178 GCH CH Sundancer Hylan Shotru Secret Dawn K Hamilton/M Worlton 175 GCH CH Ha-Lee Kiki-Ari Captain Morgan T Bagley/J Sauve/D Heller 152 GCH CH Suntory Leonetti C De La Rosa/R De La Rosa 139 GCH CH Shoyu Blowiní My Horn At Orlane M Papke/R Alexander 126 GCH CH Santa Inez Charlie Just Like His Dad M Henley 122 GCH CH Monarchs Destination Dreamscape K Harrison/M Stafford 114 GCH CH Kai-La-Sha Legacy C Marley/P Huffman/E Valle 108 GCH CH Hope-Fulls Hugs Kist By Northwind J Hope/C Butsic 103 GCH CH Rufkins Monarchs Love Bytes K Paju/R Lombard/J Bernards

Lowchen

237 GCH CH Paceaway Play It Again P Dyer/L Dyer 226 GCH CH Laser Kiji No Way No How W Koistinen/R Crowder 93 GCH CH Lamberts Sundance Kid E Dingel/M Murphy 86 GCH CH Musicbox Upon A Star D Jones/G Robertson/L Neel 75 GCH CH Sweetmeadows DoníT Make My Brn Iís Blu K Bumiller

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CH Bihar Windsorís Sweet Memories At Senecan M Cropsey/K Giles CH Sage Hillís Ariosa Nobody Does It Better J Seibert CH Mardayís Flash & Sass Of Senecan E Giles/K Giles CH Tyyris Ego D Jones GCH CH Marquesanís Madriglace Encore J Swindler/C Hawkes/N Creedon/J Beckett

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GCH CH Hammarhojdens Ypsilon L Hustad GCH CH Norsetrekís Yankee Klipper L Hustad GCH CH Cliffhanger Floria Of Neocles L Afong/S Pederson GCH CH Dusty Dawn Lonewolf L Hustad GCH CH Sakariís Bound For Infamie S St.Cyr/T Rousseau CH Sonja Christina Lundejeger L Hustad CH Neocles Aleksander K Conroy-Votca/L Afong CH Emma Tallulah Lonewolf L Hustad CH Branstock Tyr Rockdancer K Rainesalo/L Morrison CH Seacliff Claire Luna K Woerner Fleurette Lonewolf T Rousseau/P Rousseau Cliffhanger Elsking Prinsess T Rousseau/P Rousseau CH Maud Angelica Seacliff L Hustad

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596 GCH CH Rio Luci In The Skye With Diamonds C Chaddock/T Chaddock 468 GCH CH Dimarko Endurance M Bigham 453 GCH CH Durandel Bella Donna R Wanger 399 GCH CH Bellefleetís Living In The Fast Lane A Reichertz 278 GCH CH Rio Skyeís Flashback C Chaddock/T Chaddock/A Shishido 235 GCH CH Karadale Clarion Born This Way K Berlind/K Kennedy Vigil/A Kennedy 194 GCH CH Jaboas Second To None B Thomas 160 GCH CH Sandstorm Xís In Texas AX AXJ J Neal 138 GCH CH Skygem Busy Being Fabulous S Kuklina/G Morisette 118 GCH CH Makays Shoulda Been A Cowboy M Williams/E Brown

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1618 GCH CH Dawin Hearts On Fire (F) L Campbell 850 GCH CH Brighton Lakeridge Encore (F) T Sosnoff/M Sosnoff 667 GCH CH Luminary Black Velvet Bejeweled With Pearls (F) V Law/L Estaver 559 GCH CH Del Zarzoso Salvame From Afterglow (M) S Barnett/G Lindemann/M Gadsby/J Lynn 508 GCH CH Brighton Mikamoto (F) R Smith 469 GCH CH Penndragon Owain (M) J Smith/K Smith/K Bates/R Bates 425 GCH CH Hillwood Dassin Rock On By (F) J Vergnetti/E Charles

407 GCH CH Jasetís Satisfaction C Bailey/S Tompkins 381 GCH CH Byrequest Bon Mot W Penn 381 GCH CH Dawin Wildrose Raisiní The Stakes L Campbell

Schipperkes

399 GCH CH Bonchien Cedric The Entertainer K Henry 285 GCH CH Bonchien Prodigal Son R Rollins/B Burke 264 GCH CH De Lamer Point Break N Lazarowitz/D Mankovich 257 GCH CH Dante Fire When Ready A Gossman/S Middlebrooks/M Jameson/P All 168 GCH CH Rivendelís Barefoot Bandit A Halterman 157 GCH CH Beachviews Oops I Did It Again S Carter/J Penatello 142 GCH CH Willowís Make My Day D Johnson/T Johnson 135 GCH CH Bonchien Park Place M Dauven/J Outhet 130 GCH CH Tangereaís Whereís The Beef D Grulke 105 GCH CH Tumbleweed Walkiní Streets OíGold J Moore/T Lucas

Shiba Inu

430 GCH CH Lee-Fenís An Everlasting Love C Giffin/K Soafer/A Young 236 GCH CH Gold Strike Takachiyo Go H Dickey/D Dickey/T Arndt 216 GCH CH Kumi One Ten Soldier P Peterson 209 GCH CH Jotoichi Perfect Madness D Trotter 190 GCH CH San Jo Jay-Z C Mamiya 167 GCH CH Morningstar Jack Sparrow Black Pearl M Peterson/D Peterson 112 GCH CH Morningstarís Dances With Wolves L Cribbs 105 GCH CH Mokelumne Reno Sakura Banjo K Besana/J Holden 93 GCH CH Kunikototoro Maui Go Des-Mar D Cole/M Cole 93 GCH CH K-Barís Heartbreaker B Rarick

Tibetan Spaniels

1254 GCH CH Kan Singís Tenzin M Feltenstein 336 GCH CH Shilo Time For A Good Time S Carroll 231 GCH CH Lionheartís E-Z Always Betts On The River C Waddell 179 GCH CH Wanaseas Mystic Lake Effect L Gembala 162 GCH CH Wassongís Riva Ridge CGC V Marks/P Sarles 159 GCH CH Wexford Namtrah Second Hand News D Tyree/H Hartman/M Hartman 138 GCH CH Starlite The Gremlin S Lucernoni/M Lucernoni 122 GCH CH Duartís Chevalier DíOr J Briggs 94 GCH CH Maciainís North Side Irish M Acker/L Acker 87 GCH CH Lionheartís E-Z Calls Place Your Betts C Waddell

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Tibetan Terriers

708 GCH CH Rinchenís Blazing Black Icon E Coppola/C Coppola/J Wiseman 369 GCH CH Kimikís Sir Gawain K Bolak/C Rose-Bolak/D Planche 290 GCH CH Rinchenís Blazing Illusion By Dzine L Meyer/M Allway/M Laffler/C Coppola 137 GCH CH Auroraís Welcome To The Jungle D Haynam 108 GCH CH Starlightís Lady In Waiting C Basgall/C Friemel 97 GCH CH Players Palermo L Whittier 96 GCH CH Fabulous Teddyís I Will Return B Algar/N Kinziger 90 GCH CH Bluvali Stormy Weather B Leonard/M Wikerd 76 GCH CH Cedar Creek Sheís Got It All C Van Pelt 76 GCH CH Alilah Real Mchoy For Siddhartha G Carr/S Carr

Xoloitzcuintli

106 GCH CH Bayshore Stonehaven Espiritu Isabella De D Voss/S Middlebrooks/J Baylis 82 GCH CH Bayshore Georgio Armani J Baylis/L Hylton/T Johnson 76 GCH CH Shida Mighty Joe Young C Loutzenniser/J Young-Johnson 75 GCH CH Blanchoís Tonateuh M Moros/Z Vonpohlman 71 GCH CH Himnotico Caliente E Burch/K Wise/A Wise 54 CH Un Papalote Caliente C Caliente 54 GCH CH Fullibus Aquia R Yenchesky/C Bossart/D Baker 46 CH Bayshore Stonehaven South Of The Border L Hylton/J Baylis/J Margeson/J Dale 40 GCH CH Blanchos Rosita Fernandez A Barfoot/D Mullusky Caponetto/J Caponet 30 CH Besitos Munequita T Vila/K Crosby 30 GCH CH Bayshore Stonehaven La Perla Negra J Boose

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885 GCH CH Kokopelliís Sobe It J Rowland/H Warn/K Watkins/C Kurpas 328 GCH CH Turnabout Fort Apache CGC T Thomas/D Thomas/T Wilkinson 327 GCH CH Littleflock The Peacemaker S Swanton 259 GCH CH Onthegoís Hereís Lookiní At Ya D Quain/P Salladay/J Pulliam 216 GCH CH Buzzards Tazmanian Bí Devil HSAds M Hunter/G Calvert 168 GCH CH Moonflys Maid For Show L Hilt 159 GCH CH Desperados Bless The Broken Road D Price/C Price/C Moore/R Moore 158 GCH CH Cinnabarís Single Shot P Cembura 140 GCH CH Littleflock Stand My Ground HT G Todd 130 GCH CH Dawn Heirís Maverick A Renegade HSAs J Rowland/M Youmans-Griffith/E Baldwin

1820 GCH CH Woodstockís Belle Starr L Buell 1702 GCH CH Harmony Hillís Money Talks L Goetz/H Braddock 1207 GCH CH Copperridge Whatís Your Dream J Hanigan/J Miller/J Margeson 885 GCH CH Mcmattís Autumn Breeze F Mcdaniel/J Loehr/V Wehrle 684 GCH CH Aussbern Premier Ticket Of Myshara S Fontanini/J Clute 535 GCH CH Double Rís Alberta Clipper R Kirwan/K Fox/E Lanasa 528 GCH CH Rosevalleyís Special Edition K Ostrander/L Kennedy 453 GCH CH Copper Hills No Reservations S Rapadas/N Resetar 373 GCH CH Copperridgeís Debonair CD RA J Miller/S Miller 358 GCH CH Melody Hit The Jackpot CD RN PT CGC T Edwards/E Edwards

Bearded Collies

672 GCH CH Wigglesworth Thriller A Yura/D Mieras/S Ipser 525 GCH CH Dunhill Celebration C OíNeil/R Harrington 374 GCH CH HaíPenny Deja Aphrodite S Shafer/V Shafer 367 GCH CH HaíPenny Mirimar The Fab Fawn J Schneider/M Marini/V Null 227 GCH CH Spiritwoodís Gandalf The Blue S Larsen/J Larsen 224 GCH CH Daybar For Your Eyes Only B Barton/D Frady/C Perron 128 GCH CH Dreamchaser Follow Your Dreams C Desmond/J Desmond/D Quadland/T Dixon 107 GCH CH Colquhounís Noble Wizard BN RN D Gentile/R Hood 101 GCH CH Scott Ragtyme You Are The Music In Me C Wathen/L Zagerella/J Olivera/S Olivera 82 GCH CH Dunhill Locomotion D Frame-Bealer/R Harrington

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Australian Shepherds

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250 GCH CH De Joie Du Chateau Rocher CA M Palmer 99 GCH CH Falcor Mes Yeux Vigilants RN C Hartwell 37 GCH CH Fury Mes Yeux Vigilants J Rosenthal 30 GCH CH Falcon Blue Du Chateau Rocher K Davis/R Bednarski/L Hanna-OíNeill/H Cl 26 GCH CH Eo Des Ombres Valeureux D Skinner/D Pluss 25 CH Garmin Du Chateau Rocher L Porter 23 CH Fenix Noir Du Chateau Rocher K Davis 19 CH Harbin LíAmour De Ma Vie CGC P Johnson/C Hartwell 19 CH Hadrian Chevaliers Du Roland D Bitz 15 CH Levi De LíAmouraudiere K Davis

Belgian Malinois

339 GCH CH Broadcreekís Marcus Junis Brutus M Kornfeld/S Legg/L Legg/E Kornfeld 104 GCH CH Broadcreekís Storm Warning J Rotondo/S Legg 86 GCH CH Burr Oakís Rock My World OA AXJ NF L Wetherell/C Russell 80 CH Ireland Du Hameau St-Blaise RN D Anderson/A Mccalla

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GCH CH Elementís Written In Red HSAs E Harding/T Pluim GCH CH Gallents Stillwater Reflection J Gallent CH Caveatís Hd Ultra Classic Outlaw B Todd GCH CH De Vel Cy Presí HSAsc A Bath GCH CH Mystiqueís Son Of A Beach BN RN CGC B Blume GCH CH Tbears Life In DíFast Lane BN RA HT J Lasater

Belgian Sheepdogs

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252 GCH CH Bonntymes Keepn It Real At Devine HSAs S Manier/B Leonard 168 GCH CH Verseauís Passage To India MX MXJ MJB A Mcgregor/S Mcgregor/P King/R Kraft 164 GCH CH Hobbitonís Song Of Solomon Of Laralee L Gilbert 162 GCH CH Sanderle Kindred R R Chumbley/R Skinner 108 GCH CH Sans Brancos Ultimatum A Jones/M Jones/T Votava 104 GCH CH Morningstarís All That Jazz MaíAm C Copeland/J Fiechter 99 GCH CH Adagioís Beastie Boy HSAs CGC F Patterson 99 GCH CH Sundownís Nitemagic Just What I Do C Toma/D Toma 74 GCH CH Cibolaís Brazos De Dios Of Adagio M Andric/J Niemeck 70 GCH CH Sans Brancos Wynonna RN T Votava/S Hanley/H Wrobel/P Ginocchio

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384 GCH CH Sky Acres Flying Solo M Edling 298 GCH CH Stonewallís Letís Make It A Double V Havicon/R Skief 262 GCH CH Hillside Special And Hamazing B Kreider/S Kreider 175 GCH CH Mishaookís Lautrec K Gauchat/J Pavlichko 161 GCH CH Hexen House Beyohnd OA OAJ L Shafer

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153 GCH CH Georgi Bear De Faire LíAffaire D Dawe/J Dawe 142 GCH CH Chateau Blancís IíM Coyote Trouble VCD2 K Eldredge/D Eldredge 131 GCH CH Tacaraís Racelon Rembrandt CD RN NA NAJ C Lautzenheiser 121 GCH CH Sky Acres Flying Dutchman PT E Harding 86 GCH CH Nizhoniís Me First (T) CA P Morgan/S Walker

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Border Collies

1050 GCH CH Majestic Avatar Storm Warning PT R Johnson/J Braylis/M Karger/R Delay 564 GCH CH Tang Dynasty Rocky N Tang 509 GCH CH Hamiltonís Secret Agent Of Bayshore C Hamilton/J Boylis 483 GCH CH Kensingtonís Artful Dodger L Waldo 343 GCH CH F Si A Ge Of Fu You Yuan Kennel J Mosing/J Li 253 GCH CH Kensingtonís Image Of Bon-Clyde B Buchanan 238 GCH CH Bordalace Flash N Dash C Geiss/J Lacey-Black 230 GCH CH Bayshoreís Hot Chocolate Of Avatar CGC N Mages/J Baylis/S Einck-Paul

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172 GCH CH Rising Starís Danciní In The Moonlight CD J Aniskoff 153 GCH CH Kensingtonís Dragon Heart CGC A Iwamoto/B Bailey

Bouviers des Flandres

698 GCH CH Stonepillarís Steel Blu D Garrison/J Garrison/E Paquette 337 GCH CH Take Aimís Playing For Gryffindor T Peterson/P Peterson/M Hieronimus-Dimer 180 GCH CH Delux Jumpiní Jack Flash J Edick 170 GCH CH Wise Choice Hercule Poirot CGC S Carter/S La Croix 155 GCH CH Margauxís Stacked Deck P Martin 109 GCH CH Stonewall I-Zak De La Salsa J Abramsohn/P Anderson/R Bishop/S Brocke 106 GCH CH Maijeuneís Amazing Grace K Schydlowski/T Greer/G May 105 GCH CH Bedrockís Kingfish Of Barbu P Klecan/Y Savard 97 GCH CH Quiches Intrepid Captain Sully S Bowerman/E Herring 93 GCH CH Austin Ally Van Aachen W Gillespie

Briards

477 GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Cool As A Cucumber T Miller/A Melton/D Dube/L Bernard 304 GCH CH Lighting Strike El Xargall M Millner/T Millner 197 GCH CH Deja Vu Pomme Despair Came Knocking M Sanders/T Miller 116 GCH CH Deja Vu Mia Cake Walk G Klang/T Miller/A Melton 108 GCH CH Caleidoscope De LíHeureux T Lee 106 GCH CH Aladaxís Divine Dream By Kaliphi RN HSAs V Swarowski/D Morrow/M Huslig 103 GCH CH Majestique Brave Heart M Warcholik 82 GCH CH La Vie Rose Dior-August-Moon CD RN M Minor/R Minor 75 GCH CH Senderoís Femme Fatale M Millner/T Millner 52 GCH CH Ne Orageuxís Flash Point M Millner/T Millner

Canaan Dogs

103 GCH CH Pleasant Hill Magnum Of Samara P Rosman 57 GCH CH Rivroc Lycm Own Dream Bsnatch Rsndog C Miller/E Miller/M Houchard 22 GCH CH Bandersnatch Rsndg Ida Know Rivroc RN A Pough/J Rosenthal/C Miller 20 CH Ph Firestormís View From Above T Vinson 18 GCH CH Celev Ronís Bashert Ameetz C Grider/M Gardiner 18 CH Celev Bootís Coco And All That Jazz C Grider/M Gardiner 12 CH Rivroc Onto Somethin Bsnatch Rosndog C Miller/E Miller 10 GCH CH Cherrrysh Burning Desire C Hennings 8 CH Naturally Noahs At Eastland A Israel 6 CH Serenity Lane Rumor Has It L Anderson/M Linton 6 GCH CH Pleasant Hill Heavenly Daze K Shank/C Shank/D Dodson 6 Celev Shoshana D Goodstein/H Goodstein

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Cardigan Welsh Corgis

1210 GCH CH Aubreyís Tails Of Mystery C Savioli/V Savioli 699 GCH CH Riverside Telltail Coco Posh D Planche/D Shindle/J Divens 646 GCH CH Marielís Harvest Moon M Mizelle 344 GCH CH Kosmar Striking Back Of Bridgelady M Stahr/G Roach 313 GCH CH Allegro Southern Charm J Lamy 204 GCH CH Telltail Like A Rolling Stone L Sams 190 GCH CH Heart Of Gold Power Play L Phillips/J Phillips 188 GCH CH Kingsbury Tail Ridge Road B Poole/D Poole/J Glenn 185 GCH CH Turn-Keyís Little Big Man RN M Hulme 183 GCH CH Tregaron Rhys Emrys R Doggett/R Wolf

Collies (Rough)

796 GCH CH Devinwood A Perfect Stranger J Caruso/R Caruso 441 GCH CH Wyndlair Cherokee Vindication R Beals/L Rizzo/M Stelter/A Stelter 431 GCH CH Blu Ridge Make Way J Johnson 414 GCH CH Kirkhaven Gold Strike J Kirkland 362 GCH CH Overland Remembrance Of Things Past E Chang 338 GCH CH Windcrest Blown Away H Morgan 261 GCH CH Milas Latin Fever L Butler/L Hedman 235 GCH CH Concord The Franchise R Altvater/S Altvater 231 GCH CH Gentryís About Face THD K Convertini/R Stachon 216 GCH CH Tartanside Ticonderoga S Mayes/J Buddie

Collies (Smooth)

563 GCH CH Provenhillís Devilicious K Provenzano/L Cohen 541 GCH CH C And J Silver Charm Of Chrysalis J Walburn/C Thompson 414 GCH CH Gateside Kiss The Sky At Greyfriar D Eramo/R Robertson 318 GCH CH Travlerís Pierce Arrow C Ardizzone/R Tehon/B Ardizzone/G Lewis 257 GCH CH Row-Barís Heartbreaker J Brady/R Johns/S Mcalear/K Mcpherson 248 GCH CH Bandorís The Wyching Hour L Cox 212 GCH CH Calibreís Key To The Fortune S Kaelin 177 GCH CH Sunnlandís Top Gun K George/S Ray/O George 167 GCH CH Travler Kelise Overdrive R Ardizzone/C Ardizzone/B Ardizzone/K Re 167 GCH CH Jerecoís Satin Sheets C Sulewski/J Sulewski/C Sulewski/K Sulew

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GCH CH Jumanji V. Brunswick RN CGC T Lilliedoll/N Lilliedoll/R Hahn GCH CH Natessah Von Adhem J Vincent GCH CH Liberty Runís A Dash Of Sass A Wallace

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CH Liberty Runís A Ruckus Among Us A Wallace GCH CH Queso Von Adhem RA CGC R Hahn Liberty Runís Beautiful Things A Wallace CH Pettier Von Adhem CGC J Lockhart Larry Of Brunswick R Hahn/J Morro CH Applecreekís Sigmund D Sumner/A Sumner CH Liberty Runís A Room A Zoom Zoom A Wallace

