DCA Newsletter Autumn 2022

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AUTUMN 2022, Volume XLVI, Number 3 GCHS Tudorglen V Brendackel Schwarzwalder Kischtorte MS Absolute Field Winner GCH Nicanna’s Paper Moon SL RI SE CAA FCAT RATO CGCA CGCU TKI Duchwood’s Let It Snow MS CD RN TDX
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President

Carl Holder

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

1st Vice President

Deneice Van Hook, DVM

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

Class of 2022

Dr. Dan Burke

8714 Via De La Gente Scottsdale, AZ 85258 (623) 707-7495 djbvca1@aol.com

Constance B. Fisher

3820 Crums Church Road Berryville, VA 22611-1962 (540) 955-4233 Beldachs@gmail.com

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

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

2nd Vice President

Fran Colonna

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

Treasurer

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

Class of 2023

Dr. Randy N. Eltringham 6095 Deborah Drive Warrenton VA 20187-2847 (540) 347-0126 randy.n.eltringham.civ@mail.mil

Cindy Niles 3062 S. Section Line Road Delaware, OH 43015-9531 (740) 362-6110 Robinwoodwires@yahoo.com

Janet Schwalbe 71 Valley Way Pendergrass GA 30567-3454 (706) 693-7142 reschwalbe@yahoo.com

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

Recording Secretary

Sandy Arnold

3709 E. South Court

Bloomington, IN 47401-4489 (812) 322-1842 sandydcaboard@gmail.com

Corresponding Secretary

Cheryl Shultz

3817 Seven Oaks Drive Corona, CA 92881 (951) 279-8252

cherevee@sbcglobal.net

Class of 2024

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

Walter Jones 23 Golf View Drive Englewood, FL 34223 (502) 419-7241 wjones@wyattfirm.com

Deborah Krieg 26550 Yearsley Road Raymond, OH 43067-9732 (973) 229-2390 daybreakwires@yahoo.com

Lorraine Simmons 250 Roxbury Road Newville, PA 17241 (732) 598-4961 stardox2@yahoo.com

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ON THE COVER No DCA publication, or any part therein, may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever, either in magazines, media, or for advertising purposes, etc., without prior written permission from the Dachshund Club of America. Please contact Phyllis Rosinsky regarding the DCA Illustrated Standard. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. officers board of directors AKC Delegate Larry Sorenson 112 Two Does Lane Clayton, NC 27550-8492 (919) 550-7631 llsoren@earthlink.net Congratulations to all the 2022 DCA National Winners, in every venue! Thank you again to all the hard-working members of all the clubs and the DCA Board of Directors that worked so diligently to make DCA 2022 a successful event to showcase our versatile breed! Best in Show: GCHG Tudorglen V Brendackel Schwarzwalder Kischtorte MS, owners T. Carr-Hall/B. Gardner High in Obedience Trial: Duchwood’s Let It Snow MS CD RN TDX, owner L. Fischer Field Trial Absolute Winner: GCH Nicanna’s Paper Moon SL RI SE CAA FCAT RATO CGCA CGCU TKI, owners: Whitney Walker, E. Walker, C. White Best Junior Handler: Ava Hata showing GCH Setsers King of Rock and Roll SL TKN Best of Variety Wirehair: GCHG Kadell’s Bean Boozled W (B), owners L. Reynolds, C. Cahill, J. Cahill Best of Variety Longhair: GCHB Syringa & Riverwind Promise Not To Tell SL (B), owner K. Schisel

Making Decisions About Whelping

by Dr. Marty Greer, JD and Karina Salvo DVM

It is imperative to have the discussion with the surgeon PRIOR to making the appointment for your scheduled date of surgery so there is NO confusion or misunderstanding at time of c-section.

Immunotherapy - Canine Melanoma

The traditional treatment regimen consists of often-extensive surgery and multiple radiation sessions. Still, cancer cells routinely remain or regenerate and ultimately can metastasize to other organs.

with advanced metastatic

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Dr. Marty Greer, JD and Karina Salvo DVM, Susan MczKenna

Ed Cara The Role of Pollution in

Cancer by Sharon M. Albright, DVM, CCRT

The Dachshund Diary: Jeanine Sudinski by Lexa Richmond

Jeanine began her ‘Lucene’ breeding program in 1948 and over 300 dachshund and rottweiler champions have been bred under the Lucene pre-fix. In 2014, Jeanine and Mechelle received the Eukanuba Hound Breeder of the Year award.

When you think about Jeanine Sudinski, what comes to mind are beautiful smooth standard dachshunds, equally beautiful dachshund art work, the highly respected Lucene Dachshund Kennel, expert service as an AKC judge and 55 years of devoted service to the San Diego Dachshund Club.

Richmond

Sandi Myers & Ashley Dumas

Leslie Keys

Sandy Arnold

DFWDC Represents DCA at the Dallas AKC Meet the Breed Event

Despite some initial disorganization and minimal information from AKC (before the cancelled 2021 event), the 2022 event turned out to be a great opportunity for the public to meet our dachshunds and learn about the breed. Sandi Myers as the liaison, worked hard to make sure participants had as much information as possible, enough club members and dogs to staff our booth, pamphlets to hand out to the attendees and even a QR code to scan for more information about our clubs. DCA sent the logo tablecloth and documents to share with the public.

Shultz

DCA 2022 - The Best of the Midwest

In true “Best of the Mid-West” World Series fashion, as the home team and competitors began checking in on Sunday, May 15, the Central Ohio Dachshund Club (CODC) stepped up to the plate and set the stage for a series of Grand Slams at the Purina Event Center in Gray Summit, MO! As this year’s Host Club, CODC and the Dachshund Club of America (DCA) took turns loading the bases with fun-filled “first time ever” events and plenty of excitement for players and fans alike. CODC and DCA volunteers welcomed attendees with open arms and helped them connect with the activities they had traveled so far to see and be part of.

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Triathlon Dog of the Year “Wigeon” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 by
DCA Board Meeting Minutes . . . . . . 30 by
Nomination Slate for 2022 of DCA Officers and Directors 32 by Cheryl
Specialty Results 34 Upcoming Specialties 40 Field Trial Results 44 Junior Win/Pix Reminders 50 Newsletter Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 OBEDIENCE IS A DACHSHUND’S WORLD Proofing, Part 2 53 by Brenda Reimer DCA 2022 Showcase Best of the Midwest 54 by Dr. Randy Eltringham DCA Award Dinner Pictures 72 by Andra O’Connell 2021 Top Producers 76 2021 Top Ten, All Venues 79 DCA Top Producers Merit Program 82 Nationals 2023 Information . . . . . . . IBC

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Hi Members and Subscribers,

I hope you enjoy this issue with all the 2022 National results. The work done by all the contributors and volunteers is very much appreciated. It’s always fun to read about all the winners and the wonderful time people had reconnecting with other fanciers in all the different venues our dogs compete in. I truly believe we have the BEST breed of dogs, they can do everything! (yeah, so I’m prejudiced...)

On the inside back cover of the magazine is an updated schedule for the Nationals in 2023.

There are still locations and judges to be determined, so check on the DCA website or DCA 2023 FB page for the latest news.

So many icons of our breed have passed in

these last couple years. Sadly, Charles Baris passed from lung cancer (never smoked) on August 11th. He will be so missed by his partner John Hart, as well as those who knew and admired him in the dachshund world.

This issue’s “Dachshund Diary” has a superb article on Jeanine Sudinski. It’s well worth reading about her life, she was quite the amazing woman and exceptional breeder.

I hope you’re all looking forward to shows, trials and field trials this fall. Clubs rely on their members to make events successful - please volunteer when you can!

Event Secretaries and/or Chairpeople: Please don’t forget to use the DCA website to record the results of Specialties and Field Trials.They are sent automatically to me to reformat so they can be published in the newsletter. Thank you!! http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/submitevent-results/

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My appreciation to Breeder-Judge Mr. Fred Vogel for this special win.

a Breeder-Owner-Handler being in the ribbons at DCA is a goal we all strive for. To achieve that goal is nothing short of

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IMPORTANT POINTS FOR MAKING DECISIONS ABOUT YOUR BITCH’S WHELPING

Reprinted with permission. Original article: https://www.smallanimalclinic.com/sites/default/files /Making-Decisions-About-Your-Bitch%27sPregnancy.pdf

What do you do if you are at a clinic or hospital that you believe won’t provide the anticipated level of care for your bitch and her pups during a c-section?

1. Before you go to the emergency clinic, call ahead to be certain they can manage your bitch’s dystocia.

2. You can share this information and discuss your bitch’s treatment prior to starting her care.

3. You can leave. Unless she is already on the surgery table, you can leave and go to another hospital.

Questions for evaluating your bitch indicating the need for Emergency C-Section:

1. Has the bitch been in hard labor (abdominal pushing) over 2 hours on the first or 1 hour on subsequent pups?

Repeated vomiting?

5. Is this labor pattern different than her previous ones?

6. Has the bitch been unwilling or unable to eat and/or drink for over 12 hours?

7. Has WhelpWiseR indicated there is a problem with fetal heart rates (<160 BPM) or uterine contraction patterns?

8. Have any pups been born dead?

9. Did a previous ultrasound or radiograph suggest there could be a problem? (low heart rates on ultrasound or pups without visible heartbeats?) (Malpresented or very large pups)

10. Is a pup palpated on vaginal examination and in an unusual position or not progressing through the birth canal?

11. Did her temperature drop to 98 degrees and rise to normal (over 101.0) and stay there more than 4 hours?

12. Has her pregnancy exceeded 63 days?

2. Did the bitch initially show good abdominal contractions and stop without producing a puppy?

3. Is there is green vaginal discharge PRIOR to the delivery of the first puppy? Is there a yellow colored vaginal discharge indicating meconium & fetal distress?

4. Does the bitch seem distressed? Frantic? Sick? Weak or unable to stand? Tremoring?

13. Does she appear to have a very large or very small litter?

14. Does she have a previous history of dystocia?

15. Is she a breed at risk for maternal or fetal causes of dystocia?

16. Does she have unexplained or unusual discharge from her eyes?

17. Is she having weak or non-productive contractions with multiple puppies left?

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Why NOT to spay your female at time of C-Section

When IS IT recommended?

I have many clients who chose to have scheduled c-sections done for their female for various reasons. It is IMPERATIVE to have the discussion with the surgeon PRIOR to making the appointment for your scheduled date of surgery so there is NO confusion or misunderstanding at time of c-section. If you typically free whelp; you may need an emergency visit at the local animal ER; be prepared and make the call well in advance so you are aware of pricing as well as staff/surgeon capability and beliefs when it comes to performing a c-section. NOT ALL ER veterinarians perform c-sections and NOT ALL will agree to not spay.

The blood supply to the uterus and its vessels is increased in order to support the pregnancy. If the female IS spayed at time of c-section, the blood pressure is decreased by use of sedatives and anesthesia; when she wakes up that blood pressure increases and the ligated vessels have the potential to leak and this can lead to hemorrhage; if this is detected then the female needs to be returned to surgery to fix the bleeding vessel. If it is NOT detected, this can lead to further blood loss and death.

A third (⅓) of the blood supply is shared with the fetuses ( most of which is within the uterine wall and the placental attachment sites). After birthing this blood is then reabsorbed by the female to help restore normal blood volume. A spay procedure removes these structures AND the blood volume associated with them. When the uterus is removed; this resembles a RAPID loss of blood volume; causing an additional subsequent drop in blood pressure during surgery; increasing the risk of cardiovascular crisis and destabilization.

Pregnancy in and of itself increases the risk of blood clots; if the female is spayed at time of c-section this further increases the risk of clot formation. Such clots can travel to anywhere in the body causing clots in the lungs, legs, brain and heart. These clots are often life threatening.

Spay at time of c-section not only can increase surgery time, but increases the time that the puppies are not ingesting much needed colostrum, increases the risk for clot formation, unnoticed hemorrhage, severe drop in blood pressure.

The most common deaths documented in females just having puppies are in those that have been spayed at time of c-section.**

Recommendations to spay at time of c-section are in the event of a uterine tear, uncontrolled hemorrhage or diseased uterus.

18. If oxytocin and/or calcium has been used, has there been a minimal or no response?

19. Do you or veterinary staff member have a feeling that something is going wrong? Trust your/their intuition.

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, you very likely need to get to a veterinary hospital as soon as possible and request that your bitch should proceed to emergency surgery unless they can immediately correct any cause for dystocia.

Following are some helpful tips for you to consider when deciding if you want to free-whelp your bitch at home, plan a csection, or find an emergency clinic to help you with a potential difficult birth (dystocia).

Why should I plan a c-section? How do

make this decision?

1. Breed – if you have a breed that is likely to need a c-section –Brachycephalics including Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, and Pugs and other Bully breeds, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, and Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh Corgis.

2. A very large litter – more than 9 pups.

3. A small litter – 1-2 pups.

4. Highly valuable pups such as litters conceived from a frozen semen breeding and limited semen availability.

5. Evidence on puppy count x-rays that she is likely to have a dystocia.

6. Health conditions – if your bitch is sick, has a vaginal stricture, or former pelvic fractures.

7. More puppies go home and stay alive when born by planned c-section. The data below is from Dr. Paula Moon’s study at Cornell Veterinary School.

Time after delivery Puppy survival by C-section and Puppy survival by vaginal birth Vaginal C-Section

your needs, find another hospital that will.

Some emergency clinics will try to persuade or force you to spay your bitch at her c-section. Some will hold your bitch hostage, telling you they won’t do a c-section unless you consent to a spay/ovariohysterectomy. They consider any bitch that needs a c-section to be of inferior breeding quality and not worthy of another pregnancy.

They don’t understand high quality breeders and purpose-bred litters.

Many of the c-section cases they see are for unplanned pregnancies and they fear another. They may consider it a “favor” to spay her. Your alternative at this time if you don’t want another pregnancy is to ask them to do a tubal ligation instead of a spay.

General information regarding Emergency Care: Most emergency clinics will look at your pregnant bitch and see one stable patient – they neglect to consider the health and wellness of their unborn pups. They often will try to delay a c-section, either because they don’t see the urgency of providing an immediate c-section or because they have other cases competing for their care that seem less stable.

You need to advocate for your bitch and her litter. If you want an immediate C-section, make your request known before you arrive. If you arrive at the emergency clinic KNOWING you want a c-section, be clear with the doctor and team so they will move you to surgery more quickly. They may have to call in an emergency surgeon. They need to plan ahead. Help them with your goals. If they cannot or will not meet

The doctors at the emergency clinic don’t see the harm in removing her blood-engorged, normal uterus. In reality, there are huge risks in spaying at this time. There is an enormous blood loss from blood normally trapped in her uterus. Her uterus is taken out and thrown in the trash. This puts an already anemic bitch (a normal condition at a fullterm pregnancy) at increased risk of becoming more anemic, needing a blood transfusion, or worse developing a fatal condition known as DIC (Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation). During the spay, the blood flow to the uterus is much greater than it will be 3 months later, making the risk of the sutures slipping and allowing for internal bleeding and death.

The doctors may justify their push to do a csection by using clips instead of sutures or laser blade. There is NOTHING they can do to minimize the blood loss suffered by removing the uterus.

In short, DO NOT ALLOW THEM TO SPAY HER AT C-SECTION. Yes, bitches don’t need their ovaries to lactate. But they do need to live to go home and need to stay alive to raise their puppies.

Image references: https://visgar.vetmed.ufl.edu/en_canrep/cesareansection/cesarean-section.html

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TRIALS SHOW PROMISE FOR TREATING CANINE MELANOMA

Academic, Industry Partners Move Toward Human Trials

Dr. Timothy Fan, veterinary oncologist and professor at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine and a Program Leader for the Cancer Center at Illinois, is leading two clinical trials using similar immunotherapies to treat dogs with malignant melanoma. The novel approaches, developed in partnership with cancer researchers based in Boston, have yielded encouraging results in canine patients, and human trials using the same therapeutic platforms are expected to begin in 2023.

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, almost half of dogs over the age of 10 will develop cancer. Melanoma is one of the most aggressive forms of canine cancer given its potential to spread to other parts of the body. It usually presents as darkly colored (pigmented) tumors in the dog’s mouth or nail bed but can also arise from haired skin. The traditional treatment regimen consists of often-extensive surgery and multiple radiation sessions. Still, cancer cells routinely remain or regenerate and ultimately can metastasize to other organs. Most dogs with advanced metastatic disease live only a few months after treatment.

Dr. Tim Fan with his dog Ember

“We were pretty good at shrinking tumors, but then the tumors would spread and treatment options become very limited,” said Dr. Fan. “The goal of the current trials is to train the dog’s own immune cells to be very effective at controlling the tumor locally as well as targeting cancer cells throughout the body.”

The Butterfly Effect

The breakthrough trials came about because of a chance meeting in 2019 between Dr. Fan and Dr. K. Dane Wittrup, a biopharmaceutical engineer from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Fan attended an invited talk given by Dr. Wittrup at the University of Illinois, where he had served on the faculty between 1989 and 1999. Afterward, the two scientists discovered how well their research interests connected, and a powerful collaboration was born from this seemingly random encounter.

Dr. K. Dane Wittrup with his dog Boswell

“Tim knew the potential patients. He immediately saw that there was an opportunity,”

said Dr. Wittrup. “And we both had enough belief in this approach that we used our discretionary funds to try this out.”

“Many of these research collaborations start organically, and as the research grows, there continues to be an expanding arena of opportunities,” added Dr. Fan.

No Recurrence More than One Year Later

The new immunotherapy involves a course of injections of cytokines — protein molecules that help control the immune response — that bind with collagen, a protein that surrounds and promotes the growth of cancer cells. In this way, the cytokines remain within the tumor microenvironment. The first canine melanoma trial started in 2021, two years after Drs. Fan and Wittrup had met.

Dr. Wittrup and his team developed the injection formula, while Dr. Fan and his team enrolled eligible canine patients at the University

Industry Funds Second Trial

A second canine clinical trial, launched in June 2022, builds on the success of the first. This trial is sponsored by Ankyra Therapeutics, a Bostonbased biotech company co-founded by Dr. Wittrup. Dr. Howard L. Kaufman, a clinical associate physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and a lecturer in surgery at Harvard Medical School, serves as president and CEO of Ankyra.

Ankyra’s cancer-related interests include a formal research-and-development agreement with the National Cancer Institute (NCI), an agency of the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Fan’s Comparative Oncology Research Laboratory has been an active participant in the NCI’s Comparative Oncology Program since 2003, working toward therapies to help the more than 1 million dogs that develop cancer each year, as estimated by the NCI.

Because of Dr. Fan’s work with Dr. Wittrup and his standing as a cancer researcher — Dr. Amy LeBlanc, director of the NCI’s Comparative Oncology Program, also recommended Dr. Fan to Dr. Kaufman — Ankyra recruited Dr. Fan to lead the trial. The new approach uses what the company calls “a novel anchored immunotherapy platform,” which includes an injection of the cytokine drug attached to an inert “anchor” that results in retaining the cancer drug within the cancer cell microenvironment, triggers an immune response to attack the cancer, and avoids side effects since the drug stays in the tumor locality, preventing a full-body immune flareup.

Dr. Howard L. Kaufman with his dog Moxie

“A lot of immunotherapies lead to side effects,” said Dr. Fan. “Your whole body is trying to fight something, which leads to whole-body inflammation and wide-ranging side effects. Ankyra’s technological platform is designed to localize the inflammation within the tumor region and minimize the systemic inflammation, or a runaway immune response.”

The myriad of side effects that can result from acute inflammation ranges from breathing and digestive problems to organ and systems damage.

of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital and oversaw their treatment.

In contrast to the low survival times for dogs undergoing traditional treatment for melanoma, the 13 dogs enrolled in the first trial all demonstrated measurable tumor shrinkage following treatment. Some patients achieved 100% cancer reduction, with no local recurrence or spreading of the cancer more than a year after treatment.

The Science Behind Immunotherapy Immunotherapy is not new. It was first explored for humans more than 35 years ago. However, “it only worked in a few cancers, and not all patients responded,” Dr. Kaufman explained. And it wasn’t until 1992 that the cytokine interleukin-2 (IL-2) was approved by the FDA for use in treating kidney cancer and later, melanoma.

“When I first started taking care of patients with advanced malignant melanoma, life expectancy was about three months,” Dr. Kaufman said.

“In 2011, we saw the approval of the first

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Foreward

I was very blessed to call Jeanine Sudinski many things over the last 20 years- mentor, teacher and friend. In 2006, Jeanine began hand writing the story and history of Lucene Dachshunds. Jeanine had been working on her story for months and mailed it to me so I could type it up for her and the article was first published in the Dachshund Club of America Fall Newsletter in 2007.

Jeanine was a gracious lady and an amazing story teller. On the numerous visits to her dachshund paradise located in El Cajon, CA, we would pour over old magazines and she would tell me tales of the grand old days- the “glory days” as she would call them that included stories of old dogs, older breeders, and a history of the breed from her point of view. She loved humor and to laugh and we would spend many a night watching an old comedy while her Lucene dachshunds laid in our laps enjoying their belly rubs. We also enjoyed our dinners out in which you could find us at one of the El Cajon local restaurants and then grabbing a dessert afterwards- in fact it was Jeanine who introduced me to my love of See’s Candy!

Jeanine was a gifted and talented artist. Her beautiful watercolor paintings adorn the walls of many of us. Jeanine was able to hone in on her talents and develop her eye for lines and body conformation through her artworks. She would tell many stories of selling her art at Balboa park. Living on the coast gave her an opportunity to paint many various ocean life prints including boats, seagulls, and buoys.

Jeanine began her ‘Lucene’ breeding program in 1948 and over 300 dachshund and rottweiler champions have been bred under the Lucene pre-fix. In 2014, Jeanine and Mechelle received the Eukanuba Hound Breeder of the Year award. I hope you enjoy just a preview of the Lucene dachshund story- how can you put a lifetime into one article? I was fortunate to have my small part of it. Godspeed, Jeanine. I miss you every day.

The Story of Lucene

When you think about Jeanine Sudinski, what comes to mind are beautiful smooth standard dachshunds, equally beautiful dachshund art work.s the highly respected Lucene Dachshund Kennel, expert service as an AKC judge and 55 years of devoted service to the San Diego Dachshund Club. Try a internet search using the words Lucene Dachshunds. It will bring up at least 17 pages of listings describing and picturing the accomplishments of Jeanine, and her daughter Mechelle Sudinski-Stall and the line of smooth standard dachshunds they have produced and shown. Some of these listings are even in Spanish, Czech, Japanese and Korean. All of that is, in itself, quite a tribute to their accomplishments. If you would like to see photos and information about many of their champions, open the web site: http://lucene1948.com

The Story of the Falcon Painting: (by Jeanine)

Recently I was asked to write an article telling you about my experience painting the many watercolors, and even some oils of some of the famous dachshunds of the past. Actually, it was a time when dachshunds were at their best. It began in the 60’s.

I was lucky to have been around during this time. I was in the presence of the best, most knowledgeable dachshund enthusiasts of this era. When it came to my sketches for a client, they were very precise in what they wanted. It was stressful work for me, but they liked my work and never let me stop.

I so admired the accomplishments of those breeders. I wanted to be accepted in some way, and my paintings helped me. Their corrections I took as a lesson in learning.

During this time, I was active in many art groups, even finding time to attend more art schooling. Exhibited my works in the Art Institute in Balboa Park. Had a “One Woman Art Show there with around 60 dog paintings.

I was a charter member when the Del Sur Kennel Club and Cabrillo Kennel Club began. The young San Diego Dachshund Club was just getting started. I served every office in that club over 55 plus years. Lastly, I was also a member

of the Obedience Club of San Diego County, Inc. My daughter was a very successful obedience trainer in both dachshunds and Rottweilers, but that is another story.

Being into so many diverse interests among people with many different breeds I was among the busiest artists around. Many nights you would find the light on in my art room till 2 am in the morning.

Pet clients were the hardest to please. They never saw their dog the way it really was. Invariably I would have to change something, mostly color. My work was very tight lined, much like an etching. Every hair was painted and vein. Tedious, long hours of work. It was a shame I had to cover it with pastels to satisfy the client. But there was one thing that I never had to change on the painting, and it was the way I can catch the soul of the dog in their eyes. My mother told me I was one with the dog the way I loved them.

This is a story about my infatuation with the movie, “Lassie Come Home.” I went to the library and read the book from cover to cover, after seeing the movie. Read every book Albert Payson Terhune wrote about collies. I even went so far as to do a watercolor painting of the actor in the movie, Roddy McDowall and the dog that played Lassie. The painting was sent to Roddy and he replied that he loved it and hung it in his bedroom above his bed. Well, for a little girl of 10, I was destined on a career as an artist. I was enrolled in classes at the Chicago Art Institute and the Chicago Field Museum for the next 10 years. When I was 20, I was married and two weeks later my husband was drafted into the army hospital corp. We moved to San Antonio, Texas and for six months where he attended pre-med school, and I went to work for an insurance company. Of the 35 men and women in his company he and one other man were kept state side. We ended up at Ft Ord, Calif., just outside of Monterey. I began painting again, this time the native birds in the area. I bought a dachshund with the money I made selling paintings. My seriousness as a dachshund’s breeder is another story. We spent two years at Ft. Ord., Calif. I fell in love with

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the climate, and it was hard to leave this beautiful place. The summer was spent back in our home town of Whiting, Indiana. When I saw the autumn leaves falling from the trees, I decided it was not for me. No more cold winds off Lake Michigan. We decided, after my persistent persuasion, to return to southern California. My husband took a six month leave from his job in case we couldn’t find work in California. Well, it was hard at first, but we did find work and to this day we are still in a town east of San Diego, Calif. It was the beginning of the most exciting period in my life in art and dachshunds, and yes, Rottweilers too.

My dachshund handler and mentor when I first started showing dachshunds in the late 1950’s, was Leon Warren. He liked my dog paintings well enough too get me some commissioned work from his clients. Leon, was one of the most helpful people I ever met especially young novices like myself. I was kept busy painting for Dr. Nystrom. Did a couple paintings of his wirehairs and two of his smooths, and a smooth Miniatures. They were beautiful dogs that could match any dog today in the conformation ring. From than on for the next twenty years, I would say, were my most industrious productive years in the world of art, and I must add breeding champion dachshunds also.

The greatest thrill in my life as an artist came when the famous breeders and owners of Ch. Favorite von Marienlust and Ch. Falcon of Heying-Teckel came and asked me to do a full body, life size watercolor of Falcon. Since my “Lassie” infatuation when I was ten, did I ever love a dog as much as I did now, the beautiful, handsome “Falcon.” This dog had to be seen to appreciate him. He knew he was special like no other. In his day back in the 1960’s he was awesome to see him enter the ring. The exhibitors seemed to step back with reverence when he passed them. He was breathtaking, a stallion-type black and tan. I was lucky to see him win one of his several Best In Shows at the Silver Bay Kennel Club Show. So, arrangements were made for me to come up to the Heying kennels to see, sketch and visit with the ‘great Falcon,’ and if I were lucky, have lunch with Fred and Rose. I asked to be left alone with Falcon so I could get acquainted with his personality. I had to be able to capture what was inside him through his eyes. He was a celebrity, a movie star to me, and I was about to endeavor on the best piece of work in my career as a painter. His favorite thing was playing catch with his tennis ball. The intensity in his eyes described him. He was a falcon just as his

name said. My heart and soul went into that painting. It took three months to complete. I was pregnant with my daughter at this time. Maybe this painting set the gene in her to become what she desires most, to breed Dachshunds, Rottweilers and be a handler and trainer, which she is doing today with much success. But that is another story.

admiration of my work. Even Barbara bought around twelve paintings.

When the Heyings came for the Falcon painting no words can express my feeling of accomplishment when they said to me, “Well done, Jeanine.” For a moment they just stood there staring at this life size painting of their dog, touching the glass as if they wanted to be sure it was a painting and not actual fur, so real was it to them they said it looked like it could walk off the paper. There are many more stories about my paintings, but I feel more people can relate to this one. You may be wondering whatever happened to this painting after the Heyings passing. The painting along with many dog items were auctioned off in New York. Ethel Bigler, of “von Relgib” dachshunds fame went there to bid on the painting.

Since those years I have branched out with my art work, going back to school for another four years learning how to be a landscape artist, which I could paint faster, and sold well. My paintings are all over the world, bought by the local, and foreign tourists visiting San Diego.

A few years later, in the 1990’s, Barbara Powers and her companion, Dr. Eva SchindlerRainman invited me up to their hilltop home in Pasadena to have a one-woman art showing of my landscapes. Over a hundred invitations were sent out, and because of the high location and parking I was skeptical as to how many would come. I was wrong, because cars started appearing, and kept coming till I wondered where they would park. Eva, was a hostess above all hostesses. She and Barbara kept the champagne glasses filled and the hor d’oeuvres plentiful for the guests. Mechelle showed the people around and made the sales. The paintings were disappearing off the easels. I was astounded, as any artist would be, at the

It was a heavenly evening and all too soon the people and their new acquired landscape painting by Jeanine, began to leave. When it quieted down Eva invited us in for dinner. As I got up I noticed a car coming up the drive. To me it had to be the longest, shiniest black car in the world! I just could not imagine who it could be, maybe a movie star? The front door of the car opened and out stepped Ethel Bigler’s husband. He than graciously opened the back seat door out stepped the stately, Ethel Bigler. She looked so regal, I almost curtsied to her. She smiled at me and said, “It is time for this to come home.” She turned towards her husband and he lifted out of the back seat of the car a velvet covered object. When the covering dropped, there it was in all it’s glory, the Falcon painting, done some thirty plus years ago. It had come home. For the past twenty-five years it hangs with honor in our living room. I hope someday it will make its way into the AKC Art Gallery.

I have made a list of some of the paintings I did from the 1950’s to the present. It is not a complete listing, but you will know some of the dogs.

Wirehair Standard

Ch. Dachsmere Topper, Weber’s Sam Wire, Ch. Peppmint Wire of Hawthorne, Ch. Hibner’s SusiQ, Ch. Wag’s Spring Wire, Ch. Bit O Copper of LeLou.

Wirehair Miniature

Ch. May’s Tyna-Mite, Ch. Ellenbush Real George, Martinosky’s Fredricka.

Longhair Standard

Ch. Han-Jo’s Flaming Flare, Ch. Han-Jo’s Lollipop, Han-Jo’s Ulyssis, Ch. Dach Ridge Hoss, Ch. Dach Ridge Super Chief, Ch. Dach Ridge Forever Amber, Ch. Passenheim’s First Love, Ch. Karlew’s Triton.

Smooth Standards

Ch. Brenner’s Jason, Ch. Rebel of Tuftdach, Ch. Selena of Tuftdach, Ch. Milr-Dachs Romberg, Ch. Milr-Dachs Bonny, Ch. Milr-Dachs Praline, Ch. Jollydach Bach von Kotthaus, Ch. Jollydach Falcon’s Futura, Ch. Jollydach Markus, Ch. Falcon of Heying Teckel, Ch. Mabob’s Marmion, Ch. Mabob’s Lindon, Ch. Hialeah’s Bling Bling.

Smooth Miniatures

Ch. Groff Nix Tiny Tim, Ch. Mabob’s Chico, Clarinda’s Wee Sir Reginald, Ch. Wilheen’s Mr. Stubbs.

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Jeanine wanted a dog like Bavarian and began her search. An English sales woman who visited the area each year had two standard b&t dogs that she bred together. They were from the Asherhoff and Jagserhaus lines. All of the recent litters were sold. So, Jeanine searched on and ended up buying a b&t female from a navy lieutenant. When she checked the pedigree she found it to be from the last litter from the English saleslady’s two dogs. The pup was Marchere Sherrie.

When her husbands two years of duty was done they thought of taking a vacation trip down the California coastline to visit Grayce Greenburg who lived in Simi Valley. They spent a whole afternoon at her house. She gave Jeanine a lot to think about, and she learned so much from her.

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1948

Jeanine attended her first dog show at the Chicago Sportsman’s Pier when she was 18 years old. After passing all the breed rings she went into the grooming area for a look around. She kept watching a man instructing his handler what he wanted done with the dogs as she scurried into and from the grooming area to the ring. When the excitement of the show was over Jeanine walked up to them and introduced herself and told them how beautiful his dogs were. They learned that his dogs were standard red dachshunds. His name was John Cook and his dogs were the “Kleetal” line. Little did she know that this man in Navy Blues would one day become a very notable person in the dachshund world. His handler, Lorraine Heichel, would someday handle Jeanine’s first champion. As Jeanine walked away she said to herself, "Someday, I too, will be a great showman."

1950

The Korean War going on and this was the year Jeanine and her husband were married. Two weeks later he was drafted into the army. From the 35 men in his company he was one of two that stayed state side. He went to medschool at Ft. Sam Houston, in Texas for six months. Jeanine took on a job as a secretary for the United States Auto Insurance Company.

1953

They went to Ft. Ord California to serve out his time for two years. Jeanine fell in love with Carmel and Monterey and began to paint watercolors. Her paintings began to sell so she began to think about buying a smooth dachshund. She gathered up books on the breed at the local library. She checked out “The Complete Dachshund by Otis Denlinger”, and bought “The Dachshund”, by Grayce Greenburg. She fell in love with a long black and tan dachshund in the book called Bavarian Russ bred and owned by Sid Twining. She even wrote to him asking about the dog. His wife replied that sadly he had recently passed away, but would have loved hearing about my admiration for the dog.

During this time they were moving away from their home town of Whiting, Indiana. Jeanine’s husband gave up a superb job as a lab technician with Carbide and Carbon Company for Standard Oil, but when the first leaf fell from the trees, Jeanine said, “No more winters for me. Let’s take our chances and go back to California”. So off they went with their b&t dachshund. They ended up in San Diego because it was a little coastal navy town. Jobs were scarce, but her husband found work as a lab technician at Rohr Aircraft. He wanted something more secure with a retirement. There was an opening for Firemen in a little town east of San Diego called El Cajon. He applied along with eighteen others and come in second to be accepted. He stayed on until his retirement as engineer and paramedic.

1956

In November of that year it was a race with the stork between Jeanine and her dachshund. She beat Jeanine by a week before her son was born. Sherrie had a litter of five. The sire was Ch. Anchor of Heying-Teckel, a son of Ch. Favorite von Marienlust.

1957

They bought a house on the hilltop ridge west of El Cajon. It is a lot cooler than living in the valley and only twenty minutes from San Diego airport. The yard had twenty-five fruit trees and flowers with lots of birds. It was great for raising children and dachshunds. Carol and Stanley Orne, the editor of the “American Dachshund” magazine, bought a house exactly like Jeanines, only on a smaller lot. They used to spend a lot of afternoons together along with Sanford Roberts, who used to help him with the magazine.

Jeanine’s second litter was by Calvin of Heying Teckel and her bitch called, Anchor’s Little Merrymaker. She kept a big red girl. She entered her in her first dog show in San Diego. Jeanine was just getting started so did not know about the higher standard of the show dog, but was soon to learn. The breeders of Calvin, Fred and Rose Heying, came up to her and asked her not to show the dog as it would ruin any prospective

breedings for their male. They even paid her the entry fee. She went home heartbroken. She had a “hard” learning lesson and wondered if this would have been done today.

1959

She did several breedings, but nothing came of them so it is not worth mentioning. Most probably she sold off some very nice specimens un-knowingly, but she was learning. Jeanine began doing judging at AKC Sanctioned Matches, all Breed. She also learned about ring stewarding at the shows and meeting judges. During this time when she thought she was at a dead end, a stroke of good luck came her way. She was able to lease the third best female out of a litter by Ch. Glory of Heying Teckel and Ch. Aristo von Marienlust. She was a weedy longlegged red female without much angulation, but thought “what did I have to lose”. Her mother’s name was Tamara of Rockmeadow, owned by Noreen Moore, president of the than new San Diego Dachshund Club, which she talked Jeanine into joining. When it came time to breed her, and her two sisters that two of Jeanine’s girlfriends took, she did not want to breed their way. They wanted to go back into the Aristo line and they chose Ch. Milr-Dachs Romberg. She chose to go to the Favorite line and bred to Ch. Falcon of Heying Teckel. Ch. Favorite won Marienlust had produced 97 champions, and Ch. Falcon of Heying-Teckel had produced 67 champions, more than the half-brother, Ch. Aristo von Marienlust. That is what convinced her to go that way. Nothing much to speak of came from her two friends with the better of the three bitches.

Jeanine’s breeding gave her seven males and two females, she kept the two b&t females and a red male. The red male, Ch. Lucene’s Fabion, was bought and shown by the late handler, Leon Warren. Jeanine finished one b&t girl, Ch. Lucene’s Flirtation with Lorraine Heichel, that was mentioned earlier that handled for John Cook. Lorraine took her to Westminster K.C. show, could not do anything, but it was the first attempt to show there. This was also the year her daughter, and future handler, Mechelle Sudinski-Stall, was born. In this time period “Flirt’s” sister Lucene’s Fascination was bred to George Spradlin’’s Ch. Heinheim’s Lance. On the first breeding she missed. The second breeding gave only two pups, a b&t male which she kept, and a b&t female which the mother laid on. The male was gorgeous. She named him Ch. Lucene Lantana. The Japanese people overseas must have liked him too because they came to her house to buy him. For what they offered, she could not refuse. Before he left she bred him to her Ch. Lucene’s Flirtation. A litter of four males and three females resulted. She kept a b&t male and named him Ch. Lucene’s Lanson. He sired five champions.

1966

Something great was about to take place as Jeanine was wanting a fresh line to introduce into her line now that it was getting too concentrated. She was a strong believer in not only line breeding, but phenotype breeding. She

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didn’t care what a pedigree reads with champions, the conformation of the dogs listed better be of the same phenotype or it was worthless to her. Having studied anatomy in her early years at the Chicago Art Institute and the Chicago Field Museum she acquired an eye for balance and soundness on any dog. “You only get what you got. Hoping never works!”

One afternoon she received a phone call from the president of the Dachshund Club of California, Jim Ballenger. He had heard about the excellent temperaments and soundness of her dogs, which they were looking for. Ethel Bigler of Von Relgib fame, told them if they could not find what they were searching for, then they better go down to San Diego and see Jeanine’s Ch. Lucene’s Lanson. When he was being handled by Woodie Dorwood, he nick-named him, “Handsome Lanson”. When they arrived at the front door and saw “Lanson” with the wagging tail their decision was made to breed their red bitch, Ballenger’s Ballerina, from the Caseway line. They were so satisfied with the first breeding they did two more breedings with Lanson.

The first breeding produced Ch. Lucene’s Tanner, sire of 11 champions. The third breeding was very good too. It resulted in two absolutely beautiful red girls, Ch. Lucene’s Tanya and Ch. Lucene’s Lana v Brandylan. Tanya had only one breeding, which produced Ch. Kochana’s Tanya of Lucene. Tanya produced three champions, Ch. Kochana’s Sandman, a top producer and winner in the 1979 era. Ch. Gretl v Bea Hal Rovina and Ch. Lucene’s Double Delight, CD, produced Ch. Lucene’s Double Delight MPG, sister Ch. Lucene’s Lana v Brandlylan produced the winner b&t male Multi BIS Ch. Brandyland’s Lanson of Lucene, bred by Theresa Bush and later coowned by the late Ed Jenner of Knolland Farm dachshund fame. This dog won 6 All Breed Best in Shows in just 6 months. The handler was once again, the great Lorraine Heichel before she became an AKC License judge.

1975 to 1977

At this time in her dachshund breeding program she saw a beautiful b&t female at a specialty show up in Los Angeles. When she came back into the Brood Bitch Class with two of her get, she knew she had to have her. Jeanine talked to her breeder, Mercedes Sable, about leasing her for a breeding, which she agreed too. Her name was Von Luckner’s Deidre. Jeanine bred her to Ch. Lucene’s Tanner. The litter produced three champions. They were Ch. Von Luckner’s Derdie, Ch. Von Luckner’s Tannerson and Ch. Lucene’s Tar Tan. He sired three champions. These great bitches that she came upon were the exceptions. In her opinion, many breeders didn’t have what is called “the eye” to know what a once in a life time dog is. If it were so, where are the Favorites, Falcons, Wing and a Prayer with over a hundred offspring? When breeders have these offspring from these great ones, how many had the wisdom to know the correct way to carry on the LOOK, or as we call the breed type. Some call it style.

