The Montgomery County Kennel Club holds the distinction of being the only AKC all-breed club that limits its show to Terriers. Senior Editor Christi McDonald reflects on the richness of the club’s history, and recalls some of the names – both human and canine – that have made this iconic show the world-class event that it is.
Blogger-in-Chief Billy Wheeler provides an update today on the standings in the race to become America’s Top Dog. To accompany the numbers, he’s presenting new and improved charts to illustrate the excitement of this year’s contest. Find out where your favorites are positioned as they prepare to head down the stretch.
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Up to the Minute Top Ten
By Billy Wheeler
As we enter the final stretch of our show season, I think it’s time to look again at where our top dogs are in the rankings. Our Top Two Dogs All Breeds are still extremely close with the German Wirehaired Pointer, GCH CH Mt View’s Ripsnorter Silver Charm, regaining the lead over the English Springer Spaniel, GCH CH Wynmoor Champagne Supernova, just last weekend. more
Montgomery County Is Rich in History
By Christi McDonald
Montgomery County is an iconic dog show renowned the world over, and each year Terrier people all over the U.S. spend months preparing their dogs for the fall event in Pennsylvania. Then, the first week of October, devotees travel from all points around the globe to see the cream of the crop of American Terriers, often with quite a few from overseas in the mix as well. more