Top Notch Toys October 2019

Jaxon # 1 Silky * GCH KARISMA THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN

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*TNT all breed stats as of 8/31/19

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 g r a n d c h a m p i o n

Evaristo D I R R A U S

Pa c i f i c R i m M a l t e s e S p e c i a l t y O u r s i n c e r e t h a n k s t o M r . L e w i s B l a i n e and M r s . C l a i r e K i t t y S e i d e l F o r t h i s m e m o r a b l e d a y !

Handled by P a t K e e n F e r n a n d e s

Ownner R e g i s P r a d o & F r a n k C l a p s a d d l e Reg i s Pr adoMa lt e se .com

DESIGN BY Katie Gochev GRAPHICS

*TNT Breed and Group September 2019 stats

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Five Among the Top Ma lt e se in Ameri c a *

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*TNT BREED STATS AS OF 8/31/19

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*TNT all breed stats as of 8/31/19

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Bronze Grand Champion ALFA LAVAL AYRON DOG

Owned by roy & joann Kusumoto BRED BY TANYA ZHUKOVSKAYA

Presented and spoiled by daryl martin

Tony sweeps another weekend

Thank you judges Delores Burkholder and Richard Miller

*tnt breed stats as of 8/31/19

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#5 chinese crested * with limited showing

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t i me b omb c o n s i s t e n t ly e x p l o d e s i n t h e g r o u p t h a n k y o u j u d g e s T e r r y S t a c y , D r . J o h n r e e v e - n e w s o n , m a r y e l l e n m e y e r s a n d j o h n n y s h o e m a k e r

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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 & C O - O W N E D b y DARYL MARTIN

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# 1 # 1 5 BREED ** 2018 & 2019 ** TOP *TNT all breed stats as of 7/31/19 **TNT breed stats as of 7/31/19

ALL BREED *

BISS & Multiple Toy Group Winner GCHGWynDancer Silver Lining

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THANK YOU JUDGES

Award of Merit • Judge Mr. Jason Hoke

Group 4 • Judge Col. Joe Purkhiser

Toy Group 3 • Judge Mr. Luc Boileau

Best of Opposite • Judge Jacqueline M. Rayner

BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED BY ERIN PIERCY AND TIFFANY AYALA

BRED BY DR. SUSAN BARRETT, DVM www.wyndancercavaliers.com • wyndancercavaliers@yahoo.com OWNED BY SUSAN BARRETT, DVM WynDancer Cavalier King Charles Spaniels • wyndancercavaliers.com

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MOHBIS, MOHRBIS, MULTIPLE BEST OF BREED & GROUP WINS.

gold grand champion CH ANGELHEART N ADORABULL’S MOOSE ON THE LOOSE

#1 #4 #8 #13 OWNER HANDLED * HAVANESE BREED ** HAVANESE ALL BREED *** OWNER HANDLED ALL BREED *

THE LITTLE HAVANESE THAT COULD....

August 2019 Pioneer Valley Kennel Club: Sa, BOB, Grp 2, Sun, BOB Grp Greenfield, MA Saratoga NY Kennel Club: Wed, BOB, Grp 3, OHGrp 1, OHBIS Ballston Spa, NY

Apalachin NY: 4 BOB, 2-OHGrp 1, 2-OHRBIS West Springfield, MA: 3-BOB , 3 -OH Grp 1, OHRBIS, OHBIS September 2019 Falmouth, MA: 3-BOB, 2-Grp 4, OH Grp 1

Bred By: Bill & Paula Frazier

Co Owned By: Bill & Paula Frazier & Jane Chavez

Co Owned & Exclusively Presented By: Karen Marie Duprat

Assisted By: Brielle Marie Duprat

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MOOSE WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE HIS NEXT GENERATION ALL HIS PUPPIES ARE TAKING THE RING IN STYLE

HAYDEN MeadowView Fire Fly’s In

HARPER MeadowView’s Little Snow Gyspy Owned & Bred By: Karen Marie Duprat & Brielle Marie Duprat

The Garden @ Greenmeadow Thank you Judge Bonnie Linnell Clark Bred & Co Owned By: Karen Marie Duprat & Brielle Marie Duprat Owned By: Pamela Bartlett

ALL PUPPIES HAVE MAJORS TOWARDS THEIR CHAMPIONSHIPS

FENWAY MeadowView N Angelheart’s Adorabull Field Of Dreams Owned & Bred By: Karen Marie Duprat & Brielle Marie Duprat Co Owned: Bill & Paula Frazier and Jane Chavez Owner Handled By: Brielle Marie Duprat Fenway, completed his Championship from the Bred By Exhibitor class in only 8 shows. He started his Special career 2/2019 in NYC at the Greater New York Havanese Speciality, with a Best In Sweepstakes Judge Peter Kingon, Award Of Merit & Best Owner Handled Judge Adam King

CHICO RE MeadowView’s New Kid In Town @ Bramble Thank you Judge Lydia Hutchinson Bred & Co Owned By: Karen Marie Duprat & Brielle Marie Duprat Owned By: Kathy Findura

Newest Moose Babies

ROCKET Angelheart’s Bright Star Of Cara Dulce Bred & Co Owned By: Bill & Paula Frazier

TUX Angelheart’s Let The Audience In Bred & Co Owned By: Bill & Paula Frazier

A FAMILY AFFAIR IN CAPE COD HARPER - WINNERS BITCH, MOOSE - BEST OF BREED, CHICO RE - WINNERS DOG, BEST OF WINNERS. Thank you to Judge Shalisa Neely for finding our family in the Breed Ring and also for Moose’s Group 4, in a very competitive Toy Group.

