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Volume 4 No. 2

A Bi Monthly Internet Publication


Apr/May 2011

Ch. Rocky Top’s Ballyclare, ROM

(Kilacabar Stand and Deliver, ROM ex Ch. Rocky Top’s Ulster Annie, ROM)

(Clare on her 12th birthday)

2000 BTCA National Specialty Best of Breed & Best of Variety 2000 & 2001 Best White Bitch Silverwood & Best of Opposite Variety 2001 Bronze Trophy Winner 2001 & 2002 Annual AKC/Eukanuba National Invitational “Clare” had a wonderful show career but was always a much loved “couch potato”


October 24, 1998 – January 13, 2011


is greatly loved and missed by owners Lori and Greg Stafford & Breeders/Co-Owners: Bill & Becky Poole

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GCH CH Old England’s Coco Chanel ROM

OLD ENGLANd @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ Standard Bull Terriers

Everyone Loves


BOV ~ Decatur Alabama KC BOV & GRP 1 ~ Huntsville KC BOV ~ Tampa Bay KC BOV ~ Pasco KC BOV & GRP 2 ~ New Brunswick KC/ Fri BOV & GRP 2 ~ New Brunswick KC/ Sat BOV ~ Bronx KC

We’re on a Roll! OWNED & LOVED BY Walter J Bavol Jr & Anita Bavol

OLD ENGLANd Bull Terriers

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Ch. Old England’s White Emperial Empress ROM @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ OLD ENGLANd Standard Bull Terriers

“Gabriella” Winner of Best of Opposite Variety Trophy & Best White Bitch at Silverwood. We’ Couldn’t be more proud. OWNED & LOVED BY Melissa L. McConnell Walter J Bavol Jr & Anita Bavol

OLD ENGLANd Bull Terriers

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STRUCTURE SYMMETRY FLUID MOVEMENT “Heavyweight brindle boy with loads of bone…Correct lay of shoulder…Moved well coming and going with plenty of reach and drive…In the morning his hard condition and structure shone through and I found the total package to be very compelling” - Judge Melanie Whitehair

Owned by Ed & Karen McLean Co-owned by Walt & Anita Bavol Ft. Pierce, FL Sarasota, FL | Amos sends congratulates across the pond to his father ‘Archie’ (Tulsadooms Abi Albon) for winning his UK championship and to his half-brother ‘Jack’ (Megavilles Visions) for recently winning the Regent Trophy. E Bull Terriers |

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GCH CH Glentom Conquistador Seeking Silver, ROM*


(Ch. Cool Conquistador At Crossgarley x Ch. Glentom Silver Lining, ROM) Breeders: Glenna Wright and Jeannine Nichols Owned by: Jessica and Aaron Graulau and Glenna Wright Arlo completed his Grand Championship Title and ROM under breeder judge Jan Dykema.

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We would like to Thank Gay Hillman for expertly handling Arlo for placements each day at the BTC Dallas Specialty. Jan Dykema Critique - Best of Opposite Sex This is a fabulous dog. Powerhouse personified. He stands over his ground in a nice square package that is magnified by his massive bone and straight lines in front. His head is packed and filled and turned combined with nice length of head. Wonderful expression, as “varminty” as can be. Rear is muscular and his back is short enough. Move out with purpose and his stride was parallel in all directions. A quality dog. Russell Lamonby Critique - Select Dog. Well constructed and balanced with a strong, filled head...his mouth is level. Good bone and substance and has quality throughout. These are his show wins for Inverness KC 01-15 -11 Tampa Bay KC 01-16-11 Inverness KC 01-20-11 Tampa Bay KC 01-21-11 Clearwater KC 01-22-11 Pasco KC 01-23-11 BTC ST Louis 03-11-11 BTC St Louis 03-12-11 BTC St Louis 03-13-11 BTCA Dallas 03-25-11 BTCA Dallas 03-25-11 Fort Worth KC 03-26-11 Fort Worth KC 03-27-11

2011: Elizabeth Sweigart Peter Machen Clay Coady Jan Dykema Robert Thomas Russell Lamonby Ray Sharp Carl Pew Victoria Corse Dr. Dale Schuur Norma Smith Gordon Smith Kenneth McDermott


*Pending BTCA Approval

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Zulu was bred by June & Irvin Krukenkamp M.D & Co Owned with Jane Killion. Nora was bred by Jane Killion & owned by Mark Lindquist

