Showsight December 2018

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A MESSAGE FROM THE PUBLISHER Thank You from Our Family to Yours Well, another year has flown by — more quickly than I’d wished! I’d like to begin my year-end message by saying that your support for Showsight inspires me to continually improve our publication. I have never been more motivated than I am today to work hard for each and every one of you. You and your dogs are the celebrities of our sport and I think you deserve to be showcased like celebrities. My personal dream was never just to publish the best dog show magazine. I’ve always wanted to give recognition to all of you for giving so much to the fancy and for helping to grow interest in the sport of purebred dogs. This past year, we’ve partnered with com- panies and individuals who share the same values we do. We’ve changed the quality and size of our paper and we’re utilizing the latest technologies and global innovations. Don’t worry, we will al- ways stay true to our original mission of providing thoughtful and well-informed editorial. Showsight will be adding more contributing editors in 2019 to bring you the kinds of features and interviews you’ve come to expect with show reports from around the world. I am excited to announce that we will soon be launching the Show- sight Interactive Website that will allow you to create a free account, post pictures and communicate with anyone across the Globe. (Think of it as a Facebook, but created exclusively for the dog en- thusiast.) We are also planning to launch our Mobile App, Showsight TV and a Showsight Breeders Club. More on these later… The wonderful team at Showsight has been extremely supportive of my goals all year. To them I extend my warmest gratitude. It is because of their hard work and dedication that you’re able to tell the world about your dogs through Showsight’s print publication and digital format. I’d like to especially thank Hanifa Arapovic, Vice President, for being my rock, Joseph Neil McGinnis III, for entrust- ing me with taking over Showsight after publishing it himself for 24 years, and Michael R. Veras, Chief Operating Officer, for being the Superman that he is. Michael wears many hats and he’s a man who makes sure that all aspects of our company run smoothly. Everyone’s dedication and tireless work is simply invaluable! Lastly, I’d like to thank our dear clients who choose to advertise us. You have made our success possible. Happy Holidays to you and to your loved ones. See you soon.

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table of CONTENTS

14 SHOWSIGHT

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2018 ANNUAL Karl Donvil

from the Executive Editor Emeritus Joseph Neil McGinnis III

38 THE SEVEN SECRETS OF SHOW SUCCESS Michael and Cathy Dugan

TAILS ARE WAGGING FOR HEMP Fred Metzger, DVM, MRCVS, Diplomate ABVP

48 THE TROT... Michelle Scott

BACKSTAGE AT THE NATIONAL DOG SHOW Dan Sayers

62 AKC NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

SPOOKTACULAR CANDIDS photos by Jean Edwards

PRESENTED BY ROYAL CANIN DRAWS LARGEST ENTRY IN HISTORY OF EVENT

68 LINES FROM LINDA Linda Ayers Turner Knorr

205 ADVERTISING RATES

84 BECOMING Jacquelyn Fogel 100 ON THE LINE BJ Andrews

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OLD FORT CLUSTER DOG SHOW CANDIDS photos by Booth Photography

230 SHOWSIGHT IN CIRCULATION

SURVEY SAYS What person in the dog show community deserves a special gift this year — and what would the gift be?

106 SHOWSIGHT INTERVIEWS Allan Reznik

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116 NATIONAL DOG SHOW CANDIDS photos by Jean Edwards 130 CALIFORNIA FIRE RELIEF DOG FANCIERS JOIN HANDS TO HELP OTHERS 134 THE VALUE OF PEDIGREES Nigel Aubrey-Jones 148 ‘OWNEY’ THE MAIL SERVICE MASCOT Dan Sayers

THE HOUND GROUP Various Guest Experts

THE IRISH SETTER Various Guest Experts

THE ROTTWEILER Various Guest Experts

THE WELSH TERRIER Various Guest Experts

158 ENGLISH SETTER

AMERICAN LHASA APSO CLUB NATIONAL CANDIDS photos by Jean Edwards

NATIONAL SPECIALTY CANDIDS photos by Garth Gourlay

164 COLLABORATING ON THE GREATEST NEEDS IN CANINE HEALTH Sharon M. Albright, DVM CCRT

COMING ATTRACTIONS

168 MEMORIES CAPTURED Linda Ayers Turner Knorr

350 INDEX TO ADVERTISERS

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Thank you Judge Mr. Charles Trotter

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DOBERMAN PINSCHER

Reagan MULTIPLE SPECIALTY & ALL BREED BEST IN SHOW WINNER GOLD GRAND CHAMPION LEGENDALE LADY LUK V GOLDGROVE

OWNER: Kenichi Kato

BREEDER & CO-OWNER: Lana Ferguson

CO-BREEDER: Goldgrove Dobermans

HANDLER: Andy Linton andylinton10@yahoo.com

ASSISTANT: Nicki Short

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Our Caring Nature... Genetic or Dog-Induced?

