Top Notch Toys May 2019

Mountain View rising stars at www.mountainviewkennel.org

Bred and owned by

© NOR CAL BULLDOGGER 2019

Victor Malzoni Jr. & ClaireWisch Abraham

Kelly Shupp Handled by

C H A M P I O N

TRISKAIDEKAPHOBIA

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Hampton Court

Victor Malzoni Jr. & ClaireWisch Abraham Bred and owned by

© NOR CAL BULLDOGGER 2019

HAMPTON COURT THE JUNGLE BOOK

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MULTIPLE BEST IN SHOW WINNING

MULTIPLE BEST IN SPECIALTY SHOWWINNING

THANK YOU JUDGES JERRY M. WATSON, GARY DOERGE AND DAVID KIRKLAND FOR THESE PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS.

OWNED BY Darcy Ahlers & Joan Carter, adahlers@goldenwest.net

HANDLED BY Chris Ann Moore, bisacd@aol.com

*TNT breed stats 2018

#1 MALE PAPILLON 2018 * 4 • T op N otch T oys , M ay 2019

SKYVIEW’S DAKOTAH REIGN OF DESIRE MBIS/MBISS GCHG

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Reserve Best In Show | Mrs. Gloria Geringer!

Thank you Mr. John Wade

Thank you Mrs. Gloria Geringer

Thank you Mr. Rodney Merry

Thank you Ms. Melinda L. Lyon

JAXON IS OWNED BY Sandra Hsieh, Kathleen Gilbert and Pam Laperruque

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OUR EASTER WEEKEND WAS “EGGCEPTIONAL” WITH BACK-TO-BACK BEST IN SHOWS!

Thank you Mr. Rodney R. Merry

Thank you Mr. John P. Wade

JAXON IS CONDITIONED AND SHOWN BY Pam Laperruque, centarra@gmail.com

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*TNT breed sTaTs as of 3/31/19

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m u l t i p l e g r o u p w i n n i n g c h a m p i o n

TIMEB MB PUFF

o w n e d b y ROY & JO-ANN KUSUMOTO

b r e d & o w n e d b y DARYL MARTIN

* T N T a l l b r e e d s t a t s a s o f 3 / 3 1 / 1 9

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A N O T H E R C O N S I S T E N T W E E K E N D T h a n k y o u j u d g e m r s . j u n e p e n t a

TIMEB MB

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Bronze grand champion ALFA LAVAL Ayron Dog

SPRINGING INTO #3 breed and Top ten

all breed *

THANK YOU Peggy Beisel-McIlwaine, JUNE PENTA, NANCY HAFNER and DOUG JOHNSON for the recent Best of Breed placements

*tnt breed & all breed stats as of 3/31/19

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Owned by roy & joann Kusumoto Presented and spoiled by daryl martin

BRED BY TANYA ZHUKOVSKAYA

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*TNT all breed stats as of 3/31/19

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Judging the Maltese Jacqueline Stacy

TNT Top Twenty Toys

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18 From the 24 Toy Talk 38 PCA 2019 42 Toy Box

Maltese The Consummate Canine Companion Larry Stanberry

TNT All-Breed System

Editor-in-Chief Joe McGinnis

The History of the Maltese Denise Hunter & Tammy Simon

TNT Breed System

Bonnie Guggenheim

TOP NOTCH TOYS is published twelve times per year by AraMe- dia Group, Inc. PO Box 18567, Tampa, FL 33679. Postage paid at Omaha, Nebraska. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the express writ- ten permission of the editor. The opinions expressed in this publica- tion either editorially or in advertis- ing copy are those of the authors and do not necessarily constitute endorsement by the publishers. The editor reserves the right to reasonably edit all copy submitted. All articles become the property of the publishers. Subscription price for third class service in the United States: $75.00. Canadian and U.S. First Class: $110.00. Overseas rates upon request. Inquiries to: Michael R. Veras, COO, AraMedia Group Inc., PO Box 18567, Tampa FL 33678512 686 3466 ext 105 or michael@aramediagroup.com.

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Breed Standard A Timeless Picture in Words Pat Bullard

National Owner Handled System Top Toys

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Judging the Chinese Crested Pat Franklin

Advertising and Subscription Rates

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Folklore and History of the Papillon Jan Paulk

Index to Advertisers

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FROM THE EXECUTIVE EDITOR EMERITUS Joseph Neil McGinnis III

While some might view May as a great time for an ocean break, we, despite the photo, are in Ft. Lauderdale for more serious pursuits. And one cannot get much more serious than the credentials of the friends (more like family) with whom I proudly posed for the above: David Haddock, Ev Gregory, and Joe Gregory represent more experience in and contributions to our sport than most other threesomes one might see. What a treat to get to dine, leisurely, together rather than wolf- ing down a hot dog between breed & groups.

I want to take a quick moment to congratulate everyone involved. Luckily, Brian Cordova snapped a photo of yours truly with Nancy Smith Hafner, head of JE for the Poodle club. If she ever tires of teaching Poodles, she could spend time teaching how to run a Semi- nar. What an extremely powerful and valuable experience it was; my thanks to PCA, STCA and BHCA. We were saddened to note that Luc Boileau had to cancel his Toy Poodle assignment at PCA; we wish him a quick return to his sassy, healthy self. His stand-in, Johnny Shoemaker, of course, did a master- ful job not only at that task but run- ning the Hat Contest which was not only adorable but hysterical. What fun we had. What dogs we saw. What are we going do to, till we can do it again? Till then, remember: He Who lives with the most Toys win.

