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An Interview with Susan Lucas and the Buzz About Cardigan Welsh Corgis

In today’s broadcast interview, Social Media Maven Pilar Kuhn sits down with Sun Country Terrier Club’s Susan Lucas to find out the secrets of the show chair’s success. As the opening act of the five-day Fiesta Follies, her club’s Group show has much to offer exhibitors, including two Floating National Specialties next year. Discover why Airedale and Welsh fanciers are already making plans to join Susan and her hard-working committee in Scottsdale, Ariz.

The ancestor of the Cardigan Welsh Corgi arrived in present-day Wales over 3,000 years ago. The short-legged breed once called the “yard-long dog” is still a useful multipurpose farm dog today. Find out some of the characteristics that distinguish this Welshman from its younger – and better known – cousin.

Many of this year’s top show dogs are featured in their own beautiful mini-websites on Best In Show Daily. Simply click on a banner ad to see the dog’s up-to-date show history, plus a slide show of photos that reveals exactly why it’s a top dog.

Dan Sayers
Editor in Chief

Breeder Buzzwords – The Cardigan Welsh Corgi
By Dan Sayers

The former kingdom known as Ceredigion in mid-west Wales is the birthplace of the colorful companion and useful worker known as the Cardigan Welsh Corgi.

The name Corgi is an Anglicization of the Welsh “cor gi,” a phrase sometimes translated as “dwarf dog.” Though short on leg, these ancient herding dogs have a long history as working farm dogs in the region. more


Listen to Our Susan Lucas Interview

By Pilar Kuhn

For Sun Country Terrier Club’s Susan Lucas, success means never having to have a bench-show hearing. Click to listen to the popular show chair as she shares a few of her secrets. play






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