Dog Show Poop’s Blogger-in-Chief Billy Wheeler spent the weekend in Colorado where he mingled with exhibitors and their dogs at the Greeley Kennel Club’s all-breed shows. From his ringside seat high in the Rockies, Billy managed to stay connected. Find out just how exciting things got across the country this weekend.
Also over the weekend, the Olympic Kennel Club’s back-to-back all-breed shows were held at the Enumclaw Expo Center in Washington. Many of the country’s top dogs were on-site for the Olympic-sized competition where entries exceeded 2,200 both days. Senior Editor Christi McDonald has a bit of background information on each of the Group winners, including the victorious pair that took home the ultimate prize.
Best In Show Daily delivers the show information you want right to your Inbox. Along with Billy’s Monday Morning Mop-up and Christi’s Fancy That, we now offer a selection of upcoming events on Tuesdays. Christi takes a look at the all-breed and specialty shows that close the following week, and highlights the seminars, health screenings and special events each club has to offer. Finding Dog Show Results, and so much more, has never been easier.
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Monday Mop Up
By Billy Wheeler
We are back home in Memphis and can begin our Monday Mop Up. We had a fine time in Greeley and are so glad we returned to our childhood home for the hometown Greeley Kennel Club shows. A couple of local dogs had an even finer time on Sunday as the Smooth Fox Terrier, GCH CH Wedigit Paparazzi, picked up the BIS and the Bouvier des Flandres, GCH CH Rocheuses Me and My Shadow of Cornus, grabbed the RBIS. more
Fancy That: More than 2,000 Entries in Washington State
By Christi McDonald
I wanted to go back out West this weekend for Fancy That, since we’ve covered the eastern and central sections of the U.S. the past few weeks. My colleague, Billy Wheeler, was in Greeley, Colo., this past weekend, enjoying himself and reporting from the shows, and I’ll cover what happened in Enumclaw, Wash., where entries at the back-to-back Olympic Kennel Club shows exceeded 2,000, something we don’t see often enough today. more