Not that you’ll ever hear me com- plain about a hot dog...or at least, a hot dog at a dog show. Because as we all know, at any dog show, most of the dogs are indeed, hot. Not having hot dogs recently was me, for I was way too busy at- tending several amazing national specialties to even pause to eat. (Full disclosure: This was not true.) Because it’s National Season one has a huge choice of shows at which to exhibit, spectate, learn, and relax. It was my pleasure to at- tend the Poodle Club of America weeklong extravaganza in Missouri, the Bichon national in Orlando, and the Shih Tzu national in Ft. Laud- erdale. More about that next month. But at each I was privileged to at- tend the Judges’ Seminars and was pretty much bowled over by how well they were conducted. And then of course there was socializing and comparing notes, and simply watch- ing ringside, which is an education in itself.

—Joe

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Always owner handled Crufts qualified for life

Owner/Breeder/Handler: Marion Ford, AKC Breeder of Merit Akai Papillons | www.akaipaps.com

*TNT breed stats 2018 & as of 3/31/19

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B I S S B R O N Z E G R A N D C H A M P I O N AKAI’S DIAMOND IN A RHINESTONE WORLD

THE ONLY NATIONALLY RANKED PHALENE IN THE US 2018-2019 *

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PETER PARKER KIDS

MBISOH GCH GRYPHONWOOD’S THE AMAZING POWER N RESPONSIBILITY

HE IS A CHAMPION FROM THE BBE CLASSES AND GROUP 4 PLACEMENT

CH GRYPHONWOOD’S THE AMAZING WEB MASTER HE IS A CHAMPION FROM THE BBE CLASSES AND GROUP 4 PLACEMENT

Ben is shown by breeder owner George Kailer Webster is shown by breeder owner Debra Kailer owned & bred by George & Debra Kailer www.gryphonwoodpoms.com Facebook/George Kailer

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THE AMAZING TEAM

HANDLED BY DEBORAH WHEELER

MULTIPLE RESERVE BEST IN SHOW & MULTIPLE GROUP ONE WINNING

GCHG GAR-V N GW’S THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN

owned by George & Debra Kailer www.gryphonwoodpoms.com Facebook/George Kailer bred by Gail Garvey

©JC Photography

H E H A S “ S P I D E Y P O W E R S ”

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TOY TALK ETCETERA by Bonnie Guggenheim, TNT Advertising Director & Associate Editor

THINKING ABOUT A HANDLER FOR YOUR TOY DOG?

F irst and foremost, know what your handler charges for every- thing including travel expenses, bonus structure, phone call ar- rangements, who has priority in his or her string, grooming charges and anything additional pertaining to your dog and your bill. Remember to include fees to fly to shows and addi- tional hotel expenses or car rental. Know what area your potential han- dler shows in so you can have fun watching your dog win! You may also want to know if you have any input on where the handler exhibits and to what judges. Usually this is a handler decision. Discuss where your handler wants to show your dog, but remember he or she probably knows what a judge may or may not like, so allow your han- dler the liberty of choosing when and where to exhibit your dog. While itmaybehard tostayaway from your handlers set up when you are at a show to see your dog, know that see- ing youmay upset the dog. Thismakes

it difficult for your handler to show to your dog’s best advantage. Try and not hover at the set-up before or after when they are going in or leav- ing the ring. Showing dogs requires an extensive amount of time getting the dog groomed and in the ring—and getting them back to the set-up where they may need top knots taken down or wrapped or your handler may need to get to another ring quickly and an assistant may need to take over. When watching your dog in the ring, try and be out of the dog’s sight and do not talk as your dog will hear your voice and might not show well since he or she will be looking for you. Any stories you hear around the han- dler’s area should remain confiden- tial. Sometimes they are not true, but if they are you don’t want to be the one to spread the story. The majority of handlers like you to advertise important wins starting with majors up through Best In Show if you are that fortunate. Some have very definite requirements that are a

part of their contract. Ask questions such as where they want you to adver- tise. I hope Top Notch Toys! There are many rules of the road that will make your experience with a handler a winning one and common sense goes a very long way. Remember handlers are people who deserve to be treated with courtesy and no small amount of appreciation if you have big wins. They get excited too! Lastly and, maybe most important for a good relationship, be sure to pay your bill on time! Have a fabulous and winning month and remember…inquiringminds want to know. Email text or call me with your exciting new puppies or wonder- ful wins. Enjoy the shows and love your dogs. Bonnie bonnie@aramediagroup.com 863.738.8848

“REMEMBER HANDLERS ARE PEOPLE WHO DESERVE TO BE TREATED WITH COURTESY...”

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Stryker

A VERY CORRECT YORKIE!

STRYKER IS PROVING THAT GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY, AN EXCEPTIONAL EXAMPLE OF OUR BREED WILL ALWAYS EXCEL. # 1 YORKSHIRE TERRIER NOHS * # 1 1 NOHS TOY DOG ** NOHS # 51 AKC ALL BREED *** TOP 100 NOHS AKC ALL BREED ****

Thank you to Judge Cindy Lane for this great win.

Appreciation also to the judges for awarding Stryker’s quality and adherence to our breed standard!