While she was doing a judging assignment up

at Whidby Island she came across another red bitch with the most glorious fore chest. Her rear angulation and true straight on drive and reach is far and few between in today’s dogs. Even her dogs today are hard to keep with the fronts and rears like the old ones now gone. The breeder of this bitch at the show was mainly a miniature breeder. Her dogs were duplicates of the ones that left ring. This wonderful breeder with an “eye” for the correct structure of the breed standard was the eccentric, Beth Harcharik. She did not give this small bitch the win, only Reserve, but after the judging was over, Jeanine bought her for her breeding program. The dog’s name was Glamorgan’s Gypsy Anitra. She was bred to Ch. Lucene’s Tanner and produced three champions. They were Ch. Lucene’s Sunshine, Ch. Metzler’s Gypsy Magic of Lucene, CD, TT#1 and Can. Ch. Alangales Marquee.

In September of that 1977 Jeanine entered two of her dogs at the Dachshund of California Specialty Show. Jeanine’s friend Diane Poranski flew in from New York. She wanted to see Ch. Lucene’s Tar Tan and use him with one of her b&t bitches. She handled him at the specialty, and Jeanine handled Ch. Lucene’s Tanner. There were 23 champions entered in the Specials Class. The top dogs were there, including the Wheaton Wirehair miniature, Ch. Elenbusch Holly Golightly, handled by Evonne Chashoudian, and the longhair Robdach’s Party Princess. The judge was the late Larry Krebs. If anyone would know the good as well as the bad faults of her dogs it would be this judge since he was the handler of her dogs 5½ years earlier. When he pointed to Jeanine to bring her dog into the center of the ring with five others she couldn’t believe it. Diane said get out there or she would take the lead and do it. Jeanine thought it was just going to be a courtesy gesture, but he chose Tanner above the rest and went on to Best in Show over 175 dogs. She thought she had done all there was to do in dogs and was ready to retire. Jeanine was an AKC judge of Bassets, Dachshunds, and Jr. Showmanship, so she was doing that on the side those days.

1980

Ch. Metzler’s Gypsy Magic of Lucene CD, TT#1 was a big beautiful red bitch that was Best In Show at the Golden Gate Dachshund Specialty. She had extremely intelligent and sound temperament. She was a fast learner in the obedience ring and passed this on her pups. She was bred to Dual Ch. Lostdog’s Emperor’s Norton and produced four Champions; Ch. Tokay’s Crown Prince Norton, Ch. Lucene’s Magic Jewel of Tokay CDX, TT#19, Ch. Tokay’s Magic Enchantress, and Ch. Tokay’s Magic Star. Jeanine bred Ch. Lucene’s Delight of Kochana CD, to the nice red male Ch. Mordox Brutus. The litter had one champion, Ch. Lucene’s Farrah. She produced two champions: Ch. Mordox Brutus Jr. v Lassen and Ch. Ericka, CDX. The sister to Ch. Lucene’s Magic Jewel of Tokay, CDX TT#19, Ch. Today’s Magic Enchantress was bred to Ch. Lucene’s Stardom (sire of 9 champions) and produced the very lovely b&t Ch. Lucene’s Velvet of Jodell. She thought there

would be more champions in this litter. Both parents were picture of the breed standard!

1983

At this time in Jeanine’s breedings she was once again in a dismal turmoil. She had bred Ch. Lucene’s Daily Double (dam of 8 champions), shown and finished by her daughter Mechelle Sudinski, three times to a grand red champion, but never a litter. She was ready to quit breeding after trying for a year and a half. Jeanine gave a lot of thanks to her dear friend, Ida May Williams, who talked her into giving one more try at it. Jeanine did the un-thinkable at the time, and bred her to a longhair male, since that is what Ida May was the breeder of along with smooth and longhair miniatures. The sire was Ch. Margales Wrangler. Two smooth champions came from this breeding: Ch. Lucene’s Dorian and Ch. Max Von Feund. Later she was bred to another longhair Ch. Margales

1987 to 1989

The next and last productive breeding was to Ch. Maxsohn’s Star of Choo Choo. He was owned by the late breeder, Maria Hayes. This male sired thirty eight, maybe more, champions. From this breeding came five pups that looked like peas in a pod, and all reds. You could not tell them apart. Everyone finished their championship. They were: Ch. Lucene’s Stardom, Ch. Lucene’s Tiara, Ch. Lucene’s Candace of Jodell, Ch. Lucene’s Belle Star and Ch. Lucene’s Double Delight MPG.

1990 to 1992

People talk about breeding a winner - it took place when Jeanine bred Ch. Magic Jewel of Today CD TT#19 to Ch. Maxsohn’s Cracker Jack. This b&t male sired nine champions. A b&t bitch, named Ch. Lucene’s Silhouette CDX, TT#21, was about to make the Lucene name known in the inside circle of dachshunds.

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Rhinestone Cowboy, which produced one champion Ch. Lucene’s Red Maverick.
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champions. His son sired fourteen champions. Between them that’s twenty seven! His sons name was Ch. Lucene’s Phantom.

1993

they

why not enter Ch. Lucene’s Silhouette.

was Best of Winners two days and Winners Bitch from the Bred by Exhibitor Class and Best Bred by Exhibitor in show, All Varieties, for a total of 14 points. The following weekend she got her last point for her championship.

Daughter Mechelle went on to complete Silhouette’s Companion Dog Excellent Degree soon after. Then came another BIG win at the same show with Ch. Flemings Prince of Daxyline. Jeanine can’t remember the exact number of champions entered in the Specials Class, most likely around fifty, or more! It took forever to judge this class, about two hours, she was afraid Daxy would not hold up, and get tired. Mechelle was showing him and seemed to have the sixth sense about when the judge would be looking in her direction because she always had the dog up and looking good. It all ended up with Daxy wining Best Opposite Sex to Best in Show to a different bitch all three days … weird, but this is the big show. They were thankful for being considered. She was sure no other could match him as a sire. He sired thirteen

In 1993 Ch. Lucene Magic Jewel of Tokay, CDX, TT#24 was bred to Ch. Lucene’s Stardom and produced at the time, Jeanine thought, one of her best red males. His name was Ch. Lucene’s Cruiser, owned by the late Rosina McConnel. Another dog worth mentioning sired by Ch. Lucene’s Stardom was a red bitch which could have finished her championship easily had the owner been so inclined, was Lucene’s Lillian Hulet. She produced Ch. Lucene’s Juliette a great producer of four bitches that in themselves produced well. They were Ch. Lucene’s Diamond of Houndhill, top producer of six champions in one year, Ch. Lucene’s Dancer, ROMX, Ch. Lucene’s Naomi O My, and Ch. Lucene’s Poppy Jasper and a b&t male Ch. Lucene’s Lexus. Ch. Lucene’s Dancer produced four champions. They were Ch. Lucene’s Firebird, ROM, Ch. Lucene’s Pretoria v Bittersweet, Best of Variety at the 2003 Eukanuba Kennel Club Show, Ch. Lucene’s Friendly Fireman, sire of four champions and Ch. Lucene’s Crown Victoria, Best of Variety at the Dachshund Club of California Specialty Supported show at the 2004 Dachshund Club of America National Specialty Show. It would be almost endless for Jeanine to tell us about all the champions her males have produced.

1996

It might be worth mentioning here about a particular judging assignment she had in Australia in 1996. She had not gone into any details in that area, but Jeanine was invited to judge the Australian National Dachshund Specialty in Melbourne. It was a two day show with an entry of 538. If one thinks that is spectacular, the dog I chose for Best in Show was the same dog that won the year before. He was the longhair Ch. Keaton’s Jake, by Ch. Boondox Jumping Jack Flash and Ch. Lonengrin’s Flame.

1997 to 1999

One of the great producers still going strong at eleven years was the handsome red male by Ch. Landmark Bold Ruler and Ch. Lucene’s Chantilly, sister to Ch. Lucene’s Phantom. He was Ch. Lucene’s Winston of Landmark (sire of 10 champions). The six champions from Ch. Lucene’s Diamond of Houndhill, who was Reserve Winners Bitch at the 2000 DCA National, are; Ch. Lucene’s Pardon my French, Ch. Lucene’s Sun Dance, owned by Lexa Richmond, Ch. Lucene’s Bentley of Landmark, Ch. Lucene’s Golden Red Sun, owned by Storm Britten Ilouno, Ch. Lucene’s Sir Duke of Landmark, owned by Barbara Butterworth, and Ch. Lucene Meine Ruf Knabe, owned by Pam Strong. Each time Jeanine achieved another height in her breeding program along with her

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2022 Friday, Oct. 14 Kankakee River Valley KC Mr. David Bolus Friday, Oct. 14 Kankakee River Valley KC Mr. Jon R. Cole Saturday, Oct. 15 Quincy KC Mrs. Ann Savory Bolus Saturday, Oct. 15 Quincy KC Robert E. Hutton Sunday, Oct. 16 Illinois Capitol KC, Inc. Mrs. Patti Widdick Neale For additional information contact: Foy Trent Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box C, Sturgeon, MO 65284-0397, (573) 687-2101 info@foytrentdogshows.com WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE! With the Potential for 10 MAJORS Thursday, Oct. 20 Champaign Illinois KC Mr. Jon Titus Steele Friday, Oct. 21 Mattoon KC Mrs. Christine E. Calcinari Saturday, Oct. 22 Sandemac KC Dr. Eric Liebes Sunday, Oct. 23 Illinois Capitol KC, Inc. Mrs. Paula Nykiel Sunday, Oct. 23 • Lincolnland Dachshund Club 46th Specialty • Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen Regular, Non-Regular Classes & Junnior Showmanship Sweepstakes Classes & Costume Classes • Ms. Debbie Feliciano Illinois State Fairgrounds Exposition Building Springfield, IL 62702 DO NOT MISS Our Costume Class Raffle Silent Auctions Entries Close 12:00 Noon EDT Wednesday, October 5, 2022 FLASH LDC Inaugural Field Trial 11/11/22 Portland, IN 10 Shows One Location the Dachshund Club of America National Specialty Show, which was held in Los Angeles, CA in 1992. This is a BIG show like winning the Kentucky Derby. Little unknowns do not win (so Jeanine thought). Jeanine and
had never shown at the nationals
so
thought
She
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daughter’s success in showing them to championships, and new young dachshund enthusiasts coming into the dachshund world, it made Jeanine feel all the trials and tribulations were worth it.

2000

Jeanine and Mechelle did not go to another Dachshund Club of America National Specialty until the year 2000. It was in May, and held in Mesa, AZ. Their only intention in going to the show was to deliver her bitch, Ch. Lucene’s Dancer to the owner of the stud dog, Ch. Stardox Here Comes the Sun. His owner Lorraine Genieczko was out from New Jersey. This was in no way thinking of another big win like in 1992 at the National Specialty, but they thought as long as they had to go anyway, why not enter two dogs. So, they took Ch. Lucene’s Daxyline Ringmaster and his daughter, Ch. Lucene’s Diamond of Houndhill.

The Specials Class was huge. It seemed that every champion in the country was entered under the Japanese judge that day. Ringo must have been in the ring for three hours of judging. The suspense kept building as Mechelle kept making the cut for the final selection for Best of Variety. She was able to stay in the ring against the big tough men handlers. There were ten men in the final cut, and Mechelle, the only girl! The judge kept pulling her out of the regular line up and having her gait “Ringo’ with one dog after another in the preferred line up of men in contention. Over and over the judge kept changing his mind. Jeanine was ready to faint from an anxiety attack! Finally he called Mechelle from the regular line up and put her in front of the ten men and kept her there and said, “Take them around the ring.”

Instead of pointing to whoever he had decided on, he had second thoughts and told them to stop and set their dogs in a show stack. Jeanine thought to herself, if Mechelle is going to take this win today, it will be on the way she sets up a dog the superb way she does. She was right because the judge walked down the line and when he got to Mechelle he stopped in front of her and Ringo, who had "”the look of eagles” in his eyes. She had his neck stretched into an arch. Jeanine held her breath, then he said the ‘magic words’, “You are Best of Variety.” The applause was deafening and another BIG win at the Nationals eight years later. It must also be mentioned that the Reserve Winners Bitch was Ringo’s daughter, Ch. Lucene’s Diamond of Houndhill.

2001 to 2004

Jeanine was privileged to judge the Knickerbocker Dachshund Club Specialty Show (third time since 1989). She judged smooths that day. She was bewitched by the beauty of the Best of Variety Winner, and later, Best in Show Winner, Ch. Laddland Juliet. I mentioned to the handler that she was once in a lifetime bitch, and would love to breed one like her. After the

judging was over the club gave a beautiful sterling silver Revere Bowl to the top dachshund breeder for the year. Thank goodness Jeanine judged the way she did as the winner chosen for the top Breeder was Kaye Ladd, breeder of Juliet. Up to that day she only heard of Kaye Ladd, and read books she had written, but never seen her. Well, the handler must have told her what Jeanine said about Juliet being a once in a lifetime bitch, and it impressed her so much she came over and introduced herself and they talked a bit and Jeanine told her if ever Juliet had a litter that she would be honored to have a pup like her. A year later, 2001, Kaye called and said Juliet had a litter of eight and sent pictures in the mail. If Jeanine liked one, pick it out and she would ship it out to California to her. Talk about an eye for a dog, Jeanine must have had it to pick on by just a photo at nine weeks old. Instead of a red, she picked out a b&t female and named her BISS Ch. Laddland Crown Jewel of Lucene. All puppies Juliet had finished their championships. When Jewel was still two years old I entered her and two of my other dogs, Ch. Lucene’s Friendly Fireman and Ch. Lucene’s Crown Victoria, both dogs were by Ch. Lucene’s Dancer, but different sires, in the 2004 Dachshund Club of America National Specialty Show. At the national show, Jewel took Best in Show over the toughest competition in the country. Her two sisters were competing too. Jeanine gives a lot of thanks to her handler (daughter) Mechelle.

2005

The following year, 2005, Jewel repeated the win with a Best of Variety and a Best Opposite Sex to Best in Show. To top it off, she received an invitation from the Westminster Kennel Club to come to their show in New York in February 2005. The top four dachshunds in the point system in the country got these, and Jewel was number four. My daughter was not able to go since she was expecting their litters of Rottweilers due about the same time. When Jeanine informed hervnew prodigy, Lexa Richmond, about not going, she said that she would go to New York. Since Lexa had never been there before, this would be a Christmas present from her parents. She said we would keep it a secret so no one knew Jewel was coming, because everyone connected Mechelle with Jewel. No one knew Lexa, an un-known 28 year old school teacher from Midland, Texas. No one paid any attention to them. It was rather funny in a way, but that was soon to change. There were over 20 Specials entered that day and Lexa said as soon as she entered the ring the judge could not take his eyes off of Jewel. Afterwards when he gave her the Best of Variety ribbon, he said, “Who are you?” When she explained to him the circumstances about how she came to bring Jewel to the show he said, “You were amazing!”

2006

Eleven years ago Jeanine was fortunate to find another blood line that worked with her breeding program. It was the Landmark line in

Waldo, Maine. This incredible breeder was Barbara Butterworth. When she tried to explain the rewards of breeding with her line the reply she would get, “It’s so far away.” Distance has never been a factor with her if there is a chance she could better the breed. Too many bad breeders are more interested in convenience and winning than giving back to the future generations for the betterment of the breed.

2007 - 2022

In these years the dog breeding of Lucene transformed over to Mechelle’s property from Jeanine’s as Jeanine was getting older. A few of the ‘oldsters’ stayed at Jeanine’s and the breeding dogs went to Mechelle’s. Some of the greats to come from these breedings were: Ch. Lucene’s Windsor, Ch. Lucene’s Merlin, Ch. Lucene’s Crowning Glory, Ch. Lucene’s Ruby Red Shoes, Ch. Lucene’s Austin Healey, Ch. Lucene’s Good Golly Miss Molly, and Ch. Lucene’s Princess Diana. A longtime dream of Mechelle’s finally manifested itself when they added the standard chocolate to their breeding line, Ch. Dollidachs Truffle Treasures of Lucene.

2014

In 2014 Jeanine and Mechelle received the Eukanuba Hound Breeder of the Year Award.

DCA published an article about the award on Jeanine in the Spring 2015 Newsletter. It’s still on-line and can be found here: https://issuu.com/dachshundclubofamerica/docs/s pring2015dca

“In closing I would like to say that I feel very lucky to have been around and to have seen the ‘great’ dogs that are now off the modern-day pedigree. I have seen, talked, visited and been taught by those wonderful breeders/owners of the by-gone big kennels of show and breeding stock. They exhibited fearlessly for twenty, thirty years. I showed among the very best there ever was, or is. I have put in my time as they used to tell me. I truly believe I was one of the privileged ones.”

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human drug targeting an immune checkpoint, which is a protein on the surface of T-cells [part of the body’s immune system], and studies showed that targeting the T-cells could treat some patients with melanoma. Today, there are several immune checkpoint inhibitor immunotherapy drugs approved for use in 37 different kinds of cancer,” he said.

“After I helped get one of the melanoma drugs approved, I asked, ‘Can we use this in dogs?’” (In addition to their shared expertise in immunotherapy and oncology, Drs. Kaufman, Wittrup, and Fan are all dog owners.)

cytokine was able to attract “killer” T-cells to the tumor site, where they are thought to kill cancer cells.

“The ability to keep the cytokines local is what makes Ankyra’s approach innovative,” said Dr. Fan.

The Ankyra trial also explores a range of escalating dosages. Three dogs will receive the first specific dose, three more dogs will get the next-level dose, and then three additional dogs will receive the highest dose. If the researchers note concerning side effects, they will continue to refine the dosages and add more dogs to the study. Monitoring and follow-up will continue on a schedule similar to that used in the 2021 trial, i.e., until the team sees tumors growing or not recurring.

An Answer for Cancer?

The two trials will yield a lot of information about how effective this novel treatment is and help determine the best approach for drug delivery and dosage. Findings will be evaluated to improve patient care, inform human trials, and advance knowledge of cancer biology.

a huge tailwind in terms of seeing similar effects in people.”

“If the new treatment is effective, it could have two very important spinoffs,” Dr. Fan said. “It could open the door for new therapies that could be widely available and transformative for veterinarians to add to the toolbox for dogs with melanoma.

“And the results of this trial can inform and guide a similar trial for people. The first hurdle is: Does it work for melanoma? If the response to this trial is positive, there is a possibility that it could be expanded to other types of cancerous tumors.”!

Copyright 2022 University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine

Reprinted with permission

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Timothy Fan, DVM, PhD, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (in Small Animal Internal Medicine and in Oncology)

Professor and Principal Investigator, Comparative Oncology Research Laboratory, University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine

Stage

Ankyra Adds Innovations

The Ankyra clinical trial differs from the earlier trial in that it eliminates the use of radiation and uses a different cytokine, a new way to retain the cytokines within the cancer microenvironment, and a new dosage escalation scheme.

To trigger the immune response, the new trial uses a new drug, named cANK-101, that Ankyra created from canine interleukin-12 (IL-12). The first trial used an IL-2 and IL-12 combination. Another innovation from Ankyra is the use of aluminum-hydroxide, a chemical compound

“We’re looking for clinical endpoints that answer crucial questions: Does the dog’s tumor shrink? Do CT scans track the size of the tumor? Do we have anti-cancer activity? How well is the therapy tolerated? And we’ve already predicted it will be well tolerated. Do the dogs develop a fever or other signs of systemic effects?” said Dr. Fan.

“The similarities between dogs and humans at the molecular and cellular level are strong. [This trial] will give us a huge tailwind in terms of seeing similar effects in people.”

Dr. K. Dane Wittrup, Carbon P. Dubbs Professor in Chemical Engineering and Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology:

“For the research endpoints, we want to know: Are we able to show that there is an increase in the number of immune cells? Is there an increase of lymphocytes [white blood cells that produce antibodies or kill cancer cells]?”

Although Ankyra was founded with a focus on human cancer therapy, the company now envisions developing therapies that work for companion animals. “We want to continue to develop immuno-oncology drugs to treat cancer,” Dr. Kaufman said, “and we would like to say that we had an impact on cancer in both humans and dogs.”

The Human Connection

Fast-growing,

commonly found in vaccines, to retain the cytokines within the immediate vicinity of the injection. Dr. Kaufman said that studies in mouse models showed that this approach helped the cytokines to both stay in the tumor environment for up to 30 days without leaking out, and the

Because these trials involve pet dogs with naturally occurring cancers, as opposed to mouse models with induced cancer, the success to date is extremely promising.

“When you look at the historical records about how long these dogs survived and whether their tumors ever regressed, the answers were ‘not too long’ and ‘never,’” said Dr. Wittrup. “The similarities between dogs and humans at the molecular and cellular level are strong. It will give us

Program Leader, Cancer Center at Illinois Professor, Institute for Genomic Biology

Professor, Carle Illinois College of Medicine t-fan@illinois.edu, 217-333-5375

Howard Kaufman, MD President, CEO, Ankyra Therapeutics hkaufman@ankyratx.com

K. Dane Wittrup, PhD

Carbon P. Dubbs Professor in Chemical Engineering and Biological Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wittrup@mit.edu

For information about enrolling a patient in the Ankyra trial at Illinois, please contact: Rebecca Kamerer, CVT, Clinical Trials Coordinator: rmoss81@illinois.edu, 217-300-6453

College of Veterinary Medicine 3505 Veterinary Medicine Basic Sciences Building 2001 S Lincoln Ave. | Urbana, IL 61802

Phone: 217.333.2760, Fax: 217.333.4628

Images: https://www.ndsr.co.uk/veterinaryprofessionals/insight/news-65-malignant-melanoma

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Mrs. Terry M. DePietro

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Florida Classic Park, Brooksville, Florida

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Mary Olich Nie

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• Entries Close 12/28/22 Judge: Mrs.
C. Wilson
2023 • Entries Close 12/28/22 Judge:
Sweepstakes Judge:
2023 • Entries Close 1/4/23 Judge: Mrs.
21, 2023 • Entries Close 1/4/23 Judge: Mr. Walter M. Jones Sweepstakes Judge:
Byrne 10 Supported Entry
12, 2023 ~ Judge: Mrs. Donnelle Richard January 13, 2023 ~ Judge: Mrs. Linn Klingel-Brown January 14, 2023 ~ Judge: Mr. Jon R. Cole January 15, 2023 ~ Judge: Carolyn A. Herbel January 16, 2023 ~ Judge: Robin Casey Entries close: Wednesday, December 28, 2022
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~ Judge: Dr. Jose Luis Payro January 19, 2023 ~ Judge: Mr. Randy Garren January 20, 2023 ~ Judge: M.D. Andrea Bradford January 21, 2023 ~ Judge: Mr. Garry Newton January 22, 2023 ~ Judge: Mr.
E. Moore Entries close: Wednesday, January 4, 2023 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent mbf@infodog.com • 336-379-9352 www.fgcdachshundclub.com
Artwork: Barbara Dubitsky
Dachshund Club of America Autumn 202222 Our Veteran: MBISS Multiple Group Placing GCHB Fusions The Greatest Show on Earth MS Bred by Amy Cottleeer owners: Amy Cotteleer, Reilly Matelski CH Platinums Cheshire CatNow That’s The Cats Pajama’s GCHG Fusions Inchoots Jimi Johns Freaky Fast MS X CH. Maybelline the Beauty Queen MW owners/breeders: Amy Cotteleer, Reilly Matelski Shown on a limited basis Kitty is a Champion at 15 months! AOM from puppy class Midwest Dachshund Club 2022 Look for Kitty in 2023!
Dachshund
Club of America Autumn 2022 23 Amy Cotteleer 262-617-4999 amy@platinum-dachsunds.com Webpage: platinum-dachshunds.com MBISS Multiple Group Placing GCHP Fusions Inchoots Platinums Jimi Johns Freaky Fast MS GCH Nomalas Doodle Dandy V Tudorglen MS X GCHB Fusions the Greatest Show On Earth owners: Amy Cotteleer, Reilly Matelski #1 mini smooth breed system 2019, and top ranking mini smooth dachshund 2019-2022

Dallas-Fort Worth Dachshund Club represents DCA at the Dallas AKC Meet the Breeds Event

On June 25th and 26th, 2022 AKC held their Meet the Breeds at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in downtown Dallas, Texas. This was a well-attended public event requiring purchased tickets. Sandi Myers was selected by DCA Delegate, Larry Sorenson to coordinate the dachshund booth.

Despite some initial disorganization and minimal information from AKC (before the cancelled 2021 event), the 2022 event turned out to be a great opportunity for the public to meet our dachshunds and learn about the breed. Sandi Myers as the liaison, worked hard to make sure participants had as much information as possible, enough club members and dogs to staff our booth, pamphlets to hand out to the attendees and even a QR code to scan for more information about our clubs. DCA sent the logo tablecloth and documents to share with the public.

A couple of days leading up to the event, AKC requested dachshunds and some other breeds for the media promotions on 2 local TV channels.

There was great representation at each breed booth, as well as demonstrations in a large center ring by the Dog Training Club of Dallas County and other local training facilities in

scentwork, rally, and obedience. There was an AKC logo merchandise sales area and a few other product vendors looking to attract more business from the dog fancy.

This event was definitely a marathon with exhibitors arriving early on both Saturday and Sunday and staying until the event closed at 4 pm each day. AKC provided lunch and free admission to exhibitors. DFWDC decided to cover parking charges for participating club members. A minimum number of dogs were required each day to receive the full stipend. We are proud to report we had 10 dachshunds (including one from Houston Dachshund Club’s, Nancy Colson while she manned the Whippet booth) each day to rotate on view.

We were proud to show off all three varieties and both sizes of well-mannered dogs. We had not only champions and multi-titled dogs, but a representative from our breed rescue who is a frosty-faced senior citizen spending the rest of his days in the lap of luxury. People lined up to pet the dogs and talk everything dachshund. There were many photos taken, a lot of stories shared about the attendees’ dachshunds and many questions asked and answered.

Saturday participants were Sandi Myers & Ken Hagmueller with Sammy, Rami & Taylor

Kathleen Coleman and Dave Fulenwider with JJ, Miles & Luke

Karen Henry with Journey & Gambler

Patty Merritt with Lenny Nancy Colson with Abby on loan!

Sunday participants: Sandi Myers with Sammy, Rami & Taylor

Kathleen Coleman & Dave Fulenwider with JJ, Miles & Luke

Nancy Colson’s Abby

Patty Merritt with Bohdi

Stephen & Ashley Dumas with Tony & Natalie

We thank DCA and AKC for the opportunity to share our dachshunds with the dog loving DallasFort Worth community.

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Saturday MTB Booth - L to R: Sandi Myers with Sammy, Taylor, Abby; Ken Hagmueller with Rami; Patty Merritt with Lenny; Karen Henry with Gambler and Journey; Kathleen Coleman Fulenwider with JJ and Luke; not pictured Dave Fulenwider with Miles. Sunday MTB Booth - L to R: Nancy Colson with Abby; Sandi Myers with Taylor, Rami and Sammy; Ashley Dumas with Natalie; Stephen Dumas with Tony; Patty Merritt with Bodhi; Kathleen Coleman with Luke; Not pictured - Dave Fulenwider with Miles and JJ.

you Judge

Andrea Bradford

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(CH Walmar’s Casanova “Cass” X GCHB Champagne Von Links V Raab SL SWN “Gracie”) Thank
Dr.
MD for awarding this young
BOV and Vanessa for handling him. Breeder/Owner/Handler: Mary
Ellen
Byrne Co-bred and owned with Lucy
Granowicz
Be
watching
for Renee
Rosamilia
to
be handling him in the
future.
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Wigeon.

This little dog never ceases to amaze me. From the moment he came into my life Wigeon has told me again and again that he is up for anything. All I have to do is ask. In April, I asked him if he wanted to run some bunnies. Of course he said yes and off we went to Indiana to the field trials. There were lots of great dogs, the weather cooperated, and he earned an Award of Merit in Champion Dog Stakes.

In May I asked him to track. My dream has always been to have a tracking dog and this is the year it was possible. With the help and encouragement from many people we were certified and track-ready. They laid a beautiful TD track for us and he ran it beautifully almost to the end, where he took a detour. When we put him back on track he found the glove with ease. The judges were wonderful and assured us that he would earn that TD title before I knew it.

A few days later I asked him if he would care to do a little earth dogging. This might just be his favorite

America

Year

thing ever. Another great couple of days netted him two more Master Earthdog legs and a second event to add to his Triathlete list.

Our third event was a special event for both of us. Back in 2020 he injured his neck while running the fenceline with our collie. The prognosis was grave but after almost two years his neurologist gave Wigeon his blessing to run agility again. DCA was his first time back in competition and he earned a second place in Master Standard.

The last event was obedience and though it is not his favorite pastime, he came through for me with a first place in Veteran Obedience. I asked. He delivered.

It is such an honor to have earned the 2022 Triathlete of the Year award. And it is great to be part of the dachshund community and enjoy sharing my life with dachshunds, the dogs who really CAN do it all, and prove it every single day.

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DC Keysown Mr. Smidgen of Wigeon CD RAE FDC MX MXB MXJ MJB XF T2B ME CAA DCAT NDD RATO SWN CGCA CGCU TKE 2022 Dachshund Club of
Triathlete of the
Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2022 27 (Ch. Boondox Kafka ROMX* “Korky” X GCH Jarbsy's Carly von Skaer “Carly”) Pictured at 16 months old Breeder/Owner/Handler: Sandy Arnold, Jarbsy Dachshunds Co-breeders: Barb Skaer & Anne Schmidt 812-322-1842 • jarbsydox@gmail.com JARBSY DACHSHUNDS

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earned

Dachshund Club of America Autumn 202228 In spite
being deaf and having a congenital vestibular syndrome that causes problems with his motor skills, we
of Boulder as “differently”-abled, rather than disabled. He earned his Field Championship at 8 months of age including one Absolute from the Open class, and, as July 2022, he has earned four First placements and two Absolutes in his last four starts in the Field Champion class. FC Kolja A
Keleti
Tuz, “Jack” x
FC Lady of the Lake Aus Der Wutzelgrube ME BCAT, “Laeken”
Seve
his
Field Championship when he was 6½ months old,
including four First placements. At 7½
months of age,
he
passed
the United
Blood Trackers,
Inc. UBT 1
blood tracking test.
Jack was
bred by Sherry Ruggieri, and is owned by Lori Isaacson.
Laeken was
bred by Anika Ringwelski,
and is
owned by Larry Gohlke & Cheri Faust.
Boulder, Seve
and
Loki (not
pictured)
were
bred by Larry Gohlke & Cheri Faust.
Boulder is owned
by Larry Gohlke & Cheri Faust.
Seve is
owned by Debbie Senkbeil and Laurie Rutherford.
Loki,
beginning his career Fall 2022, is owned by Linda Snyder.
Photography
credit to Patricia Nance – Fieldworthy Photography
Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2022 29 FC Boulder vom Nordlicht FC Seve vom Nordlicht CGC

AMERICA, INC. BOARD MEETING MINUTES

Saturday, January 29, 2022 Embassy Suites Hotel, Irving, TX

Meeting called to order at 9:00 am CT by President Carl Holder.

Members Present: Carl Holder, Cheryl Shultz, Cindy Niles, Debby Krieg, Denny Van Hook, Georjan Bridger, Janet Schwalbe, Kathy Lockyer, Ken Levison, Larry Sorenson, Monika Martin, Sandy Arnold, Wally Jones, Dan Burke & Vicki Spencer

Members Absent: Connie Fisher, Fran Colonna, Lorraine Simmons, Randy Eltringham

Guests Present: Ken Hagmueller, Lexa Richmond

Approval of Minutes:

Minutes from the Sept 25 & Oct 25, 2021 Board meetings (Zoom) were approved without objection.

Ratification of email votes on the Rally Trophy updates, changes to the National Specialty Rosettes and the updated Job Description for the DCA Raffle Chair were approved without objection.

Report of Officers:

President: Carl Holder

Carl welcomed new Board Member Monika Martin (VA).

All agenda items to be discussed at meetings must be turned in or distributed to the Board at least 2 weeks prior to the meeting date.

Trophy Report from Sheila Parish shows 7 outstanding Absolute Plaques that have not been sent out due to lack of information on the recipient.

Ken recommended a recognition to thank Sheila for her many hours of continuing work with the Trophy Program (plaques, medallions & pins). The Board will publish a Resolution in the next Newsletter. Sandy will resume work on an article on the history of the plaques, medallions & pins.

Dates for the 2023 & 2024 Contracts to hold the DCA National Specialty at Purina Farms in Gray Summit, MO are: 2023: March 18-19 Earthdog, March 20-24 Conformation/Obedience/Agility 2024: May 18-24

Corresponding Secretary: Cheryl Shultz

AKC now gives permission for clubs to hold up to 4 specialties per year in conformation, not including hosting the National Specialty. This may negate the need for “Parent Club” specialties in the future.

Denise Siemssen reported that Anne Radice has a group of items from Iris Love’s Estate that will be donated to DCA for the Raffle/Ways & Means. She will transport to DCA in St. Louis.

Meet the Breeds. DCA has committed to sponsor 1 per year. There are 6 planned across the US in 2022 but some may be postponed.

Follow up on correspondence regarding status of Pedigree Research. Sandy will contact Cyndy Senff to see where we are with this project.

Recording Secretary: Sandy Arnold

MOTION: Begin using Groups.io platform for ongoing DCA Board communication.

MOTION PASSED.

MOTION: Set up & begin using Groups.io platform for sending ‘blast’ emails to the DCA Membership

MOTION PASSED.

MOTION: The Board designates both Secretaries (Recording & Corresponding) to be able to post messages sent out to the entire membership.

MOTION PASSED.

Treasurer’s Report: Ken Levison

Financial Reports were emailed to the Board on 1/16/22. There was discussion & clarification on what part of the DCA Ways & Means was donated to the DCA Health & Welfare Trust. Ken stated that “any excess of revenue over costs for Ways & Means will be donated to the DCA H&WT.” The Standing Rules will be updated to add the change in phrasing for clarity.

MOTION: Pass Annual budget from what Ken submitted to Board on 1/16/22.

MOTION PASSED.

AKC Delegate’s Report: Larry Sorenson Larry reported:

AKC is continuing to try to hold “Meet the Breeds” in various cities around U.S. Clubs will soon have option to divide Bred-by Exhibitor class into puppy and adult.

MOTION: DCA will offer divided Bred-by Exhibitor classes, Puppy & Adult at the National Specialty, in that order.

MOTION PASSED.

Triple Champions. Dual Champions must be a conformation (bench) champion and a field champion. Triple Champions have to include an additional Championship that is competitive and something related to what the breed was bred for/to do.

Regarding ongoing issue of showing neutered dogs in conformation, Cheryl says Larry needs to submit the Board’s request to be able to show 7+yr old neutered dogs in the Dual Champion Class to Gina @AKC (the AKC Secretary).

AKC PAC donations-Doing LOTS of good work. States 501(c)(7) organizations cannot donate, but individuals can. Larry says this group needs recognition and donations.

Larry has spoken to Mary Olich Nie to look into a semen bank for dachshunds and to be a representative to AKC Purebred Preservation Bank. Larry would serve as an assistant to navigate the DCA part.

MOTION: Mary Olich Nie will serve as a representative to AKC Purebred Preservation Bank

(AKCPPB), with Larry as Assistant. MOTION PASSED.

Nominating Committee: Carl Holder

Carl asked for a Board Member to chair the Nominating Committee and Kathy Lockyer nominated Janet Schwalbe. The following members were nominated to be on the committee:

Kaye Atkinson (TN), Anne Carson (GA), Ken Hagmueller (TX) & Jan Oswald (CA). 1st alternate is Trudy Kawami (NY), 2nd alternate is Jordan Wallis (OR), 3rd alternate is Mike Smith (NC).

Standing Committees:

Committee Job Description—Sandy sent out an updated ‘Job Description’ for the DCA Raffle Chair. This was a combined effort with Denise Siemssen, Monika Martin & Sandy to more accurately describe what the Raffle Chair does and how they work with Ways & Means.

Proposal was sent to the Board in Groups.io. Committee Chair Vacancies. Carl took nominations for Breeder Referral Chair and Cindy Niles was voted in as the new chair.

Archives:

Vicki reported that she & Ken went through previous list of items and without objection, the Board okayed their list of items to go to the DCA Raffle/Silent Auction/Ways & Means.

Good Sportsmanship:

Janet reports that the committee is developing a brochure and will have information at the DCA Education Fair.

Judges Education/Illustrated Standard—Janet asked about clarifying the criteria and process for approving Parent Club Mentors. Ken stated that the Board approved an updated application and process in 2020 that is in the Standing Rules.

Membership Chair: Georjan emailed the Board 12 new member applications.

The Board voted to accept Shelly Baldwin (OH), Ava Hata (CA, Junior), Lyle & Donna Jenkins (ONT), Brenda Longoria (OK), Cindy McManus (GA), Adam & Madeline Peterson (NC), Debra & Albert Rowe (PA), Stacey Sullivan (CA), Derine Winning DVM (ND) into membership.

Georjan emailed the Board an updated Membership Report as of 12/31/21. She reported that the committee met & discussed ideas, including a survey. They are exploring ideas for distribution.

Newsletter:

Carl will get Lynne’s contract, which needs to be renewed, to send to the Board for discussion and voting.

Notable Dachshund Breeder Interviews:

Kathy passed a folder around at meeting with continued on page 32...

Dachshund Club of America Autumn 202230 DACHSHUND CLUB OF
Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2022 31 Breeders: Marianne McCullough, Breeder of Merit Gold and Molly & Dirk Howell Owners: Diane Kulesa and Marianne McCullough Presented by: Marietta Singleton Kenmar Hounds • Coconut Creek, Florida • Marianne McCullough • Kenmarhounds@gmail.com

names to see if anyone had information on any of these breeders. It was suggested that she post on Facebook to get more info/feedback.

Pedigree Research:

Sandy was asked to contact Cyndy about status and to see if she wants to continue working on this project.

Website:

Debby unveiled the new look & layout to the DCA Website that her and Emi Pedraza have worked to update, with assistance from Ken and Cheryl.

Special Committees:

DCA 2022

Denny had to replace an Earthdog judge and is hiring another to cover the newly approved Novice Earthdog class.

Debby announced that there will be a newly planned Education Fair at the DCA host hotel with the Ice Cream Social. “Breakfast with the Board” will be at the hotel on Wednesday morning. The new ‘Stud Dog Showcase’ has 30

profiles so far covering both sizes and all coats. Thursday’s Breeder’s Seminar is on Dachshund Genetics.

Debby presented changes to the 2022 National Specialty event entry fees with some increases and alignment. All changes were +$1$2, except tracking, which varies with the event. Increases were: Conformation 1st entry +$1, Sweeps +$1, Parade of Veterans -$7; Obedience 1st entry +$2, Additional entry +$1, Veteran +$1, Brace +$2, Brace Additional entry +$1; Agility 1st entry +$1; Field Trial +$2, Tracking +$20, Tracking Excellent +$15. (see separate chart)

MOTION: Adopt proposed entry fee changes for DCA National Events beginning with 2022 show.

MOTION PASSED.

MOTION: DCA will offer a Reserve Best Junior Award, regardless of total entry.

MOTION PASSED.

New Business:

DCA National Performance Judge Nominations

Cheryl brought up that there are very few Earthdog and Field Trial Judge nominations...there are several issues with low nominations, which may be attributed to not knowing event date/location, compensation, number of available judges, etc.

Dachshund Racing

Sandy proposed that we update or change the Board’s previously posted position on discouraging Dachshund Racing events. Without objection, the Board voted to rescind the policy on Dachshund Racing.

Dachshund Club of America Health & Welfare Trust

Denny reported a few updates for the DCA H&WT:

She has been checking the Canine Health Foundation & Morris Animal Foundation and there has not been any grants to give money to that are related to Dachshund issues.

Monies we get from Purina can be used for CHF donations OR Education. Monies in the H&WT can be spent on anything related to research, health or education.

Robert Schwalbe is now Treasurer.

Annual Newsletter insert from Purina Health Update on a dachshund health issue will be on Cushing’s Disease this year. Last year was on pes varus & angular limb deformities.

Next meeting date: Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at the Holiday Inn, in Eureka, MO.

Meeting adjourned at 3:57 pm CT.

