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December 17, 2012 Subscribe

The Last Shows of 2012

The 2012 AKC/Eukanuba National Championship concluded yesterday at the Orange County Convention Center, and Senior Editor Christi McDonald has a report on the Working, Terrier and Herding Group placements. The Eukanuba World Challenge and Best Bred-by Exhibitor in Show were also selected last night, as was AKC’s Breeder of the Year. Find out about all the winners, and meet the ginger Wire Fox Terrier that proved she’s the best “after all.”

Billy Wheeler delivers a special edition of his Monday Morning Mop Up with results from Orlando, along with a declaration of this year’s top dog all breeds. Billy had a front row seat at the AENC, but he managed to pay close attention to shows in Ohio and Pennsylvania too. Find out the names of the year’s final Best in Show winners, and meet the German Wirehaired Pointer that came out on top for 2012.

All of us at Best In Show Daily send our heartiest congratulations to everyone associated with the top winners, and we’d like to thank each of the hardworking teams for making 2012 an exciting year to remember in the dog sport.

Dan Sayers
Editor in Chief

Monday Morning Mop Up
By Billy Wheeler

Edd Embry Bivin had the difficult task to choose a 2012 AKC/Eukanuba National Champion. Among his seven were two dogs that had not been campaigned here in the US much, the Saluki, CH Shiraz California Dreamin’, and the Standard Poodle, Del Zarsoso Savalme from Afterglow. more

The Last Shows of 2012: Two Champions Crowned in Orlando
By Christi McDonald

The last three dog shows of 2012 wrapped up on Sunday, with Best in Shows in Allentown, Pa., and Cleveland, Ohio, awarded to the Top Dog of all breeds, German Wirehaired Pointer ‘Oakley,’ handled by Phil Booth, and the top winning Harrier of all time, GCh. Downhome Hi-Tech Innovator, handled by Susie Olivera. Robin Novack and the Springer, ‘Peyton,’ gave Phil and Oakley a run for their money right up until the end, but Oakley remains, as he was most of the year, Number 1. more


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The Back Story
Billy Wheeler
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Kayla Bertagnolli
Dog Show Poop
Billy Wheeler

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