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BTFA Bronze and Open Trophy Show Allanburg, ON Saturday, May 7, 2011. Bronze Trophy Judged by: Dr. Carl Pew, DVM (USA) and Darren Blakeley (UK) Referee: Mr. Duff Harris (USA) Open Trophy Show Classes Judged by: Mr. Duff Harris (USA) For information and Premium Lists contact: Gord Williams at 1 905 562-1555 or or MJN SHOW SERVICES

BTFA Supported Entry & CKC Championship Points at Seaway K.C. Shows Friday, May 6/11 Judge: Ms. Naomi Waynee (USA) (ROM) Saturday, May 7/11 Judge: Ms. Carol Gray (CAN) For information and Premium Lists contact: MJN Show Services 1 416 759 8593 or

BTFA Annual Canadian Kennel Club Championship Specialty Show Allanburg, ON Sunday, May 8, 2011. Judge: Marilyn Bishop (UK) Mr. Ken Lock: (CAN) For information and Premium Lists contact: MJN Show Services 1 416 759 8593 We have blocked a limited number of rooms and have secured a special low rate at The Niagara Falls Howard Johnson Express Inn. 905 358-9777 This accomodation is about five minutes from the Bronze showsite. This special low rate is available from the hotel only and not on the national 800 number You must book before April 25, 2011 and mention that you are with the BULL TERRIER PEOPLE to receive the preferred low show rate.

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Mini Bull Terrier Supported Shows - Seaway K.C. Friday May 6 - Judge: Ms. Naomi Waynee (USA) Saturday May 7 - Judge: Ms. Carol Gray (CAN) For information and Premium Lists contact: MJN Show Services 1 416 759 8593 or

BTFA Mini Bull Terrier National Specialty Show Allanburg, Ontario, Canada - Sunday, May 8, 2011 Judge: Dr. Carl Pew, DVM (USA) Sweepstakes: Mr Ken Lock (CAN) Information and Premium Lists: MJN Show Services 1 416 759 8593 We have blocked a limited number of rooms and have secured a special low rate at The Niagara Falls Howard Johnson Express Inn 905 358-9777 This accommodation is about five minutes from the Bronze showsite. The rate is available from the hotel only and not on the national 800 number. You must book before April 25, 2011 and mention the BULL TERRIER PEOPLE to receive the show rate.

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The Golden State Bull Terrier Club Invites you to our June Specialty Weekend June 24, 25 & 26, 2011 Queen Mary Event Park Long Beach, CA

ROM POINTS both Saturday & Sunday! GWTA Puppy Match, June 24, 2011 Judge: Gail Harlamoff

BTCA Specialty,

Saturday, June 25, 2011 Judge: Maggie Alhino Sweepstakes Judge: Theresa Spurr

Golden State BTC Specialty, Sunday, June 26, 2011 Judge: Ken McDermott Sweepstakes Judge: Ken Berg

GSBTC will support the weekend with breed motif trophies hand-crafted by club artisans. The club will provide its renowned hospitality during the weekend. We will also have our outstanding raffle held after the BT judging on Saturday at the show grounds.

Please bring items to donate. On Saturday night, a BBQ will be held at the home of club members, Jim & Cyndi Farrington. Make plans to join us for a fun-filled weekend in beautiful, sunny California.

Show Superintendent: Jack Bradshaw Entries will close June 8, 2011 For more information: Candy Aron 760.835.9602

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Illiana Bull Terrier Fanciers & The Miniature Bull Terrier Club of America Supported Interstate Center • Bloomington, Illinois • May 27, 28, 29, & 30

You are invited to

Spend Memorial Day Weekend at Heart of America Dog Show Cluster friday, may 27 Illinois Valley KC of Peoria Judge Anita Bartell

Superintendent Jack Onofrio Entries close May 12

saturday, may 28 Corn Belt Kennel Club Judge Roz Clamper

Come join the fun! frIday Dinner at Mings saturday Lunch cookout and our famous party, raffle and limited ticket raffle at Swingers Grill

Sweepstakes & Mini Sweepstakes Judge Ann Radford sunday, may 29 Illinois Valley KC of Peoria Judge Gayle Denman

sunday Brunch at Swingers Grill and Biaggi’s Italian Restaurant

monday, may 30 Corn Belt Kennel Club Judge Dale Schuur



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The Judges for The National: Breed: Jan Dykema Sweeps: Cleo Parker Futurity: Melanie Whitehair

Tentative Schedule of Events: 10/20~Thursday BTCA Sweepstakes 10/21~Friday Performance Events/ BTCA Futurity 10/22~Saturday BTCA Silverwood Trophy Competion 10/23~Sunday BTCA National Speciality 10/24~Monday Independent Speciality

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Being number 1 By Michele Wrath

We live in North Carolina in an area otherwise known as the Ground Zero of College Basketball. With 4 Division 1 teams within 50 miles of each other, and home to what is considered to be the greatest rivalry in the NCAA - Duke and UNC, the Triangle is College Basketball. When you move to a new area, you pick a place to live, schools for your kids, and a doctor, a dentist and possibly a church. When you move to Carolina, you also pick a basketball team. ....We picked Duke.

