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SUMMER/AUTUMN 2020, Volume XLIV, Number 2

The Dachshund Club of America Newsletter Lynne Dahlén, Editor N961 Mayflower Road Appleton, WI 54913 Official DCA Website: dachshundclubofamerica.org

CAN DOGS IDENTIFY COVID-19 VIA SCENT DETECTION? LETTER FROM THE DCA 2020 SHOW CHAIRMAN REGISTER OF MERIT, TOP PRODUCERS 2019 JUST HOW IMPORTANT IS SUPPORTING JUNIOR HANDLERS? OBSESSION’S 4TH TRIPLE CHAMPION! REMEMBERING IRIS LOVE


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officers

President

2nd Vice President

Recording Secretary

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

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

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

1st Vice President

Treasurer

Corresponding Secretary

Walter Jones 23 Golf View Drive Englewood, FL 34223 wjones@wyattfirm.com

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

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

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

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

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“Dazzle” Most recently we have trained and been certified to do Therapy work with adults and children as well as reading with children. With Dazzle’s spunk and energy I wondered how she would like the more sedate therapy work, but she is a natural. She loves to cuddle up with patients and quietly lay her head on them while they pet her. The hospital staff is always amazed at how she seems to understand what the patients need. She will go from bouncing down the hallways and greeting all the staff one minute to very gently snuggling up next to someone in need of her sweet face looking into their eyes. 2

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Can Dogs Identify COVID-19 via Scent Detection? by Andy Zunz, Executive Editor, NAVC, Todays Veterinary Practice Reprinted with permission

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The University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine launched a training program to determine if dogs can identify people with COVID-19 using scent detection, a useful tool in potentially screening asymptomatic carriers. The program is designed to first determine if trained dogs can successfully identify COVID-19 positive samples in a research environment, and then if that ability can be transferred to a human in a real-life scenario.

4 Advertisers Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 New Members & Applicants. . . . . . . . . . .

HEALTH & WELFARE Articles on COVID-19 Detection by Dogs, Hemangiosarcoma, Snakebites . .

6 How Important Are Junior Handlers?. . 18 by Melissa Heymann

DCA Board Meeting Minutes. . . . . . .

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by Vicki Spencer

Gastric Dilatation/Volvulus in the Dachshund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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by Deneice Van Hook, DVM

Just How Important Are Junior Handlers?

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Cancellation of DCA 2020 Nationals, Letter from the Show Chairman . . . . by Melissa Heymann

It has been said time and time again that juniors are the future of the sport. This statement holds a great deal of truth, however, and as the world changes into a digital landscape, it seems that interest in showing dogs is slipping. Support for our junior handlers is an important way to ensure the future of purebred dogs. As a Junior, Angela Lloyd qualified to compete in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show five times. In 1998 Angie was awarded Best Junior Handler at both Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show (with an English Springer Spaniel) and Crufts Dog Show in England (with a Whippet).

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Election Results, 2021 National Earthdog Test, Field Trials and 2022 National Election Results for Specialty Judges . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

28 In Memory of Iris Love . . . . . . . . . . . 29 by Denis Flaim

A Dachshund at the AKC Obedience Classic, Winter 2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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ABOVE & BELOW GROUND Barn Hunt & the Earth Dog . . . . . . .

In Memory of Iris Love

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In a dog world filled with fascinating personalities and marquee names, Iris Love was a standout. A breeder of champion Dachshunds – which she named after the ancient gods and goddesses whose temples and artifacts so fascinated her – Love was also associated with a number of top-winning Pekingese. En route to the theater, ballet, or opera, “no matter where we went in New York City, everyone knew Iris, from the great celebrities to even all the restaurant wait staff and doormen.” Ms. Love, 86, died of the novel coronavirus on April 17 at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center inManhattan.

COVER STORY Obsession’s 4th Triple Champion . . .

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by Deneice Van Hook, DVM

WEAVES & RETRIEVES Teach Your Dogs Tricks and Earn Titles Too! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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by Karen Scheiner MORE WEAVES & RETRIEVES

Trick Dog Titles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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by Wendy Snyder

43 Newsletter Policies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Specialty Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Obssession Dachshund’s 4th Triple Champion by Deneice Van Hook, DVM

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I was already keeping two wonderful girls from the litter so I had placed this little one. However, at the last minute her prospective owner decided she wasn’t ready for another dog. As luck would have it, by the time the sale fell through, Dazzle had wormed her way into my heart. I certainly didn’t NEED three girls from the same litter! Smart, energetic, agile, sweet and oh so very willing, she showed great potential for performance so she stayed and am I ever glad she did.

Top Producers, Top Ten All Venues 2019, Register of Merit Listings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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by Ann And Bob Wlodkowski

Letters To & From the Editor Corrections/Changes . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Excerpts from the American Dachshund Magazine. . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Welcome to the “Health and Welfare”segment of the Newsletter. It is hoped that DCA members will submit ideas for this section of the magazine as well as articles about experiences pertaining to the healthcare of their dogs that will be of interest to other readers.

Please send ideas, suggestions and articles to the Dachshund Club of America Newsletter Editor.

Can Dogs Identify COVID-19 via Scent Detection? Penn Vet Aims to Find Out. A new training program aims to determine if dogs can identify COVID-19 infected humans via scent detection. by Andy Zunz Executive Editor, NAVC, Todays Veterinary Practice A dog’s incredibly sensitive sniffer could play a big role in coronavirus response efforts. The University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine launched a training program to determine if dogs can identify people with

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COVID-19 using scent detection, a useful tool in potentially screening asymptomatic carriers. The program is designed to first determine if trained dogs can successfully identify COVID-19 positive samples in a research environment, and then if that ability can be transferred to a human in a real-life scenario. “There’s strong evidence that this is going to work,” says Penn Vet Working Dog Center Director Cynthia Otto, DVM, PhD. “Our biggest question is: what are the confounders that makes it more challenging? Does influenza smell like coronavirus? We don’t know. What we’re hoping is that through the training, we can help the dogs hone in on a very unique odor, but until we have a lot of samples and have tested a lot of people we won’t know that.”

these dogs only have to learn the odors and not the process.” • Obtain the virus “The very first point that we’re going to address is the proof of concept. Is there a unique odor associated with COVID-19 infection? We do that by taking COVID-19 positive samples that are collected at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and

Here’s how the research will work, according to Otto: • Learn the wheel “The very first step is working with an amazing trainer—Pat Nolan at Tactical Directional Canine— who’s currently pre-training these dogs. These dogs have learned how to find a synthetic odor, a training odor, and they’ve already learned how to use the scent wheel. So, once we get the samples and are ready to go,

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the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and processed to inactivate any live virus. That’s important because we to be very safe.”

move to an operational setting. What does an operational setting look like? We equate to how it works in an airport with our explosive detection • Set the stage “Those samples are put in dogs. You walk through a security specialized containers that were developed by screening and you walk by a dog, and our colleagues at the Army Chem Bio Center, if you have something they are going to and they allow the odor to come out without the alert. They freeze or, depending on substance within coming out. Those are put on a what is best in that environment, we scent wheel, which has another seal on it so the might ask them to sit or lie down. dogs can’t get to the container.” If all goes well, Otto plans to document the proper training • Find the scent “We start by allowing the dogs technique to allow others around the to sniff the container from a COVID-positive country to train working dogs to patient. That happens and suddenly a bell goes identify the scent. off, treats descend, and it’s a party. So, the dog’s “What’s important is that they’re Dr. Cynthia Otto works with Casey at the Penn Vet Working Dog like: whoa, what did I do to earn all of these able to identify individuals who are Center in a program unrelated to the COVID-19 training. Photo by amazing treats? But they have no idea. So we do positive for COVID-19, and that’s going Eric Sucar/Penn Vet that again and again with positive samples. to take a lot more time,” says Otto. “We Then, we introduce a sample that is not COVIDneed to make sure we’re dealing with following the Scientific Working Group on Dog 19 positive. They sniff, and think: where’s my dogs that are resilient, reliable, and comfortable and Orthogonal Detector Guidelines in order to treat? What’s different about this? They start to in that environment, and that we’re putting all of maintain a high standard. realize that there is something unique about the those safety measures in place.” “But we know for some things the dogs are samples from COVID-19 patients. We don’t The team at the Working Dog Center has more accurate than the confirmatory test,” says learned from its research in the field of Otto. “If we can document the dogs are reliable, medical detection, particularly how maybe they will become an FDA-approved test. dogs can detect ovarian cancer. But until then, we would use them for “We’ve also learned from our foray screening.” into diabetes alert, and currently we have a project where we’re doing The initial research is using 8 Labrador infection detection, looking at the retrievers ranging from 1 to 1.5 years old that ability of dogs to detect biofilms,” says are “green,” or new to detection training. Otto. “All of this has helped us It will only take a few weeks for these 8 dogs to understand how we might apply the determine whether COVID-19 has a traceable wonderful skill of the dog’s nose to see Lucy, a trainee at Penn Vet’s Working Dog Center, participates in a scent, but several more months after that for the scent detection training program. Photo Courtesy of the University of if we can somehow advance the full operational training to be completed. screening for COVID-19.” Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine “The other thing to consider is that we’re But Otto’s optimism comes from training a dog. There are many places that may know what that is, and we may never know research being done across the pond, where potentially benefit from this. So, it’s just a drop although our chemists are working to find out Medical Detection Dogs UK has worked on in the bucket. How do we address the scaling of what odors are different.” malaria detection. this out? We’re hoping to develop the techniques “They’ve even been able to confirm that the that will allow people to safely train dogs to do • Hit a moving target “So, that’s our first proof dogs can pick up the odor in asymptomatic this,” says Otto. of concept, if the dogs can indeed do that. And patients, and that is really encouraging,” She estimates that if all goes well, qualified we have pretty strong confidence based on all says Otto. working dogs trainers might be able to get other the evidence from other diseases that they can The scent detection would likely be used as a dogs up to speed in about 4 to 6 months after do that. That pulls the trigger for two different pre-screening if successful; dogs could quickly this program is completed. things to happen: one, our chemists and our scan people in a crowded environment or waiting The field of canine medical detection has colleagues who are developing an electronic to enter a building and identify individuals who great growth potential, Otto says, but nose move forward to see if they can develop a would need further testing. But Otto will be opportunities for funding and attention at this tool for screening. So, they will develop a scale do not come along often. She hopes to chemistry-based screening mechanism expand this canine detection tool in the future. and an electronic screening “We’re about to start a project with chronic mechanism. Then, we will move forward to see if wasting disease in deer. That’s a prion disease, the dogs can recognize that odor when so we’re very excited to think about how the a person is holding it. What we set up dogs could be used to identify deer that are in our initial proof of concept is a really affected or areas that are affected,” says Otto. isolated environment without a lot of “We did a proof of concept looking at an distractions, so they had a very clear invasive species, spotted lanternflies, where we scent of the odor. When we move to a trained the dogs to see if they could identify person, we have to make sure the dog where the eggs are being laid by this invasive is not overwhelmed or confounded by pest. And, indeed they were able to. the odor of the person, so we need to “My dream would be to have a proof of do that with several people, in different concept center where we could take an emerging positions, and moving.” disease and test to see if the dogs could do this and provide resources for others to train dogs at • Test new scenarios “If all of that Poncho, 1 of the dogs in the Penn Vet COVID-19 research program. a scientific standard.”! works, then we think about how we can Photo by Pat Nolan/Penn Vet continued page 10... Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

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Dr. Daniel Vallera, a professor at the University of Minnesota Medical School and Masonic Cancer Center, invented a drug known as eBAT, which stands for epidermal growth factor (EGF) bispecific ligand targeted angiotoxin. The goal of using targeted toxins is to selectively kill tumor cells, while minimizing damage to normal cells. eBAT is particularly suited to treat hemangiosarcoma because it targets tumor cells and the blood vessels that support them. With CHF funding (Grant 01889-G: Innovations in Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Cancer Goldens Lead the Way and Grant 02234-MOU: A Novel Approach Club for Prevention of Canine Hemangiosarcoma), a research team at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine studied the use of eBAT to treat canine splenic hemangiosarcoma. Results from the first clinical trial were published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics.1 Twenty-three dogs participated and received eBAT via slow intravenous infusion every other day for three treatments after splenectomy and before starting standard chemotherapy with doxorubicin. Chemotherapy in this trial was delayed until three weeks after the first dose of eBAT. Results showed that eBAT was safe and potentially effective against canine hemangiosarcoma. The six-month survival rate improved from less than 40% in a comparison group to approximately 70% in the treatment group (meaning 70% of dogs were still alive 6 months after diagnosis). Six dogs lived more than 450 days (approximately 15 months). Unfortunately, half of the dogs eventually developed metastatic disease. This left investigators wondering if modifying the dosing schedule for eBAT could improve clinical outcomes. A second clinical trial was conducted using eBAT to treat splenic hemangiosarcoma with a modified dosing schedule. For this trial, dogs received three cycles of eBAT (three rounds of three every other day infusions) and chemotherapy with doxorubicin was started on day 8 of the trial. Results recently published in Veterinary and Comparative Oncology3 showed that the increased dosing of eBAT resulted in more and worse adverse effects such as low blood pressure, liver enzyme elevation, vomiting, and allergic reaction. There was also no statistically significant improvement in survival time. Additional study is needed to answer questions such as how many cycles of eBAT treatment offer the best outcome and what is the optimal timing interval between eBAT dosing and starting standard chemotherapy. While there are many variables to explore while refining the use of eBAT to treat splenic hemangiosarcoma in dogs, CHF and its donors are committed to supporting promising studies like these so that veterinarians may soon have new and more effective tools to treat this deadly cancer. CHF is also supporting a multi-institution clinical trial (CHF Grant 02534: Clinical Trial for Evaluation of Propranolol and Doxorubicin in the Treatment of Canine Hemangiosarcoma) studying if the drug propranolol, commonly used to treat heart disease, is helpful in treating canine hemangiosarcoma. Propranolol has been associated with better outcomes when used to treat human angiosarcoma, a cancer similar to hemangiosarcoma. This collaborative approach examining potential treatment tools for dogs and humans with cancer will speed our progress and improve outcomes for both species. Learn more and join CHF in our fight against hemangiosarcoma at akcchf.org/hemangiosarcoma.!

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Closing Date: November 4, 2020 Researching New Treatments for Canine Hemangiosarcoma Author: Sharon M. Albright, DVM, CCRT, 6/05/2020

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emangiosarcoma is a deadly cancer of the cells that line blood vessels. It most commonly affects the spleen, heart, and skin of dogs. While skin tumors can often be cured by surgical removal, the prognosis for splenic hemangiosarcoma is poor due to microscopic spread of cancer cells throughout the body by the time it is diagnosed. The average survival time for dogs with splenic hemangiosarcoma following surgical removal of the spleen (splenectomy) is only 2 months, and only 10% of these dogs will be alive one year following surgery. The average survival time increases to six to eight months when dogs are treated with splenectomy and chemotherapy. There has been little improvement in our ability to treat canine hemangiosarcoma over the past several decades. However, there is reason for hope. The AKC Canine Health Foundation (CHF) and its donors have supported studies on a promising new treatment for this dreaded cancer.

References: 1 Borgatti, A., Koopmeiners, J. S., Sarver, A. L., Winter, A. L., Stuebner, K., Todhunter, D., ‌ Vallera, D. A. (2017). Safe and Effective Sarcoma Therapy through Bispecific Targeting of EGFR and uPAR. Molecular Cancer Therapeutics, 16(5), 956–965. 2 https://doi.org/10.1158/1535-7163.MCT-16-0637 3 Borgatti, A., Fieberg, A., Winter, A. L., Stuebner, K., Taras, E., Todhunter, D., Masyr, A., Rendhal, A., Vallera, D. A., Koopmeiners, J. S., & Modiano, J. F. (2020). Impact of Repeated Cycles of EGF Bispecific Angiotoxin (eBAT) Administered at a Reduced Interval from Doxorubicin Chemotherapy in Dogs with Splenic Hemangiosarcoma. Veterinary and Comparative Oncology. 4 https://doi.org/10.1111/vco.12590

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Overview of a Snakebite By Sharon M. Gwaltney-Brant , DVM, PhD, DABVT, DABT, University of Illinois Last full review/revision July 2013 | Content last modified July 2013

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enomous snakes of North America are members of either of two families: 1) the Elapidae or coral snakes (Micrurus spp); or 2) the Crotalidae, or pit vipers (rattlesnakes [Crotalus spp], cottonmouth moccasin [Agkistrodon piscivorus], and copperhead [A cortotrix]). Elapids are generally restricted to southern edges of the USA, whereas crotalids are dispersed across the continent. Because of their wider distribution and less secluded natures, bites by crotalids are much more common than elapid bites. Rattlesnakes account for most snakebite-related deaths in people and domestic animals in the USA. Although Australia is home to a large number of venomous snakes from the families Colubridae, Hydrophiidae, and Elapidae, the most clinically significant venomous species are elapids, particularly the black (Pseudechis), brown (Pseudonaja textilis), Taipan (Oxyuranus sp), and tiger (Notechis scutatus) snakes. Crotalids have long, hinged, tubular fangs with which they strike, inject venom (a voluntary action), and withdraw. Many bites by vipers reportedly do not result in injection of substantial quantities of venom and are therefore termed “dry bites.� Crotalid venom is typically hemotoxic, necrotizing, and anticoagulant, although a neurotoxic component

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is present in the venom of some species, eg, the Mojave rattlesnake (C scutulatus scutulatus). North American elapids have short fangs that deliver a neurotoxic venom that paralyzes the respiratory center. Except for death adders (Acanthophis spp), the venom delivery system of which resembles that of crotalids, Australian elapids tend to have relatively short, grooved to tubular fangs. The venoms of Australian elapids may have neurotoxic, myotoxic, procoagulant, anticoagulant, and/or hemolytic properties; pronounced cardiovascular abnormalities have been associated with envenomation by tiger and brown snakes. Fatal snakebites are more common in dogs than in other domestic animals. Because of the relatively small size of some dogs in proportion to the amount of venom injected, the bite of even a small snake may be fatal. In dogs and cats, mortality is generally higher in bites to the thorax or abdomen than bites to the head or extremities. Because of their larger sizes, horses and cattle seldom die as a direct result of snakebite, but deaths may follow bites on the muzzle, head, or neck when dyspnea results from excessive swelling. Serious secondary damage sometimes occurs; livestock bitten near the coronary band may slough a hoof. Snakebite with envenomation is a true

emergency. Rapid examination and appropriate treatment are paramount. Owners should not spend time on first aid other than to keep the animal quiet and limit its activity. The following commonly touted measures are ineffective and can be potentially harmful: use of ice, cold packs, or sprays; incision and suction; tourniquets; electric shock; hot packs; and delay in presentation for medical treatment (waiting until problems develop). Diagnosis: In many instances, the bite has been witnessed, and diagnosis is not a problem. However, fractures, abscesses, spider envenomations (see Spiders and Scorpions), or allergic reactions to insect bites or stings could all potentially be confused with a snakebite by the inexperienced eye. When possible, the dead snake should be brought along with the bitten animal; mutilation of the snake’s head should be avoided, because this may hinder proper identification. Some bites do not result in envenomation or have been made by nonvenomous snakes. In Australia, venom detection test kits have been developed to detect the various snake venoms and determine the continued page 14...


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Overview of a Snakebite continued from page 12... appropriate antivenom to use, but these appear to be infrequently used for veterinary patients. Typical crotalid bites are characterized by severe local tissue damage that spreads from the bite site. The tissue becomes markedly discolored within a few minutes, and dark, bloody fluid may ooze from the fang wounds if not prevented by swelling. The epidermis may slough when the overlying hair is clipped or parted. Hair may hide the typical fang marks. Sometimes, only one fang mark or multiple punctures are present. Neurologic signs, including muscle fasciculations, are possible if neurotoxic crotalid venom is involved. In elapid snakebites, pain and swelling are minimal, and systemic neurologic signs predominate. Signs of coral snake envenomation include tetraparesis, ptyalism, tachypnea, shallow/abdominal breathing, depressed gag reflex, ataxia, muscle fasciculation, decreased spinal reflexes, and quiet mentation. Australian elapid bite victims may show collapse, vomiting, ptyalism, tremors, tachypnea, urinary and/or fecal incontinence, tetraparesis, hemolysis, coagulopathy, rhabdomyolysis, swelling at the bite site, renal failure, and/or delayed immune-mediated hemolytic anemia (red-bellied black snake). Treatment: Intensive therapy should be instituted as soon as possible, because irreversible effects of venom begin immediately after envenomation. The bite site(s) should be shaved, and the wounds cleansed thoroughly with germicidal soap. For animals bitten by crotalids, the leading edge of tissue swelling should be marked on the skin with a magic marker at frequent intervals to monitor the spread of tissue injury. All snakebite victims should be monitored closely for a minimum of 24 (crotalid) to 48 (elapid) hours for the development of clinical signs. Treatment for crotalid envenomation should be directed toward preventing or controlling shock, neutralizing venom, preventing or controlling coagulopathy, minimizing necrosis, and preventing secondary infection. Any dog or cat presented within 24 hr of a snakebite showing signs of crotalid envenomation requires intensive treatment, starting with IV crystalloids to combat hypotension. Rapid-acting corticosteroids may be of benefit in the first 24 hours to help control shock, protect against tissue damage, and minimize the likelihood of allergic reactions to antivenin; however, prolonged use of corticosteroids is not recommended. Monitoring for the development of echinocytes or coagulopathy is recommended, because these are often early signs of severe envenomation.

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Antivenom is the only direct and specific means of neutralizing snake venom. Antivenoms available against North American pit vipers include equine-derived polyvalent antivenin, ovine-origin polyvalent F(ab) fragment antivenin, and equine-origin polyvalent F(ab)2 fragment antivenin. The F(ab) antivenins use the F(ab) components of the immunoglobulin molecule, resulting in an antivenin that has lower risk of allergic reaction, faster reconstitution, and potency similar to that of the polyvalent immunoglobulin. Antivenin is most effective if administered in the first 6 hours after the bite, although improvement in clinical condition may be seen after antivenin administered ≥24 hours after the bite. In the unlikely event of an anaphylactic reaction to the antivenin, 0.5–1 mL of 1:1,000 epinephrine, with or without

antihistamines such as diphenhydramine, should be administered SC. In severe envenomations, multiple vials of antivenom/antivenin may be required, although this is frequently costprohibitive in veterinary patients. Antivenin generally helps significantly in managing the pain of a crotalid bite, but opioid analgesics may be used as needed for residual pain. If coagulopathy (thrombocytopenia, disseminated intravascular coagulation, etc) occurs, appropriate treatment, including blood replacement products and heparin sodium (in mini dose at 5–10 U/kg/hr or low dose at 50–100 U/kg, SC, tid), should be administered. Hemoglobin glutamer-200 (bovine) or hetastarch may be helpful to manage hypovolemia; however, colloids should be used with caution because of their potential to leak

out of damaged vessels and pull fluids into tissue beds. Several potential pathogens, including Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Clostridium spp, Corynebacterium spp, and staphylococci have been isolated from the mouth of rattlesnakes. However, the incidence of wound infection after snake bites is low, and many clinicians use antibiotics only when significant tissue necrosis is present. Broad-spectrum antibiotics such as amoxicillin/clavulanate or cephalosporins are preferred. Tetanus antitoxin also should be considered, especially in horses, and other supportive treatment should be administered as needed (eg, blood or plasma transfusions in the case of hemolytic or anticoagulant venoms). In most cases, surgical excision of tissue is impractical or unwarranted. Antihistamines have been reported to be contraindicated, but diphenhydramine hydrochloride (10–50 mg, SC or IV) has been shown to be helpful to manage fractious patients and may possibly assist in minimizing risk of allergic reactions to antivenin. Animals bitten by elapids may be treated with supportive care as needed (IV fluids, ventilatory support, anticonvulsants, etc) and antivenom/antivenin, if available. Ventilatory support is frequently required for 6−8 hr in animals experiencing Australian elapid envenomation; additional vials of antivenom can reduce ventilator time. Antivenom against coral snake venoms is no longer being manufactured in the USA, although some practitioners have received special permission to import coral snake antivenom from Mexico. In Australia, several antivenoms/antivenins are available for use in veterinary patients. A polyvalent antivenin is available for use when the identity of the snake cannot be ascertained, and many clinicians prefer to use the polyvalent antivenin for all envenomations. Additionally, animals bitten by Australian elapids should be monitored for development of coagulopathy, hemolysis, renal injury, cardiovascular abnormalities, or rhabdomyolysis; appropriate treatment should be instituted as needed. As with crotalid bites, broad-spectrum antibiotics may be indicated if there is risk of infection of the bite wound. Prognosis: The prognosis of snakebite depends on the type and species of snake, location of the bite, size of the victim, degree of envenomation, and the time interval between the bite and the institution of treatment. Animals that survive elapid bites generally make full recoveries, but crotalid bites can result in longterm sequelae due to tissue necrosis (amputation, loss of function, etc), depending on the severity of the bite and the promptness and aggressiveness of treatment instituted.!


CH Roserun’s Wandering Minstrel X GCH DC Rare Treat’s I Wont Back Down JE

King finished his Field Championship with multiple firsts and best open all ages in the tough Southern California conditions. Has 3 Majors, 2 Specialty and 1 all breed with limited showing - all from the Bred by class. He is just 2 points away from finishing! Bred, owned and handled by

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Florida Gulf Coast Dachshund Club Start your New Year with Back to Back Concurrent Specialties

4 Shows in 2 Days ~January 22 and 23, 2021~ Friday

Specialty Judge: Eugene Blake Sweepstakes: Pat Prellwitz Junior Showmanship: TBA Tampa Bay Kennel Club Judge: Mr. John P. Wade

Saturday

Specialty Judge: Jerry Cerasini Sweepstakes: Barbara Dubitsky Junior Showmanship: TBA

Clearwater Kennel Club Judge: Ms. Bonnie Linnell Clark

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unior Handling is an important part of the world of purebred dogs. It has been said time and time again that juniors are the future of the sport. This statement holds a great deal of truth, however, and as the world changes into a digital landscape, it seems that interest in showing dogs is slipping. Support for our junior handlers is an important way to ensure the future of purebred dogs. I had the pleasure of discussing juniors with Angela “Angie” Lloyd, a former junior, current AKC professional handler and juniors judge. Angie began showing in conformation shows when she was eight years old, and started showing in juniors at the age of ten. At that time the age range for junior handling was 10-18 years old (it is now 9-18) and Angie competed all eight years. During that time she qualified to compete in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show five times. In 1998 Angie was awarded Best Junior Handler at both Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show (with an English Springer Spaniel) and Crufts Dog Show in England (with a Whippet). As a judge, she has awarded best junior handler at the Westminster Kennel Club dog show (2019). She also has judged Junior Handling in Mexico, Iceland and at the European Winner show in Oslo. Norway (2015).

well as several Best Junior wins. “Jeanie” later became a mother, producing two multiple best in show winners and a DCA best of variety winner. Angie has carried on breeding from these lines ever since and continued assisting the Fowlers for a total of ten years. Shortly after this time Angie became a professional handler and Dachshunds have continued to be a main breed that she handles.

Just How Important is Supporting Junior Handlers? An Interview with Angela Lloyd

to the next generation of juniors as well as generations of juniors to come. (See link to AKC junior programs and offerings at the end of this article)

Breeders: Angie states that each relationship between a breeder and a junior is different. Many breeders are supportive of juniors, some looking to support a junior so they can have a free handler at a dog show, others because they see that the junior has a real interest in their breed and want to help coach and encourage the next generation. Ultimately, a breeder-junior relationship should be formed between people that share the same interest and respect for improvement of the breed.

Kennel Clubs (Including Parent Clubs): Angie believes that clubs play different roles when it comes to supporting juniors. The problem many clubs face is that not all junior handlers have a family that is fully involved in showing dogs so it is harder for them to reach out to the entire population of juniors in their area. She feels that all clubs should offer a discounted or free membership to juniors to encourage involvement. The Dachshund Club of

By Melissa Heymann, DCA Junior Showmanship Chair Assisted by Sandy Arnold, DCA Board Liaison

Angie’s interest in supporting Junior Showmanship begins with her vast experience and success. Support for juniors comes from different groups within our sport, and I am sure everyone can relate to at least one of them in some way or another. Angie has provided her advice and tips for these groups, which we have broken down into the following:

Parents:

Angie’s involvement with the Dachshund breed began in 1993 when she started working as an assistant for Jane and Robert Fowler. Angie was exposed to the proper care, grooming and showing of the dachshund while working for the Fowlers, and she attributes what she learned from them to be of high importance for her foundation in the breed (as well as being mentored on proper structure and breed type). In 1995 the Fowlers gifted Angie with her first dachshund, a miniature wire female, CH Farmeadow’s Bear With Me MW “Jeanie”. This was the start of a successful team. Angie showed “Jeanie” to her AKC championship as

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Angie advises parents to allow juniors to be as much or as little involved in showing as they would like. Showing dogs should not be something a child is forced into, so let your child have the freedom to develop their interest in the sport. That being said, if your child is interested in participating, encourage that interest! The role of a child’s parent is important because they are the support system and should encourage positive healthy competition. Junior Handling is a fabulous way for young people to learn kindness and respectful interactions between competitors. I may add that it is an important time to let juniors get to know and follow the AKC Code of Sportsmanship.

