ALL BREED CHAMPIONSHIP DOG SHOWS OBEDIENCE & RALLY OBEDIENCE TRIALS
ALL BREED CHAMPIONSHIP DOG SHOWS OBEDIENCE & RALLY OBEDIENCE TRIALS
OFFICIAL PREMIUM LIST To comply with instructions issued by the Canadian Kennel Club we will be unable to accept any entry reaching our Show Secretary after that date and time. 83rd , 84th , 85th , 86th ALL BREED CHAMPIONSHIP DOG SHOWS 33rd 34th , 35th , 36th , 37th and 38th OBEDIENCE & RALLY OBEDIENCE TRIALS (held indoors in the arena) LIMITED ENTRY Day of Event entries accepted time permitting CALEDONIA FAIRGROUNDS, 151 Caithness Street East, Caledonia, Ontario These Shows Held Under The Canadian Kennel Club Rules – Unbenched – Indoors/Outdoors FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018 SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2018 SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 2018 MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2018 SPECIALTY SHOWS FRIDAY - All Hound Club of Ontario, Cairn Terrier Club of Canada (Regional), Havanese Owners and Lovers Association (Regional), Ontario All Pointing Breed Field Dog Club SATURDAY - Basenji Club of Canada (National), Basset Hound Club of Canada (National), Border Terrier Club of Ontario, Borzoi Canada (Regional), Borzoi Club of Ontario, Cairn Terrier Club of Canada (National), Canadian Scottish Terrier Club (Regional), English Cocker Spaniel Club of Canada (National), German Shorthaired Pointer Club of Canada (Regional), Golden Retriever Club of Canada (Regional), Havanese Fanciers of Canada (National), Irish Red & White Setter Club of Canada (National), Leonberger Club of Ontario, Norfolk Terrier Club of Canada (National), Pointer Club of Canada (National), Whippet Club of Eastern Canada SUNDAY - Belgian Shepherd Dog Club of Canada - Southern Ontario Section (Regional), Brittany Spaniel Club of Ontario, Chinese Crested Club of Ontario, English Setter Club of Canada (Regional), Gazehound Ontario, Golden Retriever Club of Greater Toronto, Pointer Club of Canada (Regional), Terrier Breeders’ Association of Canada (National), Vizsla Society of Ontario LIMITED BREED SHOWS FRIDAY - Limited Group 3 Show, Limited Retriever Show SUNDAY - Limited Group 1 Spaniel Show, Limited Scenthound Show 16 BOOSTER SHOWS (See Inside Cover Schedule for Participating Clubs) 28 SUPPORTED ENTRIES (See Inside Cover Schedule for Breeds) ALL BREED OBEDIENCE AND RALLY OBEDIENCE TRIALS (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018 BEST BRACE IN SHOW COMPETITION - Cash Prize BEST BRED BY EXHIBITOR IN SHOW - Cash Prize BAER ALL BREED HEARING CLINIC - HAVANESE FANCIERS OF CANADA COMPLEMENTARY BARBECUE FOR THE EXHIBITORS AFTER BIS - Behind the Kinsman Hall REPRODUCTIVE SEMINAR - 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM in the Kinsman Hall, Sponsored by Eukanuba SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2018 - ZONE 6 JUNIOR HANDLER CONFORMATION (After BIS) & OBEDIENCE FINALS - Time TBA SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 2018 - ERIE SHORES JUNIOR HANDLING COMPETITION (Conformation and Obedience) - Noon BEST OF THE SPECIALTIES AFTER BEST IN SHOW - BEST - $1500.00 prize RESERVE - $500.00 prize BINGO - KINSMAN HALL (after Best of the Specialties) Bring your dabbers - Cash Prizes MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2018 ALL BREED SWEEPSTAKES FOR PUPPIES & VETERANS - starting at Noon BEST OWNER/HANDLER COMPETITION - Cash Prizes ENTRIES CLOSE 8:00 PM MONDAY, MAY 14, 2018
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS ESKC 2018 FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018 Two All-Breed Obedience Trials (indoors) Two All-Breed Obedience Trials (indoors) Baer Hearing Clinic – Havanese Fanciers of Canada BOOSTERS Borzoi Canada, Chinese Crested Club of Ontario SUPPORTED BREEDS Afghans,Basenjis,FrenchBulldogs,Labrador Retrievers, Pugs TWO LIMITED BREED SHOWS Limited Group 3 Show and Limited Retriever Show BEST BRACE COMPETITION Prize for Best Brace in Group $200.00 Cash for Best Brace in Show (Entry Fee - $10.00) BEST BRED BY EXHIBITOR COMPETITION Sponsored by Eukanuba $250.00 Cash for BBE in Show Prize for each BBE in Group Dog must be entered in the Bred by Class.
No Canadian Champions of record may participate Complementary Barbecue for Exhibitors after BIS – Behind the Kinsman Hall in Ring 8 REPRODUCTION SEMINAR – Dr. Emmanuel Fontaine – sponsored by Eukanuba – Kinsman Hall 7:00 to 9:00 PM SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2018 Two All-Breed Obedience Trials (indoors) Two All-Breed Obedience Trials (indoors) BOOSTERS Belgian Shepherd Dog Club of Canada, Canadian Scottish Terrier Club of Canada, English Setter Club of Canada, Gazehound Ontario SUPPORTED BREEDS Bulldogs, Pomeranians, Toy Poodles, Welsh Springer Spaniels, Australian Terriers ZONE 6 JUNIOR HANDLER FINALS Conformation after BIS Obedience – time to be announced SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 2018 Two All-Breed Obedience Trials (indoors) Two All-Breed Obedience Trials (indoors) BOOSTERS Basset Club of Canada, German Shorthaired Pointer Club of Canada, Havanese Fanciers of Canada, Leonberger Club of Canada, Norfolk Club of Canada, Pug Club of Canada English Springer Spaniel Club of Canada (Ltd.