Finnish Lapphunds

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127 GCH CH Sugarok Robert Redford L Marden 108 GCH CH Lumiturpa Arvi M Feltenstein 86 GCH CH Yutoriís Shades Of Autumn L Drumm/C Pollack 41 GCH CH Teelikamentten Iikka L Marden 33 GCH CH Calabanís Armahani Rakentaa C Brillinger 33 GCH CH Sugarok Stonewall Jackson S Lockwood 28 GCH CH Sugarok Macce Too B Murray/L Marden 27 GCH CH Sugarok Casanova CM E Blanch/W Blanch 20 CH Ciowa Des Chevaloupsgreg C Brillinger 19 GCH CH Calaban Armahani Iwannatalkaboutme CM C Petersen

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1845 GCH CH Wolf Creek Galaxy Of Merivern E Farrell/P Walker 931 GCH CH Karizmaís Ike Of Edale S Birch/S Birch/J Moses/S Moses 664 GCH CH Pine Hillís Payday Of Hays Hill P Hays/B Hill/K Salvucci 588 GCH CH Subojaís Armyís Soldier HT S Sisemore 436 GCH CH Neoís Ego V Pearl R Beham/D Davari 371 GCH CH Depahlís Halston M Campo/N Campo/J Perez-Gurri/K Perez-Gu 286 GCH CH Von Zecherís Broken Arrow RN M Cressman/J Cressman 269 GCH CH Mar Havenís Johnnie Black H Lee/S Lee/B Basu 252 GCH CH Windfallís Who Says V Chablis T Bartley/J Pyle/T Bogdanich/G Szymczak/ 219 GCH CH Kysarahís CauzíN Trouble F De Bem/C Huff/M Huff

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261 GCH CH Vinlands Leifur CGC J Sanders 166 GCH CH Bjarkarkots Hroi Hottur Luke MX AXJ OF L Dribinsky 82 GCH CH Isneista Fjari C Smith 81 GCH CH Isneista Alspora Snati Of Bayshore T Runolfsson 69 GCH CH Glacier Pointís Jazzy Kinda Blue S Freeman/X Moreno 52 GCH CH Fox Meadow Hausti Solstafir D Whitescarver/J Secondino 31 CH Fox Meadow Thorra Kari J Secondino/D Whitescarver

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29 CH Caradocís Heaven Help Us CGC S Sucky/G Romney/V Romney 24 GCH CH Caradocís Just Shy Of Heaven CGC B Williams/S Sucky 19 GCH CH Eyjahunda Thorarinn PT CGC D Mcdermott/T Warnock 19 GCH CH Vinlands Sunna D Hampton/M Merrell

Norwegian Buhunds

122 GCH CH Hundehavenís Gigi C Lassesen 71 GCH CH Jotunn Bella Binna V Eberhardt/J Bradstreet 39 GCH CH Trollheimenís Moonstruck At Grandcru J Comish/E Comish 33 GCH CH Trollheimen Kiss My Cash E Turner 33 GCH CH Kyonís Bold Norseman D Deeley 25 GCH CH Jotunn Gnipa Bergitta V Eberhardt/J Bradstreet 20 GCH CH Trollheimenís Pink Tourmaline P Adcox/E Turner 12 GCH CH Port Gamble Fjordís Anders V Eberhardt/B Daniels 7 CH Port Gamble Fjordís Annika V Eberhardt 6 Thunderpaws Spirit Of The Wolf L Higgins 6 Nordspetsens Kuzco L Higgins

Old English Sheepdogs

417 GCH CH Lambluvís Live The Dream J Marder/C Hastings/K Richardson 381 GCH CH Bugabooís Picture Perfect R Scott/D Burke/C Johnson/H Johnson 245 GCH CH Zottels Shaggy Star C Furtado/J Furtado/J Ansell 200 GCH CH Snowdowne My Favorite Color Is Purple D Freiheit/C Grady/C Crawford-Gorath 164 GCH CH Blue Panda Kissing Bandit CD RN CGC L Barchenger/D Rowland/L Long 142 GCH CH LoveíN Stuff Summertime Blues K Marshall/M Marshall 117 GCH CH Masquerade Mikey Likes It J Hewitt 87 GCH CH Ken-Bearís Herbie The Love Bug L La Zebnik/B Ginther/C Drummonds 84 GCH CH Lambluvís Daytime Hustler L Douglas/J Marder 83 GCH CH Cottonwood Man In The Moon D Caswell/R Caswell

Pembroke Welsh Corgis

1338 GCH CH Coventry Allure At Wyndstar A Geremia/B Shelton 1223 GCH CH Riverside Get Over It D Shindle/V Malzoni 663 GCH CH Coventry Just A Little Crush J Johnson/J Johnson/B Shelton/S Leyerly/ 503 GCH CH Aubreyís Moon River C Savioli/V Savioli 478 GCH CH Riverside Xtra Style P Panzarella/D Shindle 456 GCH CH Llandians Champagne On Ice D Connolly 388 GCH CH Nchanted Silk Lining C Braunstein

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GCH CH Eden Crowns Designer Label L Williams/J Williams 234 GCH CH Coventry Swinging On A Star B Shelton/S Leyerly/B Williams/D Salow 222 GCH CH Jorash Aim For The Heart At Corgard E Schusterson/Y Davies/K Boll

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140 GCH CH Swan Crest The Power Of Love Eternal M Hirata/L Bettis/R Wolfe 87 GCH CH Applewoodís Mojo Flow S Heavens 69 GCH CH Ponwoodís Smoky CGC B Bruns/W Stamp 51 GCH CH Snowhillís Zak Misha Z Starpons CGC R Young/D Holloway/D Gray 36 GCH CH Starpons Magical Mystery Tour Z Ponder Us J Gryck/B Gryck 33 GCH CH Stonebrookís Divine Design M Cabral/B Wilson 32 GCH CH Stonebrook Mon Amies Chance Worth Ta K Klang/G Klang 24 GCH CH Sasquehanna Malwa M Maciagiewicz 21 CH Nadzieja Midnite Merlot K Willson/S Willson 20 GCH CH Applewoodís Whereís My Sheep? S Appel/D Appel/J Appel/E Appel 20 Druh Dziechcinek B Lynch

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105 GCH CH Mt Hoodís Leapiní Linni Of Tordor B Stelz/G Stelz/B Hiett 71 GCH CH Fuzzy Farm Twist And Shout A Lawrence/S Lawrence 60 GCH CH Moonshadow Rongyos Kis Medve K Kocsondy/Z Kocsondy 57 GCH CH Cordmaker Topsy Turvey J Beaudoin/S Huebner/P Kelly 54 GCH CH Zaydah Guns A Blazing R Dimatteo 54 GCH CH Wallbanger Itís All In The Genes S Schickedanz 50 GCH CH Prydain Joshua CGC D Fields/K Edwards 35 GCH CH Wyldmor Unscripted Z Stadelman/P Anspach 30 GCH CH Moremi Matter Of Fact B Pessina/P Anspach/S Mcconnell/I Crowth 28 GCH CH Prydain Oscarís Wilde Child P Smeenk

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256 GCH CH La Brise Sun Bear P Princehouse/K Laram 46 GCH CH La Brise Louis Quatorze J Steddom/P Princehouse 33 Chaparralís Eureka HS SDS S Buttivant 30 GCH CH La Brise Special Agent K Rice/P Princehouse 27 CH Ederra Du Castelmouly T Walker 26 GCH CH Terra-Blue Ariege K Rice/P Princehouse 17 CH Eclipse De La Petite Ferme De Wihr P Princehouse/E Edgerton

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Shetland Sheepdogs

2457 GCH CH Jesstar Nirvana R Von Pusch/J Starbuck 2079 GCH CH Grandgables The Frat Boy P Buckles/A Buckles/J Moses 1361 GCH CH Parayís Preferential K Furlong/T Pittman 1022 GCH CH Grandgables Jolie Victor Ludorum P Hannah/K Hannah 622 GCH CH Sandcastle Raggedy Ann C Meek/K Meek 525 GCH CH Serenityís Walk In The Park V Weis 483 GCH CH Suncrest Cerulean G Speeks/D Mock 481 GCH CH Homespun Casual Blues PT NA OAJ NF J Iverson 411 GCH CH Acadia Stage Presence C Pruss 294 GCH CH Rosmoor Mojave J Hynes/R Tomlin

Swedish Vallhunds

110 GCH CH Corval Bless Yer CotíN Socks S Mullinix/S Keth 61 GCH CH Champoeg High Tales At Stillwater M Day/B Jette/C Vannoy 53 GCH CH Minikota Mill Creekís October Rust D Tapp/L Schaunaman 33 CH Suddanly Lunar Eclipse M Hewitt/S Hewitt/D Campeau 28 GCH CH Cavalís Mia NJP C Albert/L Kiedaisch/M Ispas-Hennessey 27 GCH CH Beidelyn Still The One St L Law/C Rolfe 23 GCH CH Caliente Once In A Blue Moon RAE HSAds M Fromm 23 GCH CH Xsbaggage Pippi Longstocking C Telleen/J Franzen 20 CH Sunfireís Class Act RN L Clayton 17 CH Minikotaís Rambliní Man L Schaunaman 17 CH Hightower Whereís Waldo S Pokorski 17 CH Mill Creekís Guilty Pleasure D Tapp

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Breeder/Owner /Handler of Multiple Best In Show & National Specialty Winning Poodles

Leslie Simis Roslyn Maner Beverly Simis


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concentrate its pr on the purebred dog...Wire extends lead over Portie...Board to consider 2 shows a day for the smaller entry show...Key breeds being considered as means to increase Group judges...Pet Disaster relief trailers being pushed...Are the laws allowing service animals to access public places being abused more often??? US Working Dog Monument to be dedicated in Lackland Air Force Base...Meet The Breeds held at Javits Center...

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Delegate Bylaws Committee sends Board request to eliminate occupational eligibility requirements...Five delegates interviewed by Nominating Committee for three Board seats... Ralph Lauren and Polo taken to task for supporting adoption dogs at the expense of the purebred dog...WFT Sky wins Montgomery as Walter F. Goodman passes that very day at age 91...AKC taken to task again for failure to have its own ranking system...Concurrent Breed Specialties praised and damned at same time... Those breed standards again--how should they be interpreted??? A Judge Speaks out against masking...TV or streaming video--why not both Fancy asks for Orlando AENC show...MEET THE BREEDS in NYC hailed but attendance figures are not made public...Petsmart’s relationship with HSUS is too close and bothers many within the Fancy...Director of Dog Museum in St. Louis resigns-many ask what’s going on there...AKC/CHF launches Bloat Initiative... High number of dogs reported injured in Agility Competitions...Nominating Committee nominates two seated Board Members and former Chairman Menaker...Will masking be a bust

issue for Garvin and Scully is a question being posed...AKC’s PAC cited as critical organization to help fight anti-dog legislation...Who are the real mentors in a breed and are they disappearing altogether...Wire’s lead in overall points continues to grow in race for dog of the year... Michael Faulkner’s HHHH recognizing the 4-H hailed as delightful…A pet owner or guardian of the dog is legal question being tossed around these days...Dear friend and loyal critique and supporter of DOG NEWS passes away--Connie Barton will be missed by all of us at Dog News and in the sport as well...The importance of moderation for both breeders and as adjudicators stressed internationally...AKC Humane Fund announces Kinky Boots as play chosen for Westminster theatre party which is underwritten by pet insurance company Pet Partners... New AKC Community Title...FDA addresses Chinese Jerky treats which remains an investigation in work...AKC drops endorsement of these treats with no discernible public announcement...

NOVEMBER

Entries at shows-up or down....British press and TKC taken to task for supporting Moscow show despite possible repercussions for supporters of gays...Differences in AKC, FCI and TKC systems outlined...Board Minutes hailed as being revealing for a change but some of the actions taken are heavily questioned...AKC Board restrictions on CHF contributions condemned nationally...Aside from philosophically disagreeing with Computer imaging for “Charlie’s College” predicted expenses are said to be too high for practical usage...Pain Medications and Canine CONTINUED ON PAGE 222

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ll-Breed Awards for the year 2013, movement and special character took the are the Miniature Pinscher bitch GCh ring and the fancy by storm as she never Ch Marlex Classic Red Glare bred by looked back. Her record-breaking show caCarole Mohr-Rio, Co-owned by Leah Monte reer has been a joy for all concerned with and Armando Angelbello and handled by her and in the process she broke a 50-yearco-owner Armando Angelbello; the numold breed record to become the top Best in ber one dog All-Breeds for the year 2013 Show winning Min Pin in history. Armando the Wire Fox Terrier bitch GCh Ch After All is quoted as saying about her, “We are told Painting the Sky bred by A.J. Pertuit Jr, and to dream Big, but Classie taught us that she Betty Seaton, co-owned by Victor Malzoni, could deliver even Bigger--this has been Jr., Torie Steele, Mary and Scott Olund and the ride of a lifetime!” Diane Ryan, and handled by Gabriel and IvoThe next two dogs to have earned nne Rangel; the number one dog all-breed the privilege of joining the 100 Club have for the year 2012 the German Wirehaired as a common denominator two major Pointer INT, Br. Am GCh Ch Mt. View’s Ripsfactors-the first is that both were Number norter Silver Charm bred by Claire and Kelly One Among All-Breeds for the years 2012 Wisch and Helen Witt, handled by Phil and and 2013 and were owned or co-owned Amy Booth and lastly but hardly least the by the same individual, Victor Malzoni, Jr. Standard Poodle Bitch GCh of Hampton Court in Sao Ch Brighton Lakeridge EnPaulo, Brazil. How unusual core bred by L’Dyne Brenand rare is it for anyone to nan and Debra Fergusonown consecutive top dogs Jones owned by Martin and all-breed much less two difToni Sosnoff’s Atalanta Kenferent breeds exhibited by nel and handled by Timothy two different handlers that’s Brazier. Quite an impressive for sure. I hesitate to call this list of long time and devota first ever but unless Gloria ed dog people who have and Nat Reese did so in the played such an important 50’s or 60’s or the Lawrences role in the development did so later on this is proband continuation of the ably a first ever accomplishcompetitive world of showment, which really shows a ing the dog and in influencdevotion to the sport by Vicing people to participate in tor Malzoni, Jr. exhibited by making people more aware few people alive today. The of the need to perpetuate first of the two, the German the virtues of the purebred Wirehaired Pointer whose dog in America today. call name is Oakley, began The Min Pin whose call his show career in the US in CONTINUED CON NTINUED TIN INUED FR FROM OM PA PAGE E1 15 153 53 53 name is Classie -GCh Ch 2011 although he finished Marlex Classic Red Glareto his American Championfirst came to my attention when a promiship at the GWPCA at 12 months in 2007. nent All-Breed judge called to tell me of her Prior to that time beginning in 2010 he was existence after she adjudicated upon it for exhibited in Brazil and South America and the first time. She thence accumulated 120 was used in Mr. Malzoni’s breeding proall-breed bests and is only 4 years old togram for GWP’s. In June of 2011 the dog day. Additionally she has been awarded 24 earned his first Best but like many a great Best in Specialty Shows including National show dog his spirit of independence and Specialty wins with 64 Bests in 2013 and desire to have fun made showing him quite 122 Group Firsts. Min Pins are considered a challenge. His performances became one of the more difficult breeds to exhibit more dependable in early 2012 and his since they certainly tend to have a mind of performances in the ring drew fans for him their own but even when being “naughty” wherever he went. By the end of 2012 he as Classie can be, her handler Armando Anhad 73 All-Breed Bests and then in early gelbello, who has such a long and successful 2013 he became the 37th dog in the history background with this breed, has been able of AKC to earn 100 or more Bests with the to control her and gotten her to display true crowning glory being his 3rd National SpeMin Pin form so fittingly described in the cialty under no less of an authority than Joy breed standard as the King of Toys. From Brewster. Oakley then went back to Victor the moment Classie made her ring debut in Brazil where he is retired and living the at the age of 6 months many judges and life of glory at Hampton Court. He is and fanciers took notice of her. She has been a was a once in a lifetime dog for all involved. showgirl of outstanding breed type and her Oakley was immediately followed up by

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Sky, the ginger Wire Bitch handled primarily by Gabriel Rangel, who handles many of Mr. Malzoni’s terriers here in the States and as noted was the Number One all-breed for 2013. Her glorious career abetted by her association with long time successful WFT breeder in the States Torie Steele was topped of course by her amazing and well deserved win at the Montgomery Kennel Club this past year. Winner of 127 Bests in Show including the very prestigious AENC in 2012, her wins have been highlighted by recognized terrier breeders and exhibitors the worldwide. She was heralded by many people before she even entered the show ring and let me tell you she lived up to her advance notices and in fact outdid the raves of those who had seen her early on. The last of the achievers to be reported upon is Ally the incredible and widely acclaimed White Standard bitch. Her greatness was recognized early on as she was awarded Best in Show from the classes at the prestigious and highly respected Poodle Club of America. This is now the second time the Atalanta team of the Sosnoffs and Tim Brazier have entered the 100 Hall of Fame-the first being with the Standard Poodle Ch. Randenn Tristar Affection. Toni and Martin Sosnoff have been long time concerned breeders of Poodles and together with Tim Brazier form one of the most respected and trusted teams of dog owners and handlers the dog world has developed in the modern dog world age. Teams such as the Rangel-Malzoni and the BoothMalzoni, Jr. and the Brazier-Sosnoff are hard to come by and develop but in a sense it is their relationships that help to keep the sport going and alive and kicking. Considering the backgrounds of the dogs involved and their owners and handlers and of course their breeders, all of whom are steeped in the long term values and traditions of our sport, one must conclude that our conformation world is growing stronger and strengthening the very foundations upon which our sport was originally founded.

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ndeed the total number of all-breeds Beckham has to his credit so far is 122 and that was with limited campaigning in 2012 to boot. The fact is that he was actively campaigned by the well known and respected husband-wife team of Linda and Michael Pitts for only two years--2012 and 2011 and six months into 2012. He has been exhibited sparingly since then but conquered all at the very prestigious 2013 Spaniel Club held in Knoxville, Tennessee to the thrill of his co-

owners Bruce Van Deman, Carolee Douglas, Mary Walker, Cindy Cassidy and breeder and co-owner Linda Moore. Just to give you an idea of the background and breeding experience of this consortium of owners a total of 120 years combines the experience and devotion of these people in and to the breed of the Spaniel (Cocker) Black. What an achievement and what a history behind this dog!! Don’t you agree? And then combine that fact with an exuberant and magnificent show animal and handlers extraordinaire of this breed and variety and success is basically assured and most predictable. D Magazine warmly welcomes Beckham into this group of illustrious and famous show dogs! And now to prove how imperfect I actually am is the fact that I failed to list the achievements of the Giant Schnauzer, only the second exhibit from the Working Group-the first being the Doberman Cryptonite, as a Member of the 100 Club. I refer of course to Ch. Galilee’s Pure of Spirit a bitch which was the number one exhibit all-breed in 2008 and certainly one of the great show dogs of her time if not of the century. She earned the honor of the 100 Club membership in 2008 which was the year she was awarded the Working Group at the Big W in a performance which to this day has the aficionados in awe! The bond between this bitch and her handler Taffy McFadden was one of the all-time relationships which existed between dog and handler but who amongst us can resist the talent and charm of Taffy? I know I can’t! She was owned by Maryann Biscaglia and Mary Hayes as well as the renowned husband wife team of Carla and Joe Sanchez in the latter part of her career. Bred by Maryann she was a one of a kind exhibit and I apologize to all for having failed to report this achievement when it first occurred. Malachy was the only exhibit to be so honored in 2011 and one has to go back to 2005 when the last Peke earned this distinction. That dog exhibited by David as well was Eng. and Am. Ch. Yakee If Only. David discovered the latest top winner from the PalaceGarden Pekes whilst judging the Ventura Pekingese Championship show in the UK in May of 2008. Unlike in America where David is occupationally ineligible to judge, the British encourage talented and experienced breeders from all over the world to judge at the shows they hold. This was a great experience for David as the entry CONTINUED ON PAGE 224

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Immune Functions highlighted in transcribed podcast of the CHF...PUPS still being considered on federal level...Microchip hailed as best form of permanent id for the dog... The APHIS divide grows as NYS Associated Dog Clubs threaten lawsuit against proposal...Judging can be a forgiving process among other things for sure...The Official 2014 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show Poster announced for sale...Hard to head Wire off as lead grows and grows in race for points...Rotating MTB encouraged by many...Board urged to change stance on CHF by people nationally...OFA commits $75,000 in new canine health research grants...AKC’s Field Staff to be expanded to meet the alleged needs of the Fancy...Dogs can save lives by sniffing out food allergies...Dog News Show calendar now available...Close to 1 million fans now on Facebook for AKC...Two shows a day debated nationally in heated arguments...AKC announces national Championship Week to the surprise of many with entries said to be 16,3000...The STANDARD defends new JAP which defense is laughed at by many...Number of high profile deaths of dog people noted with sadness by most all in the Fancy...Should there be a retirement age for judges issue raised again and again...Veterinarians are studying inherited health problems in dogs in an effort to prevent diseases in humans...National Dog Show after Macy parade draws highest TV rating ever...Actual entry for AENC in 4,300 area as AKC seems to be playing games with the real numbers... New England Thanksgiving Cluster hailed as the wee-end with something for everyone...