The Duke Basketball program under Mike Krzyzewski (Coach K) is one of the best in the country. Coach K has built a legacy of success; taking good players and creating great teams that have gone on to win multiple conference, tournament and national titles. The banners recognizing these accomplishments hang proudly from the rafters at Cameron Stadium. Along with the success of the program on the court, Duke has attained the highest graduation rate of the #1 seeds in the j2010 NCAA tournament. 92% of Duke’s players complete their college educations, a rarity in a sport where increasingly “one and done” is the order of the day. And as a result, everyone hates Duke. The reasons are as wide and varied as you might expect. They are a private school, so of course they have more financial resources to throw at the program. They get all the breaks from the ref’s - everyone “knows” the fouls fall their way. When they won the NCAA tournament it was because they had an easier bracket. Never once do their detractors acknowledge that perhaps it was the combination of talent, coaching, and the day in and day out dedication and hard work required to excel.

Sound familiar? I remember when we first got started in dogs. There was a dog that was being shown in our area. The dogwas just starting his show career, was exhibited by a top handler and was well on his way to setting multiple records in the breed. The dog was a very good dog, of excellent breed type, with a strong presence - a real showman in the ring. But if you listened to the

commentary outside the ring, you would have thought that the dog was nothing more than average – and that was on a good day. Certainly with all of those faults and that undesirable temperament the only reason the dog could be winning is because of the handler, the ads, the politics - you name it. It could never be because it was a good dog. It makes me wonder where the saying “Everyone loves an winner” came from. Because clearly we don’t like winners who consistently win.

What we DO like is the underdog. One of my most memorable moments in dogs occurred after we had been in the breed for just a few years. I had my first show dog, a bitch, and she was slow to come along. I was the person in the local group most deserving of the “Reserve Queen” tee shirt. The person everyone loved to see show up at the dog show, because odds were quite good that I wasn’t going to win. And then the day came - a certain judge known for his tendency to fall in love - fell in love with my bitch - and she won a 5 point major at a specialty. Everyone cheered for us. I was the underdog, the long shot no one expected to win and the tears running down my cheeks as I accepted my winners ribbon and trophy were the undeniable evidence of that fact. I know what you might be thinking. Yes, it is easier to like the underdog. They have not developed an ego about winning - after all they have no experience with it. They are a bumbling mass of humility and pure joy, and quite frankly if we are honest

with ourselves they remind us of ourselves when we started out in the sport.

Success can be heady stuff and when it goes bad, it can be ugly. We all know the person who assumes that for whatever reason - length of time in the breed, past wins, local stature - you name it, they should be the rightful heir to the awards on that day – and that day happens to be every day. And, when for whatever reason, the judge finds a dog they like better and the ribbons go another way the venom spews forth. The judge must be an idiot. Who would want to win under this judge! The other competitor had “an in”. After all, how could that pig have beaten my dog? In the extreme, this person might feel it necessary to explain all of this to the person who in fact did win either directly or indirectly. Isn’t social networking a wonderful thing! You might also recognize this person - the one that goes to the dog show - but can only remember when it comes time to post results - the win that their dog achieved. They were too excited, didn’t have a catalog you name it. The excuses go on. No matter that these are the same dogs they compete against weekend in and weekend out. They can recite line and verse every fault of these dogs, and every bad dog contained in the pedigrees of these dogs, but for some reason they can never seem to remember when these dogs win.