Former Juniors: Angie says that former juniors should always be supportive and ready to give back to current juniors. These individuals are excellent mentors

America offers free membership for juniors (without voting rights) until the age of eighteen. Angie also feels that if juniors have the time to contribute to their dog clubs, they should be encouraged to get involved but it is the responsibility of those clubs to make sure the tasks youngsters are asked to do are something within their knowledge range, allowing them to provide assistance. It is important that minors need to be protected and supervised appropriately. Make sure the tasks fit the ability & maturity of the Junior. Ask them what they enjoy doing to help the club/show and build on it to challenge their skill level. Some may start with smaller tasks, like taking water to judges and building to things like handing out armband numbers, marking catalogs or even stewarding with supervision. Angie suggests that it is important for parent clubs to offer activities during the national specialty to promote breed education for the juniors attending. This could be offered as a one evening, shorter version of the judges education seminar for the kids. Order pizza or have ice continued on page 22...


GCHS Jarbsy's Let the Crazy Out (CHIC#113941) x GCH Jarbsy’s Carly von Skaer (CHIC#142534)

Badger Dachshund Club (March 2020) Pictured at 11 months old, Best of Opposite in Sweeps, Dr. Shan Jumper Winner’s Dog & Best of Winners (5 points), Mrs. Frances Colonna Breeders: Sandy Arnold, Barb Skaer & Anne Schmidt Owner: Sandy Arnold 812-322-1842 • jarbsydox@gmail.com (Thanks to Melissa Heymann for showing assistance)

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Breeders: Anne Schmidt, Pamela Voelz & Barbara Skaer Owner: Laura Mateljan

DUAL CH HALE’S HUDSON SL JE RN CGC VC Sire: DC Stardust's Hot Rod Lincoln, RA, NJP, VC FCH STARDUST ONE WAY OR ANOTHER RA JE ROMX DC SOLO’S PREMIERE SL JE ROMO Dam: CH V Skaer Stardust Goodbye Girl CH KARLINA VON SKAER L

Lightning Strikes as Vinny wins a Specialty BOV out of a huge entry at the Badger Dachshund Club’s 60th Anniversary show. He has an exceptional “old” pedigree, and very correct size and structure. Thanks to all for the kind comments about this very special boy, we are so proud! Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

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Junior Handlers continued from page 18... cream and help the Juniors get to know each other while learning. The seminar could cover the basics of the breed standard to prompt thought and could also include a mini-hands-on

where juniors are invited to be the judge. Additionally, many clubs offer financial assistance for expenses to the junior members who qualify to show at Westminster and/or the AKC National Invitational. The Dachshund Club of America has a financial assistance program for this in the form of a $300 stipend per show (juniors can contact the DCA Junior Showmanship Chair, Melissa Heymann via

THE DACHSHUND CLUB OF AMERICA, INC. BOARD MEETING MINUTES Saturday, January 25, 2020 New Orleans, LA Meeting opened at 8:02 a.m. In attendance: Carl Holder, Fran Colonna, Vicki Spencer, Cheryl Shultz, Dan Burke, Kathy Lockyer, Denise Siemssen, Georjan Bridger, Ken Levison, Walt Jones, Paul Martin, Connie Fisher, Larry Sorenson, Deneice Van Hook, Sandy Arnold, and Michael Pitisci Absent: Lorraine Simmons, Cindy Niles, and Debby Krieg No guests were present.

President’s Report: Carl shared that Judy Anderson had passed away. Motion was made and adopted to dedicate DCA 2020 to Judy Anderson. He announced that the DCA booth at the Meet The Breed event in Orlando won 1st in the Hound Group.

Recording Secretary: A motion was made and adopted to approve the October 9, 2019 minutes. Vicki reported she was able to get in touch with all of the local clubs to update contact

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mzheymann@gmail to learn the qualifications and to submit a request for this financial stipend).

School and Education In terms of academic education Angie believes that it is the parents role to decide what works best for their child. Angie went to her local public schools and did not miss days that were not approved by her principal ahead of time. She also attended college and earned her Bachelor's of Science in Business Finance from Penn State. I was introduced to Angie at my first DCA in 2008 when we sat at the same table at DCA awards dinner. I had just aged out of juniors several months prior and will never forget what her advice to me was...she said, “Go to college, then once you have a degree, decide what you would like to do in dogs.” I have always kept this advice close to my heart and did go to school to become an Art Teacher and have continued showing dogs as a personal hobby. I am now an AKC licensed judge for Juniors and with the juniors I have mentored, I have also passed on Angie’s advice. We have listed many roles on how most everyone can support Junior Handling. How many future professional handlers, dog show judges, veterinarians, lawyers and most importantly breeders have we missed opportunities in fostering? Just going to watch Juniors and cheering them on can make them feel important and valued. Juniors ARE the

information. She reported contacting 55 clubs. She also reported a new dachshund club, Laurel Highlands Dachshund Club of Pennsylvania, had formed.

Corresponding Secretary: Cheryl received an email from a previous DCA member offering plates as trophies for DCA. The policy is only DCA trophies are to be given at DCA. There was a clarification that crate tags being made for all of the 2021 Triathlon competitors are not considered to be trophies. A DCA member had emailed the Board concerning the DCA Annual Banquet. Because many of the Board members had previously received complaints about the awards portion of the banquet taking too long, it was agreed to have a visual with all names being recognized listed. The first in each category will be announced with the rest standing in recognition. Certificates will be available to be picked up. Awards will be given out first, followed by the banquet. Denny and Sandy will organize a power point which will include photos of the winners. Cheryl will respond to the member’s email.

Treasurer’s Report: Ken had emailed Board members his financial reports. Discussion followed. Ken will check on the $972.00 in lost checks and will report back to the Board. He reported in 2019 support from Purina came to $9,241.68. A question came up concerning the

future of dog sports! The American Kennel Club has many great resources specifically for Juniors and their supporters on their website (www.akc.org/sports/juniors/), Resources include scholarship opportunities, special events, a newsletter, a facebook group, their mentor program and much more.

For Dachshund Club of America membership information, go to: www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/membershipinformation/

cost of using PayPal. It was agreed it was worth the small expense due to the convenience to both members and the club. Motion was made and adopted to approve the 2020 budget recommendations.

AKC Delegate’s Report: Larry reported on the voting results from the December 2019 Delegate Meeting. Amendment to Chapter 3, Section 22, of the Rules Applying to Dog Shows – Dog Show Classifications, which would allow dogs registered with an acceptable foreign or domestic registration to participate in Miscellaneous, making the language applying to registration numbers consistent with Chapter 11, Section 1. This proposal passed Amendment to Chapter 11, Section 8-A, of the Rules Applying to Dog Shows – Dog Show Entries, Conditions of Dogs Affecting Eligibility, which removes the requirement for an injury to have occurred for an Event Committee to disqualify a dog that has attacked a person or a dog at its event, presenting a hazard to persons or other dogs. This proposal was sent back to the committee. He also reported that he was working with other breed delegates who also have weight requirements. DCA strongly supports the adoption of a scale that is accurate at 11 pounds, has a nonskid surface, large enough for the dog to place all four feet on the surface, easy


to read and that locks on the correct weight and is easy to reset to zero. Larry reported being on the AKC Breeder Committee which has created a Best Bred By winner to be offered at all-breed shows and National Specialties. Eligible dogs do not have to compete in the Bred By class. The winner will receive a free AKC litter registration. Offering this is not mandatory. Clubs will have the choice as to whether to offer this. AKC has requested that Parent Clubs select someone to review dachshund photos sent in to be displayed on the AKC website. Kathy Lockyer will oversee this.

Revision to AKC Breed Flyer: Cheryl had emailed board members a revised flyer to be reviewed.

Membership: The Board went into Executive session at 10:30 and reconvened at 10:38. Holly Huff, Tracy Harvey, Jody Dean, and Terri “Chrissy” Holman were voted into membership.

COMMITTEE REPORTS: Juniors: Sandy Arnold reported she has been working with Melissa Heymann to create a list of ideas to support our juniors. Items discussed were to encourage our specialty clubs to offer juniors, offer ideas and tips on how clubs can attract junior entries, publish interviews/articles on juniors for the DCA fb page and in the Newsletter, offer "Swag Bags" to juniors at DCA, locate juniors, who show dachshunds, and invite them to join DCA, and look into the possibility of educational scholarships for juniors. Sandy and Melissa will also publish tips on how local clubs, breeders and parents can support juniors.

“knowledge” such judges have regarding Dachshunds.” A motion was made and adopted to highly recommend a club make every attempt to pair a field trial judge with less than ten trials with a judge who has more than ten trials. Since FT rule changes must be approved by AKC before implementation this motion will not go into effect until DCA receives AKC approval. The PEC committee also sent a recommendation for revising Procedure 3-D in the Dachshund field trial regulations. The text below shows the current version of 3-D in black. The proposed addition of the text is shown in red. “3-D Collars. If a dachshund under judgment wears a collar, it shall be a well-fitting collar with nothing hanging from it and with no attachments other than tags for identification purposes. Dachshunds may wear tracking collars at the option of the club. The collar surface against the dog’s neck shall be flat (no protrusions). While the dachshunds are under judgment, handheld devices must be turned off. Handheld devices may be turned on only after the dachshund has been eliminated from competition by the judges or judgment has ceased. Special Training devices that are used to control and train dogs, including but not limited to, collars with prongs, electronic collars used with transmitters, muzzles and head collars may not be used on dogs at AKC events, except as allowed in the AKC Rules, Regulations, and policies.” This recommendation is almost verbatim to a revision made to the AKC Beagle field trial regulations in 2017.

being alternates.

Unfinished Business: Motion was made and adopted to accept the revised AKC Dachshund Flyer as presented to the Board.

Annual Field Trial: An email from Lorraine Simmons, President of Dachshund Club of New Jersey was discussed. Motion was made and adopted to dissolve the DCA Annual Field Trial. Versatility Program Point Schedule: A motion was made and adopted to accept the Versatility Committees recommendations with the exception of EE going to 10 points and Master ED to 7 points.

NEW BUSINESS: DCA Newsletter cover : A motion was made and adopted for the DCA Newsletter covers be as follows: (1)The Nationals Issue cover must include the Best of Breed winner and may also include the High In Trial in obedience, Absolute winner of the DCA Field Trial and the winner of the Triathlon. The back cover of the Nationals issue will include the BOV of the other two coats and the Best Junior Handler. (2) The cover of the other issues will be either a new triple champion or a new 7-way dachshund (as currently defined). (3) If none of these are available, the Newsletter editor will have the cover approved by the DCA Newsletter liaison.

AKC Stud Dog and New Champion Report: Because of a concern with sending out personal information found on these reports, they will no longer be sent out to members requesting them until Cheryl contacts AKC to find out their feelings on this.

Triathlon Rules Update: PEC: In response to the Board’s request to review the Earthdog judging requirements, the PEC committee is recommending no change. In response to the Board’s request to review the Field Trial judging requirements, the PEC committee proposed the following change: Replace Chapter 5, Section 1, Paragraph 5 of the Dachshund field trial regulations which currently reads: “The two judges for every stake must have a combined history of judging at least 10 AKC licensed or member hound field trials.” with the following: “For all regular classes, a judge who has judged less than 10 AKC licensed or member Dachshund field trials must be paired with a judge who has judged 10 or more AKC licensed or member Dachshund field trials.” The committee also responded with the belief that it would not be prudent to block the use of experienced Basset and Beagle judges. The committee feels “the proposed modification should not prove unduly onerous to those clubs who rely on the occasional use of nonDachshund fanciers but, will hopefully, address the concerns periodically expressed about the

Motion was made and adopted to accept the recommended change of adding Rally Ex/Advanced/ Masters and Rally Intermediate to the Triathlon program AND adding TDU to the Tracking portion.

Board Meeting Attendance

Motion was made and adopted to send a request to AKC to add to the AKC FT Rules book the wording “Dachshunds may wear tracking collars at the option of the club. The collar surface against the dog’s neck shall be flat (no protrusions). While the dachshunds are under judgment, handheld devices must be turned off. Handheld devices may be turned on only after the dachshund has been eliminated from competition by the judges or judgment has ceased.”

SPECIAL COMMITTEES: Nomination Committee Selection: Debby Kreig will chair the committee. Monica Martin, Paula Carter, Diane Poranski and Eric Henningsen will be asked to be on the committee with Pam Reed and Wendy Snyder

There was a discussion concerning creating meeting attendance requirements for Board members. It was noted that this change can only be achieved through a by-law amendment. Carl will check on the duties and responsibilities of a Board member to be sent out by the Nominating Committee to be given to the people who are considering running for a Board position.

Newsletter Online: Board members will informally poll members to find out their thoughts on the Newsletter being offered online only. The next meeting will be held in Mesquite, Texas April 30th at 6 p.m. Meeting adjourned at 2:15 p.m. Submitted by Vicki Spencer, DCA Recording Secretary Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

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Gastric

Dilatation/Volvulus

in the Dachshund by Deneice Van Hook, DVM

So you come home, one day and your dachshund isn’t there to greet you at the door. Instead you find him standing with his back arched, pacing nervously, perhaps salivating and dry retching. You try to figure out what is going on and upon further evaluation you see that he seems to be having trouble breathing, his abdomen seems to be distended and he grunts or seems painful when you touch it. Your first thought may be that he is having an IVDD episode or like many dachshunds he ate something in the yard that didn’t agree with him. You might be right, but I would like you to consider that he might be suffering from something else. Many dachshunds are also prone to gastric dilatation (distension of the stomach) and possible volvulus (rotation of the stomach) and if that is what he has it is a true emergency. Left untreated it will probably result in collapse and death within hours. Even treated, the mortality rate is often 15% to 45% depending on how quickly it is treated. Gastric Dilatation /Volvulus (GDV) is most often thought of as a disease of large breeds (i.e. Great Danes, Weimaraners, St Bernards, German Shepherds, Irish and Gordon Setters, Standard Poodles, and Doberman Pinschers) but our breed is also at risk. One major risk factor is being deep chested, especially if the thorax is narrow which may cause the anatomical relationship between the esophagus and stomach to impact on the ability of the dog to allow air to escape from the stomach (or burp). Gastric Dilatation /Volvulus (GDV) is also known as Gastric Torsion or

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Bloat. It is a condition where the stomach fills with gas and rotates, usually clockwise, on its long axis anywhere from 90 to 360 degrees, sort of like a long balloon that is pinched off on either end. The gas that collects in the stomach is thought to come mostly from swallowing air although bacterial fermentation of carbohydrates also occurs. In addition, fluid accumulates from normal stomach secretions and diffusion from the blood. Then the usual ways that air escapes from the stomach (via vomiting, burping, or emptying into the intestine) are obstructed for some reason and not working properly. This is not fully understood but is thought to be due to both functional and/or mechanical obstructions. Volvulus can occur before or after dilatation. When the stomach distends and flips, it causes significant problems. Some organs like the spleen become displaced and still others are severely affected. Major blood vessels (the caudal vena cava and the portal vein) become compressed preventing adequate blood from returning to the heart from the abdomen causing shock and affecting many other organs including the liver, kidneys, heart, pancreas, stomach and small intestine. Blood flow to the stomach is compromised and the stomach wall can rupture. The heart often is affected with arrhythmias (irregular or abnormal heartbeats) and cardiac damage. As shock progresses, the pancreas may release myocardial depressant factor that reduces the ability of the heart to contract and significantly continued on page 32...


Desert Valley Dachshund Club Along with the Dachshund Club of America Present our 64 & 65th Specialty Shows th

October 30, 31 & November 1, 2020

NEW LOCATION! San Marcos Golf Resort (Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts) 1 N San Marcos Place • Chandler, AZ 85225 Judges: DCA Friday: Conformation - Clair (Kitty) Steidel Sweepstakes: Mark Stephenson DVDC Saturday: Conformation and Junior Showmanship - Frances H. Colonna Sweepstakes: Michelle LaFlamme Haag DVDC Sunday: Conformation - Steve Wolden Show Secretary Cheryl Cazier 2926 N 34 Place, Phoenix, AZ 85018 Email: Showsbycheryl@gmail.com

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Election Results for the 2021 National Earthdog Test and Field Trial and Election Results for the 2022 National Specialty Judges

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The Temple of Iris Love: Remembering the Beloved Dachshund Fancier By Denise Flaim April 23, 2020 (from AKC.org)

Ms. Love died of the novel coronavirus on April 17 at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan. She was 86.

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Iris Love at the site of the Temple of Aphrodite in 1969.

n 2003, when their sister Carol was critically ill and in a coma, longtime Afghan Hound fanciers Francine and Honi Reisman entered her Manhattan hospital room to an unusual sight.

Iris Love, the famous archaeologist and dog fancier, was lying face down on the floor, her arms stretched out at her sides. “She had covered our sister with religious symbols, including a silver cross given to her by the Pope and a treasured photo of the only living Buddha, which he had bestowed on Iris,” Francine Reisman remembers. “Iris was praying for her very dear friend in her own special way.” Today, that photo of the Dalai Lama hangs in Carol Reisman’s bedroom, a testament to her eventual recovery. But the famous fellow Dachshund lover who gifted it to Reisman is now gone, though her larger-than-life persona endures.

Love Finds Temple of Love — and Dogs In a dog world filled with fascinating personalities and marquee names, Iris Love was a standout. A breeder of champion Dachshunds – which she named after the ancient gods and goddesses whose temples and artifacts so fascinated her – Love was also associated with a number of top-winning Pekingese: She co-owned “Malachy” (Ch. Palacegarden Malachy), who won Best in Show at the Morris & Essex Kennel Club in 2010 and as well as at the Westminster Kennel Club show in her native New York City in 2012. When she passed earlier this month at age 87, Love was one of the owners of another high-profile Pekingese handled by David Fitzpatrick: GCh. Pequest Wasabi, who won the 2019 AKC National Championship before continued on next page... Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

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continued from page 29... he was even two years old, and who is currently the top show dog of any breed in the country. Best known amongst fanciers for her love of Dachshunds, Love spent much of her life promoting the qualities she loved about her championship line. “Dachshunds are courageous to the point of brashness,” she said to the New York Times in 1996. “They’re also good strategists and very affectionate, although they can be a bit of the snob, too.”

says internationally respected judge Desmond Murphy, who met Love through the dog world and has fond memories of late dinners that often stretched into the wee hours of the morning. En route to the theater, ballet, or opera, “no matter where we went in New York City, everyone knew Iris,” he says, “from the great celebrities to even all the restaurant wait staff and doormen.” Indeed, it seemed there wasn’t anyone in the world Love didn’t know. Aside from the aforementioned Pope and Dalai Lama, there was a galaxy of celebrities and movers and shakers. Mentioned in pop artist Andy Warhol’s diary nine times, Love schooled Barbara Streisand and Mick Jagger in Greek mythology, and jetted to birthday soirees for moguls like Malcolm Forbes. Love herself hosted over-the-top parties where she and her longtime partner, the late tabloid gossip columnist Liz Smith, often dressed in costume. (“Iris was wearing a toga around her head and Liz Smith was in a cowboy suit,” Warhol scribbled about Love’s 1981 birthday party, rattling off a guest list that included Diana Ross and Morgan Fairchild.) Among canine cognoscenti, perhaps the most coveted invite was to Love’s annual Westminster-weekend Dachshund bash (called Honoring Show Dogs and Dachshunds in Particular) at Tavern on the Green in Central Park, where she once arrived in a chariot. A regular attendee amid the fire-hydrant-shaped ice sculptures and canines crafted out of chopped-liver paté was fellow Dachshund devotee Brooke Astor; when the famous socialite died at 105 in 2007, designer Oscar De La Renta and his wife Annette drove her dogs to Love’s weekend home in Vermont, where they lived out the rest of their lives. At Westminster in 1996 and 1999, Love’s smooth-coated Dachshunds won Best of Breed.

She Enjoyed Every Minute of Life

Iris Love with her longtime partner, Liz Smith.

Love made her name in archaeological circles in 1969 with the discovery of the long-lost Temple of Aphrodite at Knidos on the Anatolian coast of modern-day Turkey. On a sweltering July day – just as Neil Armstrong was taking his first steps on the moon – Love spotted the circular temple dedicated to the Greek goddess of love. The ensuing headlines – “Love Finds Temple of Love” – made a celebrity out of the thirty-something archaeologist, whose penchant for miniskirts and frequent use of the word “darling” made quite a contrast to her often fusty male colleagues.

The Socialite’s Circle

“Iris had to be the most interesting person I have ever known well,”

Iris Love, Carol Channing, and Arete the Dachshund at Love’s annual Tavern on the Green party in 1996.

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The daughter of Wall Street financier Cornelius Ruxton Love Jr. whose ancestors included explorer Captain James Cook and founding father Alexander Hamilton – and philanthropist Audrey Barbara Josephthal – heiress to the Guggenheim and Josephthal fortunes – Love grew up surrounded by their impressive art collection, which ranged from 2nd Century Buddha heads to Victorian marble columns. Love “was adored and respected by all,” Murphy remembers. “She enjoyed every minute of life, and it was a great privilege to be her friend.” Love often said she was inspired by the Greek goddess who put her on the archaeological map, a divinity born of sea foam who caused flowers to bloom beneath her feet wherever they touched the ground. “The horrible thing is that in many civilizations, dogs were used as sacrifices to honor the gods,” Love told New York Magazine in 1996. The goddess of love, however, never demanded such a heartless form of tribute. “And I try to follow in her footsteps.”! David Fitzpatrick and Iris Love after winning Westminster in 2012 with Pekingese "Malachy."


A Dachshund at the AKC Obedience Classic, Orlando, Florida - Winter 2019:

GOOSE CREEK’S LONGEST TALE ML UDX, VER, RAE, CGC, TDI by Nancy Andrews The Classic takes place in show cluster like no other. Dock Diving, Conformation, Agility, Obedience, Juniors Obedience and Rally, and AKC Meet-The-Breeds are all held at the Orlando Convention Center. It’s full of Bernese Mountain Dogs, English Setters, Weimaraners, Lhasa Apsos, and Xoloitzcuintle. And there I was with a left-handed mini long-hair Dachshund who weighs all of 11+ lbs. The AKC Obedience Classic consists of three rounds of competition over two days. In the Novice, Open and Utility Classes the handler/dog team competes a total of three times, once in each round, over the two-day event. Group exercises are performed in each round. Being a Dachshund (Non-traditional) team and being invited to show with all the great handler and dog teams is quite an honor. As a team, we have been invited to the AKC Classic in Orlando, FL four times and have showed three times competing with Border Collies, Golden Retrievers and Poodles by the dozen. There is no satisfaction quite like out-scoring ones of those breeds with a mini Dachs! So how did we get there? “Nathan” came to me as a gift when he was 5 months old. I went to Goose Creek Kennels in Indian Trail, NC, with the intent to look at a breeding pair. I had getting a puppy in mind, but not right then. Five month old Nathan (who was called Mason at the time) spent 45 minutes staring at my face. I would move, he would move for a better face view. Finally Lynn Rowell (one of his breeders) said “I will give him to you.” I wasn’t really sure since I wanted a puppy just then, but took him home for a trial run. Five minutes in I knew he was a keeper. He has looked at me intently for 8 ½ years. Nathan is left handed. He favors his left hand and always turns to the left. I’m not sure if this makes him the genius he is, but Nathan did earn is his Utility Dog title (UD) when he was 3 years old. By the time he had his UDX he also had several High-In-Trials and High Combined awards, as well as several Obedience Trial champion (OTCH) points. We are now working on our Rally Master title. But back to the AKC Classic. Florida weather (compared to anywhere else – especially north of Florida) was a great change to the usual climate in December. We had outdoor dining where dogs were welcome (yes, this was last year). We could walk about without being bundled up, and enjoy the warm sun. Inside the venue, each team competes three times in two days. That is a lot for any dog but Nathan takes it all in stride. He also is able to tune out all the confusion of the hundreds of dogs and people milling around. Because you compete three times, you have to remember to bring three sets of scent articles and three sets of gloves for he Utility exercises. If you forget a set, you have to run quick to a vendor and hope they have your size. Three and a half inch scent article are not commonplace. So we competed. Amid all the chaos and confusion of hundreds, if not thousands, of dogs, Nathan is my teammate and is always there for me. He aced some of the exercises, was less that perfect on others, but qualified every time. No matter what show Nathan is entered in, he always gives a crowd-pleasing performance. He has drive and you can tell just by watching him that he is surely enjoying himself out there. By the end of the second day armband 901: Goose Creek’s Longest Tale ML UDX VER RE TKN (Nathan) won the Parent Club Medallion (top score by breed). There is also satisfaction (I guess mostly for the handler) when they call your number as high score in the class and you can step out and leave the traditionals behind you. But the real reward

“Nathan” is when your teammate looks at you like you are the best person in the whole world. I have not always had this great success but no matter what kerfluffles happen during the class, I know that I have the best teammate possible. When Nathan was not competing, Dock Diving is a great sport to watch. This year at Meet-The-Breeds, there were many breeds I had never heard of or seen in person. Very educational for a dog show addict! It was encouraging to see all the Juniors competing. They are the future of all dog sports and really need to be encouraged and cheered on. In addition there is great shopping and vendors with dog things I never knew I needed! “Nathan” has been a dream come true, and taken me places I never imagined I would be. A truly wonderful gift.! Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

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Gastric Dilatation/Volvulus in the Dachshund continued from page 24... decreases survivability. The pressure on the diaphragm from a swollen stomach can prevent the lungs from expanding and interferes with breathing. The lining of the GI tract can be adversely affected and actually slough off. The cause of GDV is unknown but other than being more prevalent in deep chested, usually large breeds, many other risk factors for GDV have been postulated. Contributing factors that have been associated with GDV include but are not limited to: feeding a large volume of food at one time, exercise after a big meal, feeding only dry food, feeding small sized food, male gender, stress, low body weight, feeding from a raised bowl, eating rapidly, increasing age (middle age to older dogs), nervous temperament, having a first degree relative with GDV, and splenectomy. As you can see from this list, the reality is that GDV is probably a multi-factorial disease with no one single causation. GDV is an acute, life-threatening emergency. However, not all dogs will initially progress to full GDV. Some dogs can have chronic or partial GDV that causes periodic and/or progressive symptoms like vomiting, anorexia and weight loss. When in doubt, get to the vet IMMEDIATELY! The longer the stomach stays dilated and/or twisted, the more damage is done and the less likely the dog will survive. Gastric decompression is considered the single most important factor in preventing cardiac issues in GDV. Decompression via stomach tube can be successfully accomplished in 80-90% of dogs. Many large breed breeder/owners have their vet show them how to do this in case they cannot get to the vet immediately, but all dogs should be evaluated by the vet as soon as possible and this should be treated as an emergency even if decompression is successfully done by the owner. So what should you expect at the vet. First, they will rapidly confirm

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that it is GDV as there are other diagnoses that may present similarly (like diaphragmatic hernia). If fairly certain this is the problem, the vet will attempt to decompress the dog’s stomach with either a stomach tube, large bore needle or trocar. The vet will also try to differentiate between a simple dilatation or dilatation plus volvulus. This is done with an x-ray. The classic appearance of a “double bubble” is often seen on the x-ray for a volvulus. Vets have a saying. . . “Double bubble means trouble!” The initial objective in treating GDV is to stabilize the dog. Depending on the condition of the dog, the initial treatment may include gastric decompression, blood work, IV fluids, antibiotics, oxygen, and ECG. Tests will indicate if additional treatment for cardiac stabilization, electrolytes, or other issues is warranted. Surgery is performed as soon as the animal is sufficiently stable. Surgical objectives include evaluation of the viability of the stomach and spleen and to removal any necrotic tissue, decompression of the stomach and repositioning as needed, and tacking the repositioned stomach to the body wall to reduce chances of recurrence. Sometimes a simple dilatation without volvulus can be managed with decompression and supportive care alone, but surgery to adhere the stomach to the abdominal wall is still advised to minimize the risk of recurrence. With prompt treatment the prognosis is generally fair. It is largely dependent on the severity of damage to organs including perforation or necrosis. Postoperative cardiac arrhythmias are common. Even after treatment, significant damage can result from the release of toxins when the blood supply is restored causing acute kidney failure, liver failure, sepsis, and peritonitis. Post-operative monitoring and supportive care is imperative. Some of the factors that increase mortality include: Prolonged clinical signs for more 6 hours, pre-surgical cardiac arrhythmias, and necrosis of part of the stomach and/or spleen requiring surgical removal. Hopefully you will never need to know how to manage a GDV, but just in case, you now know what to do.!