Watch for these Lovely Boys who will make their ring appearances in 2020.

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OWNER HANDLED BY KENNON HUDSON CO-OWNED & BRED BY CAROLE THOMAS & MARY DAY

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Fabio

GCHS C & M’S FABIO MU L T I P L E B E S T I N S P E C I A L T Y S HOW & G R O U P W I N N E R T op N otch T oys , O ctober 2019 • 17

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO AKC!

O n September 17, 1884, a group of 12 dedicated sports- men from local dog clubs convened to form the Ameri- canKennel Club® (AKC®). 135 years later, the AKChas grown into the world’s largest not-for-profit dog regis- try and is the second oldest amateur sport-governing body in the country. The AKC is the premier destination for all things dog and continues to promote canine health and well-being and responsible dog ownership, throughout the years. Through public education programs, legislative and advocacy efforts, advancing canine health and working to protect the rights of all dog owners, the AKC provides the highest level of guidance to over 5,000 clubs and affiliated organizations nationally. “The AKC has evolved tremendously throughout the course of its 135-year history,” said AKC President and CEO Dennis Sprung. “As a club of clubs, with Board lead- ership, breeders, exhibitors, delegates and judges, we are as focused as ever on our mission and continue to respect our traditions while looking for more ways to promote respon- sible dog ownership, bring new people to our sports, and protect the welfare of every dog and their owners.” The 135th year brought many exciting things. In addition to the success of our conformation, companion and perfor- mance events, the AKC recognized its 193rd breed, the Az- awakh, in January. Litter and individual registrations con- tinue to increase. The AKCMuseumof theDog returned to New York City in February to rave reviews and thousands of visitors in its opening months. February also marked the 10th annual AKC Meet the Breeds®, the wildly popular educational initiative that gives attendees the unique opportunity to meet and play with hundreds of dog and cat breeds while learning about responsible ownership from Parent Club experts.

A brand-new competition, the AKC Agility Premier Cup presented by EEM, debuted on April 25th and was held in conjunction with the Longines Masters of New York. The event marked the first time that AKC Agility was held at an Equestrian event. In August, AKC celebrated the mile- stone of one million dogs having passed the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test. The CGC program continues to thrive and is in its 30th year. Additionally, the Public Education department rolled out two new programs this year which further promote the importance of the human-canine bond. The AKC B.A.R.K (Be A Reading Kid) Program is a program designed to get children excited about reading, where they will read to a dog of their choosing and a parent or guardian will assist them in logging their hours on the AKC website. After reaching certain milestones, children will receive incen- tives for the hours they have read. Dogs participating in the program will be acknowledged with a certificate for their volunteerism. Most recently, the AKC PupPals Program was launched and provides dog owners a unique opportunity to uplift a child who is seeking the comfort only a dog can provide. Dog owners who sign up for this program submit a photo of their dog and information about it. The AKCPublic Educa- tion Department will use this to create a card and person- alized letter for the child in need, enhancing the human-ca- nine bond. (For more information on the American Kennel Club and all its programs and work, visit www.akc.org .) We here at ShowSight send congratulations to everyone at AKC, and every one of us who benefits from its programs and presence. –Courtesy Samantha Seymour, AKC

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on the cover Jaxon

OWNED BY SANDRA HSIEH, KATHLEEN GILBERT & PAM LAPERRUQUE BRED BY KATHLEEN GILBERT, PAM LAPERRUQUE & M. GAGLIARDI

CONDITIONED & SHOWN BY PAM LAPERRUQUE, CENTARRA@GMAIL.COM

GCH KARISMA THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN

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#1 SILKY * #8 TOY * #56 ALL BREED **

THANK YOU JUDGES Mr. Rodney R. Merry, Mrs. Gloria Geringer, Mr. John P. Wade, Ms Betsy Dale, Mr. William Sahloff, Mr. Robert E Hutton, Mr. Charles E. Trotter, Mr James G. Reynolds and all of the many judges who have recognized Jaxon's quality and breed type

*TNT all breed stats as of 8/31/19

**DN stats as of 8/31/19

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CONTENTS TABLE OF

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Havanese History Natalie Armitage

TNT Top Twenty Toys

Editor-in-Chief Joe McGinnis

BONNIE GUGGENHEIM Editor/Advertising Director 512-971-3280 bonnie@aramediagroup.com DANIEL CARTIER Director, Social Media & Web Site daniel@aramediagroup.com JOSEPH NEIL McGINNIS III Executive Editor Emeritus Chief Media Consultant editor@aramediagroup.com

Living With Havanese Joan J. Ambrose

TNT All-Breed System

Bonnie Guggenheim

44 Sailing with Havanese in the Caribbean Joan Conover 52 Whose Fault Is It: The Blame Game Terence Farley

Havanese Club of America Regional Specialty Kathy Ambler

TNT Breed System

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Tracking the Health of Havanese 20 Years Later Dr. Rafe H. Schindler and Sara Dellorto

National Owner Handled System Top Toys

54 Toy Box 56 The Picture

The Havanese at the AKC Museum of the Dog Donna Rotoloni

Coming Attractions

Perfect Havanese Courtesy of the Havanese Club of America

Advertising and Subscription Rates

Index to Advertisers

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Exquisitely presented by Tonia Holibaugh. Trained and cared for by Edgar Cruz Guevara.