Dachshund Club of America, Inc. Nomination Slate for the 2022 Election of Officers and Directors

In

President

Schwalbe, Chair; Kaye Atkinson, Anne

Shultz,

Drive, Corona, CA 92881

Redoak Drive, Lumberton, TX 77657

Hook, 3 Deerwood Trail, Fairview Heights, IL 62208 Corresponding Secretary Debby Krieg, 26550 Yearsley Road, Raymond, OH 43067 Recording Secretary Kathleen Lockyer, 428 Salmon Road, Brighton, TN 38011 Treasurer Kenneth H. Levison, 8155 E. Galinda Drive, Tucson, AZ 85750

Second

Board of Directors for the Class of 2025 – 3 Year Term

Sandy Arnold 3709 E. South Court, Bloomington, IN 47401 Constance Fisher 3820 Crums Church Road, Berryville, VA 22611

Monika Martin 30 Patent House Road, Charles Town, WV 25414 Mary Olich Nie 7050 Freedom Blvd., Aptos, CA 95003

Article V, Section 3 (B): Additional Nominations

Additional nominations of eligible members may be made by written petition addressed to the Corresponding Secretary and received at his or her regular address no later than October 1, 2022, signed by no fewer than ten (10) DCA members in good standing and accompanied by the written acceptance of each additional nominee signifying his or her willingness to be a candidate. The additional nominations, which are provided for herein, may be made only from among those members who have not accepted a nomination from the Nominating Committee.

Biographies for all DCA Positions

All candidates shall provide his/her biography, not to exceed 150 words (all words count). Each biography will be cut off at 150 words if it exceeds the limit. In a Standing Rule passed on May 19, 2011, all candidates, both nominated and those applying by written petition, must state all current dog clubs/dog organizations to which he/she belongs, and all offices held in such clubs/organizations. The words required to list such memberships and offices held will not be a part of the 150-word biography limitation. All biographies will be printed on the official election ballot. Please contact the Corresponding Secretary if you have any questions.

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accordance with DCA Bylaws ARTICLE V, Section 3 (A), the 2022 Nominating Committee (Janet
Carson, Ken Hagmueller and Jan Oswald as committee members) has nominated the following slate of Officers and Directors. Officers – 1 Year Term
Cheryl
3817 Seven Oaks
First Vice President Carl Holder, 1130
Vice President Deneice Van
Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2022 33 6 FIELD TRIALS DAYS Northern Illinois Brace Club Roscoe, Illinois Tuesday, October 11 through Sunday, October 16, 2022 Onsite camping with 30 amp & 15 amp electric and water hook-ups Dozens of hotels within 20 minutes of the grounds Ample day parking Training on the grounds allowed between trials Good rabbits, good food, good friends, good fun For more information contact: Cheri Faust • cherifaust@gmail.com

Midwest Dachshund Club

May 28, 2022

Breed Judge: Ms. Marianne McCullough

Total Entry Numbers

Longhair 26, Smooth 17, Wirehair 11

LONGHAIR

WD Baldox Certified Lover Boy ML Cindy Gates

RWD FC OC’S Grinding The Espresso ML Mary C .Stevenson & Robin LaFrance

WB/BOW Hundeleben Quick Pick At Vintage SL

Virginia Prentiss & C. J. Puig

RWB Hundeleben You’re The Cheesiest SL.

J. Haverick & K Gonzalez & C. J. Puig

BOV GCH Hundeleben Knock Knock, Who’s There SL Jeane Haverick & Kaileigh Gonzalez & Carlos Puig

BOS Hundeleben Quick Pick At Vintage SL

Virginia Prentiss & C. J. Puig

SELD CH Burdachs Tomkats Last Jedi MLD Tammy & Ehrling Lee Rose

SMOOTH

WD Incahoots Bydezyne Something To Talk About MS Christine Heitzmann

RWD Platinums Happy Hour MS Trina Krueger Jeff Krueger Amy Cotteleer

WB/BOW Platinums Cheshire Cat-Now Thats The Cats Pajamas Amy Cotteleer

RWB OC’S Cappuccino After A Hurricane At Sunrise-XO MS

Valerio Hernandez & Patricia Guthrie & Robin LaFrance

BOV GCHG Fusions Incahoots Platinums Jimi John Freaky Fast Amy & Reilly Cotteleer

BOS GCH Dublin Creeks Im A Freakin Delight

Katie Noyes

SELD CH Incahoots Vintage Hot Rod Lincoln Christine Heitzmann

SELB CH Meadowlake Billie Holiday MS Melanie Hackett & Karen Fitzpatrick

WIREHAIR

WD/BOW Platinums God Save The Queen MW Amy Cotteleer

RWD Hundeleben Ratatouille MW Jeane Haverick Carlos J Puig, Theresa Nesbitt, Kaileigh Gonzalez

WB Dollidachs N Wyndcrest A Living Legacy

Sharon Lee White-Davis & D. Kostic

RWB J&J On Wire’s Running The Legacy

Julie Inglis & Jody Inglis

BOV GCH Maurice Iz NovoPeredelkino Alicia ODonnell

BOS Dollidachs N Wyndcrest A Living Legacy

Sharon Lee White-Davis & D. Kostic

SELD GCH Daybreak’s Frozen Assets W Deborah Krieg

BOB GCHG Fusions Incahoots Platinums Jimi John Freaky Fast BOS to Hundeleben Quick Pick At BOB Vintage SL

Dachshund Fanciers of Central Virginia June 25, 2022

Breed Judge: Dr. Eric Liebes

Total Entry

Longhair 18, Smooth 17, Wirehair 14

LONGHAIR

WD Sleepytime’s Bennie & The Jets @ Stardox ML

Lorraine & David Simmons

RWD Jarbsy’s Jokers To The Right Sandy Arnold

WB/BOW Dikerdachs Leora Valerie T. Diker

RWB Jarbsy’s Straight No Chaser Sandy Arnold

BOV GCHB DC Dachaven Mavericks Dream Catcher Alan James

BOS GCHS Our Gang’s Moonlight And Magic ML

Nancy Prouty

SELD GCHS Tarabon Holy Mackerel Andy Kim Kwiatkowski & Carol J. McKenney

SELB CH Jarbsy’s Everybody Talks Sandy Arnold

REMEMBER!

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SMOOTH

WD/BOW Kinderteckel’s Kind Of Magic TKN

Ashley McLeod & Kristin CihosWilliams

RWD Wheeler’s Light My Fire MS Karen Wheeler Gray

WB Beachside Dox Tin Cup Chalice At Heardachs MS

Dr. Catherine J. Martine

RWB Speechless You Wish You Had Me At Birch Hill

Kimberly Kwiatkowski & Jessie Barringer

BOV CH Turningpt Have Fun Stormin’ The Castle Dr. Randy Eltringham & CAPT Pete Eltringham

BOS GCH Birch Hill’s Racebrook Kiss My Grits

Kimberly Kwiakowski & Sharon Budnick

SELD GCHS Turningpt Tony Two Bags First Knock For The Night Dr. Randy Eltringham & CAPT Pete Eltringham

WIREHAIR

WD/BOW Willowood-Sandale Icing On The Cake Josh Burton

WB Rags Diagram Samantha Of Ripshin Thomas Kirstein

RWB Dollidachs Getzler’s Lemony Snicket Sarah Bowditch Getzler & Dr. Lawrence Getzler

BOV GCHB Starbarrach Sugar Rush SW Mary E. Heywood

BOS CH Watermark The Secrets In The Sauce V Legibach SW Tyler Mills & Joseph Metheney & Bill Gorodner

SELD GCHS Tarlyn Piece Of My Heart Millenia MW Kurt & Diane Miller & Tara Krieger Hartman & Sandra Krieger

SELB GCH Dollidachs Enchantress W Margaret H. Ricks

Dachshund Fanciers of Central

Breed Judge: Ms. Sherrill C. Snyder Total Entry Longhair 25, Smooth 21, Wirehair 21

LONGHAIR

WD/BOW Briardach’s Main Squeeze At Midnight

Karen Jones & Paul Martin & Monika Martin

RWD Sleepytime’s Bennie & The Jets @ Stardox ML

Lorraine & David Simmons

WB Dollidachs Warrior Princess Mrs. Dianne Kostic & Dr. Andrew Kostic PHD

RWB Sleepytime’s Affair Of The Heart ML

Johnny L. Jones & Susan Jones

BOV CH Sleepytime’s Lord Of The Rings ML

Johnny L. Jones & Susan Jones

BOS GCHS Our Gang’s Moonlight And Magic ML

Nancy Prouty

SELD CH Briardach’s Mt Dixie Flyer Paul Martin & Monika Martin

SELD CH Foothills Southern Comfort MLD

Gladys Sanders

SMOOTH

WD Kinderteckel’s Kind Of Magic TKN Ashley McLeod & Kristin Cihos-Williams

RWD Wheeler’s Light My Fire MS

Karen Wheeler Gray

WB/BOW Speechless You Wish You Had Me At Birch Hill

Kimberly Kwiatkowski & Jessie Barringer

RWB Beachside Dox Tin Cup Chalice At Heardachs MS

Dr. Catherine J. Martine

BOV CH Turningpt Have Fun Stormin’ The Castle

Dr. Randy Eltringham & CAPT Pete Eltringham

BOS GCH Birch Hill’s Racebrook Kiss My Grits

Kimberly Kwiatkowski & Sharon Budnick

SELD GCH Sandwood Stand By Me SS Jane Fowler

SELB GCH Wheeler’s Heartbreaker Dream Maker MS Karen Wheeler Gray

WIREHAIR

WD Willowood-Sandale One For The Road Dale Tarbox & Donna Maloney

RWD Deldachs’ Begin The Beguine At Alegna

Angela Lloyd & Constance Fisher

WB/BOW Watermark’s Gin And Tonic For Kingmtn

T Mills & J Metheney & B . Gorodner & S Hickson & B. Anne Stenmark

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Virginia June 25, 2022

RWB Dollidachs Getzler’s Lemony Snicket

Sarah Bowditch Getzler & Dr. Lawrence Getzler

BOV CH Alegna’s What It Is Now MW

Angela Lloyd & Flor Nevarez

BOS CH Jeric’s Seasons In The Sun W

Lynn Cope

SELD GCHB Starbarrack Sugar Rush SW

Mary E. Heywood

SELB GCHS Beldachs’ A Song In My Heart O’Siddachs Constance B. Fisher & Gary R. Fisher

BOB CH Sleeptime’s Lord Of The Rings ML

BOS to GCHS Our Gang’s Moonlight BOB And Magic ML

Metropolitan Washington Dachshund Club

June 26, 2022

Breed Judge Cindy Meyer Total Entry

Longhair 17, Smooth 16, Wire 14

LONGHAIR

WD/BOW Our Gang’s Spring Fling ML

Penelope E. Neil & Nancy Z. Prouty

RWD Tarabon’s Barefoot Blue Jean Night At Tournesol Linda & Mike Holland & Carol J. Mckenney

WB Dikerdachs Leora

Valerie T. Diker

RWB Our Gang’s Springtime In Paris ML

Nancy Z. Prouty

BOV GCHS Our Gang’s Moonlight And Magic ML

Nancy Prouty

BOS GCH Dikerdachs Leonard Valerie T. Diker

SELD GCHB DC Dachaven Mavericks Dream Catcher

Alan James

SELB Ch. Foothills Southern Comfort MLD

Gladys Sanders

SMOOTH

WD Wheeler’s Light My Fire MS

Karen Wheeler Gray

RWD Kinderteckel’s Kind Of Magic TKN

Ashley Mcleod & Kristin Cihos-Williams

WB/BOW Criscross Dominitrix MS

Tom & Nancy Garchek & Alex Leer & Christian Natali

RWB Beachside Dox Tin Cup Chalice

At Heardachs MS

Dr. Catherine J. Martine

BOV GCHS Turningpt Tony Two Bags First Knock Of The Night Margaret H. Ricks & Dr. Randy Eltringham

BOS GCH Birch Hill’s Racebrook Kiss

My Grits Kimberly Kwiatkowski & Sharon Budnick

SELD GCHS Regaldox Imperator

Caesar Marcus Aurelius Augustus FCAT CGC TKN ATT Harley Tomey & John Hoy

WIREHAIR

WD Willowood-Sandale Icing On The Cake

Josh Burton

WB/BOW Dollidachs Getzler’s Lemony Snicket Sarah Bowditch Getzler & Dr. Lawrence Getzler

RWB Willowood-Sandale At Last Dale Tarbox

BOV CH Watermark The Secrets In The Sauce V Legibach SW Tyler Mills & Joseph Metheney & Bill Gorodner

BOS GCHS Willowood-Sandale Get This Show On The Road Dale Tarbox & Donna Maloney

SELD GCHS Tarlyn Piece Of My Heart Millenia MW

Kurt & Diane Miller & Tara Krieger Hartman & Sandra Krieger

SELB Rags Diagram Samantha Of Ripshin

Thomas Kirstein

Metropolitan Washington Dachshund Club

June 26, 2022 PM

Breed Judge Mrs. Frances H. (Marci) Forrester

Total Entry

Longhair 24, Smooth 18, Wirehair 22

LONGHAIR

WD/BOW Sleepytime’s Bennie & The Jets @ Stardox ML

Lorraine & David Simmons

RWD Jarbsy’s Jokers To The Right

Sandy Arnold

WB/BOW Dikerdachs Leora Valerie T. Diker

RWB Sleepytime’s Affair Of The Heart ML

Johnny L..Jones & Susan Jones

BOV CH Briardach’s Mt Dixie Flyer Paul & Monika Martin

BOS CH Jarbsy’s Everybody Talks Sandy Arnold

SELD CH Sleepytime’s Lord Of The Rings ML

Johnny L Jones & Susan Jones

SELB GCHS Our Gang’s Moonlight And Magic ML Nancy Prouty

SMOOTH

WD Wheeler’s Light My Fire MS

Karen Wheeler Gray

RWD Kinderteckel’s Kind Of Magic TKN

Ashley McLeod & Kristin Cihos-Williams

WB/BOW Beachside Dox Tin Cup Chalice At Heardachs MS Dr. Catherine J Martine

RWB Mtn To Sea Diagram Moira Rose SS

Dianne Graham & Dionne Zick Reep

BOV GCHS CH TurningPt Tony Two Bags First Knock Of The Night Margaret H. Ricks & Dr. Randy Eltringham

BOS GCH Birch Hill’s Racebrook Kiss My Grits

Kimberly Kwiatkowski & Sharon Budnick

SELD GCH Sandwood Stand By Me-SS Jane Fowler

SELB GCH Wheeler’s Heartbreaker Dream Maker MS Karen Wheeler Gray

WIREHAIR

WD/BOW Beldachs’ Begin The Beguine At Alegna Angela Lloyd & Constance Fisher

RWD Willowood-Sandale Icing On The Cake Josh Burton

WB Diagram Ez Goins Rags Dreams Come True MW

Dianne Graham & Kimberly Ragsdale

RWB Dollidachs Getzler’s Lemony Snicket

Sarah Bowditch Getzler & Dr. Lawrence Getzler

BOV GCHB Starbarrack Sugar Rush SW Mary E. Heywood

BOS CH Jeric’s Seasons In The Sun W Lynn Cope

SELD GCHS CH Willowood-Sandale Get This Show On The Road Dale Tarbox & Donna Maloney SELB GCH Dollidachs Enchantress W Margaret H. Ricks

BOB GCHB Starbarrack Sugar Rush SW

BOS to CH Jeric’s Seasons In The Sun W BOB

Houston Dachshund Club

July 20, 2022

Sweepstakes Judge

Ms Diane L. Price

Sweepstakes Entry Numbers Smooth 2, Wirehaired 5

BOV (Smooth) Grandgables Wee Mr Dazzles You Jason Adams

BOS (Smooth) Stardox Nothin But A Hound Dog Of Candachs Carl & Candace Holder

BOV (Wirehair) Caidrac’s Texas Ruby MW Elizabeth Ellis

Best In Sweepstakes

Grandgables Wee Mr Dazzles You

Best Of Opposite Sex In Sweepstakes Caidrac’s Texas Ruby MW

Breed Judge Mr Richard William Powell Total Entry

Longhair 13, Smooth 15, Wirehair 15

LONGHAIR

WD/BOW Littl Fut Hero

David Benoit

WB Dorae’s Absolutely V Corrbelle ML

Nancy Colson And Steven Garza

RWB Katerinapark Ruslana Candice Summers

BOV Ch Rexstar-Solo’s Flirtini SL Kimberly Vidrine & Paula Carter

BOS GCHP Pramada Koradox Impossible Dream Alii SL Margaret E Peat & Tom Sikora & Teirnee Childers

SELD CH Our Gang’s Spring Has Sprung ML

Nancy Prouty

SMOOTH

WD/BOW Turningpt Inconceivable Dr Randy Eltringham & D. Siemssen

RWD Grandgables Wee Mr Dazzles You Jason Adams

WB Bessdach Prepare For Trouble Marina Renee Lara DVM and Karen Murray

RWB Stardox Nothin But A Hound Dog Of Candachs

Carl & Candace Holder

BOV Turningpt Inconceivable Dr. Randy Eltringham & D. Siemssen

BOS Bessdach Prepare For Trouble Marina Renee Lara DVM & Karen Murray

SELD GCHG Tudorglen V Brendackel Schwarzwalder Kischto Terrance Carr-Hall

SELB GCHB Bessdach’s Que Sera Sera V Bren-Dachs SS Jeanne Lehrmann & Marina Renee Lara DVM

WIREHAIR

WD/BOW T2g 2damgood V Hathor Farm SW Karen Mann & Dr. Jean M. Dieden

WB J-Walk’s In The Nick Of Time V Raydachs SW Judy Walker & Shirley Del Castillo

RWB Caidrac’s Texas Ruby MW Elizabeth Ellis

BOV GCHG J-Walk’s Pink Diamond SW Judy Walker & Shirley Del Castillo

BOS Ch Kadell’s Ruler Of The Race Track W Laura Reynolds Catlin Cahill James Cahill

SELD GCH Entourage Meet Jet Black MW Mary Rauch

SELB CH Watermark The Secrets In The Sauce V Legibach S Tyler Mills & Joseph Metheney & Bill Gorodner

BOB GCHG Ch J-Walk’s Pink Diamond SW

BOS to Turningpt Inconceivable BOB

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Thanks to judge Lynne Allen for recognizing Rendoni’s breathtaking beauty and for selecting him for this “dream come true” BISS national win! Wow!! What a memory!! Thanks also to judge David Peat for awarding Rendoni BOS the following day at DCA Week/CODC Host Show #2. What an honor! Rendoni is currently ranked #2 Owner-Handled Smooth Dachshund and #5 in Breed Rankings. He was Best of Opposite Sex at the 2022 Westminster Kennel Club Show at the Lyndhurst Estate this summer, shown beautifully by Tyler Mills to judge Lesley Hiltz. We are so proud of all that Rendoni has accomplished this year in these highly competitive venues. Rendoni has certainly come into his own as a three year old male. Watch for his lovely daughter, Onyx (TurningPt Black Onyx Cameo Appearance), later this year. She looks just like him and has his wonderful happy, sparkling personality.

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(GCHB TurningPt Hot Summer Night Dream (Bacall) x GCHS TurningPt Keeps Them Yankee Girls ‘a Wishin’ (Eli) Bred & Co-Owned by Dr. Randy Eltringham / Loved & Shown by Primary Owner-Handler Margaret Ricks (pictured)

Thanks to judge Laura Abbott-Licht for selecting Minks for Winners Dog at the 2022 DCA National Specialty Show and his litter brother Miracle Max for Select Dog.

We were thrilled with these wonderful wins. As you can see, it’s hard to tell these two boys apart. Thanks also to judge Richard Powell for finishing Minks at the July 2022 Houston Dachshund Club Specialty Show with this amazing WD/BOW/BOV/BOSB win, and to Tyler Mills and his talented Adagio team for finishing Grand Championships on both of these beautiful boys in less than two weeks. We’re so proud of all of you! Watch for them at upcoming specialty shows and in the All Breed ring. We’re hoping they will go far.

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Dr. Randy Eltringham & CAPT Pete Eltringham randy.eltringham@gmail.com

GCHB Turning First & Goal He Scores

Could not have been more proud of Coltz’ performance at 2022 DCA and Westminster. Although he did not earn any final placements, his outline and movement around the ring were superb. A real stand out. Coltz has been adopted by Joy and Brian Beckner, making him the luckiest dog on the planet! We are hoping he will be the model for future bronze sculptures for which Joy is so well known.

GCHS TurningPt Simple Acts of Kindness Return

Ari won an Award of Merit at the 2022 Westminster Kennel Club Show (handled beautifully by Joe Metheney; pictured). She is currently ranked #11 in Breed rankings. Tough to get ahead when you have to share the limelight with Rizzo’s The Princess Bride Litter and Rendoni who she will be bred to in 2023. We’re hoping for some babies as beautiful as her mother GCHG TurningPt Ain’t No Other Woman Like You and her father GCHP2 Hildisvin Wurdig Bacardi SS.

GCHB TurningPt Maxin’ K’s on Scherz Day

Twiggy is such a consistently good performer. She loves to show. Thanks to Lynne Allen who gave her an Award of Merit at the 2022 CODC Host Show #1 at DCA this year. Twiggy was shown by Barbara Waldkirch and Tracey Lancaster (pictured). Currently, Twiggy is enjoying Barn Hunt and Scent Work training. If we can find a willing handler, she will try her nose at Field Trials this fall. Twiggy is full of energy. She needs a job. She is an absolute JOY to own!! Our goal for her is to become a VC and a mama dog in 2024.

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TurningPt Hildisvin If Royal Chambers Could Talk

Blush is in another set of twins from The Princess Bride Litter. She had two big wins under judge David Peat at the CODC Host Show #2, but because she was entered in the wrong class by accident, her entries were cancelled and so were her wins. Hard lesson learned, but it doesn’t take away the joy we had watching her glide around the ring and steal our hearts away when we saw that beautiful outline, forechest and face.

CH TurningPt Hildisvin The Princess Bryde

When you’re looking at Bryde, you’re also looking at Blush. The two girls are almost identical. Personality differences help distinguish the two of them. Bryde is more outgoing in the show ring. Blush is more outgoing at home. Both are delightful puppy girls. Thanks to judge Lynne Allen for awarding Bryde Winners Bitch/Best of Winners at the DCA CODC Host Show #1 to finish her Championship in grand style!

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(CH TurningPt CUL8TR Grand Slam Tater x GCHS Hildisvin Wurdig Catfish Blues SS) (CH TurningPt CUL8TR Grand Slam Tater x GCHS Hildisvin Wurdig Catfish Blues SS)
Bred by Dr. Randy Eltringham & CAPT Pete Eltringham Bryde is co-owned by Randy & Denise Siemssen randy.eltringham@gmail.com

Dachshund Club of Greater Buffalo

October 1, 2022

Sampson State Park6096 Rte 96A Romulus, NY

Sierra Dachshund Breeders Club of Los Angeles County

October 8, 2022

Canyon RV Park, 24001 Santa Ana Canyon Rd Anaheim, CA (Entries limited to: 100)

Web Site: http://www.Sierra-Dachshund-Breeders-Club.org

Dachshund Fanciers of Central Virginia

October 15, 2022

Frederick Co. Fairgrounds

250 Fairgrounds Road, Clear Brook, VA Web Site: http://dachshundva.org

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Dachshund Fanciers of Central Virginia

October 15, 2022

Frederick Co. Fairgrounds

250 Fairgrounds Road, Clear Brook, VA Web Site: http://dachshundva.org

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Metropolitan Washington

Dachshund Club

October 16, 2022

Frederick County Fairgrounds

250 Fairgrounds Road,Clear Brook, VA

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Metropolitan Washington

Dachshund Club

October 16, 2022

Frederick County Fairgrounds

250 Fairgrounds Road,Clear Brook, VA

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Event Chair: Mrs. Holly York Schotz 3807 Irish Road, Wilson, NY 14172 hschotz@roadrunner.com • 716-751-9185

For additional information contact: Jim Rau Dog Shows, Ltd., Superintendent P.O. Box 6898, Reading, PA 19610-0898 (610) 376-1880 info@raudogshows.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Event Chair: Dale Rigtrup 13455 Olive Tree Ln., Poway, CA 92064-4921 drigtrup@cox.net • 619-517-1224

For additional information contact: Juliet Rigtrup, Event Secretary 13455 Olive Tree Lane, Poway, CA 92064 (619) 540-7866 zoimom80@gmail.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2022 Event Chair: Phyllis Meseroll 244 Mcbrydge Dr., Swoope, VA 24479-2335 jrzteckel@comcast.net • 609-712-0428

For additional information contact: Georjan Bridger, Event Secretary P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307-1352 (503) 931-709 georjiesdogevents@gmail.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Event Chair: Phyllis Meseroll 244 Mcbrydge Dr., Swoope, VA 24479-2335 jrzteckel@comcast.net • 609-712-0428

For additional information contact: Georjan Bridger, Event Secretary P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307-1352 (503) 931-7099

georjiesdogevents@gmail.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Event Chair: Ms. Michele Ferreira P.O. Box 12, Lovettsville, VA 20180 tuckersgreen@taylorstown.net • 540-822-4360

For additional information contact: Georjan Bridger, Event Secretary P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307-1352 (503) 931-7099

georjiesdogevents@gmail.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Event Chair: Ms. Michele Ferreira P.O. Box 12, Lovettsville, VA 20180 tuckersgreen@taylorstown.net • 540-822-4360 For additional information contact: Georjan Bridger, Event Secretary P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307 (503) 931-7099

georjiesdogevents@gmail.com

Events Approved by AKC per their website as of 8/27/22

Only those events approved by AKC before this publication is printed are listed.

Contact the Event Chairs of these events with any questions.

Judges: Breed: Mr. Nathaniel Horn

Hound Group: Mr. Nathaniel Horn

NOHS Hound Group: Mr. Robert E Hutton

Junior Show: Mrs. Abigail S. Patrizio

Obedience: Mrs. Nanci Hayes Mrs. Denise D Lacroix

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Judges:

Breed: (L) Mrs. Lorraine Simmons (S) Mrs. Lorraine Simmons (W) Mrs. Lorraine Simmons

Junior Show: Mrs. Lorraine Simmons (p)

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

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

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Judges:

Breed: (L) Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen (S) Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen (W) Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen

Junior Show: Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Judges:

Breed: (L) Jerry Cerasini (S) Jerry Cerasini (W) Jerry Cerasini

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Lincolnland Dachshund Club

October 23, 2022

IL State Fairgrounds - Expo Bldg Exposition Bldg Sangamon Ave., Peoria Rd Bus 55 Springfield, IL

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Desert Valley Dachshund Club

October 28, 2022

Crowne Plaza Resort

One San Marcos Place Chandler, AZ

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Desert Valley Dachshund Club

October 28, 2022

Crowne Plaza Resort

One San Marcos Place Chandler, AZ

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Desert Valley Dachshund Club

October 29, 2022

Crowne Plaza Resort

One San Marcos Place Chandler, AZ

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Desert Valley Dachshund Club

October 30, 2022

Crowne Plaza Resort

One San Marcos Place Chandler, AZ

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Alabama Dachshund Club, Inc.

November 11, 2022

Morgan Co. Celebration Arena

67 Horse Center Rd

Decatur, AL

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Alabama Dachshund Club, Inc.

November 12, 2022

Morgan Co. Celebration Arena

67 Horse Center Rd

Decatur, AL

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Event Chair: Ms. Lindi Kershaw P.O. Box 74, Coffeen, IL 62017 easynot@frontier.com • 217-534-6747

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Event Chair: Mark Mendelsohn 91 E. Ivanhoe St., Gilbert, AZ 85295 mark.mendelsohn@cox.net • 480-748-1000

For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 showsbycheryl@gmail.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2022

Event Chair: Mark Mendelsohn 91 E. Ivanhoe St., Gilbert, AZ 85295 mark.mendelsohn@cox.net • 480-748-1000

For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 showsbycheryl@gmail.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2022 Event Chair: Mark Mendelsohn 91 E. Ivanhoe St., Gilbert, AZ 85295 mark.mendelsohn@cox.net • 480-748-1000

For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 showsbycheryl@gmail.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 12, 2022 Event Chair: Mark Mendelsohn 91 E. Ivanhoe St., Gilbert, AZ 85295 mark.mendelsohn@cox.net • 480-748-1000

For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 showsbycheryl@gmail.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Event Chair: Mr. Bobby Sandoval 703 Pleasant Hill Rd., Decatur, AL 35603 sandachs1@aol.com • 256-565-4896

For additional information contact: Foy Trent Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box C, Sturgeon, MO 65284-0397 (573) 687-2101 info@foytrentdogshows.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Event Chair: Mr. Bobby Sandoval 703 Pleasant Hill Rd., Decatur, AL 35603 sandachs1@aol.com • 256-565-4896 For additional information contact: Foy Trent Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box C, Sturgeon, MO 65284-0397 (573) 687-2101 info@foytrentdogshows.com

Judges: Breed: (L) Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen (S) Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen (W) Mrs. Debbie L. Melgreen

Junior Show: Mrs. Debbie L Melgreen

Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class and judge information.

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Judges: Breed: (L) Ms. Charlotte I. Borghardt

(S) Ms. Charlotte I. Borghardt (W) Ms. Charlotte I. Borghardt

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Judges:

Breed: (L) Marilyn Hickok (p) (S) Marilyn Hickok (p) (W) Marilyn Hickok (p)

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Judges: Breed: (L) Mrs. Mary Olich Nie (S) Mrs. Mary Olich Nie (W) Mrs. Mary Olich Nie

Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class and judge information.

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Judges: Breed: (L) Frederick R. Vogel (S) Frederick R. Vogel (W) Frederick R. Vogel

Judges:

Breed: (L) Mrs. Anne M. Schmidt

(S) Mrs. Anne M. Schmidt (W) Mrs. Anne M. Schmidt

Judges:

Breed: (L) Kenneth Hagmueller (S) Kenneth Hagmueller (W) Kenneth Hagmueller

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Sooner Dachshund Club

November 18, 2022

Grady County Fairgrounds 500 East Choctaw Ave. Chickasha, OK

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Dachshund Fanciers Association of Berks County

November 19, 2022

The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center 100 Station Avenue Oaks, PA

Metropolitan Baltimore Dachshund Club

November 20, 2022

The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center 100 Station Avenue Oaks, PA

Connecticut Yankee Dachshund Club

November 26, 2022

Eastern States Expo 1305 Memorial Ave. West Springfield, MA Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Bay Colony Dachshund Club

Eastern States Exposition

1305 Memorial Ave. West Springfield,

for

Dachshund Club of Metropolitan Atlanta

December 3, 2022

Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter

401 Larry Walker Parkway Perry, GA

Web Site: http://www.dcma-atl.org

Dachshund Club of Metropolitan Atlanta

December 4, 2022

Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter

401 Larry Walker Parkway Perry, GA

Web Site: http://www.dcma-atl.org

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Event Chair: Tina Stalker-Betts 4618 Sandy Oak Rd., Newalla, OK 74857-8814 pistol05142000@yahoo.com • 580-301-3613

For additional information contact: Onofrio Dog Shows, L.L.C., Superintendent P.O. Box 25764

Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0764 • (405) 427-8181 mail@onofrio.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Event Chair: Nancy Dougherty P.O. Box 121, Lewisville, PA 19351-0121 ndoughe982@aol.com • 610-207-5990

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107 Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2022

Event Chair: Therese Lancaster 3010 Mandela Ct., Port Republic, MD 20676-2225 lowdowndachs@gmail.com • 301-247-0671

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107 Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2022 Event Chair: Sharon Budnick 205 Lake Drive, Augusta, WV 26704-8316 budnick5@yahoo.com • 203-231-8058

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107 Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022 Event Chair: Joan Eversole 32 Meadow Lane, Meredith, NH 03253 sidecarpup@hotmail.com • 603-254-5960 For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107 Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Event Chair: Robert E. Schwalbe 71 Valley Way, Pendergrass, GA 30567-3454 reschwalbe@yahoo.com • 706-693-7142

For additional information contact: Foy Trent Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box C, Sturgeon, MO 65284-0397 (573) 687-2101 info@foytrentdogshows.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Event Chair: Robert E. Schwalbe 71 Valley Way, Pendergrass, GA 30567-3454 reschwalbe@yahoo.com • 706-693-7142

For additional information contact: Foy Trent Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box C, Sturgeon, MO 65284-0397 (573) 687-2101 info@foytrentdogshows.com

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

Junior Show: Eric Henningsen (p)

Judges: Breed: (L) John P. Wade (S) John P. Wade (W) John P. Wade

Hound Group: Pamela S. Lambie

Junior Show: Heather Bremmer

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

Hound Group: Ms. Celeste M Gonzalez

Junior Show: Pamela S. Lambie

Judges: Breed: (L) Mrs. Lorraine Simmons (S) Mrs. Lorraine Simmons (W) Mrs. Lorraine Simmons

Judges: Breed: (L) Joseph Buchanan (p) (S) Joseph Buchanan (p) (W) Joseph Buchanan (p)

Sweepstakes: Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class and judge information.

Judges: Breed: (L) Mrs. Carol Spritzer (S) Mrs. Carol Spritzer (W) Mrs. Carol Spritzer

Junior Show: To Be Assigned

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Judges: Breed: (L) Dr. Ronald I. Spritzer (S) Dr. Ronald I. Spritzer (W) Dr. Ronald I. Spritzer

Junior Show: To Be Assigned

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December 3, 2022
Grounds
MA Entries
this event are limited to: 100
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Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2022 43 Come Celebrate With Us December 3rd & 4th At Our Specialty! Judges: December 3rd - Mrs. Carol Spritzer December 4th - Dr. Ronald I. Spritzer The Dachshund Club of Metropolitan Atlanta Event Chair: Robert E. Schwalbe 71 Valley Way, Pendergrass, GA 30567-3454, 706-693-7142 • reschwalbe@yahoo.com For additional information contact: Foy Trent Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box C, Sturgeon, MO 65284-0397, (573) 687-2101 • info@foytrentdogshows.com Winter Wonderland Cluster November 29th & 30th, 2022 December 2nd thru December 5th, 2022 Closing Date for all shows - November 9th, 2022 Savannah Kennel Club, Inc., Kennesaw Kennel Club, Inc. Oconee River Kennel Club. 4 Bichon Frise Specialties, 2 Whippet Specialties, 3 Shetland Sheepdog Specialties, French Bulldog Specialty, 2 Dachshund Specialties, West Highland White Terrier and Scottish Terrier Evening Specialty, Cocker Spaniel Evening Specialty French Bulldog Supported Entry • Whippet Supported Entry 2nd Annual Best Junior in Cluster Owner-Handled Sweepstakes Saturday Health Clinics, OFA On-Site Testing 6 Days AKC National Owner Handled Series 6 Days Coursing Ability Testing (CAT), Fast CATS 4 Days 4-6 Month Puppy, Tuesday Veterans, 4 Days Barn Hunt, Pee Wee Saturday Georgia National Fairgrounds & Agricenter Perry, Georgia

C. Walker/E. Walker/C .White

2nd CH Duchwood’s Cendrick MS

S. Russell

3rd CH Jarbsy’s Throwing Shade BCAT

S. Arnold/M. Heymann

4th GCH CH Kenmar’s Don’t Stop Me Now

D. Kulesa/M. McCullough

NBQ GCHP2 Leoralees Lets Boogie With Barstool MW

Marietta Singleton, Robbie Addison & Dr. Michael Tipple

1st AOM GCHB OCs Hunk, A Hunk A Burning Love MSD CGC Robin LaFrance

2nd AOM GCH Zimerbude Fedor CGCA TKN

Amanda & Ammon Barron

3rd AOM GCH Leoralees Sons Of Anarchy MW

Marietta Singleton, Cliff Ramos & Walter Cunningham

4th AOM Aint No Rest For The Wicked Von Stutts

L. Alkema/R .LaFrance

NBQ FC Goodwood’s To Good To Be Silasnced, Jessica Manley

1st AOM FC Kivaar a Keleti Tuz JE CGC

Sherry Ruggieri

2nd AOM FC Doxwood’s Perfect Performance MS RN JE CGC TKN, John Merriman

3rd AOM DC Keysown Mr. Smidgen of Wigeon CD RAE FDC MX MXB

MXJ MJB XF T2B ME CAA DCAT

NDD RATO SWN CGCA CGCU TKE Leslie Keys

4th AOM FC Keszito a Keleti Tuz CGC Sherry Ruggieri

5th AOM FC Seve vom Nordlicht CGC Debbie E Senkbeil & Laura A. Rutherford

Field Champion Bitch Starters: 27

Judges: Kathy Johnson, Cheri Faust

1st FC Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart MS NA

Hoosier Club National Host Club Field Trial April 7 & 8, 2022

Total Number of Starters: 110 (37 FCD, 30 FCB)

OAAD Starters: 19

Judges: Shawn Nies, Lori Isaacson

1st GCHB CH OC’s Hunk, A Hunk Of Burning Love MSD CGC

R. LaFrance

2nd GCH CH Zimerbude Fedor CGCA TKN

A. Barron/A. Barron

3rd GCH CH Leoralees Sons Of Anarchy MW

M. Singleton/C. Ramos/W. Cunningham

4th CH Duchwood’s Cendrick MS

S. Russell

NBQ “Kallen”

S. Russell

OAAB Starters: 24

Judges: Heidi Meyers, Rebecca McLusky

1st WITHHELD

2nd CH Hoppledach’s Starry Night

P. Hopkins

3rd Jalyse’s Birdie’s Big Year At Friday’s ML

T. Homman/E. Homman

4th CH Hoppledach’s Water Lilies MlC

P. Hopkins

NBQ “Jewel”

Field Champion Dog Starters:

Judges: FCD-Heidi Meyers, Rebecca McLusky

1st GCH DC OC’s Prince Of Peace MS

VCD1 BN RI TD2 TDX TDU OFP

ME EE2 CA BCAT ACT1 SWN SCA

SIA RATM CGCA CGCU TKP

L. Alkema/R. LaFrance

2nd DC Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube VCD1 CDX BN RI

TDX ME BCAT DJ CGC TKA

S. Nies

3rd DC OC’s Stings Like A Bee MS

R. LaFrance

4th FC Zeus Von Moosbach-Zuzelek

SW JE BCAT CGC TKN

C. Faust

NBQ “Prize”

Field Champion Bitch Starters:

Judges: Shawn Nies, Lori Isaacson

1st FC Keeva A Keleti Tuz JE CGC

S. Ruggieri

2nd FC Duchwood's Tipsy Tart MS NA

NAJ OF ME EE2

A. Carter

3rd FC Sws Cherry Blossoms In Tokyo

JE DCAT RATO TKP

S. Barton

4th FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya CGC S. Ruggieri

NBQ FC Katja A Keleti Tuz S. Knoll

Judges for Best Open/Field Champion/Absolute: Jamie Sexton, Michael Pitischi

Best Open:

GCHB OC’s Hunk, A Hunk Of Burning Love MSD CGC R. LaFrance

Best Field Champion and Absolute GCH DC OC’s Prince Of Peace MS

VCD1 BN RI TD2 TDX TDU OFP

ME EE2 CA BCAT ACT1 SWN SCA

SIA RATM CGCA CGCU TKP L. Alkema/R. LaFrance

Dachshund

Total Number of Starters: 101

OAAD Starters: 17

Judges: Cheri Faust, Carolyn Casoria Lewis

1st GCH Nicanna’s Paper Moon SL RI SE CAA FCAT RATO CGCA CGCU TKI

Jennifer Watson

5th AOM Jalyse’s Brett ML

Jamie Sexton

OAAB Starters: 23

Judges: Carolyn Casoria Lewis, Kathy Lockyer

1st CH Passport I Can Buy My Own Drinks SS JE RATN TKN C. Walker/E. Walker

2nd Jeric’s Dancing In The Rain W RI NAP NJP M. Bertot

3rd Blackhawk Sweep The Leg, No Mercy P. Thomas

4th GCH CH Kelkor’s Kountry Aire By Newmar SS P. Reed

NBQ Blackhawk Whickett in the Thickett

Paul Thomas

1st AOM CH Hidden Cedars My Lil Bodyguard V Grig MS Elaine Hanson, Noelle Hanson & Gloria LaTour

2nd AOM GCHG Leoralees JBS Heaven Is For Real L Marietta Singleton, Jyl Scott & Ann Kraft

3rd AOM CH Hoppledach’s Water Lillies

Pamala Hopkins

4th AOM Jalyse’s Must Be Worth A Trillion Bucks ML Jamie Sexton

5th AOM Withheld

Field Champion Dog Starters: 34

Judges: Kathy Johnson, Kathy Lockyer

1st FC Kolja A Keleti Tuz L. Isaacson

2nd FC Diddydox Mr Big Lights Up The Sky V Hoppledachs TD JE CA H. Meyers

3rd GCHB DC Criscross Make A Wish MS THDN CGC TKN P./A. Barron

4th GCH DC OC’s Prince Of Peace MS VCD1 BN RI TD2 TDX TDU OFP ME EE2 CA BCAT ACT1 SWN SCA SIA RATM CGCA CGCU TKP

NAJ OF ME EE2

A. Carter

2nd FC Diddydox A Beautiful July

Morning V Hoppledachs FDC JE CA H. Meyers/P. Hopkins

3rd FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya CGC

S. Ruggieri

4th Linsilver Clover RN JE BCAT CGC M. Wilson/D. Penland/I .Ingraham

NBQ FC Blackhawk Far Cry Wenja ML Paul Thomas

1st AOM FC Keeva a Keleti Tuz Sherry Ruggieri

2nd AOM GCHB DC Doxwood’s Leading Lady MW RN CGC TKN, John Merriman

3rd AOM FC Katja a Keleti Tuz

Stan Knoll

4th AOM DC Epiphany’s Holy Cow Ashley Dodd

5th AOM FC Wurzel Vom Waidwerk BN RN ME BCAT CGCA CGCU Michelle Wilson, Isabelle Ingraham º& Dawn Penland

Judges for Best Open/Field Champion/Absolute:

Kathy Johnson, Carolyn Casoria Lewis Best Open & Absolute

GCH Nicanna’s Paper Moon SL

RI SE CAA FCAT RATO CGCA CGCU TKI

Best Field Champion

FC Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart Ms NA NAJ OF ME EE2

Blue Ridge

Total Number of Starters: 48

OAAD Starters: 13 Judges Goodman, Sherry Ruggieri

1st Blackhawk Kip Von Moritz ML, Teddy Moritz

2nd Willow Springs EV-RY Sly Fox Anne Rosenberg

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Club of America, National Field Trial April 9 & 10, 2022
Virginia Dachshund Club May 28, 2022
SUBMISSION FORM: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/field-trial-result-submission/ Only those results submitted through this site will be published.