FROM THE EXECUTIVE EDITOR EMERITUS Joseph Neil McGinnis III I I I

In all my years in dogs—now, more than forty—I’ve never felt such ur- gency to fight for our rights. Or at least for our dogs’ and sport’s rights. We are up against formidable foes who’d like to see our favorite pastime become a thing of the past. I’m speaking of course of the “animal rights” groups who really don’t have animals’ rights in mind. They have an agenda which they’re pushing, and pushing hard. They have the money and the manpower to shovel moun- tains of misinformation in front of gullible, well-meaning souls who are brainwashed by the slick, sickening

(He’s also a truly great ringside announcer.) I also want to ex- tend my congratulations and thanks to the entire Club for an- other tremendous event. Events transpired in the last few months to test the mettle of the most optimistic. Raging for- est fires in North and South Cal- ifornia forced many thousands from their homes, and pets, live- stock and wildlife from those For more information or to donate: LV FIRE RELIEF c/o Valerie Nunez-Atkinson lvfirerelief.org FIDO PET FOOD BANK EMERGENCY RESPONSE c/o Nancy Martin 971-678-6940 Above left: Valerie & CJ Left: Nancy

publicity. Well, it’ll take a powerful weapon to combat them and we need to stop being complacent. Luckily we have the ideal ar- mament to fight the battle: we have us. As Nancy Martin pointed out to me, what better publicity can we have than for the general public to see the caring nature of the average fancier? We who are pilloried for owning, much less breed-

ing, the purpose-bred dogs that are the light of our lives. Most everyone in the sport expends a great deal of time and en- ergy doing for others, not just caring about themselves or their personal dogs. We’re quick to help when someone aches, and we’re quick to act when someone’s in peril. And when I say “someone” I mean either canine or human. Is it part and parcel of the genetic makeup of the dog-lover? Or do the dogs make us better people? It’s debat- able, but it’s also dependable. I cannot count the times in my life that fellow fanciers have rallied around a charitable cause, but I’ve always known we can count on us to come up to the plate in a time of crisis. The Animal Rights attack can be viewed as nothing less.

So let’s work even harder to promote this aspect of our lives. I hereby present exhibits A through C but it’s just a start. Above I am pictured with three people who’ve poured huge amounts of energy and effort into our world. It was taken by a patient bartender fol- lowing BIS at the National Dog Show hosted by the KC of Philadel- phia. The televised coverage of this show provides the fancy, and the world, with a wonderful display of sportsmanship, excellent dogflesh, and hopefully piques the interest of those who might join us. I’m proud to be pictured with Steve Sansone, Debbie Scott and Wayne Ferguson, bright lights of the Club, and shining examples of what individuals can do to better our world. There has been much discussion about the coverage which the world saw on Thanksgiving Day. People complained that every sin- gle dog wasn’t shown. People complained that the breed descrip- tions were too vague. People complained about other stuff, too. But let’s be practical about it: for the kind of publicity we’re getting, if they asked me to show my dog wearing a tutu (hopefully the dog, not me, but whatever) I’d say Sure. We are getting a huge shot in the arm by the happy vibes emanating from screens in homes around the globe. Special thanks to Club President Wayne Fergu- son, who also heads Morris & Essex, for all he does to benefit us.

lovely hills were tossed out of safety zones and into dire straits. I’m proud to say that our fellow dog lovers have pitched in big time. Two of the many spearheading rescue efforts are Valerie Nunez- Atkinson (along with Westminster BIS “CJ”), in SoCal, and Nancy Martin up north. I hope to have more on these developments but for now I just want to say Thank You All for All You Do. As any of us know who’ve worked in rescue, especially follow- ing a natural disaster, once it’s out of the headlines people lose in- terest. Yet those needing assistance may need it for many months to come. We must keep up the work till the work’s no longer needed. Again, my heart goes out to all affected by this catastrophe, and my thanks to my fellow fanciers for another inspirational act. We’re smack in the middle of the whirlwind that hits this time each year: from now till Louisville the time seems to fly. Please take some time to hug your dogs, hug a fancier in need, and enjoy the tremendous adventure that we’re on, all due to our dogs. Happy Holidays! I’ll see you next month.

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MULTIPLE BEST IN SHOW, MULTIPLE RESERVE BEST IN SHOW & MULTIPLE BEST IN SPECIALTY SHOW WINNING

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AMERICAN FOXHOUND

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BORZOI, CHINESE SHAR-PEI

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GCHP OCEANO DARBYDALES’S XECUTIVE DECISION

Thank you Judges Charles Trotter, Gabriella Garcia, Patricia Trotter, Sharon Redmer, Anne Marie Taylor,

James Taylo & Donna Buxton

Presented By: Kim & Gigi Griffith Loved & Owned By: Kathy Wortham Co-Owned By: Mary W. Price & Carol Bergmann Bred By: Gigi Griffith & Carol Bergmann

FLASH! Many thanks to Judges John P. Wade and Donna Beckman for the Working Group wins this weekend!

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NEWFOUNDLAND

#1 Newfoundland All Systems * #11 Working Dog **

2x National Specialty Winner Judges Choice Winner

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©In Focus by Miguel

“Grateful for all the Judges who have recognized us, for the friends made along the way, and for the love shared for this sport. Happy Holidays to All!”