DECEMBER.

One Million Square feet of canine event space for AENC...Vets arranging hospice business for clients with dying dogs...Nonsurgical treatment for FDA drug for neutering expected to be approved shortly...Is there really a changing face of the International Judge or is he or she merely being recycled?...Support for AKC PAC urged...Eukanuba World Challenge eagerly awaited in Orlando... Eurodogshow awarded to Bullmastiff...Six straight days of dog shows in Orlando at same location-how is this permitted by the Board??? CHF praised for giving dogs longer and healthier lives...AENC show big success as are shows preceding days...No TV-streaming video lots of hits but were they dog people or John Q. Public?...Meet the Breeds seems to draw sparse crowds of outsiders...Portie wins big event and preceeding Orlando shows but probably not enough to overtake WFT...Owners to donate big prize cash monies to Take the Lead and CHF... Computer College deemed by Board too expensive to put in right away…Board approves pilot program for two shows a day for shows under 500 dogs and institutes Key Breed Program for Group Judges...Takes no stand and sends to Delegates motion to change occupational eligibility By-laws... Fox One to televise live finals of Masters Agility for Westminster while Westminster continues live TV on TBS of its shows on Monday and Tuesday evening with live streaming video during the day...Dog News’ Christmas Gifts continue to fascinate the Fancy...APHIS Updated...Leslie Simis and Nick Viggiano join DN as sales agents...Canine Alliance seems to go bonkers in UK as it is reported to have approached FCI to talk about giving shows there... And so the the year ends mostly with a bang... CONTINUED ON PAGE 226

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was 117 dogs, the largest entry of the year Bests. A grandson of the record-breaking next to Crufts! A lesson perhaps for AKC to Ch. Broxden Rio Oso Best Dressed (Tux), digest as years ago professional handlers his pedigree is one to simply blow you were permitted to judge Specialty shows in away, with some of the most outstanding the US. Perhaps our own priorities in this show and stud dogs and dams dominatarea should be re-evaluated if indeed it is ing throughout. One of the things which the intent of those running these shows to makes Dodger’s feat all the more phetruly find the best breeding stock instead nomenal is the fact that today in America of being so concerned with filling judging the Smooth Fox Terrier breed is one of the slots with less experienced breeders. Most strongest in the world as specials class afof David’s winners at this show were Palter specials class are marked by unusually aceGarden Pekes and when he got home high quality. Certainly the highlight of any he contacted the Smiths and asked them Montgomery is to watch Smooths where to send him a dog after carefully researchin 2008 Dodger finished his championship ing the pedigrees. He asked them if they by being awarded Winners Dog and Best had any stock available and in June of 2009 of Winners at the Specialty that year and Malachy arrived as a five-month-old puppy was Best of Breed at Montgomery the folsight unseen by David. The rest is of course lowing year, too. He broke the record for history as this little dog Smooth Fox Terriers in Auso correct in type, small, gust, which was previously set compact and unadulterat 70. But Dodger certainly ated, shouting Pekingese could not have accomplished arrived at Newark Airport. his incredible feats alone and To say that Malachy stole fortunately for all involved the hearts of the American a team was formed headed dog show world is to unby Amy and Phil Booth, who derstate the case and his formed and created his amazBest in Show at the famed ing career. Tux was brilliantly Morris and Essex Show handled by Amy and so it was clearly cemented him as only natural for her to continone of the great Pekes of ue with his Grandson, which our time. Co-owned by collaboration resulted in Amy Sandra Middlebrooks and as co-owner and handler with Iris Love, with David, both Howard and Sandra Hoffen ladies are wonderful clias co-owners, as they were ents with whom to work. with Tux as well. Now at just Ever mindful of the impor3 1/2 years of age everyone tance the role of handler involved is looking forward to plays in exhibiting dogs, contributing to the Broxden/ Sandra Middlebrooks and J’Cobe/Kemosabe breedCONTINUED FROM PAGE 221 her husband Butler rely ing program. Bill Dalling of on David’s decisions, alJ’Cobe and Stacy Turner of ways saying, “David, whatever you think is Kemosabe Smooths, the breeders, have best--you know what you are doing.” An atcombined with the Hoffens and Booths to titude other clients would do well to learn form one of the most formidable teams of from as Mrs. Middlebrooks has evolved into owners and breeders in the sport of dogs. one of the premier sponsors of the best of DOG NEWS enthusiastically welcomes purebred dogs. What a team--what a Peke-Dodger and his team as members of the and you better believe there will be more to DOG NEWS 100 Club. come--for sure. As the first decade of the millennium For the first time since the establishment century came to a close two more exhibof the 100 Club a Smooth Fox Terrier has its, both American bred bitches, became accomplished this incredible feat. Becommembers of the prestigious and highly reing the 29th exhibit to accomplish this ingarded 100 Club bringing the total numcredible feat GCH J’Cobe Kemosabe Vigiber of dog membership to 27! Both the lante Justice, affectionately called Dodger, Standard Poodle Ch. Randenn Tristar Afbecame the 29th dog in history to achieve firmation (whose call name is Yes) and the the esteemed honor of 100 or more Best Scottish Terrier Ch. Roundtown Mercedes in Shows. Indeed this dog, which was also of Maryscot (whose call name is Sadie) the Number One exhibit All-Breed for the were handled by two of the more respectyear 2010, actually recorded 105 All-Breed ed and expert of professional handlers

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whose reputations in their breed and group are of what legends are made. Both Tim Brazier, Yes’ handler, and Gabriel Rangel, Sadie’s handler, are among the most respected dog men of our day, and it is particularly fitting that these honors have been earned and recognized by these teams of handlers and dogs. And as important and necessary as these recognitions are let us not forget the people and the history of both the breeders and owners of these two great exhibits. Yes is the fourth Standard Poodle to earn the bragging rights to be called a member of this great club preceded in time by her grandfather Ch. Lake Cove That’s My Boy and her greatgreat-grandfather Ch. Whisperwind On Carousel. This kind of amazing use of line breeding by her breeders Randy Garren and Dennis McCoy (and co-breeders the Laceys) is a solid example of what dog breeding should be all about – a careful selection and understanding of lines and genes which result in improving a breed carefully, selectively and healthily. Her owners Toni and Martin Sosnoff of Atalanta poodle fame have been long time concerned breeders of the Poodle and together with Tim and Yes have formed one of the most formidable and trustworthy teams of people and dogs to have been developed in the modern dog-world age. Teams like this are what help perpetuate our sport in the long run, and I am happy to say that the “Sadie team” falls into a similar category as the team developed through the “Yes” relationship. Sadie is now the second Scottish Terrier to join the club, both bitches, and of course has set her mark both nationally and internationally. Competently and ably conditioned and handled by Gabriel Rangel she is an outstanding show animal whose presence is expected to be continued in the near future for sure. Gabriel of course has matured into one of the most respected and consulted terrier men in America, if not the world, whose opinion of a dog is solicited near and far. Combine this with the acknowledged breeding talents of Anstamm Kennels and Mary O’Neal (Anstamm of course being the team of Cindy Cooke and Buffie Stamm) and you have magical results insofar as the breeding of Scotties are concerned. And on the subject of magical of course are Sadie’s owners, the Mussers, Amelia and Dan. To say that they are two of the nicest people in the sport is to understate the situation; but of interest, of course, is the background of Mr. Musser whose uncle George Hartman was one of the

most respected judges in America in the ‘40s and a director of AKC as well. Considering the backgrounds of these dogs, their owners and their breeders all of which and whom are steeped in the long term values and traditions of our sport one would have to conclude that not only is our conformation world growing stronger by encouraging dog show competitions but that the dogs and teams of people associated with them are adding allure and strengthening the foundation of the sport itself. Welcome “Yes” and “Sadie” to the 100 Club! In 2009 the first Pointer and the fourth Sporting Dog in American history joined the list of dog show exhibits to become a 100 Club member. Of particular interest in the case of Ch. Cookieland Seasyde Hollyberry, now the top winning Sporting dog of all time in terms of Bests, is the comparatively short period of time she had been campaigned in order to achieve this amazing accomplishment. Holly as she is called began her show career in late 2007 and was not campaigned in earnest until March of 2008. This is probably the shortest time period in our history for an exhibit to have gained this monumental honor. And candidly up until the AKC/Eukanuba National Event she had never been flown to compete in a dog show! Imagine an American dog not only winning close to 90 shows in one year but also competing to become the number two exhibit all-breed without having earned one advantage mile for the handlers Michael and Michelle Scott until the last month of the year. That’s got to tell you the regard with which Holly has been held by the American judging community. Watching Holly in action in the show ring is a very special experience as she never has for one moment let handler Mike Scott down. But as importantly is her attitude out of the show arena. Pointers do not have the reputation for being the steadiest of animals in crowded social situations. As a former owner of the breed I feel safe in making that generalized kind of statement. But I can tell you without hesitation this is not the case with Holly. After her glorious, well-earned and deserved National win she was introduced to the throngs of people celebrating the two-day event at the after show party. To the CONTINUED ON PAGE 228

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great credit of her breeders Cheryl Laduc, A. particular reason. The owner, of course, is Ron Cantor & A. Walker and of course her ownScott. The reason I wanted to write about Vikki ers Sean and Tammy McCarthy and Helyne and Kaz first was to emphasize the dog aspect Medeiros, she walked into this buzzing room, of the “100 Club.” The human and practical took one look around and owned the place! side involves one of the great (and I use the Visiting table after table and one celebrant word “great” deliberately) owner-handler after the other as though they were long lost teams of our time. You know as well as I that it friends, while totally off her leash, she made takes more than just money to put a dog over. friends of everyone. If ever one doubted a How many people do we all know who have dog’s ability to captivate and mesmerize a attempted to buy their way into our sport, only roomful of over 200 partying people just keep to fall flat on their you know what? Ron Scott in mind the story of Holly on that night. has been involved for years and has remained When I wrote in the 2007 ‘D’ “100 Club” arcommitted to both dogs and to Kaz for what ticle that many exhibits were on the threshseems an eternity. This team has developed old of entering the elusive “100 Club”, the an unusual rapport and a friendship grounded toy poodle Ch. Smash JP Win a Victory with in a loyalty hard to find in most client-handler “only” 38 all-breed bests in show in 2006, was relationships. Ron and Kaz not high in my mind as a likely enstand out as a team for us trant. But Vikki, as she is called, all to admire and respect. defied all odds by winning 67— “D” Magazine warmly yes, that’s right, 67!—all breed welcomes Vikki, Kaz, and bests in 2007, becoming the 23rd Ron to the prestigious “100 exhibit in AKC history to earn this Club!” coveted distinction. Furthermore, English and American she is the first and only exhibit Champion Yakee If Only, to achieve this distinction since earned the distinct hon2005. She now has a total of 105 or of becoming a memall breed bests as we go to press. ber of the 100 Club! The And guess what… this incredible years 2004 & 2006 saw no show animal and truly great toy new entrants, but in 2005, poodle is still going strong! Of inJeffrey, as this exhibit is terest to many people, of course, called, racked up his 124th is that AKC did not officially award All-Breed Best in Show, to the Best in Show ribbon until 1925, the delight of his owner, Kit so that the span is over an actual Woodruff, and his handler, period of 82 years in which, inDavid Fitzpatrick. cluding Vikki’s award, only a total Lest one wonder about of 22 other exhibits have earned this dog’s credentials, keep CONTINUED FROM PAGE 225 such a distinction. in mind that he was numPersonally, I am particularly ber one exhibit All-Breed pleased with her achievements, since I spotfor the year 2005 and became the first Toy ted her in the classes as a mere puppy and exhibit in history to defeat over 100,000 other immediately asked Kaz Hosaka, her handler, exhibits in one year. In 2004, Jeffrey was numabout her. The rest, of course, is history. Bred ber 2 All-Breed but had the most All-Breed in Japan by the most successful of breeders, Bests for the calendar year, with 58. His 64 Yukiko Omura of Smash Kennels, whose toy All-Breed Bests in 2005 set a new record for poodles are internationally acclaimed. She is Toy Dogs in a single year. And, yes, I failed to an unstoppable show dog with an exquisite point out that these feats were accomplished attitude. Her very presence demands your atin less than a two-year time period. tention, and to deny her is indeed a most difHis first show was late in January of ’04, ficult task. Of course, Vikki is handled by one when, of course, he was awarded Best, and of the master handlers and craftsmen of our this past January Jeffrey just turned four years time, the aforementioned Kaz Hosaka. Origiof age! Those are some pretty incredible fignally mentored by Annie and Jim Clark, Kaz ures to appreciate, but his lineage is equally has earned the role of mentor himself! Today as dazzling to every respectable breeder. This Kaz helps set the world standard in the preis particularly true in these days of the sosentation and exhibition of all poodles—toy, called “designer dogs,” whose breeders are miniature, and standard. He is a unique, lovattempting to pass off their own creations as ing caretaker of all his dogs, and in my opinpurebreds, when, in fact, anyone involved in ion, one of the leaders within the professional any form of animal husbandry is aware that handling community. these dogs are purely of a mixed-breed linThis having been said, my not yet mentioneage. ing the owner of Vikki until now is done for a Let’s talk a little about Jeffrey and the fact

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that his sire, Eng. Ch. Yakee Dangerous Liaisons, was the Crufts 2003 Best in Show winner, and that his kennelmate, Ch. Yakee Leaving Me Breathless (Les, as he was called), broke into the 100 Club in 2003 as well. And if you were wondering whether there is a common denominator in both of these dogs’ pedigrees, the answer is a resounding yes. The exhibit Eng. Ch. Yakee For Your Eyes Only is that individual. The success as breeders of the owners of the Yakee kennel prefix, Albert (Bert) Easdon and Phillip Martin, is world-renowned. Nigel Aubrey-Jones and Bill Taylor introduced me to Bert years and years ago at a show in the U.K. The Yakee kennel is located in Glasgow, Scotland, and the over-25 years of successfully breeding Pekingese is the hallmark of their dog life achievements. But as we all know, it takes an awful lot to put a top-winning dog over in America. Kit Woodruff, who is a native of Colorado and who presently lives outside of Houston, has been a patron and owner of Pekes (and other dogs) for more than the past 10 years. She wisely selected as her handler the longtime involved, knowledgeable and very well liked professional handler David Fitzpatrick to work with her. This was to both show Jeffrey and to develop her own breeding program. David I have known from his working days—first with Hermine Cleaver and then Mrs. Walter (Kay) Jeffords. While he started working for Hermine at the tender age of 14, it was in the Jeffords era that he fully blossomed and gained the dog knowledge for which he is so well known. With over 250 dogs of various breeds to work with at Mrs. Jeffords’ famed Chinatown Kennels (the great majority of which were Pekes), he became steeped in understanding animal husbandry to a degree few people in the dog world can lay claim to. This kind of invaluable exposure is what makes him a true dog person, entitled to at least one Group should he decide to judge, wouldn’t one think! As for Jeffrey, when David first saw him, he was fearful that in America he would not be understood because he was “too Pekey and too typey.” As far as David was concerned, this dog had nothing generic about him, but was, in fact, the perfect representative of what makes a Peke “different than any other dog.” He was delightedly surprised and happy to be wrong in these fears, as quite obviously, the American judges took to Jeffrey as one of their own. Welcome to the 100 Club,

Jeffrey, David and Kit! In 2003, Ch. Yakee Leaving Me Breathless At Franshaw won his 100th All-Breed Best in Show award in an amazing 17-month period of time. “Les,” as this British import is called, is truly a storybook dog. Since his “breathless” debut in February 2002 in New York, where he was awarded Best of Breed at the Garden, he became the first Pekingese to break a 45-year-old record held by the famous Ch. Chik T’Sun of Caversham for the most All-Breed Best in Shows to be awarded a Pekingese. As of this writing, Les has a total of 113 All-Breed Bests. Interestingly, his breeders, A. Easdon and P. Martin, showed and breed the Crufts 2002 Best in Show winner as well. The Yakee Kennel prefix is known worldwide as one of the most respected breeding programs ever designed. Les has only added to this reputation as the cognoscenti as well as the lay individual continue to recognize this exhibit’s outstanding attribute. Owned by John Shaw and Maria Francis and handled by Hiram Stewart, this team of individuals combines to make one of the most formidable owner/handler teams in America today. Under Hiram’s expert guidance and conditioning, Les’s rapid rise was eagerly anticipated. That this exhibit succeeded in reaching the pinnacle of success it did came as no surprise to those of us in the dog world who recognize quality on both ends of the leash. Without too much fear of being contradicted, I think it is safe to say that the additions that achieved membership in the coveted DOG NEWS 100 Club in the year 2002 are two of the best-known exhibits to have ever competed on the American dog show circuit. Both were the Top Winning dog of the year in terms of points accumulated— the Bichon Frise in 2000 and the Kerry Blue terrier in 2001. I refer, of course, to Ch. Special Times Just Right, the Westminster and AKC/Eukanuba 2001 victor, and Ch. Torum’s Scarf Michael, the Crufts 2000 and Montgomery 2001 victor. Both dogs were and remain internationally recognized and have had myriad American followers both within and outside of the Fancy. With the growth of the sport being encouraged by continuCONTINUED ON PAGE 232

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won the Showcase twice, one year Reserve and all four times have won the Herding group in the Breeder’s Showcase. Friday I also judged a Toy Fox Terrier Specialty and got to get a quick glance at some of the other specialties taking place. Even with the extra day for Eukanuba it was impossible to see all that was being offered. I noticed strolling through the building that Larry Cornelius was judging a German Shorthair sweeps. His winner was a young pup that Valerie Atkinson was showing. Had heard a lot about this pup when at its only previous outing had won the specialty. Moving on to watch other things I then AKC Breeder o the Year came back to witness Jason Hoke award BOB to this same youngster. As a breeder, Valerie must be over the moon. Just last year Valerie had the thrill of a lifetime watching the Saluki she co-bred being the Runner Up in the World Challenge and also Reserve BIS. This same Saluki was also Runner Up at the World Challenge in 2009. In 2005 Valerie bred the German Shorthair that went BIS at Westminster. Valerie was also the co-breeder of the 2013 Westminster BOB in Whippets.

It is interesting to note just a few years ago Valerie was showing in Juniors. Now she is a leading handler and breeder. Around the same time period Amy Booth and Susie Olivera also were Juniors in Southern California. It gives meaning to the song “California Girls”.

