Best In Show Daily’s interview with Gabriel Rangel is certainly worthy of a repeat performance. The professional handler best known for the Terriers he campaigns sat down with Social Media Maven Pilar Kuhn to talk about the distinction between top producers and top winners. Learn why Gabriel says that sometimes the best breeding stock may be the littermate to the bitch with the successful show career.
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games produced many memorable moments for its live and television audiences. Among the viewers was a cartoonist whose comical illustrations of canine Olympians were passed around social media throughout the games. DFR Blogger Kayla Bertagnolli introduces a couple examples from Rupert Fawcett’s dog-crazy imagination.
Responsible breeders have only one more day to comment on the proposed regulation changes to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal Welfare Act. The August 15, 2012, deadline is tomorrow, so please act now by signing the AKC’s petition and sharing your comments directly with the USDA/APHIS.
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Comical Canine Olympians
By Kayla Bertagnolli
Every four years the Summer Olympic Games leave us with new history-making moments, this year maybe more so than ever.
Not only did Team USA bring home a lot of gold and break a lot of records, we laid claim – once again – to the greatest Olympian of all time with 22 medals, 18 of them gold. Yes, I’m talking about Michael Phelps. more
Listen to Our Gabriel Rangel Interview
By Pilar Kuhn
Gabriel Rangel handled the Scottish Terrier Ch. Roundtown Mercedes of Maryscot to Top Dog of all breeds in 2009 and Best in Show at Westminster in 2010. Click to hear his perspective on the “great ones,” breeding stock and show careers. play