*AKC NOHS STATS AS OF 4/12/19 **TNT NOHS STATS AS OF 3/11/19

***AKC ALL BREED STATS AS OF 4/12/19 ****AKC ALL BREED STATS AS OF 4/6/19

MULTI GROUP PLACING/BISOH G C H B T YAVA’ S S U G A R F O OT ’ S S T R I K E F O R C E

BREEDER AVA TYREE | TYAVA’S YORKIES

OWNER / HANDLER VICKI EDWARDS | SUGARFOOT YORKIES

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Northwinds Farm’s HOLLYWOOD STARLET B R O N Z E G R A N D C H A M P I O N

FINISHED WITH 5 MAJORS AT 8 MONTHS

OWNED BY ANNE HERNANDEZ

BRED BY JANET ALTSCHUL , CACAO MALTESE

HANDLED TO PERFECTION BY DAN HALEY

PHOTOS BY DAN HALEY

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Starlord A RISING STAR! M U L T I P L E G R O U P W I N N E R S I L V E R G R A N D C H AM P I O N KARALSWON´T APOLOGIZE

WHO HAVE RECOGNIZED STARLORD Thank you to all the judges

Breeder: Karal Poms Owners: Alberto & Karla Aceves Handler: Amanda Seitzer

Karal Poms | karalpoms@hotmail.com

*TNT all breed stats as of 3/31/19

**TNT breed stats as of 3/31/19

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ALL BREED * No. 4 No. 7 BREED **

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THE

IS REAL!

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H E R B E A U T Y W I L L

B E C A U S E T H E R E W E R E N O " S H O R T S " I N T H E B R E E D I N G !

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SILVER GRAND CHAMPION GINGERY'S HIGH VOLTAGE

Owners: Jacqui DiPietro & Arlene Butterklee | Breeder: Arlene Butterklee | Handler: Victor Helu T op N otch T oys , M ay 2019 • 31

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CH ZHENEVA-DEBJUT LINKIN PARK

Russian Import

Sired by Dove

KULANA’S REVOLUTION ROSE AT KYLIN, AKA “ROLLI” Breeders: Darlene Anderson, Tammy Lodien and Linda Davi Owners: Darlene Anderson and Tammy Lodien (pictured above)

GCH KYLINS LEXUS MY GIRLS TEMPTATION AT SONDRA ROSE MULTIPLE GROUP PLACEMENTS

Breeders: Tammy Lodien and Linda Davi | Handler: Tammy Lodien Owners: Tammy Lodien, Sondra Rose and Cameron Gallenberg & Kim Gallenberg, Kamden

AKA “DMETRI” Russian import

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#1 WESTMINSTER - BEST OF BREED - 2019 Thank You Judge Cindy Vogels for this historic win! Windy Silky * GCH LAMPLIGHTER BENDILL TAIL WIND

Owners: Jiri Halonen Janet Aslett Jody Roberts Barbara Beissel Mark Benson

Photographer:

Silky’s Crowning Glory ..the coat is a

*TNT breed stats as of 3/31/19

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GCHP Dartan Diamonds Are Forever at Viva

# 1 Breed * , All Breed ** & NOHS *** Best in Show Multiple Owner Handled Best in Show

BR E D BY DARW I N D E L AN E Y & KA T HY S AWY E R

OWN E D & E XC L U S I V E LY HAND L E D BY C E C I L I A BO Z Z O

* T N T BR E E D S TA T S A S O F 3 / 3 1 / 1 9 * * T N T A L L BR E E D S TA T S A S O F 3 / 3 1 / 1 9 * * *NOHS S TA T S A S O F 4 / 1 2 / 1 9

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YORKSHIRE TERRIER BITCH *

YORKSHIRE TERRIER IN BREED *

Thank you to all of the judges who have awarded Chloe in the Breed and Group rings this year!

*TNT breed stats as of 3/31/19

©Malinda Julien

Breeder/Owner/Handler: Michele Shute, Magnifique Yorkies | Co-breeder: Tatyana Kolesnikov, Rigair Canada

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Ricky! GCHB Darkside'sWalker Stalker BCAT

2018 #5 All Breed & #7 Breed * BOB 2018 NOHS Finals BOS & BOBOH TMT 2017 AMTC National Specialty AOM & Select atWestminster * Multiple NOHS Group firsts Multiple Variety Toy Group placements Currently ranked #8 Breed * & #10 All Breed **

SUSAN & STEVE THIBODEAUX

KALLMEE KENNEL

HOME OF EXCEPTIONAL DOGS SINCE 1978

COCOA, FL

Co-Owned by Madonna Lee

*TNT Breed stats as of 3/31/19 **TNT all Breed stats as of 3/31/19

our thanks to all the judges we look forward to an exciting year! who h ve recognized & rewarded this b autiful Toy Manchester's conformation & movement. Ricky has just turned three,

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W O L P E R T ’ S Y O R K S H I R E T E R R I E R S

WOLPERT’S I’M THE REAL DEAL

CH WOLPERT’S TOM FOOLERY X WOLPERT’S EXTRA KISSES

FUN AT THE WATCHUNG YORKSHIRE TERRIER CLUB SPECIALTY

Dealer, our newest show boy, was WD at the Watchung Mountains Yorkshire Terrier Club Specialty on April 7, 2019 from the 9-12 Month Puppy Dog Class under breeder judge Mrs. Jamie Bennett for a 4 pt. Major.

This was his first show after his Grand Sweepstakes wins at the YTCGNY on Sat. Feb. 9, 2019 under breeder judge Mrs. Kathy Weems and YTCA on Sun. Feb. 10, 2019 under breeder judge Mrs. Claudia Pierro. B R E E D E R S / OWN E R S / H A N D L E R S • F R E D & M A R C I A WO L P E R T • MWO L P E R T 2 0 0 4 @V E R I ZO N . N E T T op N otch T oys , M ay 2019 • 41

TOP NOTCH TOYS

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Coming Attractions! LETS GET THE PARTY STARTED!!

Yorkshire Terriers and Owner Handlers featured in this National Specialty issue! Plan to celebrate your wonderful youngsters and spectacular Specials The awesome “oldies but goodies” and performance Yorkies. In this issue that will be distributed at the specialty and many other shows.

Contact Bonnie @ 512-971-3280 or bonnie@aramediagroup.com Top Notch Toys magazine is the National Premier All Toy best place to advertise!