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SEALYHAM TERRIER

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The Seven Secrets of Show Success

Be Lucky BY MICHAEL AND CATHY DUGAN

Several lucky events coincided with our campaign for Ladybug. The breed became better known by virtue of the Obama family addition of a Portuguese Water Dog, “Bo”. Ladybug was featured on the Madison Square Garden mar- quee throughout the weekend promoting the event the year she won the Group. And last but not least, several high-profile all-rounder’s and breed specialists put her up early on to help establish her as a credible contender. We’ve all heard the old sayings about “luck” such as “ I’d rather be lucky than smart” and there’s a lot of truth to all of them. The best we ever heard describes how luck really works in the real world: “Luck is the intersection of endless preparation with that moment where life demands your very best”. Luck begins when you know in your gut and heart that you are prepared and ready. Ever have one of those moments at work or at play where everything around you seemed clear- er and a little voice in your head said “I can do this!” About the power of preparation: Mario Andretti is regard- ed as one of the best all-around race drivers in history; win- ning everything from the Indianapolis 500 to Formula One Championships. In person, Mario is unimposing but carries a persona that suggests he could do anything he set his mind to do. He took me around the 500 track for a couple of laps as a favor and scared the crap out of me. We never got over 150 miles per hour, but on the turns the car would be mere inches from an unforgiving concrete wall, focusing my atten- tion like nothing else. I asked Mario what separated the great drivers from the every good ones; much less mere mortals like me. He told me that the great drivers saw everything in slow motion. He might be hurtling down the track at 230 mph, inches from the wall, debris and other cars swirling around him, but to him he was coasting along at 50 mph. No big deal. Because he practiced so much, planned every move and visualized every turn and pit stop, by the time race day came, he had already finished the race. Mario also laughed about how in some races all of the great planning blew up on the first lap and he knew it was going to be a very long day. “Some days you are lucky and some days you’re not”

W e’ve now talked about the many moving pieces needed to make the complex process of showing a competition dog at a high level even possible. Still, after all of the long-term hard work of finding the right dog and handler, organizing the program and advertising, developing backers and com- mitting most of you own time, you still might not win. Why? Ultimately, it still comes down to “luck”. When we heard an old pro talk about how the stars, the moon and the planets all needed to be in alignment to win a Best in Show, we thought it was just another urban myth; we were wrong. After twenty best in show wins we were sur- prised every time without fail. Some weekend lineups looked so good we were sure we couldn’t miss; then we couldn’t get out of breed. At some shows where we almost withdrew our entry to reduce the pain and bleeding we knew that was com- ing, we won the whole damn thing! Go figure. We’re of Irish descent and a little superstitious about some things. When Ladybug was born on St. Patrick’s Day we raised an eyebrow at our good fortune and quickly named the litter the “Irish Litter” with names such as “Luck Be A Lady”, “Lucky Charm”, and “Luck of the Irish” we figured we would at least have fun. In fact the whole litter was a powerhouse, led by the indomitable Ladybug.

“THE BEST WE EVER HEARD DESCRIBES HOW LUCK REALLY WORKS IN THE REAL WORLD: “LUCK IS THE INTERSECTION OF ENDLESS PREPARATION WITH THAT MOMENT WHERE LIFE DEMANDS YOUR VERY BEST”. LUCK BEGINS WHEN YOU KNOW IN YOUR GUT AND HEART THAT YOU ARE PREPARED AND READY.”

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RETRIEVER (FLAT-COATED)

The Seven Secrets of Show Success:

BY MICHAEL AND CATHY DUGAN continued

“YOU HAVE DECIDED TO LIVE AND WORK WITH MAGNIFICENT LIVING CREATURES WHO WILL DO ANYTHING YOU WANT (UP TO A POINT, DOGS HAVE STANDARDS TOO). FOR US IT REALLY IS ABOUT HONORING THE DOG AND EMBRACING THE TRUST PLACED IN US TO CARE OF THEM ALL OF THEIR LIVES.”

If you have decided to compete at a high level in anything, including the world of dogs, you’ve made a personal decision to succeed; the only question left is how you are going to actually do that. You have decided to live and work with magnificent living creatures who will do anything you want (up to a point, dogs have standards too). For us it really is about honoring the dog and embracing the trust placed in us to care of them all of their lives. As part of our learning process we observed and listened to as many vet- eran breeders who would put up with us. We found that the breeders/owners who have had success year after year are a fairly rare bunch. Faced with the same variations, health issues, down- line breeding surprises, and sheer cra- ziness of the business, they have man- aged to operate above the fray, plow ahead stubbornly once they’ve made their breeding and competition deci- sions and live with wins and losses with equal aplomb. From the outside, they just look “lucky”. HOW TO MAKE YOURSELF LUCKY: Many people assume that luck is what happens to other people; their success must be the result of luck. Oth- ers just aren’t very lucky; they have a great dog but can’t seem to catch a break! There must be something going on here. In fact, most people who are regard- ed as lucky in the dog ring aren’t lucky