Earlier in the week

I watched Gene Blake award BOB to the class Weimaraner representing Portugal in the World Challenge. Luckily she did not have a tail. Gene and many other American judges are adamant about dogs being shown in our country when the standard says docked tail. When one of our judges defeated the English Poodle on the ground of the tail, it certainly was the talk of the weekend. Here is a dog that was number one all breed in England and had come to our PCA and BOS and was penalized on his tail. “Mr. Poodle”, Dennis McCoy, awarded him Best Bred-by in the Non Sporting group at Eukanuba and was crowned the winner of the entire World Challenge. Just in the World Challenge alone there were five or six dogs with tails on breeds we do not see in the states normally. While judging Yorkies on Saturday I had the dog representing Thailand in the classes. I certainly would not make an issue over the tail. I do hope that in the future American judges will try to avoid doing breeds over the Eukanuba weekend that they could have an issue with about tails. There are some CONTINUED ON PAGE 234

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ously growing TV coverage in many homes, Fadden. When Marilu Hansen brought Mick both “JR”—the Bichon—and “Mick”—the over from England, there was some talk that Kerry—have become as familiar as sports or Mick might not have been able to withstand movie star names. the pressure of American campaigning. ObLet’s start with JR. When he was awarded viously the British show circuit and ours is Best at Westminster it, was his 98th all-breed totally different, and the American circuit achievement. He was exhibited three more much more demanding. Nonetheless, and times and won his 100th Best at the prestiI believe through the good works of Bill, gious Long Beach June show in a fiercely the dog basically held up 95 percent of the fought competition against Mick. He was time. Personally, I am not too sure how sucexhibited one more time at the first AKC/Eucessful other American handlers would have kanuba Invitational, where once again he prebeen with Mick, since I saw him in England vailed. While Mick did not compete, as most on numerous occasions—sometimes he of you very well know, the breed and group showed well; others not so well. And that competition at this show was highly competitakes nothing away from the British handler tive for not only were there great “bragging” Geoff Corish, who did a great job with him, rights involved, but both the particularly since the dog was breeder and owner received truly a housedog of breeder monetary awards of over Ron Ramsay and his family. It’s $25,000 each! JR was the sort one thing when a dog stays with of showdog who never let the handler all of the time; anhis handler, Scott Sommer, other when it’s brought the day down in the ring. He was alof the show or a day before for ways up and totally reliant as trimming. a performer—indeed, some There is no doubt that JR may say overly extroverted, and Mick will go down in hisbut this was said positively. tory, both in the U.K. and in the Indeed, this very attitude is States, as two of our greatest strongly supported by the show dogs of all time. And perBichon Frise standard itself. haps even more importantly to Eleanor McDonald, who had the sport of purebred dogs is the good fortune to see him the fact that both are proving win the Westminster event to be great sires, thereby only before, sadly, passing away improving considerably the fuprior to the Invitational, bred ture for both the Bichon and the JR. Unfortunately another Kerry Blue terrier. co-owner, Flavio Werneck, We were delighted to anCONTINUED FROM PAGE 229 met an untimely death three nounce in 2001 the addition of months prior to the Big W. an American Toy exhibit, Ch. The happy news, of course, is that the third Ta-Jon’s Tickle Me Silly, a Maltese, who has co-owner—and if truth be known, the force reached this incredible pinnacle and has behind JR’s career—was the gracious and now a total of 103 all-breed Best in Shows. lovely Cecelia Ruggles. Ceil and Scott have A multiple National Specialty Show winformed one of the most powerful and respectner, Silly, as she is called, was also Winners ed owner/handler teams within the history of Bitch at her National at only 14 months our modern day sport, and JR now lives, most of age. Tammy and John Simon bred her happily, at home with Scott in Houston. seven years ago. Since her retirement she Mick, of course, is a British import who had has whelped three litters and is the proud mesmerized the dog show goers in the U.K. producer of champion get. A credit to the His victory at Crufts capped his career cross breeding program of Tammy and John, the pond. As of this writing he has 109 allwhich started in 1989. The “Ta-Jon” prefix breed Best in Shows and is still being exhibis established internationally as breeders of ited, seemingly on a somewhat random basis. quality Maltese. Tammy personally handled He is now six years old and was first shown this incredible bitch throughout her career. in the States when he was four. He captured In 1998 she broke the record for Toy exhibits the hearts of most American terrier people in by amassing over 60,000 all-breed points. his initial California outing and continues to This record, in turn, was broken by a sharing captive people today. On occasion his perCross Shih Tzu two years later. formance may have been somewhat erratic; Tickle Me Silly was owned and camhowever, when he is on, he is tough to beat. paigned throughout her career by Samuel His handler, who has done an incredible job and Marion Lawrence. Sam and Marion now of presenting him here in America, is Bill Mchave the unheard total of four members of

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the DOG NEWS 100 Club!!! In addition to Silly, they owned the Doberman Pinscher Ch. Brunswig’s Cryptonite, the Wire Fox Terrier bitch Ch. Registry’s Lonesome Dove and the Black Cocker Spaniel Ch. La-Shay’s Bart Simpson. It is unlikely that this kind of ownership will ever be achieved in our dogs exhibited by lifetime again. In addition the Lawrence’s through June 13, 2001 have been awarded 707 all-breed Best in Shows with all of their dogs! What a mind-boggling accomplishment. As a further point, three more exhibits entered the elusive 100 or more all-breed Best in Show Club since 1999. A Standard Poodle Dog, which was number one dog all breed two years in a row (1998 and 1999), Ch. Lake Cove That’s My Boy, was awarded his 169th Best, while the Lakeland Terrier Bitch. Ch. Revelry’s Awesome Blossom was awarded her 100th. Another member of the “Club” which had been retired for motherhood in 1996 was brought out in April of 1999 and increased her all-breed bests from 133 to 161. She was the Afghan Hound bitch Ch. Tryst of Grandeur. And last but not least was the incredible and great show dog Ch. Anasazi Billy The Kid. Billy is owned by Bruce Schwartz and was handled by Wood Wornall. Billy was awarded his 100th Best in January 1999 and is the sire of three Best in Show winners, including the classy and top winning Welsh bitch owned by Bruce and campaigned by Wood, Ch. Wyndam Worth The Wait. Billy is but another example of the devotion which Lillian and Bruce Schwartz have, both toward the sport generally and the Welsh Terrier breed specifically. Blossom, who is owned by Jean Heath and Bill Cosby, had been retired to become a mother, but when the litter missed she was brought out again to join this exclusive group of show dogs. Shown expertly by Clay Coady, who in the same year retired from handling to begin a judging career, Blossom attained this coveted win early on in 1999. Tré is well-known to anyone associated with the world of the exhibition of the purebred dog. Shown by Dennis McCoy and expertly conditioned and groomed by his

partner, Randy Garren, he was number one dog all-breeds for an incredible 24 consecutive months. He is attributed to be the number one non-sporting dog of all time and is owned by that dog person extraordinaire Mrs. Alan Robson. Tryst, of course, ended up top Hound in 1999, being shown only from April on. She is the top-winning hound of all time and broke the 100 in January 1996. The year before, she was the top-winning dog of all breeds. The owners, the Rechlers, father and sons, are well known breeders of Afghans, having long been associated with the Grandeur Kennels originally conceived by the late and great Sunny Shay. Michael Canalizo has been responsible for the incredible career of this bitch, as well as the presentation and promotion of the kennel and the dogs attendant thereto. It is interesting to note, of course, that all of the professional handlers associated with the three dogs mentioned above have now retired from handling and will now assume the role of professional judge under the American Kennel Club. We all wish them well in their new endeavors. As of the original writing, only 15 exhibits have been awarded 100 or more All Breed Best in Shows in the United States. Of this number, four have actually been awarded 200 or more all-breed bests. Within the last several years and since 1990, the ranks of those dogs and bitches achieving these astronomical Best in Shows have practically doubled. Through 1990, only two exhibits had 200 or more Bests and five others had 100 or more wins. Since 1990 two more exhibits surpassed the 200 high water mark and four others went over the 100 figure! Considering the tremendous increase in the number of All-Breed championship events now being held in America— in 1994, there were 1,220 such shows—and with the ease of modern transportation, it wouldn’t be surprising to see these figures triple or even quadruple within the next decade. Certainly the astounding record of the German Shepherd bitch Ch. Altana’s Mystique is considered unbreakable today with her 275 all-breed awards. While the records of father and daughter Select Am/Can Ch. Kismet’s Sight For Sore Eyes with 101 bests and his (daughter) Ch. Kaleff’s Genuine Risk with 101 bests, both under the guidance of handler Jimmy Moses will probably never be CONTINUED ON PAGE 236

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good judges here in the states that certainly should never be invited to judge at Poodle Club of America. I know we all have different opinions about dealing with tails, but on this weekend we have to give a little. I think we all take great pride that the World Challenge is held in the US and we do not want to alienate the foreign exhibitors.

S turday nd Sunday late afternoon it was a highlight to watch the very competitive Bred By Groups. This event not only showcases American breeders, but also foreign breeders. This year the Bred By winner of the Sporting group was a Parti Cocker owned and bred by Michael Kristensen from Denmark. This lovely Cocker came up from the Bred By class. The Winner of the Bred By Hound group was the record breaking American Foxhound, who also won the regular Hound group. Doreen Luhrs captured the Working Bred By with the Rottweiler, Ch Robban’s Invincible, who also carries a CD title. Sandy Campbell won the Terriers with her Westie, Ch. Carncrest Andsurely Jasine. This top winning bitch comes from a kennel that has produced so many top ones. This is proof that great kennels are built on their bitches. The highly successful Shih Tzu team of Sarah Lawrence and Jennifer Miller captured the

Toy Bred-By. Both of these ladies had dedicated major parts of their lives to breeding and exhibiting fabulous Shih Tzu. It seems like just yesterday that Jen was a very young teenager. Sarah was born into the sport and comes from a line of great breeders. Her grandmother was of “Sun Canyon” fame which developed the Maltese to what it is today.

Dennis McCo, who not only handled

so many great Poodles, but also bred some top winners, was faced with a super lineup of Non Sporting dogs for the Bred By competition. He found the winner to be the Standard Poodle who won the entire World Challenge. Dennis had awarded this dogs’ sire RWD at PCA in 2012. The sire of this dog, “Dino”, won the regular Non-Sporting group at Eukanuba in 2012. This young dog, besides already being a tremendous winner has a royal pedigree. This dog carries the “Afterglow” kennel name. This kennel has produced dogs of various breeds that have set records throughout the world including the US.

Minna-Liisa Kolte found the

winner of the Herding Bred By to be Ch. Bugaboo’s Picture Perfect. The Old English burst onto the scene when in 2013 he went Reserve BIS at Westminster from the classes. Heather and Colton Johnson both grew up in breeding families. As very young teenagers the sport has benefited by their presence. It was just last year that we saw Heather winning the Herding group at Eukanuba with their homebred Bouvier. Back in 2006 Douglas CONTINUED ON PAGE 267

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broken either. Nonetheless, one must wonder whether any record is indeed unbreakable— just look at Lou Gehrig and Cal Ripken’s feat—and keep in mind, nothing is forever insofar as record making is concerned. Indeed, when Ch. Rock Falls Colonel, an English Setter, succeeded in the very early fifties of being awarded 100 Best in Shows, whoever would have thought that some 44 years later he would remain the only exhibit to have been handled to this feat by breeder and owner Mr. William Holt. And this was the case even though his brother (Ch. Rock Falls Racquet) actively campaigned against him through the formidable team of owner Ellsworth Howell and handler Jane Camp (Forsyth). Who says owner/handlers can’t win against the ‘”big boys?” Mr. Holt put exactly 100 Best in Shows on this dog. The next dog to achieve this number was the incredible Boxer Ch. Bangaway of Sirrah Crest, owned and bred by Dr. and Mrs. R.C. Harris. Bangaway was primarily handled by Nate Levine except when shown on the West Coast when Harry Sangster did the job. In the mid-fifties, it was more acceptable to fly only the dog coast to coast rather than the dog and its handler, which is CONTINUED FROM PAGE 233 why Bangaway basically had two handlers. To tell the truth, the practice of going out of ones territory for wins was probably introduced by Mr. Holt of Rock Falls Kennel fame—little did he realize the influence this practice would have upon the showdog of today! Bangaway was awarded 121 Best in Shows. The first imported dog and the next in line to go over the 100 mark was the Pekingese Int. Ch. Chik T’Sun of Caversham, who had 127 Best in Shows. Bred by Mary de Pledge and Mrs. Herminie Lunham in England, Chik T’Sun was imported to Canada by Nigel Aubry-Jones and R. William Taylor, and subsequently sold to Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Venable and handled in America by the beloved Clara Alford. He was the “winningest dog” of all time in America; his record maintained from 1959 until 1980, when the Standard Poodle Ch. Lo-Gin’s Kiss Me Kate returned the record to an American-bred exhibit by achieving 140 Best in Shows. Louis Duncan bred Kate, who was owned by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Phelan and

Terri Myers, and in 1979 she broke Chick T’Sun’s record before hitting the 140 BIS mark in 1980. Can you believe throughout that entire time period not one exhibit, and this through a twenty-year period, won over 100 Best in Shows? Kate was handled by Bob Walberg throughout her illustrious career. Now comes the early and mid eighties and not only is a rush made on the 100 mark, but, miracle of miracles, the 200 mark is made and broken by two exhibits! The first, the incomparable Scottish Terrier bitch Ch. Braeburn’s Close Encounter, hit the 100 mark in 1983 and the 200 mark in 1986—records which she held until the mid nineties. Shannon, as the bitch was known to the dog world, was bred by R.E. and H.M. Gurling and first shown by George Ward for her owner, William MacInne. In 1983 her ownership was transferred to Alan and Sonny Novick, and in 1985 re-transferred to Mr. MacInne. From the time she was six months old until her death in January of 1994, she was kept by her handler, George Ward. For many years throughout this period, an intense rivalry between Shannon and another recordbreaking dog—the German Shepherd Ch. Covy Tucker Hill’s Manhattan—blossomed. Manhattan broke the 100 mark in 1985 and the 200 mark in 1987. Manhattan won the Garden in that year, and Shannon won it in 1985. The two dogs, on more than one occasion, were shown against each other in Best in Show line-ups in the days when deals between handlers as when to show and when not to show were common. Deals, I might add, never entered into between Jimmy or George. If you think competition is hot today, the rivalry between Manhattan and Shannon and George and Jimmy was unbelievable. James Moses, of course, handled Manhattan for owners Shirlee Braunstein and Jane A. Firestone. He accumulated 204 Best in Shows and was bred by Cappy Pottle and Gloria Birch. Another import, this time Wire Fox Terrier Ch. Galsul Excellence, was making his mark during this period of 1986 and 1987 as well by breaking the 1OO mark with 103 Best in Shows in 1988. Owned by Ruth Cooper and the MacKays, his career was shortened by the unhappy “MacKay affair.” Whether a dog should be penalized for the faults of an errant co-owner remains an unanswered question philosophically in our sport even

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today, but certainly Paddy’s career came to an early end. He was handled by Peter Green and bred by J. Galvin. Eventually he became the sole property of his then co-owner Ruth Cooper. As we entered the nineties, specifically from 1990 through 1995, nine exhibits, three bitches and six dogs would break the 100 Best in Show mark, with two of them, both bitches, going over 200. As mentioned in the beginning of this story, Ch. Altanta’s Mystique set the new record for wins with 275. A bitch who excelled at specialties as well as all-breeds, Mystique was owned by Jane A. Firestone and handled by James Moses—the same team which stood behind Manhattan. Mystique is in the Guinness Book Of World Records as the top-winning showdog ever. This formidable duo was shattered by Jane’s untimely passing in December 1994, but hers and their devotion to the sport generally, and the German Shepherd specifically, are what legends are made of. In 1991, entering this select circle of winners and record setters was the Standard Poodle Ch. Whisperwind On Carousel, owned by Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Harsock, bred by Linda Blackie and handled to perfection by Dennis McCoy and Randy Garren. “Peter” accumulated 105 Best in Shows. He basically was shown in his home territory and truly not flown throughout the country to accumulate his victories. Similarly, the English Springer spaniel shown by Mark Threlfall for breeder-owner Julia Gasow and co-owner Herzig was a territorial accumulator of 103 or 104 all-breed bests. He carried the legendary Salilyn kennel prefix and was registered as Ch. Salilyn’s Condor. And lastly are the three dogs owned by Sam and Marion Lawrence, which set enviable and amazing records in the mid-nineties. First there was the Doberman Pinscher Ch. Brunswig’s Cryptonite breaking the 100 mark with ease, with a total of 123 all-breed Best in Shows. Handled by George Murray and bred by R.G. and P.K. Farrer. His career was established and guided by the firm hand of owner Sam Lawrence and the handling of George Murray. During Cryptonite’s campaigning, the Lawerences acquired the Wire Fox Terrier bitch Ch. Registry’s Lonesome Dove, who

probably exceeded even the wildest dreams of their owners as she accumulated 216 Best in Shows throughout her career. Handled by Mike Kemp again, Sam provided the course to follow, as Lacey just this past year broke Shannon’s long-standing terrier record for Best in Show wins. And to top the cake, just one month ago, the Lawrence’s Black Cocker Spaniel Ch. La-Shay’s Bart Simpson established himself as the top-winning sporting dog, beating the Springer record with 106 Best in Show awards. The handler herein was Bob Covey, but again the long and able guidance of Sam Lawrence was apparent to all. Bart’s breeder is Sherry Marley. In 1991 the Bouvier des Flandres Ch. Galbraith’s Iron Eyes achieved the win of his lifetime when he was awarded his 100th allbreed Best in Show win at the Santa Ana Valley Kennel Club. This outstanding exhibit joined the list of top winners campaigned and owned by Nat and Gloria Reese who were no strangers at all to top winners. With the handling team of Corky and Sue Vroom, the Reeses and Vrooms presented one of the most formidable top winning dogs ever to perform in the showring. Iron was bred by the Galbraith’s—David and Joan— who have long been involved in the breed and have devoted many years to producing some of the top Bouviers to be shown in America. So there you have it, folks, the dogs that have set the records insofar as Best in Show wins at all-breed shows are concerned. Records no doubt meant to be broken, but these numbers, for whatever they are worth, add up to staggering successes of individual dogs over other dogs. They are imposing figures, and while some may question the value of these types of wins, since we all agree there are many fine dogs that for geographic, economic or other reasons are shown only on a limited scale, the winning competitive spirit established by these dogs and their owners, handlers and breeders not only serve the sport well but add an excitement and interest which are impossible to beat.

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rocity. The subsequent public outcry was so great that dog fighting was banned locally, though White reportedly continued supplying gladiators for the illicit sport in secret. By 1835, the English Parliament passed the Cruelty to Animals Act, and dog fighting was banned nationwide. White died that same year, and George lost no time in buying the property and business from White’s widow, renaming the enterprise with his lofty “Canine Castle” moniker. George realized that not only his business, but the Bulldog itself, needed to move in a kindler, gentler direction. And he succeeded on both scores, making a reputation for himself as an honest businessman, and his Bulldogs as docile, loyal companions. “He carried on the business of a dog dealer and breeder in such a way that he became noted as an honourable dealer at a time when dog dealing was looked upon as an occupation whose professors were not particularly noted for their practice of honesty,” wrote Bulldog breed authority Edgar Farman. “… When during the

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latter part of his life, dog shows became the vogue, his kennel produced dogs as well able to win on the show bench and breed winners, as, formerly, specimens of their strain had been able to hold their own in the dog pit.” The Hallberger’s correspondent, the German poet Ferdinand Freiligrath, described his 1876 tour of the Canine Castle in detail, noting there were some 400 dogs on the premises, and marveling at the sheer variety on display. “Domiciled in great wooden houses, carefully littered down, are superb specimens of other great dogs. Mastiffs, with their black muzzles, and

soft, lowtoned bark; deep-voiced bloodhounds, with great hanging lips, and eyes placed close together, giving them a curiously-vicious aspect to the highest type of the hound …” he wrote. “Magnificent deerhounds, rough of coat, shake their long limbs, and ask with their beautiful eyes for a word of encouragement.” Freiligrath noted that “every variety of sporting dog has its representative” – in one kennel, a pack of Foxhounds; in another, pointers, setters, Otterhounds, Clumber Spaniels and water spaniels. One whole stable was occupied by Bull Terriers, “of all sorts and sizes, revealing more or less in their conformation their relationship to the grand old English bull-dog.” Fox-terriers, just beginning to gain in popularity, were also at hand, “game as a pebble, and sharp as a steel trap.” As for Toy dogs, “tiny pets of all kinds” abounded, from Maltese with silky coats to Italian Greyhounds to Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, which Freiligrath eerily described as “hydrocephaliclooking.” “The chorus raised by the canine magnates of the yard is almost deafening, as ‘Old’ Bill George passes from one to the other, giving a word of kindness here, and a friendly pat there,” he observed, “expatiating by the way on the ‘points’ of the various animals.” George’s business card bore a Bulldog’s head as a crest, and that was quite intentional. Though he sold and bred many breeds, it was with Bulldogs that he made his mark. Indeed, George eventually expanded the breed’s size boundaries in both directions, setting the course for the heavier, modern English Bulldog, and preparing the stage for its diminutive French cousin. In 1840, George imported a Spanish Bulldog, a distinct breed of fighting dog that was known as the Alano on the Iberian PeninCONTINUED ON PAGE 240

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sula. Significantly larger than the English Bulldogs of the time, the 90-pounder was a brindle pied, and his head was so impressive that George named him “Big Headed Billy.” (Unable to part with the spectacular headpiece, George had it taxidermied, and displayed it in a glass case in the Canine Castle. Indeed, his home was a mini-museum, with stuffed dogs in the windows, and engravings and paintings of dogs covering the walls.) Later in the 19th Century, still more of the Spanish dogs were imported, eventually leading to the formation of the Bulldog Club to save the British Bulldog from the “impending introduction into its veins of blood of the Spanish milk-cart dog.” Billy was a success in the whelping box, and by no coincidence he was the grandsire of George’s famous white Bulldog, known as George’s Dan. Weighing in at an impressive 65 pounds, Dan was sold for the then-astronomical sum of £100, roughly $15,000 in today’s dollars. (Press accounts tell us that after the purchase, Dan’s young new owner took him to Long’s Hotel on Bond Street, described as an establishment where “the fastest and best men in London lounged in and out of the coffee room from breakfast time till well on in the afternoon, and smoked, drank champagne, talked horsy, and swore loudly.” Perhaps in keeping with the com-

pany, Dan jumped through a pane of glass, though he managed not to injure himself.) In Hallberger’s, Freiligrath waxed on about heavyweight Dan and his descendants, “who receive us with a mighty clamour, as we step into the yard. They are ferocious in aspect, these mighty bull-dogs, but by no means truculent in disposition, being, in fact, a living proof that it is not always safe to judge by appearances. Their loud barking and tearing at their chains is mere sound and fury, signifying nothing but the naturally doggy desire to be spoken to, patted, and caressed.” The dogs were white – “or rather pink, for the most part,” he qualified. “They nearly all boast a patch of brin-

dle, most lovely when placed over the eye or at the base of the tail – beauty spots bequeathed to his descendants by the patriarch ‘Big-headed Billy.’” Other than Dan, several of George’s Bulldogs are writ large in breed history. Among them was King Dick, bred by Jacob Lamphier of Birmingham, who paid a tidy sum to buy him back from George once he saw how well he turned out. The fallow-and-white bitch Lola Montes refused to breed for quite a long time – until George turned her loose in the kennel, after which she became an enthusiastic matron. While George was celebrated for his line of “heavy weights,” he was also known for his “Toy Bulldogs,” which might have been too popular for their own good.