3rd Wilderness Run’s Just Harry ML, Kevin Stahler

4th Wilderness Run’s Quick Draw, Madison Blair

NBQ VHH & JMLS Oh Fudge MW, Jennifer Hartman

OAAB Starters: 17

Judges: Teddy Moritz, Stacey Sullivan

1st Rufa Dachs From Russia With Love @ Wildreness Run Karl & Jonell Frantz & Jill Chidlow

2nd Miniature Dreams Dreamin Of Magnolia Barbara Sharrah

3rd Bay Breeze Peach Bellini

Anne Rosenberg / Cassandra Vargas

4th Jalyse’s Fancee Charme ML

Shelia Bridges

NBQ Willow Springs EV-RY Sassy Girl Anne Rosenberg

Field Champion Dog Starters: 7

Judges: Jamie Sexton, Genevieve Chidlow

1st FC Kivaar A Keleti Tuz Sherry Ruggieri

2nd DC Duchwood’s Tally Ho Timothy MS Rebecca A. Elliott

3rd GCHB DC Dutchwood’s When I was Your Man

Kathy Johnson

4th FC Cedarhurst Justa Chance MLP Kathy Johnson

NBQ FC Keszito Keleti Tuz Sherry Ruggieri

Field Champions Bitch Starters: 11

Judges: D. W. Kerr JR, K. Johnson

1st FC Eternal’s She’s On Fire MW

Stacy Sullivan

2nd FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya Sherry Ruggieri

3rd GCH DC Eternal’s Set the Night on Fire

Susan Goodman

4th FC Wilderness Run’s Kwitchabichen M Bethany Chidlow

NBQ FC Lorica’s Kismet Sparks the Fire MW

Pam & Mark Mechler

Best Open

Rufa Dachs From Russia With Love @ Wildreness Run

Best Field Champion & Absolute FC Kivaar A Keleti Tuz, “Kivaar”,

Blue Ridge Virginia Dachshund Club May 29, 2022

Total Number of Starters: 52

OAAD Starters: 12

Judges: Susan Goodman, Jamie Sexton

1st Blackhawk Kip Von Moritz ML Teddy Moritz

2nd Wilderness Run’s Just Harry ML Kevin Stahler

3rd Rufa Dachs Oberon

Jonell and Karl Frantz

4th Wilderness Run’s Ozark ML

Courtney Daniels

NBQ Wilderness Run’s Captain Charlie ML

Michael and Kris Landers

OAAB Starters: 16

Judges: Teddy Moritz, Sherry Ruggieri

1st Rufa Dachs From Russia With Love @ Wildreness Run

Karl & Jonell Frantz & Jill Chidlow

2nd Miniature Dreams Dreamin Of Magnolia Barbara Sharrah

3rd Friedon Stellar Accelerator Singin’ Glory MW

Max Chevalier

4th Railway & Laurelrocks Psalms of Praise at VHH MW

Jennifer Hartman

NBQ CH Prairiedachs Pride and Joy MW, Sally Miller

Field Champion Dog Starters: 11

Judges: David Kerr, Stacey Sullivan

1st FC Kivaar A Leleti Tuz

Sherry Ruggieri

2nd DC Zananza Elimar Doubrava, Chidlow, Moritz, Fuller

3rd FC Jalyse’s Home Run

Jamie Sexton

4th DC Duchwood’s Tally Ho Timothy MS

Jeffrey Elliott & Rebecca A. Elliott

NBQ FC Red’s Jack Daniels MS, CA, Rita Kepner

Field Champions Bitch Starters: 13

Judges: K. Johnson, G. Chidlow

1st FC Wilderness Run’s Annabelle MLD

Tracy Parks

2nd Jalyse’s Teddy Bear V. Wilderness Run ML

Jamie Sexton

3rd FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya Sherry Ruggieri

4th FC Eternal’s Ash Panache Stacy Sillivan & Stuart Millsaps

NBQ FC Eternal’s She’s On Fire MW Stacy Sullivan & Stuart Millsaps

Blackhawk Kip Von Moritz ML,

FC Wilderness Run’s Annabelle MLD

2nd Wilderness Run’s Captain Charlie ML Mike and Kris Landers

3rd Vhh + Jmls Oh Fudge MW Martha Leister / Jennifer Hartman

4th Jalyse’s Brett ML Jamie Sexton

NBQ Hunu Bring A Bigger Hammer Catherine M. Thompson

OAAB Starters: 19

Judges: Debbie Senkbeil and Heidi M. Meyers

1st Town Farm Mama Said You Better Shop Around Michael J. Pitisci

2nd Miniature Dreams Dreamin Of Magnolia Barbara Sharrah

3rd Deb-N-Air Tiz The Law Albert & Debra Rowe

4th Railway & Laurelrocks Psalms Of Praise At Vhh

Jennifer Hartman

NBQ Rufu Dachs From Russia With Love @ Wilderness Run Michael J. Pitisci

Field Champion Dog Starters: 16

Judges: Alice S. Moyer, Dave Kerr

1st FC Boulder Vom Nordlicht Larry Gohlke

2nd FC Kivaar A Keleti Tuz Sherry L. Ruggieri

3rd FC Jalyse’s Home Run ML Jamie Sexton

4th GCH DC Red’s Jim Beam MS Rita Kepner

NBQ FC Diddydox Mr. Big Lights Up The Sky V Hoppledachs Heidi Meyers

Field Champion Bitch Starters

Judges: Kathy Johnson, Shawn Nies

1st FC Doxikota Tarragon W Pam Bethke

2nd FC Jaycees Teddy Bear V Wilderness Run ML Jamie Sexton

3rd FC Duchwood’s Waiting For A Girl Like You, Moxie Alice Carter

4th FC Keeva A Keleti Tuz Sherry L. Ruggieri

NBQ FC Lorica’s Dash Of Cayenne And Aloha MW Pam and Mark Melcher

Judges: Heidi Meyers, Sherry L. Ruggieri

1st Withheld

2nd Withheld

3rd Wilderness Run’s Captain Charlie ML

Mike and Kris Landers

4th Goodwood’s 2 Tenacious 4 Henry’s Own Good

Jessica Manley

NBQ Hunu Bring A Bigger Hammer Catherine M. Thompson

OAAB Starters: 18

Judges: Kathy Johnson, Denny Palko

1st GCH Town Farm Ink Splash

Jessica LaBelle & Michael Pitisci

2nd Withheld

3rd Miniature Dreams Dreamin Of Magnolia ML Barbara Sharrah

4th Rufa Dachs Liberty Born On The Fourth Of July

Karl & Jonell Frantz

NBQ Town Farm Mama Said You Better Shop Around Michael J. Pitisci

Field Champion Dog Starters: 21

Judges: Monica Galley and Dave Kerr

1st FC Boulder Vom Nordlicht Larry Gohlke

2nd FC Diddydox Mr. Big Lights Up The Sky V Hoppledachs

Heidi Meyers

3rd FC Backwoods Silasnce In The Cypress Trees

Jessica Manley

4th GCH DC Duchwood’s When I was Your Man

Kathleen Johnson

NBQ DC Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube

Shawn M. Nies

Field Champion Bitch Starters

Judges: Alice Moyer and Shawn Nies

1st Keeva A Keletituz

Sherry L. Ruggieri

2nd FC Tusoksori-Ugruszto Husniya Sherry L. Ruggieri

3rd GCH DC Town Farm A Splash Of Water

Michael J. Pitisci

4th FC Eternal’s She’s On Fire MW Stacey Sullivan

NBQ FC Diddydox A Beautiful July Morning V Hoppledachs Heidi Meyers & Pamela J. Hopkins

Judges for Best Open/Field Champion/Absolute

Total Number of

OAAD Starters: 12

Judges: Susan Goodman, Sherry Ruggieri

1st Jalyse’s Tennessee Fire Hawk ML Jamie Sexton

Kathy Johnson and Stacie Sullivan Best Open

FC Boulder Vom Nordlicht

Best Field Champion & Absolute FC Keeva A Keleti Tuz

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Judges for Best Open/Field Champion/Absolute: Kathy Johnson and David Kerr Best Open& Absolute
Best Field Champion
Metropolitan Washington Dachshund Club June 2, 2022
Starters: 72
Judges for Best Open/Field Champion/Absolute: Alice Moyer and Dave Kerr Best Open Jalyse’s Tennessee Fire Hawk Best Field Champion & Absolute FC Doxikota Tarragon W Metropolitan Washington Dachshund Club June 4, 2022 Total Number of Starters: 83 OAAD Starters: 16

Bay Colony Dachshund Club

December 4, 2022

Eastern States Exposition Grounds 1305 Memorial Ave. West Springfield, MA

Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Florida East Coast Dachshund Club

December 15, 2022

Orange Cty Convention Center North/South Building 9899 International Drive, Orlando, FL

Web Site: http://www.floridaeastcoastdachshundclub.org

Dachshund Club of America, Inc.

December 16, 2022

Orange Cty Convention Center N/S Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive, Orlando, FL Web Site: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Florida Gulf Coast Dachshund Club

January 14, 2023

Florida Classic Park

5360 Lockhart Road, Brooksville, FL

Web Site:http://fgcdachshundclub.com/ Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Florida Gulf Coast Dachshund Club

January 15, 2023

Florida Classic Park

5360 Lockhart Road, Brooksville, FL

Web Site:http://fgcdachshundclub.com/ Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Florida Gulf Coast

Dachshund Club

January 20, 2023

Florida Classic Park

5360 Lockhart Road, Brooksville, FL

Web Site:http://fgcdachshundclub.com/ Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Florida Gulf Coast Dachshund Club

January 21, 2023

Florida Classic Park

5360 Lockhart Road, Brooksville, FL

Web Site:http://fgcdachshundclub.com/ Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Event Chair: Joan Eversole 32 Meadow Lane, Meredith, NH 03253 sidecarpup@hotmail.com • 603-254-5960

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107

Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Event Chair: Cliff Ramos 4072 72nd Ln S, Boynton Beach, FL 33436-8802 fabs1950@yahoo.com • 954-907-8454

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107

Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Event Chair: Mrs. Carol Ann Klein 534 NE 94 Stree, Miami Shores, FL 33138 cak@bellsouth.net • 305-613-5861

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107 Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 • mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, December 28, 2022 Event Chair: Mary Stolz 180 Motor Rd., Lexington, NC 27295 marydoxy.ms@gmail.com • 813-215-3580

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Event Chair: Carol Blancato 3912 Rudder Way, New Port Richey, FL 34652 1952havin@gmail.com • 727-741-8243

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 4, 2023

Event Chair: Mary Stolz 180 Motor Rd., Lexington, NC 27295 marydoxy.ms@gmail.com • 813-215-358

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 mbf@infodog.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 4, 2023

Event Chair: Carol Blancato 3812 Rudder Way, New Port Richey, FL 34652 1952havin@gmail.com • 727-741-8243

For additional information contact: MB-F Inc., Superintendent P.O. Box 22107, Greensboro, NC 27420-2107 (336) 379-9352 mbf@infodog.com

Judges: Breed: (L) Ms. Mary Lynne Elliott (S) Ms. Mary Lynne Elliott (W) Ms. Mary Lynne Elliott

Sweepstakes: Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class and judge information.

Judges: Breed: (L) Mr. Raymond V Filburn Jr. (S) Mr. Raymond V Filburn Jr. (W) Mr. Raymond V Filburn Jr. Hound Group: Jason Hoke (p) NOHS Hound Group: Mr. Christopher Tilghman Neale

Junior Show: Ms. Susan M. Napady

Judges: Breed: (L) Mr. Eugene Blake (S) Mr. Eugene Blake (W) Mr. Eugene Blake

Junior Show: Mr. Eugene Blake

Judges: Breed: (L) Mrs. Karen C. Wilson (S) Mrs. Karen C. Wilson (W) Mrs. Karen C. Wilson.

Junior Show: Mrs. Karen C. Wilson

Sweepstakes: Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class and judge information.

Judges: Breed: (L) Mrs. Terry M. DePietro (S) Mrs. Terry M. DePietro (W) Mrs. Terry M. DePietro

Junior Show: Mrs. Terry M. DePietro

Judges:

Breed: (L) Mrs. Mary Olich Nie (S) Mrs. Mary Olich Nie (W) Mrs. Mary Olich Nie

Junior Show: Mrs. Mary Olich Nie

Judges:

Breed: (L) Mr. Walter “Wally” M. Jones (S) Mr. Walter “Wally” M. Jones (W) Mr. Walter “Wally” M. Jones

Junior Show: Mr. Walter “Wally” M Jones (p) Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class and judge information.

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Luna is shown above winning Select at the DCA National Specialty 2022 under Wally Jones. She was also Select at the CODC Host Club under Patricia Taylor.

I am so grateful to have Team Adagio love and show my dogs for me when I can’t. Thanks to Tyler Mills, Joe Metheney and Katherine Winslow for their dedication and skills.

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OUR GANG’S FUTURE...

(CH Wagsmore’s Bee Charming ML X OHBIS GCHS Our Gang’s Something in the Way She Moves ML ROMX)

Salsa’s next litter will be by CH Wagsmore’s Mousaieff Red Diamond. We are very excited.

Billy is shown here winning his second major at the Metropolitan Washington DC under Cindy Meyer.

Sashay finished quickly and is shown here winning Select at the Louisville DC under Carol Spritzer.

Jumper finished at the DCNJ Specialty weekend with three BW awards and made the final cut at CODC Host under Jan Swayze-Curry.

Paris was BV for a major at her first show and is now at home growing up. We love her!

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Dachshund Club of America, Inc.

March 22, 2023

Purina Farms

200 Checkerboard Drive Gray Summit, MO

Web Site: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Dachshund Club of America, Inc.

March 23, 2023

Purina Farms

200 Checkerboard Drive

Gray Summit, MO

Web Site: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Dachshund Club of Santa Ana Valley

April 30, 2023

Canyon RV Park 24001 Santa Ana Canyon Rd. Anaheim, CA

Web Site:http://www.dcsav.org/

Closing Date: Friday, March 3, 2023

Event Chair: Mr. Carl Holder 1130 Redoak Dr., Lumberton, TX 77657 candachs@aol.com • 409-781-5537

For additional information contact: Georjan Bridger, Event Secretary P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307-1352 (503) 931-7099

georjiesdogevents@gmail.com

Closing Date: Friday, March 3, 2023

Event Chair: Mr. Carl Holder 1130 Redoak Dr., Lumberton, TX 77657 candachs@aol.com • 409-781-5537

For additional information contact: Georjan Bridger, Event Secretary P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307-1352 (503) 931-7099

georjiesdogevents@gmail.com

Closing Date: Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Event Chair: Steve Shultz 3817 Seven Oaks Dr., Corona, CA 92881-0737 cherevee@sbcglobal.net • 951-314-8091

For additional information contact: Eileen A. Parr, Event Secretary 18780 Munsee Rd., Apple Valley, CA 92307-1426 (760) 946-9048 • parrkees@mac.com

Judges: Breed: (L) Ms. Sherrill C Snyder (S) Mrs. Frances H. Forrester (W) Mr. Scott Deans

Junior Show: Mrs. Frances H. (Marci) Forrester

Points For Reserve Available

Judges:

Breed: (L) Mrs. Lorraine Simmons (S) Eric Henningsen (W) Dianne R. Graham

Sweepstakes: Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class and judge information.

AKC National Owner-Handled Series

Judges:

Breed: (L) Mrs. Lisa Young (S) Mrs. Lisa Young (W) Mrs. Lisa Young

Junior Show: Mrs. Lisa Young

Sweepstakes: Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class and judge information.

FOR JUNIORS!!

DCA Juniors Committee Chair Melissa Heymann has been looking at ways to encourage Juniors to join DCA. The DCA Board recently passed a recommendation from the Juniors Committee to use the DCA Newsletter back cover to feature Junior members and their Best Junior wins. The Nationals Issue has always featured the DCA Best Junior Handler on the back cover. Many times the back cover goes unsold, so when it does, the DCA Newsletter editor, Lynne Dahlén, will now take submissions from DCA Junior Members to publish their Best Junior win photos on the back cover for free. Win photos can be emailed to her at lynnechuck83@twc.com. Photos must be accompanied by parental consent for publication (see sample wording below).

Melissa wants to bring in & support new Junior members, not only in conformation, but also from other AKC performance and companion events.

DCA wants to be sure they are aware of the scholarship opportunities available to them through their participation in dog sports. Melissa feels that Juniors should be a member of the parent club to gain more knowledge in a breed they are passionate about. Being active in a parent or local specialty club can teach them valuable life skills. Members also receive the DCA Newsletter that is loaded with information on all different aspects of the breed.

Local Dachshund Club members should seek out Juniors showing dachshunds in their area and invite them to join a local specialty and the parent club. Local clubs always need help putting on shows and clubs can get creative at age appropriate responsibilities to put on a specialty, field trial or other dog events.

Watch for a Juniors column written by Ava Hata in upcoming newsletters. !

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Part II of Proofing: Training for Judge Pressure

In the last article, proofing was defined, and examples were given about how to proof for the different obedience exercises. Part 2 of proofing will focus on the topic of judge pressure.

Judge Pressure: What is it?

Judge pressure is a dog’s sensitivity to a person being near them, either during a stationary exercise or when a person is near the dog while the dog is moving. Some dogs are “tuned” into people and want to look, while others do not care. And here is the important item to remember. All dogs are different. In the long run, it does not matter if a dog is sensitive to a person or not. The dog must remain focused on the task at hand. The good news? We can train and proof for judge pressure.

Here are some examples of when our dogs react to a judge.

Example 1:

The dog does not pay attention to the handler in the ring for command discrimination or signals because of judge pressure. OR – you want to proof your training so that the dog does not respond to judge pressure. The proofing is the same. In the first example, we are looking to see if it is a focus/attention issue or a pressure issue (which results in lack of attention). Please note that when working on the issue, I use a lot of treats and praise. Until a dog knows what the expectations are and/or has learned an exercise, I use reinforcement.

Proofing:

a. Leave the dog as you would for the exercise. Does the dog stay focused on you or is the dog looking around? Do not look back – if you can walk towards a mirror, you can see what your dog is looking at. You might need to work on attention, which is a foundation skill.

b. If attention is fine, and the dog can perform the exercise in practice, now let’s add

pressure. Do you have cones? Put a cone directly behind the dog. Can the dog do the exercise? If not, then move the cone back a bit until the dog is successful.

Then in training, move it back. You can add cones on each side of the dog (except the front). Different sized cones are great to have.

c. Is there a person you can borrow when training? Ask the person to stand a short distance from the dog and then have the person move closer and closer. Where is the distance where the dog feels pressure? Now you can work through the pressure with lots of play and success.

d. Do you have access to matches? In a match, tell the person playing the judge what you need. A match is for you to work on what you want to work on. Don’t be shy. You might only work on one exercise during your match time.

e. Think back to part 1 of proofing: Going to new places. You can proof at stores.

Example 2:

The dog is distracted by the judge during heeling (what many call judge pressure).

At this time, the message the AKC representatives are giving obedience judges is to not follow dogs closely. I just had my second novice observation, and that message was loud and clear. Even with a judge standing in the proper position, a dog may lose focus.

A dog who is distracted by a judge might have two or three training issues to work on. Attention/focus on the handler, judge pressure, and sounds.

Proofing:

a. Can your dog heel with you in many different environments? Can your dog heel with you once you lift the dog out of the car? What is the attentional focus?

b. Is the dog distracted by sounds? Shoes can squeak. Years ago, some judges used a “counter” when judging which zounded like a clicker.

c. Is the heeling problem about judge pressure?

Proof all forms of pressure, and then add a person to the training. Like what I wrote about CD and signals, start with the person far from you, and then moving closer. At what point does the dog lose focus? Once you know that, you can break into a game when the person gets that close. The idea is to work through the pressure in fun way.

What about sounds? If sounds are the problem with heeling (or any exercise), slowly add soft sounds and then louder. I will throw things while heeling. Do I expect my dog to react? Yes. Do I expect my dog to keep heeling after she reacts? Yes. That’s the goal of proofing.

In conclusion, working through judge pressure is the same as proofing through all of the exercises. Training is different locations and proofing can help a dog become confident in the ring. It’s up to each person to train the dog so the dog can be successful. It is also up to us to walk into the ring with confidence so that the dog’s focus is on the task and not on a worried handler.

Train, proof, and enjoy every moment with your dog(s)!!

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Why Do Dogs Get Dementia? Large Study Finds Similar Risk Factors to Humans

Dogs seem to have a lot in common with people when it comes to dementia, new research suggests. The study found that dogs face an increasingly higher risk of dementia for every year past the age of 10, and the likelihood of dementia appears to be lower for dogs that are more physically active and higher for those with a history of eye or ear problems.

The findings are the latest to emerge from the Dog Aging Project, an initiative that’s billed as the most ambitious dog health study in the world. The basic premise involves tracking tens of thousands of pet dogs over a 10-year period in order to hopefully find the factors that can lead to a long and healthy lifespan.

In this new research, published recently in Scientific Reports, the authors analyzed survey data collected from late 2019 to 2020 from the owners of over 15,000 dogs. The owners were asked questions about their pooch’s general health and lifestyle, as well as their cognition. One survey asked people if their dogs exhibited possible symptoms of canine cognitive dysfunction, or dog dementia, such as whether the dogs had trouble remembering familiar faces or had trouble sleeping.

The dogs’ ages were divided in quarters, based on their expected lifespan, with 19.5% being in their last stretch of life. Ultimately, 1.4% of dogs were considered to have dementia. Based on age alone, the odds of diagnosed dementia rose by 68% for each added year in dogs past 10.

And even when taking other important factors into account, such as health problems and breed, the odds of dementia still rose by 52% each year for dogs after age 10.

The results line up with other research showing that older dogs have the most to worry about when it comes to dementia. And though there are some kinds of dementia that can affect the young or strike at any age, longevity remains the biggest risk factor for dementia in humans as well.

That said, many studies have indicated that there are some aspects of our lives and health that can be changed or prevented to reduce the risk of dementia, and the same appears to be true for our best friends. Among dogs of the same breed, age, and general health, for instance, the odds of

CCD were more than six times lower for dogs that were said to be regularly physically active, compared to those that weren’t active.

And just as some research has shown in humans, dogs with a history of neurological, ear, or eye conditions also had a higher risk of dementia.

The scientists caution that these findings are observational and are right now based on a single moment in time, meaning that they can’t show a clear causal relationship between these linked factors. It’s possible, for example, that the results can be explained by dogs with early dementia starting to move around less, rather than sedentary dogs being more prone to dementia as they age.

“Additional studies that further explore factors that will provide a better understanding of canine cognitive function are needed,” they wrote. Studies in humans continue to show the importance of exercise in maintaining a healthy body and brain as we age, so it really wouldn’t be a surprise if the same applied to dogs, too. As the project goes on, scientists will be able to start collecting the sort of long-term data that can better establish a clear cause-and-effect link between dementia and these risk factors.

The current study’s findings, its authors say, suggest that screening for dog dementia can be improved. Veterinarians could take into account a dog’s expected lifespan based on their weight and breed, for instance, when deciding whether to test them for dementia. And given the parallels we’re seeing between dog and human brain health, they add, dogs could perhaps one day serve as an important model animal to better understand aging and dementia in humans, which sadly remains untreatable in both species.!

The Role of Pollution in Canine Cancer

AKC Canine Health Foundation

Cancer is a multi-factorial disease influenced by genetic and environmental elements. With funding from the AKC Canine Health Foundation, Dr. Lauren Trepanier and her team at the University of Wisconsin, Madison are examining how these factors affect the development of various cancers in dogs. So far, their research has demonstrated that canine bladder cancer (specifically, urothelial carcinoma) is associated

with household use of insecticides and herbicides as well as living in areas of higher industrial activity. Similarly, canine lymphoma is associated with household pesticide and herbicide use and proximity to industrial areas. Since these cancers are known to result from environmental influences in humans, the research team analyzed data to see if dogs affected by these cancers would be found living in areas with higher levels of air and water pollution.

Data suggest that air and water pollution influence the development of bladder cancer and lymphoma in dogs.

Investigators collected pollution data for the home addresses of two groups of dogs recruited for previous studies – a multi-breed group of dogs with bladder cancer and a group of Boxers with lymphoma – and compared it with home address pollution data for older dogs without these cancers.1 (Pollution data was obtained from various databases

such as the EPA National Air Toxics Assessment Program.) They found that water disinfection byproducts were three times higher in counties where dogs with bladder cancer lived. Also, more dogs with bladder cancer and more Boxers with lymphoma lived in counties exceeding the EPA’s ozone limits.

These results further support the role of environmental exposures such as air and water pollution in the development of bladder cancer and lymphoma in dogs. The ultimate goal of this research is to identify the combinations of genetic and environmental factors that contribute to various cancers in dogs. This will allow us to develop better prevention strategies such as improved water filtration and efforts to decrease air pollution.!

1. Smith, N., Luethcke, K. R., Craun, K., & Trepanier, L. (2021). Risk of bladder cancer and lymphoma in dogs is associated with pollution indices by county of residence. Veterinary and Comparative Oncology. https://doi.org/10.1111/vco.12771

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Age, exercise, and certain health conditions may all play a role in doggy dementia risk, an owner survey of over 15,000 dogs suggests.
Photo Credit: Pam Morris

In true “Best of the Mid-West” World Series fashion, as the home team and competitors began checking in on Sunday, May 15, the Central Ohio Dachshund Club (CODC) stepped up to the plate and set the stage for a series of Grand Slams at the Purina Event Center in Gray Summit, MO! As this year’s Host Club, CODC and the Dachshund Club of America (DCA) took turns loading the bases with fun-filled “first time ever” events and plenty of excitement for players and fans alike. CODC and DCA volunteers welcomed attendees with open arms and helped them connect with the activities they had traveled so far to see and be part of.

Welcome Reception

The traditional Welcome Reception Sunday evening was first at bat. It was great to see a steady stream of attendees sitting poolside and on the upper deck at the Holiday Inn in Eureka, MO.Special lanyards made it easy for DCA Board Members, DCA members and non-DCA members to get to know each other as they relaxed and enjoyed specialty drinks and a lovely buffet of tasty appetizers for several hours. Then, after a night cap

and one last hug, it was off to exercise the dogs one last time before getting some much needed rest in preparation for competitive events which began early Monday morning.

2022 DCA National Showcase

long hours (and in some cases, several days) making the long trip to St. Louis. You told us the week was going to be extra special, and it was.

Memories in the Making

Under the strong leadership of Dave Temple, show chairman, and significant support from CODC, DCA and veteran dachshund community leaders from across the country, this year’s DCA went without a hitch … well, almost.

Everything was moving along nicely until the St. Louis weatherman stepped in on Thursday morning to issue severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings which preceded a power outage that was so serious the show had to be postponed until the following day. Participants and officials were quickly evacuated from the dark building and sent back to their RVs and hotel rooms where many enjoyed tasty “adult beverages” and day-old snacks since many restaurants in the local area were also without power.

You could call it DCA’s version of the “Seventh Inning Stretch.” The good news was that this pause in activity kept the Purina Event Center and everyone in it safe, without injury. By Friday morning, we were all rested well enough to compete in a jam packed day of rescheduled events. But thanks to the cool heads of event managers, it all worked – even the grand finale … the DCA Annual Awards Banquet … which started a little late but was enjoyed by all.

New Traditions Unfolding

Because of the collective creativity and leadership of DCA planners and volunteers, there were many “First Time Ever” events hosted throughout 2022 DCA Week. Each was a resounding success. No doubt, many will become new traditions for Nationals in years to come.

Here’s A Play-by-Play Re-Cap Of These Special Events

DCA Stud Dog Showcase:

Immediately after Puppy Sweeps on Wednesday, May 18, the Reserved Grooming Room became a “hubbub” of activity … a place where over 35 breeders from across the coats and sizes met informally with DCA members and non-DCA members alike who had one thing in common: They are looking for potential stud dogs to enhance their breeding programs. Two live videos captured impromptu interviews with participating breeders. They were streamed immediately online to promote this event as it unfolded. It was a sight to behold!

Breakfast Time

Each day got off to a quick start with a delicious continental breakfast and a good strong cup of coffee (or cold beverages for us southerners) … and then, on to a full schedule of competitive, educational and social events that kept everyone busy. A special thanks goes out to Bev Barringer-Ruggeri, Lora Megli, and Donna and Lyle Jenkins who went above and beyond to host morning hospitality at the host hotel and in RV camping.

Welcome Table

As people arrived at the Purina Event Center, they were welcomed by Cindy Niles, her husband John, and Cindy’s crew of dedicated volunteers. All week long, they answered questions, gave out helpful information and Welcome Bags filled with really, really nice donated items, and helped attendees sign up for events being hosted throughout the week. Cindy, you and your team made us all feel very welcomed after spending many

Showcase planners gave each DCA member who was showcasing one or more of their available stud dogs a specially crafted sign to hang from their grooming table making it easy to tell which DCA members had available stud dogs in each dachshund coat and size. Additionally, some breeders displayed comprehensive fact sheets and notebooks which included candid and show photographs of each of their available dogs. Information about how their semen is available was included (e.g., live cover, fresh chilled or frozen) for dogs who were present as well as those who were unable to make the trip or were dogs from the past.

Most stud dog owners had four generation pedigrees available for review. Some breeders also provided supplemental information on health screenings, genetic testing, inbreeding COIs and progeny produced.

The Stud Dog event was so popular that it lead to the creation of an online DCA Stud Dog Directory which captures key information about available stud dogs owned by DCA members. Everyone (DCA members and non-DCA members alike) can access and view this online directory without a password. This directory is located in the Breeders Resource

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http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/dca-2022

Library (located under the Education Tab) on the DCA website http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/breeders-resourcelibrary.

If you’re not yet a DCA member, it may be time to join. Click on this link to learn how: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/membership-information.

By popular demand, the Stud Dog Showcase will be featured again next year at Nationals. So, if you own good stud dogs or are “shopping” for some that can improve your bloodline, get ready to participate in next year’s event.

Our special thanks goes out to Debby Krieg (who developed the concept for a Stud Dog Showcase) and to everyone who participated, especially breeders who were willing to step out of their competitive modes to help each other improve their breeding programs and enhance the quality of dachshunds as a whole.

DCA Education Expo:

`Another “First Time Ever” event was the DCA Education Expo. It was held on Tuesday evening May 17 in the upper deck of the hotel overlooking the pool. It was another quiet, casual opportunity for DCA Board Members, DCA Members and non-DCA Members to mingle and experience some fascinating learning experiences together.

A steady stream of attendees stopped by to chat informally at 5 eyecatching display tables staffed with subject matter experts. Other attendees participated in scheduled clinics and seminars. Over 150 attendees then moved on to the nearby DCA Ice Cream Social hosted by the DCA Board of Directors to satisfy their sweet tooth and reflect on what they had learned throughout the evening. What a great combination of educational and social activities.

Education Expo Tables:

Breeder Services

This table was staffed by noted breeders Debby Krieg (WH), Sandy Arnold (LH) and Lexa Richmond (SM) who highlighted tools that are currently available to breeders through the DCA website’s Breeders Resource Library (http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/breeders-resource-library).

Breeder tools include book lists, recorded seminars and training videos, the pedigree database, key reference materials, judges education resources, the DCA Dachshund Mentors and Judges Lists, and more. Copies of the Dachshund Illustrated Standard and overlays were shared to help breeders assess their breeding stock against the breed standard. Interesting conversations between breeders were enjoyed throughout the evening. Suggestions were collected for the launch of a new Dachshund Breeders

Bridger and Dave and Lorraine Simmons who provided information and answered questions about the various types of DCA Membership (Single and Dual Residency/US; Single and Dual Residency/Foreign; and Junior Membership for youth 9-17 yrs old); basic membership requirements; the membership application process (http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/membership-information); and the benefits of DCA membership which include:

■ DCA Newsletter

■ DCA Website and Facebook Page

■ Mentoring, Networking and Social Activities

■ Educational Materials and Seminars

■ Breeder Referrals, Club Contacts and Resources

■ Pedigree Database

■ National and Local Dachshund Clubs and Events

■ Funding for Dachshund Health, Welfare and Research

Table hosts encouraged participants to fill out a DCA Membership Survey which was designed to capture feedback regarding how DCA can better meet the evolving information and support needs of DCA Members and grow DCA membership in the days ahead. As a thank you, DCA members who returned their survey were given a raffle ticket. Marianna Smith won the lovely raffle basket donated by Randy Eltringham. NonDCA members were also given a raffle ticket. Celli Jones won the beautiful dachshund cutting board donated by Monika Martin.

Companion & Performance Events

This table was staffed by Tracy Freeling who provided information and answered questions about a wide range of AKC sanctioned sports that dachshund owners and exhibitors participate in; the AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Test (https://www.akc.org/products-services/trainingprograms/canine-good-citizen); DCA’s Versatility Program (http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/wpcontent/uploads/2014/02/VER SATILITY-PROGRAM-Update-January-2020-FINAL-APPROVED-1.pdf); and DCA’s Triathlon Dog of the Year Award (http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/triathlon). She pointed out that AKC sanctioned sports which are part of the DCA Versatility Program include: Conformation, Obedience/Rally, Agility, Field Trials, Earthdog, Tracking, and Scent Work. Just as a heads-up, the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Certificate is now required for dogs seeking a Versatility Certificate which recognizes dachshunds who prove themselves across these AKC sanctioned sports.

Health & Research

Network of experienced breeders and newer breeders who are looking for help and support. So, watch for launch announcements for this new network later this year.

Membership Services

This table was staffed by Georjan

This table was staffed by Dr. Denny Van Hook, DVM, who raised awareness about various health conditions which affect dachshunds. Denny highlighted dachshund related research that DCA helps to fund through the DCA Health and Welfare Trust Fund; the Amazon Smile Program (https://smile.amazon.com/charity?orig=%2F%3Ffbclid%3DI wAR0bOOQS5B3HcvvCK74M5a_bzoix1oJrp8kpgdXYVPAsdH4lt1dfoWB4 oc) that supports the Trust; and How to Make a Donation to the Trust through the DCA website: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/dcahealth-and-welfare-trust-fund. Thank you, Denny, for your continued strong advocacy for dachshund health, research and public education on dachshund health issues. Thanks also to all of YOU who have made charitable donations to continue this important work!

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Public Education

This table was staffed by Larry Sorenson, one of our strongest advocates for the dachshund breed and our current AKC Delegate. Larry provided key information and helped those who stopped by this table learn more about how each of us can become advocates for the breed in our own local communities. Larry promoted DCA & AKC publications found online at http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/public-education as well as upcoming AKC “Meet the Breed” events scheduled across the United States (https://www.akc.org/sports/akc-meet-the-breeds/frequentlyasked-questions).

If you haven’t seen the AKC.TV / YouTube “Meet the Breed” Video for dachshunds, please take time to watch it. It provides fascinating history and facts about the dachshund that even our most knowledgeable breeders may not know about. Our own Fran Colonna and Valerie Diker are among the stars of this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtRfkvI79KI. Enjoy!

Education Expo Clinics,Seminars and “Sweet Tooth” Events:

DCA 2022 Educational Events were superb this year, staffed by well respected dachshund owners, breeders and handlers. These events filled our evening and left us clamoring for more.

Grooming and Handling Clinics

The Grooming Clinic was staffed by Lynn Cope, Liz Heywood and Kim Haupt. The Handling Clinic was staffed by Adam and Maddie Peterson. Lynn, Liz and Kim reviewed the grooming tools they use to groom wires and longhairs to perfection. They facilitated a very helpful Q&A session that was tailored to the specific needs of those in attendance. Adam and Maddie provided one-on-one feedback on table stacking and down and back moving for every dog brought to the Handling Clinic. Both clinics were very well attended and included a good cross-section of coats and sizes. Most importantly, as a follow-on, participants sought out clinic speakers and event planners to say how valuable these clinics were to them as serious competitors. They walked away with new tips, “ah-ha’s” and skills that will help them shine each time they are in the ring.

Juniors Clinic

Melissa Heymann, Emi Pedraza and Sandy Arnold staffed this year’s Juniors Clinic. They had a great time partnering with six Juniors, ages 917. The clinic started by matching each part of the Illustrated Standard of the Dachshund to the “hands-on” physical parts of each dachshund brought to the clinic. The functions and purposes of each physical element were discussed. A handling clinic followed so each participant could see how all the pieces fit together. Juniors left with a better understanding of what breeders and judges are looking for as they stack and move their

dogs around the ring. Melissa, Emi and Sandy will be the first to tell you that Juniors are our future. They represent the knowledge and experience that we pass along from

generation to generation. So, thanks to everyone who is considering getting involved in Juniors events and activities. Your continued strong mentorship, support and coaching – at all levels for our Juniors – is so important. Plus, it’s so much fun watching our Juniors grow up in the sport of purebred dogs.

Genetics: Basics for Breeders

This seminar was staffed by keynote speaker Debby Krieg with support from noted breeder and judge Mary Olich Nie. Initially scheduled for Thursday, May 19, this seminar was postponed due to the severe thunderstorm and power outage that caused the Purina Event Center to be evacuated. It was rescheduled and held by Zoom on Saturday, June 11. Debby provided a fundamental baseline of information about genetics for online participants who wanted to learn more about canine genetics to inform future breeding decisions. After it is edited, this recorded seminar and slides will be posted online in the DCA website’s Breeders Resource Library (no password necessary) http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/breeders-resource-library).

NOTE: This seminar is different from two other previously posted genetics seminars. Thanks, Debby and Mary, for organizing and offering this incredibly helpful seminar. Your impact on those of us who are trying to improve our breeding programs and bloodlines has been profound.

DCA’s Ice Cream Social

Each year, on behalf of the DCA Board of Directors, this “Sweet Tooth” event is planned and set up by Paul and Monika Martin (who do the heavy lifting, literally). It is staffed by members of the DCA Board of Directors. Over 150 ice cream lovers completely blew their diets by indulging in Ice Cream Sunday delights. It was the perfect wrap-up for the DCA Education Expo. Thanks to all the organizers and “volunteer scoopers” for continuing this fun annual event and for satisfying our sweet-tooth once again this year. Yum!

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2022 Parade of Veterans

This special event, held immediately prior to the DCA National Show, was staffed by Carl Holder and Ken Levison who had the distinct honor of reciting the histories of each participating dog and presenting them with personalized veteran ribbons honoring their amazing accomplishments. As you can imagine, there was hardly a dry eye in the place as each veteran took center stage. Seven proud owners – with hearts and smiles bigger than the state of Texas -- brought their most beloved veterans to showcase. Each one was truly an inspiration, to see how well they have held up over the years and to know that some are still out there earning titles. Well done, my friends! Well done!