at all. They have common traits that made them successful. What are those secret traits? Set your goals…assess your dog, prepare for the ring by observing your competition. For most breeders and owners getting an AKC title is enough. Timing is everything. Consider if there is a big winner in your area. It may not make sense to initiate a campaign if you have to go up against this dog every weekend. As we’ve talked about in our col- umns, some owners decide to go for broke, closely following where fools rush in…That decision, in itself, will define and drive what follows. Successful dog owners, like any driven people, take the time to consider dogs, handlers, the way competition works, how much it will cost and what their tolerance for risk will be. Make or break questions pop up pretty fast. Am I willing to spend fifty thousand dollars this year on advertising and not take a big vacation or add to my retirement? If the answer begins with the thought that hell yes, I enjoy this and watching my dogs do well, the rest is easy. Logic? Actually, there is a certain clarity of log- ic that occurs when you decide to “fol- low your joy” as the philosopher Joseph Campbell often used to challenge his students. It all starts with a plan and a per- sonal vision. Asked why he endured years of toil and sacrifice to climb Mt. Everest, Sir. Edmund Hillary answered with characteristic brevity, “Because

it’s there!” Now that’s a deceptively simple plan! NBA Legend Larry Bird was asked why he had dedicated his entire life to something as mundane as the game of basketball. His answer, “It’s the only thing I know how to do”. Maybe, maybe not; what is true is that it was the one thing he wanted to do! Being lucky and succeeding with your dogs is a personal decision that only you and your family can make. Like anything else, half-baked commit- ments will produce half-baked results. Besides, it is, after all, about the dogs. Another show year is upon us, and Cathy and I scour the upcoming dog shows schedules for the nuggets and gems where our newest batch of young- sters can shine. We’ve been doing this for over thirty years and we never tire of the newest challenge, waiting for the latest hot contenders to appear, weigh- ing in on who will be the next “legend”. While dogs, shows, judges, handlers, owners and the whims of the fancy come and go with chaos and irony, the cycle of the dogs and the competition we have invented for them is immuta- ble. Dogs have influenced our lives for thousands of years and we have occa- sionally evolved as much as they have. They love us unconditionally, tolerate our foibles and mistakes, and yet, make us feel better than we did ten minutes ago. Perhaps that’s the greatest luck of all.

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SPANIEL (IRISH WATER)

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BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG

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GCH LUCANIA DELZAR’S FOREVER EDWARD X HI -KEL TERRYDALE THE EYES HAVE IT AT TOORAY CA grand champion H I - K E L T E R R Y D A L E T R O U BA D O U R

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LAKELAND TERRIER

BREEDERS KATHLEEN MCINDOE, MARIPI WOOLDRIDGE & JENNIFER STEVENS OWNERS KATHLEEN MCINDOE, MARIPI WOOLDRIDGE, JENNIFER STEVENS & TENNA GRENAAE HANDLERS TRACY SZARAS & LUIS ABREU

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IRISH TERRIER

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THE TROT... WEARING ROSE-COLOURED GLASSES, AND OTHER MUSINGS Michelle Scott

For far too many years I've been accused of seeing the world through rose coloured glasses. At first I was hurt and saddened that others, often much younger than me, seemed so jaded and felt the world was so cruel and harsh. When I actually sat down, thought about it and tried to see where or how they came to their conclusions I realized they were of the mindset that you had to fight and claw your way to the top, so everything was a battle for them. I get it - we're in a competitive sport - but I still don't buy into the eat or be eaten attitude. I'm an artist. I love to create beautiful things which helped when I was handling and also helped in my breeding program. As a judge I love to find beautiful dogs but it's not just superficial beauty or grooming, I get excited finding a dog that owns the ground it's standing on, exudes breed type and is balanced and proportioned for the breed. I still get goosebumps.

Let’s talk about THE TROT . What we know today: "When trot- ting, a dog moves diagonal front and rear feet forward. First, two di- agonal front and rear feet move forward (for example, right front- left rear). Then, the dog’s entire body is suspended in the air for a moment. Then, the other diagonal front and rear feet move forward (for example, left front-right rear)." By M. Christine Zink, DVM, Ph.D., presents Coaching the Canine Ath- lete seminars worldwide, and is a consultant on canine sports medi- cine, evaluating canine structure and locomotion. So, why have the CKC and AKC not caught up with the times? Their Glossary says "Trot: A rhyth- mic two-beat diagonal gait in which the feet at diagonally oppo- site ends of the body strike the ground together, i.e., right hind with left front and left hind with right front." and "Flying Trot: A fast gait in which all four feet are off the ground for a brief second dur- ing each half stride. Because of the long reach, the oncoming hind >