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B E S T I N S P E C I A L T Y S H O W | B R O N Z E G R A N D C H A M P I O N TIMELESS STELLA BY STARLIGHT AT AERO

*TNT al l breed stats as of 3/31 / 19

T HA N K Y O U TO J U D G E MR S . A N N E S AV O R Y B O L U S F O R T H I S E X C I T I N G AWA R D .

A L L B R E E D*

Breeders/Owners/Handlers TRACY AND KYLE POTTS

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JUDGING THE MALTESE

by Jacqueline Stacy

Thank you TNT, Bonnie and the AMA for asking me to write this. It is always a pleasure and honor to be invited to write about dogs, particularly the Toy Dogs, where type is defined by many many details.

T he Maltese is clearly once of the most beautiful of the Toy Dogs and also one of the most difficult to breed and show. Judges have little to any input on breeding pro- grams other than by rewarding the dogs presented to them in the show ring. This actually can be a bad thing for breeds because we often must award winners to dogs we really know could and should be better, yet that’s what is there for us to sort. The win- ners may be good, but may be the best of a sad lot because there are no other options. When those become cham- pions, they may be bred together and produce much of the same and the cycle continues. So please be remind- ed, the biggest burden for judging the Maltese correctly lies with the breed- ers who are in charge of the direction of their breed. For we can only judge what you bring to us. When judging, it is rather easy to identify a really wonderful example of the breed, yet it is RARE to have one. The wonderful ones jump out because they will be a true toy dog clothed head to toe with a silky, white coat, and striking beautiful moderate head with round skull, round black eyes with black eye rims and a black nose. They will be fine boned, com- pact in body, ribs well sprung, level in back with its plumed tail carried over the back but with the tip lying to the side. (Not flat on the back). The correct Maltese may appear slightly longer than tall to many, be- cause the standard measures the body as equal from the withers to the ground as to withers to the root of tail. With proper moderate angulation front and rear, to my eye this appears longer than tall.

I am always hoping to see the Maltese presented to allow its lively and playful nature to come through in the ring. I realize it is difficult to keep the coat ly- ing perfectly while allowing the dog to act naturally, but when a Maltese does it on its own and then flows around the ring with little movement on the topline, high head carriage and nice reach and drive it is a sight to behold. The coat must be silky without any undercoat. It must be white, pure white. Even color on the ears is dis- couraged. It must be carried flat and silky over the sides of the body and should be long. The frosting on the cake is when you have all this and the dog has furnishings nearly to the floor and a coat that hangs beyond the floor. With all the “products” that are read- ily available and used today and the use of irons, seldom is the correct coat seen. This undoubtedly comes back to haunt, for there is little incentive to breed for the right coat. These are the details that make up type for the ideal Maltese. As judg- es our challenge is to sort through those that are NOT ideal. Based on my hands on experience with this breed as a breeder for Carol Frances Andersen’s Sand Island Kennels, as Professional Handler of Maltese and as a Toy Dog Judge since 1995; I have determined this list of priorities when judging the Maltese in this order: • Coat Texture and Color • Overall Balance • Topline, Tail • Head, Pigment • Movement • Temperament • Size

BIO Jacqueline Stacy’s involvement began over 50 years ago with a lifetime com- mitment to the sport of purebred dogs as an exhibitor and breeder. Her initial breed was Pomeranians. As a profes- sion handler, her accomplishments were affirmed by her peers when voted the top female professional handler in the USA in 1987. She is credited with the management of the successful breed- ing programs of several of her clients including the Skye Terriers and Mal- tese of Carol Frances Andersen’s, Sand Island Kennels. She purchased Ch. Keoli’s Small Kraft Warning from Jeff Sunde in Washington as Sand Island’s first Special. “Rickie” is well known as the winner of the Toy Group at the AKC Centennial in 1984 over 1000 dogs under the esteemed Melbourne Downey, Jr. She later purchased Ch. Melodylane Lite n’ Lively Luv from Mary and Freeman Purvis from Iowa who became a multiple BIS winner. Just prior to her retirement as a han- dler, they produced, Ch. Sand Island Small Kraft Lite who was piloted to Top Toy Dog in 1991 and Westminster Toy Group in 1992 by Vicki Abbott. Mrs. Stacy began her judging career in 1995. She has judged many National Special- ties, including the AMA and most of the Premier shows in the USA in addition to others in Canada, Europe, Asia, South America, Mexico, Australia, New Zea- land and most recently in Russia. She is approved to judge BIS, all Toy, Non- Sporting, Herding, Hound, Terrier and the key Sporting Dogs. She judged the Non-Sporting Group at Westminster in 2014. Along with her husband, Terry, she maintains a small but highly re- spected breeding program of Affenpin- schers under the Tamarin Prefix.

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Tweet BREEDER OWNER HANDLER DARYL MARTIN

THANK YOU JUDGES LIZ MUTHARD BETH SWEIGART PETER GREEN ROBERT HUTTON JUNE PENTA

CH MARTIN’S TRICK OR TWEET PUFF (CH MARTIN’S HUGGY’S ROCKER BEAR PUFF X CH MARTIN’S TRICK OR TREAT PUFF)

Generation after generation linebred Maltese to the standard for over 60 years.

