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April 7, 2013 Subscribe

Scottie Tops Eurasia 2013, plus the Buzz about Bluetick Coonhounds

Senior Editor Bo Bengtson has a report from Canadian judge Mike Macbeth on her recent assignment at Eurasia Show 2013. More than 6,000 dogs competed in Moscow on Sunday, March 24, where a U.S. imported Scottish Terrier went Best in Show. Meet the winners from each of the 10 Groups, as well as the recipients of Best Baby, Puppy, Junior, Veteran and other special awards.

The Bluetick Coonhound is an American original with a melodic voice and a penchant for late night carousing. One of several hound breeds developed in the Southern U.S., the Bluetick enjoys nothing more than a night out with the boys in search of its favorite quarry. Find out about this distinctively colored hound with the cold nose and warm heart.

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 Bluetick Coonhound
By Dan Sayers

Scenthounds were developed throughout Europe beginning in the ninth century. The monks of the Abbey of St. Hubert began keeping an ancient strain in the Ardennes Forest of Belgium during this period, and from their hounds a wide array of breeds was developed in Britain, Scandinavia, France and elsewhere. The French, in particular, cultivated an extraordinary diversity of pack hounds, some of which were imported to the New World prior to the American Revolution, according to the AKC’s “History and Standards for Coonhound Breeds.” more
 

World News – Eurasia 2013, Part 2: American Scottie Tops 6,211 in Moscow
By Bo Bengtson

The second day of Russia’s biggest dog show weekend, Eurasia, had a total entry of 6,211 dogs, all judged on Sunday, March 24. Mostly the same dogs competed as the previous day, but the results were mostly different — not surprisingly, in view of the large entry and the diverse group of 66 judges, who came to Moscow from all over Europe and beyond. The total number of spectators was reported to be around 150,000. more
 

Up-To-Date Numbers

By Billy Wheeler

The Coming Week

By Billy Wheeler

Kindness Is Contagious

By Kayla Bertagnolli

 

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