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H A P P Y H O L I D A Y S

R B I S B I S S G C H C O U N T R Y S Q U I R E C E N T E R S T A G E

RESERVE TOP 20 WINNER WITH JUDGES JOAN SAVAGE, KELLIE FITZGERALD AND ELLIOTT B.WEISS FIRST IN STUD DOG CLASS - JUDGE RICHARD LeBEAU MICK IS OUR 9TH GENERATION OF GROUP WINNERS SINCE THE 1980s PHOTOS BY GARTH GOURLAY BREEDER / OWNER / HANDLER: Shaun Jordan • CO-BREEDER: Deb Jauron CO-OWNER: Carole Sel leck | Countr y Squi re, Br ighton, Colorado NUMBER 3 ENGLISH SETTER * *SHOWSIGHT ALL BREED STATS AS OF 10/31 / 18

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feet step beyond the imprint left by the front. Also called Suspen- sion Trot." Before the invention of high-speed cameras we only saw the moment of suspension in an exaggerated long trot but now we know that it's there in even the slower col- lected trot. I've had many discussions with judges and breeders educating their peers with faulty information - a proper (generic) trot must have a moment of suspension and no, that does not make it a flying trot....we need to change our defi- nitions. Instead of calling it a fly- ing trot we should just call it what it is - "over-reaching". Thoughts? Photos credits go to Diana Han and Katheryn Murray. Thank you! As I said before, I love to find a dog that owns the ground it's standing on, exudes breed type and is balanced and proportioned for the breed. I still get goose- bumps. For me, that's what this sport is all about. Forget the egos, forget the battles - we're not at war, we are a community and we all share the same goals and passions. So, how do I feel now about wear- ing rose coloured glasses? I'm good with it. About the author: I live near Guelph, Ontario, Canada. I’ve been involved in dogs for most of my life - I grew up with Irish Setters and have been involved with Lakeland Terriers and a few other breeds over the years but my main breed for more than 30 years has been Standard Poodles. I love to cook, garden, paint, and study. Write to Mrs. Scott c/o editor@aramediagrp.com THE TROT, WEARING ROSE-COLOURED GLASSES, and other Musings MICHELLE SCOTT cont’d

For me, that's what this sport is all about. Forget the egos, forget the battles - we're not at war, we are a community and we all share the same goals and passions. So, how do I feel now about wearing rose coloured glasses? I'm good with it.

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MULTIPLE BEST IN SHOW WINNER & MULTIPLE SPECIALTY WINNER

SilverGrandChampion SMASH JP COPENHAGEN

PROUDLY OWNED BY CATHY & JERRY GAUCHE

PERFECTLY PRESENTED BY MR. KAZ HOSAKA

thank you judges BEST IN SHOW MS . S H A R O N L Y O N S GROUP 1ST MR . J O E WA L T O N

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POODLE (TOY)

©NOR CAL BULLDOGGER

she will steal your heart NUMBER ONE ALL BREED *

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*SHOWSIGHT ALL BREED STATS AS OF 10/31/18

BISS & GROUP WINNING, GRAND CHAMPION

Marburl and Happy Tails

Yours Truly

OUR SINCEREST APPRECIATION TO JUDGE ALANE GOMEZ FOR THE GROUP WIN AND TO ALL OF THE JUDGES WHO HAVE GIVEN HER THE NOD!

A TEAM TO WATCH FOR IN 2019

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BOXER

& LORI

BRED & OWNED BY MARY FRANCES BURLESON Marburl Boxers Dallas, TX maryfrances@ebby.com AMY BIERI Happy Tails Boxers Island Lake, IL

EXCLUSIVELY HANDLED BY

LORI MCCLAIN FERGUSON lorimcferguson@gmail.com

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I N L I M I T E D S H O W I N G , F R E D D I E H A S M A D E H I S W A Y T O # 3 clumber A L L B R E E D *

G R O U P 1 J U D G E R I C H A R D P O W E L L

Owner Jacquelin Hickey • Handler Alexis Ditlow Breeders Douglas A. Johnson, Jeane Haverick, Jamie Hubbard & Debbie Bright

*ShowSight all breed thru 10/31/18 We are looking forward to an amazing 2019! SPANIEL (CLUMBER) 56 • S how S ight M agazine , D ecember 2018

G C H B C L U S S E X X A N O T H E R D A Y I N P A R A D I S E

©Nor Cal Bulldogger 2018/Diana Han

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O U R G R A T I T U D E T O A L L J U D G E S W H O H A V E R E C O G N I Z E D P U M P K I N ’ S F I N E T Y P E A N D Q U A L I T Y

H A N D L E D B Y J A S O N S TA R R

B R E D & OWN E D B Y D . M I C H A E L B I T Z , M . D . , E S Q .

candids by ©Phyllis Ensley Photography

A S P E C I A L T H A N K Y O U T O A L L J U D G E S W H O H A V E A W A R D E D P U M P K I N ’ S F I N E T Y P E A N D Q U A L I T Y . M E R R Y C H R I S T M A S A N D H A P P Y N E W Y E A R T O A L L F R O M U S A T T E A M P U M P K I N .