It is hard to like these people. When you are at the top of your game, you become the benchmark for others. After the NCAA Championship win in 2010, Duke

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headed into the 2011 season with a Number 1 ranking. Someone may as well have painted a target on their backs. Every team that faced Duke on the court this season brought their A game. A win against Duke meant bragging rights and in order for Duke to defend its position they had to be on top of their game every time they stepped onto the court. That is the price of being at the top. It is no different in dogs. Anyone who has ever campaigned a top dog knows that it is an all-encompassing endeavor. If there is a dog show somewhere, you need to be there. These dogs often travel longer distances, are shown more frequently and are expected to take it all in stride. We expect these dogs to be perfect. And every time they step into the ring we scrutinize their every move. At the same time, every other exhibitor’s private goal is to knock off the big dog. How many times have you heard someone brag about their big win over “Top Specials”? It comes with the territory. One of the things that Mike Krzyzewski does as part of the conditioning of his team is to pack the toughest competition he can find into the season. Duke typically plays a full schedule, with a healthy dose of out of conference games often cutting short the amount of downtime between games. The more aggressive schedule and tougher competition provide an excellent benchmark for the team. They get a much better idea of the true strength of their offense and defense, enabling them to focus on the areas of the game that need improvement. Competition makes their game stronger. The same can certainly be said about

the sport of dogs. Relative quality has the ability to elevate or place a drag on the overall quality of a breed. When overall quality is high and competition is tough, breeders are successful only if they breed better quality dogs that are well conditioned and trained for the show ring. This bodes well for the breed. With better quality dogs to select from, the gene pool is strengthened, and the resulting offspring should continue to be an improvement on their sire and dam. When overall quality is not as strong and competition is less intense it is obviously easier to win. If a breeder is not diligent, standards slide, and dogs that would otherwise not be candidates for a breeding program end up in the gene pool and the gradual downward trend continues. How many times have you heard a breeder say “This dog is no worse than what is out in the ring showing now.” Competition is good for the sport of dogs. It makes us better handlers and better breeders, and hopefully better competitors. In our early years in dogs one of my favorite parts of the national specialty was the hospitality room, which contained a photographic display of all of the past winners. I would look at those pictures and at those special dogs and hope that some day my dogs would be a part of that display. It gave me something to aspire to while I got my hind end kicked to kingdom come each weekend at the dog show. Over time we have had the good fortune of making our way onto that display. And we have a much better understanding of what it takes to be at the top of your game.

Westminster 2011Winners

COLOREDS Best of Breed (7 ) GCH Glentom’s You Were Mint For Me Terri & Mike Cournoyer & Glenna Wright

BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX (12) Ch Caben Sundance To The Muse-Ic At Bullful Owner: Thomas Bishop & Jeanne Fournier-Fike & Scott Fike

AWARD OF MERIT (15) GCH Winsor’s Lady Lola At Bur Oak Owner: Dick & Joanne Taylor & Barbara-Jo Ralston

WHITES Best of Breed (17) Ch Bedlams Changing Times Sharon McGee & Irene Lecki

BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX (17) GCH Action Chaos I’m So Delicious Owner: Renee Idone & Franne Berez

AWARD OF MERIT (19) Ch Bulliards Good Hearted Woman Owner: Julie Snider & Michelle Long

Minis Best of Breed (11) GCH Nederes’ Lil Game O’Blackjack T Messinger & K Wolf

BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX (8) GCH Cambrias Shel Be All Fired Up Owner: Emily Held & Christopher Korn

AWARD OF MERIT (7) GCH Evolution’s Eddie Izzard Owner: S Cummings & K Toomey & J DeGruccio & B Hainline Results from WKC Website

Candid photos by Linda Davis

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Some candid ringside shots in Edison Nj March 2011

Candid ringside photos by Linda Davis

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More candid ringside shots in Edison Nj March 2011

Candid ringside photos by Linda Davis

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What NOT to Wear

By Karen McNamara

Recently Rachael Ray did fashion makeovers on some of the exhibitors from Westminster. This brought back memories from many years ago when I use to sit ring side with a friend of mine and we would issue virtual fashion violations to the exhibitors in the ring. If you walk through the dog show you can observe exhibitors and handlers spending hours, bathing, drying, clipping, brushing and generally grooming their dogs to perfection. But the one thing they fail to do is take a quick peek in the mirror of themselves. Sometimes hours of work marred by what the handler is wearing! Now some will tell you that the handler should not be noticed but bad attire sticks out like a sore thumb. For some exhibitors there are only 2 questions they ask themselves, Can I run in this? Does it have pockets? Granted important qualities in a good show outfit. In my virtual dog show world, Sporting people would wear tartans and tweed. Hound people would wear sleek looking trendy outfits. Toy people would be all about the bling. Terrier people would have the classic styles. The Working people would have functioning outfits first and foremost. The Herding people would be a cross between tweeds and classics and the Non sporting people like their group itself would wear a little bit of everything . But there is more you should be asking yourself about your outfit.