Honorees include:

PACH Re:Joyce New Star

Wirehair Dachshund

Bred By: Joyce & Paul Wilson

Owned By: Sara Zislin, Rochester, NY

Sharpree’s Just Watch Me ML, PCD BN RE FDC CGCA TKN Longhair Dachshund

Bred By: Sharon McDonald

Owned By: Karen Henry, Houston, TX

GCHP DC Walmar-Solo’s OMG SL JE Longhair Dachshund

Bred By: Paula Carter, Kimberly Vidrine, Walter & Mary Jones

Owned By: Kimberly Vidrine, Jeane Haverick & Patricia Grant, Sulphur, LA

DC Rose Farm’s Spicy Gingersnap MW CGC RN BN SIN SCN Wirehair Dachshund

Bred By: Dee Hutchinson

Owned By: Nancy Prouty, Winchester, VA

DC Scoshire Scherizade O

Siddachs CD RI NAJ OAP OJP MXE2 SXE3 EE2 CA THDN CGC TKN VC ROMX Wirehair Dachshund

Bred By: Dwayne Early & David Borders

Owned By: Constance & Gary Fisher, Berryville, VA

TC MACH5 PACH RACH

Sharpree’s Imagine That! VCD2 UD RM3 RAE2 MXB2 MJB2 MXP3 MXPB MJPB PAX OF T2B SE TD CGC

Longhair Dachshund

Bred and Owned By: Sharon McDonald, River Ridge, LA

Hialeah’s Effie Trinket (Dam of 9 CH’s including 2021 DCA Smooth BOV Winner & 2016 Top Smooth Producer Bitch)

Smooth Dachshund

Bred and Owned By: Lexa Richmond, Bedford, TX

Treasured Souvenirs

There are three traditions that everyone looks forward to each year –things that round out the “DCA Nationals Experience” -- The DCA Raffle, the DCA Ways and Means Tables and specially selected vendors that showcase treasured items for dachshund lovers. We all want that “something special” item to take home as a souvenir to remind us of how much fun we had with friends at Nationals. This year, these venues were extra special.

Here’s

DCA Raffle

A Collector’s Paradise!

Every year, we look forward to stopping by the DCA Raffle Table to see what delectable items might be available. Denise Siemssen, DCA’s Raffle Chairman, works hard each year collecting and organizing

items for display. This year, she was unable to attend DCA, so Lexa Richmond stepped forward and took on the enormous task of transporting, organizing and presenting 112 lots of raffle collectibles, a 50/50 raffle and 12 silent auction items. Items ranged from figurines to gift certificates for photo shoots, to paintings, pajamas, blankets, pillows and quilts. What made this year extra special was the generous donation of so many treasured items from the estate of Iris Love made by Anne Radice. Anne made it truly a collector’s paradise! She also matched net proceeds made by the raffle this year, doubling charitable contributions from $2,000 to $4,000, not including another $1,000 made at the silent auction, and a $600 split from the 50/50 raffle. I’m told that two people actually bought $100 worth of tickets each for the 50/50 raffle and got writer’s cramps writing their names on that many tickets. Now that’s what I call a “Pawsitive Contribution!”

As you can imagine, it takes an army of people to transport, unpack, organize, set-up, and staff 12 tables of raffle items. A special thanks goes to Lexa Richmond, Denise Siemssen, Vickie Spencer, Lynn Jordan, Anne Radice, Carl Holder, Ken Levison, Paul and Monika Martin, and all the people who bought tickets. It was because of you that so many people went home with new prize possessions. Thank you!

DCA Ways & Means

Our annual DCA logo items are always in high demand because they capture the theme of each year’s DCA Nationals Events. This year, the theme was the “Best of the Midwest.” The illustrated logo was one of the most beautiful designs we’ve ever had. In fact, it was so popular that 2022 DCA sweatshirts, T-shirts, commemorative porcelain ornaments, lapel pins, and other items quickly sold out. It was like a mid-western twister came down from the sky and swooped them all up … just that fast! Other popular items were the beautiful etched cutting boards, dachshund signs made of lovely gray slate, and lovely embroidered items.

Special thanks goes to Georjan Bridger, Paul and Monika Martin,

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Sandy Arnold, Sherry Snyder, Wally Jones, Ken Levison, Dan Burke, Cheryl Schultz, Marianna Smith, Ranie Howe, Lisa Fisher and all those who helped prepare pre-ordered items, process All-in-One order forms, and staff our Ways and Means tables. Net proceeds were significant and are being donated to the DCA Health and Welfare Trust Fund.

DCA Vendors

Each year, I marvel at what wonderful vendors we have at Nationals. This year, Cindy Niles, our DCA Vendor Chairman, outdid herself. Our first two vendors are super talented DCA members. Three additional vendors specialize in canine and dachshund items that Cindy knew we would enjoy. I hope each of you were able to take home a bag full of treasures to keep you smiling until next year!

▪ Diane Poranski brought her beautiful dachshund jewelry (for men and women), soft comfortable hand-crafted dachshund-ribbon dog collars, leather dachshund handbags (which were snatched up in a skinny minute), and German dachshund children’s books which were all in high demand.

▪ Joy Beckner showcased her spectacular bronze dachshund figurines of all three coats and both sizes. They were admired by all and purchased by art collectors and those who wanted to give them to special friends and family members as “once in a lifetime” keepsakes. True works of art, straight from the heart.

▪ Let Us Help You Sparkle, Safety Paws and Long Dog Apparel offered beautiful dachshund coats, shirts, and caps (for people and dogs), leggings, tote bags and more to make our next trip to Nationals and dog shows around the country extra special. Who doesn’t want to be in high fashion when we join-up with other dachshund lovers who are all decked out?

Sharing the Joy of DCA Week

DCA would not be complete without great food, beverages and a special toast to those who made this week possible for competitors, winners, workers and those who traveled so far to enjoy this fun filled week. This year was no exception.

DCA Awards Banquet

The Annual DCA Awards Banquet is a true celebration of the successes of breeders, owners and handlers of all three coats and both sizes of dachshunds. As many of you know, on any given day, any dog can win top honors, depending on how the dogs perform and what each judge is looking for. The quality of dogs being shown during DCA Week is simply that good. For example, I can’t ever remember seeing three different smooths win Best In Specialty Show at

the both Host Shows and DCA Nationals on the same year. But that’s what happened in 2022. And all three were totally different dogs – a standard black and tan smooth male, a standard chocolate smooth female, and a black and tan smooth male miniature. All were well deserved wins. It was exciting and encouraging to see it happen. So, next year, bring your best dogs. Pay your money. And take your chances. It just might be YOUR YEAR!

Good Sportsmanship Everywhere You Look

Our Annual DCA Awards Banquet brings DCA Week to a close. It recognizes top ten rankings in Obedience, Rally, and Agility, Conformation in all three coats, Versatility and Triathlon Dog of the Year, Stud Dog and Brood Bitch of the Year, Breeders of the Year in all three coats, and more. Because the lists are long, it makes for a long night, but an exciting one because we get to raise a glass and share the joy with those who have worked so hard to achieve their goals. And what’s equally exciting is to see how competitors are helping each other achieve these goals in the ring, on the field, and in their daily decisions and work.

As Jerry Cerasini reminded us earlier this year, our culture of good sportsmanship is what makes our dachshund community strong -everywhere. It is the fuel that keeps DCA and local dachshund clubs growing. With that in mind, DCA has decided to establish an annual DCA Good Sportsmanship Award, the first of which will be awarded at the DCA Banquet in 2023. If you’d like to learn more about this new award, check out the 2021 Winter Edition of the DCA Newsletter where you will find all the information you need about the nomination process, the nomination form and upcoming deadlines. Information will also be mailed to DCA members along with the 2023 DCA Membership Roster. So, watch for it and be thinking about who you would like to nominate. Thanks to Jerry Cerasini and Janet Schwalbe for working so hard to keep our good sportsmanship awareness high and for helping us weave it through everything we say and do.

Time to Celebrate

So, congratulations to all of those who won top honors this year. It was wonderful sharing your moments of glory in 2022. Thank you for all you are doing to support and expand our world of purebred dachshunds through your thoughtful breeding, positive training methods and assistance to fellow breeders, exhibitors and dachshund owners.

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In addition to the listing of 2022 Conformation Show winners found below, I hope you enjoy the additional articles in this 2022 DCA Nationals Issue that celebrate the amazing achievements of dachshund teams competing in Tracking, Field Trials, Earthdog, Obedience, Rally and Agility. What a versatile, multi-talented breed we have! May your knees and hips hold out even longer than your hopes for speedy single, double and triple Q’s.

Central Ohio Dachshund Club Host Show #1: Monday, May 16, 2022

Longhair Judge: Pat Taylor

Entries: 27 Class Dogs, 44 Class Bitches, 5 Veteran Dogs, 2 Veteran Bitches, 58 Champions

Total Entries: 136

WD Hundeleben You Had Me At Cheese SL

RWD Aubray‘N Dredachs Milo ML

WB Solo-Karavel’s Throwback Thursday SL

RWB Dash‘N Doxies Shotgun Rider V Longdogia MLD

BOW Solo-Karavel’s Throwback Thursday SL

BOV GCHP2 Walmar-Solo’s IOU SL TKN

BOS GCH Hundeleben Quicker Picker Upper SL

SELD GCH Galewinns Dream Come True @ Sandachs MLD

SELB GCHB Our Gang’s Moonlight and Magic ML

AOM CH Setsers King of Rock and Roll SL

AOM GCHB Stoneriver Creamridge’s Grand Entrance

AOM GCH Royalaire’s I’m Dreaming Of A White Christmas JE

AOM CH Telkel Guess Who Is Coming SL

AOM CH Glenavan Enchanted ML

AOM GCHB Royall T’s Mercy Mercy @ Luckydox SL

Smooth Judge: Lynne Allen

Entries: 10 Class Dogs, 22 Class Bitches, 2 Veteran Dogs, 2 Veteran Bitches, 45 Champions

Total Entries: 81

WD Duchwood’s Roarke MS

RWD Moved Up to WD

WB TurningPt Hildisvin The Princess Bride

RWB Barkerville Viennese

BOW TurningPt Hildisvin The Princess Bride

BOV GCHS TurningPt Tony Two Bags First Knock of the Night

BOS GCHG Kachina Kochana Coco Crisp V Lucene

SELD DC Fusions Inchoots Platinums Here Come the Boom MS

SELB CH Brownwood Queen V Diagram SS

AOM GCHB Lindmont’s Eye Of The Tiger On Geordox Isle

AOM GCHS Tudorglen V Brendachkel Schwarzwalder Kischtorte MS

AOM GCHB TurningPt Max’in K’s on Scherz Day

AOM GCH Apple Hills She’s Got Betty Davis Eyes

AOM GCHP Hildisvin Wurdig Bacardi SS

AOM GCH Barkerville Aula Palatina

Wirehair Judge: Georjan Bridger

Entries: 12 Class Dogs, 19 Class Bitches, 1 Veteran Dogs, 3 Veteran Bitches, 34 Champions

Total Entries: 81

WD Daybreak’s Maker’s Mark W

RWD Willowood-Sandale One For The Road

WB Willowood-Sandale Funfetti Cupcake

RWB Willowood-Sandale At Last

BOW Willowood-Sandale Funfetti Cupcake

BOV GCHB Daybreak’s Frozen Assets W

BOS GCHG Kadell’s Bean Boozled W

SELD GCHP Wiretaps Life Is A Highway

SELB CH Watermark The Secrets In The Sauce V Legibach SW

AOM GCH Donatello Vom Jagerberg

AOM GCHB Starbarrack Sugar Rush SW

AOM CH Jeric’s Seasons In The Sun W

AOM GCH Moonlight’s Summer Time W

AOM GCHB Harewood Swipe Right V Raydachs SW

AOM GCH Hunu Double Entendre @ Newdox MW

Intervariety for Host Show #1, Judge: Pat Taylor

Best of Breed GCHS TurningPt Tony Two Bags First Knock of the Night

BOS to BOB GCH Hundeleben Quicker Picker Upper SL

Best Veteran GCHP2 Walmar-Solo IOU SL TKN

Central Ohio Dachshund Club

Host Show #2: Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Longhair Judge: Jan Swayze-Curry

Entries: 31 Class Dogs, 51 Class Bitches, 5 Veteran Dogs, 2 Veteran Bitches, 62 Champions Total Entries: 151

WD Mayapple Calico Jack

RWD Rexstar-Solo’s One Man Show SL

WB Hundeleben Under A Full Moon SL

RWB Riverwalk’s Whimsical Designer @ Leoralees

BOW Hundeleben Under A Full Moon SL

BOV GCHB Syringa & Riverwind Promise Not To Tell SL

BOS GCH Hundeleben Keeper Of The Flame SL

SELD GCHP2 Brownwood RT’s Peace On Earth SL

SELB GCHG Leoralees JBS Heaven Is For Real L

AOM GCH Kenmar’s Don’t Stop Me Now

AOM GCHB Galewinns In Your Dreams MLD

AOM GCHG Mayapple Don’t Blame Me

AOM GCH Polychrome’s Bristol Bay V Pramada Koradox SL

AOM GCHS JT’s Famous In A Small Town of Nantucket AOM CH Sleepytime’s Lord Of The Rings ML

Smooth Judge: David Peat

Entries: 12 Class Dogs, 23 Class Bitches, 2 Veteran Dogs, 2 Veteran Bitches, 47 Champions Total Entries: 86

WD Duchwood’s Rolling Stone MS

RWD Highline Charles Lindbergh

WB Platinums Chesire Cat-Now That’s The Cats Pajamas MS RWB Moved Up

BOW Duchwood’s Rolling Stone MS

BOV GCHG Kachina Kochana Coco Crisp V Lucene

BOS GCHS TurningPt Tony Two Bags First Knock of the Night

SELD CH Duchwood’s Therein Lies The Hunter MS

SELB GCH Barkerville Aula Palatina

AOM CH Brownwood Mymy D Diagram SS

AOM CH Brownwood Queen V Diagram SS

AOM GCHG Fusions Inchoots Platinums Jimi Johns Freaky Fast MS

AOM GCHS TurningPt Keeps Them Yankee Girls ‘A Wishin’ AOM CH Lindmont’s Maid In the Shade

Wirehair Judge: John Wade

Entries: 14 Class Dogs, 20 Class Bitches, 1 Veteran Dogs, 2 Veteran Bitches, 37 Champions

Total Entries: 74

WD Willowood-Sandale One For The Road

RWD Kadell’s Ruler Of The Race Track W

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WB Willowood-Sandale At Last

RWB Minsmere Maidenhair

BOW Willowood-Sandale One For The Road

BOV GCHB Harewood Swipe Right V Raydachs SW

BOS GCH Rancor’s Mass Effect

SELD GCHS DC Robinwoods Aim To Be Awesome W CGC TKN

SELB CH Jeric’s Seasons In The Sun W

AOM GCH Donatello Vom Jagerberg

AOM GCH MoonLight’s Summer Time W

AOM GCHG Kadell’s Bean Boozled W

AOM GCH Kadell’s Don’t Tell Me I Can’t W

AOM CH Friedox Making It A Gala Occasion MW

AOM GCHP2 Kadell’s Gold Dust W

Intervariety for Host Show #2, Judge: John Wade

Best of Breed GCHG Kachina Kochana Coco Crisp V Lucene

BOS to BOB GCH Rancor’s Mass Effect Best Veteran GCHP2 Kadell’s Gold Dust W

Junior Showmanship Host Show #2, Judge: Lynne Allen

Total Entries: 3

Best Junior Handler: Ava Kathrine Hata Showing: Setsers King Of Rock and Roll SL

Reserve Best Junior Handler:Samantha Elliott Showing: GCH Kadell’s Don’t Tell Me I Can’t W

DCA National Specialty Results

DCA Puppy Sweeps: Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Longhair Judge: Debbie James

BOV Hundeleben You Had Me At Cheese SL

BOS Mygadachs Kenmar At Lake Niagara ML

Smooth Judge: Maggie Peat

BOV Duchwood’s Rolling Stone MS

BOS Bessdach Prepare For Trouble

Wirehair Judge: Shirley Del Castillo

BOV Hundeleben Vanity Phair MW

BOS Usonia’s Jeremiah Was A Bull Frog V Lowdown

Intervariety for DCA Sweeps Judge: Maggie Peat Best in Sweeps:Duchwood’s Rolling Stone MS

BOS in Sweeps: Hundeleben You Had Me At Cheese SL

DCA Junior Showmanship Judge: Wally Jones

Total Entries:6

Best Junior Handler: Ava Kathrine Hata Showing: Setsers King of Rock and Roll SL

Reserve Best Junior Handler:Samantha Elliott Showing: GCH Kadell’s Don’t Tell Me I Can’t W

DCA

National Show: Thursday and Friday, May 19-20, 2022

Longhair Judge: Wally Jones

Entries: 37 Class Dogs, 50 Class Bitches, 9 Veteran Dogs, 3 Veteran Bitches,

Champion Bitch, 61 Champions

Entries: 161

WD Glenarrif’s Everybody Knows

RWD Hundeleben You Had Me At Cheese SL

WB Wagsmore’s Specialee ML

RWB Mygadachs Kenmar At Lake Niagara ML

BOW Wagsmore’s Specialee

BOV GCHB Syringa & Riverwind Promise Not To Tell SL

BOS GCH Hundeleben Keeper Of The Flame SL

SELD GCHB Hundeleben Knock Knock Knock, Who’s There SL

SELB GCHB Our Gang’s

and Magic ML

BNOHS GCHB Syringa & Riverwind Promise Not To Tell SL

AOM GCHP2 Brownwood RT’s Peace On Earth SL CGC

AOM

AOM

AOM

Glenavan Enchanted

Greensboro’s Accomplice

Jagerhof

Setser

Sip

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At A Time Best in Sweepstakes Sweepstakes BOV Wirehair Sweepstakes BOV Longhair

AOM GCH Hundeleben Quicker Picker Upper SL

AOM GCH Lockshire V Splendor Farm Messenger of Strength SL

Smooth Judge: Laura Abbott-Licht

Entries: 16 Class Dogs, 28 Class Bitches, 4 Veteran Dogs, 8 Veteran Bitches, 3 Dual Champion Dogs, 1 Dual Champion Bitch, 54 Champions

Total Entries: 114

WD TurningPt Hildisvin Inconceivable

RWD Stormwynd Quite A Bit of Magic

WB Duchwood’s Winning Colors MS

RWB Tudorglen V Brendackel Don’t Go Breaking My Heart

BOW Duchwood’s Winning Colors MS

BOV GCHS Tudorglen V Brendackel Schwarzwalder Kischtorte MS

BOS CH Brownwood Queen V Diagram SS

SELD CH TurningPt Hildisvin Have Fun Stormin’ the Castle

SELB GCHG Kachina Kochana Coco Crisp V Lucene

BNOHS GCHG Walden & Windyoak’s Bouquet of Dreams MS

AOM CH Brownwood Mymy D Diagram SS

AOM GCHB Hialeah’s Two-Timing Harlot

AOM GCH Leoralees Barstool Boogie MS

AOM GCHB Fusions The Greatest Show On Earth MS

AOM GCHG Walden & Windyoak’s Bouquet of Dreams MS

AOM CH Apfel Dachs Crimson Rose

Wirehair Judge: Fred Vogel

Entries: 14 Class Dogs, 20 Class Bitches, 1 Veteran Dogs, 2 Veteran Bitches, 37 Champions Total Entries: 74

WD Kadell’s Ruler Of The Race Track W

RWD Willowood-Sandale I Walk the Line At Whisper Hill

WB Sweetwire’s Living On The Edge

RWB Minsmere Maidenhair

BOW Sweetwire’s Living On The Edge

BOV GCHG Kadell’s Bean Boozled W

BOS GCHB Starbarrack Sugar Rush SW

SELD GCHB Daybreak’s Frozen Assets W

SELB CH Jeric’s Seasons In The Sun W

BNOHS GCHB Starbarrack Sugar Rush SW

AOM GCHP Wiretaps Life Is A Highway

AOM GCH Donatello Vom Jagerberg

AOM CH Woodwyn Amazing Grace

AOM GCH Rancor’s Mass Effect

AOM GCHS DC Robinwoods

AOM GCHB Harewood Swipe

BOB

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2022 DCA Triathlon Dog of the Year

DC Keysown Mr. Smidgen of Wigeon

The Triathlon Event for DCA 2022 had 11 participating dog and handler teams this year. To be eligible, each “team” had to enter 3 or more different sporting events to participate and be scored. Triathlon events include: Tracking, Field, Earth Dog, Obedience and Rally.

This year we showcased an updated display board which described the details for DCA’s annual Triathlon competition. It included the latest information regarding additional points now available for several of these events. Our display also showcased last year’s winner as well as Triathlon Dogs from previous years.

The following is a list of the exhibitors who participated with one or more of their dogs in 2022: Linda Alkema, Leslie Keys, Cassie Myers, Connie Fisher, Shawn Nies, Sharon McDonald, Alice Carter, Kathy Johnson, Jackie Nicholas, Jamie Sexton, and Lauren Ebel.

Triathlon points were awarded based on the level of qualified performances in each event. This year, a total of 14 dogs were scored. Our top two dogs were neck and neck into the final event and in the end, only 2 points separated them.

BBE in Show

Congratulations to Leslie Keys and her dog Wigeon (DC Keysown Mr Smidgen of Wigeon) … our 2022 Triathlon Dog of the Year and to all those whose dogs had amazing performances. (see page 26)

We’re already looking forward to next year’s Triathlon. We encourage everyone to consider participating. You’ll find that there is lots of support from other “teams” not to mention the fun of working with your dogs as each sporting event unfolds. Hope to see your names on the list of participants in 2023!

Best Brood Bitch

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Earthdog Tests Showcase the Meaning of “Gettin’ Down and Dirty!”

We could not be any prouder of the club members of the Dachshund Club of St Louis, Dachshund Club of America (DCA) members and participants in this year’s national Earthdog Tests. Everyone pitched in to help make these Earthdog tests come together and be a real success.

The weather was brutal with very high heat and plenty of mid-western ticks and chiggers, but we all had fun! The list of people who made a difference is WAY too long to post here but it was awesome!!! Whether it was showing up early to pitch the tents, set up tables, clean out dens, chase out the mice, transport the judges and participants up the hill, order and deliver the meals, ice the water, buy the snacks, or spend hours sorting paperwork and making sure everyone got in the right classes at the right time, not to mention picking ticks off each other and the dogs, everyone was willing and able. Even at the end, there were many hands working the cleanup detail. Break down was done in record time!

This year, our judges were truly exceptional, giving everyone’s dogs a fair test and a positive experience. And then there were the beautiful and inventive souvenirs that were given to all dogs and handlers who had a qualifying run that topped off a wonderful underground hunting experience! This is what dog events are supposed to be ... a special time spent with special dogs and special friends.

Thank you so much for being part of this magical set of events, and most especially, for making this a memorable experience for everyone! We’re already looking forward to next year. So, until we see you again at Purina’s Event Center Earthdog dens, find some good Earthdog training opportunities and practice sessions so you and your favorite “getting’ down and dirty” Earthdogs can be ready to “go to ground” in 2023!!

2022 DCSTL Earthdog Test Results

NOVICE Qualifiers

DC Hidden Cedar Favorite Lines of Hope

CH Dachshund Downs Frantic Frannie Fay MSD

FC Jalyse’s Home Run ML

GCH Frayed Knot Thatch

JUNIOR Qualifiers

Primum Genus Rumba CGC

SENIOR Qualifiers

DC Jalyse’s Hampshire Hound ML

GCH Lost Creek Moment of Beauty JE

CH DC Prince of Peace MS

GCH DC Duchwood’s Chance Romance MS

FC Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart MS

GCH BC’s MV-T Hidden Dark Crystal MWB

MASTER Qualifiers

GCH Rosegate @ Autir R Braav Pony Soldier SS SE

FC Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart MS

GCH DC OC’s Prince of Peace MS

DC Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube

DC Keysown Mr Smidgen of Wigeon

2022 DCA Earthdog Test Results

NOVICE Qualifiers

CH Dachshund Downs Frantic Frannie Fay MSD

FC Jalyse’s Fancy Lady ML BCAT

JUNIOR Qualifiers

GCH Frayed Knot Thatch

FC Sharpee’s Don’t Make Me Light Ma’Butt!

SENIOR Qualifiers

GCH DC Dutchwood’s Chance Romance MS

DC Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube

Primum Genus Rumba CGC

FC Sharpee’s Don’t Make Me Light Ma’Butt!

MASTER Qualifiers

DC Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube

GCH Rosegate @ Autir R Braav Pony Soldier SS SE

FC Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart MS

GCH Grand Gables Wee Red Thorn

GCH DC OC’s Prince of Peace MS

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2022 DCA National Field Trial, Portland, IN

Early April weather in north central Indiana can vary quite a bit. Temps ranged from a low of 30 degrees F to a high on the last day of a very pleasant 63 degrees F for the week of April 5-10, 2022. Three Field Trials were held together, including the DCA National. Minnesota Dachshund Club held their spring trial on April 5 & 6 with an entry of 113 starters, skillfully put on by Kathleen Johnson and Carolyn & Roger Lewis. Hoosier Dachshund Club has enjoyed working with MDC and has greatly benefited from their mentoring & partnership. The official DCA Host Club, Hoosier Dachshund Club (HDC) held their 2 day spring trial on April 7 & 8, just ahead of the DCA National Field Trial to round out the week, on April 9 & 10. Entries for HDC were 110 and for the DCA National, 101 starters. HDC is very lucky to partner with the Grand Lake Beagle Club (GLBC), as they have been extremely helpful and supportive of Dachshund FT’s on their grounds, and we were the third Dachshund Club to host a National at GLBC. We couldn’t do it without President Darrel Blanton and members Tom Duffey, Jason & Jessica Francis. Jessica prepared Breakfast & Lunch all 6 days plus putting on the Awards Dinner on Saturday evening. HDC is also very fortunate to have a Hoosier DC member that is also a member of GLBC, their first female & non-beagle owning member, Chrissy Holman. Chrissy served as FT Chair for the HDC Trial and Assistant Chair/Chief Field Marshall for National. HDC Members Cheryl Sims, Chris Moore, Melissa Heymann & Selena Howard all worked very hard this week with meal tickets, camping fees, the raffle and much more! Hoosier was also blessed by having a very experienced National FT Secretary, Ann Kraft for both HDC & DCA. It couldn’t have made my job easier as DCA National FT Chair to have all these wonderful & experienced Field Trialers to help Hoosier have such a successful week!

Of course there were fun & social activities scheduled for the week. MDC started off by hosting a pizza party on Tuesday evening. Hoosier DC hosted a Bingo Night Fundraiser for the Beagle Club on Thursday and our club was more than happy to present a $600 check to Darrel & GLBC the next day! Led by Bingo Callers Marietta Singleton & John Merriman, you can only imagine the fun & laughter in the room! Hoosier DC donated all the Bingo prizes and the “Walking Taco” dinner served to everyone. Saturday evening was the traditional Awards Dinner, led by Performance Events Committee Chair Tracy Freeling. We were very honored that 9 of the Top 10 Award winners were there to receive their awards!

The 2021 Top 10 Awards had some special highlight this year with the #1 & #2 dogs being mother & daughter, both owned by Sherry Ruggieri. “Keeva” (FC Keeva A Keleti Tuz JE CGC) took the top spot while her mom, “Niya”(FC Tüsöksori-Ugrasztó Husniya CGC), was only 13 points behind her (346 & 333

points respectively) for the year. Not to be outdone by her daughter, Niya was also enjoying her own accolades of surpassing “Danika”(FC Danika vom Nordlicht TD ME EE2 CGCU, Cheri Faust & Larry Gohlke), longtime record holder of the Lifetime DCA Merit Point total. Only 29 dogs have broken the 1,000 point level. Five dogs have broken 2,000 points and only 2 of those, first Danika, and now Niya, have broken the 3,000 point totals.

Keeva (Hungarian import) is sired by Zale von Mossback-Zuzelek SW, who was co-bred by Jolanta Jeanneney and Cheri Faust. Keeva’s impressive littermates include #6 Kivaar & #9 Keszito (Sherry Ruggieri), #13 KJ (Stan Knoll), #20 Jack (Lori Isaacson) and #23 Kenzie (Rich Schwarz), all from Niya’s lone litter.

You can read all the results, from Absolute to each Award of Merit, from this year’s National Field Trial in this Newsletter issue (page 44), so I will just mention some highlights. “Tipsy” (FC Duchwood's Tipsy Tart MS NA NAJ OF ME EE2, Alice Carter) won a competitive Field Champion Bitch class of 27 and defeated “Jack”(FC Kolja A Keleti Tuz, Lori Isaacson) for Best Field Champion. “Gill” (GCH Nicanna's Paper Moon SL RI SE CAA FCAT RATO CGCA CGCU TKI, Whitney Walker/E Walker/C White) won the Open Dog class and did not get to run against her bitch “Rye” (CH Passport I Can Buy My Own Drinks Ss JE RATN TKN, Whitney Walker/E Walker), since she was in season! Both Gill & Rye earned their Field Championships this day & became new Dual Champions at the DCA National Field Trial! Gill then defeated Tipsy to become the Absolute winner & take home the 11˝ Bronze DCA Plaque, which is only given out at the DCA National specialty (Conformation Best of Variety & Field Trial Absolute). We congratulate all participants & give many THANKS to all who beat brush, Field Marshalled and helped in any way to make the week a big success!!! Hope to see everyone in Kirbyville, TX in 2023!!! Tally Ho!

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Juniors Seminar at DCA 2022

On Wednesday afternoon, after Puppy Sweepstakes finished during the week of the DCA National Specialty at Purina Farms, six of the eight kids that signed up for the Juniors seminar gathered in the Bistro to begin. As they munched on burgers & fries, Emi Pedraza & Melissa Heymann started classroom style. After introductions and handing out ‘goodie bags’ to each Junior containing their own Illustrated Standard booklet, Emi & Melissa, both school teachers & former juniors, got to work. They introduced the contents of the booklet and highlighted several points that they would be discussing with live dogs after they finished eating.

After going over the Illustrated Standard highlights, the group headed ringside where Emi & Melissa had volunteer dogs on tables so they could discuss anatomy and emphasize the points they just reviewed with the Illustrated Standard. Noelle Hanson, also a former Junior herself, joined in helping with volunteer dogs ringside. Next, each Junior retrieved their own dogs and stacked them for Emi & Melissa so they could help each pair with things to emphasize or minimize when showing in Juniors.

With an age range of 8-17 years, we certainly anticipated challenges, but the kids were wonderful helping each other, patient with others’ questions, etc.

The last segment was practicing in the ring! Each Junior practiced with their own dog and continued to get tips on competing in Juniors with dachshunds. Several parents hung around (mostly of the younger kids) and chimed in when helpful. All the kids seemed focused and took away new skills & knowledge from the session.

Thanks to the many that helped organize & support this event.

We’d like to thank Angela Lloyd, former junior for suggesting a juniors ‘breed’ seminar, 3 years ago, and it finally coming to fruition post-covid. We would love to have ideas & feedback on topics and session that would be helpful & interesting to Juniors to rotate through at the National. You can contact the DCA Juniors Chair Melissa Heymann (mzheymann@gmail.com) or DCA Board Juniors Liaison Sandy Arnold (jarbsydox@gmail.com).

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Obedience and Rally at the DCA 2022 Regional and National Specialty

It is my pleasure to report on the fantastic dog and handler teams who participated in this year’s regional specialty and our national specialty. I was not able to attend this year and wish to thank everyone who posted on the DCA2022 Facebook page with photos, placements, and other items from St. Louis. I am amazed how calm everyone seemed (at least on social media) about the tornado warnings, storms, and power outages. In all honesty, I would have been fine with rain and the lack of power, but tornado warnings scare me to death. I applaud all of you who were able to stay under cover with good humor during those warnings.

There was one photo on the Facebook page that seemed to touch everyone who has ever participated in obedience or rally. Jackie Nicholas, to see a photo of you in the ring brought back so many memories. When I lived in MO and saw you at the obedience trials, you were always willing to chat with me about training. I know I am not alone in regarding you as a role model within our sport. Thank you.

One last item before the results. For every person who entered rally and/or obedience in St. Louis. No matter if you qualified or not, you stepped into the ring and showed. Keep on showing. Our dogs may be short, but they are large on heart and can play these games. For those who entered rally novice A and/or novice A, welcome to the sport! The placements are listed below. Please note that the name of the dog without titles is listed. All results were taken from the AKC results page.

DCA Regional Obedience Results (Judge Pat Kasten):

HIT was a lovely 196.5 out of the Novice B class.

HIT: Duchwood’s Let It Snow (L. Fischer)

2nd HIT: Kleinhunde Northern Rhapsody (M. Bohach)

Novice B: Duchwood’s Let It Snow (Linda Fischer) Sharpree’s Lightening (Bug) In A Bottle (Sharon McDonald)

Open B: Kleinhunde Northern Rhapsody (Dr. Mary Bohach)

Regional Rally (Judge James Comunale):

Highest Triple Score: Countryroads Limited Edition at Mainstreet (L. Ebel)

Highest Combined Score: Countryroads Limited Edition at Mainstreet (L. Ebel)

Rally Master: Countryroads Limited Edition at Mainstreet (L. Ebel)

Lost Creek All Good Things (C. Myers/E. Myers)

Rally Ex B:

Sharpree’s Don’ Make Me Light Ma’ Butt! (S. McDonald/S Monteleone)

Countryroads Limited Edition at Mainstreet (L. Ebel)

Duchwood’s Let’s Make Lemonade MS (L. Fischer)

Lost Creek All Good Things (C. Myers/E. Myers)

Rally Ad B: Galewinns Kaycees Yankee Encore ML (D. Madge)

Countryroads Limited Edition at Mainstreet (L. Ebel)

Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube (S. Nies) Duchwood’s Let It Snow MS (L Fischer)

Rally Ad A: Jalyse’s Don’t Feed the Plants RL (L. Ebel)

Rally Intermediate: Raydachs Liewire Don’t Stop Beliv’N SW (J. Carlson)

Rally Nov. B: Sharpree’s Lightening (Bug) In A Bottle (S. McDonald)

Lost Creek Heart Is A Feather (C. Myers/E. Myers) Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart MS (A. Carter)

Rally Nov A: Carrig’s I Misread That (J Byrnes)

DCA National Obedience and Rally Results (Judge James Comunale): HIT was a lovely 194 out of the Novice B class.

HIT: Duchwood’s Let It Snow (L Fischer) 2nd HIT: Duchwood’s Let’s Make Lemonade (L. Fischer)

Open A: Duchwood’s Let’s Make Lemonade (L. Fischer)

Novice B: Duchwood’s Let It Snow (L. Fischer) Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart (A. Carter) Sharpree’s Lightening (Bug) In A Bottle (S. McDonald)

Beg. Novice B: Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart MS (A. Carter)

DCA Rally (Judge C. Mielziner): High Scoring Double and Triple: Countryroads Limited Edition At Mainstreet (Lauren Ebel)

Master: Lost Creek All Good Things (C. Myers/E. Myers) Countryroads Limited Edition At Mainstreet (Lauren Ebel)

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Excellent B Countryroads Limited Edition At Mainstreet (L. Ebel)

Sharpree’s Don’ Make Me Light Ma’ Butt! (S. McDonald)

Duchwood’s Let’s Make Lemonde (L. Fischer)

Advanced B Galewinns Keycees Yankee Encore ML (D. Madge)

Countryroads Limited Edition At Mainstreet (L. Ebel)

Duchwood’s Let It Snow (L. Fischer)

Lost Creek All Good Things (C. Myers/E. Myers)

Advanced A Jalyse’s Don’t Feed the Plants (L. Ebel)

Intermediate Raydachs Livewire Don’T Stop Belive’N SW (J. Carlson)

NB

Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart MS (A. Carter) Sharpree’s Lightening (Bug) In A Bottle (S. McDonald)

Lost Creek Heart is A Feather (C. Myers/E. Myers)

NA

Carrig’s I Misread That (Julia Byrne)

At the DCA banquet, the Top 10 Obedience Dogs from 2021 were announced. See page 77. The top 10 is based on the First and Foremost point system. Congratulations to all!

Dachshund Club Of America National Agility Trial

Dachshunds of all sizes, coats, colors and patterns gathered at Purina Farms for the annual National Agility Trial. The air outside was hot, but the air inside tempered and cool! The grass outside was wet from rain, but the grass inside was lovely dry turf! Purina Farms is always a terrific agility site for our dachshunds. It is one of my personal favorite venues!

The dachshund athletes came ready to compete. From the Novice exhibitor making their agility debut to the experienced Master level seasoned competitors, each team arrived with heart and drive and determination. Their athletic prowess did not disappoint! Fun and fast courses paired with competitor camaraderie completed the exciting atmosphere.

Meghan Mills traveled 8 hours one-way from Alabama to attend the Agility trial with her two dachshunds, Dawli and Daphne. “DCA agility this year was our 1st trip to Purina Farms and we had a blast!” Meghan is an experienced competitor and it showed as she and her dachshunds won 3 of the 4 High in Trial awards in 8˝ JWW and Standard plus 4˝ JWW. “The carpeted surface was perfect for fast and fun running and it was wondrously air conditioned. The best part was hanging out with all of our

human and weiner friends we hadn’t seen since before the pandemic!”

Sara Zislin traveled from New Jersey with her dachshunds Nova and Priest. Nova was the winner of the 4˝ Standard High in Trial. “Nova and Priest and I had a fabulous time at the DCA agility trial! The judge was lovely and had great courses! It was wonderful to see a junior handler this year too!”

While Meghan and Sara are seasoned national competitors, there were many teams on the rise in their athletic careers. I witnessed teams that were speedy, agile, and came oh-so-close to qualifying. Keep working hard, stay conditioned, and persevere! We’ll be watching for those dachshunds next year at DCA 2023 National Agility Trial at Purina Farms!

The dachshund competitors thank Trial Chair Lora Megli, Trial Secretary Theresa Corcoran, and the DCA Trial Committee led by Denny Van Hook. Thanks to all the competitors who helped build courses and stepped up as ring crew! It takes a spirited team to run an agility trial!

Below are the results from the trial.

Congratulations!

High in Trial:

8˝ JW: MACH Dawli Liza “Glory” MillsMacdonald (M. Mills)

8˝ Standard: MACH Dawli Liza “Glory” MillsMacDonald (M. Mills)

4˝ JWW Preferred: PACH4 Daphne Lauren MillsMacDonald (M. Mills)

4˝ Standard Preferred: PACH Re:Joyce New Star SW (S. Zislin)

Agility Standard 8˝ Novice B

1st Galewinns Gold Digger (P. Gale / S. Gale)

2nd CH Original Be-Long To Galewinns (P. Gale / S .Jonsrud)

Open

1st DC Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube (S, Nies)

Excellent A - No Qualifiers

Master

1st MACH Dawli Liza “Glory” Mills-Macdonald (M .Mills)

2nd DC Keyswon Mr Smidgen of Widgeon (L. Keys)

3rd GCH CH Obsession’s Man for all Seasons SL (D. Van Hook)

4th Little Hunter’s Gone Platinum ML (W. Halverson)

Agility Standard 4˝ Novice

1st FC Jalyse’s Don’T Feed the Plants (L. Ebel)

Open

1st FC Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart MS (A. Carter)

Excellent - No Qualifiers

Master

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2nd PACH4 Daphne Lauren Mills-MacDonald (M. Mills)

3rd MACH5 Emmett Oliver (W. Halverson)

4th PACH OC’s Ms All Dressed in Red MS (L. Keys / R. LaFrance)

FC PACH Harlequinn Jalyse’s Pandora Vdominos ML (J. Sexton) GCH CH Obsession’s No Strings Attached SL (D. Van Hook)

Jumpers With Weaves 8˝

Novice - No Qualifiers

Open - No Qualifiers

Excellent A - No Qualifiers

Master

1st MACH Dawli Liza “Glory” Mills-Macdonald (M. Mills)

Jumpers With Weaves 4˝

Novice

1st FC Jalyse’s Don’T Feed the Plants (L. Ebel)

2nd FC Cedarhurst Justa Chance MLP (J. Jasinsky/K. Johnson)

Open - No Qualifiers

Excellent A - No Qualifiers

Master

1st PACH4 Daphne Lauren Mills-MacDonald (M. Mills)

2nd Re:Joyce in the Name of the Rose Von Asgaard SW (S. Zislin/I. Virgin/D. Parker)

3rd FC PACH Harlequinn Jalyse’s Pandora Vdominos ML (J. Sexton)

4th MACH5 Emmett Oliver (W. Halverson) PACH OC’s Ms All Dressed in Red MS (L. Keys / R. LaFrance)

Time 2 Beat 8˝

1st GCH CH Obsession’s Man for all Seasons SL (D. Van Hook)

Time 2 Beat 4˝

1st MACH5 Emmett Oliver (W. Halverson)

FAST 8˝

Novice

1st GCHB CH Brodny Dollidachs High Society at Wildcard (R. Fritz/M. Fritz/K. Fritz/ F. Vogel)

Open

1st Little Hunter’s Gone Platinum ML (W. Halverson)

Excellent A - No Qualifiers

Master

1st GCH CH Obsession’s Man for all Seasons SL (D. Van Hook)

FAST 4˝

Novice

1st MACH5 Emmett Oliver (W. Halverson)

2nd FC Jalyse’s Don’T Feed the Plants (L. Ebel)

Excellent A

1st PACH Re:Joyce New Star SW (S. Zislin)

2nd FC Duchwood’s Tipsy Tart MS (A. Carter)

Master

1st FC PACH Harlequinn Jalyse’s Pandora Vdominos ML (J. Sexton)

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DCA 2022 Tracking Test

The DCA 2022 National Tracking Test was held on Sunday, May 8, 2022, at the Sullivan County Fairgrounds in Sullivan, MO. Although it poured down rain for 3 days immediately before the test, we were thrilled to see temperatures reach into the high 60s-low 70s with no rain on test day, albeit quite breezy.