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The #4 Yorkie and The #1 Female Yorkie in breed rankings BISS, Group Placing, Bronze Grand Champion GCHB CH Rosemark's Wicked

GCHG CH, Can CH Rigair Unique Leo ROM x CH Rosemark's Virtue ROM

Breeder/Owner Rosanne Fett www.rosemarkkennel.com

*TNT breed stats as of 8/31/19

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BREEDER & OWNERS CRYSTAL & TIMOTHY MESSERSMITH

CH PARADISE IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE Flash attained his AKC CH in a very short amount of time by finishing with 4 majors. He will be out in the ring through 2020. Flash

Baron

CH PARADISE ROYAL HEIR

Baron has also attained his AKC CH in record time, even going RWD at the Oklahoma Yorkshire Terrier Club the same day as Gracie! He is working toward his Grand Champi- onship and will be out in the ring through 2020.

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CH PARADISE ELEGANCE TO REMEMBER Gracie Gracie attained her CH with all majors. The last going WB with over 45 girls in the classes at the Oklahoma Yorkshire Terrier Club regional specialty being held with our national club, The Yorkshire Terrier Club Of America. Gracie followed in her mother’s footsteps who also won WB at the Oklahoma York- shire Terrier Club that hosted the National Specialty in 2012.

Luna

CH PARADISE A BAD MOON A-RISING

Luna won her AKC CH with all majors after only one month exhibiting. The last was going WB, BOW, BBBE at the AKC National in Orlando, FL 2018. She was the Yorkshire Terrier Club of America Grand Sweepstakes puppy in 2016.

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HAVING THE LAST LAUGH IS THE ETERNAL GIFT

Joseph Neil McGinnis III EXECUTIVE EDITOR EMERITUS

Not a day goes by that I don’t think of my late, missed, and much-loved friend. Not a show goes by that I don’t hear echoes of her advice, her opinions (she had many and wasn’t exactly reticent about sharing) and her in- fectious chuckle. And not a Maltese goes by that I don’t think of our many discussions of that breed, and, truth to tell, the people in it. Everything she did, she did with a sense of humor; therefore we were a match from mo- ment one. So it is high time that I tip my hat to the amazing Ingela Gram, my good buddy for too many years to count. The fact that I never officially said Good- bye to her in print stuns me to this day. I’d been dreading the day she’d leave us ever since we’d learned she might. But through a long period of ups and downs, healthwise, I never sensed anything but optimism in her voice or saw it on her face. She was an inspiration to all fighting similar demons. She was also an inspiration to all who love dogs. So the prospect of facing days without her in them hit me so hard that I wasn’t up to the task. Unable to yet face it, I put it off. I apologize to her. I feel terrible remorse. She would’ve said I was being silly (and probably would’ve also said

“Oh, nobody reads those damn things anyways.”). Ingela Maria (Hoegberg) Gram, a resident of Mystic, Connecticut and Jupiter, Florida, beloved wife of the late Deacon Hans Jakob Gram, died March 21, 2018, at the Jupiter Medical Center in Jupiter, surrounded by her children. Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Ingela was daughter to the late Ake and Karin (Lilljequist) Hoegberg. Her eventual move to the States is looked upon by friends as one of the greatest inter-national gifts we ever received. Ingela was an avid yachtsman in addition to other hobbies and interests, but her dogs always occupied the top berth. She certainly made waves as a breeder/exhibitor, and dogs under her Foursome banner made memorable wins. Ingela was involved in Bernese Mountain Dogs, Maltese, Poodles, and Pekes and did admirable work for all. One of her favorite memories was her first Pekingese Club of America national. She won Specialty Best in Show. But she gave back as much as she ever got. Ingela did a huge amount of club work and was a popular mentor to many lucky fanciers. And I stress “lucky” because that’s what we were, to have a learning experience under someone with incredible knowledge and such a fabulous attitude. One of my favorite Ingela stories happened long before I knew her. Ingela was flying back to Sweden with a recent purchase, the first Maltese she ever owned. As she approached customs, she reviewed her paperwork and realized she had the forms for one of her Pekingese instead of those for her latest charge. Regardless, she was cleared through to her destination without a hitch. In telling me the tale, she said “I guess he didn’t know the difference between a Maltese and a Peke.” I guess he didn’t have a mentor near as good as Ingela. In fact, few of us ever do. Love you forever, lady. Thinking about you today made me cry. But it also very much made me laugh.

Photo taken at Progressive Dog Club, New York, February 2016, courtesy ShowSight Magazine.

