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Wire Fox Terrier GCh. Afterall Painting The Sky was Best in Show at the 12th AKC/Eukanuba National Championship, handled by Gabriel Rangel. Photo courtesy of the American Kennel Club.

The Last Shows of 2012: Two Champions Crowned in Orlando

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… read more

Ch. Set’r Ridge’s Wyndswept in Gold was the Number 1 Sporting dog and Number 6 among all breeds in 2002, owned by Dr. and Mrs. William Truesdale and handled by Kellie Fitzgerald.

Fancy That: It’s All in the Family in Greeley, Colo.

It seems to me that there were more shows than usual this past weekend with really decent entry numbers, which these days, for me, means over 1,000 dogs. The West Coast was the site for the weekend’s largest shows, with more than 1,600 both days in Northern California and upwards of 1,500 in Vancouver, Wash…. read more

Ch. Red Fern’s Beau Derby was BOB at the AKC/Eukanuba National Championship in 2005 under judge Phyllis Wolfish, handled by Wendi Cowell.

Fancy That: Greeley, Colo.

Two all-breed shows hosted by the Evergreen Colorado Kennel Club and held in Greeley this past weekend drew entries of more than 1,500 dogs each day. Two of the country’s top four dogs of all breeds duked it out for the final spot each day, but only one took home a Best in Show ribbon…. read more