In the 1860s, smaller, lightweight Bulldogs were quite common – “so much so that dogs of the breed that scaled over 28 lbs were not encouraged at such shows as Birmingham, which was at that period the most important exhibition of its kind in England,” explained an 1899 issue of Country Life magazine. “Then by some freak of fashion the Toy Bulldog became all the rage in Paris.” Enter George, who began receiving “carte blanche commissions from French customers” for the small, compact dogs. Thanks to George’s enthusiastic exporting, the magazine harrumphed, “England was denuded of all the best specimens.” Their offspring later returned to England under the banner of a new breed: the French Bulldog. George was also very active in Mastiffs, starting off several Victorian breeders. His popular stud dog, George’s Tiger, was bred by James Wiggleworth Thompson, coming down from his foundation bitch Juno, a brindle with an unknown pedigree procured by a teenaged Thompson from George. Thompson said he gifted the puppy to George as a token of appreciation for the straightforwardness he had exhibited in all their dealings. But the fact that the puppy had severely crooked legs from having fallen and nearly drowned in a tanning pit likely also factored heavily into the decision. George saw beyond the crippling injury to the dog’s much-needed type, and Tiger – so named for his impressive head – reproduced his quality in the whelping box. Mastiff fancier M.B. Wynn, writing in the American Kennel Register in 1885, noted that the stonecolored dogs of the Tiger line were known for their “magnificent heads,” and “jet-black ears and muzzle.” George’s canny ability to find a good dog no matter who bred it also helped produce one of the most famous Mastiffs to first grace the show ring. George procured a breeding pair (appropriately named Adam and Eve) for Captain Garnier at auction, and down from them resulted a male named Lukey’s Governor. Not only was Governor the first successful Mastiff of the modern dog-show CONTINUED ON PAGE 242

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era, but in 1867 he was chosen to illustrate the breed standard. To be sure, George had his detractors, among them Wynn, the American Mastiff fancier. “Bill George himself, like many modern London breeders, was somewhat cramped for room, and having a number of dogs on the ground, his home-reared puppies were neglected, not getting sufficient exercise and liberty,” he wrote, “the result being that his mastiff-breeding operations were, I believe, anything but satisfactory.” If anyone else took issue with his methods, few were willing to cross George and risk falling from his graces. In his 1907 story, Finch Mason explains that artists were frequent visitors to the Canine Castle, where they would procure models for their paintings. He recounts how one member

of the Royal Academy of Arts ventured to George’s dog yard to find a Bloodhound for that purpose, bringing along another animal painter to help him select. When they arrived, George was not there, and so his son Bill Jr. showed them around. “Several bloodhounds were on view, but not one of them good enough,” Mason explained. They were about to leave when they encountered a returning George, “who, on hearing the story, severely rebuked his son for insulting an old customer … by showing him the lot of rubbish he had.” George led the two men to a stall where they saw a magnificent Bloodhound resting on the straw. The dog had been sold to a foreign buyer, which is why young Bill had not mentioned him. He was also, one of the artists realized, a dog that had been recently stolen from one of the country’s most accomplished painters. Since the shipping date was a week away, George arranged to have his son bring the dog to the studio for a sitting every day at 11 a.m., and then return with him to the Canine Castle. Now the artist that was a longtime customer of George’s – the article does not clearly indicate which of the two it was – had a dilemma. “Not only desirous of restoring the lost dog to his rightful owner, who was nearly broken-hearted at its

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loss,” Mason wrote, “he was still more anxious not to quarrel with Bill George, who would naturally decline in future to supply him with any more canine models if he became aware that he had been ‘split’ upon ...” The matter required great diplomacy, and so a strategy was planned. After the third day of sittings, as young Bill George, Jr., walked the Bloodhound back home, puffing contentedly on his pipe, the dog’s owner conveniently happened to pass by in his carriage. “The plot succeeded admirably, every detail being carried out to the letter,” Mason reported. “Young Bill, completely taken by surprise, was highly indignant at first, and flatly declined to surrender the dog at any price. An invitation, however, to settle the matter by arbitration at the adjacent police-station somehow did not fall in with his views, and in the end he reluctantly handed over his precious charge to the owner.” The Bloodhound’s shady provenance seems to be the exception rather than the rule in George’s dealings, and perhaps he had no idea that the dog was stolen goods; otherwise, it is unlikely he would have paraded him so publicly. Indeed, George’s reputation as an honest trader and a brilliant dog man perseveres through the decades, and – in the occasional Wikipedia reference – even the centuries. It was, perhaps, all he had left: George died in 1881 on a downward turn of his luck, leaving a paralyzed wife who was so poorly off the editor of Sporting Life magazine organized a collection for her. But as far as debts are concerned, George and his contemporaries are owed an incalculable sum of gratitude for helping steward the dog breeds we treasure today. “He was a character in his day and generation,” read his obituary in the Kennel Chronicle. “He is described by one who knew him as a sturdy, straightforward, honest dealing man, and known to be trustworthy by all who came in contact with him. Bill George remained an honourable man in a business which abounded with temptations.”


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dogs and Bill grew up with Boxers, which he showed in Junior Showmanship. After graduation he took an internship at the SPCA in Spring eld, Massachusetts, where he met his future wife, Tina. Tina was born and raised in Costa Rica and at the age of fteen she and her family moved to Brooklyn, New York, and then to Spring eld, Massachusetts, where she attended Spring eld College. It was there that she met her husband, Bill, in 1973. In 1978 she was given a Boxer named Kizzy as a gift from Bill’s sister, and Bill encouraged her to show. It was not long after, that Affenpinschers also became a part of the Truesdale household. The Truesdales do not maintain a kennel, as they have found that Boxers are not an easy breed to keep in a kennel. Therefore, they breed only one litter a year, most of which are placed in private homes. Currently they house three to four Boxers and three Affies. As a breeder of these diverse breeds Bill developed a passion for fertility and reproduction, and has become a leader in the eld of canine gynecology. He is an expert in helping breeders achieve their goals in preserving pedigrees and participating in the creation of future generations of their breeds. Both Bill and Tina are active in The American

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Boxer Charitable Foundation where Bill was Co-Founder and is currently President. Tina was also a Co-Founder and is a Trustee of that organization. Bill is also a Director of the AKC Canine Health Foundation, where he is a member of the Grants Committee. Tina is a master fund raiser for the AKC CHF as

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well as for the ABC Charitable Foundation. The Boxer Foundation is a major contributor to the AKC Canine Health Foundation, through which most of their research money is funded. There are some genetic issues within the Boxer breed to which their Foundation has contributed a large amount of money to CHF. Through the work of the Boxer Foundation, spearheaded by the Truesdales and others, the Charitable Trust has been able to donate thousands of dollars for research done through the AKC Canine Health Foundation. The key to being able to raise a great deal of money in a short time (the Boxer Charitable Trust was founded in 2002) is the recognition by breeders that the problems that face the breed today are so pervasive that without taking action, the breed would be in serious danger of survival. With the assistance of the AKC Canine Health FoundaCONTINUED ON PAGE 244


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tion’s scienti c arm, genetic mutations have been discovered which enable breeders to make knowledgeable decisions about breeding choices. In this eld, the Truesdales have been in the forefront in their own breeding program. Through his professional career, he has been able to assist breeders in making informed choices in their selection of breeding stock. Tina has become interested in the promotion of breeds other than her own. Her artistic eye and study of form and function has enabled her to select dogs that she admires and present them, through her handlers, Kimberly Pastella Calvacca and Ernesto Lara, to the public and to fanciers of those breeds as good examples. One of the dogs she presented within the past ve years was the Harrier named Coda. She admired this dog for his type, size and ability to move correctly. She said, ”I am a huge critic of badly constructed dogs.” Her most famous dog is the Affenpinscher, Banana

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Joe. He is a descendent of her line of Affens bred under the pre x Yarrow-Hi-Tech. Tina says that “Joey” represents generations of quality breeding with emphasis on breed type and structure. “His win at Westminster was a culmination of those qualities. Plus, he was the consummate show dog!” As a promoter of breeds other than Boxers and Affenpinschers, Tina carefully selects the people with whom she establishes a professional working relationship. When she acquires a dog, she has already done her research on the breeder/owner of dogs she wishes to campaign. A contract is agreed upon, listing the terms, conditions and resolution once the dog’s show career is over. “When dealing with ethical and professional people it is not a difficult transition,” she says. “With my team of Ernesto and Kim, I am always looking for the next great one!” “We are proponents of good sportsmanship,” Tina says.” We THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 244

believe that when exhibiting dogs, one is subjected to differing opinions. If our newcomers approach the sport with that attitude, it would enable them to learn from others, and correct what is needed in their breeding programs. Competition is a healthy thing, as long as we learn from our wins and losses.” Our discussion turned to the American Kennel Club and the state of the sport. Tina said that in a diverse group of people there are accomplishment levels for each person. Additional titles represent perseverance for different goals. By awarding these titles, AKC is encouraging exhibitors to ful ll those goals. Bill said, “If it is the intention of AKC to encourage breeders to breed healthier specimens, then it would behoove them to emphasize health clearances when they register their dogs. However, the Parent Clubs are ultimately responsible for monitoring and being pro-active concerning health issues in their breeds. Parent Clubs should, and must, set up their own health standards for breeding.” He went on to say that more breeder education is needed to disseminate research information. “I am a rm believer in working from the grass roots up, rather than from the top down. It is ultimately the breeders’ respon-


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sibility to assimilate information concerning the future health of their breeds. Funding for continuing education for breeders is necessary. The breeders are supporters of the AKC registry, therefore it is in the best interest of AKC to support this effort. Presently, AKC promotes ‘Breeders of Merit.’ However, to make this more valid AKC should promote continuing education for breeders, to include health issues, husbandry and ethics, with at least ve hours of certi cation per year. This continuing education should be required as one of the provisions of being listed as a ‘Breeder of Merit.’” Bill suggested that AKC CHF could play a larger role in breeder education, and that funding by AKC could help accomplish that goal. Both Bill and Tina believe that candidates for the governance of AKC should be people with a long history in the sport of dogs. They should have an in-depth understanding of the intricacies of the dog world and the preservation of the integrity of the pure bred dog. Under the current circumstances, they said, they believe that AKC is doing its best to preserve the integrity of the Registry. “Politics aside,” they said, “let’s not forget why the registry exists, certainly not for personal gain, but for the best interest of the pure bred dog.” Bill is considering whether

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to apply for his judging license, while Tina has no interest in going in that direction. However, she is passionate sharing her knowledge with others and is always willing to mentor a newcomer. They both said, “Our Hi-Tech Boxers have in uenced the breed on many levels. Our dogs have won a number of American Boxer Club National specialties. Many of the sires of these dogs have produced multiple Best In Show THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 245

winners, and National Specialty winners. We are proud of our accomplishments. However, what is most important to us is not the walls lled with trophies and ribbons, but the contribution to canine health, and the preservation of the breeds. In 2010 we were awarded the AKC/CHF President’s award for our contribution to Canine Health. Although we don’t need awards to validate our commitment to our cause, we are most proud of this one.”


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ake The Lead is a remarkable success story. In 1994 a handful of far-sighted individuals turned a good idea into reality, and from its inception the organization was embraced by the AKC dog community. The founding group wisely insisted upon complete client anonymity, but that also led to an aura of mystique surrounding Take The Lead. By 2003, TTL had a growing list of clients, a dedicated Board of Trustees, and a generous bequest which became the seed of an endowment fund. The question became how to grow the organization, expand its good work, while remaining faithful to its mission and the ideals of its founders. Successful charitable organizations must grow, and have turning points traced to visionary board members. These individuals are passionate and persuasive, able to convince the gov-

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erning group that change is “a good thing.” Edd Bivin was an early member of the Board of Trustees, but, in 2003 upon retiring as Vice-Chancellor at Texas Christian University, had more time to devote to TTL. He felt strongly that the organization needed more geographic diversity on the Board, and more public awareness of the national nature of its work. Bringing tremendous fund-raising and organizational skills to Take The Lead, Edd was named Chairman of the Board; founder (and workhorse) Tom Bradley assumed a newly created CEO position, overseeing day-to-day operations in Watertown, NY. TTL’s success has been the result of the efforts of many, but without Bradley and Bivin, it couldn’t be what it is today. Streamlining the operating procedures, Board committees were created, and an Executive Committee was formed, consisting of the officers and committee chairs.

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n 1993, no one could have anticipated how successful Take the Lead would become but I think we all felt that we had to try to do something to alleviate some of the suffering that many of our friends were experiencing as a result of the AIDS virus. Thankfully, twenty years later we have few if any clients with HIV. To date, Take the Lead has distributed over $3,500,000 to our friends in the sport who have suffered from every imaginable life threatening illness. TTL provides financial security to our clients so they can have peace of mind while undergoing treatment. Our twenty year anniversary is a tribute to the generosity of so many members of our wonderful sport. Thank you all. Personally, my involvement with Take the Lead is one of the most rewarding things I’ve done in my life.

Suddenly, Board members found themselves on committees, expected to work together to instigate new and creative fund-raising projects. As Treasurer, Nancy Bosley contributed financial savvy, setting up a sound investment plan. Jeff Pepper, the Board’s original Treasurer, reassumed those duties from Nancy, and continues to present the Board with excellent financial reports. Susan Sprung came on the Board as Secretary, but has expanded her duties to include coordinating electronic and social media. Linda Low created a national membership program which has been a stunning success. Toni Sosnoff chairs the Development Committee, no easy task in these difficult financial times. Founder Pat Laurans continues to organize the annual NY party held in conjunction with Westminster KC, while Mary Miller and I have chaired both the Booth and Events committees. Presently, MariBeth O’Neill has ably taken charge of the booth, while Mary continues to coordinate events, and recently created TTL’s online store. Meanwhile, last November, I inaugurated a monthly electronic newsletter. In 2011, Edd stepped down as Board Chairman, and Pam Beale, backed by years of non-profit and business experience, assumed that role. TTL remains a volunteer Board driven operation, having only one full-time and one part-time employee. Embracing the challenge to help as many qualified individuals as possible, the Board is a cohesive group; we truly enjoy serving together. But, we are also extremely grateful to countless members of the fancy nationwide who provide untold contributions. Together, we’re all “making a difference.”

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ake the Lead is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing support and care for members of our Family—handlers, exhibitors, breeders and judges—who are suffering the devastating realities of AIDS and all other terminal diseases. The Board of Trustees are Thomas H. Bradley, III, Nancy Campbell, Timothy Catterson, Dorothy N. Collier, James S. Holt, Seme Auslander, Edd E. Bivin, Anne Rogers Clark, Muriel L. Freeman, David Frei, Barbara F. Heller, J. Donald Jones, Gilbert S. Kahn, Michael D. Larizza, Patricia W. Laurans, Beverly K. Lehnig, Dorothy M. Macdonald, Jeffrey Pepper, Frank T. Sabella, Eric Steel, Fran Sunseri, Ellen Weiss, and Wood Wornall. At their first annual board meeting, the trustees decided that the net proceeds should be divided into two equal parts, with one half to be planted as the seed of a permanent endowment (to which 50% of future proceeds will be added), a resource that will grow into the future. The other half will be made available for immediate distribution. Each individual situation is unique and the trustees do not want to define what someone needs but instead are determined to discover how to help our friends face their challenges with dignity and live their lives to the fullest. That might mean finding a professional counselor to give guidance, or flying in a family member for a visit, relieving the care giver with a few days of visiting nursing, or even lending a hand with part-time kennel work. We all realize that the money raised by this special event does not buy a cure and sadly, would not adequately cover any one person’s medical expenses. And as thrilled as everyone was with the success of the party, the trustees were even more encouraged by the number of people who subsequently offered, and are continuing to offer their skills and services, time and energy — everything from computer programming, to the use of printing facilities, to volunteering to help find specialists who might see a patient free of charge. Because our connections in the sport of dogs are so strong, we can sometimes almost forget that many of us lead other lives that have or seem to have little to do with the sport at all. This is perhaps our greatest, untapped resource. We are doctors, designers, bakers, builders, salesmen, secretaries, magicians and miracle workers. Take the Lead wants to create a network, identify where there is a need and then find the person, make the connection, or offer the resources that can make the difference. If you need care of know someone who does, if you can provide a service or know someone who can, if you wish to offer your time or make a contribution, please write to: Take the Lead, P.O. Box 134, Redding, CT 06875 or call (315) 782-0434.

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Thomas H. Bradley lll Lead. To qualify for help, a person must have 5 years involvement in the sport, submit a last year’s tax return, and must be able to certify the nature of their medical condition as being such that it meets our criteria. People who qualify are rarely turned down, and help is given as long as we can. There is no requirement to pay us back.” Bradley added, “A lifetime pin is awarded for a $750 donation.” Those lifetime pins are cherished by those who attain them. It can get emotional at times, according to Tom. “Our office manager (Debbie Hill) will sometimes come into my office teary eyed to tell me about the death of a recipient. That’s always the hardest to take. Sometimes right after becoming aware of a need, approving the payments and disbursing some of them, word comes that the client has passed away.” Bradley remarked, “Originally Take The Lead was perceived as the ‘AIDS’ group, but there were other life-threatening situations-terminal illnesses that needed to be addressed. Quickly we expanded to include these. It’s fortunate for us that Edd Bivin stepped in as chairman.” Recently, I asked Tom to look back at his work and tell our readers what he feels has been his legacy with Take The Lead. “Some years I couldn’t remember WHAT I did,” he chuckled. “Executive director, general manager, chairman….we had a lot of work to get started. We worked with a small group of very enthusiastic and involved volunteers. They had to be involved with the day-to-day operations. We’d pull on all our contacts to get things

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done that we needed: accountants, lawyers—anyone that would help us.” He continued, “We had no committees, we just pitched in and did what needed to be done. We had to create the application for assistance, then refined it over the years.” “The application is still seven pages long”, he sighed. Government regulations regarding non-profits unfortunately makes this involved process necessary. I asked Tom about the “brand” of Take The Lead and what was done to create awareness about its work. “Originally TTL was created to assist people who had AIDS. That met with some resistance at the time. Shortly thereafter, we’d get requests about other types of severe/ terminal illnesses. We had to sit down and define what we wanted to do. It is now for ‘life-threatening’ or ‘terminal’ illnesses. We learned as we went along—kind of like dog judging. The ‘brand’ of TTL grew from this redefining. We then had to get this story out to the dog community. There was some confusion because we were perceived as ‘from the East’. Some people think it’s just for judges, or for a certain geographical region, or a specific illness. We don’t limit ourselves that way.” Bradley has watched the interest in TTL grow over the years until now there are many fundraising events held around the country. He commented: “Some kennel clubs hold fundraisers and we don’t even know they’ve done it until we receive their check as a donation.

brought Take The Lead to a new plateau and made a major decision. “After seven years, I came to the conclusion it was time to have a new chairman. I had done what I set out to do, what I felt was important for the organization during my tenure, so a year in advance I notified TTL to start the search.” Does he feel any void? He answered, “I’ve missed it, but I also take great delight in the leadership that has stepped forward since that point. I’ve been in enough organizations to know that new ideas, new spirit, new passions—those things are needed to improve an organization. You have to step aside to let those come through.” Of course, the search for a new Chair was not without Bivin’s participation, although he’s quick to point out it was not his decision to make. “As I went through my final year, I thought about who I believed would be really helpful. I tried to stay out of it as much as I could, but I helped identify a woman who had joined the board two or three years before—Pam Beale. I knew of her passion, her empathy and sympathy and her ability to lead in different ways. So the board picked up on this initiative and unanimously nominated and elected Pam to the position. In my opinion, Pam has become a treasure for TTL. She fits all of those things we needed. She’s great fun, she has a wonderful sense of humor, and she has the ability to lead in a very genteel way. I laughingly say TTL went from a Texas accent to a Boston accent, but I take great delight that she now has the responsibility I held, albeit in a different way. I think the future is bright and wide open for TTL because the board believes so strongly in Pam and is so willing to help follow her to achieve what she thinks is important for the organization.” As with any non-profit organization, fundraising is a major undertaking. I asked Edd about the activities of TTL, especially in recent times, since fundraisers for TTL have become much more numerous. “This is the 20th anniversary, so it’s special. You’ll see a lot of events this year. They may back off of that moving forward and you may see a different direction with regard to fundraising. There’s only so much in the well. You don’t want to drain the well dry, and you don’t want to wear out your welcome asking for financial support. It’s a wonderful thing people have stepped forward in this 20th year celebration. As of this year, we have achieved over 3.5 million dollars in distribution. In a lot of organizations, that’s not a lot of money but in this organization that’s quite a bit. In a 20 year period we went from zero to what we’ve achieved and it’s been so much help to the people who have benefitted from it. So many in our sport have needed this kind of help, and all that money has been directed to our fellow participants in this sport to assist them. This has been OUR sport’s response to the PEOPLE in the sport—and that’s what makes TTL unique. Other than our effort after Katrina and a few other instances where we had a separate fund to use for relief, our focus has been on life-threatening or terminal illnesses/injury.” I brought up the question that has been brought to the fore lately. Could Take The Lead expand its role in

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A Chat With... Thomas H. Bradley lll They’re not huge amounts, but every dollar is appreciated because it helps people find a way to give to the people in the sport. As an organization, we only host the Westminster Kennel Club social event, but all the others are done at grass-roots and locally.” In time, as the scope of TTL grew, it became obvious more structure was needed. Edd Bivin had been on the board, but now he was needed in another way and he met the challenge. Bradley recalls, “When Mr. Bivin took over, he formed committees. His organizational abilities took us to a new level. People found ways to be involved. Those committees have evolved into extremely useful functions within the organization. They are part of our road to success. People like to associate with success. We’re based totally on volunteer support and it’s successful. Now we have schedules for booth support at Westminster.” I asked Tom what he felt has been appealing about his work with Take The Lead over these twenty years. He told me, “Everyone wants to be involved in something that helps others. We can all take pride whether our contribution is large or small that we have a share. We have never had to go outside the sport for support. We have a wide variety of people and geographical areas represented. People from all avenues in the sport are part of what we do. People don’t donate with the idea of ‘someday I might need this’. In fact, our recipients often say ‘I never thought I’d need this’, but they reach a point where they do. I think people support TTL because it’s their opportunity to help and I find helping to make Take The Lead the place where they can go to share with others very appealing.” The question comes up at times about expanding the role of Take The Lead to address other hardships and disasters. Bradley acknowledged there are certainly other cases of need besides illness. “The problem we face, though, is that there are so many difficult situations that if we tried to cover them all we’d be broke in a month.” He continued, “With the resources we have available, we have tried to maintain a focus on the specific needs we’ve identified for which we can provide a measure of relief.” Could the role ever be expanded? “That would take an in-depth review by the board to determine if it’s feasible”, he said. Our sport brings moments where the accomplishments cause our spirits to soar. Those achievements, however, can be fleeting. For Tom Bradley, Take The Lead has become a personal trademark for a man who has made a lifetime career of improving the lives of others around him—not just in the sport of purebred dogs, but in his own community. We all owe a huge “Thank You” to Tom Bradley for his vision and his selflessness in taking the reins in the early years of Take The Lead.