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BARN HUNT AND THE EARTHDOG by Trudy Kawami Those of us who have been doing earthdog for some time have had the experience of watching a dog race forward toward the den entrance, check its flight and then run around all over the top it while the owner laments “I don’t understand. Rex was so good in Barn Hunt.” This sad scenario (and loss of entry fees) often happens because people think that going for a rat is the same activity wherever it happens. For some dogs it is, but for many, perhaps the majority, the differences between the two tests are significant. And in canine cognition, context is significant. In Barn Hunt the object is for the dog to find a rat in a ventilated plastic tube that has been placed in a variety of situations involving bales of straw. (Fig. 1) At the simplest level it involves merely indicating which of three identical tubes holds a rat. (Fig. 2) At more advanced levels the tube is hidden behind or on top of stacked straw bales. (Fig. 3) The dog may have to go between bales to find the rat, but the openings are large. No rats are placed in these “bale tunnels” so experienced earthdogs often ignore them. In a Barn Hunt all the activity takes place above ground. Thus the test may be successfully accomplished by German Shepards, Dalmatians, Am Staffs (Fig. 4) and other large breeds. In Barn Hunt the handler is an active participant, encouraging the dog by voice and gesture in its hunt for the rat tube. (Fig. 5) In contrast to Barn Hunt, an earthdog test, den trial or go-to-ground, (they are all words for the same thing) requires that the dog work independently once it is released by the handler. And most importantly all the action takes place underground and out of sight. (Fig. 6) In contrast to the large opening between bales in the Barn Hunt, the tunnels in an earthdog test are approximately 9 X 9 inches (Fig. 7) – a tight fit for a Glenn of Imaal Terrier and totally out of the question for a German Shepard. In earthdog

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tests the dog goes underground on its own and traverses a dark tunnel with a variety of turns. And these turns have the 9 X 9 inch dimensions as the rest of the tunnel. (Fig. 8) Thus there are physical dimensions that reflect the original purpose of the breeds that compete. Earthdog is a specific test for a specific type of the dog (I use type in the sense that it implies not only appearance – conformation - but also temperament.) For much of an earthdog test, the dog is on its own, not visible to either handler or judge. In contrast in Barn Hunt both the handler & the judge know where the dog is at all times. Another major difference between Barn Hunt and earthdog involves the quarry. Yes, both types of tests use domesticated (or laboratory) rats. But the quality of the dog’s response to the rats is quite different. In an earthdog test the dog is not only allowed, but encouraged to “work” the rats, that is bark, paw, whine, dig or chew the wood dowels that separate the dog from the area where the rats in their secure wire cage are kept. (Fig. 9) In Barn Hunt, the dog merely indicates where the rats are and in a move a bit like Scentwork the handler then has to say where the rats are. The dog does not get to grab the tube, and as soon as the handler has identified the placement of the correct tube, the

tube with the rat is taken away and the dog is led from the test area. To an experienced rat hunter this can be confusing as immediately after the dog has indicated the rat, both the rat and the dog leave. Once the rats are located the fun stops. Sometimes dogs respond by turning off, refusing to work if there is no reward for them. Contrast this to the 90 seconds of continuous, and often very noisy, work that occurs in an earthdog test, work that by its nature is selfrewarding to the dog. As kids in the Midwest my friends and I amused ourselves on rainy days when we couldn’t ride by hunting rats in the hay bales with our farm dog. So I totally get the fun of Barn Hunt. Earthdog tests, however, are based more on actual hunting, in that the dog works independently from but cooperatively with the hunter. In natural hunting the dog is off lead, it must think for itself, and boldly enter the dark hole if there is quarry. The dog must then find the quarry (rats) and tell the handler in a vigorous manner where they are. With these differences in mind one can see how a young and enthusiastic dog might not differentiate between Barn Hunt and an earthdog test. Such a dog might in both situations run around above ground looking for the rats rather than diving into the earth.. In fairness to your dog, it would be more prudent to at least get your JE (Junior Earthdog) title before starting barn hunt. Set them up to succeed, before changing the parameters of the game.! Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

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Reprinted from the AKC Events website as of 8/26/20 Contact the Event Chairs of these events with any questions. Only those events approved by AKC before this publication is printed are listed.

East Bay Dachshund Club, Inc. September 25, 2020 Reno-Sparks Livestock Event Center 1350 N Wells Ave. Reno, NV Entries for this event are limited to: 100

East Bay Dachshund Club, Inc. September 25, 2020 Reno-Sparks Livestock Event Center 1350 N Wells Ave. Reno, NV Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Dachshund Club of America, Inc. October 3, 2020 Clarke County Fairgrounds Rt. 7 Berryville, VA Web Site:http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Metropolitan Washington Dachshund Club October 4, 2020 Clarke County Fairgrounds Rt. 7, Berryville, VA Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Metropolitan Washington Dachshund Club October 4, 2020 Clarke County Fairgrounds Rt. 7, Berryville, VA Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Dachshund Club of America, Inc. October 30, 2020 NEW LOCATION! San Marcos Golf Resort (Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts) 1 N San Marcos Place • Chandler, AZ 85225 Web Site:http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

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Closing Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2020 Event Chair: John P. Wade 299 Steptoe Ln ., Washoe Valley, NV 89704-9553 jpwade508@gmail.com • 916-508-7979 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) (S) (W)

Mrs. Sulie Greendale-Paveza Mrs. Sulie Greendale-Paveza Mrs. Sulie Greendale-Paveza

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 9, 2020 Event Chair: John P. Wade 299 Steptoe Ln ., Washoe Valley, NV 89704-9553 jpwade508@gmail.com • 916-508-7979 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) (S) (W)

Mrs. Linda M. Riedel Mrs. Linda M. Riedel Mrs. Linda M. Riedel

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 Event Chair: Michele Ferreira P.O. Box 12, Lovettsville, VA 20190-0012 tuckersgreen@taylorstown.net • 703-822-4360 For additional information contact: Rachael Toren, Event Secretary 2023 Wells Manor Ave. Gwynn Oak, MD 21207-4231 (703) 622-8971 • kljaz2va@gmail.com

Judges: Breed: (L) (S) (W) Junior Show:

Dianne R. Graham Dianne R. Graham Dianne R. Graham Dianne R. Graham (p)

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 Event Chair: Michele Ferreira P.O. Box 12, Lovettsville, VA 20190-0012 tuckersgreen@taylorstown.net • 703-822-4360 For additional information contact: Rachael Toren, Event Secretary 2023 Wells Manor Ave. Gwynn Oak, MD 21207-4231 (703) 622-8971 • kljaz2va@gmail.com

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

Closing Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2020 Event Chair: Michele Ferreira P.O. Box 12, Lovettsville, VA 20190-0012 tuckersgreen@taylorstown.net • 703-822-4360 For additional information contact: Rachael Toren, Event Secretary 2023 Wells Manor Ave. Gwynn Oak, MD 21207-4231 (703) 622-8971 • kljaz2va@gmail.com

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

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Event Chair: Barbara Flowers 4091 E Pinal St., Tucson, AZ 85739-9634 weiniedox@netscape.net • 520-299-1136 For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 • cherylcazier@cox.net

AKC National Owner-Handled Series Judges: Breed: (L) Clair (Kitty) Steidel (S) Clair (Kitty) Steidel (W) Clair (Kitty) Steidel

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

Junior Show: Mrs. Lorraine Simmons (p)

Ms. Carol A. Reisman Ms. Carol A. Reisman Ms. Carol A. Reisman

Sweepstakes: Mark Stephenson


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All dates, times and addresses are as accurate as possible before the newsletter deadline date. Please consult the show secretaries or superintendents for any further information.

Desert Valley Dachshund Club October 31, 2020 NEW LOCATION! San Marcos Golf Resort (Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts) 1 N San Marcos Place • Chandler, AZ 85225 Web Site:http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Desert Valley Dachshund Club November 1, 2020 NEW LOCATION! San Marcos Golf Resort (Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts) 1 N San Marcos Place • Chandler, AZ 85225 Web Site:http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Connecticut Yankee Dachshund Club November 20, 2020 Eastern States Expo 1305 Memorial Ave., West Springfield, MA Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Connecticut Yankee Dachshund Club November 20, 2020 Eastern States Expo 1305 Memorial Ave., West Springfield, MA Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Bay Colony Dachshund Club November 21, 2020 Eastern States Expo 1305 Memorial Ave., West Springfield, MA Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Bay Colony Dachshund Club November 22, 2020 Eastern States Expo 1305 Memorial Ave., West Springfield, MA Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Dachshund Fanciers of Southwestern Washington December 4, 2020 Clark County Event Ctr. at the Fairgrounds 17402 NE Delfel Rd., Ridgefield, WA Web Site: http://www.dfsw.org

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Event Chair: Barbara Flowers 4091 E Pinal St., Tucson, AZ 85739-9634 weiniedox@netscape.net • 520-299-1136 For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 • cherylcazier@cox.net

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

Closing Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Event Chair: Barbara Flowers 4091 E Pinal St., Tucson, AZ 85739-9634 weiniedox@netscape.net • 520-299-1136 For additional information contact: Cheryl Cazier, Event Secretary 2926 N 34th Pl., Phoenix, AZ 85018-7402 (602) 885-2165 • cherylcazier@cox.net

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

Steve Wolden Steve Wolden Steve Wolden

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2020

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

Mr. Richard L. Reynolds Mr. Richard L. Reynolds Mr. Richard L. Reynolds

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 4, 2020 In conjunction with Windham County Kennel Club

Frances H. Colonna Frances H. Colonna Frances H. Colonna

Sweepstakes: Michelle LaFlamme Haag

Sweepstakes: Phillip Schafmayer

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

Mr. Dana Cline Mr. Dana Cline Mr. Dana Cline

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2020 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

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

Dr. Oleg N. Voloshin Ph.D. (p) Dr. Oleg N. Voloshin Ph.D. (p) Dr. Oleg N. Voloshin Ph.D. (p)

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 4, 2020 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

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

Vincent A. Indeglia (p) Vincent A. Indeglia (p) Vincent A. Indeglia (p)

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 18, 2020 Event Chair: Jennifer Milosavljevic 130 Spencer Creek Rd., Kalama, WA 98625-9638 codebluek9@yahoo.com • 425-737-1030 For additional information contact: Karen Burgess, Event Secretary P.O. Box 508, C/O Baray Event Services Burlington, WA 98233-0508 (360) 755-708 • dogshows@bayrayevents.com

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Dazzle was the dog that wasn’t supposed to be mine. Although I owned her dam (CH Insight's A League Of Her Own) and sire, (Multi-BISS GCH DC Dachshire Son Of A Sailor SL RN ME CGC,VC) and I whelped her litter, she was the fourth pick puppy of a liter of four girls and so she was promised to another person for a show/performance prospect. I was already keeping two wonderful girls from the litter so I had placed this little one. However, at the last minute her prospective owner decided she wasn’t ready for another dog. As luck would have it, by the time the sale fell through, Dazzle had wormed her way into my heart. I certainly didn’t NEED three girls from the same litter! Smart, energetic, agile, sweet and oh so very willing, she showed great potential for performance so she stayed and am I ever glad she did. She is now my fourth Triple Champion as well as an absolutely wonderful Therapy Dog. I waited a while to start her in the conformation show ring because her two sisters were ahead of her so Dazzle started her show career in the field. Field work is truly her greatest love. When she is on a bunny, she has her nose down and is moving fast. I know I’d better be willing to run to keep up with her or she will be gone after those bunnies. I remember one time on a very hot day I could not find her after a particularly long and great run. I walked around and around calling this little speed demon only to find her cooling off with a swim in a small pond. When she saw

me she just popped out of the water, shook herself off, drenched me thoroughly and looked at me as if to say, “All right, I feel better, now find me another bunny to track!” Although I was hot, frustrated and exhausted, I couldn’t help but laugh at her antics. Agility is her Dazzle’s second love. She has always enjoyed running on the “doggy playground. Unfortunately we had to take a year off when she was halfway to her agility championship because she suffered an injury off the course. When I felt that she had fully recovered, I dropped her down to Preferred and started over but I was concerned that she might not ever run well again. She certainly proved me wrong by attacking the courses with gusto as if she had never taken a break, tirelessly chasing that Preferred Agility Champion title. She could also be counted on for some comic relief on the course. Her favorite trick was to flop over on her back when she realized she had made a mistake so the crowd would laugh and feel sorry for her and I could pick her up and carry her off the course. What a drama queen! Even so, she is a fast little wiener and managed to take top honors in Preferred at the 2018 and 2019 Nationals. She is an absolute blast to run! She liked Conformation, but it was just for the food. She finished easily as soon as her siblings got out of the way, but performance is definitely her “thing”! She even enjoys the obedience and rally rings although she is limited by how much work I have been willing to put into it. She is awesome but I am lazy (grin). We have only completed the Beginner Novice and Novice Rally titles so far, but who knows what she may do in the future.

Dazzle loves life! She throws herself into everything she does. . . well almost everything. She loves Field, Conformation, Agility, Obedience, and Rally, but Earth Dog is her nemesis. I have tried introducing her to rats several times, but she must have had a bad experience with them in a previous life. All other types of prey are fair game and she loves nothing more than to chase bunnies, squirrels, birds, snakes, turtles, bugs, moles, and anything else that moves. . but rats have always petrified her! Now that she is older and more experienced I may try again. Wish me luck! Most recently we have trained and been certified to do Therapy work with adults and children as well as reading with children. With Dazzle’s spunk and energy I wondered how she would like the more sedate therapy work, but she is a natural. She loves to cuddle up with patients and quietly lay her head on them while they pet her. The hospital staff is always amazed at how she seems to understand what the patients need. She will go from bouncing down the hallways and greeting all the staff one minute to very gently snuggling up next to someone in need of her sweet face looking into their eyes. It always flabbergasts me how much our dogs are able to sense and react to. On more than one occasion she has refused to leave someone’s bed when I tried to move her on to the next patient because she felt the patient needed a little more time with her. I have learned to trust her instincts as she is always right. I certainly hope we have many more years visiting patients ahead of us. In the meantime, we will continue to play together and see where life takes us both! She is only limited by what I am willing and able to do with her. I will always be grateful that her prospective buyer backed out and she got to stay with me! Dazzle is dazzling!!

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• Get in (get in box) Will your doxie jump through • Sit in box (on cue) a hoop? How about roll • Hand signals (choose one; down, sit, come) over or “play dead”? Will • High five he hop into an open • Hold (an object for 3 seconds) box and sit on • Jump through a low hoop or over a low bar command? Have you • Kennel up (get in crate and stay until released) tried “spin!” and • Kiss (cheek or back of hand) “touch!”? These are • Paws up (2 front paws on low stool or step) just a few of the • Push-ups (sit, down, sit, down, sit down) skills that you can • Shake hands teach your • Spin in a circle dachshund to earn a • Touch it (hand or target) Novice Tricks title • Tunnel (agility tunnel or other) under the AKC Tricks • Handler’s choice: can be two tricks program. While many of us are staying home during the To earn the Novice Tricks title, the handler is permitted to use a food pandemic, training tricks to your lure or a toy if needed. Food and/or clicker reinforcements are also allowed. dog can be the bright light in an Because teaching tricks is less formal than teaching obedience or rally, otherwise dull and uneventful day. Additionally, even though there is a the time spent with your dog can be more casual and relaxed. There is dearth of dog shows at this time, your doxie can still earn lots of Tricks really no right or wrong way to get a kiss on your cheek or for the dog to Titles and you never need to go out! give a paw. If not occurring naturally, most of these tricks can be trained The Tricks program, which was unleashed by the AKC in May, 2017, with food. For example, if you put the food close to your face, the dog will took off with lightning speed never anticipated. In fact, the AKC instinctively lick your face! However, many of these tricks are behaviors eventually created a new department just to manage Tricks! Not only that dogs offer naturally; you just need to put a name to it. For example, were owners already in the fancy enticed into this new zone of the AKC, if the dog likes to roll over, when he does it spontaneously, tell him “good but people who had never entered their dogs -in any show- were hooked. roll over!” If he likes to sit up on his hind legs, tell him “good pretty sit!” It became a new and exciting way for bonding with their dogs. Trainers in If he likes to lick your face, tell him “good kiss!” Sometimes food reward obedience and conformation alike became intrigued by the thought of is needed, sometimes just your adding more titles to the end of praise is enough! If you say the their dogs’ names! name of the trick every time the Since March, 2020, I have had dog does the behavior, he will soon the personal opportunity to test (by learn to associate the activity with viewing videos) and pass a number the word. of dachshunds whose owners are Although this article is intended members of the Dachshund Club of to inspire the beginner trainer to New Jersey. It was clear that those earn a Novice title and beyond, to dogs were animated and obviously be clear, there are actually five (5) enjoyed the activity; their owners levels of the AKC Tricks Program. were thrilled to have an event to As you succeed up the ladder, the train and participate in. Some tricks tricks tend to get more advanced on videos included jump up, “touch” and challenging. For the a hand or a stanchion, “kennel up!” Intermediate level (TKI), the dog (dog jumps into the crate), and by Karen R. Scheiner will be required to perform a total retrieve a toy, a glove, or a of 10 tricks which may include dumbbell. At the onset of the pulling a toy on a string or rope, opening a door or a drawer, ringing a program, the AKC anointed all CGC evaluators with the authority to bell, or weave poles. Food rewards or clickers are permitted but no lures. review and approve tricks applications. In the Advanced level (TKA), the 10 tricks may include the dog walking With the advent of the pandemic this year, and recognizing that almost backwards, balance treat on nose & flip to eat, scent articles, or pull a everyone was virtually stuck at home, the AKC announced that the Tricks tissue out of a box. The actual list of tricks for each level is found on the Dog Titles could be earned by submitting videos of your dogs to a CGC AKC website. evaluator. The AKC Novice Trick Dog title (TKN) requires that your dog Once the dog has reached the Performer level (TKP), no agility or perform 10 skills selected by the owner from the AKC list (shown below). obedience equipment may be used. Exercises may include dog dropping a If your dog already has a Canine Good Citizen (CGC) certificate, then only 5 Novice tricks are required. Each trick must be performed by the dog ball into a cone or a small opening, carrying stuffed animal on his back, two times for it to be considered. (Note that the CGC title itself CANNOT get into suitcase & close lid, dog pulls (drags) a bag of objects, or dog be earned by video.) sitting “pretty” while holding an object (like a flag) with paws. At the Performer level, the handler is encouraged to make up some of their own tricks; they are required to use props such as a baby stroller, piano, Here is the Novice Tricks List: wagon, skateboard, for example, for three of the tricks. The highest title of Trick Dog is the new Elite Performer (TKE). The • Balance beam (or walk on board a few inches off floor) dog must not only perform 10 advanced exercises, but these must be part • Bark on cue (“speak”) of a creative scripted routine that tells a story. Additionally, at least five • Crawl (dog on belly, crawls at least 3 body lengths) props must be used, which cannot include agility or obedience equipment; • Fetch it (ball or other object, 10 feet away & bring to handler handler-designed props and jumps are acceptable. No lures. The final within 2 feet) routine must be performed for an audience of at least five people. The • Find it (find treat or scent item hidden under a cup or object) • Get your _________ (leash, brush, toy) continued on page 40...

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Teach Your Dogs Tricks continued from page 38... video may be submitted to a CGC evaluator, or directly to the AKC. The culmination of the Trick Dog Program is the opportunity to participate in the 2020 Virtual Trick Dog Competition. To be eligible, your dog must earn the TKE title by September 30, 2020; a final routine must be submitted to the AKC no later than October 1, 2020. The routines will be judged based on: • creativity • fluency (accuracy of tricks, difficulty) • flow from one trick to the next • handling skills • entertainment value • overall impression (background, etc.) • More information can be found on the AKC website, if you think you have a chance of participating! Since it looks like we aren’t going to very many dog shows any time soon, teaching tricks to your dogs offers the opportunity for their mental stimulation as well as bonding with you, their owner. For the most part, just have fun with your doxie while teaching new things! Tricks are also a fun way to show off the intelligence and versatility of the dachshund; they are easily taught different behaviors! I hope you enjoy the many photos that I have shared on these pages, to demonstrate the fun tricks that can be taught to your dachshunds for AKC Tricks titles!!

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e r o M Trick Dog Titles? by Wendy Snyder

When I first heard about the Trick Dog titles I chuckled to myself. Oh my, now we are going to have a bunch of “Dancing Circus Dogs”. And I thought, oh boy AKC is getting desperate for money. Then I realized in my classes I teach, we train almost all of these tricks and then you add Agility in to the mix and you have Trick Dogs. So I decided to try it myself and see how hard it is to obtain. It did not take Louie long get to his TKA. So I put a couple titles on my other dogs as well. Then of course I have evaluated several other people’s dogs more since then. It is fun to watch the connection and joy in the team working together. Then COVID-19 hit. The world changed in a few months. No dog activities in the near future. Of course I was concerned. We need to work with our dogs. Most of us have goals we have set for our team to achieve. Also what can I do now to keep involved with

my dog? Then A.K.C came up with Vital Trick Dog Evaluations. At first I was not sure this was going to work. But it has worked 10 fold. I have done more evaluations since this started than in any previous year prior. People and their dogs were BORED. Some days I will do up to 5 evaluations. The most was 10 in one day. I was finally exhausted which felt good. I have loved watching all the different breeds preforming their tricks. It certainty helped me recover from my emergency surgery and boredom. So you have until the end of the year to get your titles done via this method. I think with some of the people that are isolated this has turned into a very rewarding activity for both myself and the owners. I have found that pet owners were not sure their dogs could do continued on next page...

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Trick Dog Titles? continued from page 41.... this. I asked them a couple of questions about what their dogs knew and said “well there are 10 tricks right there”. They were ecstatic. This also allowed people that are not familiar with dog shows and titles to obtain a title on their dog. I have seen them want to go to the next level. Some of them have asked about competing once the shows open back up again. I did lay down a few guidelines I needed to have if someone was going to submit a video request to me. • Clear and concise voice recording of what tricks they were performing. • Email me a list of the tricks they were preforming. That way I did not have to try and guess. • Perform all tricks twice. • Make sure at all times I could see the dog and handler clearly. • Prior to performing the trick say what trick they were preforming. • Usually the helper videotaping them would do this. • They had to send all information regarding the owner and dog. • Registered name and A.K.C number.

What do you need? • • • • • • • • •

A dog that wants to learn and work with you. Video camera or smart phone. Someone to video tape you or a tripod to hold recording equipment. Safe place to work your dog. Decide what tricks you want to preform and practice them. 10 tricks if you do not have a CGC and 5 tricks if you do. The upper levels you need 10 tricks and no food rewards or luring. Fill out all paperwork with correct information on you and your dog. Contact the evaluator and find out their preferred method of receiving the information. • Be patient once done. AKC is very backed up.

RELAX AND HAVE FUN! I hope to see a bunch of your dogs getting some fun new titles. Wendy Snyder, #6556 serenitydachshunds@yahoo.com

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REMEMBER! Only those results sent in to the Trophy Chair, editor or webmaster via e-mail will be published in the newsletter. Marked catalogs cannot accepted. Submit your results to: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org/specialty-resultsubmission/ •RESULTS ARE PUBLISHED AS SUBMITTED•

Western Pennsylvania Dachshund Club May 25, 2019 Sweepstakes Judge: Ms. Donna Stoey Sweepstakes Entries for each coat: Long - 4; Smooth - 4; Wire - 2 BOV - Longhair: Hartfelt’s Moshe SL BOS - Longhair: Finish’s Up-Town Girl SL BOV - Smooth: Kochana’s Burnt Caramel Bit’O Chocolot BOS - Smooth: Heartfelt’s Blue Bonnet MSD BOV - Wirehair: Blackdales Northend Cannoli SW BOS - Wirehair: Cinjay’s Hotwire.com MW Best in Sweepstakes: Kochana’s Burnt Caramel Bit’O Chocolot BOS in Sweepstakes: Cinjay’s Hotwire.com MW

Breed Judge: Mr. Jason Hoke Total Entry Per Coat: Long - 20; Smooth - 26; Wire - 12 LONGHAIR WD Midnight Rafthouse Prodigy ML WB SWK’s Georgia On My Mind ML BOV, BOWMidnight Rafthouse Prodigy ML BOS GCH Virgo Fantasia Dirty Martini SELD GCH Tamboer N’ Tarlyn’s Copper Beech ML SELB GCH DC Jewels Peridot & Pearls MLC SAR-W

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WB, BOW Grandgables MS So Girlylicious BOV Grandgables Lil’ Ms Oh Me Oh My BOS GCH Kochana’s Deja Vu II SELD GCH Lorindol Air Force One Over Summerhill SS SELB GCH A Night To Remember Degli Aristobassi Wirehair WD Tarlyn’ Lincoln, Lincoln I’ve Been Thinking MW WB, BOW Willowoods Sandale Firefly BOV GCH Bedrocs Sweet Red Candy FDC BOS GCH Leoralee The Riches @ Krissydox Mw DCAT FDC SCN SELD Tarlyn Makes The Mark With Lorica MW _________________________________

Western Pennsylvania Dachshund Club August 3, 2019 Sweepstakes Judge: Mrs. Gael Lewis Damron Sweepstakes Entries for each coat: Long - 6; Smooth - 5; Wire - 2 BOV - Longhair: Polychrome’s Bristol Bay V Pramada Koradox SL BOV - Smooth: Raindox Buckle Up Baby MS BOV - Wirehair: VHH’s Jyenan Unique Belleek MW BOS - Wirehair: VHH & JMLS Oh Fudge MW Best in Sweepstakes: Polychrome’s Bristol Bay V Pramada Koradox SL Best of Opposite in Sweepstakes: VHH & JMLS Oh Fudge MW

Judge for Regular Classes: Mr. John P. Wade

Breed Judge: Mr. Ryan Lee Horvath

Total Entry Per Coat: Long - 19; Smooth - 23; Wire - 15

Total Entry Per Coat: Longhair 10; Smooth 13; Wirehair 12

LONGHAIR WD Creekside’s Absolutely Irresistible WB, BOW Polychrome’s Bristol Bay V BOS Pramada Koradox SL BOV CH Caristeda Applejax’s Carbon Copy SELD CH WWW.Supercharger ML SELB GCHB Virgo Fantasia Dirty Martini

LONGHAIR WD, BOW Gledi Best Regulus WB Mountain Lake Dulce’s Sweet Child Of Mine ML BOV GCHG Koradox Pramada’s Force Of Nature SL BOS GCH Solo’s Queen Of The Amazons SL SELD GCH Sniffntells Wroyal Smurf SELB GCHB Our Gang’s Something In The Way She Moves Ml

SMOOTH WD Rags I Keep Hearing My Name WB, BOW Hartfelt’s Blue Bonnet MSD BOV GCH Pipers Beez Kneez MS BOS Summerhill Is This Love SELD CH Summerhill Ivanhoe SS SELB CH Keddox The One Where Phoebe Is A Wiener Dog MS WIREHAIR WD, BOW Lorica’s Mischief Managed By Tarlyn MW WB Backroad Railway Sweet Memories MW BOV GCH Usonia’s Cherokee Maiden V Lowdown BOS CH Icon’s I’m Under The Influence Yernot SW SELD GCH EJ’s Fancied Up Solo Pup MW CA SELB CH Starbarrack Sugar High SW _________________________________

SMOOTH WD Sandwood Spy Master WB, BOW Minidogland Diamanta BOV CH Turningpt Max’in K’s On Scherz Day BOS GCH Redgi Prado Vegas SELD GCH Passport Say It With Color WIREHAIR VHH & JML’S Drink More Ovaltine MW WB, BOW Brodny Dollidachs Ain’t Nobody’s Biz If I Do BOV GCHB Usonia’s Cherokee Maiden V Lowdown BOS CH Tarlyn Takes The Lead MW SELB GCHG Blackdales Wrecking Ball SW _________________________________ WD

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Dachshund Fanciers Association of Berks County November 16, 2019 Sweepstakes Judge: Mrs. Monika Martin Sweepstakes entries for each coat: Longhaired 1 (Veteran); Smooth 6; Wirehaired 3, 1 Veteran BOV - Longhair GCH Our Gang’s On The Wings Of Love ML BOV - Smooth CH Turningpt Max’in K’s On Scherz Day BOS - Smooth: CH Turningpt Tony Two Bags First Knock Of The Night BOV - Wirehair: Brodny Dollidachs Ain’t Nobody’s Biz If I Do BOS - Wirehair: VHH & JML’s Drink More Ovaltine MW Best In Sweepstakes: CH Turningpt Max’in K’s On Scherz Day BOS In Sweepstakes: Ch Turningpt Tony Two Bags First Knock Of The Night

Breed Judge Mrs. Frances Colonna BOB

GCHB CH Daybreak’s Frozen Assets W Dachshund D. Krieg BOS GCH CH Vintage Surprise ML V. Prentiss, T. Prentiss, C. Heitzmann Best Junior Handler Callie Devlin LONGHAIR GCHG CH Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL C. Taylor, C. Puig BOS GCH CH Vintage Surprise ML V. Prentiss, T. Prentiss, C. Heitzmann SELD CH Stardust 4 Leaf Klover Von Skaer P. Slater, B. Skaer, A. Schmidt SELB GCH Clipper Skylark B. Hendley, D. & M. Nickel WD, BOW Jarbsy’s Throwing Shade S. Arnold Best Owner-Handled in Breed or Variety GCH CH Vintage Surprise ML V. Prentiss, T. Prentiss, C. Heitzmann RWD Hundeleben Pepperoni SL C. Puig, M. Herrera

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Specialty Results continued from page 43... Hundeleben My Girl Friday SL J. Haverick, K. Gonzalez, C. Puig RWB Jarbsy’s Everybody Talks S. Arnold Best Veteran Dog GCH CH Jarbsy’s Jump, Jive ‘N Wail M. Heymann, S. Arnold Best Veteran Bitch GCHB CH Stardust Stargazer Lily Von Skaer SL B. Wagner, A. Schmidt