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MALTESE THE CONSUMMATE CANINE COMPANION

By Larry Stanberry

W hile its exact origin may be widely debated, strong evi- dence indicates an established presence of this tiny canine aristocrat throughout the Mediterra- nean Sea area well over 2,000 years ago. Charles Darwin, the “father of evolution theory”, even suggested that the Maltese may date back as far as 6,000 years! Ancient Greek philosophers Aristotle (~370 BC) and Pliny the Elder (~50 AD) both made references to a small breed of dog that accurately reflect the physical characteristics of our present-day Maltese. And the Roman poet Martial (~70 AD) even published verses extolling the beauty and charm of Issa, the companion pet of his friend, Publius (the Roman Governor of Malta at the time), saying: Issa ismore frolicsome than Catulia’s canary. Issa ismorepure thanawhite dove’skiss. Issa ismoregentle thana virginmaiden. Issa ismoreprecious than jewels for India. Lest thedays that she see light should snatchher fromhimforever, Publiushashadherpicturepainted. This short verse captures the very essence of the Maltese—frolicsome, pure, gentle, and precious—a set of individual characteristics that meld collectively into a most amazing and captivating spirit. Throughout time the Maltese has been labeled with a variety of names. The most relevant and compelling of them is “the Comforter”. At many points in its history the Maltese, due to its tender and nurturing demeanor,

has been attributed with medici- nal qualities—delivering relief and solace through its interaction with people suffering from both physical ailment and emotional distress. But I don’t have to look far back into his- tory. Whenever I experience “a par- ticularly bad day at the office”, upon returning home I sweep the most immediately accessible Maltese up into my arms—either an adult or a pup. Each manipulates one’s psyche in a different fashion, but they both do it equally well. I then settle into a reclining position on the sofa (a most familiar pose, just askmywife) and let the magic begin. With an adult Maltese there is a gen- erally well-established routine. First, we enter into the Greeting phase— that’s where the Maltese boisterously pounces onto my chest and gives me that “I am so glad to see you!” look; immediately followed by the “Where have you been all day?” stare. After a series of requisite “welcome home licks” we transition into the second phase of treatment—diagnosis. My pet cuddles down onto my lap and be- gins to gauge my condition. The most amazing aspect of this phase is how quickly and accurately the Maltese can make this assessment and settle into the most appropriate behavior dependent on my mood. Finally, we transition into the treatment phase. Sensing that I am tired or ailing, my pet remains quite still and simply blesses me with a most adoring gaze, as if to say “I know you are feeling re- ally lousy but I am here for you and you will be better soon”. And, invari- ably, I lose myself in those big, black, round, sensitive eyes and let Maltese

magic erase the worry and woe. Not unlike their human counterparts, you get a most dramatically different course of treatment from a Maltese puppy given a similar situation. The pup simply launches itself into your personal space with wild abandon— licking, rolling, rubbing, and batter- ing your face and hands with its tiny front feet and wickedly wagging tail. While a puppy’s treatment method may be much less sophisticated than that of the adult Maltese, the results are equally predictable. The secret to Maltese puppy magic is in some kind of “spirit transference” or “puppy pos- session”—where the energy, passion, determination, and capricious play- fulness exhibited by the pup simply take up residence in your mind, push- ing all the ill humor away. Aside from its therapeutic value, another characteristic that makes the Maltese a true companion ani- mal is what I affectionately call “You will NEVER be alone again”. This is most particularly true in a single-human household. A Maltese bonds itself very strongly to its hu- man and thrives on a strong emo- tional connection as well as a close physical connection. If you sit on the sofa the Maltese expects to sit on the sofa, too (probably in your lap). If you troupe off to bed, don’t be sur- prised to find your pet beat you to your bedroom. The laundry process, dishwashing, and cooking a meal are all activities that absolutely require close canine supervision. And, un- less you close the door, a trip to the bathroom will never be a private one ever again. Additionally, the slight- est jingle of car keys in your hand will

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summon your pet immediately into prime position under your feet as you try to sneak outside to the car. Finally, a Maltese absolutely loves to go with you for a walk—but don’t be surprised if their perception of a walk is you doing the walking as they are gently cradled in your arms, watching the landscape pass. In amulti-human household, Maltese will establish a pack-order among the human family members that it al- lows to share its domicile. If the Al- pha human is available, then refer to the previous paragraph regarding a single-human household. If the Alpha human is away from home, then the Maltese expeditiously “promotes” the Beta human into the place of the Alpha human with similar results. I call this the “love the one you’re with” phenomena. The Maltese craves companionship so strongly that it will lavish attention and devotion equally as well onto the Beta human as it rou- tinely does to the Alpha human—that is, until the Alpha human re-enters the domain. There exists one knock on the Mal- tese with regard to it being a great companion animal. It appears that animal behaviorists offer the obser- vation that this breed’s intelligence and ease of training are quite low on the overall scale relative to other breeds. I think that if you pose this comment as a question to any Mal- tese directly, they would offer that in being perfect in everyway, why should they ever consider tolerating any sort of behavior modification. Besides, they reason, it is rather simple and much more proper to just train the human, instead. Case-in-point, several years ago I was grooming “Bunny”, a petite female that we were actively showing at the time. I had set up a small grooming table next to the sofa in the den and was busy brushing out her long beau- tiful coat. As she had been outside playing, her hair had a few tangles and every time I discovered one with the brush she would conveniently repo- sition her body making it practically impossible for me to access that area of her coat. At a singlemoment in time