Does the color compliment my dog? I saw an exhibitor show a Dalmatian with a wildly patterned skirt. I thought I was whirling around inside a kaleidoscope. If your dog is black, should you wear a black skirt? Well maybe if you have a bad top line! Having spent a quarter century in the fashion industry I know that foundation is the start of every outfit. But somehow the athletic bra hasn’t caught on in the dog show ring. I know from experience there is nothing more distracting than your girl friends bouncing around the ring in front of you! Or even worse having them pop out of your shirt. Don’t laugh it happened to me at a specialty. From that day on I strapped on the support bra before I entered the ring. What about the length of your skirt? Is it whacking your dog in the face when you do your down and back? Or is it so short when you bend over we can see up to your undergarments and let’s pray you actually have them on! And then there are the shoes. Years ago we wore chunky athletic shoes sometimes with white gym socks. Yes I have picture of myself! What was I thinking? Lucky for us there are now many stylish shoes that one can actually run in. So keep an eye out for that perfect shoe. There’s nothing worse than running out of your shoe on the go around. If you are going to spend hours on your dog, spend a half an hour on yourself to complete the picture.

Make Rachel and your dog proud!

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Advertising Made Easy June Krukenkamp Editor

Advertising should not be a confusing process. Many people seem to be intimidated or confused about advertising in an electronic magazine. We want to make advertising easy for you so that you can show off your dog(s) in our E Breed Magazines. We would like to provide you with some step by step instructructions & offer some helpful tips to make it easy ,affordable & fun for you to advertising your dog in our E Breed magazines.

In our E Publications We live in an “electronic age”. New technology is growing rapidly and it can be very hard to keep up with all the new concepts, gadgets & modern services that are now common place in our society. We have changed the way we talk on the phone, listen to music, watch movies on TV & obtain our day to day information. Our communication has changed too as we find ourselves emailing, texting, blogging & tweeting to “socially connect” with each other and gather information. The inventions of Cell phones, I pods, Blue Ray devices, computers & more has thrust us into a technology driven world that we are now part of (despite many who are still kicking & screaming in protest) With all this “modernizing” of how we communicate & entertain ourselves, it is no surprise that the publishing world is changing too.

Books are available now to be read electronically with their new high tech devices (Kindle, I pad, etc) and the magazine world is jumping on board! I came to the realization many years back that Dog Publications should integrate in this “high tech” world. People should be able to advertise their dogs, breedings, wins & more in ONE place for the world to see for free....the ULTIMATE network! Many people have websites & blogs showing off their dogs, photos but viewers have to go to many different sites to view dogs & many just don’t. Our E Breed publications are easily accessible & our subscriber base is growing daily. People are realizing the value of this format to “show off” their dogs and brag on their wins & more.

So? How do you advertise in our E Breed Publications? It’s easy..

WHERE / HOW TO SEND ADS & ARTICLES: E mail us to request an ad. We will respond quickly & work with you on all you need for your ad. All ads can be done electronically by sending us photos & information via email. If you need to send hard copies of photos or CD’s, we can accept them at our mailing address. INFORMATION WE NEED TO PROCESS YOUR AD 1) What type of ad you want (Full page/ Litter announcement/ Club announcement, etc.) 2) Are you submitting a finished ad or do you need us to design your ad. 3) Payment for your ad. (We must receive payment before we begin your ad). INFORMATION WE NEED IF WE ARE TO DESIGN YOUR AD 1) Photo of your dog (high resolution of 300dpi or greater) 2) Information about your dog (registered name / Sire & Dam/ Breeders/ Owners). 3) Text/ copy for the ad. 4) Any additional info (logos, graphics, background requests, etc)