Edd E. Bivin providing assistance beyond what it is doing now? Bivin responded on the practicality of such an endeavor: “We got by

with Katrina because of the seriousness of the situation, but our charter doesn’t allow us to do that on a routine basis. It would necessitate re-chartering and revamping TTL to expand. Plus, when natural disasters such as fires and storms come, the need is immediate and it’s more difficult to organize. It takes a bigger staff to organize such an effort because there’s never any routine in it. TTL has an established process to handle requests for assistance, and we work our way through the process to identify what help we can offer and then care for the recipients of our charity. The scope of TTL is a very personal one. We require an application and substantiation of the particular needs of individuals requesting assistance. Our stipulation is that you have been involved in purebred dogs for at least 5 years, and you establish a need. It’s a very personal thing because we’re helping individuals and it’s the contribution of the general dog fancy that can be applied to the specific needs of individuals. We maintain strict confidentiality. Only the three people on the committee that approve the applications and administer the fund know who the recipients are. We never disclose who the recipients are. Individual recipients may disclose our assistance, but we do not do so.” After serving TTL as chairman for more than 1/3 of its existence (and on the board for almost all of its existence), I wanted to know from Bivin what he felt was the most gratifying part of his service for Take The Lead. You could sense his pride and indeed his passion for how he watched Take The Lead grow in stature and impact: “I think the most

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gratifying thing is seeing the geographic and demographic changes that we’ve been able to achieve. TTL was never restricted to a specific area or to one group of people. We have helped breeders, judges, handlers, owners, doctors, and lawyers—all manner of people. While TTL started in the East, it was never restricted to benefit just those in the East. In the dog world, there was a feeling early on that TTL was primarily an East Coast charity, but in reality it never was. If you look back at the distribution of charity from TTL, you’ll see it has been spread all over this country. It truly has become a national organization and that’s very important to me. It’s also important to me that trust has been built in TTL. People trust the ones who administrate TTL, they trust us to administer the funds they donate, and I think that speaks highly about TTL. I take tremendous pleasure in knowing that. I think Pam Beale is a wonderful steward for this organization.” Take The Lead has flourished under the leadership of these two men, Thomas H. Bradley, 3d and Edd E. Bivin. This is part of what my wife (Helene) once was prompted to suggest as a title for some of my articles—“Beauty Beyond The Ring”. We follow the wins, we enjoy the dogs, but there is also another side to the people we know in the sport. Indeed, we in the sport could not afford to hire these men or the ones who have stepped up to serve on the Board of Take The Lead. The experience, secular skills and know-how of these people is priceless. They have handed a precious gift to the sport of purebred dogs. With the faithful stewardship of Messrs. Bradley and Bivin, Take The Lead has become an organization for which we can all be proud. We all thank you, Tom and Edd, for being part of making this happen.


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ight years ago this Labor Day weekend, I was given a 75% chance of not making it. And, even higher odds of completely losing my right leg. Necrotizing Fasciitis was taking its toll on my body. I was too sick to know what was going on. My dog show family went into action. Friends came from all over the Midwest to take my five Vizslas into their homes. Others contacted Take the Lead. The paperwork was in motion. Self-employed and living alone, my resources would only last a few months. Not near enough for the year I needed them. Returning home was not an option for months. Take the Lead’s action, along with my dear friends, gave me piece of mind to concentrate on healing. The months they stepped in made all the difference. I am eternally grateful. Thank you!

Janet Maas

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or many years I paid my yearly dues to Take The Lead as I had known several people personally whom they had helped. In December 2012 I began to have severe muscle pains. After two visits; one by ambulance to Emergency I was finally able to convince my Physician that this was not arthritis and he sent me to a Rheumatologist. Dr. Wolf began a battery of tests and suspected Hepatitis C was attacking my muscles and joints. When confirmed he referred me to a Gastroenterologist. By this time the bills were starting to pile up. My major medical refused even after protest to pay the ambulance service anything. I was paying what I could monthly to each but then I was hit with the cost of the expensive medicines. I have never really been one to ask for help but my friend Anne Mitchell kept telling me to contact Take The Lead. So I finally went online and applied for assistance. I was amazed at how quickly I was contacted and approved. Take The Lead agreed to pay my hospital and ambulance bills and 3 months of medicine. When I picked up a nasty cough and was referred to a pulmonary specialist I was put on oxygen. Little did I know how much that little machine would cause my electric bill to increase. Take The Lead also agreed to pay two months of my electric bills. They have been a complete God send. I cannot express how much I appreciate their help. It was nice at the Greenville, SC Take The Lead party to be able to thank many Take The Lead officers in person. I also want to recognize Debbie Hill who has been extremely helpful and had to deal with a rather difficult pharmacy.

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ecause of Take The Lead, I have been able to live and see my children all graduate high school. I have seen 2 of my daughters get married and I have held in my arms my first granddaughter and most recently as of July 11, 2013, my first grandson. I have reached my 50th birthday, something 8 years ago I never thought would happen. Still involved in the sport of dogs, I have seen my Australian Terrier win the breed at the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship, the ATCA National, and most recently the breed at Westminster. I hope that many more memories are in the making because without Take The Lead, these special moments would never have been possible. Thank you Take The Lead, because of your help, I am HERE!

Sue KlinckhardtGardner

hings were really bleak. The day before, the doctor had told me that my husband, Emil Klinckhardt, had only three weeks to live. The cancer had spread out of control and we were out of options. The fact that he had told me meant that I had to be the one to tell Emil. That had been the hardest conversation of my life. On that next morning, I sat in our kitchen and started to open the stack of bills that had been accumulating on the counter. Up to that point, we had both assumed that he would take care of the bills as soon as he felt better. Emil was an old school kind of man. Paying the bills was his job, keeping the house was woman’s work. Even now, as I write this, it makes me smile, but it worked for us. The more envelopes I opened, the more I realized that we were in big trouble. During his illness, of course, he couldn’t work, and my Arizona teacher’s salary left much to be desired. As I worked my way through the mound of bills, I put each one into a “I can pay this” stack, or a “this will have to wait” stack, or the “what in the world am I going to do with this” stack. I was just reading the letter from the mortgage company threatening eviction by the end of the week (yes, really), when the phone rang. Emil was no longer able to answer the phone, so I picked it up. “Hi Sue,” said the voice on the other end. “This is

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“This organization was created to assist dog people who are suffering from life threatening or terminal illness. The people need to be members of the fancy to be eligible.”

Mari-Beth O’Neill. I just called to see how Emil was doing.” As I poured out the story, she quietly listened until I was finished. “Sue,” she said, “I’m going to give you a phone number and I want you to call and tell the person who answers just what you told me.” “Who am I calling?” I asked her. “You are going to be talking to Pat Laurans,” she replied. “And why should I do that?” I asked. Mari-Beth answered, “I think you might be a good candidate to get assistance from Take the Lead.” Remember, this was in 1995, and Take the Lead was still pretty new. I had heard of it, but really didn’t know what it was for or what it did. “But, Mari-Beth,” I wondered, “Why would they help us?” “This organization was created to assist dog people who are suffering from life threatening or terminal illness. The people need to be members of the fancy to be eligible.” Then, with her characteristically take charge kind of manner, she said, “Now, hang up so you can make the call. I’ll talk to you later.” I sat looking at the phone for a few long minutes, wondering if I should really call. Then I saw the eviction notice lying on the counter and I thought, “What do I have to lose?” Pat turned out to be one of the nicest, most caring people I had ever encountered. After hearing my story, she told me how to apply for help. I filled out the paperwork and faxed it off to the Take The Lead office, sending copies of the bills as requested. The next day, late morning, I got a call from the office, the mortgage payment was up to date and I would be receiving a receipt from the company in the mail. I couldn’t believe it. In 24 hours, I had been rescued. I hadn’t even had to tell

Emil that we might be living in a cardboard box under the train tracks. He never knew how close we came to disaster. I was also told that, when the time came, I should send the office the bill for the funeral expenses and it would be taken care of. And it was. At a time when the world was falling down around us, Take the Lead stepped in and made a terrible time less painful. It was done anonymously. No one would have ever known that Take the Lead helped us if I hadn’t said anything. I have never kept it a secret. This was certainly one of the kindest things that has ever happened to me and I will shout it from the rooftops if I get the chance. I proudly wear my pin every year and never hesitate to tell people our story. Thank you, again, Take the Lead. You are the best.

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t the age of 39 I was diagnosed with NonHodgkins Lymphoma and was in stage 4. The shock and devastation of finding out I had cancer was overwhelming and then the thought of not being able to work sunk in. At this point, it was suggested by 2 dear friends that I reach out for help from Take the Lead. At which point the relief of knowing my bills for daily living were not going to be a burden on me and I can’t thank Take the Lead enough for the help and assistance they gave me at a time of unexpected need. Cancer free now and the love of pure bred dogs still runs through my blood and I thank everyone for supporting this wonderful organization.

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n December of 2008 during the ice storm I dialed 911 and told them I was having a heart attack. The ambulance arrived and off I went to the hospital. The local hospital could not help me so I was transferred to a major hospital 25 miles away. Doctors put me into a coma so they could work on me. As it turned out they did not expect me to CONTINUED ON PAGE 254

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live. I was on total life support. Three weeks later they took me off life support and brought me out of a coma. Surprisingly I lived and off to rehab I went for 6 weeks. I was in a wheel chair and walker when I left rehab. Friends came to my rescue and stayed with me but the bills were mounting up. I applied to Take the Lead and for a year they took care of my bills. Electric, car payment, phone, insurance. Without them I would not have made it. I am now showing dogs again and supporting myself again. It is an amazing organization and people should know some of the people they help. I am one of the many.

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s a recipient of Take the Lead funds I am happy to tell you my story of how the organization helped tremendously. On November 2, 2012 I was hospitalized with a life threatening blood clot that that caused me to bleed out and loose half of the blood in my body. Fifty-two blood transfusions later I am here by the grace of God. After spending two months in the Hospital I was left with half a million dollars in medical bills and a way to figure how to begin my recovery process. An

avid dog shower for more than 20 years I was faced with the decision of whether not to get rid of my dogs. Not able to walk or care for myself upon being released from the hospital all I could think about was how I was going to make it. A good friend of mine named Missy Crane from Signature Shih Tzus had come down and picked up a couple of my dogs to care for them while I was still in the hospital. She told my mother to contact Take the Lead as she was very familiar with the organization and how they helped dog show people. My mother contacted them and filled out the application process for me. Within a week they had an approval and were able to pay my bills for 4 months. This was such a relief as it gave me time to concentrate on my health without worrying about the bills piling up. Since I was 18 years old I have been a huge fan of this dog show community. However I had often listened to my family fuss on how much money and time I spend on this hobby. After what Take the Lead did for me my family is still to this day in disbelief about the generosity. Form the bottom of my heart my gratitude toward this wonderful organization will forever be deeply rooted. It is because of them that Motown Shih Tzu is still here today….

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recognition of a name such as Peter Green or Beth Sweigart. However, if I mention Coco (Eng/Am Ch Cracknor Cause Celebre)….well, you just might remember with delight the wonderful little Norfolk Terrier that won mightily in her show career as she was handled by Peter and Beth. Pam Beale co-owned Coco along with Stephanie Ingram and Elisabeth Matell. Pam’s involvement in purebred dogs began over 20 years ago when she obtained her first Norfolk Terrier. Her associations and many friends speak well of her participation in the sport—and much could be written about that. Our interest, though, is this very special part of her life in which she has offered her considerable skills and business experience to Take The Lead, all to help the people in our sport who need help they never thought they would have to ask for. Pam’s happiness is infectious. Speak to her for a few minutes and her bright manner and ready laugh will lift your spirits. She’s a person who can impart an upbeat, positive atmosphere. It’s no wonder she suits the position of chairwoman of Take The Lead so well, and indeed why she has such enthusiastic support from the board and volunteers of TTL. Born in Marblehead, MA, she is one of four children. “I have one sister and two brothers,” she told me. “I attended Lesley University, and obtained a BA there.” Together with her husband of 35 years, John and Pam own Cornwall’s (www. cornwalls.com), a pub in Boston. “We’re just down the street from Boston University and Fenway Park,” she commented. We had a good laugh about the proximity of two venues that surely keep Cornwall’s beer sales robust. The background Pam has in the hospitality industry has transferred well to her work with Take The Lead. “I enjoy

event planning,” she observed. “We’ve put a lot of effort into events for TTL to augment our fundraising efforts.” Pam’s involvement in Take The Lead began with an act of generosity by Dorothy Collier. Pam recalls, “Dorothy offered to bring a dog back East from California for me. She transported it on a flight she was taking, and wouldn’t accept anything for the kind gesture. So, I made a donation to TTL to show my appreciation.” John, through Eastern Dog Club, became an early supporter of TTL. Pam’s involvement began with volunteer work and eventually she was invited to become a board member. “I have so much appreciation for the people I’ve worked with in Take The Lead.” She continued, “To think that our sport through a purely grassroots effort has collected and distributed 3.5 million dollars to those in need fills me with deep gratitude. You see how it grows and grows. It helps restore your faith in the innate

that people have, and their strong desire to help others when they know they can do something, even in a small way, to help.” Beale’s list of gratitude doesn’t stop there. “The founders of Take The Lead are wonderful, generous people who saw a need and worked to establish an organization that responded to that need. In turn, we have all been awed by the generosity of everyone who supports TTL. No matter what people can do to support TTL, even small donations or their generous gifts of time and effort, we are grateful for all of it. It’s very important to me that we keep TTL in the hearts and minds of those in the sport so that we can continue to provide assistance for a long time to come.” An initiative Pam has worked on,

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along with Mari-Beth O’Neill, has been the Take The Lead booths appearing at many show sites. She had this to say about this effort: “I personally enjoy working the booth and events. I like to meet people and thank them, in person, for their help and support. I also like to encourage people to participate in any way they wish. I like them to know we are grateful for their time, money, raffle items --anything they would like to donate is greatly appreciated. I believe it is important to continue to reach out and educate new members of our sport so they are aware of our existence and the help we provide. The traveling booth provides us with these opportunities.” Mari-Beth is continuing to head up this effort—for sure a commendable labor of love on her part. More than just an “information station,” the Take The Lead booth has become a social gathering spot at shows. Beale observed, “People appreciate having us at shows. We are probably doing more than 20 a year. Mari-Beth and I still man the booth at many of these places, but we draw on all the TTL volunteers to staff the booth when they can. The booths become a collecting point for people at shows where we can share camaraderie, visit, have fun, and share the vision of TTL to help others.” She continued, “It provides a place where we can share our social connections. It allows people to make a modest donation that is always gratefully accepted. People need to feel that their $10 donation is just as important as a $10,000 donation—because it truly is. It means they share our vision and desire to help others who are in need.” As Take The Lead matures, there has been speculation regarding its outreach. Could Take The Lead’s mission be expanded to include more than life-threatening or terminal illnesses? I asked Beale that question. Her reply: “Our original charter dictates what we’re doing now, but we try to stay relevant. The Board reviews this from time-to-

time, and certainly there are more types of individual, personal needs that could be considered. On the larger scale, though, there are other organizations that help in disasters, so it’s a question of whether we duplicate other efforts, or stay uniquely focused.” For Pamela Beale, holding the reins of Take The Lead is a natural extension of how she lives. While dogs and the dog world are important to her, it is not ALL there is to her life. Obviously, running a very successful restaurant in a high-traffic part of Boston would easily occupy all the time and attention of most people. Pam has found a way to squeeze all that into one corner of her life, then add the dogs, add Take The Lead, add her farm in New Hampshire, and then add a bit more. “I’ve been a community activist and fundraiser in Boston since 1987,” she told me. “I believe if as business people we’re asking the community to support us, then we need to be active in giving back to the community.” The list of involvement in community activity is as long as your arm. Seriously. Since 1987, Pam has been the President of the Kenmore Association, a local business association. She also is a Boston University Task Force Chairman, serving as such since 1991. She is on the Citizens Advisory Committee for Air Rights Parcels 7-10, appointed by Boston Mayor Thomas Menino. But wait! That’s not all! She served on the Fenway Planning and Zoning Committee (20012003); the Strategic Development Study Committee for the Creation of the Civic Vision for the Massachusetts Turnpike (1998-2000) – both appointments from Boston Mayor Thomas Menino. Had enough? She hasn’t! She also serves on the Strategic Planning Committee for the Boston Police Department Area D-4, is a Member of the Business Community in Kenmore Square, a City of Boston Homeowner, an Election Volunteer, a Project Place THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 256

Fundraiser, an organizer for the Annual Kenmore Square Holiday Celebration and Dinner for the Elderly, as well as an organizer for the Annual Kenmore Square Street Fair. Bartender! Get me some of what she’s drinking. I just needed to book a vacation after I wrote these last two paragraphs. Pamela encompasses the spirit of many of those who pour their hearts into causes such as Take The Lead. We in the dog community owe a huge debt of gratitude to a person this involved in things, someone who is this BUSY, yet has time to assume a leadership position in an organization such as TTL. We all benefit. We couldn’t afford to hire someone like Pam. But she does it freely, out of her generous and kind spirit. What made her this way? She told me, “My parents were very generous and caring people who gave freely of their time and resources, so those values were instilled in me from a very early age.” Here’s to more parents like that. What a world it would be….. Pam hopes to keep TTL in the hearts and minds of all of us in the sport. She wants to keep building on the noble efforts of her fellow Board members and the work of Tom Bradley and Edd Bivin. She truly sees the value of TTL as an organization that provides security and peace of mind. As she told me, “It’s a safety net that is there when people in our community need it.” This gangly teenager, Take The Lead, has arrived at a moment in time when what is done now will shape the future for many years to come. Under the leadership of Pam Beale, Take The Lead will continue to prosper and thrive. We all owe a big “Thank You” to people such as Pam, and certainly we owe our efforts large and small to support the work she and her Board are accomplishing for the good of all of us in the dog fancy.


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before I got Gunner. Now, when people come up to me and ask questions about him, I’m happy to tell them about the important role played by specialty service dogs,” she says. The benefits Ramirez derived from having a specialty service dog don’t end there. Because of Gunner, she was able to return to school fulltime and currently is completing the requirements to earn a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design. Although she knows she’ll never be the same person she was before, thanks to Gunner, she has hope that one day most of the trauma she experienced can be left behind on the battlefield and she will be able to lead a more normal life. “Things are still difficult for me at times because there’s no instant fix that makes everything okay,” Ramirez says. “But I wouldn’t be able to do the things I’m doing today without Gunner. He gave me my life back. He gave me a purpose and a reason to go on.”