SMOOTH GCHG CH Fusions Incahoots Platinum Jimi Johns Freaky Fast C. Heitzmannn, R. Cotteleer, A. Cotteleer BOS CH Perfect Painted Oopsy Daisy Ms American Magic E. De Groot SELD CH Kinderteckel’s Hollywood Handsome BN RA A. Baltes SELB CH Perfect Painted Oopsy Daisy Ms American Magic E. De Groot WB, BOW Roundabout Ms Sinfully Delicious T. Wright Best Owner-Handled in Breed or Variety CH Perfect Painted Oopsy Daisy Ms American Magic E. De Groot WD Roundabout Devilishly Delightful MS T. Wright RWD Wyndcrest The Bounty Hunter CGC S. White-Davis RWB Perfect Painted OMG Ms Nonstop Magic E. De Groot WIREHAIR GCHB CH Daybreak’s Frozen Assets W D. Krieg BOS GCH CH Brodny Dollidachs High Society At Wildcard R. & M. Fritz, K. Fritz, F Vogel SELD GCHB CH Kadell’s Ok Handsome Not Pretty W C. Rueckert WB, BOW Roundabout Nevertheless She Persisted T. Wright Best Owner-Handled in Breed or Variety GCHB CH Kadell’s OK Handsome Not Pretty W C. Rueckert WD Dollidachs N Wyncrest Honor The Legacy CGC S. White-Davis, D. Kostic RWB Full Circle Harbor Nightingale W E. Martin, D. Martin Best Owner-Handled in Breed or Variety GCHB CH Kadell’s OK Handsome Not Pretty W C. Rueckert BOV

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WIREHAIR GCHB CH Daybreak’s Frozen Assets W D. Krieg BOS/BOW Raydachs There’s Smoke WB From Fire V Gleishorbach SW J. Baetz, B. Berger SELD GCHB CH Kadell’s OK Handsome Not Pretty W C. Rueckert SELB GCH CH Brodny Dollidachs High Society At Wildcard R., M. & K. Fritz, F. Vogel Best Owner-Handled in Breed or Variety GCHB CH Kadell’s OK Handsome Not Pretty W C. Rueckert WD Dollidachs N Wyndcrest Honor The Legacy CGC S. White-Davis, D. Kostic RWB Full Circle Harbor Nightingale W E. Martin, D. Martin Veteran Dog CH Hundeleben Rumpleforskin MW C. Puig _________________________________ BOV

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Breed Judge: Jason Hoke BOB

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GCHG CH Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL C. Taylor, C. Puig Hundeleben Kiwi Daiquiri SL C. Greene, C. Puig

LONGHAIR GCHG CH Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL C. Taylor, C. Puig BOS/WB Hundeleben Kiwi Daiquiri SL BOW C. Greene, C. Puig SELD CH Hundeleben Knock Knock, Who’s There, SL C. Puig SELB GCH CH Stardust Dreamtime Lily V Skaer SL B. Wagner, A. Schmidt Best Owner-Handled in Breed or Variety GCH CH Stardust Dreamtime Lily V Skaer SL B. Wagner, A. Schmidt WD Stardust We’ll Be Counting Stars B. Engen, A. Schmidt RWD Vintage Kenmar If I Only Had The Nerve A. Martin, V. Prentiss RWB Hundeleben Puff Puff Pass SL C. Nickasch, C. Puig

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Veteran Bitch GCHB CH Stony Banks Amethyst Sky At Chazlyn SL L. Dahlen, C. Dahlen SMOOTH GCHG CH Fusions Incahoots Platinum Jimi Johns Freaky Fast C. Heitzmannn, R. Cotteleer, A. Cotteleer BOS CH Perfect Painted Oopsy Daisy Ms American Magic E. De Groot SELD CH Kinderteckel’s Hollywood Handsome BN RA A. Baltes SELB GCH CH Fusion’s The Greatest Show On Earth R. Cotteleer, A. Cotteleer, C. Heitzmannn WB/BOW Kinder’s Riverrun Rose Bouquet MS J. DuBois, D. Severns Best Owner-Handled in Breed or Variety CH Perfect Painted Oopsy Daisy Ms American Magic E. De Groot WD CH Hidden Cedars En Garde MS C. Heitzmann RWD Roundabout Devilishly Delightful MS T. Wright RWB Perfect Painted Omg MS Nonstop Magic E. De Groot Veteran Bitch GCH CH Fusion’s The Greatest Show On Earth BOV

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BOS

GCHB CH Daybreak’s Frozen Assets W Dachshund D. Krieg Stony Banks Kiss Me Quick SL J. Janz

LONGHAIR CH Stardust Black Lightning V Skaer L. Mateljan, A. Schmidt BOS/WB Stony Banks Kiss Me Quick Sl BOW J. Janz SELD CH Stardust 4 Leaf Klover Von Skaer P. Slater, B. Skaer, A. Schmidt SELB GCH CH Stardust Dreamtime Lily V Skaer SL B. Wagner, A. Schmidt Best Owner-Handled in Breed or Variety GCH CH Stardust Dreamtime Lily V Skaer SL B. Wagner, A. Schmidt WD Stardust We’ll Be Counting Stars B. Engen, A. Schmidt RWD Vintage Kenmar If I Only Had The Nerve A. Martin, V. Prentiss RWB Jarbsy’s Everybody Talks S. Arnold Veteran Dog GCH CH Jarbsy’s Jump, Jive ‘N Wail M. Heymann, S. Arnold Veteran Bitch GCHB CH Stardust Stargazer Lily Von Skaer SL B. Wagner, A. Schmidt BOV

SMOOTH GCHG CH Fusions Incahoots Platinum Jimi Johns Freaky Fast C. Heitzmannn, R. Cotteleer, A. Cotteleer BOS GCH CH Fusion’s The Greatest Show On Earth R. Cotteleer, A. Cotteleer, C. Heitzmannn WB/BOW Roundabout Ms Sinfully Delicious T. Wright WD Roundabout Devilishly Delightful MS T. Wright RWD CH Hidden Cedars En Garde MS C. Heitzmannt RWB Perfect Painted Omg Ms Nonstop Magic E. De Groot Veteran Dog GCH CH Fusion’s The Greatest Show On Earth R. Cotteleer, A. Cotteleer, C. Heitzmannn BOV

WIREHAIR GCHB CH Daybreak,s Frozen Assets W D. Krieg BOS Raydachs There,s Smoke From Fire V Gleishorbach SW J. Baetz, B. Berger SELD CH Ragtyme’s Olde Fashion Passing The Torch SW J. Baetz, B. Berger, L. Blackbourn, K. Roth, H. Jones SELB GCH CH Brodny Dollidachs High Society At Wildcard R., M. & K. Fritz, F. Vogel WB/BOW Raydachs There’s Smoke From Fire V Gleishorbach SW J. Baetz, B. Berger Best Owner-Handled in Breed or Variety CH Ragtyme’s Olde Fashion Passing The Torch SW J. Baetz, B. Berger, L. Blackbourn, K. Roth WD Dollidachs N Wyncrest Honor The Legacy CGC S. White-Davis, D. Kostic RWB Full Circle Harbor Nightingale W E. Martin, D. Martin BOV

OBEDIENCE Highest Scoring Dog in Regular Classes Utility B Northwoods Man On The Moon SL UD BN GN GO VER RM A. Baltes _________________________________

Hoosier Dachshund Club August 7, 2020 - AM Breed Judge: Mr. Tom Coen Total Entry Per Coat: 40 Longhairs, 40 Smooths, 20 Wires LONGHAIR Vintage N Incahoots Is Where They Cut the Cheese* WB JBS Leoralees The Edge of Heaven SL *BOW None (WD declared ineligible to compete)

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WB/BOW Duchwood’s Secret Sister MLP BOV GCHG Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL BOS GCH Vintage Surprise ML SELD GCH Dikerdachs Lion SELB CH Leoralees JBS Heaven Is For Real L

SMOOTH WD/BOW Minidogland Rammstein WB Kordach’s and OC’s MLLE. Brielle MSD BOV CH Brownwood Queen V Diagram BOS GCHG Fusions Incahoots Platinums Jimi Johns Freaky Fast SELD GCHB Beachside Dox Peanut Butter Conspiracy MS SELB GCH Bessdach Sahara Sarah

SMOOTH WD Minidogland Rammstein WB/BOW Duchwood’s Miss American Pie MS BOV GCH Trakenhndachs Roccia Sunrise XO BOS GCHB Beachside Dox Peanut Butter Conspiracy MS SELD GCHG Fusions Incahoots Platinums Jimi Johns Freaky Fast SELB CH Brownwood Queen V Diagram

WIREHAIR WD Willow Springs Toliaferro SW WB/BOW Sunrise-XO Natalya MW BOV CH Daybreak’s Country Kisses W BOS GCHP Leoralee’s Lets Boogie with Barstool SELD GCHS Trabeiz Hundeleben Philippe Philoppe MW SELB CH Daybreak’s Build Me Up Buttercup BOB

CH Daybreak’s Country Kisses W BOS GCHG Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL ________________________________

WIREHAIR WD Willow Springs Toliaferro SW WB/BOW Willow Springs Quesadilla Maria SW BOV GCHP Leoralee’s Lets Boogie with Barstool BOS CH Daybreak’s Country Kisses W SELD GCHS Trabeiz Hundeleben Philippe Philoppe MW SELB CH Daybreak’s Builld Me Up Buttercup BOB

GCHG Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL BOS CH Daybreak’s Country Kisses W _________________________________

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Breed Judge: Mrs. Carol Spritzer

August 8, 2020

Total Entry Per Coat: 41 Longhairs, 38 Smooths, 21 Wires

Sweepstakes Judge: Mr. Patrick Smith

(hosted by Hoosier DC)

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LONGHAIR Briardach’s MT Dixie Flyer

Sweeps Entry Numbers divided by sex, not coat: 4 dogs, 14 bitches

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Best in Sweepstakes Kenmar’s A Million Dreams Best of Opposite in Sweepstakes Hundeleben President SL CGC TKN

Breed Judge: Ms. Sherrill Snyder Total Entry Per Coat: 44 Longhairs, 51 Smooths, 23 Wires LONGHAIR WD/BOW Briardach’s MT Dixie Flyer WB Sleepytime Sandachs Just Because ML BOV GCH Dikerdachs Lion BOS CH Sleepytime’s Zephyr ML SELD GCHG Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL SELB GCH Vintage Surprise ML SMOOTH WD Sandwood Stand By Me SS WB Bessdach’s Que Sera Sera V Bren-Dachs SS BOV GCHB Hildisvin Wurdig Catfish Blues SS BOS CH Brownwood Queen V Diagram SELD GCHB Beachside Dox Peanut Butter Conspiracy MS SELB CH Rhill Racebrook Phi Beta Kappa MS WIREHAIR WD Willow Springs Toliaferro SW WB/BOW Willow Springs Quesadilla Maria SW BOV CH Daybreak’s Country Kisses W BOS GCHP Leoralee’s Let’s Boogie with Barstool MW SELD CH Diagram Rags What Not to Wear MW SELB CH Daybreak’s Build Me Up Buttercup BOB GCHB Hildisvin Wurdig Catfish Blues SS BOS CH Daybreak’s Country Kisses W

Hoosier Dachshund Club August 9, 2020 Breed Judge: Mr. John Wade Total Entry Per Coat: 43 Longhairs, 45 Smooths, 22 Wires WD

Sleepytime’s Lord of the Rings ML WB Hundeleben My Girl Friday SL BOV GCHG Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL BOS CH Sleepytime Sandachs Just Because ML SELD GCH Dikerdachs Lion SELB CH Duchwood’s Secret Sister MLP SMOOTH WD Sandwood Stand By Me SS WB/BOW Perfect Painted OMG Ms Nonstop Magic BOV GCHB Hildisvin Wurdig Catfish Blues SS BOS GCH Trakehndachs Roccia Sunrise XO SELD GCHG Fusions Incahoots Platinums Jimi John Freaky Fast SELB CH Brownwood Queen V Diagram WIREHAIR Willow Springs Toliaferro SW Alegna-Barala Away We Go MW CH Daybreak’s Country Kisses W GCHP Leoralee’s Lets Boogie with Barstool SELD CH Diagram Rags What Not to Wear MW SELB CH Daybreak’s Build Me Up Buttercup

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All dates, times and addresses are as accurate as possible before the newsletter deadline date. Please consult the show secretaries or superintendents for any further information.

Dachshund Club of America, Inc. December 11, 2020 Orange Cty Convention Center N/S Bldg North/South Building 9899 International Drive, Orlando, FL Web Site: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

Greater Portland Dachshund Club - AM January 20, 2021 Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center 2050-2060 North Marine Dr.., Portland, OR Web Site: http://greaterportlanddachshundclub.com/home Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Closing Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020 Event Chair: Mrs. Carol Ann Klein 534 NE 94 Street, Miami Shores, FL 33138 cak@bellsouth.net • 305-751-9966 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) (S) (W)

Closing Date: Friday, January 1, 2021 Event Chair: Georjan Bridger P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307 artsrpassion@gmail.com • 503-364-9695 For additional information contact: Georjan Bridger, Event Secretary P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307 gbridgershowsecretary@gmail.com

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

Mrs. Darcy A. Quinlan Mrs. Darcy A. Quinlan Mrs. Darcy A. Quinlan

Junior Show: Mrs. Darcy A. Quinlan

Betty-Anne Stenmark Betty-Anne Stenmark Betty-Anne Stenmark

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All dates, times and addresses are as accurate as possible before the newsletter deadline date. Please consult the show secretaries or superintendents for any further information.

Greater Portland Dachshund Club - PM January 20, 2021 Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center 2050-2060 North Marine Dr.., Portland, OR Web Site: http://greaterportlanddachshundclub.com/home Entries for this event are limited to: 100

Florida Gulf Coast Dachshund Club January 22, 2021 Florida Classic Park 5360 Lockhart Road Brooksville, FL Web Site: http://fgcdachshundclub.com/

San Diego Dachshund Club, Inc. February 26, 2021 Del Mar Fairgrounds 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Del Mar, CA Web Site: http://www.sddc.us

San Diego Dachshund Club, Inc. February 26, 2021 Del Mar Fairgrounds 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd. Del Mar, CA Web Site: http://www.sddc.us

Dachshund Club of Santa Ana Valley May 1, 2021 Motel 6 Claremont 840 So Indian Hill Blvd Claremont, CA Web Site: http://www.dcsav.org/

Dachshund Club of Santa Ana Valley May 1, 2021 Motel 6 Claremont 840 So Indian Hill Blvd Claremont, CA Web Site: http://www.dcsav.org/

Dachshund Club of America, Inc. May 7, 2021 Best Western Premier 800 East Park Dr Harrisburg, PA Web Site: http://www.dachshundclubofamerica.org

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Closing Date: Friday, January 1, 2021 Event Chair: Georjan Bridger P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307 artsrpassion@gmail.com • 503-364-9695 For additional information contact: Georjan Bridger, Event Secretary P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307 gbridgershowsecretary@gmail.com

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

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 6, 2021 Event Chair: Dr. Cherie Onkst 5206 Dwire Ct., Tampa, FL 33647 conkst@gmail.com • 813-928-9288 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) (S) (W) Junior Show:

Closing Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2021 Event Chair: Cheryl Lemon 5609 Amaya Dr. Apt. 232, La Mesa, CA 91942-3685 lemonc@cox.net • 619-787-8824 For additional information contact: Jack Bradshaw Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box 227303 Los Angeles, CA 90022-7303 (323) 727-0136 • mail@jbradshaw.com

AKC National Owner-Handled Series Judges: Breed: (L) Dr. Judith A. Newton (S) Dr. Judith A. Newton (W) Dr. Judith A. Newton

Closing Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2021 Event Chair: Cheryl Lemon 5609 Amaya Dr. Apt. 232, La Mesa, CA 91942-3685 lemonc@cox.net • 619-787-8824 For additional information contact: Jack Bradshaw Dog Shows, Superintendent P.O. Box 227303 Los Angeles, CA 90022-7303 (323) 727-0136 • mail@jbradshaw.com

AKC National Owner-Handled Series Judges: Breed: (L) Mr. Garry K. Newton (L) Mr. Garry K. Newton (L) Mr. Garry K. Newton

Closing Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 Event Chair: Steve Shultz 3817 Seven Oaks Drive, 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

AKC National Owner-Handled Series Judges: Breed: (L) Mrs. Andra O’Connell (S) Mrs. Andra O’Connell (W) Mrs. Andra O’Connell

Closing Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 Event Chair: Steve Shultz 3817 Seven Oaks Drive, 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

AKC National Owner-Handled Series Judges: Breed: (L) Mrs. Frances H. Forrester (S) Mrs. Frances H. Forrester (W) Mrs. Frances H. Forrester Please contact event secretary/superintendent or review premium list for Sweepstakes class and judge information.

Closing Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 Event Chair: David Simmons 250 Roxbury Rd., Newville, PA 17241-8737 stardox2@yahoo.com • 717-713-1145 For additional information contact: Jim Rau Dog Shows, Ltd., Superintendent P.O. Box 6898, Reading, PA 19610-0898 (610) 376-1880 • info@raudogshows.com

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

Pluis Davern Pluis Davern Pluis Davern

Junior Show: Pluis Davern

Mr. Eugene Blake Mr. Eugene Blake Mr. Eugene Blake Mr. Eugene Blake

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

Junior Show: Pending

Junior Show: Mrs. Andra O’Connell (p)

Mr. Ryan Lee Horvath Mr. Guy Jeavons Dr. Kenneth H. Levison

Junior Show: Dr. Kenneth H Levison


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TOP PRODUCERS 2019 The TOP PRODUCERS for 2019 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, 2019 through December 31, 2019 are listed. The first number after each name indicates the date the championship was completed. The Second, the month that name was published. For example: Ch. Pearsall’s Baxter Of Durham

3/23/19

5/19

The dog completed the championship on March 23, 2019 and was published in the fifth month. (May) This information will assist you when applying for Register Of Merit.

LONGHAIR MALE CH GRANDGABLES THORNY THICKET ML – Susan & Johnnie Jones Ch. Pearsall’s Baxter Of Durham 3/23/19 5/19 Ch. Sleepytime Kerrybrook Someone Special ML 3/8/19 5/19 Ch. Sleepytime Kerrybrook Special Effects MLD 5/22/19 7/19 Ch. Greensboro’s Make It Happen Sandachs ML 8/9/19 10/19 Ch. Greensboro’s Accomplice ML 9/14/19 11/19 Ch. Corrbelle’s Go For Broke V Dorae 11/7/19 1/20 Ch. Greensboro’s Sidekick Ml 11/9/19 1/20 GCH GALEWINNS KAYCEES GOLDEN TICKET – Pam Gale Ch. Kenmar’s Lion King At Galewinns 2/3/19 Ch. Kenmar’s Smooth Criminal 2/18/19 Ch. Kenmar’s Music & Me At Grandquest 6/28/19 Ch. Kenmar’s I Want You Back 8/30/19 Ch. Kenmar’s Slave To The Rhythm 10/26/19

4/19 4/19 8/19 10/19 12/19

GCHP HUNDELEBEN QUEEN’S ARMADA SL – Carlos Puig Ch. Stardust N Windrose 24k Magic SL CG 5/4/19 Ch. Stardust N Windrose Magic Mirror SL 7/21/19 Ch. Walmar-Solo’s FAQ-SL 7/18/19 Ch. Stardust’s Wish Upon A Star 8/18/19 Ch. Aviance’s Where Rainbows End SL 12/14/19

7/19 9/19 9/19 10/19 2/20

GCHS PRAMADA’S XAVIER WITH JORDDACH SL – Margaret Peat Ch. Elysian Solar Flare V Pramada Koradox SL 3/1/19 5/19 Ch. Lucky Penny’s From Heaven SL 3/2/19 5/19 Ch. Elysian Astronomia Nova With Pramada Koradox SL 7/28/19 9/19 Ch. Kistryl Artic Sun Northern Spy SL 7/27/19 9/19 Ch. Lucky Penny’s Justice Is Served By Telkel SL 7/28/19 9/19

LONGHAIR FEMALE GCHB KORADOX PRAMADA’S DAFFODIL SL – Margaret Peat & Tom Sikora Ch. Koradox Pramada Golden Gate Girl At Cahladen 1/16/19 3/19 Ch. Pramada Koradox Living Legacy 10/16/19 12/19

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Ch. Pramada Koradox Ladybug SL 11/9/19 Ch. Pramada Koradox Lavender At Briarmist SL 11/25/19 Ch. Pramada Koradox Living The Dream Sl 11/25/19

1/20 1/20 1/20

GCH GALEWINNS KAYCEES TREASURED GEM MLD – Shea Jonsrud & Pam Gale Ch. Galewinns Dream Come True @ Sandachs MLD 5/21/19 7/19 Ch. Galewinns Dreamin’ In Color ML 6/1/19 8/19 Ch. Galewinns Sparkling Ruby 6/16/19 8/19 Ch. Galewinns In Your Dreams MLD 8/17/19 10/19 CH. KENMAR’S POPULAR RETURN TO SCANPOINT ML – Marianne McCullough & Karin B. Ashe Ch. Kenmar’s Lion King At Galewinns 2/3/29 4/19 Ch. Kenmar’s Smooth Criminal 2/18/19 4/19 Ch. Kenmar’s Music & Me At Grandquest 6/28/19 8/18 Ch. Kenmar’s Slave To The Rhythm 10/16/19 12/19 GCH BAYBREEZE MINT JULEP – Cassandra Williams Ch. Baybreeze Cooper Dawson We Cheer ML 2/17/19 Ch. Baybreeze Blushing Mimosa ML 4/14/19 Ch. Baybreeze Shots Of Confetti With Alegna ML 5/19/19

4/19 6/19 7/19

CH. DOXDANE’S LADY IN RED AT GRANVALERO – Judee Valero Ch. Granvalero’s Moon Struck SL 1/20/19 3/19 Ch. Granvalero Moonlight Beauty SL 5/24/19 7/19 Ch. Granvalero Moonbeam Special SL 9/27/19 11/19 DC HOPPLEDACHS EUFAULA V SHO ME ML RN JE – Pamala J. Hopkins DC Hoppledach’s Ship Of Fools ML RN CGC 1/10/19 3/19 DC Hoppledach’s April Showers ML 7/27/19 9/19 DC Hoppledach’s Lotz A Moxie 8/30/19 10/19 DC HOPPLEDACH’S LEGACY FROM RIGEL ML RN JE CGC – Pamala J. Hopkins DC Hoppledach’s American Anthem ML 6/8/19 8/19 DC Hoppledach’s Laci’s Farewell Performance 6/23/19 8/19 DC Hoppledach’s Laci’s Standing Ovation 7/28/19 9/19


LEX-AN SWEET INDULGENCE ML – Anne Fons Ch. Lex-An Red Velvet ML 4/13/19 Ch. Lex-An Tiramisu For Islandach ML 8/17/19 Ch. Lex-An All Spice Ml 10/20/19

6/19 10/19 12/19

CH. PASSPORT KENMAR DANCES WITH WOLVES CGC TKN – Marianne McCullough Ch. Kenmar’s Over The Rainbow CGC TKN 1/18/19 3/19 3/30/19 5/19 Ch. Kenmar’s It’s A Wonderful Life Ch. Kenmar’s Santa’s Little Yelper 9/15/19 11/19 CH. PRAMADA KORADOX EMILIA AT POLYCHROME SL – Damone Aklestad, Margaret Peat & Tom Sikora 5/19 Ch. Polychrome’s Copper River V Pramada Koradox 3/1/19 Ch. Polychrome’s Bristol Bay V Pramada Koradox 8/22/19 10/19 Ch. Polychrome’s Great One V Pramada Koradox Sl11/30/19 1/20 GCH RIVERWIND A PROMISE KEPT L – Katherine Schisel, Nancy & Mark Eby Ch. Syringa God’s Promise Kept With Riverwind SL 2/24/19 4/19 Ch. Syringa & Riverwind Promise Not To Tell SL 6/20/19 8/19 Ch. Syringa’s Promise Kept Sooner Riverwind SL 8/30/19 10/19 GCHB SANDACHS X FACTOR AT GREENSBORO ML – Cissy Johnson Ch. Greensboro’s Make It Happen Sandachs ML 8/9/19 10/19 Ch. Greensboro’s Accomplice ML 9/14/19 11/19 Ch. Greensboro’s Sidekick ML 11/9/19 1/20

SMOOTH MALE GCHG MINIDOGLAND LINCOLN – Terry Carr Hall & Brenda F. Gardner Ch. Brendackel V Tudorglen Joyeux Noel MS 3/23/19 5/19 Ch. Tudorglen V Brendackel Kris Kringle 5/25/19 7/19 Ch. Tudorglen V Brendackel Right On Target MS 8/25/19 10/19 Ch. Tudorglen V Brendackel Going The Distance MS 10/13/19 12/19 Ch. Tudorglen Racebrook Four Score & Seven MS 11/30/19 1/20 Ch. Tudorglen V Brendackel American Princess Meghan MS 11/8/19 1/20 GCHG PASSPORT DO WHAT YOU SAY SS – Arvind De Braganca & Joyce De Braganca Ch. Dublin Creek’s Irish Luck 3/22/19 5/19 Ch. Passport Say It With Color 7/3/19 9/19 Ch. Hialeah’s I Volunteer As Tribute 8/2/19 10/19 Ch. Apfel Dachs Crimson Rose 11/3/19 1/20 Ch. Apfel Dachs Bettys Black Diamond 12/10/19 2/20 Ch. Apfel Dachs Helens Appleseed 12/8/19 2/20 CH. ROSE GATE PATRIOT GUARD – Tim & Marilou Callison Ch. Rose Gate Betty Boop V Stardox FDC CGC TKN 3/22/19 Ch. Rosegate Mysteries & Martinis With Nick V Stardox JE 4/19/19 Ch. Rosegate @ Antir Braav Lady Smith 6/2/19 Ch. Rosegate @ Antir Braav Ruger 6/8/19 Ch. Rosegate Faith V Stardox 8/17/19 Ch. Rosegate @ Antir Braav Remington 10/13/19

5/19 6/19 8/19 8/19 10/19 12/19

GCHS GRANDGABLES WEE MR RED THORN – Guy Jeavons & Mark Houston-McMillan Ch. Aguilo Carosel Orion 1/18/19 3/19 Ch. Windyoak’s Bouquet Of Dreams MS 2/22/19 4/19 Ch. Perfect Painted King Wee Darkwood 8/4/19 10/19 Ch. Paradachs Back To The Future 9/22/19 11/19 Ch. Windyoak & Walden’s Pickin Wild Flowers MS 12/1/19 2/20

SMOOTH FEMALE GCHB TURNINGPT HOT SUMMER NIGHT DREAM – Dr. Randy Eltringham, Pete Eltringham & Anna Cook Ch. Turningpt Tony Two Bags First Knock Of The Night 4/19/19 6/19 Ch. Turningpt Max’ in K’s On Scherz Day 5/24/19 7/19 Ch. Turningpt Beep Beep Catch Her If You Can 6/29/19 8/19 Ch. Turningpt Dr D’s K Street Heat 6/23/19 8/19 Ch. Turningpt Juan Of A Kind At Windy Hill 6/21/19 8/19 Ch. Turningpt Cul8tr Grand Slam Sater 11/22/19 1/20 CH. APPLE HILLS SHE’S GOT BETTY DAVIS EYES – Molly Howard Ch. Apfel Dachs Crimson Rose 11/3/19 1/20 Ch. Apfel Dachs Bettys Black Diamond 12/10/19 2/20 Ch. Apfel Dachs Helens Appleseed 12/8/19 2/20 GCH BESSDACH KARAVEL EVERY MILES A MEMORY SS – Marina Lara & Karen Murray Ch. Bessdachs It Don’T Come Easy 1/26/19 3/19 Ch. Bessdach Lady Bird 3/16/19 5/19 Ch. Bessdach Sahara Sarah 7/19/19 9/19 CH BIG HOPES FOR MISS MOLLY MS – Chris & Marilyn Hickok Ch. Big Hopes For Miss Sassy MS 6/22/19 8/19 Ch. Big Hopes For Roy MS 8/2/19 10/19 Ch. Big Hopes For Miss Gloria MW (wire) 11/3/19 1/20 CRISCROSS APOTHECARY SPECIAL ROSE MS – Christian Natali & Alex Leer Ch. Criscross Make A Wish MS TKN 5/31/19 7/19 Ch. Criscross Wish Granted MS 9/29/19 11/19 Ch. Criscross You Wish MS 11/29/19 1/20 GCH DUCHWOOD’S DISTANT VISTA MS – Sandra Russell Ch. Duchwood Here Comes The Sun MLP CA (long) 3/30/19 Ch. Duchwood’s Light ‘Em Up MS 5/26/19 Ch. Duchwood’s Sam Spade MS 9/8/19

5/19 7/19 11/19

GCHB DC JAGIES AT LAST V SPELLBOUND JE CGC – Susan Genz & Timothy Genz Ch. Lost Creek Gentleness Of Spirit 5/3/19 7/19 Ch. Lost Creek Moment Of Beauty JE 8/18/19 10/19 Ch. Lost Creek All Good Things RN RATN 9/15/19 11/19 CH KINDERTECKEL’S PUMPKIN SPICE V ROSENHILLS – Kristin Cihos-Williams, Sara Sewall & Emalia Williams Ch. Kinderteckel’s North Shore 4/20/19 6/19 Ch. Kinderteckel’s Zenyatta 5/12/19 7/19 Ch. Kinderteckel’s Hollywood Handsome BN RI 9/8/19 11/19 GCHB KOCHANA’S CRACKLIN ROSE – Diane Poranski Ch. Kochana’s Déjà Vu II 2/8/19 Ch. Kochana’s Hope Springs Eternal 5/12/19 Ch. Kochana’s A Rose By Any Other Name 11/17/19

4/19 7/19 1/20

CH LONGONLOVINGS CHILD OF THE SUN – Terry Carr Hall & Brenda F. Gardner Ch. Brendackel V Tudorglen Joyeux Noel MS 3/23/19 5/19 Ch. Tudorglen V Brendackel Kris Kringle 5/25/19 7/19 Ch. Tudorglen V Brendackel Going The Distance Ms 10/13/19 12/19 CH. MIDERNOCH SECOND ACT V MARGINN SS – Diana Macpherson, Mark & Virginia Stevenson Ch. Midernoch Songbirds Lark V Marginn S 3/31/19 5/19 Ch. Midernoch Trax Songbird SS 6/29/19 8/19 Ch. Midernoch Songbirds Sonnet V Marginn 7/20/19 9/19 continued on next page... Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

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GCH ROSE GATE RUBY WILL UB MINE @ ANTIR – Herman & Charleen Shuping Ch. Rosegate @ Antir Braav Lady Smith 6/2/19 8/19 Ch. Rosegate @ Antir Braav Ruger 6/8/19 8/19 Ch. Rosegate @ Antir Braav Remington 10/13/19 12/19

GCHG WISTERIA MR. MOJITO AT HUNDELEBEN MW – Theresa Nesbitt Ch. Del Prado’s Chance Encounter 8/3/19 10/19 Ch. Hundeleben Little Queen Of Rock At Abberann 8/25/19 10/19 8/30/19 10/19 Ch. Long & Low Just Ask The Leprechaun MW Ch. Bry-Wyn’s Send Me Down The Field MW 9/15/19 11/19 Ch. Hundeleben Little King Of Rhythm At Abberann MW 11/3/19 1/20

CH. STARDOX SHOUT FOR JOY @ ROSEGATE – Tim & Marilou Callison, David & Lorraine Simmons 5/19 Ch. Rose Gate Betty Boop V Stardox FDC CGC TKN 3/22/19 Ch. Rosegate Mysteries & Martinis With Nick V Stardox JE 4/19/19 6/19 Ch. Rosegate Faith V Stardox 8/17/19 10/19

WIREHAIR FEMALE

WIREHAIR MALE

CH. MEADOWOOD’S HOT PINK AT SANDALE – Dale Tarbox & Donna Maloney Ch. Willowood-Sandale Corey’s Coming To Tarabon 6/29/19 8/19 Ch. Willowood Sandale Firefly 7/6/19 9/19 Ch. Willowood-Sandale Hearts On Fire 8/23/19 10/19

GCHP LEORALEE’S BAYWATCH MW – Marietta Singleton Ch. Vschwalbes Ga’s Garden City MW 3/29/19 Ch. Vschwalbes Low Country Boil MW 3/29/29 DC Bry-Wyn Keep Watch V Epiphany Mw JE 9/21/19 DC Bry-Wyn Watch And Pray V Epiphany MW 10/19/19 Ch. Vschwalbes Mrs Wilkes Boarding Hous MW 10/19/19 Ch. Vschwalbes River Street Sweets MW 11/26/19

2019 Top Ten Owner Handled

Conformation Dachshunds

Owner-Handled Systems Statistics Are Ranked From January 1, 2019 Through December 31, 2019

TOP TEN LONGHAIR 1.