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5) Additional design fees are required for more than 1 revision or for custom designs (photo editing/ removal of backgrounds, special graphics, etc.) PHOTO /AD SPECS IF YOU ARE SUBMITTING A FINISHED AD Final ads must be submitted in PDF format & must also be >300dpi. Page dimensions for 1 page ad: 7.5’’W X 9.0” H , no margins required. Page dimensions for 2 page spread: 15.0”W X 9 0” H (submit as 1 pdf /landscape spread). We need all pages to be the dimensions above. All photos to be used in ad layouts must be submitted with >300dpi resolution in JPEG, TIFF or BMP format. A high resolution photo is necessary for proper viewing of your ad on the internet. TEXT ARTICLE SUBMISSION Text articles can be submitted as email attachments or in a .DOC file (Microsoft Word). We do not pay for articles All articles (unsolicited & approved), we will publish at no charge.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING We offer a special classified section of all our E Magazines. If you would like to have a small ad or a breeder listing run for the entire year, this is for you! CLUB SPECIALTY ADVERTISING We offer discounts for Breed club Specialty ads. Advertise your upcoming Specialty & send us photos & results and we will put together a multiple page photo spread in the very next month’s edition at NO cost! (You must advertise your specialty to get this free service) If you do not advertise your Specialty & still want photo collage pages, the rate is $35.00/page. SUBSCRIBER INFO You can subscribe for free directly on our website & receive the most recent news & information regarding our E Publications before the rest. If you have subscribed & are not receiving our monthly emails announcing our specials & new releases, check your Spam folder as our mail service may not be recognized by your email host & be filtered.

Where to Send your Ad Material

Deadlines and Pricing Deadlines & Publishing Schedule for our Current E Publications E Magazine E Dalmatians (monthly) E Boston Terriers (bi monthly E Magazine E Yorkshire Terriers (bi monthly) E Bull Terriers (bi monthly)

Date of Publish 1st of the month 1st of the month Date of Publish 15th of the month 15th of the month

Please send all ads electronically via email attachment Any printed photos or material on CD’s can be sent by regular mail to our mailing address. We will scan /copy all material & return all your ad material to you.

Deadline 20th of the month prior 20th of the month prior Deadline 30th of the month prior 30th of the month prior

Email Address:

Mailing Addess:

E Deadlines & publishing dates may be extended occasionally to accommodate Specialties & Nationals.

E Dog Magazines 40 Junction Road South Berwick, Maine 03908

We will note any changes to above schedules on each E Breed magazine site.

Pricing thru 2011 Specials will be listed monthly on each breed’s website.

Full Page Ads: $ 80.00 ( *Includes standard layout & design ) Premium Pages: $ 90.00 ( pgs. 3-5 reservation required) Half Page Ads: $ 50.00 ( Classified/ Merchant/Litter ) Club Ads : $ 40.00 ( Full page/ Special Club rate ) Cover Page: $120.00 ( Reserved & Pre Paid) Additional Design Fees: $ 25.00 CLASSIFIEDS $10.00 /year: Basic Kennel listing (text only) $25.00/ year: Premium Kennel listing (color/ logo) $50.00/ year: 1/4 page listing (color / photos) $10.00 /issue: Basic Litter/ Breeding announcement (text only) $20.00/ issue: Premium Litter/ Announcement (color & 1 photo)

How to Pay for your Ad We accept all major credit cards. You can pay on line using our secure site or use your Pay Pal account. Checks /money orders are also accepted by regular mail. Note: Our merchant service is thru Pay Pal but you can use a Credit Card. You do not need a Pay Pal account to pay via our secure website. Make check payable to: TNG Digital Media Services

Bulk advertising: We offer discounts for multiple ads (Custom Quote) E*Note: Free layout design fees include 1 revision. Additional design fees will be charged for additional revisions. Any special custom graphics or photo touch ups require an additional design fee.

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Advertise Today!

EBull Terriers E DogMagazines 40 Junction Road • South Berwick, Maine 03908 ph.) 888.808.0870 fax) 800.719.1861

Publisher/Editor June Krukenkamp

designers June Krukenkamp Larissa Clark Nicole Pollack Angie Henderson

Staff Writers Michele Wrath Karen McNamara

Staff Photographer Linda Davis

Our E DogMagazines are independent publications and not affiliated with any breed club. We are breed specific and available only on the internet. There is no printed version of our E DogMagazines. We are the most affordable Dog Breed publication. We are 5-10 X lower than Dog News / Canine Chronicle / Show Sight & other printed monthly Show Dog publications. Subscription to all our E DogMagazines is FREE. They can be viewed 24/ 7 on their own websites for free. All our subscribers are notified first of each new release & of any news and updates regarding our E DogMagazines. Advertisers are responsible for the accuracy of their own ads. Publisher cannot be responsible for the accuracy made in any advertisement. All ads approved by advertisers will be published & changes will not be made after approval. Any changes to ads after publishing are subject to additional fees. We reserve the right to approve or disapprove any material submitted. All material on this site is copyright protected & cannot be used without the written consent of E DogMagazines. ©2011 All rights reserved.

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