A specialty service dog accompanies a Marine to the ceremony where he was awarded a Purple Heart.

Freedom Dogs

Gunner was placed with Ramirez by Freedom Dogs, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in San Diego, CA. It trains specialty service dogs to assist wounded warriors by helping them learn to cope with PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), or other lifealtering conditions and injuries. The organization accomplishes this task by pairing them with a specialty service dog and its trainer on a short term, intermittent or, if need be, permanent basis. “Our goal is to assist wounded warriors in their recovery by helping them reintegrate into society as a whole mentally, physically and socially,” Head Dog Trainer Beth Russell says. She also is the organization’s founder and a former critical care nurse at the Surgical/ICU Trauma Unit at the University of California, San Diego Medical Center. The Freedom Dogs Program has proven to be highly successful. So much so, there have been no suicides by the young men and women, who particiCONTINUED ON PAGE 258

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A wounded warrior enjoys a game of miniature golf, while accompanied by a specialty service dog.

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pate in it, despite the fact many of them are at high risk. The organization began in 2006 with the goal of assisting returning warriors with mobility issues by providing them with specialty trained service dogs. However, it soon became apparent there was an even greater need for assistance with less visible disabilities such as PTSD and TBI. In 2008, Russell submitted a program proposal to the Marine Corps Commandant at Camp Pendleton in CA. He was so intrigued by the concept; he ordered a six-month pilot study to test its effectiveness. The results of the pilot study so exceeded expectations in terms of the change in the participants’ level of self-esteem and self-efficacy, the Commandant asked that the program be continued.

A Unique Approach

Typically, service dog schools place each dog they train with one client on a permanent basis. The Freedom Dogs Program is unique in that it only places service dogs on a permanent basis with about 15% of its clients. After completing the program, those remaining are rehabilitated to the extent they’re capable of returning to active duty, or resuming civilian life without the assistance of a service dog. “When a wounded warrior joins our program, there is no immediate expectation that a dog will be placed with him or her on a permanent basis,” Russell says. “That’s because immediately placing a service dog with someone dealing with PTSD, for example, isn’t necessarily a good idea. The care and handling of a service dog can be very stressful for individuals having difficulty just caring for themselves. The added responsibility can be so stressful, it sets back their progress.” Instead of having a dog immediately placed with them on a permanent basis, wounded warriors first

progress through the multistep Freedom Dogs Program. Initially, this involves meeting with a dog and trainer team. Next, it progresses to attending weekly sessions where they learn how to train, handle and care for a specialty service dog. From this point they move on to going out in public accompanied by a dog and trainer team whenever they attend appointments, sporting events, family-related activities, etc. “This is key to the rehabilitation process because most of these men and women never leave their house or apartment,” Russell says. “That only intensifies their sense of isolation and further slows their progress.” During the final phase of the Freedom Dogs Program, independence is stressed, i.e., a dog is allowed to accompany a serviceman or woman without a trainer and is returned at the end of the scheduled appointment, event or activity.

The Benefits

Freedom Dogs Program participants are referred to the organization by the medical care providers at the Wounded Warrior Battalion Center at Camp Pendleton. “Often, we are sent the men

and women who aren’t responding to traditional methods of rehabilitation or treatment. They may have anger issues or their relationships with family members aren’t progressing as well as they should be. A large percentage of them are at risk for suicide,” Russell says. Specialty service dogs make it possible for these wounded warriors to do things they were previously incapable of doing. “With a Freedom Dog at their side, they’re able to attend their child’s programs at school, sporting events, or even a ceremony where they’re presented an award,” Russell says. “Before our program, many had such high level anxiety it kept them from attending the ceremony where they were awarded a Purple Heart.”

Longer, More Complex Training

Other kinds of service dogs are trained to perform specific tasks related to assisting a person with a particular disability such as hearing loss, blindness, epilepsy, etc. “Each of our specialty service dogs is trained to work with multiple servicemen and women, who may have similar or differing disabilities. As a result, our dogs must be trained to perform assistive behaviors related to multiple disabilities. In terms of physical disabilities, they are trained to assist by retrieving objects for wheelchairbound wounded warriors. For those who have trouble rising to a standing position, the dogs are trained to ‘brace’ so warriors can steady themselves by holding onto the dog as they stand up. Those who have balance issues hold onto the dog’s harness while walking to prevent falls,” Russell says.

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A wounded warrior works on eye contact with three dogs in training.

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“Some dogs have the natural aptitude to become a successful specialty service dog, but most are better suited to being a pet.” wounded warriors have high level anxiety as already mentioned. Often, that makes them extremely sensitive to other people entering their personal space. As a result, they have trouble interacting with people when approached. To help alleviate this issue, specialty service dogs are trained to act as a buffer. “The dog creates a barrier between the wounded warrior and the other person by unobtrusively stepping between him and them,” Russell says. “If the approaching person keeps coming, the dog moves toward him and thereby increases the distance between the two.”

sist different individuals with different physical or psychological disabilities. That makes training them more complex and timeconsuming than training other kinds of service dogs. That, in turn, means it’s more expensive, i.e., the estimated cost to train a specialty service dog is $50,000.

Puppies

A Freedom Dogs Program trainer and a specialty service dog accompanies the Marine, with whom they were teamed, to the Marine Corps Birthday Ball.

Flashbacks

The dogs are trained to assist those, who experience flashbacks related to PTSD, by detecting when they occur or are about to. (The dogs detect the onset of a flashback by noticing changes in the wounded warrior’s perspiration and respiration rates, etc.) The dogs prevent or stop flashbacks by redirecting the wounded warrior’s thoughts, i.e., they make physical contact with him or interrupt the flashback in some other way. “For example, we train our dogs to turn the lights off and on at night in response to the wounded warrior’s behavior. If it’s time to go to bed, the dog waits until he is in bed and doing pretty well before it turns the lights off. Then, the dog jumps into bed and cuddles up with him. If the dog senses he’s nearing the point where he might have a flashback in the middle of night, it jumps off of the bed and turns the lights back on. Once he quiets down and goes back to sleep, the dog turns the lights off again,” Russell says. Turning on the lights enables the wounded warrior to see who and what is in the room, which effectively stops the flashback. The reassuring presence of the dog also helps enable him to process the experience; then, relax and go back to sleep.

Melissa Ramirez with her family and Gunner, her specialty service dog.

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Freedom Dogs primarily trains Labrador Retriever puppies, most of which are donated to the organization by breeders or sold to it at a reduced cost. “Although we are always in need of dogs to train, we have specific temperament and health criterion which must be met before we accept puppies,” Russell says. “Because it takes 2-1/2 years to train a specialty service dog, we don’t accept dogs that might not have what it takes temperamentally or that might develop health problems which force them to retire prematurely.” While the Freedom Dogs Program accepts puppy donations from breeders across the country, one of its representatives first travels to their kennels to evaluate their puppies for the necessary characteristics. According to Russell, there are many wounded warriors who want to buy their own dog and train it to be their specialty service dog. “In those instances, I remind them that people have different abilities and so do dogs,” she says. “Some dogs have the natural aptitude to become a successful specialty service dog, but most are better suited to being a pet.” Freedom Dogs accepts puppies at 8-weeks of age. Unlike other service dog schools, it doesn’t have a volunteer network of puppy raisers, who teach puppies basic commands and socialize them during their first year of life. Instead, each puppy is placed with a Senior Trainer who immediately begins teaching it the foundation behaviors of specialty service dog work. Puppies are trained with posCONTINUED ON PAGE 266


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By June, 2010, Schiller had founded K9s4COPs to raise charitable funds to donate K9s to law enforcement agencies. Ten months later, K9s4COPs received 501(c)(3) non-profit tax-exempt status and on April 5, 2011 four K9s, Boomer, Fozzie, Mikey, and Tamara, were donated to the Harris County Sheriff’s Department in Houston, Texas. So far these four K9s, highly trained in narcotics patrol, have been responsible for confiscating over $177,000 in cash, over 70 kg of cocaine, 830 kg of marijuana + 298 plants, as well as methamphetamine, firearms, and dozens of arrests. In addition to donating dogs to law enforcement agencies in the greater

Houston area, K9s4COPs has placed dogs in Minnesota, Tennessee and Iowa and requests are pouring in from across the nation. K9s4COPs is the largest foundation dedicated to providing K9s to law enforcement agencies in need, having placed over 50 K9s in 25 agencies that include school districts. With the recent spate of shootings on school and college campuses, culminating with the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT that left 28 dead including 20 children, the conversation changed to what can be done to keep our children safe in schools. Part of the answer: K9s4KIDs. “We just launched K9s4Kids in November 2013,” said Executive Director Liz LaraCarreno. “It’s an initiative under K9s4COPs. We already

“The need for such a program is a commentary on the reality of the times we live in.”

provide trained K9s to law enforcement agencies across the nation and the focus on K9s4KIDs is to work with schools to gear up to have a K9 that works in schools. Besides being trained to sniff narcotics they are trained to sniff out explosives and guns as well as ammunition. If you’ve got a K9 trained to sniff guns in backpacks that is an extra tool that an officer has to use to work at a college campus. K9s act as a deterrent. They provide another layer of security. Their presence changes behaviors when brought onto campus.” The need for such a program is a commentary on the reality of the times we live in. “This process created dialogue we weren’t anticipating,” said Lara-Carreno. “Years ago people didn’t ask what kind of security exists in school. These conversations didn’t exist. Now it’s almost expected with what’s been going on the last four or five years.” Since November 2013 K9s4KIDs has placed four dogs: two in Aldine, one in the Angleton Independent School District in Brazos County, and one at Houston Community College. “The K9s have brought in a number of narcotics hits but no guns,” said Lara-Carreno. In February 2014, more dogs will be placed in schools, though it’s not yet known how many. “If we’re gifting a K9 to a school we want to make sure that they’re set up and that they’re safe,” said LaraCarreno. There are some concerns with bringing dogs into schools, such as allergic reactions, but Lara-Carreno said these are easily mitigated. “Dogs are never in a room long enough,” she explained. “They’re not positioned or stationed, they travel from building to building, walking the grounds, allowing the school district to make guidelines on how the dogs are to be used.” To allay fears that some may have of dogs, the officers do demonstrations. Lara-Carreno said, “A lot of schools invite them. The officers do a wonderful job. They show how playful yet responsible and astute the dogs are when given commands.

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“K9s4COPs and K9s4KIDs are committed to being part of a solution that works to keep our communities, schools and children safe and do not believe that budget cuts should get in the way of our children’s safety.” They teach kids that when you see an officer with a dog, ask permission before you touch. They teach how to introduce themselves to a dog. They ask them, ‘If there’s an emergency, what do your dial? Who do you call? The police.’ When police are in trouble, they call a K9.” ffrom rom The dogs comee fr 9 the Houston K K9 eAcademy, which spencializes in law ennd forcement K9s and on executive protection ly dogs. They are mostly rBelgian Malinois, Gergs man Shepherd Dogs s, and Dutch Shepherds,

Executive Director Liz Lara-Carreno at the Tournament of Roses Parade.

which Lara-Carreno described as a “mix of a Malinois and a German Shepherd. It has the brains of a German Shepherd and the speed of a Malinois.” The Malinois is the preferred breed, mainly for its speed (it can run up to 35 mph) and for its smaller size. Lara-Carreno noted that vehicles are getting smaller and they need to be outfitted with special inserts and equipment such as a hot button, which will open the windows allowing the dog to get out in the event the temperature inside is too hot or if the officer is in trouble. Other breeds have also been used, including a Giant Schnauzer that in 2011 detected over a half a million dollars in cocaine and a gun in a backpack in the zip code in which it was assigned. “How important is that to you?” Lara-Carreno asked. “The impact may be subtle to someone who doesn’t live there but it means everything to someone who does.” K9s4COPs and K9s4KIDs are committed to being part of a solution that works to keep our communities, schools and children safe and an d do not believe that budget cuts should get the he way way y of of our children’s safety. in the T Th The K9s cost betw tween $8,000 and $ 1 $15,000, but most ag agencies are not bu budgeted for that kkind i of expense. “A law enforcement “A ag agency might have on dog,” said Laraone Ca Carreno. “If that dog di dies or is killed, or re retired after eight to te years, if they don’t ten ge that K9 replaced get th department goes that aw away. Once that budge leaves you’re never get go going to get that back. Do Dogs age. Doesn’t mean crime is going to stop because the dog is retired.” While most agencies do not budget for the expenditure of acquiring a K9, most can afford the required care, training and transportation of a K9. “The application process is, really more so than a budget question, it’s ‘is this department CONTINUED ON PAGE 262

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prepared to financially care for this K9? For this program?’” said Lara-Carreno. “Tell us about the community you serve. In many of our agencies we have one K9 responsible for a 200-mile radius. In Harriman, Tennessee one K9 does the school and the city. We get a different story from each agency depending on whether they are in a huge school district or a small town.” The dogs and handlers go through a training period, usually anywhere from six to twelve weeks, depending on the experience of the handler, with whom the dogs stay. “Each agency has their own guidelines specified and they all have different certifications by law depending on what state they’re in,” said Lara-Carreno. “The dogs have their own kennel, they live in

homes with officers like they are their own dogs. They may come home and roll around with the kids and be social. But in the morning, they get in the car and the K9 knows it’s time for work. Or, in their case, play.” When the applicant is selected, they select the dog. Lara-Carreno said, “Normally they are shown between five and twelve dogs to determine which dog will be the best fit. Generally it’s ‘Ears up, law enforcement; Ears down, schools’. But I’ve seen both used in both areas. They come in with an idea, ‘I want this gender, this breed,’ some preconceived notions of what will work for them. They’ll give me physical descriptions of dogs and seventy-five per cent walk out with something different. It’s like walking into a pet shop or SPCA and picking a dog, ‘That’s the one.’” The entire operation has been funded through the generosity of individual donors. “We have been funded up to this date purely through individual donations,” said Lara-Carreno, “and a number of our events have been sponsored.” The programs have won many awards, including the American Humane Association Hero Dog Award in 2012 and 2013, and K9s4COPs had a float featured in the 2014 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, CA this past New Year’s Day, which has increased its exposure. “There’s been no shortage of demand,” said Lara-Carreno, who currently has 20 applications from schools. “In 2014 our business model will change. One kennel cannot handle Announcing the the training. We put out Of cial Launch of K9s4KIDs THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 262

a call for kennels and about fifteen responded. We are currently reviewing a list of kennels whose specialty is working with law enforcement.” The growth is not entirely surprising. “We always knew the need was there,” said Lara-Carreno. “But we never want to become a distribution center. We’re not a foundation that writes a check and we never see you again. We continue to support that dog and community. We are about communities and the K9 profession. Part of the grant agreement is we get yearly health check-ups and quarterly stats. The number of assists in apprehensions, narcotics seizures, how many calls the dog was in, the hours the dog trained, that the handler keeps up certification. We want to see how the K9 is being utilized in the community. Officers and Deputies send us pictures all the time of the seizures.”

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hat may be somewhat surprising is that, according to Lara-Carreno, “We are a small team of five. An all woman team. None of us were in law enforcement and none of us are dog trainers. We have surrounded ourselves with a board and experts that have shepherded us through this process. If you had asked me six years ago if I would be doing this I’d say you were crazy. I have one phone dedicated to law enforcement personnel who have allowed me into their world. I know how to look in a dog’s mouth and check a dog’s testicles and feet and see if it’s a good fit. We have a great deal of respect for those that do this on a daily basis. I can’t see myself doing anything else. When someone’s wife tells you ‘my husband came home because of his dog’…” Her voice trailed off; she didn’t need to finish the sentence. If your law enforcement agency, school district or campus police is in need of a K9 and needs assistance, or if you would like to contribute to K9s4COPs, contact 713.523.COPS or email at info@K9s4COPs.com.


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towards animals is not known. The Catholic Church has a saint for every profession and hobby, but few people know there is a patron saint of dogs. He is Saint Roch, a Frenchman who spent much of his life in Italy, where he is known as Saint Rocco. (“Roch” is pronounced “roque” as in roquefort cheese, which comes from the departement where the Roch family lived.) Roch was born in 1295, the son of the wealthy governor of Montpelier. Roch lived in upper-class comfort. When Pope Urban V made a journey there with the goal of keeping the region turned towards Rome as the spiritual center of the Catholic religion, Roch had access to all the masses said by the pope. He was present at state dinners. The holy man had a powerful effect on young Roch. When he was twenty, Roch’s parents died, leaving him with riches and the governorship. But the image of Pope Urban had a powerful hold on him. He decided to make a pilgrimage to Rome. Roch passed his worldly possessions on to his uncle, who by French accounts was floored that Roch would give up such a comfortable life. According to legend, God showed his approval by giving Roch the gift of healing. It was time of the Great Plague, a horrible disease that was decimating the people of Italy. Roch stopped one night at the Italian town of Aquapendente, where he saw people sick and dying all around him. He began ministering to them. His prayers seemed to have a special

healing power. Roch realized that if he sought acclaim for this gift, he would once again be far from his goal of a pious life. So he played down his healing power, and claimed to be an ordinary ministrant. He stopped in Mantua, Modena, Parma, and other cities, ministering to the sick, always with good results. At the small Italian village of Piacerna, Roch once again cured many. But this time, Roch himself fell ill. When he lifted up his robes, he saw that an open sore had invaded his leg just above the knee, a sign of the plague. Roch felt that his time had finally come. He disappeared to a quiet spot in the woods to live out his days. A small dog followed him. The dog left when he fell asleep at night, but appeared the next morning, carrying a loaf of bread. Roch tried to shoo him away, but the dog wouldn’t go. Finally it occurred to Roch that the dog was on a mission of his own. Roch ate the bread, gaining strength. When he fell asleep, the dog was still there, warming him with his furry body, and gently licking the plague sore. With this dog as his source of sustenance, Roch regained his strength. The dog’s wealthy owner took Roch in. After many years in Italy, Roch decided to return to his ancestral home in France. Unfortunately, his uncle was not pleased. Rather than being met with welcome, Roch was imprisoned. This time, there was no small dog to help him. He spent five years in prison, and died there in 1327. When his body was prepared for burial, guards who had worked for his family were astonished to see Roch’s unmistakable birthmark, a red cross, on his chest. He was given the grand funeral that he deserved. People began to pray to him, and sculpt statues in his likeness, always with a dog by his side. Later, another infestation of the plague spread through

Europe. Devout Catholics believed that it was their prayers to Saint Roch that brought it to an end. St. Roch was canonized in 1427, one hundred years after his death. In the center of Paris, close to the Champs-Élysées, stands the lovely Church of St. Roch. It is one of the city’s biggest. A statue outside the door shows a deferential holy man in monk-like robes, carrying a staff. Pressed against his side, his face turned adoringly upward, is a shepherd-type dog. The saint’s hand rests tenderly on the dog’s head. The day I visited, I sought out the sacristan with a question that had been bothering me: What breed of dog saved St. Roch? In Italian paintings, the breed is shown as a Whippet or Italian Greyhound. The priest listened politely to my question, Était-ce un berger ou un levrier? Was he a shepherd or a sighthound? He gave an impatient shrug and told me to go look at the paintings. “It doesn’t matter,” he said. He’s right, of course, but as a Whippet breeder, I’m pleased that the medal I wear around my neck shows a Whippet leaning against St. Roch. Throughout the southern French region of Languedoc, nearly every chapel along the pilgrimage route Santiago de Compostela contains a statue of St. Roch. The loyal dog is always by his side. The cult of St. Roch came to the U.S. in the mid 1800s with a German priest, Father Peter Leonard Thevis, who settled in Louisiana. In 1868, New Orleans was hit with an epidemic of yellow fever. Father Thevis urged his parishioners to pray to St. Roch. When not a single parishioner died, Father Thevis built a Gothic-style chapel and cemetery that was completed in 1876. On the altar is a statue of St. Roch and his faithful dog. There is another saint well associated with dogs, St. Bernard of Menthon, the 11th century monk whose name was given to the breed of giant dogs bred by his followers. St. Bernards still live at the Great St. Bernard Hospice in the Western Alps, but modern rescuers tend to use helicopters to pluck lost travelers from the snow instead of St. Bernards with their flasks of brandy. ****

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“We emphasize the issue of health and welfare,” continued Hoenderken. “About two weeks ago, a big newspaper published an article calling for a ban on the show. We organized Health Plaza to provide information about health. As a vet, I am profoundly interested in this aspect of the dog world and do my best to promote it.” Although quite young, Romy Raeymakers from Belgium has attended the show for several years now with her Spanish Galgo sighthouds. She says: “I’ve always loved Amsterdam! Big rings, especially for the sighthounds, main ring well organized, friendly ring stewards.” “The only negative thing about Amsterdam,” commented Romy, “is that this is a very expensive show with high entry fees, high parking fee, etc. This time, I showed 4 dogs (all on Sunday). Our 2 Galgo puppies: Calathea Zola BOB puppy and Calathea Zeus BOS puppy. I also showed them in brace class and they were shortlisted in the top 6. The deerhound CH. Bibelot Van De Meirse Weiden (owner Mr. Van Iersel) was Amsterdam Winster’13 and BOB. The Irish Red & White Setter BISS WW’11 EUW’13 CH. Taniswood Wicked Lady (owner Hoogendijk) also was Amsterdam Winster’13 and BOB. So all-in-all I would say I’m quite pleased with the results.” Dog News had the privilege of chatting to Mrs. Lilane de Ridder, the BIS judge. “As you know I did the BIS judging of Courtrai recently – this was Belgium’s biggest show this year and of course I was thrilled to get the invitation to judge the BIS of the famous Winner show in Amsterdam, Holland’s biggest show. To compare both shows is

rather difficult, but both have a good amount of sparkle and glory and I think exhibitors feel welcome.” “I was judging three days and I saw a good number of breeds passing in front of me. I appreciated the big rings and I was impressed by the high quality of the Lhasa Apsos.