2.

3.

GCHG Lockshire’s Walk The Line Splendor SL Kathleen Lockyer & Thomas Lockyer GCHB DC Bonnfel’s Karma-A Spirit Legacy V D&D RN SWE SCM SEM SHDM CGC TKN Diane Young McCormack GCHS Our Gang’s Something In The Way She Moves ML Nancy Z. Prouty GCHS Corrbelle’s Freedom Reigns V Dorae Steven Garza & Nancy Colson

5.

GCH Lockshire’s Someday I May Kathleen Lockyer & Thomas Lockyer

6.

GCHB McRob’s The One And Only Mrs. Mary C. Boyle

7.

GCH Kenmar’s That’s My Spot Landd Larry Sorenson & Deedy Sorenson

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DC TARLYN’S ON YOUR MARK AT LORICA MW BCAT – Jessica Campbell, Sandra Krieger, Tara Krieger & Lorne Campbell DC Lorica’s Waiting Up For Santa MW RI CGC 4/19/19 6/19 Ch. Tarlyn’s On Your Mark With Lorica Mw 5/24/19 7/19 DC Lorica’s Mischief Managed By Tarlyn MW RN 9/8/19 11/19

8.

GCHB J-Lynn’s Time To Solve The Puzzle MLD Jennifer L. & Tammy Lynn Van Namin

9.

GCH Pramada Koradox Good As Gold SL CGCU TKN James & Tracie Harvey

10. GCHB Dachhaven Mavericks Dream Catcher Mr. Alan William James

9.

GCHS Speechless Get Out Of My Way MS Steve Rice & Jeremy Burns

10. GCHB Turningpt Jalapeno Explendido FDC CGC TKN Diane J. Charlesworth & Dr. Randy N. Eltringham

TOP TEN WIREHAIR 1.

GCHS Bedrocs Sweet Red Candy FDC Robin Mathews

2.

GCHB Kadell’s OK Handsome Not Pretty W Cheryl Rueckert

3.

GCHB Summer Hill King Mai Tai Jayson Rankin, John Fabelo, Daniel A. Fabelo & Jeanne Rankin

4.

GCH VSchwalbes Ga’s Garden City MW Robert Schwalbe & Janet Schwalbe

5.

GCHG Turningpt I’m On My Game At Coniston Nancy J. Bischoff & Dr. Randy N. Eltringham

GCH Alegna’s Everybody Knows Your Name Jim & Danny Lenchner & Angela Lloyd

6.

GCH Treslow’s Honki Tonkn Nashville’s Jaffa’s Red Donna L. Taylor & Dawn Gagola

GCHB Daybreak’s Breaking The Ice V Toncorw Robert Tonnancour & Linda Tonnancour

7.

GCHG Wiretaps Life Is A Highway Patty Wirries

6.

GCHB Barkerville Aula Palatina Ted Brunner & Karen Brunner

8.

GCHB Kadell’s Hot’n Pretty At Dachsfyr W Sybyl N. Swan

6.

GCHB Riverrun’s Stirring Things Up MS Michael Severns & Diane L. Severns

9.

GCH Kaviroz Taste The Rainbow SW Kathy L. Zeckser & Allycia R. Bodine

GCHS DC Jagies At Last V Spellbound JE CGC Mrs. Susan Ann Genz & Mr. Timothy P. Genz

10. GCH Labar’s Best Of Both Worlds MW Barbara Lauer

TOP TEN SMOOTH 1.

GCHB Beachside Dox The Perfect Partner MS Cliff Ramos & Walter D. Cunningham

2.

GCHG Dynadaux Lookin’ At A Good Man Now MS Gary Cathey & Cyndy Senff

3.

GCHS Vanbork’s Inspector Gregson Theresa M. Pepe & Donna Sakakini

4.

5. 4.

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GCHS VSCHWALBES PRINCESS LEIA MW –Robert & Janet Schwalbe Ch. Vschwalbes Ga’s Garden City MW 3/29/19 5/19 Ch. Vschwalbes Low Country Boil MW 3/29/19 5/19 Ch. Vschwalbes Mrs Wilkes Boarding Hous MW 10/19/19 12/19 Ch. Vschwalbes River Street Sweets MW 11/26/19 1/20

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2019 Top Ten Conformation Dachshunds (Compiled from AKC Official Ranking)

TOP TEN LONGHAIR 1. GCHG Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL Christine Taylor & Carlos Puig 2. GCHG DC Walmar-Solo’s SOS-SL RN CA CGC Ann Kraft 3. GCHG Koradox Pramada’s Force Of Nature SL Margaret Peat & Tom Sikora 4. GCHG Galewinns Kaycees Sea Man CGCA D. Kulesa, P. Gale, & S. Ceplius

10. GCHG Mayapple It Wasn’t Me Kim Haupt

TOP TEN SMOOTH 1. GCHP Toskydox Marika Suertuda SS Sharon Lutosky 2. GCHG Passport’s I Kissed A Girl SS Brandt Gipp & Pamela Sullivan 3. GCHG Fusions Incahoots Platinum Jimi Johns Freaky Fas C. Heitzmann, R. Cotteleer & A. Cotteleer 4. GCHG Tudorglen V Brendackel American Beauty MS Terry Carr-Hall, D. Polk & Brenda Gardner 5. GCHS Kochana’s Déjà Vu II CGC TKN Diane Poranski

5. GCHS Dikerdachs Lion Valerie Diker

6. GCHS Bessdach Lady Bird Marina Lara & Karen Murray

6. GCHP Brownwood Rt’s Peace On Earth SL CGC Lynn Tyler, M. Peterson & R. Tyler

7. GCHB Hialeah’s Two-Timing Harlot Steve Garza

7. GCHG Granvalero’s Shinning Star SL Nancy Pearson

8. GCHG Trakehndachs Roccia Sunrise So V. Colon, P. Guthrie & J. Fagervik

8. GCHG Lockshire’s Walk The Line Splendor SL Kathleen Lockyer & Thomas Lockyer

9. GCHS Dynadaux Lookin At A Good Man Now MS G. Cathey & Cyndy Senff

9. GCHS Corrbelle’s Freedom Reigns V Dorae Steve Garza & Nancy Colson

10. GCHS Redgi Prado Vegas S. Budnick

2019 Top Ten Juniors 1.

Lillian Brock

2.

Madison Wertz

3.

Ava Hata

4.

Olivia Persinger

5.

Sydney Wills

6.

Aubrey Wertz

7.

Samantha Elliott

8.

Lillyanna Bedowitz

9.

Lindsay Meyers

10. Megan Hamilton

2019 Top Ten Agility Dachshunds Compiled By John Willmore 1. FC MACH9 Storeyvilles Sugar N Spice MXF TQX SE Suzanne Storey 2. MACH2 Storeyville’s Herr Friedrich Von Wire MW OF ME CA Suzanne Storey & Catherine Stevenson 3. MACH Teamint Rouge V Dorndorf L TD CA Maxine Brinker 4. FC Hoppledach’s Lucas Paul AX AXJ MXP3 MJP4 PAX OFP JE RAN CGC TKN Amy Ladew & Pamela J. Hawkins

TOP TEN WIREHAIR 1. GCHG Raydachs Riverwood Ready Aim Fire! A. Peterson, M. Peterson, Shirley Ray & Sandy Alexander 2. GCHG Brazosski Ringo Starr At Rivendell Diana Rockwell & Kellie Williams 3. GCHS J-Walk’s Pink Diamond SW Judy Walker & Shirley Ray 4. GCHS Kadell’s Pixie Dust W Laura Reynolds, Catlin & James Cahill 5. GCHP Leoralees Lets Boogie With Barstool MW Robbie Addison & Marietta Singleton 6. GCHG Long & Low Flying Solo MW C. Montgomery, P. Montgomery & J. Espinoza 7. GCHG Blackdales Wrecking Ball SW C. Black, B. Davis & K. Chandor 8. GCHS Brazosski-Rivendell Top Of The Track Ann Bischel 9. GCHS J-Walk’s Devil In Disguise Steve Wolden 10. GCHB Sweet Temptation Nevarez F. Nevarez

BEST OF OPPOSITE SEX NUMBERS ARE INCLUDED IN THE RANKINGS OF LONG, SMOOTH AND WIRE CONFORMATION AWARDS. 5. MACH6 Moxie Mcbride NF T2B Bonnie McBride 6. PACH2 Daphne Lauren Mills-Macdonald NA OAJ PAX2 T2BP Meghan Mills 7. FC MACH2 Chirribi’s Bossa Nova Baby PCD BN RA NF JE CA CGC TKN John Willmore & Diane Webb 8. PACH3 Sharprees Caught A Dream CD RE AX AXJ PAX6 NF ME CGC TKN Chris Baldwin & Sharon McDonald 8. FC MACH PACH Sage V Dorndorf L BN RN TDX PAX2 CA Maxine Brinker 10. CH Pach Bonaire’s Eeny Meeny Miny Mo RAE RDC NA OAJ PAX OF MFPB T2BP2 CGCA TKI Sallie Waldie & Carole Krivanich continued on next page... Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

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2019 Top Ten Obedience Dachshunds Compiled by Deniece Van Hook 1. D’Parks Camo Glam Gabriella MSD UD Rebecca Iagusch 2. FC Sharpree’s Don’ Make Me Light Ma’ Butt! CD BN RN TDU SE Sharon McDonald & Stephany Monteleone

3. DC Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube VCD1 BN RI TDX ME BCAT CGC TKI Shawn Nies

7. Duchwood’s Beyond My Wildest Dreams MS CDX PCDX RA CGC Pamela Emery

4. Kleinhunde Northern Rhapsody CD BN GN RA CGC Mary Bohach

7. Free Spirit Kustem Darwin CD BN RE AXP AJP TKN Sarah Saddoris

4. Tarlyn’s Emperor Matthew MS CD SCN SIN SBN CGC TKN Kim Seipel

9. GCH Zadox Amore Nite Enchanter MS CD BN CGC Dorothy Cochran

6. The Fonz Of Wyndox ML UD BN RE TDX ME Betsy Fortman

9. Rivercliff’s Suddenly The Rhythm Was Tango MW CD BN RI CGC Frances Crosse

2019 DCA Top 20 Field Trial Merit Awards

Compiled by Tracy Freeling

Rank Call Name

Registered Name

Owners

Points

Places

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Gunnie Misty Niya Abby Zeus Seiko Emmett

Charlie Snider Heidi Meyers, Pamala Hopkins Sherry Ruggieri Jamie Sexton Cheri Faust Tina, Laura & Anna Knoll

442 323 303 262 250 230

26 15 16 12 17 15

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 15

Ziggy Zenyatta Teddy Keeva Grace Bruno Milo Apache Indy

Cynthia Yeager Laura Isaacson Cheri Faust Jamie Sexton Sherry Ruggieri Joanne Fagervik Kathleen Johnson, Sandra Russell Rick & Jane Schwarz Linda Snyder

219 211 207 169 165 153 151 144 138

14 15 12 10 9 9 10 10 9

15 18 19 20

Ham Boomer Dottie Bear

DC Credere’s Gunnery Sergeant Windspirit JE FC Diddydox A Beautiful July Morning v Hoppledachs FDC CA FC Tusoksori-Ugraszto Husniya CGC FC Jalyse’s Absolutely Fabulous ML FC Zeus von Moosbach-Zuzelek SW BCAT FC Seiko v Dorndorf L TD GCH DC Town Farm Emmett Sweeps the Spotlight JE SCN THDN RATN CGC TKN FC Ziggy Stardust of Hidden Cedars FC Zenyatta Von Moosbach-Zuzelek SW SE FC Jalyse’s Teddy Bear v Wilderness Run ML RA NA NAJ CA FC Keeva A Keleti Tuz FC Trakehndachs Ms Precious Bunny JE GCH DC Duchwood’s When I Was Your Man MS FC Longtime’s Milo vom Nordlicht JE FC Yokum von Moosbach-Zuzelek SW TD JE CGC TKN DC Indiana Jones Aus Der Wutzelgrube CD BN RI TDX ME BCAT CGC TKI DC Jalyse’s Hampshire Hound ML NA NAJ NF FC Diddydox Mr. Big Lights Up the Sky v Hoppledachs JE CA GCH DC Town Farm A Splash of Water FC Eliya’s Bear Witness at Wilderness

Shawn Nies Jamie Sexton Heidi Meyers Michael Pitisci Susan Jill Chidlow

138 138 136 134 127

9 6 10 7 9

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 skipped. A minimum of two placements in Field Champion stakes during the award year are required to earn an award, and/or be included in preliminary listings.

2019 Versatility Awards Compiled by Sharon McDonald

TC Obsession’s Simply Brilliant SL BN RN AX AXJ MXP4 MXPB MJP5 MJPS PAX OF CGC Deneice L. Van Hook D.V.M. GCH TC MACH2 Obsession’s I’ll Take Your Heart SL BN RN MXG MJG MXF T2B ME CGC TKN Deneice L. Van Hook D.V.M.

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CH Hathor Farm’s Lucknow Adora Belle MW CX BN RE AX AXJ XF ME EE RATCH CGCA Stephany Monteleone GCHG DC Infiniti’s Picture Perfect V Leoralee MW BN RN JE CGC TKN Marietta Singleton, Liz Powell, M. Tipple & D. Maynard CH Keysown Mr Smidgen Of Wigeon CD BN RE RDC MX MXJ NF T2B JE CAA RATN CGCA CGCU TKP BCAT Leslie Keys GCHG DC Walmar-Solo’s Thank My Lucky Stars SL RI JE SCN SIN SHDN CGC TKN ATT Pam Donze, Kim Vidrine & Bruce Donze

2019 DCA Breeder Awards Longhair: GCHS Hunderbar Hundeleben Druid’s Fluid SL Breeder: Mary K. Freibert & Amber Leonard

Smooth: GCHB DC Bensarka Top Cat Breeder: Laura K. MacDonald & Clare MacDonald

Wirehair: GCHG Brazosski Ringo Starr At Rivendell Breeder: Diana Rockwell & Kellie Williams


CH GRANDGABLES THORNY THICKET ML

GCHB KORADOX PRAMADA’S DAFFODIL SL

GCHG MINIDOGLAND LINCOLN

GCHB TURNINGPT HOT SUMMER NIGHT DREAM

Smooth Male: Picture Not Available

CH. ROSE GATE PATRIOT GUARD

GCHG PASSPORT DO WHAT YOU SAY SS

GCHP LEORALEE’S BAYWATCH MW

GCHS VSCHWALBES PRINCESS LEIA MW

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DACHSHUND CLUB OF AMERICA

TOP PRODUCERS MERIT PROGRAM

REGISTER OF MERIT OUTSTANDING (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

REGISTER OF MERIT (R.O.M.)

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.

Dogs: Sire at least ten (10) champion get. Bitches: Produce at least four (4) champions.

QUALITATIVE REQUIREMENTS

Compiled by Ann Wlodkowski, this is the current list of Top Producers.

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 (R.O.M.O.) LONGHAIRED DOGS

CH GEROLF DAS ZWERGLEIN L Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller CH. GLENARRIF’S MAYBE YOU SHOULD KNOW Std. June Mann

CH B’S JAVELIN DE BAYARD Joe & Hannelore Heller

Std.

CH GLENAVAN ACCLAIM ML Mary Nie

CH BARKERVILLE ZEUS Ted & Karen Brunner

Std.

CH BARTLES VON LINKS Janet Wayock

Std.

CH HAN-JO’S FLAMING FLARE L Joe & Hannelore Heller

CH BERMARG’S BOONDOX ADVENTURE L Martha Grantham CH BERMARG’S SHONEY OF BOONDOX L Barbara Powers CH BOONDOX PANAMA JACK Dan Harrison

Std.

Std. Std.

Min.

Std.

CH HAN-JO’S ULYSSIS L Dr. Ingeborg Kremer

Std.

CH HAN-JO’S XTRA COPY L Kenneth Andrews

Std.

CH HARMO’S THE MURF OF ROSE FARM ML Mrs. Alan Robson

Min.

CH BOONDOX STING V KANAWHA L Std. Dan Harrison & Walter & Mary Jones

CH HUNDELEBEN TWO THUMBS UP SL Std. Carlos J. Puig & Jeffrey Boehne

CH BRIARDACH’S UNCLE SAM Monika & Paul Martin Std.

CH INSIGHT RUMORHASIT AT PRAMADA Std. Margaret E. Peat & Paul D. Jarmin

Dual Ch./CA/INT D AND D SIERRA SPIRIT V SHONEY CD, JE, CGC, VC Std. Diane & Don McCormack

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CH INSIGHT’S VENI VIDI VICCI Std. Cynthia & Jake Geiser

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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 WAGSMORE’S LOW AND BEEHOLD ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne

CH MOONDACHS ARAPAHOE Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std.

CH WALMAR’S CASANOVA Polly Savage

CH MIKLYN’S WINDJAMMER Lynn Jabaut

Min.

CH WALMAR’S KODIAK V BOONDOX Bob & Ann Wlodkowski

Min. Std.

Std.

CH PACKER’S BLACK GOLD ML Darlene Carawan

Min.

GCHP DC WALMAR-SOLO’S OMG SL Std. Kim Vidrine, Paula Carter, Dr. Theresa Nesbitt & Audrey White

CH ROBDACHS FAMILIAR STRANGER Sanford & Patricia Roberts

Std.

CH WINDSONG CAUTION TO THE WIND Lorene Hogan

CH ROBERT DE BAYARD Mary Howell

Std.

Dual CH SOLO’S PREMIERE SL Std. Paula Carter & Kim Vidrine CH SOLONG SQUIRE V’ BRISTLEKNOLL Sidney Stafford CH SOUVENIR OF WAGSMORE ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne, Robert & Jean Burnett CH WAGMORE’S CAPTIVATING ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne

Std.

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.) LONGHAIRED BITCHES

Std.

Min.

Min.

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 Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

Std.


CH DACHSHIRE LAST LAUGH Std. Cynthia & Mary-Michaela Geiser Dual CH DAYDACHS BONNIE BE GOOD SE CGC Miki Perry & Karen Purcell FC EM’S LANCER LOVE ML Teddy Moritz CH FLACHSHUNDS EXQUISITE ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Std. Min.

Min.

CH HAN-JO’S LOLLIPOP L Bev Dodds

Std.

HAN-JO’S YUM YUM L Joe & Hannelore Heller

Std.

CH HAN-JO’S ZSA ZSA Ron & Nancy Lockhart

Std.

GCH JARBSY’S MAMA MIA Sandy Arnold

Std.

CH KAYCEES GALEWINNS ALL REVVED UP MLD Min. John & Terrilynn Carlson CH INSIGHT’S TANTRUMS ‘N TIARAS Cynthia & Jake Geiser

Std.

CH MANNEQUIN’S CANDI BAR L Std. Carol Spritzer & Walter & Mary Jones CH PRAMADA’S SHE’S SO CALIFORNIA AT KORADOX L Tom Sikora & Margaret Peat

Std.

ROSE FARMS BLACKBERRY BUFF L Std. Dan Harrison & Dorothy Hutchinson CH ROSE FARMS DELILAH V BOONDOX Dee Hutchinson

Std.

CH ROSE FARMS ORCHID V BOONDOX Std. Dan Harrison & Martha Grantham

FC STARDUST ONE WAY OR ANOTHER JE RA Anne Schmidt

Std.

CH SUNSPUN SCANDAL SHEET Std. Bruce & Vicki Walsh CH TWELFTH NIGHT GLORY BE L Anne H. & James B. Carson GCHB TWELFTH NIGHT SABRINA FAIRCHILD Anne, James Carson & Kimberly Lanum CH TWELFTH NIGHT STAR SAPPHIRE L Anne & Catherine Carson WAGSMORE’S ROYAL TRADITION ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne CH VONGAYS PORSCHE CAYENNE SL Gail and Von Richards

Std.

CH GLENARRIF’S WHAT ABOUT ME June G. Mann

Std.

Min.

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

CH BOONDOX YORKTOWN L Dan Harrison & Maggie Peat

Std.

Std.

CH BRIARDACH’S BAZOOKA Monika & Paul Martin

Std.

CH SAUSAGE STABLES KARA ANN Gale Yamaguchi

Std.

CH BURDACHS BROWN EYED HANDSOME MAN Min. Melissa M. Sworab

CH SLEEPYTIME’S EXCLUSIVE ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

CH SLEEPYTIME’S FREE SPIRIT ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

CH SAUSAGE STABLES DEJAVU MOCHA SE Miki Perry

Min.

CH. GRANDGABLES THORNY THICKET ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min. Std.

CH HAN-JO’S CANDYMAN L Bev Dodds

Std.

Min.

CH SUNSPUN FACE OF AN ANGEL Clay Tedeschi & Vicki Walsh

Std.

CH TAPFERHAUS STENCIL L V. Jeanne Kappler

Std.

CH TIMBAR’S HEDLEY LAMAR Std. Janet Wayock CH VESHUND’S ELF ML Mary Olich Nie

Min.

CH VON DYCK’S MR. BOJANGLES L Dr. Helen Tiahrt

Std.

CH WAGSMORE’S ORANGE CRUSH ML Karyn & Jeff Dionne

Min.

CH INSIGHT’S OH DO BEHAVE Std. Dr. Mary Bohach

CH WAGSMORE’S SUBLIME ML Min. Jeff & Karyn Dionne

Dual CH IVIC’S INDELIBLE INK, UDX, CG, ME, VC Std. Andrea Baltes

CH WALMAR’S QUO VADIS Walter & Mary Jones

CH KARLEW’S TRITON Marjorie Lewis

Std.

CH KAYCEE’S GALEWINNS STARBURST AT WAGSMORE MLD Karyn & Jeff Dionne CH KEMPER DACHS BAD HABITS Charles Baris & John Hart

CH MANORVILLE’S REPEAT COPY L V. Jeanne Kappler

Std.

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) LONGHAIRED BITCHES

Min.

Std. Std.

Std.

CH ACKLAIM’S CAN’T TOUCH THIS ML Shan Jumper Dual CH AMAZING GRACE VON BAKUM Phylllis Meseroll & Michael Nothstein Dual CH AMTEKEL’S MERRY MELODY, JE Andra & Martin O’Connell

Min.

Std.

Std.

GCH PRAMADA’S QUAGMIRE OF MELROSE L Std. Margaret Peat & Keli T. Martin

Dual CH AMTEKEL’S TEHILLAH RA, NA, CGC, VC Std. Andra O’Connell, Melanie Simmons

CH SLEEPY HOLLOW’S MAJESTIC L Bob & Ann Wlodkowski

Std.

CH ARIMICH’S ANNATTA V MOONDACHS Jan & Kevin Schirmer

Std.

CH SLEEPYTIME’S EXACTA ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

CH AVIANCE’S STAR IS BORN @ LEORALEE’S SL Marietta Singleton

Std.

CH AVIANCES INDIAN RIVER FLY John S. Contoupe

Std.

CH SLEEPYTIME’S FRANCHISE ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

CH CAR-RAE’S MOONBEAM V PACKER ML Min. Paula Carter & Nancy Pearson

CH SLEEPYTIME’S HIGHLY SPICED ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

DC DACHAVEN PONY EXPRESS O’SIDDACHS Alan James

CH SLEEPYTIME’S LEGACY ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

Std.

CH SLEEPYTIME’S OHIO EXPRESS ML Susan & Johnny Jones

CH VON DYCK’S CASEY JONES Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller

CH HAN-JO’S APOLLO Richard A. & Wilva J. Bredahl

CH LOSTDOG BLACKJACK Miki Perry & Karen Purcell

CH BOONDOX POLO L Dan Harrison

CH ROSE FARM ZESABEL OF BOONDOX Std. Dan Harrison & Walter & Mary Jones

Std.

CH GLENAVAN ANTICIPATION ML Mary Olich Nie

Dual CH BARON VON SKAER JE, CGC, VC Std. Barbara Skaer & Anne Schmidt

CH BOONDOX FORREST GUMP L Walter & Mary Jones & Dan Harrison

CH FRANZ KAFKA VON SKAER Std. Barb Skaer & Anne Schmidt CH GLENARRIF’S MAYBE YOU SHOULD KNOW Std. June G. Mann

LONGHAIRED DOGS

Dual CH BOONDOX CHAPS L, JE Dr. Roger & Deborah Brum & Sherry Snyder

Std.

Std.

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.)

CH BAYARD LE CARDINAL Helen Engle

CH FLACHSHUND’S REMBRANDT L Dianne H. Pickard

CH BARKERVILLE CLEOPATRA Std. Karen & Ted Brunner CH BARKERVILLE LAUREN BACALL Ted & Karen Brunner

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CH BARKERVILLE SULTAN’S MISTRESS Karen & Ted Brunner

Std.

CH BARBEMAC AGAINST ALL ODDS ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum CH BAYARD L’HYACINTHE Monika & Paul Martin

Std.

CH BEDOXELD DESIREE L Elizabeth Benjamine

Std.

Std.

CH CHAZLYN’S GUESSING GAME SL Lynne & Charles Dahlén

Std.

Std.

Min.

Std.

Std.

CH CHAZLYN’S LUCK BE A LADY CGC RE CD Std. Andrea Baltes CRISTALDOX DIANA Sandra & Dena Livingstone

CH BERMARG’S PLAY MISTY FOR ME L Std. Meg Williamson & Martha Grantham CH BERMARG’S SATIN AND LACE L Carl & Linda Reich

CANTERBURY’S LITTLE LILLITH ML Lisa & Andrew Warren & Phyllis Rosinsky CH CASSIOPEIA OF SIRIUS L Walter & Mary Jones

CH BELDACH’S MERI CASATT Std. Connie Fisher CH BERMARG’S HAVALYN SKY TRACES Meg & Keith Williamson & Martha Grantham

CAMP GUTHRIE’S RAGS TO RICHES L Barbara & Joel Axel

Std.

