Exhibitors were extremely busy this weekend, and the results of their efforts are in. Dog Show Poop’s Blogger-in-Chief Billy Wheeler reports on the Best in Show and Group winners from Santa Barbara, Calif., to West Springfield, Mass. Find out which dogs received the nod at these events, as well as those in Topeka, Kan., Middleburg, Pa., and elsewhere throughout the U.S.
Senior Editor Christi McDonald has the details about the winners at the Cherokee Rose Cluster in Atlanta. Four days of all-breed competition brought together many of the nation’s top dogs, and drew substantial entries to the Atlanta Exposition Center South. Meet the celebrated purebreds that captured the judges’ hearts and added Group and Best in Show wins to their resumes.
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Monday Morning Mop Up
By Billy Wheeler
We start our Monday Morning Mop Up with reports on two of our Top Dogs wining in two of our biggest venues this weekend.
First from Atlanta GA where Loraine Boutwell closed the big four day weekend with her final for the Conyers Kennel Club. Once again, she had seven dogs that included Top Ten Dogs, DOGS2WATCH, and other multiple BIS winners. more
Fancy That: Thursday’s Atlanta Show Draws 1,591
By Christi McDonald
The biggest shows of this past weekend took place in Atlanta at the Cherokee Rose Cluster from August 23 to 26, 2012.
Thursday at the Griffin Georgia Kennel Club, from an entry of 1,591, judge Judy Daniels chose GCh. Allaruth Just Kidding v Sole Bay for BIS. In from California, the Miniature Schnauzer is bred and owned by Billie Phelps and Ruth Ziegler. We don’t often see Miniature Schnauzers today in the top of the Group rankings, in part because it’s a difficult breed to keep in coat year around. more