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#1 Silky *

Windy Presented by Barbara Beissel AKC Handler Owned by Jiri Halonen Janet Aslett Barbara Beissel Mark Benson

Breeders Benson - Beissel - Dillman

*TNT breed stats as of 8/31/19

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#1 Silky *

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

SO YOU WANT TO USE A PROFESSIONAL HANDLER

F irst Things first! Know what your handler charges for everything, including travel expenses, bonus structure, phone call arrange- ments, who has priority in his or her string, grooming charges and any other additional charges pertaining to your dog and your bill. Know what area your handler shows in so you can enjoy watching your dog win. You may also want to know if you have any input on where the handler exhibits and to what judges. Most handlers make those decisions with- out your input. Discuss where your handler wants to enter your dog, but remember you are paying for their expertise so allow your handler the liberty of choosing when and where to exhibit your dog. And stay away from the handler’s set- up when you are at a show to see your dog. Seeing youmay upset the dog and make it difficult for your handler to show your dog to its best advantage. Try and not hover at the setup before or after when they are going in or leav- ing the ring. Showing dogs requires an extensive amount of time getting your dog ready—and getting them back to the setup as they may need to take top knots down or your handler may need to quickly move to another ring and an assistant may need to take over. When watching your dog in the ring, stay out of sight and do not talk! You do not want your dog to hear your voice.

Bonnie bonnie@aramediagroup.com 512.971.3280 Have a fabulous and winning month and remember inquiring minds want to know. Email or call me with your exciting new puppies or wonder- ful wins. Enjoy the shows and love your dogs. Any stories you hear around the hander’s area should remain confi- dential. Sometimes they are not true but if they are you do not want to be the one to spread the story. The majority of handlers like you to advertise important wins starting with Best of Breeds and of course, Group placements through Best In Show. Some have very definite re- quirements for when and where you advertise so always ask questions. I hope you will choose Top Notch Toys . There are many rules of the road that will make your experiencewith a han- dler a winning one and common sense goes a 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! Last andmaybe evenmore important, as with any good business relation- ship, pay your bill on time.

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N U M B E R O N E N O H S YO R K S H I R E T E R R I E R *

Stryker

STRYKER VISITED TEXAS AND BROUGHT HOME SOME GREAT WINS FROM THE HOUSTON TOY DOG SHOWS. THANK YOU TO THE JUDGES AWARDING STRYKER’S ADHERENCE TO OUR AKC STANDARD. LEFT: THANK YOU TO TOY EXPERT JUDGE MR. BENSON RAY FOR THIS GREAT BOS AND BOBOH WIN. MR. RAY AWARDED STRYKER AN OH GROUP 2 THE PREVIOUS DAY IN A LINE UP OF LOVELY TOY DOGS.

OWNER / HANDLER VICKI EDWARDS SUGARFOOT YORKIES

BREEDER AVA TYREE TYAVA’S YORKIES

G C H B T YAVA’ S S U G A R F OOT ’ S S T R I K E F O R C E MULTI OH GROUP WINNING/MULTI GROUP PLACING/OHBIS

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GCHG GAR-V N GW’S THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN MULTIPLE RESERVE BEST IN SHOW SIRE OF CHAMPION WINNING OFFSPRING

owned by GEORGE & DEBRA KAILER | bred by GAIL GARVEY | presented by DEBORAH WHEELER 34 • T op N otch T oys , O ctober 2019

CH MARLEX SUNSPRITE DREAM MAKER N EW C H AM P I ON | F I N I S H E D W I T H T H R E E MA J O R S

Owners/Handlers LARRY & PENNY DEWEY ARMANDO ANGELBELLO Breeders ARMANDO ANGELBELLO MARCIA TUCKER

WATCH FOR THIS YOUNG SPECIAL WITH LARRY IN THE FALL. MULTIPLE BOB WINNING PUPPY Dreamer and Larry are pictured above receiving Best of Breed from Judge Benson E. Ray at the Toy Club of Greater Houston. Since Larry had a work commitment, thanks to Mr. Luis Colarte for handling Dreamer to the three majors in Mobile, Alabama, pictured to the left. The judges in Mobile who appreciated his lovely side gait were; Mr. Charles Trotter, Mrs. Pat Trotter and Mr. Charles Olvis.

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GROUP WINNING , NEW CHAMP I ON

CH AMBLERS OH UNDENIABLE ATTITUDE

(AM/CDN CH SONR I SAS NENA AT OLD HAVANA X GCHS CH WINDFALL’ S DUDE WI TH ATT I TUDE , ROM)

THANK YOU JUDGE BETSY DALE FOR THE MAJOR TO FINISH! THANK YOU JOHNNY SHOEMAKER FOR JAGGER’S RECENT TOY GROUP ONE AT THE ST. CLAIR KENNEL CLUB ALL BREED SHOW! JAGGER GOT TWO BACK-TO-BACK BOB WINS AND WON THE TOY GROUP! OWNED , LOVED AND SHOWN BY KATHY AMBLER BRED BY MYRNA MCCALLUM 36 • T op N otch T oys , O ctober 2019

Barnum

GCH BARBARY KALLMEE THE RINGMASTER BCAT CURRENTLY RANKED number six

TWO BEST OF BREEDS IN SUPPORTED ENTRIES DURING THE ATFTC NATIONAL SPECIALTY WEEKEND! Thank you judges Stephanie Hedgepath and Jimmy Moses for honoring Barnum in these highly competitive shows.

Susan and Steve Thibodeaux Cocoa, FL Kallmee – Exceptional Dogs Since 1978

*TNT breed stats as of 8/31/19

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What's New? A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO JUDGE DOUGLAS JOHNSON (PICTURED) CH Cogie’s One With The Force Wow! What a Weekend! From the classes Back-to-Back Group 4 Genesee Valley KC

AND JUDGE CINDY MEYER FOR PLACING MR. RUSTY IN STRONG GROUPS!