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ANATOLIAN SHEPHERD

number A N ATO L I A N S H E P H E R D D O G A L L S Y S T E M S * ONE

*A L L S Y S T E M S A S O F 1 0 / 3 1 / 1 8

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OREO STRAWBERRY COTE DU NOIRE

C H E V A L I E R S D U R O L A N D

Strawberry

O W N E D B Y D . M I C H A E L B I T Z , M . D . E S Q . B R E D B Y J A N I S L . R O S E N T H A L

H A N D L E D B Y J A S O N S T A R R

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BEAUCERON

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEWS RELEASE

DRAWS LARGEST ENTRY IN HISTORY OF EVENT AKC NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY ROYAL CANIN Dogs from 49 States and 21 Countries Will Vie for Best in Show

NEW YORK, NY (November 20, 2018) —The AKC National Champi- onship Presented by Royal Canin has drawn record entry numbers in its 18th year. An entry of 5,003 dogs will com- pete for the title of National Champion on December 15 and 16, 2018 in Orlan- do, Florida. Combined with the other weekend events including the AKC Royal Canin National All-Breed Puppy and Junior Stakes, AKC Agility Invita- tional, the AKC Obedience Classic, AKC National Owner-Handler Series Finals, NADD/AKC Diving Dogs Champion- ship, and the Junior events, the overall show totals top 9,023 entries, making this the largest dog show held in the United States since the AKC 1984 Cen- tennial event and the largest dog show in North America. “The AKC National Championship Presented by Royal Canin is a unique experience that no dog lover should miss,” said Dennis Sprung, AKC Presi- dent and Show Chairman. “With a qual- ity entry thanks to our breeders, and more than 1,000,000 square feet of event space, top canine athletes com- peting in a wide variety of dog sports,

winner will receive $50,000. Mr. Edd E. Bivin of Fort Worth, Texas will judge Best Bred-by-Exhibitor in Show from over 1,063 Bred-by-Exhibitor entries (dogs being shown by their owner/ breeder). Best Bred-By Exhibitor in Show will receive $15,000. Best in Stakes at the AKC/Royal Canin National All-Breed Puppy and Junior Stakes will be judged by an elite panel: Mr. Edd E. Bivin, Mr. Elliott B. Weiss and Mr. Den- nis B. Sprung. These esteemed judges will determine the winner from 1,306 entries to be crowned the AKC Roy- al Canin National All-Breed (Puppy/ Junior) of the Year. Viewing Coverage: The AKC National Championship evening com- petition will be streamed live begin- ning at 4:45 p.m. each night on AKC. TV and www.akc.org. The Bred-By Exhibitor groups, Junior Showmanship Finals, Best Miscellaneous, agility and obedience will be taped and available on demand at AKC.TV. The Agility finals will be streamed live on AKC.TV. AKC National Owner-Handled Series Finals: The AKC NOHS Finals Best in Show competition will be

tons of vendors selling dog-themed items in time for the holidays, more than 160 AKC Meet the Breeds ® booths and more, there is something for every- one at this canine extravaganza.” Events in the one million square feet of canine-centric space during the National Championship week of December 11-16, 2018 include the: • AKC Junior Showmanship Finals • AKC Junior Agility Competition • AKC Juniors Obedience & Rally Classic • AKC National Owner-Handler Series Finals • AKC Meet the Breeds ® • Specialty Shows, Group Shows and the FSS/Miscellaneous Open Show • Orlando cluster, consisting of the Space Coast Kennel Club of Palm Bay, the Brevard Kennel Club, the Central Florida Kennel Club and Orlando Dog Training Club 2018 HIGHLIGHTS: Judges: Judge Mr. Elliott B. Weiss of Novelty, Ohio will select the AKC National Championship Best in Show (BIS) winner. The owner(s) of the BIS

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“THE AKC NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY ROYAL CANIN HAS DRAWN RECORD ENTRY NUMBERS IN ITS 18TH YEAR. AN ENTRY OF 5,003 DOGS WILL COMPETE FOR THE TITLE OF NATIONAL CHAMPION ON DECEMBER 15 AND 16, 2018 IN ORLANDO, FLORIDA.”

56 breeds from 32 states and Canada

judged by Mr. Charles L. Olvis on Sat- urday, December 15. This invitation- only competition is open to the top ten ranked dogs in the AKC National Own- er-Handled Series in each breed/variety from the 2018 qualifying year and drew an entry of 737 dogs. The NOHS Group Finals will be taped and available on demand at www.akc.org. AKC NATIONAL CHAMPION- SHIP BY THE NUMBERS • 191 AKC recognized breeds are entered to compete • 5,003 entries in the AKC National Championship • The largest entries include: • 151 Golden Retrievers • 147 Dachshunds (all varieties) • 112 Australian Shepherds • 84 French Bulldogs • 100 Labrador Retrievers • 63 Rhodesian Ridgebacks • 58 Pomeranians • 71 Poodles (all varieties) • 73 Chihuahuas (both varieties) • 72 Cavalier King Charles Spaniels • 58 Rottweilers • 737 dogs are entered in the AKC National Owner-Handled Series (NOHS) Finals • 190 juniors, ages 9-17, who have met high academic standards and qualification criteria based on year-round competition, will compete in Junior Showmanship • More than 690 dogs will compete in the North America Diving Dogs/AKC National Championship OBEDIENCE CLASSIC AND AGILITY INVITATIONAL BY THE NUMBERS • 243 teams in the two-day AKC Obedience Classic, including