Dual CH D AND D THE VISION OF SPIRIT, CDX Std. Diane Young McCormack CH DACHSHIRE BLACK GOLD L Std. Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

CH GLENARRIF’S YOURS TRULY Sandy Arnold & June Mann

Std.

CH GLENAVAN FASCINATION Diane White Sennett

Min.

CH GLENAVAN GAIETY ML Mary Nie

Min.

CH HUNDELEBEN VICTORIA ‘O SONATA ML Min. Karin B. Ashe

CH GLENAVAN REMINISCENT ML Mary Nie

Min.

FC HUNTNDOX LILY V SEERAUBER ML Susan C. Fuller

Min.

CH GLENAVAN SOPHISTICATION ML Mary Nie

Min.

CH ISLEDOX TRUE BLUE MAYBELLENE Ron & Faith Overdahl

Std.

Aust. CH GRAEDON MIDNIGHT FANTASY Jeff & Karyn Dionne

Min.

CH IVIC CEVAN’S CHIMNEY SWEEP Jane Larsen

Std.

CH IVIC’S ROCKY MOUNTAIN FEVER CDX, CG Jane Larsen

Std.

GREENHILLS BLACK VELVET Std. Ray & Ann Parrish GREENSBORO CALAMITY ML Min. Bobby & Cissy Johnson

JACINTHE DE BAYARD Mary Howell

Std.

Min.

CH JOY-DEN’S APRIL LOVE L Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std.

CH HAN-JO’S ERIKA L Judy Turner

Std.

JOY-DEN’S EVENING STAR L Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std.

Std.

CH JOY-DEN’S EVITA SL Diantha H. Gravelle

Std.

CH GREENSBORO’S ICE PRINCESS ML Cissy & Bobby Johnson

CH BEVART COPPER PENNY V BLUEBONNET SE Std. Beverly & Art Morgan

CH DACHSHIRE LITTLE CASINO L Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

Std.

CH BIRKDELL’S ANNIE’S SONG L Std. Bob & Ann Wlodkowski

CH DASH ‘N DOXIES MARBEL DELIGHT MDL Debbie James

Min.

CH HAN-JO’S ROXANNE L Betty Woerman

Min.

HAN-JO’S ROXIE AT SCHUMDACHS Jeri Hamman

Min.

CH HARBORMYST’S BEACH BABE ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

FC HARLEQUIN JALYSE PANDORA V DOMINOS ML CDX RE MX MXJ MXP MJP XF CAA Min. Jamie Sexton

CH BONNFEL’S SPIRIT HALO Kathryn Ryan & Diane Young

Std. DASH ‘N DOXIES YOYO ML Debbie James

CH BOONDOX ALL AGLOW L Std. Dan Harrison & Nancy Lockhart CH BOONDOX BERMARG TREASURE L Dan & Ann Harrison CH BOONDOX LAVENDER L Dave & Pam Peat

Std.

CH DDD’S WEE CONTESSA DO-RAE ML Nancy & Donald Colson & Paula Carter

Std.

DE SANGPUR WEE ROUGE Pat Beresford

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 Monika & Paul Martin

Std.

CH BRIARDACH’S MAKE A WISH Monika & Paul Martin Std. CH BRIARDACH’S PLUM PUDDIN’ Monika & Paul Martin CH BRIARDACH’S POTLUCK Monika & Paul Martin CH CAMP GUTHRIE DEVIL’S SPRITE L CDX TT Barbara & Joel Axel

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CH DEVANNA’S SHINE ON V SIDDACHS Dorothy O. DeVanna & Harvey Mueller CH DIKERDACHS KATERIE TEKAWITHA Valerie Diker

Min.

CAN/AM CH DOXDANE’S LADY IN RED AT GRANVALERO Std. Judee Valero FC EM’S LAST CHANCE ML Charles & Emma Sprung

Std.

CH FEIERTAG’S SMIDGEN OF SPICE L Kandi Kostic

Std.

FC GAVIA VON MORITZ ML Teddy Moritz

Std.

Std.

Std.

FC HERTA VOM STROOTBACHTAL Std. Karin Boyd & Barbara Trebisky CH HIGH PLAINS GIDDYUP Celeste Hagstrom, Pam Gale & Sherry Ceplius

Min.

CH HINDENBURG’S SHALIMAR Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std.

CH HOMAR’S MILLION DOLLAR BABY SL Std. Paula Carter & Kimberly Vidrine

CH GEORGIA DACHS SHENIQUA Std. Nancy Thompson, Kathy Pickrell & Pat Sawyer

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CH HEAVENSENT LUCK OF THE IRISH Grace & Charles Turner

Std.

Min.

Min.

GCH DC HOPPLEDACH’S CINDERELLA’S HEARTS WISH CD RA JE VC Min. Pamala J. Hopkins

CH HOMAR’S SIMPLY THE BEST SL Ryan Horvath, Carlos Puig, Janis & Roger Marti

Std.

DC HOPPLEDACH’S CINDERELLA’S DREAM ML CD RA JE VC Min. Pamala J. Hopkins

CH JOY-DEN’S I-RATE V SCHON BACH Arvilla Mayhall & Dorine Schoenbachler CH JOY-DEN’S MAGENTA MAGIC SL Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std.

Std.

CH JOY-DEN’S VIRGINIA WOOF SL Std. Kimberly Virdine & Joyce Warren CH KARCHAUS UNFORGETTABLE Andra O’Connell

Std.

CH KARCHAUS UNEXPECTED TREASURE Andra O’Connell

Std.

CH KARLEW’S LITTLE EVE Marjorie Lewis

Std.

CH KARLEW’S PRINCESS V BIRKDELL Marjorie Lewis

Std.

CH KHYBRENS SOCIAL BUTTERFLY Bev Brennesholz & Roberta Woodward

Std.

CH LADY ROSALYN OF SIRIUS Std. Joe & Hannelore Heller CH LADY WILMOT AT BRONIA Min. Kathleen Y. Doi


Std.

Meredith Taylor, Ann & Robert Wlodkowski

Std.

SLEEPY HOLLOW ROBED IN RED Std. B. Ann & Robert J. Wlodkowski

FC L AND C MT SHASTA L CDX Std. ME, CG, CGC Sandi Myers & Larry Sorenson

CH PRAMADA’S J. ABERCROMBIE L Dave & Pam Peat

CH LEHIGH’S SLEEPYTIME ABBA ML Bob Bray

Min.

CH R’COLA ACRES SUNSHINE SINDY Jay & Ann Willis

Min.

CH REDFERN LIBERATED FINANCE Std. Keith Williamson & Meg Williamson & Renee Swab

CH LEX-AN SERENDIPTY V WENLYN ML Anne Fons

CH LEXUS JUST A LITTLE BIT COUNTRY SL Grace & Charles Turner Std.

CH ROBDACHS FASHION FLING Std. Sanford & Patricia Roberts

Dual CH LOSTDOG’S SISKIYOU Std. Ruth Martucci & Dan Barnes

CH ROSE FARMS COUNTRY GIRL L Std. Dan Harrison & Dorothy Hutchinson

CH MAYRHOFEN SIDRA L VON IVIC UDT VC Jane Larsen CH MELODY OF SIRIUS L Walter & Mary Jones CH METRONOMES LADY IN RED L Darleen Wheelington & B. & V. Smith

Std. Std.

Std.

CH ROSE FARM’S DRAGONORA ML Jeff & Karyn Dionne

Min.

CH ROSE FARMS ELITE V BOONDOX Ruth Martucci & Dan Harrison

Std.

CH ROSE FARM’S GINGER GIRL Std. Dee Hutchinson

Std.

CH ROSE FARMS HANNELORE BOONDOX Std. Dan Harrison & Melanie Maurer

CH MOONDACHS SWEET GINGER BROWN Mary & Craig Lee

Std.

CH ROSE FARMS HONEY V BOONDOX Dan Harrison, John Brading & Lon Strauch

CH MT’S CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO Merritt & Meredith Taylor

Std.

Dual CH MT’S EMPIRE BUILDER Merritt & Meredith Taylor

Std.

CH MILLHAUS HEAVENLY COPY L Pat Mills

CH MT’S WHITE DIAMOND Nancy & Mark Eby

Std.

DC MYE PRIMADOX ANGELIQUE JE, TT, CGC, VC Std. Sandi Myers & Ken Hagmueller & Kellye Slatton FC NYSSA VON MORITZ ML Teddy Moritz CH OLD HANOVER’S WHAT ABOUT ME ML Linda Beamer

Min.

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 Dave & Pam Peat

Std.

Std.

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 Paula Carter GCHS DC SERENITY’S STEEL MAGNOLIA RN CGC Wendy Snyder, R.J. Cooper & Patrice Baker DC SHADACH’S NITNEELION JOSIE Diane White Sennett

Std.

Std.

Min.

CH SLEEPYTIME BRILLIANT Susan & Johnny Jones CH SLEEPYTIME’S MERCI GLENAVAN Susan & Johnny Jones CH SLEEPYTIME’S SANGRIA Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

Min. Min.

CH SLEEPYTIME’S SHOW ME Min. Susan Jones CH SOLO’S STEEL MAGNOLIA MLD Paula Carter, Nancy Pearson & Alyce Gilmore

Min.

GCHB DC STARDUST’S SIMPLY IRRESISTIBLE RE NP VC Std. Anne Schmidt DC STARDUST DO U BELIEVE N MAGIC JE RN VC Anne Schmidt & Barb Koch Std. CH STOLZ ARIMICH PERSEPHONE SL Lucy Granowicz, Heather Denham & Eileen Lebut

Std.

CH WAGSMORE’S THE BEE’S KNEES ML Jeff & Karyn R. Dionne

Min.

CH WALMAR’S GIGGLES V BOONDOX Dan Harrison

Std.

CH WALMAR’S HOLLYHOCHS V BOONDOX Std. Walter & Mary Jones CH WALMAR’S PEPPERMINT PATTY Walter & Mary Jones

Std.

CH WHISTLESTOP’S MIFFIN T-ANN John & Mary Teigland

Std.

CH WHISTLESTOPS PRIME TIME LIVE Phoebe Phillips

Std.

CH WILHELM’S DIXIELAND JAZZ Bee Spencer

Std.

CH WINDCATCHER’S PRINCESS WARRIOR Janet Georgeanne

Std.

CH WOLDORF’S STORMY WEATHER Mark & Nancy Eby

Std.

CH WUNSSUM’S RIVERWIND ANASTASIS Nancy Lindhe-Eby

Std.

Dual CH WURSTCHEN DACHSHIRE SIERRA L Cheryl Snedaker-Sims

Std.

CH WYNDCREST COUNTRY SAMPLER Jill & Nathan Janz

Std.

Std.

CH TECKELHOF’S HARBOR PARK MIST Std. Charlotte Borghardt & Edith Colaneri CH TECKELTERRE’S INDIAN SUMMER L Ruth Williams CH TWELFTH NIGHT BE MY FAIR LADY Anne H. & James B. Carson & Brenna Potash CH TUDOX TRISTEZAS AT PRAMADA L Pramada Kennels, Registered

Std.

Std.

Std.

CH SHADOWDACH’S POLLYANNA Brian Owen & Roy Dampeer

Std.

CH VON SCHAAFMEISTER’S SOLO SONG C.M. & W.S. Shaffmaster

GCH SLEEPY HOLLOW CAROLINA BELLE

Min.

CH SUNTECKELS BETHANY Jan & Kevin Schirmer

GCH VONGAYS GIFT WRAPPED FOR INSIGHT Std. David & Sue Humphrey

DC SIDDACHS TURANDOT JE Alan James & Sidney Stafford

CH WAGSMORE’S PICTURESQUE ML Karyn & Jeff Dionne

CH WILHELMINA VON SKAER Std. Barb Skaer

Std.

Std.

Min.

GCH STOLZ SOUTHERN BELLE MS ASHLEY SL Std. Carol Stolz-Blancato & Vince Blancato

SHADAES ENGLISH ROSE V RALJO Monika & Paul Martin

DC SIGNATURE’S OLIVA RN Wendy Snyder

CH WAGSMORE’S FROM A DISTANCE ML Kathy A. Steele

Min.

Register of Merit (R.O.M.) LONGHAIRED DOGS CH AMTEKEL’S THE GREAT GATSBY Sidney Stafford

Std.

Std.

CH VON SKAER PROMENADE V CLIPPER Std. Barb Skaer & Dave Nickel

CH BARKERVILLE PAGEMASTER Ted & Karen Brunner

Std.

Std.

WAGSMORE’S CHARISMA COUNTS ML Jeff & Karen Russel Dionne

Min

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CH BARBEMAC MIDNIGHT RUN ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum & Nancy Turner CH BAYARD L’ORESTE VON MARDACH Marjorie Creasy CH BOONDOX VALENTINO L Nancy Eby & Judy Thompson

Std. Std.

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 Phyllis Rosinsky CH CARAWAN’S CHAUFFEUR ML Darlene Carawan CH CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD JERICHO ML Darlene Carawan CH CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD JONAH ML Darlene Carawan

Min.

Min.

Min.

Min.

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 Joyce Young

Std.

CH FOXFIRE VON BAYERN HUTTE ML Min. Martha Fuller & Joseph Banacki GCH GALEWINNS KAYCEES GOLDEN TICKET MLD Pam Gale & Shea Jonsrud

Min.

CH GO-WINS FAB TEDDY Z Std. Nancy Lindhe Eby, Mark Eby, Lindsey Thelen & Lorene Hogan CH GRANDGABLS CAFEAULAIT KT DOX ML Min. Jyl Scott CH GRANDGABLES WOLF WHISTLE ML Linda Beamer CH HAN-JO’S LEMON DROP KID L Joe & Hannelore Heller CH HANJO N’ SYLMAR GOLDNUGGET ML Maria P. Wild

58

Min.

Std. Min.

CH HANSELDOX JOSHUA ML Carol Burton

Min.

Register of Merit (R.O.M.)

CH HEATHERO FURBY Min. Shona Barrick & Viginia Stephenson

LONGHAIRED BITCHES

CH JO AND JO’S PACKERS O HENRY ML Derryll Packer

CH ACKLAIM’S CAN’T TOUCH THIS ML Shan Jumper

Min.

GCH. KENMAR’S CHARISMATIC FROM SCANPOINT Min. Marianne McCullough CH LOWRY HILL’S GOLDENNUGGETJBS Jyl Scott

Min.

CH ORCHARDWOOD’S JEREMIAH ML Min. Alicia M. Rescek & Leonard A. Rescek CH PEGREMOS PARAGON L Peter Monks

Std.

CH PRAMADA’S Q-BERT L Dave & Pam Peat

Std.

CH PHL’S ANEAS OF LOVE CALL SEVEN JP Valerie Diker CH ROBDACHS CAPSTONE Sanford & Patricia Roberts

Std.

Min.

CH SLEEPYTIME’S FIGURE OF SPEECH ML Min. Susan & Johnny Jones SUNARA FIRECRACKER Charlie May CH TWELFTH NIGHT FAMOUS AMOS Anne H. & Catherine Carson CH TWELFTH NIGHT INHERIT TH’ WIND Anne H. & James Carson CH TWELFTH NIGHT WILD WEST WIND Anne H. Carson

Min.

Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

CH ARDENCAPLE’S MELODY D’AMOUR Ken Fields ARDENCAPLE’S WEE SURPRISE Mrs. Willard K. Denton

Min.

Std.

CH BURDACHS AIN’T MS. B HAVEN ML Carol Burton CH BURDACHS U WANNA MAKE A MEMORY ML Carol Burton

Std.

Std.

Min.

CH CAMP GUTHRIE SUMMER SUNSET L CGC Barbara & Joel Axel

Min.

Min.

CH CANTERBURY’S LITTLE CARLA ML Lisa & Andrew Warren

CH BARBEMAC’S FANCY COLOURS ML Mary Sue Barnum

Min.

CH BARBEMAC PARFAIT CHOCOLAT ML Mary Sue Barnum

Min.

CH BARBEMAC SILKWOOD ML Min. Mary Sue Barnum CH BARKERVILLE DOLLY MADISON Ted & Karen Brunner

Min.

CARAWAN’S CONSTANT COMMENT ML Min. Janice Mosely & Darlene Carawan CH CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD KIWI ML Janice Moseley

Min.

CH CARAWAN’S WILDWOOD MEMORY ML Darlene Carawan

Min.

Std.

CH CARLIN’S LADY OF THE LAKE L Sharyn Drake, Kathy Pickrell & John Thompson

CH BAVARIA DACHS KISS ME KATE Particia Mace

Std.

CH CAR-RAE’S MILKY WAY ML Min. Mary A. Dowski

CH BAVARIA DACHS LUCYGEE L Std. Richard A. & Wilva J. Bredahl

Std.

CH BLACK SHADOW OF DOLPHIN Clara Secord CH BLAIRHAVEN RED SILK Blairhaven Kennel

Std.

Std.

CARAWAN’S ASHLEY Darlene Carawan

CH BARKERVILLE SHONEY’S FIRST LADY Mark Eby & Nancy Lindhe-Eby

CH BAYARD L’ORIANE Helen Harrison

Std.

CH BRONIA LOLITA Std. Margaret Peat & Steve Marlow

Std.

Am/Can CH AMTEKEL’S MERRY HEART Std. Deborah Sauer & Andra O’Connell

Std.

CH TWELFTH NIGHT XPRESS RUSTY L Std. Anne H. & James B. Carson CH VON DYCK’S JOHNNY ONE NOTE L Walter & Mary Jones

Dual CH ALDOX BETTY’S SHADOW Beverly Brahe

Std.

GCH BROWNWOOD ROYALL T’S WINGSINGER CA Std. Lynn Tyler, Jerry Cerasini, Royall Tyler & Paula Tyler

Min.

Min.

CH ROSE FARM’S PALOMINO ML Min. Karyn Russell-Dionne & Jeff Dionne CH SLEEPYTIME’S BRIT STERLING ML Susan & Johnny Jones

CH ALDOX ARF’EN ANNIE Ellen Stanton

CH BOONDOX OPIUM V WALMAR John Mohme

CH BOONDOX BRADAUCH ECLAIR L Dan Harrison CH BOONDOX GLORY DAYS CD Bobbi Borbely & Dan Harrison CH BOONDOX HILARITY L Dan Harrison & Debbi Brum

Std.

Std.

CASEY’S BELLE AMI OF BAYARD CD Constance B. Fisher

Std.

Std.

FC CASSIE OF COTTON MEADOWS LH CD RE MX MXJ OF SE Min. Jamie & Karin Sexton Std.

Std.

CH CEDAR HILL PAINTED PRINCESS Judi Rideout & Alberta Allen

Std.

Std.

CH COPPERTONE V BOONDOX L Dan Harrison

Std.

Std.

COTSWOLD’S MARSTON MAISEY Derek & Fred Turner

Std.

CH CREAM RIDGE NEW CASTLE SUNDAY MORNING, MLC Min. Shan Jumper


DACHSBAU CHAMPAGNE LADY Min. Janice & Bryan Finney & J. Crocke CH DACHSHIRE LADY LUCK Thomas & Kathleen Lockyer CH DACHSHIRE LIL TEXAS TORNADO SL June G. Fetters

CH HAN-JO’S HEATHER L Std. Hannelore Heller & Jeff Richards Std.

Std.

CH HAN-JO’S YULETIDE YAHTZEE Joe & Hannelore Heller CH HANSELDOX MISS MAKAYLA V BURDACHS ML Carol Burton

Min.

Std.

CH DWAIN’S RUSSET SWEEP L Std. Mr. & Mrs. Richard O’Mara CH FANTASY VON KOTTHAUS L Std. Robert & Alice Dildine FEIORLINN DE RIGEUR Mary Pyle & Irva McDougald

Std.

FOXFYRE FUDGE RIPPLE ML Min. Aubrey Nash & Raymond Freer CH FOXFYRE RING OF FIRE Rhonda Doty

Min.

CH FOXFYRE SEA SHELL ML Min. Aubrey Nash & Raymond Freer CH FEIERTAG’S NUTMEG NOUGAT L Kandi Kostic GCH GALEWINNS KAYCEES TREASURED GEM MLD Pam Gale & Shea Jonsrud Dual CH GER’S NOELA KATRINA LH RN David L. & Elizabeth C. Brown

Std.

Min.

Std.

CH GLENAVAN COSMOPOLITAN ML Karyn & Jeff Dionne

Min.

CH GLENAVAN IRRESISTIBLE ML Karyn & Jeff Dionne

Min.

CH GLENAVAN VANITY FAIR ML Mary Olich Nie GLENARRIF’S ONEDERFUL June Mann CH GRAEDON PRETTY WOMAN Dee Hutchinson CH HADSELHUS’ ARABESQUE L Richard A. & Wilva J. Bredahl CH HALEAJO’S PERIWINKLE Martha Prendergast

Std.

Std

GCH DASH’N DOXIES BELLE’S Min. GRAND FINALE MLD Debbie James DE SANGPUR LADY STONYBROOK Bernard & Betty Piper

CH HAN-JO’S FANTASIA L Joe & Hannelore Heller

HIBORN LAST DEAL Mr. & Mrs. Wendall Oglesbee

Std.

CH LOSTDOG’S HI-LILLY Becky Harstad

Std.

SHAMROCK’S HOCUS POCUS L Std. Owel Newman

CH MAGNA CHRIS OF CURLEY Std. CREEK Sherry Snyder

CH SLEEPYTIME’S FREE SPIRIT ML Susan & Johnny Jones

Min.

CH MAR-KREST ALL THAT GLITTERS Anne Schmidt

Std.

SOLO’S KARMA CHAMELEON ML Alberta Flachs & Paula Carter

Min.

MC’S FOXIE ROXIE OF DILU ML Cynthia Ruckman

Min.

CH MT’S NELLIE BLY Meredith & Merritt Taylor

Std. Std.

STARGATE SPECIAL COPY Std. Amanda Hodges & Barbara Myers STF NAUGHTY BY NATURE ML Jennifer & Patricia McNally

Min.

STONEBRIDGE SANTA FE SIDDACH Constance B. & Gary R. Fisher

Std.

CH STONYBROOK’S PJ’S MAUREEN L Robin Gianopoulos

Std.

CH HOLOW’S MAID MIDNIGHT L Peter Monks

Std.

MY WAY MOZE’N ALONG L Sharon Christiansen

JANDELO’S PATRICIAN KNEPPER Elizabeth Van Valen

Std.

CH ORCHARDWOOD DEEP DARKNESS Leonard & Alice Rescek

Min.

CH JBS GOLDNGEM OF SERENDIPITY ML Jyl V. Scott

Min.

CH OZO’S JUST A WHISPER FROM MANMAR Janice Finney

Min.

SUNTURA’S SHAZAM ML Min. Karyn Russell-Dionne & Jeff Dionne

CH JOY-DEN’S HEAVENLY BODY L Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std.

CH PACKER’S BROWN BETTY II ML Min. Gail Meghghy & Sherry Ceplios

SWEETHAVEN SUZI CHENILLE Std. Barbara Nichols

Std.

CH PACKER’S BROWN SUGAR ML Derryll Packer

CH JOY-DEN’S JAMAICA RUM SL Joyce Warren & Kim Vidrine J-LYN’S FLYING TO VICTORY ML Jennifer L. VanNiman

Min.

CH JOY-DENS NO-NO NANETTE SL Std. Joyce Warren & Mary Mathieson CH JO AND JO STF BROWN EN VOGUE ML Jennifer & Patricia McNally CH KASHMIR OF NIKOBAR Barbara Nichols

Min. Std.

GCH KENMAR’S CHARISMATIC FROM SCANPOINT Min. Marianne McCullough

Min.

CH. PASSPORT KENMAR DANCES WITH WOLVES Min. Marianne McCullough CH PEGREMOS LURLENE L Peter Monks CH PHANTASEAS EMEIGH SUE L Dr. Janet Crane

Std.

Std.

PUNKIN’ PI V TURNER Std. Becky England & Nancy Turner GCH RABOWS STRANGE FRUIT OF PALADIN Melissa M. & Mark J. Sworab

Min.

CH RAISIN’L BRYKAAR O’ ALI’I AK INU Victoria L. McConnell

Std.

CH SYLMAR’S QUEEN OF HEARTS ML Maria P. Wild

Min.

CH TALIESIN’S STORMY WEATHER ML Elaine Hanson

Min.

CH TECKELWOOD MADONNA Kathleen Sahlin

Min.

CH TWELFTH NIGHT ANGEL GABRIELLE L Anne H. Carson

Std.

CH TWELFTH NIGHT ANGEL OF HOPE Anne H. Carson

Std.

CH TWELFTH NIGHT EVENING LIGHT Anne H. & James B. Carson & Brenna Potash

Std.

Std.

Std.

CH TWELFTH NIGHT GEMINI CASSIE Anne H. Carson

Std.

Min.

CH TWELFTH NIGHT GLIMMER OF HOPE Anne H. Carson

Std.

CH TWELFTH NIGHT HOPE DIAMOND L Anne H. & Catherine Carson

Std.

CH. SCANPOINT’S ENCORE CGC Min. Karin B. Ashe and Marianne McCullough

CH TWELFTH NIGHT M’L’N’IUM MYSTERY Anne H. & James B. Carson

Std.

Std.

CH LEX-AN SOLAR FLAIR ML Min. Karyn & Jeff Dionne

Std.

CH LONGDOGIAS REV MY SHELBY COBRA ML Min. Heather Ackby & Janet Donnelly

Dual CH SHADOWDACH’S SO RARE Brian Owen & Roy Dampeer

CH TWELFTH NIGHT STAR O’BERMARG L Anne H. & Catherine Carson

Std.

CH. KENMAR’S POPULAR RETURN TO SCANPOINT Min. Marianne McCullough and Karin B. Ashe

CH ROBDACHS GYPSY ROSE Beatrice Medes

Std.

GCH. KENMAR’S STANDS WITH A FIST Marianne McCullough

CH ROSE FARMS ALL A GLITTER ML Nancy Zumwalt Prouty

Min.

CH. KORADOX BORN TO BE WILD AT SJ ARIES SL Min. Steve Marlow

CH ROSE FARMS LIME SODA Mary Pyle & Irva McDougal

Min.

Min.

Std.

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CH TWELFTH NIGHT’S MORNING GLORY L Anne H. Carson

Std.

CH DYNADAUX HILLBILLIE HOLLYWOOD MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

CH TWELFTH NIGHT’S MORNING STAR L Anne H. & Catherine Carson

Std.

BISS CH DYNADAUX HONKY TONK BAR N GRILL MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

CH WAGSMORE CARTE BLANCE ML Debbie James CH WALMAR’S MADGE V BOONDOX Walter & Mary Jones CH WAVECREST PAIGE V ELYSIUM B. Ann Wlodkowski & Lisa & Andrew Warren CH WISPY WILLOW VON SKAER SL Anne Schmidt & Barb Skaer CH WHISTLESTOP’S PENNY CANDY Lynne Allen

Min.

Std.

CH FARMEADOW LIGHT UP THE SKY Charles Baris & John Hart

Min.

CH FORRESTER’S HUNTER Frances & James Forrester

CH WOLDORF’S CITY OF LIGHTS L Mark & Nancy Eby

CH APPLE HILLS RITE DECISION Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

Std.

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 Marilou & Tim Callison & Lorraine & David Simmons GCH ROSE GATE RUBY WILL UB MINE @ANTIR Charlene & Herman Shuping

Std.

Std.

CH GALADACHS MY BOY GIORGIO Std. Gail M. Laidoner & Michael Powell

CH BESSDACHS REBA MCLOVELY Std. Betty Jeffery & Renee Lara DVM

CH ROSEHILLS RAVEN V KINDERTECKEL Kristin Cihos-Williams, Emalia Williams & Sage Williams

CH DIAGRAM LOVE POTION SS Std. Dianne Graham

SAGERUNS TINK MSD Daryl Turner & Art Sanderson

Std.

AM/CAN CH GRANDGABLES WEE MR RED THORN Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

CH DYNADAUX FAST CARS AND FREEDOM MS Min. Cyndy Senff

GCH SUMMERHILL WHISPERING BREEZE SS Michael & Cathy Blatz Std.

Dual CH FRIESLAND’S FANTASY STRUDEL Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

CH GALADACHS MINDY OF NIKOBAR Gail Laidoner

Std.

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) SMOOTH DOGS

Std.

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 Jack Karcher

Std.

SMOOTH DOGS Std.

CH BARBADOX ANDI Barbara Haisch

Std.

CH BARBADOX IRONSIDE SS Jan Oswald & Jeri Smith

Std.

CH BOONDOX CHUCKIE BUNYAN John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

CH DUNKELDORF FALCON’S FAVORITE Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dunk, Jr.

Std.

CH DUNKELDORF FALCON FORESTER Mrs. Charles Statler

Std.

60

Std.

CH APOTHECARY BLACK ROSEY ROSE George Kleinman

Std.