We were very happy that the test filled: There were 2 TDU tracking teams, 4 TD tracking teams and 3 TDX tracking teams. Six of the nine teams were dachshund entries! Unfortunately, there were no passes in the TDU. But both dogs did an amazing job and will certainly be passing a TDU the next time they run.

There was 1 pass in the TD test. The new TD was OTCH Ragin’s Red Velvet @Heelalong MX, AXJ, XF, UDX3 (a female border collie and honorary long-legged standard longhaired piebald) owned by Kay Guetzloff. She was bred by Joanne and Kevin Doucet and is out of GCH Cyclone’s Luck O’ the Irish UDX x Sealite Ragin’s High Society (DN48203803 DOB12/18/2016). Congrats on a great run!

There was 1 pass in the TDX. This pass made “Hermione” a new Tracking Champion: CT Hathor Farm’s Lucknow Mischief Managed MW TD VST BCAT. Hermione is owned by Stephany Monteleone and was bred by Jean Dieden. She is a miniature wirehair dachshund out of GCHP3 Leoralees Lets Boogie with Barstool MW x CH Hathor Farm’s Hibiscus MW (HP63054202 DOB 2/7/2021). A HUGE congratulation goes out to this awesome team!

As with all DCA events, it takes an army of volunteers to make events successful, and this year was no exception. So, a very special thank you goes out to the following dedicated, hard working individuals who made our DCA National Tracking Test run smoothly with some very special successes:

• Ulysses James and Carla Ogert for judging at our test

• Sandy Arnold for hospitality

• Becky McLusky for being Secretary for the event

• MA Klein for being chief tracklayer and getting everyone to the right place at the right time

• Members of the Gateway Tracking Club who allowed us to use their equipment and who helped lay tracks

• And EVERYONE who volunteered to lay tracks and attend to the countless details that made this event a successful one!

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TOP PRODUCERS 2021

The TOP PRODUCERS FOR 2021 are listed below. Any male who sired FIVE or more get and any female who whelped THREE or more get is included. This list is compiled from the AKC AWARDS PUBLICATION. Those dogs that completed their championship from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021 are listed.

The first number after each name indicates the date the championship was completed. The second, the month that name was published. This information will assist you when applying for REGISTER OF MERIT.

For example:

DC Dorae Play The Game V Corrbelle 1/9/21 3/21

The dog completed championship requirements on January 9, 2021 and was published in the third month. (March)

LONGHAIR MALE

CH GRANDGABLES THORNY THICKET ML

DC Dorae Play The Game V Corrbelle 1/9/21 3/21

CH Sleepytime’s Crown Jewel ML 3/11/21 5/21

CH Sleepytime’s Speak To The Sky ML 3/12/21 5/21

CH Dorae’s Tickled Pink V Corrbelle 3/20/21 5/21

CH Corrbelle’s Eye Candy V Dorae 6/11/21 8/21

CH Dorae’s Heads I Win V Corrbelle 8/8/21 10/21

CH Sleepytime’s Mistress Of The Manor ML 9/6/21 11/21

CH Sleepytime’s Constable Wilson ML 10/9/21 12/21

CH Sleepytime’s Lord Of The Rings ML 11/12/21 1/22

GCHP BROWNWOOD RT’S PEACE ON EARTH

CH Harewood Royall T’s French Toast For Mis Tee 3/11/21 5/21

CH Royall T’s Goodness And Mercy @ Luckydox SL 3/7/21 5/21

CH Harewood Royall T’s Honey Pie SL 4/15/21 6/21

CH Royall T’s Mercy Street @ Luckydox SL 4/10/21 6/21

CH Royall T’s Mercy Reigns @ Luckydox SL 6/26/21 8/21

GCH HUNDERBAR HUNDELEBEN DRUID’S FLUID SL

CH Hundeleben Perfect Wink SL 6/4/21 8/21

CH Hundeleben Pistolera SL 8/14/21 10/21

CH Hundeleben Prasidant SL CGC TKN 8/13/21 10/21

CH Hundeleben Puff Puff Pass SL 8/27/21 10/21

CH Hundeleben Quicker Picker Upper SL 8/15/21 10/21

LONGHAIR FEMALE

CH HUNDELEBEN DANCING QUEEN SL

CH Hundeleben Perfect Wink SL

6/4/21 8/21

CH Hundelegen Pistolera SL 8/14/21 10/2

CH Hundeleben Prasidant SL CGC TKN 8/13/21 10/21

CH Hundeleben Puff Puff Pass SL 8/27/21 10/21

CH Hundeleben Quicker Picker Upper SL 8/15/21 10/21

GCHB BROWNWOOD RT’S STREAMS OF MERCY SL

CH Royall T’s Goodness And Mercy @ Luckydox SL 3/7/21 5/21

CH Royall T’s Mercy Street @ Luckydox SL 4/10/21 6/21

CH Royall T’s Mercy Reigns @ Luckydox SL 6/26/21 8/21

CH Royall T’s Rich In Mercy SL 9/17/21 11/21

GCH DORAE’S HEAD OVER HEELS V CORRBELLE

DC Dorae’s Play The Game V Corrbelle 1/9/21 3/21

CH Dorae’s Tickled Pink V Corrbelle 3/20/21 5/21

CH Corrbelle’s Eye Candy V Dorae 6/11/21 8/21

CH Dorae’s Heads I Win V Corrbelle 8/8/21 8/21

GCH GALEWINNS KAYCEES FOUR QUEENS MLD

CH Galewinns Piazza Sophia 1/22/21 3/21

CH Galewinns Piazza Tres Vie 5/28/21 7/21

CH Galewinns Punk Rock Star 9/5/21 11/21

CH Galewinns Shining Star 9/6/21 11/21

GCH MCROB’S GOBBLE GOBBLE YOU UP

CH Mcrobs Scooby Delicious 2/28/21 4/21

CH Mcrobs Scooby-Dooby Doo 2/7/21 4/21

CH Mcrobs Scappy Doo 4/14/21 6/21

CH Mcrobs Lemme At Em! 9/25/21 11/21

GCH TELKEL QUEST FOR GLORY SL

CH Jaegerhof’s Old Tyme Silver Dollars 4/25/21 6/21

CH Jaegerhof’s Timeless SL 7/2/21 9/21

CH Jaegerhof’s Timeless In Motion SL 10/29/21 12/21

CH Jaegerhof v Setser One Sip At A Time 10/31/21 12/21

CH. BURDACHS JOY RIDE ML

CH Tomcats Burdachs Silver Belle MLD 1/16/21 3/21

CH Burdachs Hey Look Ma I Made It ML 7/18/21 9/21

CH Burdachs American Scandal ML 9/10/21 11/21

CH. KENMAR’S CIRCLE OF LIFE LANDD MLD

CH Kenmar’s Here Comes The Rain Again Landd 6/25/21 8/21

CH Landd Don’T Forget The Cranberries Kenmar 6/20/21 8/21

CH Landd Against The Wind Kenmar 8/21/21 10/21

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CH. SLEEPYTIME’S SANDACHS SOUTHERN CHARM ML

CH Sleepytime’s Mistress Of The Manor ML 9/6/21 11/21

CH Sleepytime’s Constable Wilson ML 10/9/21 12/21

CH Sleepytime’s Lord Of The Rings ML 11/12/21 1/22

CH. SPLENDOR FARM ENTERTAINING THE ANGELS SL

CH Splendor Farm Skating At The Rijks 3/6/21 5/21

CH Splendor Farm Founding Fathers United We Stand SL 6/5/21 8/21

CH Splendor Farm The Magic Of Rembrandt 6/13/21 8/21

GCH DC STARDUST’S GOOD LUCK CHARM RN NJP RATN

DC Stardust A Sky Full Of Stars RI OJP CGC 7/3/21 9/21

CH Stardust Swinging On A Star 7/31/21 9/21

CH Stardust We’ll Be Counting Stars 7/25/21 9/21

GCH STOLZ FIRE LADY V SYRINGA SL

CH Stolz Touch Of Class V Syringa SL 1/14/21 3/21

CH Stolz Jump For Joy V Syringa SL 4/2/21 6/21

CH Stolz Sassy Cindy V Syringa SL 12/11/21 2/22

SMOOTH MALE

GCH DC DUCHWOOD’S BRIDGESTONE MS II

CH Duchwood’s Time Passages MS 1/16/21 3/21

CH Duchwood’s Marmalade MSP 2/19/21 4/21

CH Duchwood’s Mack The Knife MS 4/4/21 6/21

CH Duchwood’s When Girls Talk Boys MS 5/16/21 7/21

CH Duchwood’s Seasons In The Sun MS 8/6/21 10/21

CH Duchwood’s Kleine Kasia MS 8/20/21 10/21

CH Duchwood’s Therein Lies The Hunter MS 8/15/21 10/21

GCH CRISCROSS DARK WIZARD MS

CH Baldox Bonds Secret Weapon MS 1/20/21 3/21

CH Baldox Not Afraid MS 3/31/21 5/21

CH Baldox Kimbers Crimson Carry MS 4/29/21 6/21

CH Baldox Nailed It MS 7/18/21 9/21

CH Baldox Locked N Loaded MS 8/20/21 10/21

CH Baldox Tough As Nails MS 10/24/21 12/21

GCH PASSPORT IT’S ALL IN HOW YOU SAY IT SS

CH Passport thisisthebestdayever SS 1/15/21 3/21

CH Passport I Wish You Would SS 7/31/21 9/21

CH Passport Harmony Now You Get The Girl SS 8/22/21 10/21

CH Passport I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink SS 9/26/21 11/21

CH Passport I Forgot My Lines Sala SS 10/21/21 12/21

CH Passport Solina But It’s Sooo Shiny SS CGC TKN 11/12/21 1/22

GCHB BESSDACH MASTER MASERATI

CH Silverado Master Mclaren SS 1/10/21 3/21

CH Bessdach Manic Monday 5/28/21 7/21

CH Silverado Miss Mercedes SS 5/15/21 7/21

CH Bessdach Ruby Tuesday 6/4/21 8/21

CH Silverado Miss Miata SS 11/20/21 1/22

CH DAXIE NOSTRA FAVORITO

CH Newberry’s Dont Stimie Me MS 9/17/21 11/21

CH Shawdox Back As A Rockin’ Robin MS 9/3/21 11/21

CH Shawdox A Diamond In The Rough MS 11/13/21 1/22

CH Hashtag La Chilindrina 12/11/21 2/22

CH Shawdox The Hope Diamond MS 12/5/21 2/22

GCHB LUCENE’S TREASURE CHEST

CH Lucene’s Kailua-Kona 4/23/21 6/21

CH Kachina Kochana Coco Crisp V Lucene 5/16/21 7/21

CH Kachina Kochana Phantom Of Tollinwood 9/25/21 11/21

CH Lucene’s Stormy Daniels 9/21/21 11/21

CH Midernoch Back To Black 12/2/21 12/21

SMOOTH FEMALE

BALDOX BORN TO SHINE

CH Baldox Bonds Secret Weapon MS 1/20/21 3/21

CH Baldox Kimbers Crimson Carry MS 4/29/21 6/21

CH Baldox Nailed It MS 7/18/21 9/21

CH Baldox Locked N Loaded MS 8/1/21 10/21

CH Baldox Tough As Nails MS 10/24/21 12/21

GCHB PASSPORT EVERYTHING AT ONCE SS

CH Dublin Creek High Rolling Hooligan 1/21/21 3/21

CH Dublin Creek’s Sweet Shenanigans At Passport 1/17/21 3/21

CH Passport Harmony How You Get The Girl SS 8/22/21 10/21

CH Passport I’ll Just Stay Here and Drink SS 9/26/21 11/21

FC DUCHWOOD’S ENCHANTED LIGHT MS

CH Duchwood’s Time Passages MS 1/16/21 3/21

CH Duchwood’s When Girls Talk Boys MS 5/16/21 7/21

CH Duchwood’s Therin Lies The Hunter MS 6/15/21 8/21

CH FROM REDTECKEL STORY DIAMOND RING

CH Shawdox A Diamond In The Rough MS 11/13/21 1/22

CH Hashtag La Chilindrina 12/11/21 2/22

CH Shawdox The Hope Diamond MsS 12/5/21 2/22

DC KINDERTECKEL’S THE DARK SIDE

CH Kinderteckel’s Inglenook 5/2/21 7/21

CH Kinderteckel’s Army Of One 8/15/21 10/21

CH Kinderteckel’s Double Dutch 10/9/21 12/21

GCH KOCHANA’S HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL

CH Kachina Kochana Coco Crisp V Lucene 5/16/21 7/21

CH Kachina Kochana Déjà Vu All Over Again V Lucene SS 9/12/21 11/21

CH Kachina Kochana Phantom Of Tollinwood 9/25/21 11/21

CH. KURZEBEINE MS DEPEND CALIFORNIA DREAM

CH Bendon’s The Ancient One @ Bacchanal MS 3/11/21 5/21

CH Sunrise-Xo Bendon I Wanna Rock MS 3/6/21 5/21

CH Bendon’s N Winelight Spice Girl MS 9/23/21 11/21

CH. R’HILLS I WANNA TALK ABOUT ME AT B’HAVEN MS

CH B’Haven Front Page News MS 3/21/21 5/21

CH Behaven Primed And Reddy MS 3/26/21 5/21

CH B’Haven Sabin Says Keep It Real 4/15/21 6/21

GCH SPELLBOUNDS WIND CHILL

CH Spellbounds Shades Of Blue 3/21/21 5/21

CH Spellbounds Tangled Up In Blue JE CGC 5/15/21 7/21

CH Spellbounds Mr. Blue Sky 6/20/21 8/21

CH. WESTWOLF A MAJOR Q T PI SS

CH Silverado Master Mclaren SS 1/10/21 3/21

CH Silverado Miss Mercedes SS 5/15/21 7/21

CH Silverado Miss Miata SS 11/20/21 1/22

WIREHAIR MALE

GCHP LEORALEES BAYWATCH MW

CH Vschwalbes Bumper Car MW 1/10/21 3/21

CH Vschwalbes Lifes A Merry Go Round

At HuberDachs 3/12/21 5/21

CH Vschwalbes Ferris Wheel At Brownwood MW 3/31/21 5/21

CH Leoralees Hurricane Boogie With Barstool MW 8/14/21 10/21

CH Leoralees I Love Lucy MW 8/15/21 10/21

CH Vschwalbes Red Candied Apple At Crimson MW 10/16/21 11/21

CH Leoralees Sons Of Anarchy MW 11/18/21 1/22

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GCHS ICON’S I’M UNDER THE INFLUENCE YERNOT W

CH Willowood-Sandale Under the Influence 1/16/21 3/21

CH Willowood-Sandale I Put A Spell On You 4/29/21 6/21

CH Willowood-Sandale’s Influence V Hudson 4/3/21 6/21

CH Willowood-Sandale Spring Peeper 6/4/21 8/21

CH Willowood-Sandale Tarabon Party Of One 7/3/21 9/21

CH Willowood-Sandale Snap the Whip 10/2/21 12/21

WIREHAIR FEMALE

GCHB DC MOONLIGHT’S DUSKY SPRITE UMBRIEL MW CGC

CH Moonlight’s King Of My Heart W 4/2/21 6/21

CH Moonlight’s Valentine Queen W 4/4/21 6/21

CH Moonlight’s Summer Breeze With Vschwalbes MW 7/29/21 9/21

CH Moonlight’s Summer Nights W 7/4/21 9/21

CH Moonlight’s Summer Time W 7/3/21 9/21

GCH PASSPORT PLOT TWIST SW

CH Eb Dsw N Nouvelle Little Miss Sunshine SW 7/25/21 9/21

CH Nouvelle Hit Me With Your Best Shot SW 9/25/21 11/21

CH Nouvelle Kiss Me Deadly SW JE 10/6/21 12/21

CH Nouvelle Livin On A Prayer 11/21/21 1/22

CH Nouvelle Bring It On SW 12/12/21 2/22

DC NEUENRADE WIRE ME A WILLOW MW

DC Grd’s V Moonlight’s Bright N Bubbly Mercier MW 6/13/21 8/21

CH Grd’s V Moonlight’s Man In Tails MW 6/27/21 8/21

CH Grd’s V Moonlight’s When the Ball Drops MS 8/21/21 10/21

CH Grd’s V Moonlight’s Sharp Dressed Man MW BCAT 8/23/21 10/21

CH RAYDACHS HOT OFF THE PRESS V HAREWOOD SW

CH Harewood Swipe Right v Raydachs SW 5/7/21 7/21

CH Harewood No Filter Needed At Riverlook SW 6/27/21 8/21

CH Harewood Plug Me In SW 6/27/21 8/21

CH Harewood Just Google Me At Traeloch 9/25/21 11/21

GCHS DC VSCHWALBES PRINCESS LEIA MW

CH Vschwalbes Bumper Car MW 1/10/21 3/21

CH Vschwalbes Lifes A Merry Go Round At HuberDachs 3/12/21 5/21

CH Vschwalbes Ferris Wheel At Brownwood MW 3/31/21 5/21

CH Vschwalbes Red Candied Apple At Crimson MW 10/16/21 12/21

GCH WEINER WORKS’ ROSIE’S ROADHOUSE SWIFT, MW

CH Braeside’s Canyon Zion MW 4/10/21 6/21

CH Braesides Canyon Havasu MW 10/16/21 12/21

CH Braesides African Massai Mara V Wildwood MW 11/26/21 1/22

CH Braesides Bryce Canyon V Weiner Works MW 11/7/21 1/22

GCH DOLLIDACHS SILVER SKY W

CH Dollidachs Peacemaker W 6/11/21 8/21

CH Dollidachs Enchantress W 7/11/21 9/21

CH Dollidachs I Need A Gangsta SW 7/10/21 9/21

HUNU THE THRILL OF IT ALL MW

CH Hunu Double Entendre @ Newdox MW 3/11/21 5/11

CH Hunu Double Or Nothing MW 4/25/21 6/21

CH Hunu Bold Move MW 6/5/21 8/21

CH LEGIBACH DOUBLE THE LOVE SW

CH Watermark Whisk It To Get The Biscuit V. Legibach 5/4/21 7/21

CH Watermark Seasoned Sausage V. Legibach 7/30/21 9/21

CH Watermark The Secrets In The Sauce V. Legibach 7/30/21 9/21

CH MEADOWOOD’S HOT PINK AT SANDALE

CH Willowood-Sandale Under The Influence 1/16/21 3/21

CH Willowood-Sandale’s Influence V Hudson 4/3/21 6/21

CH Willowood-Sandale Snap The Whip 10/2/21 12/21

CH ROUNDABOUT RECLAIMING MY TIME

CH Roundabout First Lady 6/10/21 8/21

CH Roundabout Madam Speaker 6/20/21 8/21

CH Roundabout Man Of Mystery 9/3/21 11/21

CH STONE VALLEY’S I’VE GOT A NAME MW

CH Eastwinds Pinkaboo MW 5/30/21 7/21

CH Labar’s Midnight Train From Eastwind 6/19/21 8/21

CH Eastwind’s Whatever Lola Wants MW 11/6/21 1/22

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Top Ten Owner Handled Conformation Dachshunds

Top Ten Smooth

1. GCHS Beachside Dox Meet Me In Margaritaville MS

Cliff Ramos & Walter D. Cunningham

2. GCHG Dynadaux Lookin At A Good Man Now MS Gary Cathey & Cyndy Senff

3. GCH DC KFW Benitoite In The Sky With Diamonds MS RN RDC CA BCAT CGC TKN ATT Dr. Michelle Anne Kutsler, Connor John Kutzler & Colleen Jessica Kutzler

3. GCHB Turningpt Tony Two Bags First Knock Of The Night Margaret H. Ricks & Randy Eltringham

5. GCHB Hialeah’s Two-Timing Harlot Steven Garza

6. GCHB Silverado Miss Mercedes SS Janice L. Warder & Colleen Skinner

Steve Rice

8. GCHB Royall T’s Mercy Mercy@Luckydox SL Lynn Tyler, Lucia Mitchell, Mrs. Madeline Peterson & Adam Peterson

8. GCHB Silverado Double Major Misbehavin LS Janice Warder & Gwen W. Wester

10. GCH Elysian Alpha Centauri V Pramada Koradox SL CGC TKN Nathaniel W. Sams, Donna R. Sams & Christina Hanneman

7. GCH Treslow’s Piper Von Jeeper’s Keepers CGC Dawn Gagola, Donna Taylor & Ann Wicks

8. CH Rose Gate @Antir Braav Black Diamond John Christian & MacKenzie Christian

8. GCH Winfields Such A Witch W Caldwell MS Brandon Winfield

10. GCH Silverado Master Mclaren SS Ms. Jeanie Wilson & Janice L. Warder

Top Ten Wirehair

1. GCHS DC Kadell’s OK Handsome Not Pretty W Cheryl Rueckert

2. GCHP Wiretaps Life Is A Highway Jim Alan Wirries & Patty Wirries

3. GCHB Briarside Maxwell Smrt Leoralee Cliff Ramos, Marietta Singleton & Walter Cunningham

4. GCHG Bedrocs Sweet Red Candy FDC Robin Mathews

5. GCHS SUMMER HILL KING MAI TAI Jayson Rankin, John Fabelo, Daniel A. Fabelo & Jeanne Rankin

6. GCHB DC Shadow Ridges Border Bandit Poncho V SW TD CGC Karen A. Vallo

7. GCHS Tarlyn Piece Of My Heart Millenia Kurt, Diane Miller & Tara Krieger Hartman

8. GCHB Kaviroz Taste The Rainbow SW Kathy L. Zeckser & Allycia R. Bodine

9. GCH DC Vschwalbes Lifes A Merry Go Round At Huberdachs MW Matthew Hoover, Robert Schwalbe & Janet Schwalbe

10. GCHB Tarlyn’s Making An Impact MW Linda E. Holland, Michael Holland, Sandra Krieger & Tara Krieger

1. D’Parks Camo Glam Gabriella MSD UDX OM2 Rebecca Jagusch 2. Dominos I’m A Pretty Big Dill MWCP CDX RN Annette Sizemore 3. Duchwood’s Midnight In Paris MS CDX BN RN RATN Brenda Riemer 3. CH. Harlequin Pitch Perfect ML CD BN RN AXP AJP NFP CGC TKN Karen Sheiner 5. The Fonz Of Wyndox ML UD BN RE TDX ME Betsy Fortman 6. Hollyridge Flying Easter Bells ML CD RN TD CGC Norma Williams 6. Dreamcatcher Chances Are CD RN CGC Judy McGlothlin 8. TC Hathor Farm’s Lucknow My Chanel MW VCD3 RE TDU NA NAJ NF JE BCAT RATM CGC TKN Stephany Monteleone 8. GCH Galewinns Kaycees Yankee Encore ML CD BN RI THDN CGCA TKI Dawn Madge 10. CH Duchwood’s Let’s Make Lemonade MS VCD1 RA AX OAJ Linda Fischer 2021 Top Ten Obedience Dachshunds Compiled by Deneice Van Hook Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2022 79 continued on next page... Top Ten Longhair 1. Gchg Lockshire’s Someday I May SL Kathleen Lockyer & Thomas Lockyer 2. GCHS DC Dorae Spread Your Wings V Corrbelle Rn Thdx Cgca Tkp Ken Hagmueller, Nancy Colson & Sandi Myers 3. GCHS Mcrobs Birthday Wish With A Pink Bow Mrs. Mary C. Boyle 4. GCHB Syringa & Riverwind Promise Not To Tell SL Katherine Schisel 5. GCHB Lekoll Bobbi Sharm Prospero Shirley Bastian & Jill Zeigler 6. GCHB Tarabon You Can Ring My Bell Kimberly Kwiatkowski & Carol Jean McKenney 7. GCH Von Lutz’s Stormbreaker By Reisbach
2021
Owner-Handled Systems Statistics Are Ranked From January 1, 2021 Through December 31, 2021

Top

TOP TEN LONGHAIR

1. GCHP2 Brownwood Rt’s Peace On Earth SL CGC Lynn Tyler, Madeline Peterson & R. Tyler

2. GCHG Pramada Koradox Impossible Dream Alii SL T. Childers, Margaret Peat & Tom Sikora

3. GCHG Lockshire’s Someday I May SL Kathleen & Thomas Lockyer

4. GCHP DIKERDACHS LION Valerie Diker

5. GCHG Leoralees Jbs Heaven Is For Real L Marietta Singleton, Jyl Scott & Ann Kraft

6. GCHG Mt Sleepy Hollow September In The Rain Meredith Taylor

7. GCHP Mayapple It Wasn’t Me Kim Haupt

8. GCHS Mcrobs Birthday Wish With A Pink Bow Mary Boyle

9. GCHB Hundeleben Knock Knock, Who’s There, SL Jeane Haverick & K. Gonzelaz

10. GCHS Stardust N Windrose Ucandu Magic SL A. Markoff

Conformation Dachshunds

TOP TEN SMOOTH

1. GCHP Bessdach Sahara Sarah Gary, Letty Guidry & Marina Lara

2. GCHG Bessdach Princess Of Power Leslie Davis

3. GCHG Trakehndachs Roccia Sunrose XO Valerio H. Colon, Patricia Guthrie & J. Fagervik

4. GCHS Kachina Kochana Coco Crisp V Lucene Mimi Dekker & Diane Poranski

5. GCHB Passport I Want To Know What You’re Thinking SS C. Arrowood, Arvind DeBraganca & Joyce DeBraganca

6. GCHP Kochana’s Deja Vu II CGC TKN Diane Poranski

7. GCHS Tudorglen V Brendackel Schwarzwalder Kischtorte MS Terry Carr-Hall & Brenda Gardner

8. GCHS Beachside Dox Meet Me In Margaritaville MS Cliff Ramos & Walter Cunningham

9. GCHB Brownwood Queen V Diagram SS Jerry Cerasini, Roger Brown & Dianne Graham

10. GCHG Fusions Incahoots Platinum Jimi Johns Freaky Fast Amy Cotteleer & R. Cotteleer

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TOP TEN WIREHAIR

1. GCHP2 Leoralees Lets Boogie With Barstool MW Marietta Singleton, Robbie Addison & Michael Tipple

2. GCHG Kadell’s Bean Boozled W Laura Reynolds, Catlin Cahill & James Cahill

3. GCHS Daybreak’s Country Kisses W Deborah Krieg & Amanda Ferris

4. GCHS J-Walk’s V Woldorf’s Unforgetable Fire Steve Wolden

5. GCHS Willowood-Sandale Get This Show On The Road Dale Tarbox & Donna Maloney

6. GCHB DC Robinwoods Aim To Be Awesome W Cindy Niles

7. GCHP Wiretaps Life Is A Highway Jim Alan Wirries & Patty Wirries

8. GCHB Watermark The Secrets In The Sauce V Legibach SW Tyler Mills, Joseph Metheney & Billy Gorodner

9. GCHG Usonia’s Cherokee Maiden V Lowdown BCAT Theresa Lancaster Barbara Waldkirch & Joan Eversole

10. GCHS Tarlyn Piece Of My Heart Millenia Kurt Miller & Tara Krieger Hartman

GCH DC Daybreak’s Blast Of Blossoms W RI FDC SCN SIN SEN CGC TKN Patricia Madsen & Deborah Krieg

TC MACH5 PACH RACH Sharpree’s Imagine That! VCD2 UD RM3 RAE2 MXB2 MJB2 MXP3 MXPB MJPB PAX OF T2B SE CGC Sharon McDonald

CH Rideout’s Rio Of Cedar Hills BN RN AXP OJP SWA SCE CGC Alberta Allen & Judi Rideout

Stardox

ML TD AXP MJP XFP CGC TKA (Conformation and Field Pointed) Alice Moyer & Phil Kirby

DC Stardust A Sky Full Of Stars RA OJP CGC TKN Mrs. Anne M. Schmidt

GCH DC Briardach’s Lady Liberty Landd BN RI NAP NJP ACT2 CGC TKA Karen L. Jones & Monika Martin

CH Willow Springs Fiona RA TD FDC BCAT SBN THDN CGCA CGCU TKN ATT Cyndi Branch and Anne Rosenberg

GCH Nicanna’s Paper Moon SL RI SE CAA FCAT RATO CGCA CGCU TKI Catherine W. & Eric Walker & Cheri White

DC Credere’s Gunnery Sergeant Windspirit JE SCN SIN RATS CGC Charles H Snider

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(Compiled from AKC Official Ranking) BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX NUMBERS ARE INCLUDED IN THE RANKINGS OF LONG, SMOOTH AND WIRE CONFORMATION AWARDS. 2021 Versatility Awards Compiled by Sharon McDonald GOLD Canyon’s Red Hot Chili Pepper CD RE OA OAJ NF SWE SCM SHDN CGC TKN (conformation pointed) Cris Baldwin CH Willow Springs Ev-Ry Sly Fox RE TD FDC NJP CA DCAT SCN SEN SBN THDN CGCA CGCU TKN Dr. Anne Rosenberg GCH Willow Springs Island Breeze MW CD TD BN RA FDC NJP BCAT SWN THDX RATN CGCA CGCU TKI Anne Rosenberg & Cyndi Branch GCH DC Hathor Farm’s Hobson’s Choice SW FDC ME SIN CGC TKN ATT Robert N. LaBerge & Gail A. LaBerge
Beldach’s Terra Tavernier RI NAP NJP SE CGC Mrs. Constance (Connie) Fisher & Gary R Fisher GCH Caroussell Leopold Von Aschenbach RI FDC NJP JE SCN CGC TKN Laurie Ermentrout
DC Bonnfel’s Spirit Dream Unites Us RN SCN SEN CGC Carolyn Menges & Keith Menges DC Sausage Stables V Setser Kimber SL JE SWA SCE SIE SEE SHDN CGC Carol Menges
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Holman

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Dachshund Club of America Autumn 2022 81 1. MACH3 Teamist Rouge V Dorndorf L TD MXS MJS CA FCAT Maxine Brinker 2. Entourage Peridot MX MXJ XF Suzanne Storey & Mary Ann Rauch 3. MACH Leonard’s Bella MXF ACT1 TKN Joanne Leonard 4. Stella Bella BN RA MX MXJ MXF CGC Sally Murray 5. CH PACH2 Bonaire’s Eeny Meeny Mo RAE FDC NA OAJ MXP8 MXPG MJP11 MJPC PAX2 OF MFPS TQXP T2BP2 CGCA TKI Sally Waldie & Carole Krivanich 6. betterwthbutteronthdachside BN MX MXJ Nicole Vasilopoulos 7. TC Caristeda’s Dazzler Of Light CD RM3 RAE3 MX MXB MXJ MXP7 MXPS MJPB PAX OF XFP Terri
& Cheryl Holman DVM 8. PACH OC’S Ms All Dressed In Red MS CD RE FDC MXP3 MXPB MJP4 MJPB PAX XFP
CA DCAT ACT1 SWA
RATO
TKA Leslie Keys & Robin LaFrance 9. GCH Imperial Inch Vom Brendelstein CD BN RE MXP3 MXPB MJP3 MJPB OFP JE CGCA TKN Diana
10. FC Jaylse’s First Strike ML RN MX MXJ CGC Jamie Sexton & Dr. Meghan Mills continued on next page... 2021 Top Ten Agility Dachshunds Compiled by John Willmore 2021 DCA Top 20 Field Trial Merit Awards Rank Call Name Registered Name Owners Points Places 1 Keeva FC Keeva A Keleti Tuz JE CGC Sherry Ruggieri 346 18 2 Niya FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya CGC Sherry Ruggieri 333 20 3 Halo FC Longtime's Halo vom Nordlicht JE BCAT Cheri Faust and Larry Gohlke 244 16 4 Gunnie DC Credere's Gunnery Sergeant Windspirit JE RATS CGC Charlie Snider 238 15 5 Zeus FC Zeus von Moosbach-Zuzelek SW JE BCAT CGC TKN Cheri Faust 234 17 6 Kivaar FC Kivaar A Keleti Tuz JE CGC Sherry Ruggieri 232 16 7 Indy DC Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube CDX BN RI TDX NA NAJ ME BCAT DJ CGC TKA Shawn Nies 227 15 8 Tipsy FC Duchwood's Tipsy Tart MS NA NAJ OF ME EE2 Alice Carter 219 10 9 Keszito FC Keszito A Keleti Tuz CGC Sherry Ruggieri 201 13 10 Keo FC Hoppledach's Keokuk MS RN ME Pamala Hopkins 177 10 11 Pixie FC von Schatten Knight of Mischief Shawn Nies 146 7 12 Milo FC Longtime's Milo vom Nordlicht JE Rick & Jane Schwarz 145 8 13 KJ FC Katja A Keleti Tuz Stan Knoll 144 10 14 Ancho FC Ancho Chili von Gregston Pam Bethke 143 9 15 Bruno GCH DC Duchwood's When I Was Your Man MS JE Kathleen Johnson and Sandra Russell 137 8 16 Boomer FC Diddydox Mr. Big Lights Up the Sky v Hoppledachs TD JE CA Heidi Meyers 129 9 17 Benny FC Serenity's Jingle Bell Rock Kathleen Newman 126 7 18 Ham DC Jalyse's Hampshire Hound ML OA NAJ OF JE CGC Jamie Sexton 123 6 19 Jack FC Kolja A Keleti Tuz Laura Isaacson 118 7 20 Tara FC Doxikota Tarragon W Pam Bethke 114 6 20 Dottie GCH DC TownFarm A Splash of Water JE Michael Pitisci 114 5 DCA FIELD TRIAL MERIT AWARDS: DCA Membership requirements for Awards will be in accordance with current policy as determined by the DCA Board for DCA Merit Award Programs. Only those points earned for DCADCA FIELD TRIAL MERIT AWARDS: DCA Membership requirements for Awards will be in accordance with current policy as determined DCA Board for DCA Merit Award Programs. Only those points earned for placements in the Field Champion stakes at AKC licensed or member trials will count toward the DCA Field Trial Merit Awards. Points are tabulated using the Delaney System +1 for first through fourth place, based on the number of starters. In the case of ties, dogs will receive the same place award, with the next place(s) being
2021 Top Ten
1. Lillian Brock 2. Ava Hata 3. Sydney Wills 4. Johanna Green 5. Katelyn Meyers 5. Megan Hamilton 5. Lindsay Meyers 8. Brinley Barnes 9. Morgan Stone 10. Samantha Elliott

DACHSHUND CLUB OF AMERICA TOP PRODUCERS MERIT PROGRAM

Compiled by Ann Wlodkowski, this is the current list of Top Producers.

REGISTER OF MERIT (R.O.M.)

Dogs: Sire at least ten (10) champion get.

Bitches: Produce at least four (4) champions.

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

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

Bitches: Produce at least four (4) champions.

At least one (1) of these champions have achieved one of the qualitative requirements.

REGISTER OF MERIT OUTSTANDING

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

LONGHAIRED DOGS

CH B’S JAVELIN DE BAYARD Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller

CH BARKERVILLE ZEUS Std. Ted & Karen Brunner

CH BARTLES VON LINKS Std. Janet Wayock

CH BERMARG’S BOONDOX ADVENTURE L Std. Martha Grantham

CH BERMARG’S SHONEY OF BOONDOX L Barbara Powers Std.

CH BOONDOX PANAMA JACK Std. Dan Harrison

CH BOONDOX STING V KANAWHA L Std. Dan Harrison & Walter & Mary Jones

CH BRIARDACH’S UNCLE SAM Monika & Paul Martin Std.

Dual CH/CA/INT D AND D SIERRA SPIRIT V SHONEY CD, JE, CGC, VC Std. Diane & Don McCormack

CH GEROLF DAS ZWERGLEIN L Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller

CH GLENARRIF’S MAYBE YOU SHOULD KNOW Std. June Mann

CH GLENAVAN ACCLAIM ML Min. Mary Nie

CH GRANDGABLES THORNY THICKET ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

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

CH HAN-JO’S ULYSSIS L Std. Dr. Ingeborg Kremer

CH HAN-JO’S XTRA COPY L Std. Kenneth Andrews

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

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

CH INSIGHT RUMORHASIT AT PRAMADA Std. Margaret E. Peat & Paul D. Jarmin

CH INSIGHT’S VENI VIDI VICCI Std. Cynthia & Jake Geiser

(R.O.M.O.)

Dogs: Sire at least twenty (20) champion get.

At least four (4) of these champions have achieved one of the qualitative requirements.

Bitches: Produce at least eight (8) champions.

At least two (2) of these champions have achieved one of the qualitative requirements.

QUANTITATIVE REQUIREMENTS

Champions are considered to be A.K.C. confirmed conformation, field and obedience titles.

An individual dog may only count as one champion, even if a multiple title holder.

QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS

Group 1 at A.K.C. All-Breed Show.

BOV, BOB or BOS to Breed at a Specialty Show.

WD, WB, BOV, BOS at DCA Host Specialty Show.

WD, WB, BOV, BOS, Select Dog or Select Bitch, Award of Merit at a DCA National Specialty Show.

Absolute winner of a field trial. High in Trial at an AKC All-Breed Obedience Trial.

Dual CH LOSTDOG’S BLACK BART Std. Jennifer Holloway & Ruth Martucci & Dan Barnes

CH MOONDACHS ARAPAHOE Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

CH MIKLYN’S WINDJAMMER Min. Lynn Jabaut

CH PACKER’S BLACK GOLD ML Min. Darlene Carawan

CH ROBDACHS FAMILIAR STRANGER Std. Sanford & Patricia Roberts

CH ROBERT DE BAYARD Std. Mary Howell

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

CH SOLONG SQUIRE V’ BRISTLEKNOLL Std. Sidney Stafford

CH SOUVENIR OF WAGSMORE ML Min. Jeff & Karyn Dionne, Robert & Jean Burnett

CH WAGMORE’S CAPTIVATING ML Min. Jeff & Karyn Dionne

CH WAGSMORE’S LOW AND BEEHOLD ML Min. Jeff & Karyn Dionne

CH WALMAR’S CASANOVA Std. Polly Savage

CH WALMAR’S KODIAK V BOONDOX Std. Bob & Ann Wlodkowski

GCHP DC WALMAR-SOLO’S OMG SL Std. Kim Vidrine, Paula Carter, Dr. Theresa Nesbitt & Audrey White

CH WINDSONG CAUTION TO THE WIND Std. Lorene Hogan

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

LONGHAIRED BITCHES

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

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

CH BOONDOX UMBRA AU LIEBE L Std. Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

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

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

FC ELIYA’S BEAR WITNESS AT WILDERNESS Susan Jill Chidlow Min.

