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May 16, 2013 Subscribe
Finding Junior Results and Stats, plus Clinging to Dog Ownership
Junior handlers have several options for keeping track of results and statistics. A number of websites publish up-to-date information that can assist young exhibitors who are working hard to achieve their goals. DFR Blogger Kayla Bertagnolli shares the sites that help her follow today’s conformation and performance juniors.

Blogger-in-Chief Billy Wheeler compares the ban on certain breeds with several often-controversial issues on America’s sociopolitical scene. Billy sees parallels with snakes and guns when he looks at how dogs are so often demonized in the media. Follow Billy as he argues the right to own dogs as essential to his pursuit of happiness.

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Where to Find Junior Results and Stats
By Kayla Bertagnolli

Finding Junior Showmanship results and statistics is not an easy task, which is why I thought I would share with you some of my favorite ways to get the job done.

The easiest way to keep track of your own wins is simply to DIY – do it yourself! I find that if you write down each of your wins – big or small – in a notebook or an app on your phone, you can easily refer back to that to see how many wins you have and where they were awarded. more

Clinging to My Snakes, Dogs, Religion & Guns
By Billy Wheeler

Among the pets I have kept over the years have been snakes. I started out with small snakes, corn snakes in a dizzying array of jewel-like colors. I then expanded, adding a couple of albino California king snakes, lovely lavender and yellow-banded snakes. I soon became interested in ball pythons, a subspecies that offered a myriad of interesting morphs and breeding possibilities. more

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