Mr. Rusty is handled and loved by: MJ HELD Owner and Breeder: Cathleen Cogan Bird

1442 Orchard Park Road, West Seneca, NY, 14224

716-675-4475

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NAT IONAL BEST IN SPECIALT Y SHOW WINNING BRONZE GRAND CHAMPION BISS AT THE 2019 AMA NAT IONAL SPECIALT Y DIVINE’S TAKES THE CAKE AT SARCENET

Joey #1 maltese AMERICA’S FOR ALL OF 2019 * TEAM JOEY WANTS TO WELCOME ITS NEWEST MEMBER LEIGH BRAUN #TeamJoey thanks all of the judges who have awarded his exquisite type, beautiful condition and his charming temperament. We also want to thank the Maltese community as it has been overwhelmingly supportive of Joey. We think he’s the bomb! T op N otch T oys , O ctober 2019 • 39

TEAM JOEY: LEIGH BRAUN, ELLEN KURLAND, STACY NEWTON, ZACH NEWTON AND ANGELA STANBERRY, SARCENETMALTESE@GMAIL.COM HANDLED BY ZACH NEWTON, PHA, JOEYTHEMALTESE@GMAIL.COM BRED BY STACY NEWTON, ANGELA STANBERRY AND ELLEN KURLAND *TNT BREED STATS AS OF 8/31/19

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Tiffany GCHP Dartan Diamonds Are Forever at Viva

Best in Show Multiple NOHS 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

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Old Havana Havanese PROUDLY PRESENTS 2019 AMERICAN & CANADIAN CHAMPIONS | BREEDER: MYRNA MCCALLUM

SUMMER CAN CH OLD HAVANA’S SUMMER SPIRIT AM CH CAROHAV'S DO YOU BELIEVE IN LOVE x AM/CAN GCH OLDHAVANAS SHES GOT THE SPIRIT

OWNER: MYRNA MCCALLUM

BETSY AM/CAN CH OLD HAVANA'S AWESOME BLOSSOM GCHB CH AMBLERS TOTALLY AWESOME DUDE, ROM x AM/CAN CH SONRISAS NENA AT OLD HAVANA

OWNER: MYRNA MCCALLUM

JAGGER AM CH AMBLERS - OH UNDENIABLE ATTITUDE GCHS CH WINDFALL'S DUDE WITH ATTITUDE, ROM x AM/CAN CH SONRISAS NENA AT OLD HAVANA

OWNER: KATHY AMBLER

FAWKES AM CH/CAN GCH OLD HAVANA'S PHOENIX AT SANDANT GCHS CH WINDFALL'S DUDE WITH ATTITUDE, ROM x AM/CAN CH SONRISAS NENA AT OLD HAVANA

OWNERS: LINDA & DOUG BEASLEY

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SAILING WITH HAVANESE IN THE CARIBBEAN by Joan Conover

F or the past ten years we have traveled with our Havanese sail- ing offshore most of the US east- ern seaboard on our 51’ sailboat, Growltiger. For the last two years, we have sailed to and from the British Virgin Islands (BVI), Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Sint Martin, St. Croix, Guadeloupe, Dominica, Bahamas and Cuba from November to end of May each year. And all with our furry little crew of three Havanese! Along the way, they have met other dogs and made friends across the Caribbean. But we are not alone, in 2015-2017, we joined fellow sailors with the Salty

Dawg Rally who also sail with dogs, in fact, five Havanese and several other dogs participated in the Virginia to British Virgin Islands passage this year as well as last. The name of the rally says it all! The rally founders, the Knowles, give full credit to their dog, Brie, a wonderful little compan- ion now followed by their little Zoe. On our trips, two vessels had veteri- narians/captains on board, as well as medical doctors, we had like minded companions the entire way and for the next months in the tropics. We have awonderful timewith our lit- tle ones as companions and as active

participants in our sailing lifestyle. They enjoy the boat, their sleeping ar- rangements in the master stateroom, little bookends at the head and foot of our bunks. They have their own spots under the main salon’s table and have the front of the deck house as a perch. We carry bags of dog food filling up one lazaret worth of storage, carry a years worth of heartworm medica- tion (Sentinal) and Frontline Plus. The combination has worked well for us, no infections or fleas for ten years. While two dogs are in full coat, the warmth in the Caribbean did not seem an issue—they sat in the cockpit,

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wind blowing hair—happy to be with their people. While the British Virgin Islands were wonderful with friends and the op- portunity for our pets to mingle with other boat dogs, down island and west were the highlights this year. Our best time this year was both in Domi- nica and in Cuba; spending over three weeks in Dominica and two weeks in Cuba. We anchored out in Ruberts Bay, Portsmouth, Dominca with a clear viewof the beaches and the rain- forest covered mountains. The dogs made friends with the Portsmouths local guides, whose colorful wooden boats visited us several times a day. The guides are part of the Ports- mouth Authority Yacht Security team of Dominican’s who patrol the harbor; they are true friends and share their lovely country with us. We toured, had beach parties and music jams by cruisers. While one of the best stops of our seven months, Cuba was the true highlight. We traveled in antique cars, had people visit the boat to see