FC EM’S LANCER LOVE ML Min. Teddy Moritz

CH FLACHSHUNDS EXQUISITE ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH HAN-JO’S LOLLIPOP L Std. Bev Dodds

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

CH HAN-JO’S ZSA ZSA Std. Ron & Nancy Lockhart

CH INSIGHT’S TANTRUMS ‘N TIARAS Std. Cynthia & Jake Geiser

GCH JARBSY’S MAMA MIA Std. Sandy Arnold

CH KAYCEES GALEWINNS ALL REVVED UP MLD Min. John & Terrilynn Carlson

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

CH MANNEQUIN’S CANDI BAR L Std. Carol Spritzer & Walter & Mary Jones

CH PRAMADA’S SHE’S SO CALIFORNIA AT KORADOX L Std. Tom Sikora & Margaret Peat

GCH RIVERWIND A PROMISE KEPT L Std. Katherine Schisel, Nancy & Mark Eby

ROSE FARMS BLACKBERRY BUFF L Std. Dan Harrison & Dorothy Hutchinson

CH ROSE FARMS DELILAH V BOONDOX Std. Dee Hutchinson

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

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

CH SAUSAGE STABLES DEJAVU MOCHA SE Std. Miki Perry

CH SAUSAGE STABLES KARA ANN Std. Gale Yamaguch

CH SLEEPYTIME’S EXCLUSIVE ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH SLEEPYTIME’S FREE SPIRIT ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

FC STARDUST ONE WAY OR ANOTHER JE RA Std. Anne Schmidt

CH SUNSPUN SCANDAL SHEET Std. Bruce & Vicki Walsh

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

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

CH TWELFTH NIGHT STAR SAPPHIRE L Std. Anne & Catherine Carson

WAGSMORE’S ROYAL TRADITION ML Min. Jeff & Karyn Dionne

CH VONGAYS

PORSCHE CAYENNE SL Std. Gail and Von Richards

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

Dual CH BARON VON SKAER JE, CGC, VC Std. Barbara Skaer & Anne Schmidt

CH BAYARD LE CARDINAL Std. Helen Engle

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

CH BOONDOX FORREST GUMP L Std. Walter & Mary Jones & Dan Harrison

CH BOONDOX POLO L Std. Dan Harrison

CH BOONDOX YORKTOWN L Std. Dan Harrison & Maggie Peat

CH BRIARDACH’S BAZOOKA Std. Monika & Paul Martin

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

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

DC DACHAVEN PONY Std. EXPRESS O’SIDDACHS Alan James

GCHB DACHSHALOTT DAPPLE LEGACY Std. Tom Sikora & Margaret Peat

CH FLACHSHUND’S REMBRANDT L Std. Dianne H. Pickard

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

CH GLENAVAN Min. ANTICIPATION ML Mary Olich Nie

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

CH HAN-JO’S CANDYMAN L Std. Bev Dodds

CH INSIGHT’S OH DO BEHAVE Std. Dr. Mary Bohach

Dual CH IVIC’S INDELIBLE INK, UDX, CG, ME, VC Std. Andrea Baltes

CH KARLEW’S TRITON Std. Marjorie Lewis

CH KAYCEE’S GALEWINNS STARBURST AT WAGSMORE MLD Min. Karyn & Jeff Dionne

CH KEMPER DACHS BAD HABITS Std. Charles Baris & John Hart

CH LOSTDOG BLACKJACK Std. Miki Perry & Karen Purcell

CH MANORVILLE’S REPEAT COPY L Std. V. Jeanne Kappler

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

CH SLEEPY HOLLOW’S MAJESTIC L Std. Bob & Ann Wlodkowski

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

CH SLEEPYTIME’S FRANCHISE ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH SLEEPYTIME’S HIGHLY SPICED ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH SLEEPYTIME’S LEGACY ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH SLEEPYTIME’S OHIO EXPRESS ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH SUNSPUN FACE OF AN ANGEL Std. Clay Tedeschi & Vicki Walsh

CH TAPFERHAUS STENCIL L Std. V. Jeanne Kappler

CH TIMBAR’S HEDLEY LAMAR Std. Janet Wayock

CH VESHUND’S ELF ML Min. Mary Olich Nie

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

CH VON DYCK’S MR. BOJANGLES L Std. Dr. Helen Tiahrt

CH WAGSMORE’S ORANGE CRUSH ML Min. Karyn & Jeff Dionne

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

CH WALMAR’S QUO VADIS Std. Walter & Mary Jones

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

LONGHAIRED BITCHES

CH ACKLAIM’S CAN’T TOUCH THIS ML Min. Shan Jumper

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

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

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

CH ARIMICH’S ANNATTA V MOONDACHS Std. Jan & Kevin Schirmer

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

CH AVIANCES INDIAN RIVER FLY Std. John S. Contoupe

CH BARKERVILLE CLEOPATRA Std. Karen & Ted Brunner

CH BARKERVILLE LAUREN BACALL Std. Ted & Karen Brunner

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CH BARKERVILLE SULTAN’S MISTRESS Std. Karen & Ted Brunner

CH BARBEMAC AGAINST ALL ODDS ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum

CH BAYARD L’HYACINTHE Std. Monika & Paul Martin

CH BEDOXELD DESIREE L Std. Elizabeth Benjamine

CH BELDACH’S MERI CASATT Std. Connie Fisher

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

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

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

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

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

CH BONNFEL’S SPIRIT HALO Std. Kathryn Ryan & Diane Young

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

CH BOONDOX BERMARG TREASURE L Std. Dan & Ann Harrison

CH BOONDOX LAVENDER L Std. Dave & Pam Peat

CH BOONDOX PANDEMONIUM Std. Sidney Stafford

CH BOONDOX PUMPKIN Std. Walter & Mary Jones & Dan Harrison

CH BOONDOX QUICKSILVER L Std. Dan Harrison & Bob Hartkemeier

CH BRIARDACH’S GARDEN PARTY Std. Monika & Paul Martin

GCH DC BRIARDACH’S LADY LIBERTY LANDD BN RI NAP NJP ACT2 CGC TKA Std. Karen L. Jones & Monika Martin

CH BRIARDACH’S MAKE A WISH Monika & Paul Martin Std.

CH BRIARDACH’S

PLUM PUDDIN’ Std. Monika & Paul Martin

CH BRIARDACH’S POTLUCK Std. Monika & Paul Martin

CH CAMP GUTHRIE DEVIL’S SPRITE L CDX TT Std. Barbara & Joel Axe

CAMP GUTHRIE’S RAGS TO RICHES L Std. Barbara & Joel Axel

CANTERBURY’S LITTLE LILLITH ML Min. Lisa & Andrew Warren & Phyllis Rosinsky

CH CASSIOPEIA OF SIRIUS L Std. Walter & Mary Jones

CH CHAZLYN’S GUESSING GAME SL Std. Lynne & Charles Dahlén

CH CHAZLYN’S LUCK BE A LADY CGC RE CD Std. Andrea Baltes

CRISTALDOX DIANA Std. Sandra & Dena Livingstone

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

CH DACHSHIRE BLACK GOLD L Std. Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

CH DACHSHIRE LITTLE CASINO L Std. Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

CH DASH ‘N DOXIES MARBEL DELIGHT MDL Min. Debbie James

DASH ‘N DOXIES YOYO ML Min. Debbie James

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

DE SANGPUR WEE ROUGE Min. Pat Beresford

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

CH DIKERDACHS KATERIE TEKAWITHA Min. Valerie Diker

CAN/AM CH DOXDANE’S LADY IN RED AT GRANVALERO Std. Judee Valero

FC EM’S LAST CHANCE ML Min. Charles & Emma Sprung

CH FEIERTAG’S SMIDGEN OF SPICE L Std. Kandi Kostic

GCH GALEWINNS KAYCEES PARTNER IN CRIME ML Pam Gale & Shea Gale Min.

FC GAVIA VON MORITZ ML Min. Teddy Moritz

CH GEORGIA DACHS SHENIQUA Std. Nancy Thompson, Kathy Pickrell & Pat Sawyer

GH GLENARRIF’S PRINCESS BRIDE Std. June & William Mann and Lindsay Fetters

CH GLENARRIF’S WHAT Std. ABOUT ME June G. Mann

CH GLENARRIF’S Std. YOURS TRULY Sandy Arnold & June Mann

CH GLENAVAN FASCINATION Min. Diane White Sennett

CH GLENAVAN GAIETY ML Min. Mary Nie

CH GLENAVAN REMINISCENT ML Min. Mary Nie

CH GLENAVAN SOPHISTICATION ML Min. Mary Nie

Aust. CH GRAEDON MIDNIGHT FANTASY Min. Jeff & Karyn Dionne

GREENHILLS BLACK VELVET Std. Ray & Ann Parrish

GREENSBORO CALAMITY ML Min. Bobby & Cissy Johnson

CH GREENSBORO’S ICE PRINCESS ML Min. Cissy & Bobby Johnson

CH HAN-JO’S ERIKA L Std. Judy Turner

CH HAN-JO’S ROXANNE L Std. Betty Woerman

HAN-JO’S ROXIE AT SCHUMDACHS Std. Jeri Hamman

CH HARBORMYST’S BEACH BABE ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

FC HARLEQUIN JALYSE PANDORA V DOMINOS ML CDX RE MX MXJ MXP MJP XF CAA Min. Jamie Sexton

CH HEAVENSENT LUCK OF THE IRISH Std. Grace & Charles Turner

FC HERTA VOM STROOTBACHTAL Std. Karin Boyd & Barbara Trebisk

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

CH HINDENBURG’S SHALIMAR Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

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

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

DC HOPPLEDACH’S CINDERELLA’S DREAM ML CD RA JE VC Min. Pamala J. Hopkins

GCH DC HOPPLEDACH’S CINDERELLA’S HEARTS WISH CD RA JE VC Min. Pamala J. Hopkins

CH HUNDELEBEN VICTORIA ‘O SONATA ML Min. Karin B. Ashe

FC HUNTNDOX LILY V SEERAUBER ML Min. Susan C. Fuller

CH ISLEDOX TRUE BLUE MAYBELLENE Std. Ron & Faith Overdahl

CH IVIC CEVAN’S CHIMNEY SWEEP Std. Jane Larsen

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

JACINTHE DE BAYARD Std. Mary Howell

FC JALYSE’S PROOF POSITIVE @ WILDERNESS RUN Susan Jill Chidlow Min.

GCH JBS LEORALEES MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN SL Jyl V. Scott Std.

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

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

CH JOY-DEN’S EVITA SL Std. Diantha H. Gravelle

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

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

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

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CH KARCHAUS UNFORGETTABLE Std. Andra O’Connell

CH KARCHAUS UNEXPECTED TREASURE Std. Andra O’Connell

CH KARLEW’S LITTLE EVE Std. Marjorie Lewis

CH KARLEW’S PRINCESS V Std. BIRKDELL Marjorie Lewis

GCH KENMAR’S CHARISMATIC FROM SCANPOINT Min. Marianne McCullough

GCH KENMAR’S STANDS WITH A FIST Min. Marianne McCullough

GCH KERRYBROOK VINTAGE STYLE MLD Susan & Johnnie Jones Min.

CH KHYBRENS Std. SOCIAL BUTTERFLY Bev Brennesholz & Roberta Woodward

CH LADY ROSALYN OF SIRIUS Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller

CH LADY WILMOT AT BRONIA Min. Kathleen Y. Doi

FC L AND C MT SHASTA L CDX Std. ME, CG, CGC Sandi Myers & Larry Sorenson

CH LEHIGH’S SLEEPYTIME ABBA ML Min. Bob Bray

GCHP LEORALEES LITTLE BITOFHEAVEN @ JBS SL Jyl V. Scott Std.

GCHB LEORALEES MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN SL Std. Jil V. Scott & Marietta Singleton

CH LEX-AN SERENDIPTY V WENLYN ML Min. Anne Fons

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

FC LISA VON MORITZ ML Min. Teddy Moritz

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

CH MAYRHOFEN SIDRA L VON IVIC UDT VC Std. Jane Larsen

CH MELODY OF SIRIUS L Std. Walter & Mary Jones

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

CH MILLHAUS HEAVENLY COPY L Std. Pat Mills

CH MOONDACHS SWEET GINGER BROWN Std. Mary & Craig Lee

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

Dual CH MT’S EMPIRE BUILDER Std. Merritt & Meredith Taylor

CH MT’S WHITE DIAMOND Std. Nancy & Mark Eby

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

FC NYSSA VON MORITZ ML Min. Teddy Moritz

CH OLD HANOVER’S WHAT ABOUT ME ML Min. Linda Beamer

GCHS DC OUR GANG’S SOMETHING IN THE WAY SHE MOVES Nancy Z. Prouty Min.

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

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

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

CH PRAMADA’S HONEYSUCKLE L Std. Dave & Pam Peat

CH PRAMADA’S J. ABERCROMBIE L Std. Dave & Pam Peat

GCH DC RARE TREATS I WONT BACK DOWN JE Std. Haley, Michael & Douglas Priest

CH R’COLA ACRES SUNSHINE SINDY Std. Jay & Ann Willis

CH REDFERN LIBERATED FINANCE Std. Keith & Meg Williamson & Renee Swab

CH ROBDACHS FASHION FLING Std. Sanford & Patricia Roberts

CH ROSE FARMS COUNTRY GIRL L Std. Dan Harrison & Dorothy Hutchinson

CH ROSE FARM’S DRAGONORA ML Min. Jeff & Karyn Dionne

CH ROSE FARMS ELITE V BOONDOX Std. Ruth Martucci & Dan Harrison

CH ROSE FARM’S GINGER GIRL Std. Dee Hutchinson

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

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

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

GCH SANDACHS X FACTOR AT GREENSBORO ML Min. Cissy Johnson

CH SEIDACHS WHITE DIAMONDS SL Std. Paula Carter

GCHS DC SERENITY’S STEEL MAGNOLIA RN CGC Std. Wendy Snyder, R.J. Cooper & Patrice Baker

DC SHADACH’S NITNEELION JOSIE Min. Diane White Sennett

SHADAES ENGLISH ROSE V RALJO Std. Monika & Paul Martin

CH SHADOWDACH’S POLLYANNA Std. Brian Owen & Roy Dampeer

DC SIGNATURE’S OLIVA RN Std. Wendy Snyder

DC SIDDACHS TURANDOT JE Std. Alan James & Sidney Stafford

GCH SLEEPY HOLLOW CAROLINA BELLE Std. Meredith Taylor, Ann & Robert Wlodkowski

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

CH SLEEPYTIME BRILLIANT Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH SLEEPYTIME’S MERCI GLENAVAN Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH SLEEPYTIME’S SANGRIA Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH SLEEPYTIME’S SHOW ME Min. Susan Jones

CH SOLO’S STEEL MAGNOLIA MLD Min. Paula Carter, Nancy Pearson & Alyce Gilmore

GCH STARDUST DAISY MAE VON SKAER SL Std. Anne M. Schmidt & Barbara Skaer

DC STARDUST DO U BELIEVE N MAGIC JE RN VC Anne Schmidt & Barb Koch Std.

GCHB DC STARDUST GOOD LUCK CHARM RN NJP RATN CGC Std. Anne M. Schmidt

GCHB DC STARDUST’S SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE RE NP VC Std. Anne Schmidt

CH STOLZ ARIMICH PERSEPHONE SL Std. Lucy Granowicz, Heather Denham & Eileen Lebut

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

STONEBRIDGE SANTA FE SIDDACHS JE CGC Std. Constance B. & Gary R. Fisher

CH SUNTECKELS BETHANY Std. Jan & Kevin Schirmer

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

CH TECKELTERRE’S INDIAN SUMMER L Std. Ruth Williams

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

CH TUDOX TRISTEZAS AT Std. PRAMADA L Pramada Kennels, Registered

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

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

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

WAGSMORE’S CHARISMA COUNTS ML Min Jeff & Karen Russel Dionne

CH WAGSMORE’S FROM A DISTANCE ML Min. Kathy A. Steele

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CH WAGSMORE’S

PICTURESQUE ML Min. Karyn & Jeff Dionne

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

CH WALMAR’S GIGGLES V BOONDOX Std. Dan Harrison

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

CH WALMAR’S PEPPERMINT PATTY Std. Walter & Mary Jones

CH WHISTLESTOP’S

MIFFIN T-ANN Std. John & Mary Teigland

CH WHISTLESTOPS

PRIME TIME LIVE Std. Phoebe Phillips

FC WILDERNESS RUN’S BEAT ME DON’T CHEAT ME Min. Susan Jill Chidlow

FC WILDERNESS RUN’S BLACK BEAR V JALYSE ML Susan Jill Chidlow Min.

CH WILHELM’S DIXIELAND JAZZ Std. Bee Spencer

CH WILHELMINA VON SKAER Std. Barb Skaer

CH WINDCATCHER’S PRINCESS WARRIOR Std. Janet Georgeanne

CH WISPY WILLOW VON SKAER SL Std. Anne Schmidt & Barb Skaer

CH WOLDORF’S STORMY WEATHER Std. Mark & Nancy Eby

CH WUNSSUM’S RIVERWIND ANASTASIS Std. Nancy Lindhe-Eby

Dual CH WURSTCHEN DACHSHIRE SIERRA L Std. Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

CH WYNDCREST COUNTRY SAMPLER Std. Jill & Nathan Janz

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LONGHAIRED DOGS

CH AMTEKEL’S THE GREAT GATSBY Std. Sidney Stafford

CH BARKERVILLE PAGEMASTER Std. Ted & Karen Brunner

CH BARBEMAC MIDNIGHT RUN ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum & Nancy Turner

CH BAYARD L’ORESTE VON MARDACH Std. Marjorie Creasy

CH BOONDOX VALENTINO L Std. Nancy Eby & Judy Thompson

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

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

CANTERBURY’S LITTLE JOSHUA ML Min. Phyllis Rosinsky

CH CARAWAN’S CHAUFFEUR ML Min. Darlene Carawan

CH CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD JERICHO ML Min. Darlene Carawan

CH CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD JONAH ML Min. Darlene Carawan

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

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

CH DELLDACHS ROLL ROYCE Std. Bev Dodds

CH FELIX OF THORN PINES Std. Joyce Young

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

GCH GALEWINNS KAYCEES GOLDEN TICKET MLD Min. Pam Gale & Shea Jonsrud

CH GO-WINS FAB TEDDY Z Std. Nancy Lindhe Eby, Mark Eby, Lindsey Thelen & Lorene Hogan

CH GRANDGABLES CAFEAULAIT KT DOX ML Min. Jyl Scott

CH GRANDGABLES Min. WOLF WHISTLE ML Linda Beamer

CH HAN-JO’S LEMON DROP KID L Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller

CH HANJO N’ SYLMAR Min. GOLDNUGGET ML Maria P. Wild

CH HANSELDOX JOSHUA ML Min. Carol Burton

CH HEATHERO FURBY Min. Shona Barrick & Viginia Stephenson

CH JO AND JO’S PACKERS O HENRY ML Min. Derryll Packer

GCH KENMAR’S CHARISMATIC FROM SCANPOINT Min. Marianne McCullough

CH LOWRY HILL’S GOLDENNUGGET JBS Min. Jyl Scott

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

CH PEGREMOS PARAGON L Std. Peter Monks

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

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

CH ROBDACHS CAPSTONE Std. Sanford & Patricia Roberts

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

CH SLEEPYTIME’S BRIT STERLING ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

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

SUNARA FIRECRACKER Min. Charlie May

CH TWELFTH NIGHT FAMOUS AMOS Std. Anne H. & Catherine Carson

CH TWELFTH NIGHT INHERIT TH’ WIND Std. Anne H. & James Carson

CH TWELFTH NIGHT WILD WEST WIND Std. Anne H. Carson

CH TWELFTH NIGHT XPRESS RUSTY L Std. Anne H. & James B. Carson

CH VON DYCK’S JOHNNY ONE NOTE L Std. Walter & Mary Jones

GCHS VONGAYS IT’S A WRAP Std. Mary Boyle

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LONGHAIRED BITCHES

CH ACKLAIM’S CAN’T TOUCH THIS ML Min. Shan Jumper

CH ALDOX ARF’EN ANNIE Std. Ellen Stanton

Dual CH ALDOX BETTY’S SHADOW Std. Beverly Brahe

Am/Can CH AMTEKEL’S MERRY HEART Std. Deborah Sauer & Andra O’Connell

CH ARDENCAPLE’S MELODY D’AMOUR Min. Ken Fields

ARDENCAPLE’S WEE SURPRISE Min. Mrs. Willard K. Denton

CH BARBEMAC’S FANCY COLOURS ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum

CH BARBEMAC PARFAIT CHOCOLAT ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum

CH BARBEMAC SILKWOOD ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum

CH BARKERVILLE DOLLY MADISON Std. Ted & Karen Brunner

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

CH BAVARIA DACHS KISS ME KATE Std. Particia Mace

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

CH BAYARD L’ORIANE Std. Helen Harrison

CH BLACK SHADOW OF DOLPHIN Std. Clara Secord

CH BLAIRHAVEN RED SILK Std. Blairhaven Kennel

CH BOONDOX BRADAUCH ECLAIR L Std. Dan Harrison

CH BOONDOX GLORY DAYS CD Std. Bobbi Borbely & Dan Harrison

CH BOONDOX HILARITY L Std. Dan Harrison & Debbi Brum

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CH BOONDOX OPIUM V WALMAR Std. John Mohme

CH BRONIA LOLITA Std. Margaret Peat & Steve Marlow

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

CH BURDACHS AIN’T MS. B HAVEN ML Min. Carol Burton

CH BURDACHS U WANNA MAKE A MEMORY ML Std. Carol Burton

CH CAMP GUTHRIE SUMMER SUNSET L CGC Std. Barbara & Joel Axel

CH CANTERBURY’S LITTLE CARLA ML Min. Lisa & Andrew Warren

CARAWAN’S ASHLEY Min. Darlene Carawan

CARAWAN’S CONSTANT COMMENT ML Min. Janice Mosely & Darlene Carawan

CH CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD KIWI ML Min. Janice Moseley

CH CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD MEMORY ML Min. Darlene Carawan

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

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

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

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

CH CEDAR HILL PAINTED PRINCESS Std. Judi Rideout & Alberta Allen

CH COPPERTONE V BOONDOX L Std. Dan Harrison

COTSWOLD’S MARSTON MAISEY Std. Derek & Fred Turner

CH CREAM RIDGE NEW CASTLE SUNDAY MORNING, MLC Min. Shan Jumper

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

CH DACHSHIRE LADY LUCK Std Thomas & Kathleen Lockyer

CH DACHSHIRE LIL TEXAS TORNADO SL Std. June G. Fetters

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

DE SANGPUR LADY STONYBROOK Std. Bernard & Betty Piper

CH DWAIN’S RUSSET SWEEP L Std. Mr. & Mrs. Richard O’Mara

CH FANTASY VON KOTTHAUS L Std. Robert & Alice Dildine

FEIORLINN DE RIGEUR Std. Mary Pyle & Irva McDougald

FOXFYRE FUDGE RIPPLE ML Min. Aubrey Nash & Raymond Freer

CH FOXFYRE RING OF FIRE Min. Rhonda Doty

CH FOXFYRE SEA SHELL ML Min. Aubrey Nash & Raymond Freer

CH FEIERTAG’S NUTMEG NOUGAT L Std. Kandi Kostic

GCH GALEWINNS KAYCEES TREASURED GEM MLD Min. Pam Gale & Shea Jonsrud

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

CH GLENAVAN COSMOPOLITAN ML Min. Karyn & Jeff Dionne

CH GLENAVAN IRRESISTIBLE ML Min. Karyn & Jeff Dionne

CH GLENAVAN VANITY FAIR ML Min. Mary Olich Nie

GLENARRIF’S ONEDERFUL Std. June Mann

CH GRAEDON PRETTY WOMAN Min. Dee Hutchinson

CH HADSELHUS’ ARABESQUE L Std. Richard A. & Wilva J. Bredahl

CH HALEAJO’S PERIWINKLE Std. Martha Prendergast

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

CH HAN-JO’S HEATHER L Std. Hannelore Heller & Jeff Richards

CH HAN-JO’S YULETIDE YAHTZEE Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller

CH HANSELDOX MISS MAKAYLA V BURDACHS ML Min. Carol Burton

HIBORN LAST DEAL Std. Mr. & Mrs. Wendall Oglesbee

CH HOLOW’S MAID MIDNIGHT L Std. Peter Monks

JANDELO’S PATRICIAN KNEPPER Std. Elizabeth Van Valen

CH JBS GOLDNGEM OF SERENDIPITY ML Min. Jyl V. Scott

CH JOY-DEN’S HEAVENLY BODY L Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

CH JOY-DEN’S JAMAICA RUM SL Std. Joyce Warren & Kim Vidrine

J-LYN’S FLYING TO VICTORY ML Min. Jennifer L. VanNiman

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

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

CH KASHMIR OF NIKOBAR Std. Barbara Nichols

CH KENMAR’S POPULAR RETURN TO SCANPOINT Min. Marianne McCullough and Karin B. Ashe

CH KORADOX BORN TO BE WILD AT SJ ARIES SL Min. Steve Marlow

CH LONGDOGIAS REV MY SHELBY COBRA ML Min. Heather Ackby & Janet Donnelly

CH. LONGDOGIAS THE HALO EFFECT Min. Heather Ackby & Janet Donnelly

CH LOSTDOG’S HI-LILLY Std. Becky Harstad

CH MAGNA CHRIS OF CURLEY CREEK Std. Sherry Snyder

CH MAR-KREST ALL THAT GLITTERS Std. Anne Schmidt

MC’S FOXIE ROXIE OF DILU ML Min. Cynthia Ruckman

CH MT’S NELLIE BLY Std. Meredith & Merritt Taylor

MY WAY MOZE’N ALONG L Std. Sharon Christiansen

CH ORCHARDWOOD DEEP DARKNESS Min. Leonard & Alice Rescek

CH OZO’S JUST A WHISPER FROM MANMAR Min. Janice Finney

CH PACKER’S BROWN BETTY II ML Min. Gail Meghghy & Sherry Ceplios

CH PACKER’S BROWN SUGAR ML Min. Derryll Packer

CH PASSPORT KENMAR DANCES WITH WOLVES Min. Marianne McCullough

CH PEGREMOS LURLENE L Std. Peter Monks

CH PHANTASEAS EMEIGH SUE L Std. Dr. Janet Crane

PUNKIN’ PI V TURNER Std. Becky England & Nancy Turner

GCH RABOWS STRANGE FRUIT OF PALADIN Min. Melissa M. & Mark J. Sworab

CH RAISIN’L BRYKAAR O’ ALI’I AK INU Std. Victoria L. McConnell

CH ROBDACHS GYPSY ROSE Std. Beatrice Medes

CH ROSE FARMS ALL A GLITTER ML Min. Nancy Zumwalt Prouty

CH ROSE FARMS LIME SODA Std. Mary Pyle & Irva McDougal

CH SCANPOINT’S ENCORE CGC Min. Karin B. Ashe and Marianne McCullough

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

SHAMROCK’S HOCUS POCUS L Std. Owel Newman

CH SLEEPYTIME’S FREE SPIRIT ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

SOLO’S KARMA CHAMELEON ML Min. Alberta Flachs & Paula Carter

STARGATE SPECIAL COPY Std. Amanda Hodges & Barbara Myers

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NATURE ML Min. Jennifer & Patricia McNally

CH STONYBROOK’S PJ’S MAUREEN L Std. Robin Gianopoulos

TAMA N PRAMADA’S CHRISTMAS CAROL SL Std. Sally Eichlin

SUNTURA’S SHAZAM ML Min. Karyn Russell-Dionne & Jeff Dionne

SWEETHAVEN SUZI CHENILLE Std. Barbara Nichols

CH SYLMAR’S QUEEN OF HEARTS ML Min. Maria P. Wild

CH TALIESIN’S STORMY WEATHER ML Min. Elaine Hanson

CH TECKELWOOD MADONNA Min. Kathleen Sahlin

CH TWELFTH NIGHT

ANGEL GABRIELLE L Std. Anne H. Carson

CH TWELFTH NIGHT

ANGEL OF HOPE Std. Anne H. Carson

CH TWELFTH NIGHT

EVENING LIGHT Std. Anne H. & James B. Carson & Brenna Potash

CH TWELFTH NIGHT

GEMINI CASSIE Std. Anne H. Carson

CH TWELFTH NIGHT GLIMMER OF HOPE Std. Anne H. Carson

CH TWELFTH NIGHT

HOPE DIAMOND L Std. Anne H. & Catherine Carson

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

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

CH TWELFTH NIGHT’S MORNING GLORY L Std. Anne H. Carson

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

CH WAGSMORE

CARTE BLANCE ML Min. Debbie James

CH WALMAR’S MADGE V BOONDOX Std.

Walter & Mary Jones

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

CH WHISTLESTOP’S PENNY CANDY Std. Lynne Allen

CH WHISTLESTOP’S SURPRIZ SURPRIZ Std. Lynne Allen

CH WILLOWCROFT TECKELWOOD FLAIRE SL JE Std. Amanda Hodges & Barbara M. Myers

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

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SMOOTH DOGS

CH AUBARLEAS JOHNNY ANGEL Std. John & Nancy Thompson

CH BARBADOX ANDI Std. Barbara Haisch

CH BARBADOX IRONSIDE SS Std. Jan Oswald & Jeri Smith

CH BOONDOX CHUCKIE BUNYAN Std. John & Nancy Thompson

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

CH DUNKELDORF FALCON FORESTER Std. Mrs. Charles Statler

CH DYNADAUX HILLBILLIE HOLLYWOOD MS Min. Cyndy Senff

BISS CH DYNADAUX HONKY TONK BAR N GRILL MS Min. Cyndy Senff

CH FALCON OF HEYING-TECKEL Std. Fred & Rose Heying

CH FARMEADOW LIGHT UP THE SKY Std. Charles Baris & John Hart

CH FORRESTER’S HUNTER Std. Frances & James Forrester

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

AM/CAN CH GRANDGABLES WEE MR RED THORN Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

Dual CH JAGIE’S SUNKISSED PHOENIX Std. Miki Perry & Eric C. Henningsen

CH JOY-DEN’S REVELATION SS Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

CH LADDLAND A SMIDGEON OF A LAD Std. Jack Karcher

CH LADDLAND A WING AND A PRAYER Std. Kaye Ladd

CH MAXSOHN’S STAR OF CHOO CHOO Std. Maria Hayes

GCHS PASSPORT DO WHAT YOU SAY SS Std. Arvind and Joyce DeBranganca

CH PRUITT’S RED RIPPER Std. James & Margaret Pruitt

CH SHEEN V WESTPHALEN Std. Peggy Westphal

CH SONDERBAR BOOMERANG MS Min. Cyndy Senff

Dual CH STARDOX TWIST AND SHOUT JE Std. Elizabeth (Sandy) Patterson & Lorraine Simmons

Register of

SMOOTH BITCHES

CH APOTHECARY BLACK ROSEY ROSE Std. George Kleinman

CH APPLE HILLS RITE DECISION Std. Helen & Neal Hamilton

GCH BARKERVILLE WHY NOT Std. Ted and Karen Brunner

CH BESSDACHS REBA MCLOVELY Std. Betty Jeffery & Renee Lara DVM

CH DIAGRAM LOVE POTION SS Std. Dianne Graham

CH DYNADAUX FAST CARS AND FREEDOM MS Min. Cyndy Senff

Dual CH FRIESLAND’S FANTASY STRUDEL Std. Helen & Neal Hamilton

CH GALADACHS MINDY OF NIKOBAR Std. Gail Laidoner

FC GESCHA VOM MEISTERWURZ Std. Sian Kwa-Hopfensperger

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

CH LADDLAND CAMELOT Std. Kaye Ladd

CH LADDLAND JULIET Std. Kaye Ladd

CH LANDMARK SIMONE V JOYAL Std. Anne Allen Crockett & Barbara Power

CH LEORALEES BLKS GIRL OF TEXAS MS Min. Cliff Ramos, Walter Cunningham & Marietta Singleton

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

CH LUCENE’S TIARA Std. Jeanine Sudinski

CH MOFFETT’S ROSANNE Std. Themla Moffet

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

CH ROSE GATE GINGER POPPY Std. Tim & Marilou Callison

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

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

GCH ROSE GATE RUBY WILL UB MINE @ANTIR Std. Charlene & Herman Shuping

CH ROSEHILLS RAVEN V KINDERTECKEL Std. Kristin Cihos-Williams, Emalia Williams & Sage Williams

SAGERUNS TINK MSD Min. Daryl Turner & Art Sanderson

GCH SUMMERHILL WHISPERING BREEZE SS Michael & Cathy Blatz Std.

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Excellent (R.O.M.X.) SMOOTH DOGS

CH ADD-SIM’S GOOD TIME CHARLIE Min. Valerio Hernandez Colon

CH APPLE HILLS HERCULES Std. Helen & Neal Hamilton

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

CH APPLE HILLS ULTIMATE DECISION Std. Helen & Neal Hamilton

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

CH BADGERLANDS

PRIME TIME JOEY M Min. Sandra Golemb

CH BARKERVILLE BOW STREET RUNNER Std. Ted & Karen Brunner

GCH BARKERVILLE TORCHY MILLER Std. Ted and Karen Brunner

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

CH BESSDACHS WINGS OF EAGLES Std. Betty & William Jeffery

CH BLAURUCKENBERG FIREBRAND Std. Ernestine Carlson

CH CHERRY CREEK’S TOBY MS Min. Cynthia DeYoung

CH COOK’S HOME BREW Std. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cole

CH CRISCROSS MEANT TO BE MSC Min. Valerio Hernandez Colon & Patricia Guthrie

CH CROSSWYND’S CRACKER JACK Std. Mrs. Charles Statler

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

AM/CAN CH DACHSMITH LOVE’S AJAX Std. Iris Love

CH DACHSMITH LOVE’S DIOMEDES Std. Iris Love & Anne Radice

DC DARSHAN HUMMER V JAGIES Std. Jan Oswald, Jerri Smith & Eric Henningsen

CH DYNADAUX C-O-U-N-T-R-Y MS Min. Cyndy Senff

CH DYNADAUX HONKY TONK REDNECK SONG MS Min. Cyndy Senff

GCHP DYNADAUX REDNECK FANCY BOY MS Min. Cyndy Senff

CH FELSHEIM’S FRIENDLY JESTER Std. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cook

Can/SAF/Zim CH GARTHORNE MR. BEAN FOR GRANDGABLES Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

CH GEORGIA DACH’S CHANDLER Std. Nancy Thompson

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

GCH GRANDGABLES SUMBUDDY WALDEN Min. Denise Waldo

BISS Gr/AM/CAN CH GRANDGABLES WEE GOLDEN EDITION Min. Guy Jeavon & Mark Houston-McMillan

CH GREGORY’S MARRYING SAM Std. Henry & Jackie Gregory

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

GCH HIALEAH’S TEXAS GENTLEMAN Std. Lexa Richmond & Matt Rosa

CH JOLLY DACHS GEORGE Std. Ann Gordon

CH JOY-DEN’S COMMANDO SS Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

CH JOY-DEN’S LIGHTNINGN-THUNDER Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

CH JOY-DEN’S ZILLION DOLLAR MAN Std. Joyce Warren

CH KARLSTADT’S LIONEL Std. Dee Hutchinson

CH LADDLAND FIREWORKS Std. Helen Hamilton

CH LANDMARK BOLD RULER Std. Robert Butterworth

CH LUCENE’S DAXYLINE Std. RINGMASTER Jeanine Sudinski

CH LUCENE’S FRIENDLY Std. FIREMAN Jeanine Sudinski

CH LUCENE’S PHANTOM Std. Jeanine Sudinski

CH MOFFETT’S GEORGI Std. Thelma Moffett

CH MOFFETT’S HARVEST Std. Themla Moffett

CH NIXON’S FLEETING ENCOUNTER Std. Coletta Kinch

CH OMNI’S ROCK A FELLER Std. Mrs. Helen Carlen

CH PROUDLY WE HAIL V WESTPHALEN Std. Lucia Butler & Sid Sims

CH ROSE GATE PATRIOT GUARD Std. Gary & Marilou Callison

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

CH TEXDOX ERIC Std. Sid & Ann Sims

CAN. CH TORI-JARICE’S WEE ANGUS MS Min. Jeanne Rice

CH VILLANOL’S GLADI’S LAD Std. Jean Carvill

BALDOX OPPORTUNITY ON THE HORIZON Min. Shelly Baldwin

CH BARBADOX WENDI Std. Robert Palmer

CH BARBADOX YOLANDA Std. Ruth Martucci

CH BARKERVILLE DOLLY MADISON Std. Ted H. & Karen Brunner

BARKERVILLE IN STYLE Std. Ted H. & Karen Brunner

CH BARKERVILLE VOGUE Std. Ted H. & Karen Brunner

BENMARDEN’S CELESTIAL LADY Std. Jim & Vera Tucker

CH BESSDACHS BEDAZZLED KARAVEL Std. Karen Murray & Marina Renee Lara DVM

CH BESSDACHS MARBACH MIRACLE Std. Betty & William Jeffery

CH BOONDOX FLORA V CANDACHS Std. Carl & Candice Holder

CH BOONDOX IPSY PIPSY Std. Dan Harrison

CH BRAAEHAUS MILADY Std. Susan Stoltz

CH BREN-DACHS GARNET Std. SET IN GOLD Brenda J. Nichols

CH BREN-DACH’S MOONLIGHT SERENADE SS Std. Brenda J. Nichols

SMOOTH

ADD-SIM’S CELEBRITY GIRL Std. Anthea Gregory

CH ADD-SIM’S GITANA SS Std. Barbara Butterworth

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

FC APPLE HILL DIGGING DOWN UNDER MS CGC RATN NJP CA Std. Kurt & Heidi Meyers

CH APPLE HILL PLEIADES Std. Helen Hamilton & Megan Hicks

CH APPLEHILLS SIGN OF THE CROSS Std. Helen Hamilton & Megan Hicks

BALDOX BORN TO SHINE MS Shelly Baldwin Min.

CH CARRAMOLL’S GAY GEORGETTE Std. Raymond Phillip

CH CEDAR CREEK’S Std. TYMPANI SS Cecil & Arlynn Holman

CH CHARMAINE V CANDACHS Std. Carl & Candice Holder

CH CHERRY CREEK’S RUBY MS Min. Cynthia DeYoung

CH CHOO CHOO DOLL OF SWEETHEART Std. James & Marie Sakoda

CHOO CHOO’S SANTE FAYE Std. Robert Palmer

CH CHOO CHOO’S SWEETHEART Std. Robert Palmer

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BITCHES

CH CLASSIC UNFORGETABLE SS Std. Dianne Graham

CH CRISCROSS BLACK LILY SS Std. Marnie Kerley & Cris Natali

DACHSBOROUGH LIA V TEJAS SS Std. Lucia Butler

CH DACHSBOROUGH VICTORIANNA Std. Helen Carlin

CH DACHSMITH LOVE’S PSYCHE TSYCHE Std. Iris Love

CH DACHSMITH LOVE SELENE NIKE T Std. Iris Love

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

CH DEISTERS STRETCHIN’ GRETCHEN Std. Ann Deister

CH DERRIGON DUTCH TREAT Std. Donald & Gerri Harfst

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

CH DOLLIDACHS JUST KISS ME Std. Lexa Richmond

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

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

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

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

GCH DYNADAUX LITTLE BIT OF LIFE MS Cyndy Senff Min.

