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It’s easy to identify one’s most important win, or most devastating loss. But, the rest of the memories that rattle around the closet in my head are tougher to sort. They are dusty and blurred around the edges. A little crumpled and...
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A month in the life… I was writing this column in my head on the way home this week. The last of 28 days on the road. Twelve days of all-breed shows, two days of specialties and group shows, three days of...
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Best In Show Daily is pleased to publish the second Junior Handlers’ Edition, our newest publication dedicated exclusively to Juniors. JHE will publish weekly and highlight different Juniors from around the Country. Each week, we’ll select five accomplished Juniors, letting them tell in their...
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“Many believe that these principles of sportsmanship are the prime reason why our sport has thrived for over one hundred years.” –AKC Code of Sportsmanship Thirty something years ago I met professional handler Dee Hannah for the first time. She was, is...
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Chips was a mutt–a mix of German Shepherd, Collie, and Siberian Husky–living happily with the Edward Wren family in Pleasantville, New York when World War II began. The United States realized the worth of dogs on the battlefield after observing them in...
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