I had a firmgrip on her side coat as she was pulling against me. In a dreadful instant she pulled herself free and fell from the grooming table onto a hard ceramic tile floor—landing on her left shoulder. Before I could even move she was already wailing. Of course I immediately got down on my knees next to her on the floor and she came willingly up into my arms. A quick trip to the vet revealed no bro- ken bones—but she did have a serious amount of bruising on her shoulder. Bunny absolutely refused to put any weight on her front left leg that eve- ning and there was no improvement the next morning. In fact, several days passed and I would return from work each evening guilt-ridden, only to have my pain reinforced watch- ing Bunny hobble on three legs to the front door to meet me—her left front leg suspended “uselessly” off the floor. After a full week had passed with no appreciable improvement in Bunny, my anxiety level was off the chart. Be- cause she was rehabilitating, we had stopped allowing Bunny to run on the back porch with our other Maltese. Finally, simply because she felt that Bunny needed fresh air, my wife (An- gie) allowed Bunny to join her canine companions out on the back porch— closely monitoring the situation from inside the house. When I came home fromwork that day, a “hobbled” Bunny was replaced by my wife meeting me at the front door. With a smile on her face and a twinkle in her eye, Angie asked me to follow her to the back of the house where I spied Bunny…and her “useless” guilt-wrenching front leg…leaping and running and chasing the other dogs with absolutely no ap- parent discomfort. It was a miracle! I was so relieved and so happy I was frozen in place—whispering thanks for answered prayers. Casually, Angie opened the back patio door and all the dogs came storming into the house. Of course I was intent on greeting one of them in particu- lar—Bunny. As she came through the back door—running and jumping— she looked up, spied me standing just a few feet away, stopped dead still in

her tracks, raised her “injured” left paw up off the floor, and hobbled piti- fully over to me so that I could care- fully lift her up off of the ground into my arms—which I did. There is no way of knowing exactly how long that little bi*ch had been “playing me”. But any time I see a reference by an animal be- haviorist as to the limited intelligence level of this breed I simply smile, recall the lasting image of Bunny with her “injured leg” raised into the air, and realize that I know a secret about the Maltese that the experts may never figure out. That is, until and unless, they adopt the consummate canine companion, aMaltese.

BIO Larry and Angela Stanberry have been breeding and exhibiting Maltese un- der the Divine kennel name for nine- teen years. During that span they have produced over a hundred home-bred champions including Multi-BIS, Na- tional and Regional Specialty BOB’s, National SpecialtyGrand Sweepstakes winners, and garnered #1 All Systems finishes with several of their Maltese through the years. Also they are active in the American Maltese Association (AMA) having served as Chairman for the 1999 National Specialty in New Orleans and garnered AMA Top Sire, TopDam, TopMaltese—all onmultiple occasions—as well as having earned Platinum Breeder status for their sus- tained success in the breed over the years. They live in Ponchatoula, LA and now share their devotion for Mal- tese with their grandchildren (ages 7, 6, 5 and 8 months). T op N otch T oys , M ay 2019 • 51

THE HISTORY OF THE MALTESE By Denise Hunter & Tammy Simon

T he Maltese dog, once called “The Jewels of Women”, is an ancient breed thought to be over 2000 years old. The breed is gener- ally believed to be from the island of Malta in the Mediterranean Sea, but the exact origin is uncertain. Called “Ye Ancient Dogge of Malta” Mal- tese have adorned the laps of royalty throughout the ages. Images depict- ing the dog have been found on an- cient Greek and Roman pottery and mentioned in the writings of philoso- phers of the time. During the time of the Apostle Paul, the Roman gover- nor Publius owned a Maltese named Issa, and the poet, Martial, wrote this epigram of the dog. Issa is naughtier than Catullus’ sparrow Issa is purer than a Dove’s kiss Issa is more coaxing than any maid Issa is more precious than Indian pearls, The Maltese came to America, pri- marily from Europe, during the latter part of the 1800s with the first entry of a Maltese at Westminster in 1877. And in 1894, according to the West- minster website, Famous American journalist Nellie Bly enters her Mal- tese at Westminster, some four years after she made a record-breaking trip around the world in 72 days, 6 hours and 11 minutes, racing the record of Phineas Fogg in Jules Verne’s Around the World in Eighty Days. The AKC Stud Books show the first Maltese entry in 1888, were two bitches; Topsy—an import, and Snips—origin unknown. While owners of Maltese exhibited during the latter part of that century are known, the breeders and Issa is Publius’ darling lap dog If she whines, you’ll think she is speaking, she feels sadness and joy.

pedigrees are unfortunately lost. Fast forward to the 1930s, a dis- temper outbreak all but eradicated the breed from the U.S. A few very dedicated Maltese breeders worked to bring the breed back from near extinction here in America. One of these breeders, Dr. Vincenzo Calvaresi of Villa Malta Kennels, im- ported dogs from Ireland and Italy. The Italian dogs; Int. Am. CH. Electa Brio, Italian CH. Electa Laila and ItalianCH. ElectaPampi, are inmany of the American Maltese pedigrees today. Up until the time Dr. Calvaresi began to exhibit, Maltese were shown in an unkempt manner as many of the photographs of the time show. He started grooming the coats and tying the hair into rudimentary topknots. Dr. Calvaresi was famous for showing four-dog braces and at the 1952West- minster show, Villa Malta won their 18th Best Brace in Show. TheMaltese of this era and for several decades to come, looked more coarse and less re- fined than the Maltese of today. In the early 1960s, there were two National Maltese clubs; The Maltese Dog Club of America and the Maltese Dog Fanciers of America. These two clubs merged in 1962 and formed the AKC-recognized parent club, The American Maltese Association. The ‘60s also ushered in the decade of the Maltese at Westminster; with a Maltese winning for the first time in the club’s history in 1964, and again in 1966. A force to be reckoned with during the 1960s was CH. Aennchen’s Poona Dancer, bred by Aennchen and Tony Antonelli and owned by Larry Ward and Frank Oberstar. Poona broke all previous Maltese records and amassed 38 BIS, two American Maltese Association National Spe- cialty BISS and she won the group at Westminster in 1966. In addition to

