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Tag Archives: GCh. Vogelflight’s Honor to Pillowtalk

The four shows of International Cluster in Chicago this past weekend had some surprising results, and quite a number of the Group winners are dogs I have not seen before. Let’s have a look at the winners. On Thursday at the Park...
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The three Orlando all-breeds have wrapped up, and today AKC/Eukanuba has begun! Whether or not the results at the Wednesday through Friday shows are a preview of what will happen on the weekend remains, of course, to be seen. Perhaps the biggest...
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The Mason City Kennel Club hosted back-to-back shows this past weekend in the Iowa city bearing its name. Judges Carol White-Moser and Houston Clark selected as their Best in Show winner both days the Bichon Frise, GCh. Vogelflight’s Honor to Pillowtalk. I...
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At two shows hosted by the Rockford-Freeport Kennel Club in Freeport, Ill., on September 29 and 30, 2012, judges Murrel Purkhiser and Richard Miller awarded back-to-back Best in Shows to Smooth Coat Chihuahua GCh. Stonehill Great Escape, owner-handled by Patricia Holzkopf. Billy...
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