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“My BIS was a 20-month -old fawn Great Dane. His name: DIAMANTE DELLA BAIA AZZURA suited him well. He is a sturdy, bold male with good substance, a real eye catcher when he moved around the ring. He has a lot of temperament, but he was well controlled and after this presentation I only said ‘Wow – what more do you need to be happy and satisfied?’ “For the reserve BIS I did not go for the Dalmatian (she surely would have been my number 3) but I went for the white-black Japanese Chin Spaniel CH NISYROS AL PACHINO. He is so nicely square in his overall picture and has a lovely head and expression and a very nice coat condition. He already finished under me on Friday as my BOB for the breed. He went around in great style and much dignity and was shown by his handler without any exaggeration and this dog let me bow my head respectfully. “I have done over the years more BIS judging in Holland, but the winner show always is special and I don’t think the committee ever has given the honor to another Belgian judge to do this. They sent a very nice mail in which they specified why they had chosen me, I treasure that mail, but please can I keep these words to myself? (I had tears in my eyes.) You have to realize that I am not the president or general secretary of a national kennel club so I get invited on my own merit, so to speak. “My first time to Amsterdam was as a visitor, then as an exhibitor, afterwards many times as a judge and on some occasions a group judge. The best Winner


show I ever had, was when I arrived, Mitch, my Dalmatian Ch. Brougham Baroness Scarlet as 4th best in show. I think this was 1972... This year they had a completely new team, and as an organizer for many years I realized very much the stress they must have undergone. “It was a pleasure for me to judge Dalmatians since judging your own breed always gives you a very nice feeling. I had an excellent entry and the competition was very strong – I put up a young bitch from intermediate class, who had earlier that year won the Dutch club show – but I had never seen her before. There was a really nice atmosphere around the ring when she took the breed. “Looking forward to next year, of course the new team will have the experience from this year and I am quite sure they make again a terrific success of it – most of our shows are really run by volunteers, so please let us all deeply respect their work!,” concluded Mrs. De Ridder.

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Stockholm last year and decided to meet in Europe every December from then on. Of course we are very happy with the result.” The show committee chairman, Dr. Hoenderken, summed up: “we were a new team and only began working on the show about five months ago. We needed more publicity but despite that had a nice paying audience of around 8,000 so we are all right financially. We are already looking forward to the 125th show next year and hope to celebrate this special occasion with an outstanding event.”

ennifer Stevens and Maripi Wooldridge from Mebane, NC, were extremely pleased with the result they had with Nisyros Al Pachino, the Japanese Chin who won R-BIS. The dog was bred in Scotland by Ian Watt and David Anderson and his sister was top dog in the breed in the UK. He won the 100th National Specialty in the USA and has already sired several champions. “It was time for him to go back to Scotland,” explained Jennifer, “so we decided to enter him for this show without expectations, just because we had to fly in anyway. We flew to

GROUP WINNERS: Group 1: Group 2: Group 3: Group 4: Group 5: Group 6: Group 7: Group 8: Group 9: Group 10:

Welsh Corgi Pembroke BIS: Great Dane Welsh Terrier Miniature Wirehaired Dachshund Siberian Husky Dalmatian: Bracco Italiano American Cocker Spaniel RBIS: Japanese Chin Afghan Hound

Greenwoods Secret Agent Diamante della Baia Azzurra Cunnings Marcus Skin On Skin Vitoraz Anuniaq Legacy April Love Of The Million Hairs Valentino Di Regione Montagnosa Colorfull’s Pride And Prejudice Nisyros Al Pachino Karakush The Meow Factor

owner: W.J. Dijkhorst, Maarn (NL) owner: F. Ottaviani, Aprilia (IT) owner: G. Avvedutti, Besana in Brianza (IT) owner: J. Busta, Praha 10 (CZ) owner: B. Van Gorp, Lille (BE) owner: A.G. Schoenmaker, Gorinchem (NL) owner: C.H. van Holland, Dordrecht (NL) owner: J. Reuvers, Amsterdam (NL) owner: I. Watt, Stonehouse (GB) owner: F.J.D. Tromp, Schijf (NL)

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itive reinforcement and the principles of operant conditioning using a clicker. As a result, the dogs learn that training is fun, which later translates to working is fun. “The dogs think they’re having a party when they’re working with our clients because we train them to enjoy what they’re doing,” Russell says. “Dogs that don’t enjoy working are placed in a good pet home.”

At No Cost

Although specialty service dogs are more expensive to train, the Freedom Dogs Program is offered to military personnel at no cost. Thus the organization’s continued operation is completely dependent upon charitable donations. Currently, it provides assistance to wounded warriors on the West Coast only. Ultimately, Russell hopes to serve returning servicemen and woman nationwide. Your financial contribution can help make that a reality. For more information about the program or to learn how to make a financial contribution or donate a puppy, visit http://www.freedomdogs.org/donate.html.

Our Wounded Warriors Since 9/11, more than 5 million Americans served in the United States Armed Forces. Of them, 50% were deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Hundreds of thousands of these servicemen and women have since returned to the United States. Tragically, a U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs Center for Military Health Policy Research study found that 13.8%s of them have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), while 40% of all Marines return with a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) or PTSD according to the United States Marine Corps. Because these brave young men and women cannot leave the injuries or trauma they suffered behind on the battlefield, many find adjusting to civilian life so difficult they commit suicide. The suicide rate among active duty personnel is one serviceman per day.

A Helping Paw and a Helping Hand Six months ago, a 4-year-old specialty service dog named Logan was placed with Carlos Cruz. The Marine Sgt. was referred to the Freedom Dogs Program after being released from a mental health unit where he was an inpatient being treated for depression, anxiety and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Logan is trained to do specific behaviors that help Cruz deal with these issues. “If I’m having an anxiety attack, Logan is trained to come over and touch me or bump me,” Cruz says. “Sometimes when I have anxiety and repeatedly tell myself to calm down, it only makes it worse. But when Logan bumps me, it helps ground me because it takes my mind off of what I’m feeling and forces me to think about him.” When out in public, Cruz often feels anxious if someone approaches him. In these instances, Logan is trained to create a boundary. “Logan steps between me and the other person to create a barrier. He does the same thing if someone walks up to me from behind. For example, he steps between me and the person behind me when I’m waiting in line at the checkout counter at the grocery store. I don’t have to tell him to do it. He just does it automatically.”

Marine Sgt. Carlos Cruz with Logan, his specialty service dog

Because the yellow lab can be standoffish, Logan was not an easy dog to train for specialty service dog work according to the volunteer trainers at the Freedom Dogs Program. “Logan wasn’t very interested in the trainers or the other people he was paired with,” Cruz says. “But when I came along, it was like he chose me. We have a very strong bond and I can talk to him.” While Logan’s placement with Cruz has been proven key in the wounded warrior’s recovery, the trainers and volunteers at the Freedom Dogs Program played an important role as well. “It starts out as a program but soon everyone involved in it becomes your friend. They’re always there to help if I need something.” (Freedom Dogs’ volunteer trainers play a pivotal role in the rehabilitation process because they develop close relationships with the wounded warriors with whom they’re teamed. As such, they become a non judgmental source with whom these young men and women may confide. Trainers not only must have extensive dog training experience but also receive instruction in how to work with those who have PTSD, TBI, etc. To that end, they work closely with the medical providers at the Wounded Warrior Battalion Center. Like puppies, the organization is always in need of them.)

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and Michaelanne Johnson were named AKC Breeder of the Year. This family has given back so much to the sport. Over the last two summers when the tragic fires devastated Colorado the Johnson family not only lodged many, many dogs, but also other types of people’s pets. When Tony DiNardo awarded “Swagger” Best in the Bred By competition it was a tremendous honor to these super breeders who have been the backbone of the sport as an entire family for so long.

Tis year Winnie Stout

was named AKC Breeder of the Year. Winnie is from the “old school” of breeders. She has always been willing to sell top quality Smooths to people starting out and also to established top breeders wanting to bring in new blood or certain qualities. The vast majority of Smooth Fox Terrier breeders have benefited from her “Quissex” Smooths. Jim Smith, who was AKC Breeder of the Year in 2012, himself has benefited from Winnie. Winnie for over 50 years has concentrated on breeding top quality and has never gotten caught up in the rating systems. The majority of the fanciers today will not remember that in the early days Winnie had Old English and bred a very famous Bloodhound litter in the early 60’s. This litter was called the “B” litter and there were multiple BIS winners from this one litter. Winnie, after 50 years, still enjoys whelping puppies, leash breaking, trimming and handling. We see so very few people of her caliber I the sport today. The legendary Barbara Fallas who sold Winnie her first Smooths would be so proud of what Winnie has

done for the breed and the sport in general. I have known Winnie for over half a century and I and many others cannot express our admiration enough for the great lady.

Being invited to judge BIS

had to be the thrill of a lifetime for Barbara Alderman. She is one of those few people that everyone from all areas of the sport is always glad to see on a panel. She can always turn lemons into lemonade no matter what the situation. I am sure Barbara will admit the only thing more thrilling than the invitation was the seven great dogs presented to her in the final lineup. I know a lot of judges did not envy her responsibility to choose Best and Reserve.

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is thought by many to be the greatest show in the world today. I am sure even Ron Menaker will admit that it has extended beyond his dreams. Eukanuba has to be thanked by all dog fanciers throughout the world for financing this extravaganza. Vicki Seiler and Jason Taylor lead a huge team of Eukanuba staff to make the magic appear. Dennis Sprung has taken over as Show Chair and Michael Canalize as Event Coordinator and cannot be praised enough. Gina DiNardo, James Crowley CONTINUED ON PAGE 268

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and Daryl Hendricks also have to be thanked. Paula Spector known to many of us as “Saint Paula” hopefully is not paid by the hour, otherwise AKC would go broke. Many a time on a Sunday night at a very late hour, I have received emails from “Saint Paula” with details for travel, hotels, etc.

Tere are so many

that should be thanked, but time and space will not allow. The biggest factor on making this event so great are the breeders throughout the entire world. Without so many great breeders we would not have the great dogs competing that makes this show what it is.

PA R T T W O . . .

When Ron Menaker

conceived the idea of AKC holding an invitational show over fifteen years ago even he probably never knew the magnitude it would grow to. The initial show in Orlando in 2001 was an immediate success. During the course of thirteen years the show has gone through many changes including city locations and venues. It has been through the constant changes that the show has only gotten better and better.

In the short span of thirteen years, this show rivals Crufts and Westminster which have traditions dating back well over one hundred years. Because of the constant changes, it has become the most unique show in the world. With the inception of the Bred-by-Exhibitor completion in 2003 the show took on an aspect that no show has ever accomplished. Immediately a large part of the sport became worshippers of the show. There is no show in the world that devotes so much attention to the breeders who are the backbone of the sport. Roughly $80,000 is offered in the bred by competition. It starts at the breed level with $200 being awarded to each winner. The Best in Bred by receives $15,000. This makes for a bred by coming away with a total of $16,700. People hate waiting in lines, but I noticed the winners that were lined up filling out their forms to receive the prize money all had smiles on their faces. I know one couple that was so excited about the $100 they won for BOS they were acting like the hit the jackpot. I’m not sure this made much of a dent in the $50,000 they spent on campaigning their dog this year, but everybody likes to win something. Later in the afternoon they celebrated winning the $100 with a bar bill of over $200. The small amount they won was given to their handler to share in the celebration.

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came in 2007 with the initial World Challenge being unveiled. Eukanuba brings together each year over 40 dogs who have been the top winner in their respective countries. Because of some

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countries being quite small there is a run off between some of these smaller European countries to determine who will go to the AKC/Eukanuba. This means that no other show in the world has so many great dogs gathered to compete together. I think it is this World Challenge that has to be credited for making Eukanuba the most unique and greatest show in the world. Yes, Crufts is the largest show in the world, but does not even come close to the depth of quality gathered for Eukanuba. In 2009, who will ever forget seeing the Bracco Italiano win the World Challenge. “Axel” captured all who watched him on the move and this was a breed very few Americans had ever seen before. I had the thrill of judging him in Switzerland several years earlier. When I awarded him the group it was the first of his breed I had ever seen. It sparked my interest in the breed and I have become a student of the breed.

In 2010, I judged one of the sections

for the World Challenge. When the countries were drawn from the pool, the largest percentage of big winners were in the section I was to judge. There were, out of the 10 competing, several I had given wins to in their native lands. From prejudging mid afternoon my mind raced for hours on which three I would send to the finals. It was not until I had each one do a final lap that I decided which three it would be. I had about five to six hours to think about it. When doing a BIS we only have minutes to think about it.

Tis year was the initial invitational

for the top ranking Owner-Handlers who have accumulated points during the year. When I was invited to judge the NonSporting group, I was under the impression I would just be judging the group and the breeds would be judged at the breed level. It was not until weeks before the show I realized that I would start at the breed level. This program has been offered for two years now. It started in January of 2012, but still very few clubs offer the class. I have only judged it on four weekends in the past two years. Even one of the Field Reps said they have only seen it four times. The class has been a bit confusing because of so many gray areas on who is or who is not eligible to compete. Several show chairs that have judged it have said they would never offer it at their shows. It really takes a very experienced steward to make it work properly. The few times I have judged it have been one way or the other. It went smoothly or was a total disaster. As judges we have no control of it. The dogs that are entered are not marked in the judges book, only in the stewards books. So it is totally up to the stewards. It is very difficult when the steward has never even stewarded before and they announce they do not know how this competition works. I do hope the mechanics can be refined and this completion will be offered at more

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show. The owner handlers get a great deal of enjoyment competing in it. It could get more owner handlers to enter shows that offer the class I was surprised as well as AKC the huge turnout for it at Eukanuba. I believe the entry was about 550 and the completion was extremely strong. Here at Eukanuba it went so smoothly due to the fact that the top ranked owner handlers were the only ones invited. There was no confusion about who was eligible. Sue Vroom was my steward and made the judging run so smoothly. Since this was judged on Friday it helped that people did not have conflicts except the few people who had dogs entered in more than one group or a specialty that was going on at the same time. The level of quality was extremely good in all the seven groups and the lineup for Best showed we have many owner handlers with top dogs. Sheila DiNardo awarded Supreme Owner Handler to Armando Angelbello with his record breaking Min Pin. This lovely bitch was #3 all breeds in the country this past year. She is nearly the all time record holder for a Toy dog ever in the US. Armando and “Classie” are a shining example that an owner handler can compete at the highest levels. Several breeds I judged on Saturday and Sunday of Toys and Terriers and BOB was awarded to owner handlers.

Anoher major change

this year was the Eukanuba show itself was judged over three days. With so many extra events it was always difficult to judge everything in two days. Some of the highlights could not be seen by all due to other events happening at the same time. Having the pre judging for the World Challenge on Friday gave many more people the opportunity to watch this spectacular event. The final run off of the regional winners of the Eukanuba Breeders Sweepstakes also took place. David Fitzpatrick had the honor of judging this. When the “Coventry Pembrokes” were crowned the winner I am sure the “Coventry” team was especially thrilled that the win came from David who has become a legend in his own time.

And one more

major change this year was the venue moved to the larger building in the convention center complex. In the three years it has been at this center it has been in three different buildings. Each move has been a positive move. This does make it harder for the committee moving each year. Sometimes the little things in life are greatly appreciated. The handlers and exhibitors were so pleased to have a grass area near the grooming to exercise the dogs. I must say these areas were kept immaculate at all times. The parking was much closer and the unloading was easier for most people. The building offered much more space for grooming and allowed for much larger rings. No building is 100% perfect. CONTINUED ON PAGE 272

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I did feel the lighting was not as good as at the other two buildings. But most of the judges said they had no problems with the lighting even when doing black dogs. The lighting seemed quite good in the rings I used Saturday and Sunday and for the owner handler classes on Friday.

Tere was a huge

array of food vendors with good quality food. There were plenty of tables and chairs where people could relax and enjoy some quiet time. Some of the vendors were stationed rather far from the rings and grooming areas. I am sure they would have done more business if stationed a little closer. Each night in the arena where the groups took place there was also food and a bar available. Business was so good that Saturday evening midway through the groups the bar ran out of Vodka, Red and White wines. They did not count on the dog show folks as having such a thirst. Yelling and cheering for all the great dogs does make for one’s throat becoming a bit dry. Sunday evening the bar was well stocked. This gave the winners a chance to celebrate immediately.

Tis was the frst time

that Ron Menaker was not show chair. Dennis Sprung was show chair and Jason Taylor of Eukanuba acted as assistant show chair. These two gentlemen had the advantage of working with Ron for the past twelve shows. It is never easy when a show changes buildings. The large team of AKC and Eukanuba rose

to the occasion with the changes. Harry Miller and his huge crew have to be admired for helping to make things go so smoothly both outdoors and indoors. The city or building management wanted all the vehicles moved at the end of each day and to reenter the next morning so they could recollect the parking fees. The three all breed clubs leading up to Eukanuba were able to resolve this problem.

With the E0k120ba

show starting on Friday it added another day to the week. Besides all the special attractions moving to Friday there were also a lot of independent specialties and a Herding group show. Some of the specialties attracted huge entries. I believe Labradors had 140, which was the largest specialty. This meant for all the foreigners and people from far away they had the chance at five majors. Having to start the first show on Tuesday made it hard for some handlers that showed on Monday in California. Several West Coast handlers arrived at 6 AM Tuesday morning. One of them at 8 AM judging. Several of the West Coast handlers had difficulty trying to get there for the Tuesday show. Maybe next year the handlers that show in California can organize a chartered plane to move them from cost to coast overnight. In the long run, I am sure it would work out to be less expensive and more convenient for all. They could get into the festive mood of getting to Orlando and letting the games begin. CONTINUED ON PAGE 274 THE DOG NEWS ANNUAL • 272


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Tis year the “Take the Lead” booth

had a wonderful central location. Due to the very innovative thinking of Marcelo Veras, the booth became especially noticeable. Marcelo hired two very attractive young men to dress as Christmas Elves. Their green and red costumes, complete with white feathered angel wings, could be seen from far away. This attracted a lot of people to stop by the booth. The two young angels or elves were selling raffle tickets and who was going to refuse one of Santa’s helpers. If you bought a very large amount of tickets, they were even willing to fill them out for you. Watching one of the elves writing out so many tickets reminded me of grade school when for detention you had to write your name a thousand times. I was surprised to learn the rental fee for these elves was quite inexpensive per hour. For the low cost of their fee, it generated a lot of revenue for “Take The Lead”. Having the visible presence was especially meaningful at this time of year. It reminded us of what a caring group of people we have within the sport and we act to strangers like they are family. Sometimes emotional support is needed as much as financial support is needed when tragedies hit. Marcelo has said he will help to organize a theme for the “Take The Lead” booth at SBKC this year.

Te biget and most talked about change

this year was the show not being televised. The AKC and Eukanuba felt the live streaming would suffice. The vast majority felt the live streaming

would only be viewed by the seasoned dog community. I am sure not televising it was caused by economics. The network must have felt the ratings were not high enough. However in past years we were told the broadcasting of the show was getting very good ratings. It is a shame that the sport is down to only two shows being televised – Westminster and Philadelphia. We have so many people in the sport that came into it as a youngster watching Westminster. They begged their parents to get them a dog. They also wanted to show their dog like the people on TV. Some even felt they would like to be a judge one day. Dog shows are getting less and less public exposure. We are seeing less and less inner city shows. Detroit cannot even hold a show this coming year. The gate is down at all the shows. So much of the public sees us in a negative light and will not visit a dog show. Eukanuba certainly is one of the greatest shows in the world. How great it would be if we could get the TV coverage back.

It is beause of the constant changes and

additions that Eukanuba has become the most unique show in the world. Ron Menaker has seen a dream come true.

Over thee l1ng th2rteen years one

thing has stayed unchanging. That is Vicki Seiler has not aged a day. The rumor is that at the first Eukanuba she found the Fountain of Youth. Hopefully next year she will share the exact location with all of us.

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