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

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

CH DYNADAUX ONLY IN AMERICA MS Min. Cyndy Senff

FC DYNADAUX SPARKLING DELILAH JE Min. Cyndy Senff

Dachshund

FC EASY DE LA CHAPELLERIE SE Std. Claire Mancha

CH E-LONG PETALPUSHER BLUEBELL Min. Laura Abbott-Licht

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

FLEMING’S FALCON MEMORY Std. Polly Fleming

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

CH GALADACH CONTESSA Std. Joyce Warren

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

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

CH GEORGIA DACHS MEGAN Std. Nancy Thompson

CH GEORGIA DACHS OLIVIA Std. Johan & Nancy Thompson

CH GEORGIA DACHS RENEE BUNYAN Std. Nancy Thomspon

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

FC GOODWOOD GOOD 2 B QUEEN Std. Mike & Kelly Ford

AM/CAN CH GRANDGABLES DRAGONS BREATH MS Min. Kevin J. Payne

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

CH GRANDGABLES SHE DAZZLES YOU MS Min. Mary Nie

GREGORY’S SARAH SMILE Std. Henry & Jackie Gregory

CH GREGORY’S SHIRLEY G Std. Henry & Jackie Gregory

HAMPDACHS MISS AIMEE Std. Mabel Hampton

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

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

GCH HIALEAH’S CATACLYSM Std. Brenda J. Nichols

HIALEAH’S EFFIE TRINKET Std. Lexa Richmond

CH HIALEAH’S TEMPERED STEEL Std. Lexa Richmond

FC HIDDEN CEDARS ANTICIPATED CONCLUSION MS Min. Gloria La Tour

FC HIDDEN CEDARS DOUBLE TROUBLE MS Min. Gloria La Tour

CH HIDDEN CEDARS SECRET NEGOTIATIONS MS Min. Gloria LaTour

CH HILLANDACH BETSY BUNYAN Std. Pam Fleming

CH HOUNDHAVEN DANCE TO DA MUSIC Std. John & Nancy Thompson

HURRICANE LILI V LEONARDO S Std. Judy & Mack Gallamore

CH ISLEDOX ALICE BLUE Std. GOWN SS Faith and Ron Overdahl

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

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

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

Dual CH JESSICA’S LISA VON DEMESDORF, JE Std. Steve & Cheryl Shultz

CH JOY OF HEYING-TECKEL Std. Ellen Koeper

JOY-DEN’S AWESOME DELIGHT SS Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

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

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

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

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

JOY-DENS RAZZ-MA-TAZZ SS Std Joyce F. Warren

CH JOY-DENS SPICE GIRL SS Std. Joyce F. Warren

CH JOY-DENS VELVET TOUCH SS Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

CH KARAVEL GLIMMER O’ HOPE VOM SEE Std. Glenn & Rondi Ross & Karen B. Murray

FC KAYJAKES

KLEINE KARTINA II CG Min. Mike & Jan DuBois

CH KINDER’S COURTIER OF AVALON MS Min. Janalyn Dubois

FC KINDER’S LUHNAU KALELA MS, SE Min. Janalyn Dubois

Dual CH KINDER’S WEE EBONY ROSE MS Min. Mike & Jan DuBois

CH KINDERTECKEL’S HIGH MAINTENANCE Std. Kristin Cihos-Williams & Emalia Williams

KINDERTECKEL’S PASADENA ROSE Std. Roland Hernandez & Storm Britten-Ilouno

CH KNOLLAND’S COVER GIRL Std. Iris Love

KNOLLAND LORNA Std. Kaye Ladd

CH KOCHANA’S SWEET CHARIETY OF HACIENDA Std. Diane Poranski

LADDLAND ALL A QUIVER Std. George Bark

CH LADDLAND CROWN JEWEL OF LUCENE Std. Lexa Richmond

CH LADDLAND EMMA PEEL Std. Kaye Ladd

CH LADDLAND CAMEO Std. Kaye Ladd

CH LADDLAND HEAD IN THE CLOUDS Std. Kaye Ladd

CH LADDLAND JUST A TASTE Std. Kaye Ladd

CH LADDLAND LIZ THE LIONHEARTED Std. Iris Love

CH LADDLAND LORNA LAURIE Std. Kaye Ladd

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CH LADDLAND LUCY LAWLESS Std. Nancy Thompson

CH LADDLAND PINCH OF CAMEO Std. Kaye Ladd

CH LADDLAND TASTE OF BENCELIA Std. Kathleen Klimkiewicz

CH LADY TERMIN JEAGER Std. Miki Perry

CH LAURJOSH LEXI AT CRISCROSS MS Min. Christian E. Natali

CH LODONHAUS LI’L LAVENDER SS Std. Ron & Faith Overdahl

CH LONGTIME’S HARMONY NOIRE MS Min. Cheri Faust

DC LORINDOL KU’UIPO OF PENKAY SS Std. Vicki Spencer

CH LUCENE’S CANDACE OF JODELL Std. Jodell Irola

CH LUCENE’S DAILY DOUBLE Std. Jeanine Sudinski

CH LUCENE’S DANCER Std. Jeanine A Sudinski

CH LUCENE’S DIAMOND OF HOUNDHILL Std. Jeanine Sudinski

CH LUCENE’S FASCINATION Std. Jeanine Sudinski & Ernest Rhodeen

CH LYNSULEE’S LUCKIBELLE Std. Philip Bishop

CH MAGIK RAINBOW HARMONY Min. Cyndy Senff

Dual CH MELWYN TICKET TO RIDE Std. Melissa Wynings & Lorraine Genieczko

CH MERIDACHS KEWPIE DOLL CD Std. Mrs. Elizabeth Tuttle

MISS HALEY DICK’S SHADOW MS Min. Richard H. Jones

CH MOFFETT’S SANDRA Std. Thelma Moffett

CH MOFFETT’S MISS FLINT Std. Thelma Moffett & Dan Harrison

CH MUSELAND’S ALYSIA Std. Dorothy Muse

CH NIEBURS KISS YOU BACK D’DACHS Std. Kraig Blanchard & Susan Watts

Dual CH NIEBUR’S MOON SHADOW Std Dave & Lynn Niebur

GCH DC OC’S CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRY CGC Min. Robin Lafrance

CH PASSPORT EAT PRAY LOVE Std. Arvind and Joyce DeBranganca

GCH PASSPORT SAY IT AIN’T SO SS JEMMA Std. Michael K. Jones

CH PETALPUSHER FLOWER CHILD MS Laura Abbot Min.

PERFECT PAINTED LET THE MAGIK BEGIN Min. Eline de Groot

CH POCODOX SERENADE AT CRISCROSS SS Std. Christian E. Natali

CH ROBELDA FANTASY Std. Helen Spencer

CH ROSE FARMS CHOO CHOO Std. Dan Harrison & Dee Hutchinson

ROSAN HILL STATE OF GRACE MS Min. Sandra J. Golemb & Carol Luetkens & James Luetkens

ROSE GATE PRARIE DAWN Std. Marilou & Gary Tim Callison

Dual CH SAUSAGE STABLES REMEMBER ME Std. Miki Perry

CH SEACREST DOUBLE DELIGHT SS Std. Roland Hermandez & Storm Britten Ilouno

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

CH SONDERBAR SHINE MS Min. Cyndy Senff

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

Dual CH STARDOX PENNY LANE V MELWYN Std. Lorraine Genieczko

CH TEXDOX DACHSBOROUGH DULCIE Std. Mrs. Helen Carlen

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

TIMBAR’S PINAFORE Std. Mr. & Mrs. David Perry

CH TIMBARS QUEEN OF THE NILE Std. Karen & Ted Brunner

CH TINTAGEL’S JULIE OF LEGIBACH Std. Gina & Pat Leone

CH TREU NACHT STERN V ARNOLD Std. Ruth Arnold

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

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

VON LUCKNER’S PIPERLE MS Min. Mercedes Sable

WALKER’S GYPSY OF KABA Min. Becky Walker

WATKINS TSUNAMI Std. Jane Watkins

WELDS WILDWOOD HONEY MS Min. Martha Fuller & Joseph Banacki

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SMOOTH DOGS

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

CH ADD-SIMS JONATHAN Std. Peggy Westphal

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

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

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

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

CH BERMARG’S BOONDOX TALISMAN S Std. Martha Grantham

CH BRAAEHAUS MARATHON MAN Std. Tim & Marilou Callison

CH CALL TO ARMS V WESTPHALEN Std. Peggy Westphal

DC CARRDOX BROADWAY JOE Std. Sharon Carr

CH CEDARCREEKS BOLD SOJER BOY Std. Larry & Rebecca Payne

CH CRISCROSS’ STARTIN’ A RIOT MS Min. Christian E. Natali

CH ENGLELONG HONEST ABE MS Min. Byers Adams

CH ENGLELONG PETTY CASH MS Min. Byers Adams & Arline Adams Grizzard

CH FLEMING’S JOLLY DACHS TORGER Std. Polly Fleming

CH FLEMING’S PRINCE OF DAXYLINE Std. Ernest Rhodeen & Mechelle Sudinski

Am/Can/Aust CH GRAND GABLES BENGAL TIGER MS Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

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

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

GCH AM/CAN CH GRANDGABLES WEE MR ZENSATIONAL Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillian

CH HAN-JO’S TOM TERRIFIC Min. Joe & Hannelore Heller

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

Am & E CH JAGIES I LOVE THE NIGHT LIFE Std. Eric Henningsen & Lynne Allen

CH M D P H DEMONSTRATION M Min. Sharon M. Michael

CH NICK’S GALAXY Std. Audrey Nick

CH PAWPRINT’S PRIME TIME Min. Jack Wallace

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

CH PRUITTS ADDSIM JOURNEY Std. Cliff Simones & Robie Addison

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CH PRUITT’S RED ROCKY Std. Margaret & James Pruitt

CH SANDAR’S WALL-E Min. Daryl Turner, Arthur Sanderson

CH SHAWDOX PAWS FOR APPLAUSE MS Min.

Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

CH TIMBARS JUGGERNAUT Std. Karen & Ted Brunner

CH VILLANOL GREAT COMMUNICATOR Std. Jean Carvill

CH VON RELGIB’S COMMANDANT Std. Ethel Bigler

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CH ADD-SIM’S DAHLIA MS Min. Cyndy Senff & Marietta Singleton

CH ADD-SIM’S DASH OF SPICE Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

Dual CH ADD-SIMS RITZI ROCKETTE MS CG CGC VC Min. Cyndy Senff

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

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

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

CH ADD-SIM’S VILMA MS Min. Gloria LaTour

BADGERLAND’S WEE MISS MAMIE MS Min. Sandra Golemb

CH BARBADOX GRINDEL II Std. John & Cherri Thomson

BARBERRY KNOWE GRAEDEL Std. Mrs. Charles C. Stalter

CH BARDALE VERBENA OF CANDACHS Std. Candace & Carl Holder

CH BESSDACHS SUSANNA DICKINSON Std. Betty Jeffery & Renee Lara

CH BIG HOPES FOR MISS MOLLY MS Min. Chris & Marilyn Hickok

CH BRAAEHAUS BEING A LADY Std. Tim & Marilou Callison

CH BRAAEHAUS BLACK NARCISSUS Std.

Judy Stephenson

BRAAEHAUS

NEW GIRL IN TOWN Std. Tim & Marilou Callison

CH BRAAEHAUS REGAL LADY Std. Eric Henningsen

FC BRAVEHEARTS SOUTH PACIFIC Std. Irene Roberts

CH CEDARBEND’S MAGIC CONISTON Std. Nancy Bischoff

CEDAR HILLS CHOCOLATE MARBLE MS Min. Bill & Alberta Allen

CH CHERRY CREEK’S JULIETTE MS Min. Cyndy Senff

CH CHERRY CREEK’S LICORICE MS Min. Cynthia DeYoung

CH CHLOETELLE OF DACHSBOROUGH Std. Carl & Candice Holder

CH CHOO CHOO’S NITA V HOUNDHAVEN Std. Terry Snyder

CH CONISTON’S CINDERELLA Std. Nancy Bischoff

CH CRISCROSS PRIMA GIRL Min. Karen Worden

CH CRISCROSS SMOOTH SILK MS Min. Christian Natali & Kathryn Pearman

CRISCROSS SPICE GIRL MS Min. Charles & Sheila Delashmutt

CH DACHSMITH LOVE’S HEBE TYCHE Std. Iris Love

DC DACHROLLS LADY VELVET CGC TKN Std. Kevin Herkelman & Katherine Perney

CH DACHSYHAUS SHENANIGANS SS Std. Marie Hendrix

CH DEISTER’S COCO CHANEL Std. Ann Deister

CH DILU IVANA YUMY LOVER MS Std. Pearl Dilg & Carlos Puig

CH DUNKELDORF’S SENTA Std. Mr. & Mrs. John Sheward

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

Dual CH DYNADAUX DANCE IN CIRCLES MS JE Min. Cyndy Senff

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

CH DYNADAUX HELLO HONKY TONK MS Min. Cyndy Senff

CH DYNADAUX HILLBILLIE ROCK MS Min. Cyndy Senff

ENGLELONG FRIEDOS JUSTA WHIM MS Min. Byers Adams & Arline Adams Grizzard

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

CH FLEMING’S FOURSTAR CLASS ACT Std. Catherine Johnson

CH FRANESSA’S ANISE Std. Edith Nelson

CH. FROM REDTECKEL STORY DIAMOND RING Min. Lindi Kershaw & Herminio Perich

CH GEORGIA DACHS ALETHIA Std. John & Nancy Thompson

CH GEORGIA DACHS SOUTHERN BELLE Std. John & Nancy Thompson

GRANDGABLES AFRICAN SUNRISE MS Std. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

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

GRANDGABLES SNOW BUNNY Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

GREGORY’S BLACK EYED SUSAN Std. Henry & Jackie Gregory

GCH HACIENDA DIVINE VIRTUE Std. Melissa M. Sworab

HAN-JO’S WEE BLACK SATIN MS Min. Hannelore Heller

CH HELGA V HOUS SONNENFELS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

CH HIALEAH’S FIRE N SPICE Std. Stephanie & David Hass

HIDDEN CEDARS CONFIDENTIAL CONTACT MS Min. Gloria La Tour

CH JAGIE ON MY LAUREL MIDERNOCH Std. Patricia Ridgard & Eric Henningsen

CH JENEL VON ROVNA Std. Beatrice Rovner

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

CH JOY-DEN’S XPRESSIVE MISS RED Std. Charlene Owen

FC KINDERS ONE MAGIC MEMORY MS Min. Janalyn DuBois

CH KORDACHS’ KISSIMINEE MS Min. Ada McCord

CH. KURZEBEINE MS DEPEND CALIFORNIA DREAM Min. Bonnie Gold

CH LADDLAND BY CANDLELIGHT Std. Lexa Richmond

CH LADDLAND ELVIRA Std. Walter & Mary Jones

CH LADDLAND L’LIBERTE Std. S.T. Rubin

CH LADDLAND PUFF PASTRY Std. Cathy & Mike Blatz

CH LADDLAND PUFFIN’ STUFF Std. Kaye Ladd

GCH LINDMONT’S PENNY SERENADE St. Michael & Marianna Smith

CH LONGTIME’S RHAPSODY IN EBONY Min. Cheri Faust

CH LUCENE’S JULIETTE Std. Jeanine A. Sudinski

AM. CAN. CH LUCENE’S SCARLET ROSE Std. Cherri G. Thomson

GCHB MAJESDACH CARMEL MACCHIATO Min. Karen Bronson

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

CH MERIDACHS LADY IGRAINE Std. Liz Tuttle

CH MERIDACHS MAID MARIAN CD, CG Std. Liz Tuttle

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CH MERIDACHS ZERITA Std. Elizabeth O. Tuttle

MIDERNOCHS MS GENNIFER Std. Patricia Ridgard & Theresa Geoffrey

CH NICK’S JULIANNE Std. Audrey Nick

NICK’S RAVEN BEAUTY S Std. Audrey Nick

CH OLGA OF ROSE FARM Std. Gina Leone Middings & Pat Leone

GCH PARADISE’S RED HOT GOSSIP GIRL MS Min. Helen Paradise

CH PENNY CANDY V WESTPHALEN Std. Peggy Westphal

CH PINEWOOD’S PRETTY PENNY MS Min. Elaine Hanson & Kristine Nielsen

CH PRUITT’S ADDSIM PEACHE Std. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

CH PRUITT’S RAVEN Std. Margaret Pruitt

CH RITES OF SPRING V Std. WESTPHALEN Robert Palmer

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

ROXANNA ROSE Std. Margaret & James Pruitt

GCHB ST. CROIX’S TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE OF ROSE FARM MS Min. Joan K. Musil

CH SANDAR’S APRIL DEN GRIG Min. Daryl Turner, Arthur Sanderson & Elaine Hanson

SUNRISE VALERIE MS Min. Gloria La Tour

CH TAIL’S END PHAEDRA Std. Louise McCarl

CH TANZEE’S JAKI S Std. John & Mary Sheward

CH TIMBAR’S BOLD CHANCE Std. Janet Wayock

TERRAVILLA’S A LITTLE WHOOPEE Std. Diana MacPherson & Patricia Ridgard

TIMBAR’S MAJOR BARBARA Std. Janet Wayock

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

GCHB TUDORGLENS BURLESQUE

V BENBON MS Min. Bonnie Gold

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

Dual CH VALONA’S HEAVEN HELP US Std. Ruth Martucci

CH VILLANOL’S DIANA Std. Jean Carvill

CH VILLANOL’S RACHEL Std. Jean Carvill & Faith Hoffman

VINDACHS ABBY GAIL MS Min. E. Richard & Twyla J. Vincent

CH VINDACHS BLACK TORNADO MS Min. E. Richard & Twyla J. Vincent

CH VINDACHS DARK STORMI NIGHT Std. E. Richard & Twyla J. Vincent

CH VON LUCKNER’S DAINTY BESS Std. John Beasley

CH VON RELGIB’S IMAGE Std. Ethel Bigler

CH VON RELGIB’S SILHOUETTE Std. Ethel Bigler

CH VON RELGIB’S STYLE Std. Ethel Bigler

CH VON RELGIB’S VISION Std. Ethel Bigler

CH WHISTLESTOP’S KANDEE KANE SS Std. Kandi Kostic

CH MIDERNOCHS SEXTUS WIRE Std. Pat Ridgard & Diane Perry

CH NONE SUCH GHOST OF A CHANCE Std. Robert Fowler

CH PONDWICKS HOBGOBLIN Std. Dee Hutchinson

CH RAYDACH’S DO ME A FAVOR SW Std. Shirley Ray

MBIS, MBISS, GCHS RAYDACHS FIRE DOWN BELOW V GLEISHORBACH Std. Shirley Ray, Marie Sakoda and James Sakoda

BISS CH RAYDACHS GREAT BALLS OF FIRE Std. Shirley Ray

CH SAYTAR’S LITTLE Std. BOHANNON Mrs. Alan Robson

CH SIOUX’S HERMANN Std. Sue McClelland

CH VANTEBE DRAHT TIMOTHY Std. Peggy Westphal

CH WESTPHAL SHILLALAH Std. Peggy Westphal

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

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WIREHAIRED BITCHES

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

CH BROWNWOODS TOP DOT MW Min. Roger Brown & Jerry Cerasini

CH DWAIN’S NEVER NEVER SAY NO Std. John & Nancy Thompson

CH ENGLELONG DUET V SCHWALBE MW Min Janet & Robert Schwalbe

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

CH HOLLYDACHS BETSY ROSS W Std. Lucy Moden

CH HUNDELEBEN UTOPIA SW Std. Carlos Puig

GCHG KADELL’S SMART ‘N PRETTY W Std. Laura Reynolds, James & Catlin Cahill

CH LEGIBACH RAIN FOREST CRUNCH SW Std. Gina L. Middings & Pat Leone

CH MANORIE DACH’S CLOUDBURST W Std. Hal Biermann

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

CH RAYDACHS MEERFRAU MELUSINA Std. Shirley Ray

MBIS/MBISS GCH ROSETHORN UNIQUE ANSWER Min. Sheila Parish

CH TARLYN’S LULLABY AT MINSMERE MW Min. Azalea A. Alvarez

GCH DC VSCHWALBES PRINCESS LEIA MW Min. Robert & Janet Schwalbe

CH WALDMEER’S PICK THE DAISY Std. Richard & Patricia Roder

CH BRODNY IT HAPPENED ONE NITE Std. Fred & Carol Vogel

CH CHARLAMAR’S NOAH W Std. Charlotte Lee

CH CHRIS HARBOR’S PATRIOT MW Min. Betty Christian

CH EJ’S TOP GUN MW Min. Emma Jean Stephenson

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

GCH KADELL’S BLACK GOLD W Std. Laura Reynolds, Catlin & James Cahill

CH BRUNSWIG’S XENOBIA MW Min. Helen Schuh

CH CHRIS HARBOR’S JEZABEL MW Min. Jim & Betty Christian

CH CHRIS HARBOR STARLET MW Min. Betty Christian

CH DEL PRADO’S BRAZO SKI GOODY Std. Ann Bischel

CH DIAGRAM LESSA OF PERN MW Min. Dianne Graham

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

CH BARHAR MINNIE’S BOY Std. Charles Baris & John Hart

CH BARHAR TAKE ME ALONG Std. Lucy Moden

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

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

CH BRAZOS SKI GOODY’S FAVOR Std. James & Marie Sakoda

CH BRODNY SCHOOLHOUSE NIGHTGAME Std. Fred & Carol Vogel

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

CH DOLLIDACH WALDMEER BLUE CHIP Std. Sue McClelland

GCH DAYBREAK’S AWESOME IMAGE W Std. Deborah Krieg

GCH DAYBREAK’S CLASSIQUE CRUISER W Std. Deborah Kreig

ENERGY ELEGANCE BUFORI Min. Tamara Cook

CH FANCY THAT ANTHONY SW Std. Tonta McHale

Dual CH HANS SOLO SCHWALBE JE Min. Robert & Janet Schwalbe

CH HERICHER’S PRIME CANDIDATE MW Min. Jim & Betty Christian

Dual CH I SPY MUTINEER W CD JE Std. Selma McNamara

CH JERIC’S DUDELDOOP W Std. Lynn Cope

CH JOYDACHS

TOMBAR’S JOLTIN JOE Std. Joyce King, Jan French & Joy Perry

GCHB KADELL’S RUSTIC GOLD W Std. Laura Reynolds, Catlin & James Cahill

GCH LONE PINE FRERE JACQUES MW Min. Sue Hauser

CH MEADOW DOX’S JP MORGAN SW Std. Marguerite Susnis

CH MELODY RUNS VAGABOND LOVER MW Min. Ed Barringer

BISS AM/ENG/IRISH Std. CH RAYDACHS TOM CRUSIN’ ON Chris & Anne Moore

CH SANDAR’S TINY TALES MUNRO MW Min. Sharon Jadich

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

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

CH WESTPHAL’S TIMBER W Std. Frank & Mary Castoral

CH WESTPHAL TOMTEN OF BRODNY Std. Fred & Carol Vogel

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

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WIREHAIRED BITCHES

BONE-A-PARTS BABUSHKA Std. Henry & Jan Winther

BONE-A-PARTS BAMBOOZLE Std. Henry & Jan WintherC

CH BOOT HILL SACHETIN’ SADIE Std. Alta Bassett & Rosemary Berardino

BOOTHILL TK CANDY BAR Std. Ann & Otto Bischel

CH BOREAS SETTING FIRE Std. TO THE RAIN SW Gail Tutt & Tracy Olson

GCH DC BOREAS THERE’S SOMETHING SEXY ABOUT THE RAIN SW Std. Gail Tutt & Tracy Olson

CH BRIERHILL JUBILEE W Std. Tonta McHale & Lucy ModenCH

BRODACHS

SHADOWED BY ANGELS Std. Patricia Brooks, Diana MacPherson & Patricia Ridgard

CH BRODACHS SHADOW DANCER W Std. Patricia Brooks & Eric Brooks

CH BRODNY SCHOOLHOUSE APPLAUSE Std. Fred & Carol Vogel

CH BRODNY SCHOOLHOUSE EL Std. Judy Anderson, Fred & Carol Vogel

GCH DC CAMRIDGE LOVE IS BOREAS Std. Gail Tutt & Tracy Olson

CANEBRAKE ZELDA WIRE Std. Frank & Monica Canestrini

CH CHRIS HARBOR’S WIRE STRUDEL MW Min. Jim & Betty Christian

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

CH CORNUS RAILWAY VOYAGER Min. Marie Hamake

CH DAIQUIR’S GINGER SNAP MW Min. Cookie & Glenn See

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

GCHB DC DHARMADACHS ARR DENALI STAR SW HH Std. Leslie Savoye

CH DAYBREAK’S AWESOME BLOSSOM W Std. Deborah Krieg

CH DAYBREAK’S PAINTED DAISY W Std. Deborah Krieg

CH DAYBREAK’S WOODLAND BREEZE W Std. Debby Krieg

CH DAZZLE’S NOBODY’S FOOL W Std. Kenneth H. Levison

CH DYNADAUX GIRL ON THE MOON MW Min. Cyndy Senff

CH ENGELONG SHADY LADY MW Min. Arlene Adams Grizzard

ENTOURAGE SWEET-N-LOW MW Min. Judy Todd & Johanna Primeaux

GCH EX SENTIA DEAR LORELEY IN THE SKY SW Std. Shirley Ray

FAULKNER’S LORI OF ENGLELONG W Std. Charlotte Lee

GEORGIA DACHS MONICA W Std. John & Nancy Thompson

CH GEORGIA DACHS SUNSET W Std. Jackie Donoghue

FC GERTE VOM DORNENFELD JE Std. John & Jolanta Jeanneney

CH GULLY FARM ENGLELONG BUG MW Min. Mary West

CH GUNNSTOCK WHICH HAZEL MW Min. Karen Lynn Gunn

CH HILLANDACH’S CHARLENE PRUITT Std. Pam Fleming

CH HILLANDACH’S SO HELP ME HANNAH Std. Pam Fleming

CH ICON’S I’M A MUFFIN TOP YERNOT Std. Kathy Toomey, Barbara Hainline, Jamie Harshfield and Doug Toomey

CH I SPY AFTERNOON DELIGHT W CD BN Std. Selma McNamara & Nola Patient

Dual CH I SPY AMERICAN MAID W TD Std. Selma McNamara

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

CH JERIC’S DANIELLE Std. Dan Harrison & Fran Colonna

CH JERIC’S MANDY W Std. Lynn Cope

JERIC’S PUFF N STUFF W Std. Lynn Cope

CH JERIC’S TEXAS TWO STEP W Std. Lynn Cope

CH JERIC’S WILD FLOWER W Std. Lynn Cope

CH J-WALK LUCY IN THE SKY WITH DIAMONDS SW Std. Judy Walker

GCHP KADELL’S GOLD DUST W Std. Laura Reynolds, James & Catlin Cahill

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

CH KADELL’S ONLY IN AMERICA Std. Laura Reynolds, James Cahill & Catlin Cahill

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

CH KADELL’S SAPHIRA W Std. Laura Reynolds, James & Catlin Cahill

CH KADELL’S WOODLAND ROSE Std. Laura Reynolds & James E. Cahill

CH KELMIC’S HENNY PENNY WIRE Std. Charles Froehlich

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

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

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

CH MANORIE DACH’S RUFF WEATHER W Std. Marjorie O. Brooks

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

CH MISCHIEVOUS SUNDANCER W Std. Selma McNamara

DC NEUENRADE WIRE ME A WILLOW MW SHH Min. Denise Gehring, Dana Gehring & Diane Parker

CH RAGTYME WATERLILY Std. Lynn Blackbourn & Heather Jones

RAILWAYS DEBUTANTE Std. R. Hand & N. Bowen

CH RAYDACHS LIL’ SURFER GIRL SW Std. Shirley Ray

MBIS, MBISS, GCHP. RAYDACHS PLAYING WITH FIRE V GLEISHORBACH Std. Shirley Ray, Marie Sakoda and James Sakoda

CH RAYDACH’S SIRENEN DER LORELEY Std. Shirley Ray

CH RAYDACHS TUMBLING DICE Std. Phyllis Arnold and Shirley Ray

CH RAYDACHS WIRE WIRE PANTS ON FIRE V NOVAMI Std. Shirley Ray

BISS CH RAYDACHS YOU QUACK ME UP SW Std. Shirley Ray

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

GCHB ROBINWOODS CHAMPAGNE AND DIAMONDS W Std. Cindy Nilesz

ROMANDACHS RETURN TO CINDER NW JE Min. Rebecca Decker

CH ROSE FARM’S HILDEGARD W Std. Mrs. Albin Holder

CH ROSE FARMS NANCY V BOONDOX Min. Sheila Parish

CH ROSETHORN CHIPPEWA MAIDEN MW Min. Sheila Parish

CH SADSACK RELOKATE TO SHEDATEAR Min. Carolyn Sue Hauser

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

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

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

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

CH SAYTAR’S BLONDE BOMBSHELL MW Min. Sharon M. Ehr & Michael Reed

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

GCH DC SAYTAR’S JADA PINK-IT CDX RAE MX MXJ XF CGC VC Std. Maryanne Santomauro

DC SCOSHIRE SCHERIZADE O’ SIDDACHS CD, RI, NAJ, OAP, OJP, ME, EE2, CA, THDN, CGC, TKN Min. Constance & Gary Fisher

Am/Can/Intl CH SHORT SHADOWS DIAMOND IN THE RUFF JE Std. Carolyn Casoria & Christopher Casoria

CH SIOUX’S HARD HEARTED HANNAH Std. Alta Bassett & Rosemary Berardino

CH SOLO’S HARBOR MAYDEN W Std. Edna K. Martin

CH SOLO’S MARINA W Std. Debra & Robert Ingold

CH STARBARRACK STAR SAPPHIRE Std. Abe Puchall

CH STONYVALE TEQUILA SUNRISE Rose Marie Ross & Ivy Frank

CH THREESTEPS OPAL W Std. Harvey Mueller

CH TRELANE MAGGIE MAY Min. Judy Todd and Tamara Cook

FC TUSOKSORI UGRASZTO HUSNIYA Std. Sherry Ruggiere

FC ULRIKA VON MOSSBACH-ZUZELEK Std. Larry Gohlke

CH UNSERHUNDS DP BITTE LUCK W Std. Mark & Nancy Eby

CH VON SCHLEGEL’S LIL’ AGATHA MW Min. Patricia Slagal

GCH VSCHWALBES CAMELOT MW Min. Robert & Janet Schwalbe

DC VSCHWABLE’S ETTA JAMES MW Min. Robert and Janet Schwalbe

CH WALDMEER’S LOTTIE MS. CHIEF W CGC Std. Kandi Kostic

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

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

CH WHISTLESTOP’S ELECTRA W Std. Patricia Madsen

CH WHISTLESTOP’S FRANJELICA SW Std. Peggy Susnis

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

CH WILLERHAVEN ANASTASIA Std. Kathy & Pat Willer

GCH DC WINDSWEPT DOLLIDACHS DHARMA LIFE FORCE SW CGC HH Std. Leslie Savoye

CH WYREPATCH’S CINDER’S V STEFRA Std. Georgia Estes

CH D’KRIEGER DIGGER DEL WALDMEER Std. Lynn Blackbourn

CH DRAKESLEAT MATT RIMONY Min. Joella Maser

CH ENGLELONG WHIPPER SNAPPER MW Min. Betty Adams

CH EZ GOINS OSCAR WIRE MW Min. Robbie Loyd

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

CH EZ GOINS THE REAL DEAL MW Min. Robbie Loyd

CH EZ GOINS WHEELER DEALER MW Min. Robbie Loyd

CH FRIEDOX FALLING FOR YOU MW Min. Barbara Friedman

CH KATANDRA’S CPL O’REILLY MW Min. Betty Potts

DC LACI’S SEAMUS HARPER MW RA TD AX OAJ AXP AJP CGC VC Min. Cindi S. Todd

GCHB RAGS RUFF N ROWDY MW Min. Marie Dorris

CH ROEBUCK’S FUND W Std. Peggy Westphal

CH SOUTHWOLD BRO RAT V USONIA W Std. Sherwood W. Sackett

CH VON ABBSDACH’S TOBIAS MW Min. Sue Abbs

CH WHISKIE’S HI HO HENNEREE Std. Ell & Barbara Clounch

CH WHISTLESTOP’S GUY WIRE Std. Lynne Allen

WIREHAIRED DOGS

CH ALEGNA’S AMERICAN EXPRESS MW Min. Robbie Loyd

CH BROWNWOOD ASSAULT OF STONE VALLEY Min. Darcy Quinlan, Jerry Cerasini & Roger Brown

CH WILHEEN’S KNIGHT WIRE Min. Constance Jones

CH WYNDEL’S KNIGHT ON THE TOWN MW Min. Pat Wynne

CH WYNDEL’S MICHELOB MW Min. Pat Wynne

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CH BAR K NINE DIAMOND SPARKLE W Std.

BEDROCS WARRIOR PRINCESS RN Min. Robin Mathews

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

CH CEDAR HILLS BARBERA WHINE & ROSES MW Min. Marie Dorris

CH CHRIS HARBOR DEBUTANTE MW Min. Betty Christian

CH CORNUS ANASTASIA Std. Kate & Gilbert Daniels

CH CORNUS ENDEAVOUR Std. Kate & Gilbert Daniels

CH CORNUS ISABELLE Std. Marie Hamaker

CH CRISCROSS CINDER V HAYWIRE Min. William & Marcella Gemmell

CH CROWE’S LILI MARLENE Std. Don Smith

GCHB DC DHARMADACHS DLW PHOEBE SNOW SW Std. Sybyl Swan

CH DE SANGPUR SPRITE Std. Peggy Westphal

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

DOMINOS DOT TO DOT Min. Roger Brown & Jerry Cerasini

CH DOMINO’S LIL’ PUMPKIN PATCH MWP Min. Melissa M. Keshlear

DYNADAUX ME AND MAXINE MW Min. Cyndy Senff

ENGELONG KISS ME KATE MW Min. Betty Adams

ENGLELONG STARDUST MW Min. Betty H. Adams

CH ENGLELONG URSULA MW Min. Byers Adams

Dual CH EVITA V EDELWEISS JE CGC Std. Patricia A. & Gerald W. Price

CH EZGOIN CELEBRATION STATION MW Min. Robbie Loyd

Dual CH EZGOINS GATORATOR MW Min. Robbie Loyd

CH EZGOINS GI JANE MW Min. Robbie Loyd

CH EZGOINS REBA MCENWIRE MW Min. Robbie Loyd

GO LUCKY TICKET TO PARADISE MW Min. Marie Dorris

CH FANCY THAT CAROLINE SW Std. Joan Mattie

GA DACHS ROSIES RED MAJESTY Std. John & Nancy Thompson

GCH HUNU LIL MISS FIRECRACKER MW Min. Marie Dorris

CH I SPY BE PATIENT BARB WIRE Std. Selma McNamara

Dual CH I SPY INTEGRITY W Std. Selma McNamara

CH KADELL’S PRETTY WITHOUT TRYING W Std. Laura Reynolds, James Cahill & Catlin Cahill

CH JAKE’S MASQUERADE SW Std. Nancy H. Sutphen

JERIC’S ALEXANDRIA W Std. Lynn Cope

CH JERICS CHINA DOLL W Std. Lynn Cope

CH KANAWHA’S KIOWA MAID V BOONDOX Std. Lynn Cope

CH LK’S EXTENSIVE DAMAGE MWD Min. Lisa & Michael Young

CH LK’S PANDEMONIUM Min. Lisa & Michael Young

CH LK’S SHE’S ALL THAT MW Min. Lisa & Michael Young

CH LOSTDOG’S AMAZING GRACE Std. John & Nancy Thompson

CH LOSTDOG’S YUBA W Std. Ruth Martucci

MERRI-KING LIL SASSY Min. Betty Potts

MIDERNOCHS RACHEL Std. Patricia Ridgard & Diana MacPherson

MIDERNOCH GABRIELE DEL BAIN MW Min. Sharon Bain

CH PEGDEN’S MUSTANG SALLY MW Min. Elizabeth F. Fuselier

PONDWICK’S PADSTOW PRIDE Std. Gilbert Daniels

CH PRAIRIEDACHS MISKA MW Min. Betty Potts

CH PRELUDE N EJ’S HANNAH’S ANGEL Min. Christine Heitzman

GCH RAYDACHS BRANDY SHE’S A FINE GIRL SW Std. Kristi Martin

CH RE:JOYCE BLYTHE SPIRIT SW Std. Joyce B. Wilson & Emily Wilson

CH ROSE FARM’S MOON BOW W Std. Dee Hutchinson

CH ROSE FARM’S MOON ROCKETTE Std. Dee Hutchinson

CH ROSE FARM’S RUFFIAN W Std. Dee Hutchinson

CH ROSETHORN LUCKY CHARM MW Min. Sheila D. Parish

CH ROSETHORN NORTHERN LIGHTS MW Min. Sheila D. Parish

GCH SANDECKEL KORDACHS’ BRANDYWINE RIVER MW Min. A. Janelle McCord & Sandra Combs

CH SIOUX’S HEIDI VOM CHIKA Std. John & Sandy Cave

CH SIOUX’S WISH UPON A STAR SW Std. Sue McClelland

CH SOLO’S DISTINCTLY DINAHMITE Std. Patti Nelson

CH STARBARRACK FANTASIA SW Std. Joyce B. Wilson

CH STARBARRACK MAIN COURSE SW Std. Joyce Wilson

CH TECKELWOOD MADONNA Std. Kathleen H. Sahlin

CH VAL-JEAN’S BARBIE DOLL MW Min. Susan A. & William F. Buck, Jr.

CH VERDON’S ALANA MW Std. Vera Falco

WALDMEERS MS VICTORY V MEADOW DOX Std. Marguerite Susnis

WESTPHAL’S BERRY W Std. Frank & Mary Castoral

CH WESTPHALS LUSH LIFE O’BRODNY Std. Fred & Carol Vogel

CH WILHELMINA’S MYSTICAL MAN MW Min. K. Joanne Tarby

CH WILHELMINA’S RONI MARONI MW Min. Judith Baillis

Dual CH WINNY VON BOSER CD, ME Min. Ursula Koch

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Show, Purina Event Center

Sherrill Snyder

Marci

Scott Deans

Marci Forrester

Host Hotel

Event

Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

Smooth: Eline de Groot

Debby Krieg

National Rally, Purina Event Center

Jeanne Ramirez

Showcase, Purina Event Center

Education

Clinic, Purina Events Center

Purina Event Center

Classes Purina Event Center

Parade of Veterans, Purina Event Center

One Variety, Purina Event Center

Lorraine Simmons

Eric Henningsen

Wires: Dianne Graham

Lorraine Simmons

Obedience, Purina Event Center

Judge: Jeanne Ramirez

On, Purina Event Center

Purina Event Center

Purina Farms, 200 Checkerboard Drive, Gray Summit, MO Host Hotel - Holiday Inn Six Flags: Eureka, MO (15 minutes from Event Center) $122.95 plus tax nightly room rate • Two room limit per reservation •$35 non refundable dog show fee Reservations by phone only by 2/17/2023: 800-782-8108 or 636-938 6661 (mention DCA to secure room rate) CONFORMATION & COMPANION EVENTS Hosted by the Dachshund Club of America Event Chair: Carl Holder 1130 Redoak Dr., Lumberton, TX 77657, candachs@aol.com Sunday, March 19 • Afternoon RV Check in, Purina Event Center Monday, March 20 • National Agility Trials Purina Event Center Agility Judge: Ronda Bermke • Move In Purina Event Center • Welcome Reception, Host Hotel Tuesday, March 21 • DCA Obedience and Rally Trials, Purina Event Center DCA Obedience Judge: Robert Burgin DCA Rally Judge: Robert Burgin • DCA Board Meeting, Host Hotel Dallas/Ft Worth Specialty Show, Purina Event Center ~ Longhair: Ronda Bermke ~ Smooth: Aubrey Nash ~ Wirehair: Lynne Allen ~ Junior Showmanship: Ronda Bermke Wednesday, March 22 • DCA Obedience/Rally Problem Solving Seminar, Purina Event Center • DCA Obedience C Match, Purina Event Center • DCA Education Expo and Ice Cream Social, Host Hotel DCA Board Host
~ Longhair:
~ Smooth:
Forrester ~ Wirehair:
~ Junior Showmanship:
Thursday, March 23 • DCA Annual Meeting,
DCA National Sweepstakes, Purina
Center* ~ Longhair:
~
~ Wirehair:
• DCA
Rally Judge:
• DCA Stud Dog
• DCA Handling
• DCA Judge
Classroom,
Friday, March 24 • DCA Regular,
• DCA
• DCA Nationals,
~ Longs:
~ Smooths:
~
~ Junior Showmanship:
• DCA National
Obedience
• DCA Judge Education Hands
Saturday, March 25 • DCA Junior Showmanship,
DCA Nationals Remaining Varieties & Best of Breed, Purina Event Center • DCA Annual Dinner, Host Hotel FIELD TRIALS Hosted by the Mission City Dachshund Club February 28 – March 1 • National Field Trial Windsong Acres, Kirbyville, TX Open Dogs: Michael Pitisci, Bill Dyer FCH Dogs: Heidi Myers, Leslie Savoye Open Bitches: Heidi Myers, Bill Dyer FCH Bitches: Michael Pitisci, Leslie Savoye March 2 – March 3 • Mission City Dachshund Club Field Trial* Windsong Acres, Kirbyville, TX March 4 – March 5 • Mission City Dachshund Club Field Trial* Windsong Acres, Kirbyville, TX EARTH DOG TESTS Hosted by the Dachshund Cub of St. Louis March 18 • Dachshund Club of St. Louis Earth Dog Test* March 19 • DCA National Earth Dog Test* TRACKING TEST Date & Judges TBD* * Pending AKC Approval Information will be updated as received, check on the DCA 2023 FB Page
The Dachshund Club of America Newsletter Best of Variety Longhair GCHB Syringa & Riverwind Promise Not To Tell SL Lynne Dahlén, Editor • N961 Mayflower Road Appleton, WI 54913 DCA Website: dachshundclubofamerica.org
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