GCH BARKERVILLE WHY NOT Std. STANDARD Ted and Karen Brunner

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.) CH AUBARLEAS JOHNNY ANGEL John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

SMOOTH BITCHES

GCH PASSPORT PRELUDE TO A KISS SS Arvind & Joyce De Braganca

Std.

CH WHISTLESTOP’S SURPRIZ SURPRIZ Std. Lynne Allen CH WILLOWCROFT TECKELWOOD FLAIRE SL JE Amanda Hodges & Barbara M. Myers

CH FALCON OF HEYING-TECKEL Fred & Rose Heying

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.)

CH LADDLAND A WING AND A PRAYER Kaye Ladd CH MAXSOHN’S STAR OF CHOO CHOO Maria Hayes

Std.

Std.

Std.

GCHS PASSPORT DO WHAT YOU SAY SS Arvind and Joyce DeBranganca

Std.

CH PRUITT’S RED RIPPER James & Margaret Pruitt

Std.

CH SHEEN V WESTPHALEN Peggy Westphal CH SONDERBAR BOOMERANG MS Cyndy Senff Dual CH STARDOX TWIST AND SHOUT JE Elizabeth (Sandy) Patterson & Lorraine Simmons

Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

FC GESCHA VOM MEISTERWURZ Sian Kwa-Hopfensperger CH KINDERTECKEL’S FOURSTAR LILY Kristin E. Cihos-Williams & Emalie Williams

Std.

CH ADD-SIM’S GOOD TIME CHARLIE Valerio Hernandez Colon CH APPLE HILLS HERCULES Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

CH LADDLAND CAMELOT Kaye Ladd

Std.

CH LADDLAND JULIET Kaye Ladd

Std.

Std.

CH LANDMARK SIMONE V JOYAL Anne Allen Crockett & Barbara Power

Min.

CH LEORALEES BLKS GIRL OF TEXAS MS Min. Cliff Ramos, Walter Cunningham & Marietta Singleton

Std.

CH LUCENE’S CROWNING GLORY Std. Jeanine Sudinski & Mechelle Stall

Std.

CH LUCENE’S TIARA Jeanine Sudinski

Std.

CH MOFFETT’S ROSANNE Themla Moffet

Std.

Std.

Std.

Min.

Min. Std.

Dual CH APPLEHILL ON THE RITE TRACK CG Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

CH APPLE HILLS ULTIMATE DECISION Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

CH B-SHIRS PUTTIN ON THE RITZ Min. Daryl Turner & Arthur Sanderson CH BADGERLANDS PRIME TIME JOEY M Sandra Golemb

Min.

GCH BARKERVILLE TORCHY MILLER Ted and Karen Brunner

Std.

CH BESSDACHS JOE CLAY BROWN Std. Betty Jeffery & Renee Lara DVM CH BESSDACHS WINGS OF EAGLES Betty & William Jeffery

Std.

CH BLAURUCKENBERG FIREBRAND Ernestine Carlson

Std.


CH CHERRY CREEK’S TOBY MS Min. Cynthia DeYoung CH COOK’S HOME BREW Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cole CH CRISCROSS MEANT TO BE MSC Valerio Hernandez Colon & Patricia Guthrie

Std.

GCH HIALEAH’S TEXAS GENTLEMAN Lexa Richmond & Matt Rosa CH JOLLY DACHS GEORGE Ann Gordon

Min.

Std. Std.

CH JOY-DEN’S COMMANDO SS Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) SMOOTH BITCHES ADD-SIM’S CELEBRITY GIRL Anthea Gregory

Std.

CH ADD-SIM’S GITANA SS Barbara Butterworth

Std.

CH ADD-SIM’S PLAYGIRL SS Don & Gerri Harfst

Std.

Std.

BISS ENG/AM/CAN CH D’ARISTA SUPERNATURAL Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

CH JOY-DEN’S ZILLION DOLLAR MAN Joyce Warren

Std.

AM/CAN CH DACHSMITH LOVE’S AJAX Iris Love

CH KARLSTADT’S LIONEL Dee Hutchinson

Std.

CH APPLE HILL PLEIADES Std. Helen Hamilton & Megan Hicks

CH LADDLAND FIREWORKS Helen Hamilton

Std.

CH DACHSMITH LOVE’S DIOMEDES Iris Love & Anne Radice DC DARSHAN HUMMER V JAGIES Jan Oswald, Jerri Smith & Eric Henningsen CH DYNADAUX C-O-U-N-T-R-Y MS Cyndy Senff

Std.

Std.

Std.

CH LANDMARK BOLD RULER Std. Robert Butterworth Std.

Min.

CH DYNADAUX HONKY TONK REDNECK SONG MS Min. Cyndy Senff GCHP DYNADAUX REDNECK FANCY BOY MS Cyndy Senff CH FELSHEIM’S FRIENDLY JESTER Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cook

Min.

Std.

Can/SAF/Zim CH GARTHORNE MR. BEAN FOR GRANDGABLES Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan CH GEORGIA DACH’S CHANDLER Nancy Thompson

CH LUCENE’S FRIENDLY FIREMAN Jeanine Sudinski

Std.

Min.

CH CRISCROSS BLACK LILY SS Marnie Kerley & Cris Natali

Std.

CH BARBADOX WENDI Robert Palmer

Std.

DACHSBOROUGH LIA V TEJAS SS Lucia Butler

Std.

CH BARBADOX YOLANDA Ruth Martucci

Std. CH DACHSBOROUGH VICTORIANNA Helen Carlin

Std.

CH DACHSMITH LOVE’S PSYCHE TSYCHE Iris Love

Std.

CH DACHSMITH LOVE SELENE NIKE T Iris Love

Std.

CH DARSHAN’S CLAIM TO FAME SS Joyce Warren & Gail Laidoner

Std.

CH DEISTERS STRETCHIN’ GRETCHEN Ann Deister

Std.

CH BARKERVILLE DOLLY MADISON Ted H. & Karen Brunner

Std.

CH MOFFETT’S GEORGI Thelma Moffett

Std.

CH MOFFETT’S HARVEST Themla Moffett

Std.

BENMARDEN’S CELESTIAL LADY Jim & Vera Tucker

Std.

CH BESSDACHS BEDAZZLED KARAVEL Karen Murray & Marina Renee Lara DVM

Std.

CH PROUDLY WE HAIL V WESTPHALEN Lucia Butler & Sid Sims

Std.

CH. ROSE GATE PATRIOT GUARD Gary & Marilou Callison

Std.

CH SANDAR’S CHARLES OF THE RITZ MS Sharon Taylor & Daryl Turner

CH GREGORY’S MARRYING SAM Henry & Jackie Gregory

CAN. CH TORI-JARICE’S WEE ANGUS MS Jeanne Rice

Min.

CH APPLEHILLS SIGN OF THE CROSS Std. Helen Hamilton & Megan Hicks

Std.

CH TEXDOX ERIC Sid & Ann Sims

Std.

Std.

CH BARKERVILLE VOGUE Ted H. & Karen Brunner

CH OMNI’S ROCK A FELLER Mrs. Helen Carlen

CH VILLANOL’S GLADI’S LAD Jean Carvill

Min. Std.

Min. Std.

Std.

CH CLASSIC UNFORGETABLE SS Dianne Graham

Std.

CH NIXON’S FLEETING ENCOUNTER Coletta Kinch

Std.

Std.

FC APPLE HILL DIGGING DOWN UNDER MS CGC RATN NJP CA Std. Kurt & Heidi Meyers

Std.

CH LUCENE’S PHANTOM Jeanine Sudinski

CH CHOO CHOO DOLL OF SWEETHEART James & Marie Sakoda

CH CHOO CHOO’S SWEETHEART Robert Palmer

BARKERVILLE IN STYLE Ted H. & Karen Brunner

BISS Gr/AM/CAN CH GRANDGABLES WEE GOLDEN EDITION Min. Guy Jeavon & Mark Houston-McMillan

CH HAN-JO’S WEE TABASCO Joe & Hannelore Heller

Std.

Std.

AM/CAN CH GRANDGABLES BLOND BEACH BOY MS Min. Guy Jeavons, Mark McMillan, Janalyn Dubois, Sandra Golemb GCH GRANDGABLES SUMBUDDY WALDEN Denise Waldo

CH LUCENE’S DAXYLINE RINGMASTER Jeanine Sudinski

CH CHERRY CREEK’S RUBY MS Min. Cynthia DeYoung

CHOO CHOO’S SANTE FAYE Robert Palmer

CH JOY-DEN’S LIGHTNINGN-THUNDER Joyce & Dennis Warren

CH CROSSWYND’S CRACKER JACK Mrs. Charles Statler

CH CHARMAINE V CANDACHS Std. Carl & Candice Holder

Std.

Std.

Std.

CH DERRIGON DUTCH TREAT Std. Donald & Gerri Harfst

Std.

CH DIGALOT’S RITA HAYWORTH Std. Martha Babic & Judy Stephenson

CH BOONDOX IPSY PIPSY Dan Harrison

Std.

CH DOLLIDACHS JUST KISS ME Std. Lexa Richmond

CH BRAAEHAUS MILADY Susan Stoltz

Std.

CH DOLLIDACHS SUSSANDE PRIAMA SS Std. Carolyn Casoria & Kandi Kostic

CH BREN-DACHS GARNET SET IN GOLD Brenda J. Nichols

Std.

CH BESSDACHS MARBACH MIRACLE Betty & William Jeffery CH BOONDOX FLORA V CANDACHS Carl & Candice Holder

CH CARRAMOLL’S GAY GEORGETTE Raymond Phillip CH CEDAR CREEK’S TYMPANI SS Cecil & Arlynn Holman

Std. Std.

DUNKELDORF’S GIMLET Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dunk, Jr.

Std.

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

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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 Cyndy Senff FC DYNADAUX SPARKLING DELILAH JE Cyndy Senff FC EASY DE LA CHAPELLERIE SE Claire Mancha CH E-LONG PETALPUSHER BLUEBELL Laura Abbott-Licht

Min.

Min.

CH GRANDGABLES SHE DAZZLES YOU MS Mary Nie

Min.

GREGORY’S SARAH SMILE Henry & Jackie Gregory

Std.

CH GREGORY’S SHIRLEY G Henry & Jackie Gregory

Std.

HAMPDACHS MISS AIMEE Mabel Hampton CH HAN-JO’S DANA SS Joe & Hannelore Heller CH HAN-JO’S JESSICA S Joe & Hildegard Demes & Hannelore Heller

Std.

GCH HIALEAH’S CATACLYSM Brenda J. Nichols

Min.

CH HIALEAH’S TEMPERED STEEL Lexa Richmond

CH JOY-DENS I GOT RHYTHM SS Pam Fleming-Barringer & Margaret Pruitt

Std.

CH JOY-DEN’S LEE ANNA LOVE Std. Joyce & Dennis Warren Std.

Std.

Std

Std.

JOY-DENS RAZZ-MA-TAZZ SS Joyce F. Warren

CH LADDLAND LORNA LAURIE Std. Kaye Ladd

Std.

Std.

CH JOY-DENS SPICE GIRL SS Joyce F. Warren

CH LADDLAND LUCY LAWLESS Std. Nancy Thompson

Std.

CH JOY-DENS VELVET TOUCH SS Joyce & Dennis Warren

Std.

CH KARAVEL GLIMMER O’ HOPE VOM SEE Glenn & Rondi Ross & Karen B. Murray

Std.

Std.

Min.

FLEMING’S FALCON MEMORY Std. Polly Fleming

FC HIDDEN CEDARS DOUBLE TROUBLE MS Min. Gloria La Tour

CH KINDER’S COURTIER OF AVALON MS Janalyn Dubois

Min.

CH HILLANDACH BETSY BUNYAN Std. Pam Fleming

FC KINDER’S LUHNAU KALELA MS, SE Janalyn Dubois

GCH DC GEORGIA DACHS BAILEY JO CGC CA David & Stephanie Hass & Nancy Thompson

Std.

Std.

CH HOUNDHAVEN DANCE TO DA MUSIC John & Nancy Thompson HURRICANE LILI V LEONARDO S Judy & Mack Gallamore

Std.

Std.

GCH GEORGIA DACHS BILLIE JOANNE CGC Std. David & Stephanie Hass & Nancy Thompson

CH ISLEDOX ALICE BLUE GOWN SS Faith and Ron Overdahl

CH GEORGIA DACHS MEGAN Nancy Thompson

Std.

CH JAGIE’S ARIEL OF WHISTLESTOP Std. Eric C. Henningsen & Lynn Allen

CH GEORGIA DACHS OLIVIA Johan & Nancy Thompson

Std.

CH GEORGIA DACHS RENEE BUNYAN Nancy Thomspon

Std.

CH GEORGIA DACHS SUZANNA Std. Nick Halley & John & Nancy Thompson FC GOODWOOD GOOD 2 B QUEEN Mike & Kelly Ford

Std.

AM/CAN CH GRANDGABLES DRAGONS BREATH MS Kevin J. Payne

Min.

62

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 Steve & Cheryl Shultz CH JOY OF HEYING-TECKEL Ellen Koeper

CH GRANDGABLES MS SOME BUNNY ELSE Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan

Std.

JOY-DEN’S AWESOME DELIGHT SS Joyce & Dennis Warren

CH KINDERTECKEL’S HIGH MAINTENANCE Kristin Cihos-Williams & Emalia Williams KINDERTECKEL’S PASADENA ROSE Roland Hernandez & Storm Britten-Ilouno

CH. KOCHANA’S SWEET CHARIETY OF HACIENDA Diane Poranski

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

LADDLAND ALL A QUIVER George Bark

Std.

CH LADDLAND CROWN JEWEL OF LUCENE Std. Lexa Richmond

Std.

CH LADDLAND TASTE OF BENCELIA Kathleen Klimkiewicz

Std. Std.

CH LAURJOSH LEXI AT CRISCROSS MS Christian E. Natali

Min.

CH LODONHAUS LI’L LAVENDER SS Ron & Faith Overdahl

Std.

CH LONGTIME’S HARMONY NOIRE MS Cheri Faust

Min.

DC LORINDOL KU’UIPO OF PENKAY SS Vicki Spencer

Std.

CH LUCENE’S CANDACE OF JODELL Jodell Irola

Std.

Min.

CH KNOLLAND’S COVER GIRL Std. Iris Love KNOLLAND LORNA Kaye Ladd

Std.

Min.

Std.

CH JOY-DENS BORN TO BOOGIE Std. Joyce Warren & Bill & Betty Jeffery

Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

Dual CH KINDER’S WEE EBONY ROSE MS Mike & Jan DuBois

Std.

CH LADDLAND PINCH OF CAMEO Kaye Ladd

CH LADY TERMIN JEAGER Miki Perry

FC KAYJAKES KLEINE KARTINA II CG Mike & Jan DuBois

CH GALADACH CONTESSA Joyce Warren

CH LADDLAND JUST A TASTE Std. Kaye Ladd CH LADDLAND LIZ THE LIONHEARTED Iris Love

FC HIDDEN CEDARS ANTICIPATED CONCLUSION MS Min. Gloria La Tour

Std.

Std.

CH JOY-DENS ONE-N-ONLY YOU SS Joyce & Dennis Warren

CH ENGLELONG HONKYTONK ANGEL MS Min. Sandra Golemb & Betty Adams

CH FRENDACH’S JUST LIKE THE WIND RA Peter & Randy Eltringham

CH LADDLAND HEAD IN THE CLOUDS Kaye Ladd

Std.

CH LADDLAND EMMA PEEL Kaye Ladd

Std.

CH LADDLAND CAMEO Kaye Ladd

Std.

CH LUCENE’S DAILY DOUBLE Jeanine Sudinski

Std.

CH LUCENE’S DANCER Jeanine A Sudinski

Std.

CH LUCENE’S DIAMOND OF HOUNDHILL Jeanine Sudinski CH LUCENE’S FASCINATION Jeanine Sudinski & Ernest Rhodeen

Std. Std.

CH LYNSULEE’S LUCKIBELLE Std. Philip Bishop CH MAGIK RAINBOW HARMONY Cyndy Senff Dual CH MELWYN TICKET TO RIDE Melissa Wynings & Lorraine Genieczko

Min.

Std.


CH MERIDACHS KEWPIE DOLL CD Mrs. Elizabeth Tuttle

Std.

MISS HALEY DICK’S SHADOW MS Richard H. Jones

Min.

CH MOFFETT’S SANDRA Thelma Moffett

Std.

CH MOFFETT’S MISS FLINT Std. Thelma Moffett & Dan Harrison CH MUSELAND’S ALYSIA Dorothy Muse

Std.

CH NIEBURS KISS YOU BACK D’DACHS Std. Kraig Blanchard & Susan Watts Dual CH NIEBUR’S MOON SHADOW Dave & Lynn Niebur GCH DC OC’S CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRY CGC Robin Lafrance CH PASSPORT EAT PRAY LOVE Arvind and Joyce DeBranganca GCH PASSPORT SAY IT AIN’T SO SS JEMMA Michael K. Jones CH PETALPUSHER FLOWER CHILD MS Laura Abbot

Std.

CH TEXDOX DACHSBOROUGH DULCIE Std. Mrs. Helen Carlen Am/Can CH TIMBAR’S AFRICAN QUEEN Std. Steve Wolden & Becky Stephens TIMBAR’S PINAFORE Mr. & Mrs. David Perry

Std.

CH APPLE HILL’S MILLENIUM FALCON Helen & Neal Hamilton

Std.

Std.

CH BRAAEHAUS MARATHON MAN Tim & Marilou Callison

Std.

CH CALL TO ARMS V WESTPHALEN Peggy Westphal

Std.

Min.

CH TINTAGEL’S JULIE OF LEGIBACH Gina & Pat Leone

Std.

Std.

CH TREU NACHT STERN V ARNOLD Ruth Arnold TRI-K’S ANDROMEDA Carol L. Anderson

Std.

CH ENGLELONG PETTY CASH MS Byers Adams & Arline Adams Grizzard

Std.

CH FLEMING’S JOLLY DACHS TORGER Polly Fleming

Std.

Min.

CH ROBELDA FANTASY Helen Spencer

Std.

CH ROSE FARMS CHOO CHOO Std. Dan Harrison & Dee Hutchinson Min.

Std.

Dual CH SAUSAGE STABLES REMEMBER ME Miki Perry

Std.

CH SEACREST DOUBLE DELIGHT SS Roland Hermandez & Storm Britten Ilouno

Std.

Can/Dual CH VALONA’S ULTRASUEDE GIRL CG, CGC, JE, VC Henry & Jan Winther

Std.

Std.

VON LUCKNER’S PIPERLE MS Min. Mercedes Sable WALKER’S GYPSY OF KABA Becky Walker

Min.

WATKINS TSUNAMI Jane Watkins

Std.

WELDS WILDWOOD HONEY MS Min. Martha Fuller & Joseph Banacki

Register of Merit (R.O.M.) SMOOTH DOGS CH ADD-SIM’S ALEX VON SARRIA SS Std. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison CH ADD-SIMS JONATHAN Peggy Westphal

Min.

CH SONDERBAR SHINE MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

CH CRISCROSS’ STARTIN’ A RIOT MS Christian E. Natali

Min.

CH ENGLELONG HONEST ABE MS Byers Adams

Min.

Min.

Std.

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 Min.

GCH AM/CAN CH GRANDGABLES WEE MR ZENSATIONAL Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillian

CH ALLEGRO LE JAZZ’N PIZZAZ MS JE Min. Daryl Turner & Carol Luetkens CH APPLE HILL’S CENTURION Std. Jean & Gordon Carvill

CH PRUITTS ADDSIM JOURNEY Std. Cliff Simones & Robie Addison CH PRUITT’S RED ROCKY Margaret & James Pruitt

Std.

CH SANDAR’S WALL-E Min. Daryl Turner, Arthur Sanderson CH SHAWDOX PAWS FOR APPLAUSE MS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison CH TIMBARS JUGGERNAUT Karen & Ted Brunner

Std.

CH VILLANOL GREAT COMMUNICATOR Jean Carvill

Std.

CH VON RELGIB’S COMMANDANT Ethel Bigler

Std.

Register of Merit (R.O.M.) SMOOTH BITCHES 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 Cyndy Senff

Min.

CH ADD-SIM’S SWEET CHARLOTTE MS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison DC ADD-SIM’S SOMETHING 2 TALK ABOUT MS Gloria LaTour

Min.

Min.

CH ADD-SIM’S TINA MS Joe & Hannelore Heller

Min.

CH HAN-JO’S TOM TERRIFIC Joe & Hannelore Heller

Min.

CH ADD-SIM’S VILMA MS Gloria LaTour

Min.

CH HAN-JO’S WEE BLACK DAEMON MS Hannelore Heller

Std.

CH ADD-SIM’S GIGOLO MS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

CH SILVER PATCHES OF TECKELWOOD MS Richard & Twyla Vincent & Amanda Hodges

Std.

Am/Can CH GRAND GABLES THE GLADIATOR MS Kevin J. Payne

Std.

CH POOHDACH’S OWN DOS MS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

DC CARRDOX BROADWAY JOE Std. Sharon Carr CH CEDARCREEKS BOLD SOJER BOY Larry & Rebecca Payne

CH NICK’S GALAXY Audrey Nick

CH PAWPRINT’S PRIME TIME Min. Jack Wallace

CH BERMARG’S BOONDOX TALISMAN S Martha Grantham

Std

Std.

ROSE GATE PRARIE DAWN Marilou & Gary Tim Callison

Dual CH STARDOX PENNY LANE V MELWYN Lorraine Genieczko

Min.

CH TIMBARS QUEEN OF THE NILE Karen & Ted Brunner

CH POCODOX SERENADE AT CRISCROSS SS Christian E. Natali

ROSAN HILL STATE OF GRACE MS Sandra J. Golemb & Carol Luetkens & James Luetkens

SUNRISE LIGHTLY TANNED MS SE Dawn-Renee Mack & Valerio Hernandez-Colon

Am & E CH JAGIES I LOVE THE NIGHT LIFE Std. Eric Henningsen & Lynne Allen CH M D P H DEMONSTRATION M Sharon M. Michael

Min.

BADGERLAND’S WEE MISS MAMIE MS Sandra Golemb

Min.

CH BARBADOX GRINDEL II John & Cherri Thomson

Std.

BARBERRY KNOWE GRAEDEL Std. Mrs. Charles C. Stalter

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CH BARDALE VERBENA OF CANDACHS Candace & Carl Holder CH BESSDACHS SUSANNA DICKINSON Betty Jeffery & Renee Lara CH BIG HOPES FOR MISS MOLLY MS Chris & Marilyn Hickok

Std.

CH DILU IVANA YUMY LOVER MS Pearl Dilg & Carlos Puig

Std.

CH DUNKELDORF’S SENTA Mr. & Mrs. John Sheward

Min.

Dual CH DYNADAUX BLAST FROM THE PAST JE CGC VC Cyndy Senff

CH BRAAEHAUS BEING A LADY Std. Tim & Marilou Callison CH BRAAEHAUS BLACK NARCISSUS Judy Stephenson

Std.

BRAAEHAUS NEW GIRL IN TOWN Tim & Marilou Callison

Std.

CH BRAAEHAUS REGAL LADY Std. Eric Henningsen FC BRAVEHEARTS SOUTH PACIFIC Irene Roberts CH CEDARBEND’S MAGIC CONISTON Nancy Bischoff CEDAR HILLS CHOCOLATE MARBLE MS Bill & Alberta Allen CH CHERRY CREEK’S JULIETTE MS Cyndy Senff

Std.

Min.

CH CHOO CHOO’S NITA V HOUNDHAVEN Terry Snyder

Std.

Std.

Min.

HIDDEN CEDARS CONFIDENTIAL CONTACT MS Min. Gloria La Tour

Min.

CH JAGIE ON MY LAUREL MIDERNOCH Std. Patricia Ridgard & Eric Henningsen

MBISS CH DYNADAUX EVERY Min. COWBOY’S DREAM MS Donnie & Stacy Brauen & Cyndy Senff

Min.

CH CRISCROSS SMOOTH SILK MS Min. Christian Natali & Kathryn Pearman Min.

Std.

CH JOY-DEN’S CARRIE ANN Nancy & Mark Eby

Std.

Min.

CH JOY-DEN’S XPRESSIVE MISS RED Charlene Owen

Std.

CH DYNADAUX HILLBILLIE ROCK MS Cyndy Senff

Min.

FC KINDERS ONE MAGIC MEMORY MS Janalyn DuBois

Min.

CH FLEMING’S FOURSTAR CLASS ACT Catherine Johnson CH FRANESSA’S ANISE Edith Nelson

Min.

CH GEORGIA DACHS SOUTHERN BELLE John & Nancy Thompson

Min.

CH PENNY CANDY V WESTPHALEN Peggy Westphal

Std.

CH PINEWOOD’S Min. PRETTY PENNY MS Elaine Hanson & Kristine Nielsen CH PRUITT’S ADDSIM PEACHE Std. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison CH PRUITT’S RAVEN Margaret Pruitt

Std.

CH RITES OF SPRING V WESTPHALEN Robert Palmer

Std.

CH LADDLAND ELVIRA Walter & Mary Jones

Std.

ROXANNA ROSE Margaret & James Pruitt

Std.

CH LADDLAND L’LIBERTE S.T. Rubin

Std.

Std.

CH LADDLAND PUFF PASTRY Cathy & Mike Blatz

Std.

Std.

CH GRANDGABLES PHANCY TIGRESS MS Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan GRANDGABLES SNOW BUNNY Min. Guy Jeavons & Mark McMillan Std.

Std.

Std.

HAN-JO’S WEE BLACK SATIN MS Hannelore Heller

Min.

CH HELGA V HOUS SONNENFELS Min. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

CH LADDLAND BY CANDLELIGHT Lexa Richmond

GCH PARADISE’S RED HOT GOSSIP GIRL MS Helen Paradise

ROSE FARM’S DEBORAH MS Min. Dan Harrison & Dee Hutchinson

GRANDGABLES AFRICAN SUNRISE MS Std. Cliff Simones & Robbie Addison

GREGORY’S BLACK EYED SUSAN Henry & Jackie Gregory

CH KORDACHS’ KISSIMINEE MS Min. Ada McCord

CH OLGA OF ROSE FARM Std. Gina Leone Middings & Pat Leone

Std.

GCH HACIENDA DIVINE VIRTUE Std. Melissa M. Sworab

CH DEISTER’S COCO CHANEL Std. Ann Deister

CH JENEL VON ROVNA Beatrice Rovner

CH DYNADAUX HELLO HONKY TONK MS Cyndy Senff

CH GEORGIA DACHS ALETHIA Std. John & Nancy Thompson

CH CONISTON’S CINDERELLA Std. Nancy Bischoff

64

NICK’S RAVEN BEAUTY S Audrey Nick

Min.

Std.

CH DACHSYHAUS SHENANIGANS SS Marie Hendrix

CH HIALEAH’S FIRE N SPICE Stephanie & David Hass

Std.

Std.

CH ENGLELONG HONKYTONK ANGEL MS Min. Sandra Golemb & Betty Adams

CH CHLOETELLE OF DACHSBOROUGH Carl & Candice Holder

CH DACHSMITH LOVE’S HEBE TYCHE Iris Love

Std.

Std.

Min.

CRISCROSS SPICE GIRL MS Charles & Sheila Delashmutt

CH NICK’S JULIANNE Audrey Nick

ENGLELONG FRIEDOS JUSTA WHIM MS Byers Adams & Arline Adams Grizzard

CH CHERRY CREEK’S LICORICE MS Cynthia DeYoung

CH CRISCROSS PRIMA GIRL Karen Worden

Dual CH DYNADAUX DANCE IN CIRCLES MS JE Cyndy Senff

HIALEAH’S EFFIE TRINKET Lexa Richmond

Std.

Std.

CH LADDLAND PUFFIN’ STUFF Std. Kaye Ladd GCH LINDMONT’S PENNY SERENADE Michael & Marianna Smith CH LONGTIME’S RHAPSODY IN EBONY Cheri Faust CH LUCENE’S JULIETTE Jeanine A. Sudinski AM. CAN. CH LUCENE’S SCARLET ROSE Cherri G. Thomson

St.

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 Gloria La Tour

Min.

Min.

CH TAIL’S END PHAEDRA Louise McCarl

Std.

Std.

CH TANZEE’S JAKI S John & Mary Sheward

Std.

CH TIMBAR’S BOLD CHANCE Janet Wayock

Std.

Std.

CH MERIDACHS CINDERELLA Std. Mr. & Mrs. William Sebring CH MERIDACHS LADY IGRAINE Std. Liz Tuttle CH MERIDACHS MAID MARIAN CD, CG Liz Tuttle

Std.

Std.

CH MERIDACHS ZERITA Elizabeth O. Tuttle

Std.

MIDERNOCHS MS GENNIFER Patricia Ridgard & Theresa Geoffrey

Std.

TERRAVILLA’S A LITTLE WHOOPEE Diana MacPherson & Patricia Ridgard TIMBAR’S MAJOR BARBARA Janet Wayock

Std.

Std.

TOMBARS REAL HOT GAL V JAGIE Min. Barbara Flowers, Eric Henningsen & Patricia Ridgard VALENHOFEN’S PROMISING DAWN Std. Ruth Martucci & Jennifer Holloway


Dual CH VALONA’S HEAVEN HELP US Ruth Martucci

Std.