being a Top 10 Toy in 1966 and 1967, and a Top 10 All Breed in 1967 and 1968, she was named the official mas- cot of the Navy’s U.S.S. Lenawee. The 1970s was also a good decade for Maltese as well. CH Joanne-Chen’s Maya Dancer won the Toy Group at Westminster in 1972 and ‘73 and was the National Specialty winner in 1972.Mayawas bred by JoanneHesse, owned by Mamie Gregory and shown by the late and much beloved, Peggy Hogg. Maya went on to beat Poona’s record and won an impressive 43 BIS and 134 Group Firsts. He was the top winning Toy Group winner for 1972 and ‘73. In the late ‘70s, a Maya grandson hit the scene and broke the Group winning record of Poona and Maya. CH. Joanne-Chen’s Mino Maya Dancer went on to break Group win- ning records for Maltese with 150 Group Firsts and 34 BIS. Mino was owned by Blanche Tenerowicz and handled by Daryl Martin. He won the National Specialty in 1980 and 1981 and was the top Toy in 1980. Mino can be found in many Maltese pedigrees today. Other Maltese of that decade that left their imprint were CH. Pendleton’s Jewel who won the National Special- ty three years in a row. CH. Malone’s Snowy Roxann who won 51 BIS and 52 Group Firsts in her short career. And CH Oakridge Country Charm- er, who ended the decade with two National Specialty wins and 23 BIS. Charmer proved to be prepotent and produced numerous champion get and a multi-BIS daughter. During the 1980s, the look became more polished and elegant as the grooming style changed. Many of the top Maltese in the past had “the look” of a bouffant hairdo, with the hair standing out like an “A-Frame.”

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This was due, in large part, to the fact that there wasn’t the vast array of grooming supplies available then that is obtainable now. Their topknots were placed further apart, almost on the top of their ears and many of the heads were more coarse looking. There still were, however, beauti- ful specimens of the breed to behold. During the 1980s, photographs show how the grooming started to change. The topknots were closer together and the coat care allowed for it to grow out long and flowing. Some of the Maltese that stood out during this time was CH. Non-Vels Weejun, who also won the National Specialty and 11 BIS. And the beautiful CH. C and M’s Tootsey’s Lolly Pop, bred by Mary Day and Carole Thomas and owned by the breeders and Sherry Le- mond Ray. In limited showing, Lolly won six BIS, BOB at Westminster twice and won the National Specialty twice, first in 1988 and then from the Veteran’s class in 1992. The decade of the 90s ushered in manyMaltese that made an impact on our breed. It started off with the 25th Anniversary of the American Mal- tese Association. That year CH. Sand Island Small Kraft Lite “Henry”, bred and owned by Carol Frances Ander- son and shown by Vicki Abbott, won the specialty. Henry won the National again the following year and in his short career he obtained an impressive 82BISand237GroupFirsts.Hewas the #1 Toy and#7All Breed in 1990 and#1 Toy and #5 All Breed in 1991. In 1992, Henrybecame the4th, and last,Maltese towin theToyGroupat theGarden. In 1995 a relatively unknown breed- er attended the National Specialty and won WB, BOW, BBEX and Best In Sweeps with her beautiful bitch, CH. Ta-Jon’s Tickle Me Silly. This spectacular little bitch burst onto the Maltese show scene and broke all previous records set for the breed. Silly was shown by her breeder/ owner, Tammy Simon, who had only been in the sport for a mere 6 years when she won several BIS with Silly. In 1996 the duo was observed during a show by Sam andMarion Lawrence. They decided to back Silly’s show

career because they saw something very special in this littleMaltese. The Lawrence’s, to their credit, backed numerous dogs to BIS wins, but four of their dogs were campaigned to over 100 BIS each. In the two and a half years that Silly was campaigned, she achieved a record 262 Group Firsts, 103 BIS and 2 National Specialty wins. She came back four years af- ter being retired and won a 3rd Na- tional Specialty as a veteran. She was the #1 Toy and #7 All Breed in 1997 and the #1 Toy and #4 All Breed in 1998. Silly is the top winning Maltese in AKC history and her record will more than likely stand for many years to come. Other notable Maltese of this de- cade include CH. Marcris Risqué Business, bred and owned by Joyce Watkins. Risqué was a prepotent little male who sired a record 107 Champion get and as a Top Stud he refined the heads of many of our Mal- tese today. Another Maltese is CH. Shanlyn’s Rais’n A Raucaus. Bred by Lynda Podgurski and owned by Jo- seph Joly III, David and SharonNew- comb and Vicki Abbott, “Scrapper” won the 1994 Nationals and was a Multi-BIS winner. This past decade has produced many, many beautiful Maltese. too many to name them all. But some stand- outs include; CH. Divine’s Indecent Desperado, “Bandit”, bred by Angie and Larry Stanberry and owned by Barbara Davis, who was a Multi-BIS/ BISS winner and was #1 Maltese in 2002. CH. Marcris Thrill Of Victory bred by Joyce Watkins and owned by Tonia Holibaugh and Barbara Davis. “Thriller” won 15 BIS and won the National Specialty in 2004. He was the top Maltese in 2003 and 2004 and has produced 47 Champions. An- other isCH. Bhe-Jei’sPinballWizard, bred by Bobbie Linden and owned by Tara Martin Rowell. “Tommy” ob- tained his first BIS at 9 months of age. He went on to win numerous BIS and won theNational in2006. Tommy has produced three National Specialty winners; CH. Ta-Jon’s Whose Your Sugar Daddy, CH. Ta-Jon’s Pawsi- tively Silly and CH. Scylla’s Small