the returning to their ‘native’ country dogs of ours and toured Havana and the country sides. We entered Cuba after sailing up the Old Bahama Channel from the Virgin Islands, rounding East and North Cuba and arriving at Marina Hemming way for Customs and a marina slip outside the facilities. Our boat was tied up to the concrete dock which forms long areas of finger cays for mariners. For entry, the Cuban government has established excel- lent customs facilities and rapid pro- cessing of cruising vessels and crew as part of their tourism outreach; the marinas are being developed with an eye to ‘one stop’ facilities, with some groceries, small restaurants and other amenities. We were boarded several times, with drug sniffing dogs taken on board while our crew was processed through various customs steps, mostly off vessel. Our Cuban Custom’s drug dog was an amazing black English Cocker Spaniel which could have been an AKC dog show

entry anywhere. Other than the Eng- lish Cocker having a love affair with our own three Havanese dogs on board, the visit was easy; the dog’s military handlers were not quite as impressed. As part of the procedure the drug dog is supposed to walk through the vessel checking for con- traband and alerting. This did not go as planned—the Cocker did not want to leave our vessel, recognizing clearly there were two long-haired females to smooze with. The fact our male dog took exception and joined into a male dog contest of marking boat topside areas also caused severe red faces. Again, expect to be boarded by several teams of customs agents to include agricultural officials who will look in cold storage for banned foods such as fresh meats. It’s an in depth process, but done quickly and politely by teams of very serious, uniformed military and government. During our entry to Cuba, the Cuban Customs Veterinarian asked us if we had any vaccines we could ‘donate.’

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There ’ s a New Angel in Town

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“WHAT MAKES CUBA DIFFERENT IS THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE AND WORK IN AMONG THE AGING BUILDINGS WITH MUSIC, DANCING ALONG WITH A VI- BRANT AND GROW- ING COMMUNITY OF ENTREPRENEURS.”

Soviet Union, subsidies and oil/gas, Cubans faced an economic disaster called the “Special Period”. Cuba faced exactly what our modern so- ciety would face if we have a major electric grid failure. Gas stations closed, food was hard to find, pubic transportation was infrequent and crowded, there was no electricity— the country ground to a stop. Civiliza- tion, for most Cubans, retrogressed to a pre-1900s lifestyle. Rural com- munities still operate with a foot in the past; with their ‘transportation vesicles’ tied out in front yards, trot- ting in harness along four lane high- ways and with oxen yoked to plows. Everywhere young and hardworking people are bootstrapping themselves up from a very difficult generation of change. It’s hoped the new US regu- lations will not damage the related growth of a young middle class of Cu- bans whose lives depend on tourism and friendship. As each island territory or country had specific veterinary requirements, we took the most difficult entry coun- try, the British Virgin Islands for compliance. Once the necessary pa- perwork was completed, along with

was one of the people involved—but contact did not work in the two weeks we had available. Offshore and in the islands, communication is not easy! With this lesson learned, on our next Cuba visit, we will have months to co- ordinate; alternatively this would also be a wonderful area for collaboration by recognizedUSA groups such as the Havanese Club of America. What makes Cuba different is the people who live and work in among the aging buildings with music, danc- ing along with a vibrant and growing community of entrepreneurs. Due to tourism, your taxi driver/tour host may have a PhD in English or En- gineering; they find greater income from tourism as drivers and they are forming a new middle class. A stress on music and art has supported the wonderful sounds found in the local bars, the troubados at the paladars and is the salvation of the traditional Cuban music forms, dances and art. At all major tourism venues, both in the country and in the cities, its Cu- ban Rum bars, Cuban music played live by skilled musicians and Cuban tourist trinkets are scripted. In the 90s, with the collapse of the

Sadly the answer was no, but from all comments, they are desperately needed as well as heartwormmedica- tions. If there are no groups making an effort to provide the medications and vaccines, it would be an excellent out reach from the USA. The need is certainly there! Cuba has wonderful dog linages and in April, the FCI dog show showcases the breeds kept pro- tected in Cuba since the 1950s. Un- fortunately, due to USA regulations, we could not stay for the April 23, 2017 dog show, our time was up April 18!We do hope to be able to attend the 2018 show with at least one Havanese entry, if newUSA regulations allow. Because we went to Cuba rather sud- denlywhen the rallydecided topartic- ipate, contacting Havanese breeders, even the breeder of our one Havanese line was impossible. First, US email is severely restricted; we could not reach or, at least, did not seem to reach the contacts we were provided by our Canadian friends. Then when we arrived, there was no easy phone service, internet is controlled se- verely by the government. We knew there were Havanese nearby, there was an FCI dog show and my contact

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*TNT all breed stats as of 8/31/19