AKC, American Kennel Club, the Amer- ican Kennel Club seal and design, and all associated marks and logos are trademarks, registered trademarks and service marks of The American Kennel Club, Inc. Become a fan of the American Kennel Club on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter @AKCDogLovers. ABOUT ROYAL CANIN USA Royal Canin USA is a leader in science- based cat and dog health nutrition. Founded by a veterinarian in 1968, Royal Canin has 50 years of experi- ence in delivering individualized nutritional solutions. In collabora- tion with an expert team of nutrition- ists, breeders and veterinarians from around the world, Royal Canin places cats and dogs at the central point of the innovation process. The Royal Canin product line offers a range of diets based on size, age, breed, life- style and therapeutic requirements. Royal Canin diets are available at veterinary hospitals and pet specialty stores nationwide. Royal Canin is a subsidiary of Mars, Incorporated. To learn more about Royal Canin, visit www.royalcanin.com and “LIKE” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ royalcanin.us.

• 19 Junior Obedience entries and 18 Junior Rally entries in the AKC Juniors Classic • 741 entries in the AKC Agility Invitational, including 169 breeds from 45 states and 4 countries • 76 entries in the AKC Junior Agility Competition (Friday, Dec. 14th)

To purchase tickets or get more infor- mation about the show, visit us at www. akc.org/events/national-champion- ship/ or on Facebook and Twitter. ABOUT THE AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB Founded in 1884, the American Ken- nel Club is a not-for-profit organiza- tion which maintains the largest regis- try of purebred dogs in the world and oversees the sport of purebred dogs in the United States. The AKC is dedi- cated to upholding the integrity of its registry, promoting the sport of pure- bred dogs and breeding for type and function. Along with its more than 5,000 licensed and member clubs and its affiliated organizations, the AKC advocates for the purebred dog as a family companion, advances canine health and well-being, works to pro- tect the rights of all dog owners and promotes responsible dog ownership. More than 22,000 competitions for AKC-registered purebred dogs are held under AKC rules and regulations each year including conformation, agil- ity, obedience, rally, tracking, herd- ing, lure coursing, coonhound events, hunt tests, field and earthdog tests. Affiliate AKC organizations include the AKC Humane Fund, AKC Canine Health Foundation, AKC Reunite and the AKC Museum of the Dog. For more information, visit www.akc.org.

MEDIA CONTACTS: BRANDI HUNTER American Kennel Club (212) 696-8220 bth@akc.org COURTNEY SUTHOFF Royal Canin (636) 448-6137 Courtney.suthoff@royalcanin.com

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M U L T I P L E

G R O U P

W I N N I N G

Jackson G O L D E N H Y L I T E ’ S T H E X F A C T O R R O M C Bronze Grand Champion A M E R I C A N / C A N A D I A N

Thank you Judge Larry Adams

H AND L E R Ama n d a L aw r e n c e OWN E R S L a r i n d a S h a n n o n , Ama n d a L aw r e n c e & N a n c y T i b b e n B R E E D E R N a n c y T i b b e n

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SHETLAND SHEEPDOG

©P H O T O G R A P H Y B Y J AYME

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ALASKAN MALAMUTE

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Lines from Linda BY LINDA AYERS TURNER KNORR Candid Candidates—AKC Board of Directors Class of 2023 Questionnaire

D ecember is a month of meaningful celebrations. Our American Kennel Club and Royal Canin come together in Orlando for our Nation’s largest celebra- tion of dogs. The AKC National Championship Dog Show presented by Roy- al Canin takes place at the Orange County Convention Center on December 15 and 16 this year. AKC Delegates meetings will take place two days before the Canine Extravanganza begins. With candidates for the AKC Board of Directors Class of 2023 recently named, political campaigning will be in full swing. Last year we published photos and interviews for each candidate in our November and December issues. The December issue devoted 17 pages to candidate’s credentials and views. Response was tremendous from the grateful candidates for having the early opportunity to be heard, from the AKC Delegates who could then follow up on the details, from the club’s and from our readers.

I was hoping for you to learn here how those vying for a seat at the big table respond- ed to the questions I posed to them this year. However, late on the evening before the requested deadline I received an email from Dr. Thomas M. Davies stating that the candidates had decided together not to participate. “We feel that we will have ample time to present our individual messages to the fancy as election time approaches.” Davies, said and signed the names of each candidate.

THE FOLLOWING ARE THE CANDIDATES NOT PARTICIPATING AND THE QUESTIONNAIRE PRESENTED TO EACH OF THEM.

NOMINATING COMMITTEE CANDIDATES Dr. Thomas M. Davies, Springfield Kennel Club, Inc. Dr. Charles Garvin, Dalmatian Club of America Daniel J. Smyth, Esq., Burlington County Kennel Club, Inc.