CH VILLANOL’S DIANA Jean Carvill

Std.

CH VILLANOL’S RACHEL Jean Carvill & Faith Hoffman

Std.

VINDACHS ABBY GAIL MS E. Richard & Twyla J. Vincent CH VINDACHS BLACK TORNADO MS E. Richard & Twyla J. Vincent CH VINDACHS DARK STORMI NIGHT E. Richard & Twyla J. Vincent CH VON LUCKNER’S DAINTY BESS John Beasley CH VON RELGIB’S IMAGE Ethel Bigler

Min.

Min.

CH PONDWICKS HOBGOBLIN Dee Hutchinson CH RAYDACH’S DO ME A FAVOR SW Shirley Ray

Std.

Std.

MBIS, MBISS, GCHS RAYDACHS FIRE DOWN BELOW V Std. GLEISHORBACH Shirley Ray, Marie Sakoda and James Sakoda BISS CH RAYDACHS GREAT BALLS OF FIRE Shirley Ray

Std.

CH EJ’S TOP GUN MW Emma Jean Stephenson

GCH DAYBREAK’S CLASSIQUE Std. CRUISER W Deborah Kreig

CH LEGIBACH RAIN FOREST CRUNCH SW Gina L. Middings & Pat Leone

Std.

Std.

CH VANTEBE DRAHT TIMOTHY Std. Peggy Westphal

CH MANORIE DACH’S CLOUDBURST W Hal Biermann

Std.

Std.

Std.

WIREHAIRED DOGS

CH CHRIS HARBOR’S PATRIOT MW Betty Christian

Std.

Std.

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.)

CH CHARLAMAR’S NOAH W Charlotte Lee

GCH DAYBREAK’S AWESOME IMAGE W Deborah Krieg

CH SIOUX’S HERMANN Sue McClelland

CH WESTPHAL’S WANDERING WIND Std. Dorothy Pickett & Mrs. Richard Lang

Std.

Register of Merit Outstanding (R.O.M.O.) CH B’KNOLL DARK CRYSTAL V HESS Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Hess CH BROWNWOODS TOP DOT MW Roger Brown & Jerry Cerasini

Std.

CH BRUNSWIG’S XENOBIA MW Helen Schuh

Min.

CH CHRIS HARBOR’S JEZABEL MW Jim & Betty Christian

Min.

Std.

CH MIDERNOCH’S WILD CARD W Charles Baris & John Hart CH RAYDACHS MEERFRAU MELUSINA Shirley Ray

Std.

MBIS/MBISS GCH ROSETHORN UNIQUE ANSWER Min. Sheila Parish

Std.

CH WALDMEER’S PICK THE DAISY Richard & Patricia Roder

Std.

Min.

CH WALDMEER’S ZANIE ZOE VON LINKS Std. Carolyn and Christopher Casoria

Min.

Min.

Dual CH HANS SOLO SCHWALBE JE Robert & Janet Schwalbe

Min.

CH HERICHER’S PRIME CANDIDATE MW Jim & Betty Christian

Min.

Std.

Min.

Min.

ENERGY ELEGANCE BUFORI Tamara Cook

CH FANCY THAT ANTHONY SW Std. Tonta McHale

CH TARLYN’S LULLABY AT MINSMERE MW Azalea A. Alvarez

WIREHAIRED BITCHES

CH CANEBRAKE-DORCHESTER DANNY W Std. Dore & Chester Leiser

CH HUNDELEBEN UTOPIA SW Std. Carlos Puig

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

CH BRODNY SCHOOLHOUSE NIGHTGAME Fred & Carol Vogel

CH DOLLIDACH WALDMEER BLUE CHIP Sue McClelland

CH HOLLYDACHS BETSY ROSS W Lucy Moden

Std.

CH VON RELGIB’S STYLE Ethel Bigler

CH BRODNY IT HAPPENED ONE NITE Fred & Carol Vogel

DC HATHOR FARM’S WILD POPPY SW, VCD1 RN NJP NF TD NA NAJ ME EE Std. Jean Dieden

CH SAYTAR’S LITTLE BOHANNON Mrs. Alan Robson

CH WESTPHAL SHILLALAH Peggy Westphal

CH WHISTLESTOP’S KANDEE KANE SS Kandi Kostic

Min

GCHG KADELL’S SMART ‘N PRETTY W Laura Reynolds, James & Catlin Cahill

CH VON RELGIB’S SILHOUETTE Std. Ethel Bigler

CH VON RELGIB’S VISION Ethel Bigler

CH ENGLELONG DUET V SCHWALBE MW Janet & Robert Schwalbe

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) WIREHAIRED DOGS

Dual CH I SPY MUTINEER W CD JE Selma McNamara CH JERIC’S DUDELDOOP W Lynn Cope

Std. Std.

CH JOYDACHS TOMBAR’S JOLTIN JOE Std. Joyce King, Jan French & Joy Perry GCHB KADELL’S RUSTIC GOLD W Laura Reynolds, Catlin & James Cahill

Std.

GCH LONE PINE FRERE JACQUES MW Sue Hauser

Min.

CH MEADOW DOX’S JP MORGAN SW Marguerite Susnis

Std.

CH MELODY RUNS VAGABOND LOVER MW Ed Barringer

Min.

CH CHRIS HARBOR STARLET MW Betty Christian

Min.

GCH KADELL’S BLACK GOLD W Std. Laura Reynolds, Catlin & James Cahill

CH DEL PRADO’S BRAZO SKI GOODY Ann Bischel

Std.

CH BARHAR TAKE ME ALONG Std. Lucy Moden

BISS AM/ENG/IRISH Std. CH RAYDACHS TOM CRUSIN’ ON Chris & Anne Moore

CH MIDERNOCHS SEXTUS WIRE Pat Ridgard & Diane Perry

Std.

CH DIAGRAM LESSA OF PERN MW Dianne Graham

Min.

BISS CH BOOT HILL STEIGER V DOGWOOD Std. Alta E. Bassett & Rosemary P. Berardino

CH SANDAR’S TINY TALES MUNRO MW Sharon Jadich

Min.

CH NONE SUCH GHOST OF A CHANCE Robert Fowler

Std.

CH DWAIN’S NEVER NEVER SAY NO John & Nancy Thompso

Std.

CH BRAZOS SKI GOODY’S FAVOR James & Marie Sakoda

CH SAYTAR’S JUMPING JAKE FLASH Martha Bell & Shirley Ray

Std.

CH JON WIRE OF COJA Std. Jimmie Helms & Mrs. Julia J. Collins

CH BARHAR MINNIE’S BOY Charles Baris & John Hart

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Std.

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Dual CH SUNRISE MAXIMUS V RUGER MW Min. Dawn-Renee Mack, Paul Knutson & Valerio Hernandez Colon CH WESTPHAL’S TIMBER W Frank & Mary Castoral CH WESTPHAL TOMTEN OF BRODNY Fred & Carol Vogel

Std.

Std.

BISS CH WINDSWEPT’S CRAYZE FOR YOU SW Std. Shirley Ray

Register of Merit Excellent (R.O.M.X.) WIREHAIRED BITCHES BONE-A-PARTS BABUSHKA Henry & Jan Winther

Std.

BONE-A-PARTS BAMBOOZLE Henry & Jan WintherC

Std.

CH BOOT HILL SACHETIN’ SADIE Std. Alta Bassett & Rosemary Berardino BOOTHILL TK CANDY BAR Ann & Otto Bischel CH BOREAS SETTING FIRE TO THE RAIN SW Gail Tutt & Tracy Olson

Std. Std.

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 Patricia Brooks & Eric Brooks

Std.

CH BRODNY SCHOOLHOUSE APPLAUSE Fred & Carol Vogel

Std.

CH BRODNY SCHOOLHOUSE EL Std. Judy Anderson, Fred & Carol Vogel GCH DC CAMRIDGE LOVE IS BOREAS Gail Tutt & Tracy Olson CANEBRAKE ZELDA WIRE Frank & Monica Canestrini CH CHRIS HARBOR’S WIRE STRUDEL MW Jim & Betty Christian

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COPPERCREEK’S DE’JA’ VU EDITION Sharron B. Harlow

Min.

CH HILLANDACH’S CHARLENE PRUITT Pam Fleming

Std.

CH CORNUS RAILWAY VOYAGER Marie Hamake

Min.

CH HILLANDACH’S SO HELP ME HANNAH Pam Fleming

Std.

CH DAIQUIR’S GINGER SNAP MW Cookie & Glenn See

Min.

FC DANIKA VOM NORDLICHT TD ME EE2 Cheri Faust & Larry Gohlke

Std.

GCHB DC DHARMADACHS ARR DENALI STAR SW HH Std. Leslie Savoye CH DAYBREAK’S AWESOME BLOSSOM W Deborah Krieg CH DAYBREAK’S PAINTED DAISY W Deborah Krieg

Std.

Std.

CH DAYBREAK’S WOODLAND BREEZE W Debby Krieg

Std.

CH DAZZLE’S NOBODY’S FOOL W Kenneth H. Levison

Std.

CH DYNADAUX GIRL ON THE MOON MW Cyndy Senff

Min.

CH ENGELONG SHADY LADY MW Arlene Adams Grizzard

Min.

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 Charlotte Lee

Std.

GEORGIA DACHS MONICA W John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

CH GEORGIA DACHS SUNSET W Jackie Donoghue

Std.

CH. ICON’S I’M A MUFFIN TOP Std. YERNOT 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 Selma McNamara Dual CH I SPY THE CARROT AT NI-KEL W TDX, OA, AKJ, NAP, NJP Jean Dieden & M.A. Klein

CH MISCHIEVOUS SUNDANCER W Selma McNamara

Std.

JERIC’S PUFF N STUFF W Lynn Cope

Std.

CH J-WALK LUCY IN THE SKY WITH DIAMONDS SW Judy Walker

CH MANORIE DACH’S RUFF WEATHER W Marjorie O. Brooks

Std.

CH JERIC’S MANDY W Lynn Cope

Std. Std.

Std.

Std.

Std.

CH LUHNAU KLEINER KIZZIE MW Min. Sandra Kreiger & Tara Kreiger DeSanto

CH MIDERNOCH DANCE UPON THE WIND W Diana MacPherson & Patricia Ridgard

Std.

CH JERIC’S WILD FLOWER W Lynn Cope

CH LEGIBACH OVER THE RAINBOW SW Gina L. Middings & Pat Leone

Std.

CH JERIC’S DANIELLE Dan Harrison & Fran Colonna

CH JERIC’S TEXAS TWO STEP W Lynn Cope

BISS CH KIDADA’S ZOE OF MANORIE Majorie O. Brooks & Georgia L. Bauer

Std.

Std.

Std.

CH RAGTYME WATERLILY Std. Lynn Blackbourn & Heather Jones RAILWAYS DEBUTANTE R. Hand & N. Bowen CH RAYDACHS LIL’ SURFER GIRL SW Shirley Ray

Std.

Std.

MBIS, MBISS, GCHP. RAYDACHS PLAYING WITH FIRE V GLEISHORBACH Std. Shirley Ray, Marie Sakoda and James Sakoda CH RAYDACH’S SIRENEN DER LORELEY Shirley Ray

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GCHP KADELL’S GOLD DUST W Std. Laura Reynolds, James & Catlin Cahill

CH. RAYDACHS TUMBLING DICE Std. Phyllis Arnold and Shirley Ray

CH KADELL’S JINGLE BELLS W Std. James Cahill Jr. & Laura Reynolds

CH. RAYDACHS WIRE WIRE PANTS ON FIRE V NOVAMI Shirley Ray

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BISS CH RAYDACHS YOU QUACK ME UP SW Shirley Ray

Std.

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

DC RIVERCLIFF’S ROUGH AND REDDY MW RN SE CGC VC Min. Chris Schulke ROMANDACHS RETURN TO CINDER NW JE Rebecca Decker

Min.

FC GERTE VOM DORNENFELD JE John & Jolanta Jeanneney

Std.

CH KADELL’S SAPHIRA W Laura Reynolds, James & Catlin Cahill

Std.

CH GULLY FARM ENGLELONG BUG MW Mary West

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CH KADELL’S WOODLAND ROSE Std. Laura Reynolds & James E. Cahill

CH ROSE FARM’S HILDEGARD W Mrs. Albin Holder

Std.

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CH GUNNSTOCK WHICH HAZEL MW Karen Lynn Gunn

Min.

CH KELMIC’S HENNY PENNY WIRE Charles Froehlich

CH ROSE FARMS NANCY V BOONDOX Sheila Parish

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CH ROSETHORN CHIPPEWA MAIDEN MW Sheila Parish

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GCH VSCHWALBES CAMELOT MW Robert & Janet Schwalbe

Min.

CH SADSACK RELOKATE TO SHEDATEAR Carolyn Sue Hauser

Min.

DC VSCHWABLE’S ETTA JAMES MW Robert and Janet Schwalbe

Min.

Dual CH SADSACK THE CUPID CLONE MW TD ME VC Min. Lois Ballard

GCH DC VSCHWALBES PRINCESS LEIA MW Min. Robert & Janet Schwalbes

SANDAR’S SO SUE ME MW Daryl Turner & Art Sanderson

CH WALDMEER’S LOTTIE MS. CHIEF W CGC Kandi Kostic

Min.

SANDAR’S TISH THE SEASON Min. Robert & Sharon Jadich DC SANDAR’S WYRED FOR WESTROSE MWD, RN JE VC Julie L. & Robert L. Couch

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CH SAYTAR’S BLONDE BOMBSHELL MW Min. Sharon M. Ehr & Michael Reed CH SAYTAR’S EVER SO FAMOUS AT ALEGNA MW Angela Lloyd

Min.

GCH DC SAYTAR’S JADA PINK-IT CDX RAE MX MXJ XF CGC VC Std. Maryanne Santomauro

CH WALDMEER’S MS NOBB HILL W Richard & Patricia Roder

Std.

Std.

CH WALDMEER’S RAGTYME BLOSSOM W Std. Lynn Blackbourn & Heather Jones CH WHISTLESTOP’S ELECTRA W Patricia Madsen CH WHISTLESTOP’S FRANJELICA SW Peggy Susnis

Std.

Std.

FC WILDSPITZ OF HATHOR FARM SW, CD RN TD NA NAJ NJP NFP ME Std. Jean Dieden

CH EZ GOINS OSCAR WIRE MW Robbie Loyd CH EZ GOINS RIVER AT SAGERUN MW Carol & James Luetkens, & Danielle Goodland

Min.

CH CEDARBEND’S SEA MIST Std. Brenda Bolay, Jeane Hartman & Barbara Waldkirch

Min.

CH CEDAR HILLS BARBERA WHINE & ROSES MW Marie Dorris

Min.

CH CHRIS HARBOR DEBUTANTE MW Betty Christian

Min.

CH EZ GOINS THE REAL DEAL MW Robbie Loyd

Min.

CH EZ GOINS WHEELER DEALER MW Robbie Loyd

Min.

CH FRIEDOX FALLING FOR YOU MW Barbara Friedman CH KATANDRA’S CPL O’REILLY MW Betty Potts

CH CORNUS ANASTASIA Kate & Gilbert Daniels

Std. Std.

Min.

CH CORNUS ENDEAVOUR Kate & Gilbert Daniels CH CORNUS ISABELLE Marie Hamaker

Min.

CH CRISCROSS CINDER V HAYWIRE William & Marcella Gemmell CH CROWE’S LILI MARLENE Don Smith

DC LACI’S SEAMUS HARPER MW RA TD AX OAJ AXP AJP CGC VC Cindi S. Todd

Std.

Min. Std.

Min.

GCHB DC DHARMADACHS DLW PHOEBE SNOW SW Std. Sybyl Swan

Min.

CH DE SANGPUR SPRITE Peggy Westphal

Std.

CH DEVRIN A DARKSTAR TIFFANY W Std. Linda Sterling & Marge Brooks

CH SOUTHWOLD BRO RAT V USONIA W Sherwood W. Sackett

Std.

DOMINOS DOT TO DOT Roger Brown & Jerry Cerasini

GCHB RAGS RUFF N ROWDY MW Marie Dorris CH ROEBUCK’S FUND W Peggy Westphal

Std.

Am/Can/Intl CH SHORT SHADOWS DIAMOND IN THE RUFF JE Std. Carolyn Casoria & Christopher Casoria

CH WILLERHAVEN ANASTASIA Std. Kathy & Pat Willer

CH SIOUX’S HARD HEARTED HANNAH Alta Bassett & Rosemary Berardino

GCH DC WINDSWEPT DOLLIDACHS DHARMA LIFE FORCE SW CGC HH Std. Leslie Savoye

CH VON ABBSDACH’S TOBIAS MW Sue Abbs

Min.

CH DOMINO’S LIL’ PUMPKIN PATCH MWP Melissa M. Keshlear

Min.

CH WYREPATCH’S CINDER’S V STEFRA Georgia Estes

CH WHISKIE’S HI HO HENNEREE Ell & Barbara Clounch

Std.

DYNADAUX ME AND MAXINE MW Cyndy Senff

Min.

Std.

CH SOLO’S HARBOR MAYDEN W Std. Edna K. Martin CH SOLO’S MARINA W Debra & Robert Ingold CH STARBARRACK STAR SAPPHIRE Abe Puchall

Std.

Std.

Std.

Register of Merit (R.O.M.) WIREHAIRED DOGS

CH STONYVALE TEQUILA SUNRISE Rose Marie Ross & Ivy Frank

CH ALEGNA’S AMERICAN EXPRESS MW Robbie Loyd

CH THREESTEPS OPAL W Harvey Mueller

Std.

CH. TRELANE MAGGIE MAY Judy Todd and Tamara Cook

Min.

FC ULRIKA VON MOSSBACH-ZUZELEK Larry Gohlke

Std.

CH UNSERHUNDS DP BITTE LUCK W Mark & Nancy Eby

Std.

CH VON SCHLEGEL’S LIL’ AGATHA MW Patricia Slagal

Min.

CH BROWNWOOD ASSAULT OF STONE VALLEY Darcy Quinlan, Jerry Cerasini & Roger Brown

Min.

Min.

CH D’KRIEGER DIGGER DEL WALDMEER Lynn Blackbourn

Std.

CH DRAKESLEAT MATT RIMONY Joella Maser

Min.

CH ENGLELONG WHIPPER SNAPPER MW Betty Adams

Min.

Min.

CH WHISTLESTOP’S GUY WIRE Std. Lynne Allen

ENGELONG KISS ME KATE MW Min. Betty Adams

CH WILHEEN’S KNIGHT WIRE Min. Constance Jones

ENGLELONG STARDUST MW Betty H. Adams

CH WYNDEL’S KNIGHT ON THE TOWN MW Pat Wynne

Min.

CH ENGLELONG URSULA MW Min. Byers Adams

CH WYNDEL’S MICHELOB MW Min. Pat Wynne

Dual CH EVITA V EDELWEISS JE CGC Std. Patricia A. & Gerald W. Price

Register of Merit (R.O.M.) WIREHAIRED BITCHES CH BAR K NINE DIAMOND SPARKLE W BEDROCS WARRIOR PRINCESS RN Robin Mathews

Std. Min.

Min.

CH EZGOIN CELEBRATION STATION MW Robbie Loyd

Min.

Dual CH EZGOINS GATORATOR MW Robbie Loyd

Min.

CH EZGOINS GI JANE MW Robbie Loyd CH EZGOINS REBA MCENWIRE MW Robbie Loyd

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Min.

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GO LUCKY TICKET TO PARADISE MW Marie Dorris

Min.

CH FANCY THAT CAROLINE SW Std. Joan Mattie GA DACHS ROSIES RED MAJESTY John & Nancy Thompson GCH HUNU LIL MISS FIRECRACKER MW Marie Dorris CH I SPY BE PATIENT BARB WIRE Selma McNamara Dual CH I SPY INTEGRITY W Selma McNamara

Std.

Std.

CH LK’S SHE’S ALL THAT MW Min. Lisa & Michael Young CH LOSTDOG’S AMAZING GRACE John & Nancy Thompson

Std.

CH LOSTDOG’S YUBA W Ruth Martucci

Std.

MERRI-KING LIL SASSY Betty Potts

Min.

MIDERNOCHS RACHEL Patricia Ridgard & Diana MacPherson

Std.

Std.

MIDERNOCH GABRIELE DEL BAIN MW Sharon Bain CH PEGDEN’S MUSTANG SALLY MW Elizabeth F. Fuselier PONDWICK’S PADSTOW PRIDE Gilbert Daniels

CH RE:JOYCE BLYTHE Std. SPIRIT SW Joyce B. Wilson & Emily Wilson CH ROSE FARM’S MOON BOW W Std. Dee Hutchinson CH ROSE FARM’S MOON ROCKETTE Dee Hutchinson

CH ROSE FARM’S RUFFIAN W Std. Dee Hutchinson Min.

Min.

Min.

CH ROSETHORN NORTHERN LIGHTS MW Sheila D. Parish

Min.

GCH SANDECKEL KORDACHS’ BRANDYWINE RIVER MW Min. A. Janelle McCord & Sandra Combs

Std.

CH SIOUX’S HEIDI VOM CHIKA John & Sandy Cave

CH VAL-JEAN’S BARBIE DOLL MW Min. Susan A. & William F. Buck, Jr. CH VERDON’S ALANA MW Vera Falco WALDMEERS MS VICTORY V MEADOW DOX Marguerite Susnis WESTPHAL’S BERRY W Frank & Mary Castoral

Std.

Std.

Std.

Min.

Std.

CH WILHELMINA’S RONI MARONI MW Judith Baillis

Min.

Dual CH WINNY VON BOSER CD, ME Ursula Koch

Min.

Std.

Min.

CH SOLO’S DISTINCTLY DINAHMITE Patti Nelson

Std.

Min.

GCH RAYDACHS BRANDY SHE’S A FINE GIRL SW Kristi Martin

Std.

CH STARBARRACK FANTASIA SW Joyce B. Wilson

Std.

CH LK’S EXTENSIVE DAMAGE MWD Lisa & Michael Young

Std.

CH WILHELMINA’S MYSTICAL MAN MW K. Joanne Tarby

CH PRELUDE N EJ’S HANNAH’S ANGEL Christine Heitzman

CH KANAWHA’S KIOWA MAID V BOONDOX Lynn Cope

CH TECKELWOOD MADONNA Kathleen H. Sahlin

Std.

Min.

Std.

Std.

CH WESTPHALS LUSH LIFE O’BRODNY Std. Fred & Carol Vogel

CH SIOUX’S WISH UPON A STAR SW Sue McClelland

CH PRAIRIEDACHS MISKA MW Betty Potts

CH STARBARRACK MAIN COURSE SW Joyce Wilson

Std.

CH ROSETHORN LUCKY CHARM MW Sheila D. Parish

Std.

CH JAKE’S MASQUERADE SW Std. Nancy H. Sutphen

CH JERICS CHINA DOLL W Lynn Cope

Min.

Min.

CH. KADELL’S PRETTY WITHOUT TRYING W Std. Laura Reynolds, James Cahill & Catlin Cahill

JERIC’S ALEXANDRIA W Lynn Cope

CH LK’S PANDEMONIUM Lisa & Michael Young

The Top Producers and Register of Merit listings are compiled and maintained by Ann and Bob Wlodkowski. If there are any questions, changes or corrections, please contact Ann: rslepyholo@aol.com or call 704-843-5858 or write to 2710 Valley Farm Road, Waxhaw, NC 28173

Letters to and from the editor Hi Members and Subscribers, My greatest hope is that all our DCA members are healthy this fall. I’m sure none of us ever thought we’d be living history right now - a major pandemic for the first time in over a 100 years has impacted us in so many unbelieveable ways. It’s been a rough 6 months for everyone, I know many have had family members that have been ill, and hearing of members of our dog community that have passed from Covid-19 is truly devastating. The dog show world has been shaken, and I hope we can get back to a “new normal” in these following months. Then there is the very recent hurricane. Thank you to everybody that helped out to aid those DCA members in Louisiana and the surrounding states, luckily no loss of life for those we know, but the destruction of property is terrible. The whole situation has made us take stock of our lives and what truly matters. Our dogs are such a big part of who we are, and what we do in our lives, that the abrupt cessation of dog events left us rather adrift.

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Competition in conformation, agility, obedience, field work, etc. will come back slowly and definitely not the same as it was before, but I just can’t fathom our sport going away. Let’s remember why we do this. Cancellation of the 2020 DCA Nationals was a blow to our club, and especially to all the people who worked so extremely hard to make it possible. Lexa Richmond, you’re amazing! There will be a next time!!! I also want to thank Lexa for starting the Facebook Group Dachs Ed 101. The group discussions that went on throughout the summer were very interesting, educational and well done. Big congratulations go out to Denny VanHook on achieving another Triple Champion title! Four Triple Champion dachshunds has to be a record! Lots of hard work, training and love went into those dogs - not to mention a wonderful breeding program. Good job! Thank you to the advertisers and those who sent in articles, especially Anne and Bob Wlodkowski for keeping up the ROM statistics! This is a small issue considering we combined the Summer and Autumn issues, but there wasn’t, obviously, much going on in the past six months. Please read the minutes, the board would like to know if the membership has any thoughts about only having an on-line newsletter - they need input from all the members. Let’s look forward to Spring and the DCA 2021 Nationals in Pennsylvania! Information is on page 72 and the inside back cover.

Lynne


AM Show: Patrick Smith, Sweepstakes Breed & Juniors Judge: Betty-Anne Stenmark PM Show: Breed & Juniors Judge: Pluis Davern

Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center 2050-2060 North Marine Dr., Portland, OR

Closing Date: Wednesday, January 1, 2021 For additional information contact: Georjan Bridger, Event Chair & Secretary P.O. Box 21352, Salem, OR 97307 • (503) 364-9695 gbridgershowsecretary@gmail.com Dachshund Club of America Summer/Autumn 2020

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Excerpts from “The Favorite Issue” of the American Dachshund Magazine Contributed by Anne Schmidt

“Favorite” A880407 Black and Tan Standard Smooth Dog Sire: Bruce v Marienlust Dam: Melinda v Marienlust Whelped: April 21, 1945 Died: January 27, 1959 Breeders: Josef and Maria Mehrer Owners: Rose and Fred Heying

“Destiny, with an able assist from Favorite, has decreed that he should be the outstanding Dachshund sire through all the years, past and present. — Grayce Greenburg writing in 20th Anniversary issue of The American Dachshund.”

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New Champion

Chazlyn’s Prose & Poetry SL CH Chazlyn’s Opus of Oberon SL X BISS GCHB Stonybanks Amethyst Sky at Chazlyn SL

Thank you so very much Carlos, for making him look fabulous and putting those final few points on him after an almost 4 year hiatus!

CHAZLYN Lynne & Chuck Dahlén Appleton, WI

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DCA 2021 Events DCA EARTHDOG: 4/28/21 (Event #2021074322) Cumberland County Earthdog Grounds, Newville PA DCA FIELD TRIAL 4/29/21 & 4/30/21 (Event #2021074319) Wyoming Valley Beagle Club, Hunlock Creek PA DFABC FIELD TRIAL: 5/1/21 & 5/2/21 (Event #2021007205) Wyoming Valley Beagle Club, Hunlock Creek, PA DCA AGILITY 5/3/21 (Event #2021074309): Bella Vista Dog Training Center, Lewisberry, PA Judge: Judy Kolva

DCA CONFORMATION: 5/7/21 - 5/8/21 (Event #2021074307) Long: Ryan Horvath Smooth: Guy Jeavons Wire: Ken Levison Junior Showmanship: Ken Levison *All judging panels subject to approval by the American Kennel Club

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DCA NATIONAL SWEEPSTAKES: 5/6/21 (Event #2021074305) Long: Sharon Inetas Smooth: Lisa Fisher Wire: Cindy Niles

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MWDC HOST SHOW 5/4/21 (Event #2021074501) Long: Sue Bennett Smooth: Victoria Thomas Wire: Mark Houston-MacMillan Intervariety: Georjan Bridger Junior Showmanship: Gary Fisher

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Rooms $120 per night*

Pet fee $75 inclusive for stay, 6 dogs max per room. ADDITIONAL HOTEL INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE DCA 2021 LINk ON THE DCA WEBsITE. *All rates refer to Dachshund Club of America block and do not include applicable taxes. RV PARkING CONTACT: kURT MILLER: Cell: 410-920-0049 Milleniadachs@hotmail.com Conformation Closing Date: Wednesday, April 14, 2021 Event Chair: David simmons stardox2@yahoo.com Jim Rau Dog shows, Ltd., superintendent P.O. Box 6898, Reading, PA 19610-0898 (610) 376-1880 info@raudogshows.com


SUMMER/AUTUMN 2020, Volume XLIV, Number 2

The Dachshund Club of America Newsletter Lynne Dahlén, Editor N961 Mayflower Road Appleton, WI 54913 Official DCA Website: dachshundclubofamerica.org

CAN DOGS IDENTIFY COVID-19 VIA SCENT DETECTION? LETTER FROM THE DCA 2020 SHOW CHAIRMAN REGISTER OF MERIT, TOP PRODUCERS 2019 JUST HOW IMPORTANT IS SUPPORTING JUNIOR HANDLERS? OBSESSION’S 4TH TRIPLE CHAMPION! REMEMBERING IRIS LOVE


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