Kraft Re-Lit; two of which are also BIS winners. CH Ta-Jon’s Pawsitive- ly Silly, a “Silly” grandson, won the National in 2008 and has produced to date both a Multi-BIS son and daugh- ter. The daughter, GCH Ta-Jon’s Just Bee-ing Silly “Justine”, won the Na- tional in 2011, and the son CH. Pawsi- tively Pawparazzi, “Snapshot” is also a Multi-BIS winner. In 2007, Richelieu’s Sugar Smacks was the first dog in the history of the AMA to win from BOB from the classes. And to finish out the de- cade, GCH. Rhapsody’s Regarding Henry. “Henry” won the 2010 Na- tional Specialty and is a Multi-BIS/ BISS dog. He was the #1 Maltese and #15 All-Breed in 2010 and #1 Maltese and #11 All-Breed in 2011. Henry was bred by Tonia Holibaugh and is now residing in Australia. Henry is now owned by William Warke and Craig Emerson and is an Australian Champion and has won BIS there. Maltese are not just to adorn your lap or compete in the conformation ring. They are a very versatile breed and the fancy is seeing more and more Maltese compete in Obedience, Rally and Agility. Watching a small white dog with hair flowing as he nails his jump, will take one’s breath away. Re- cently one standout Maltese, OTCH Mister Rugby Sevens UDX OM1 RN, became the first OTCH Maltese in the history of the breed. Rugby is the number one Toy Dog and High Scor- ing Maltese at AKC’s 2012 National Obedience Invitational where he placed 29th out of 146 entries. Mal- tese are also excellent therapy dogs. Known for centuries as the “Comfort- er Dog”, they take their jobs seriously and do themwell.Even considering its glamorous appeal, it has been twenty years since a Maltese has won the group atWestminster. It has only won the group five times (twice with the same dog) since records started being kept in 1924. The Maltese is one of the most difficult breeds to condition, groom and show, but there is noth- ing more breathtaking than to see a beautiful white cloud, gliding around the ring. T op N otch T oys , M ay 2019 • 53

BREED STANDARD A TIMELESS PICTURE IN WORDS

By Pat Bullard

I t’s time to enter the showring but the judge is standing at the table intent- ly reading the Maltese breed stan- dard. Tome, that’s as impressive as a Maltese breeder who keeps the breed standard with them all the time and breeds to it faithfully. It is not a recipe where substitutions can be added and get the same result. We’re not trying to create a new Maltese dog. We are trying to preserve an ancient breed that has been around for over 2,500 years. We expect show judges to know our breed standard and follow it to the letter and we, as breeders, should ex- pect the same from ourselves. I take lots of trips down Memory Lane watching vintage videos and searching through old magazines. Sometimes I find myself so lost in what was I can almost touch the Mal- tese from generations ago. I admire how closely the Maltese decades ago fit the breed standard so much more closely and many of them could win today. The classic moderate head, the balance and soundness of struc- ture and movement would all be as beautiful to see in the ring today as it was in the old days. Even coat texture and color were more honest before we started bleaching and flat ironing for showing. I miss the Maltese I knew and ad- mired from the those days. You may think I’m speaking of the biggest winners and I do remember many of those fondly but it is the general

“THE CLASSIC MODERATE HEAD, THE BALANCE AND SOUNDNESS OF STRUCTURE AND MOVEMENT WOULD ALL BE AS BEAUTIFUL TO SEE IN THE RING TODAY AS IT WAS IN THE OLD DAYS. Even coat texture and color were more honest before we started bleaching and flat ironing for showing.”

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“Breed to the standard. Don’t try to improve it. Respect it.”

population that has changed so much in the last few decades. Have we, as breeders, takenlicensetodeviatefrom the standard to the point of ill health for our breed? Have we, as breeders, caved in to the pet market and ignored the standard? Or have we decided the standard leaves enough room for interpretation that we can take liber- ties? The answer I give is the best ad- vice I’ve been given from a breeding mentor. “Breed to the standard. Don’t try to improve it. Respect it.” Like some other breeds, it is the head of the Maltese that has been most affected by fad, fashion, pet owner preferences, and deviation from the breed standard. The consequences of changing skull shape are complicated and can be devastating. The toy breeds were built using forms of dwarfism. Ateliotic pituitary dwarfism is a deficiency in somatro- pin which results in stunted growth of all somatic cells in the body. This is the form of dwarfism that minia- turizes all part. The two other types

youwill recognize are achondroplasia which shortens the legs, lengthens body and gives a larger head and brachycephalic achondroplasia which shortens the head by shortening the mid face and upper jaw. If either of the last two types of dwarfismare present in the Maltese we have some major problems. All forms have side effects and they are all serious ones. The an- swers for our biggest healthproblem, a neurological disease called MUE (by necropsy can be diagnosed as GME), have yet to be discovered and there is a research project being conducted by Dr. Renee Barber at the University of Georgia (contact: rbarber@uga.edu ). It is impossible to contemplate neuro- logical disorders without considering the effects of skull shape. We’re all aware of the neurological disorders Maltese face today. Head shape has an enormous effect on neurological disorders. The breed standard specifically describes the skull as slightly rounded on top, the stop moderate, the eyes set not too

far apart, the muzzle is of medium length, fine tapered but not snipey. We cannot have healthyMaltese dogs without a healthy skull shape. As im- portant as structure, the head is the neurological control center of healthy life. It is in our breed’s best interest for us all to understand the head de- scribed in the breed standard is not to be reinvented or changed in any way. We can play around with our inter- pretations of silky pure white hair or how high the arch of the tail with its tip lying to the side over the quarter. We can breed for ultra pigment with eye halos as our preference. We can prefer the smaller side of the standard or the larger end. None of these areas of interpretation affect the health of our breed. There is so much to consider when we take on the responsibility of being breeders but our first responsibility is to our breed standard. Always let the breed standard lead you forward. That is where we will find health and type.

“It is in our breed’s best interest for us all to understand the head described IN THE BREED STANDARD IS NOT TO BE REINVENTED OR CHANGED IN ANY WAY.”

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