PETITION CANDIDATES Karen J. Burgess, Greater Clark County Kennel Club, Inc. Steven Hamblin, Pekingese Club of America

“DECEMBER IS A MONTH OF MEANINGFUL CELEBRATIONS. OUR AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB AND ROYAL CANIN COME TOGETHER IN ORLANDO FOR OUR NATION’S LARGEST CELEBRATION OF DOGS. THE AKC NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP DOG SHOW PRESENTED BY ROYAL CANIN TAKES PLACE AT THE ORANGE COUNTY CONVENTION CENTER ON DECEMBER 15 AND 16 THIS YEAR.”

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BabyFace R B I S G C H S B O O M B O O M B A BY FA C E B O M B B O O G I E C G C U

NO . 1 I N A L L SYS T E M S * OWNED BY: Sherry & David Henderson

HANDLED BY: Jamie Donelson & Arturo Rosas, “Team Rosas”

W W W . B O L S H AYA B O R D E A U X . C O M *all systems as of 10/31/18

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DOGUE DE BORDEAUX

S N A P P L E A N D H E R T E A M would like to thank all the judges who have rewarded her this past year and wish a Happy and Healthful Holiday Season to All!

N U M B E R O N E AC D B I T C H A L L SYS T E M S * & N AT I O N A L S P E C I A LT Y B O S 2 0 1 7 - 2 0 1 8 W I T H L I M I T E D S H OW I N G

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AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOG

BRED & OWNED BY: Jacquelyn Johnson, Chris Ann Moore & Robert Moore

CO-OWNED BY: Kelli Watkins & Kim Griffith

HANDLED BY: Kim & Gigi Griffith, and Breeder/Owner Chris Ann Moore

*all systems as of 10/31/18

Snapple M U L T I P L E B E S T I N S P E C I A L T Y S H O W W I N N I N G B R O N Z E G R A N D C H A M P I O N SHALIMAR & OAKWOOD MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE RENEGADE

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Lines from Linda: Candid Candidates...

BY LINDA AYERS TURNER KNORR continued

How disappointing that the candidates passed on this opportunity to have their information and views known prior to the Orlando Delegates’ meetings. As a for- mer candidate myself I was very dismayed that the other very formidable question- naires were not published until the the middle of Feb- ruary and even early March not giving the Delegates time to even present the informa- tion to the clubs they repre- sent. Since this year’s candi- dates felt it not necessary to present their views early, it would have been nice had they let me know before our publishing deadline. The contributions of each of these candidates have made our sport better for each one of us. We owe them a great deal of grati- tude for their service to our AKC Delegate body and the activities of our American Kennel Club. Early this month meno- rahs will be lighted, children will play with dreidels and many latkes will be enjoyed! HAPPY HANUKKAH! For my family Christ- mas is the most meaningful time of year. We celebrate the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Wise men still follow him! MERRY CHRISTMAS!

AKC BOARD CANDIDATE CLASS OF 2023 QUESTIONNAIRE

1. Please share your background in purebred dogs including breeding and events.

2. Please share your participation and leadership experience in dog organizations as well as your involvement as a Delegate (length of service committee membership, etc.)

3. Please share any leadership experience in other non-dog activities that will prepare you for AKC Board service.

4. Please share significant highlights of your professional career and how that will compliment your AKC Board Service.

5. AKC events compete for discretionary spending (time and money) of dog owners who have other recreational options. In this context, what should AKC sports do to attract new dog owners? 6. There are many canine related businesses that are profitable. Should AKC diversify its business activities in an attempt to earn a profit that can be used to subsidize its mission driven functions? Recent examples are the LINK Collar and the doggie day care business. 7. AKC activities are open to all dog owners yet the minority segments of the population appear to be underrepresented. Has this been a lost opportunity and if so, what can be done about it?

8. Based on your experience with clubs, what ideas have worked to grow membership and/or increase participation in club activities?

9. There are many dedicated dog owners who want their sports to thrive and grow. They have a wide variety of opinions regarding the best way forward. What can AKC do to tap into this knowledge and then reach a consensus across such a diverse audience?

10. What is your motivation for wishing to serve on the AKC Board of Directors and what difference do you hope to make?

“THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF EACH OF THESE CANDIDATES HAVE MADE OUR SPORT BETTER FOR EACH ONE OF US. WE OWE THEM A GREAT DEAL OF GRATITUDE FOR THEIR SERVICE TO OUR AKC DELEGATE BODY AND THE ACTIVITIES OF OUR AMERICAN KENNEL CLUB.”

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NORFOLK TERRIER

WISHES YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR T E A M J OV I

P O U C H COV E ' S L I V I N ' O N A P R AY E R SILVER GRAND CHAMPION

OWNED BY MARK & WENDY KEYSER & CHRISTINE LaMURAGLIA EXCLUSIVELY HANDLED BY ALEXIS DITLOW BRED BY CHRISTINE LaMURAGLIA & PEGGY HELMING

THANK YOU JUDGE MRS . CAROL BROWN

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NEWFOUNDLAND

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