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transit to shore in dingies, life jackets we have previously tested to support their bodies upright and heads out of the water. Our boat has bow to stern lifeline netting, to keeps dogs in- board. And no pup is allowed on deck without an observing ‘parent’ also being topside. During weather, they are below, in the main stateroom, on a hull to hull double bed, safely con- tained. As to health and vaccines, we have pet passports, with photos, mi- crochips and all health records read- ily available. Prior to leaving theUSA, each dog has blood titers run and ap- propriate vaccinations for the trop- ics to include lymes and lep to yearly. This year we added dog flu to the mix, carefully giving a the immunizations in separated series. With current ra- bies certificate, FAVN Titer report, distemper/parvo, lymes, lep to and such, we then submit the veterinar- ian completed, USDA US Interstate and International AFHIS form 7001 is sent to be certified by the official USDA Veterinary Medical Officer. In our case, this is from Virginia to New York, with return FEDEX over- night forms. With this paperwork in hand, we can enter all Caribbean countries. It sounds like a lot of work, but we know our pets are protected as best we can make them. As the climate seems to becoming warmer in the south, diseases are certainly more active! During our visits to the islands, some other dog types stood out. We found several interesting types of dogs which seem to be in some sort of breeding programs; or at least you are told only “the family behind the grocery store” raised the real dogs. The two examples that stood out, the Bequia Poodle—in Bequia and the PomPek from Trinidad. The Bequia Poodle is very similar to a small Tibe- tian Spaniel, with shorter black mask muzzle, tan coat, long body, short legs and curved plumy tail over the back. The PomPek was called the ‘national dog’ of Trinidad and they resembled Havanese in looks. PomPek puppies were all colors of the rainbow and their unique temperaments were

very similar to our dogs’. Like the Havanese, where the origin of these dogs came from, Portuguese sailors or a mixture of indigenous canines crossed with ships dogs, they are all interesting to observe. What we have found in the Caribbean is somewhat sobering as to pet care in some of the islands less traveled to. While in the BVIS and US terri- tories of Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands and the French islands of Gualaoupe and Martinque, the level of immuni- zations and pet health care is similar to that found in the USA, outside of these areas, local animals are poor- ly immunized and almost all lack heartworm protection. The captain of one our Cuba Rally boats, Salty Pause, a veterinarian, frequently mentioned seeing dogs infected with heartworm and it explained why old dogs were seldom seen outside of our boat community. While veterinarians are available for ‘tourists or ExPat’ pets, preventative treatment for other pets is ignored. Because of this, and due to the feral dogs found on most beaches, our dogs spent more time on board that being ‘tourists.’ However, as a cruiser, that is also all of our experiences; we are on anchor, we live on board a vessel like a small city and unless there is a provisioning need, event or tour we want to take, we are onboard. Dogs were walked on leads, with several of us together, both for our protection and for the dogs sake as well. Since in most of the out of the way locations we could travel to, people were careful about dogs (scared of them in some cases) we had no problems with theft or unpleasant events. Our dogs have never been sick or injured—we not only take care on leaving on trips, but on return do full checkupswith labs to insure we have healthy animals. Our dogs are beloved family members and good sailors, ready to head south the next time Growltiger raises her sails on passage.

vaccinations, we were golden in other countries. Like people, pets have to be ‘entered’ or imported into and then ‘exited’ or exported out of each country. The Customs Offices where we in processed our vessel and crew, each time in each country, also was the staging area for pet clearances, we had a single location for govern- ment processing. While getting the import/export country veterinarians to complete paperwork involved sev- eral steps, it was still possible to com- plete in a day: boat, crew and pets. In the BVIs, veterinarian clearance and import paperwork cost $10.00US per dog, people/crew/boat cost a lot more. The dogs love their boat and happily sit on the deck house observing pass- ing vessels and dingys. Ace, our Cana- dian import and one-half Cuban Ha- vanese male, has learned, to his view, the appropriate speed when dingys pass anchored vessels. He patiently waits, along with his two supporting side kicks for a outboard going faster than five mph—it’s a sound and wave thing we believe. Once ‘locked on’ to the offending vessel, Ace waits at the stern or bow of Growltiger, ‘alerting’ once to warn off the speed violator. If that does not work, and it usually doesn’t, he will run full out the 51 foot length of our boat, howling his bell tones. The other dogs support his racket with their own song of the sea— it looks like grey rugs are covering the topsides. They are immediately quiet as soon as the vessel passes beyond the boat. And it does provide excellent exercise on board! After a few hours of the dogs laying down their rules, most dingys make a long way around our anchorage. And since the rules of the road do suggest slow speeds around anchored vessels, the dogs are following good judgement. Other than alerting when someone comes near to board the vessel or laying down speed rules, these are quiet dogs, happy to sit and watch the changing harbors and scenery of the islands. To keep our little group safe, we fol- low common sense rules applied to other active little ones, toddlers. Our dogs wear life jackets while in

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WHOSE FAULT IS IT: THE BLAME GAME BREEDER HANDLER JUDGE

by Terence Farley, Judges Education Chair, The Havanese Club of America

D og People” come in three main categories; breeders, exhibitors, and judges. All three seem to have opinions about the ailments of the breed. Each blames the other for the problems the breed is experiencing in the ring. It is the breeder’s fault for breeding this style; it is the exhibitor’s fault ( exhibi- tor being professional hander, breeder handler, or owner handler ) for showing this style, or for grooming the dog in this fashion; or it is the judge’s fault for rewarding these particular styles. I am using the term ‘style’ verses ‘type’ because I was told a long time ago there is only one type which is the Havanese, but styles may vary. So, whose fault is this controversy? Do we blame the breeder? This is the person who bred the dog for the ring in the first place. Obviously the breed- er has in her/his mind’s eye the ideal picture of what a Havanese should look like, move like, and in general be like. This person must have a love for the breed to have devoted the time and energy to have studied pedigrees, completed the necessary health test- ing, bred, socialized and trained this puppy. Breeding is not an easy process if it is done right, and I am assuming that a person devoting the time, en- ergy, and money to have a dog shown, is attempting to be an ethical breeder and to have the correct breed type in

mind. But is this enough? Will this particular style win? The bottom line is that if the other dogs in the ring are of a different style and winning, the breeder will eventually alter the style they produce in order to exit the ring with ribbons, rosettes, and points. Now we start to hear some blaming; blame the other exhibitors (handlers) or the judge. Should we blame the Professional Handler? According to Wikipedia “A professional handler, sometimes called a professional dog handler is a person that trains, conditions, and shows dogs in conformation shows for a fee. Handlers are hired by dog owners or breeders to finish their dogs championship, or if finished, to be shown in the Best of Breed class as a ‘special’.” This person is a paid pro- fessional. His/her job is to complete a dog’s conformation title or better yet receive breed placements and na- tional rankings. A handler has a win- ning reputation to maintain as well as keeping their clients contented and satisfied. A handler’s duty (profes- sional or owner) is to present the dog to its fullest potential. It must be well trained, well fed, bathed/dried and groomed to the specifications of the standard, and be ready to dazzle the judge in the ring. If winner’s dog, win- ner’s bitch, or best of breed are a dif- ferent style than the one the handler

is showing, then the handler might change the grooming or style of the dogs they are showing. Once again we start to hear blaming; blame the breeder or the judge. Or should we blame the Judge? According to Wikipedia, “A dog show judge, sometimes dog judge, is a per- son that is qualified to evaluate dogs at a conformation show.” Becoming a judge is not an easy task. A judge must have bred and exhibited dogs for several years, gained experience with show ring procedures includ- ing stewarding, completed training including but not limited to judges’ education seminars, ringside mentor- ing, attending national specialties, being mentored, as well as having to go through an interview process which includes written/oral evalua- tions, as well as ringside observations by AKC field reps. Prospective judges are highly trained to evaluate the dogs that will be presented to them. Outside the ring we often scratch our heads and ask how or why did the judge put up one dog versus another. From outside the ring the onlooker cannot see the dog’s bite, determine by feeling if the dog has the proper rise, shoulder lay back, correct front, and so on. Other times a ringside ob- server will feel that the dog receiving an award did not show the proper ele- ments of breed type. Judges might say

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“Is anyone at fault, or are we all at fault? In my opinion we are all at fault.... THEREFORE BREEDERS, EXHIBITORS, AND JUDGES

ALL HAVE AN EQUAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE PRESERVATION IN OUR BREED.”

6. Temperament: Intelligent, play- ful, sweet and non-quarrelsome. Important Note: The 6 critical el- ements of breed type listed above are in judging order, not in order of importance. All should be given equal weight in judging, regardless of whether they are visible on the go around or only on the table. “Dog People” come in three main categories; breeders, exhibitors and judges. All three seem to have opin- ions about the ailments of the breed. Instead of playing the ‘Blame Game’ I believe, from my point of view as an experienced breeder and handler, that we each have a responsibility to ensure that we take an active role in correcting and preserving the breed that we love. Breeders; breed the best Havanese possible following the guidelines set in the breed standard. Exhibitors; present the best example of the breed keeping true to the prop- er grooming and handling procedures when presenting in the ring. Judges; award the best examples of the stan- dard in the ring, at times making difficult decisions. Breeders, exhibitors and judges work- ing together in tandem as partners is the solution to what ails our breed.

that the dog they awarded the points to was the best they had to work with. Back to the blame game; breeders and exhibitors are not showing the best examples of the breed. So what can we do as breeders, exhib- itors, or judges? Is anyone at fault, or are we all at fault? In my opinion we are all at fault. I like to compare this situation to an equilateral triangle; in geometry an equilateral triangle is a triangle in which all three sides are equal. Therefore breeders, ex- hibitors, and judges all have an equal responsibility in the preservation in our breed. Breeders need to stay true to the breed. Breeding the best possible Havanese according the ‘breed stan- dard.’ There will always be room (within reason) for interpretation of the standard. Exhibitors need to show the best example of the Havanese accord- ing to ‘the breed standard.’ Show the dog to its fullest extent, make it shine in the ring and limit groom- ing to meet the set guidelines of the Havanese standard. Judges need to award dogs that are the best examples of the breed type as they understand it, encourage new

breeders and exhibitors when pos- sible, and withhold ribbons if and when necessary. Havanese Judges’ Education has an excellent guide: Havanese Breed Type at a Glance. This guide outlines the six critical elements of the Ha- vanese Breed Type (ie: What makes a Havanese unique amongst toys?): 1. Topline: Straight, but not level, ris- ing slightly from thewithers to rump… the result of moderate angulation fore and aft combined with a typically short upper arm. 2. Outline: Slightly longer than tall, with head carried high and tail arched over back. 3. Gait: Springy, with moderate reach and drive, showing free reach and good extension. Not stilted, May show flash of pad coming and going. The topline holds under movement, neither flattening nor roaching. 4. Coat : Soft, silky, wavy and abun- dant. May be corded. 5. Expression: Broad backskull and large, dark almond eyes; correct ear set follows line of skull; full rectan- gular muzzle is slightly shorter than backskull. The expression is soft and intelligent, mischievous rather than cute.

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