Breed Show) SUPPORTED BREEDS Afghans, Akitas, Basenjis, Dachshunds (All Varieties), English Cocker Spaniels, Great Danes, Miniature Schnauzers, West Highland White Terriers TWO LIMITED BREED SHOWS Limited Group 1 Spaniel Show and Limited Scenthound Show.
ESKC JUNIOR HANDLING Sunday, June 3, 2018 - Conformation – Judge – Amy Walters-Horth, Ontario, Canada Obedience – Judge – Darwin Boles, Ontario Canada BEST OF THE SPECIALTIES Held after BIS – judged by Carmen Haller, Langley, B.C., Canada Rosettes donated by MJN Show Services Best of the Specialties – $1500.00 donated by Entry Line, Erie Shores Kennel Club & Eukanuba Reserve Best of the Specialties - $500.00 donated by Specialty Holding Clubs BINGO Held in the Kinsman Hall after the Best of the Specialties MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2018 All Breed Show – Baby Puppy, Altered & Veteran **Offered on Monday Only** BOOSTERS Basenji Club of Canada, Irish Red & White Setter Club of Canada, Pointer Club of Canada SUPPORTED BREEDS Afghans, Borzois, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Shetland Sheepdogs, Whippets BEST OWNER HANDLER COMPETITION $100.00 Cash for Best Owner/Handler in Show - $30.00 Cash for Best Owner/Handler in Group This competition is only open to exhibitors who have never been paid to handle a dog ALL BREED PUPPY AND VETERAN SWEEPSTAKES - Starts at noon Baby Puppy Class in Puppy Sweepstakes
President Dianne Ritchie Vice President Sue Wilcox Treasurer Sarah Smith Secretary Anne Smith Directors Richard Anderson Jan Carpenter David Smith Sharron Williams Website www.erieshoreskennelclub.net ERIE SHORES KENNEL CLUB OFFICERS SHOW COMMITTEE Show Chair Anne Smith (905) 701-0472 email@example.com Obedience Show Chair Sue Wilcox (289) 990-3392 firstname.lastname@example.org Show Superintendent & Secretary MJN Show Services 9 Samya Court Scarborough, ON M1R 2A4 (416) 759-8593 www.mjnshowservices.com Hospitality Sarah Smith Chief Ring Steward Kerrie-Lyn Taylor Parking, Booths and Camping Dianne Ritchie (519) 766-9645 email@example.com Trophies Anne Smith Show Photographer RINGSIDE IMAGES.CA 136 Country Club Drive, Bath, Ontario K0H 100 Dean.Dennis@RINGSIDEIMAGES.
CA 613-583-3316 Show Veterinarian Grand River Veterinary Clinic (905) 765-0001 Hwy. 6 (north of the railway tracks) Dunnville Veterinary Clinic, Dunnville 905-774-7642 45 minutes from the Show site (on call for emergencies) CATALOGUE ADVERTISING If you would like to advertise in our catalogue, cost is $25.00 per page. Ads will be in black & white and may include photos. Email ads to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail them to: Roma Rojik 255 Thirty Rd, Beamsville, ON L0R 1B2 Payment should be sent to the above address with a cheque made out to Erie Shores Kennel Club.
CKC INFORMATION The Canadian Kennel Club Mr. Lance Novak 200 Ronson Drive, Suite 400 Executive Director Etobicoke, ON M9W 5Z9 email@example.com Phone: (416) 675-5511 Fax: (416) 675-6506 Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. M - F CKC Director: Dr. Paul Eckford, PHD firstname.lastname@example.org Breslau, Ontario Conformation Representative: Patrick Mudge Obedience Representatives: Delvyn Lunn and Marie Sawford
JUDGES Rita Biddle 12523 Forest Hill Rd., Eagle, Michigan, USA 48822-9721 John Constantine - Amodei 1691 Beaver Hollow Dr., Jeffersonville, Pennsylvania, USA 19403 Robert Dawson Global Green Growth Institute, 19th Floor, Bldg.
21 - 15, Jeongdonggil, Jung-gu, Seoul, 04518, Republic of South Korea Carmen Haller 24311 57 Ave., Langley, B.C., Canada V2Z 1G6 Elizabeth Hindley 20 Debenham St., Mawson, ACT 2607, Australia Lydia Hutchinson 7400 Holter Rd., Middletown, Maryland, USA 21769 0 6606 Frank Kane 71 Coast Rd., Red Car, Cleveland, UK TS10 3RD Paula Nykiel P.O. Box 1070, Washington, Missouri, USA 63090 - 8070 Robert Shreve 7979 W. 28th St., Greeley, Colorado, USA 80634 - 9645 Claire (Kitty) Steidel 10040 E. Happy Valley Rd., Unit 229, Scotsdale, Arizona, USA 85255 Juan Carlos Vasconsellos P. O. Box 1677, Asuncion, Paraguay David Wong G.P.O.
Box 963, Sydney, N.S.W., 2001, Australia OWNER-HANDLER COMPETITION MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2018 In order to participate, exhibitors MUST check off the Owner-Handler box on the entry form. Dogs must be Owner-Handled throughout the competition.
Procedure for judging: The owner-handler judging follows the same process as regular breed judging. For example, if the Best of Breed dog is owner-handled, they are automatically awarded Owner-Handled Best of Breed. If further judging in required, it will take place after regular breed judging. At the Group level, if no owner-handled dog places first to fourth in the group, all owner-handled Best of Breed dogs will be called back into the ring. Again, if the Best in Show dog is owner-handled, they will be automatically awarded Owner-Handled Best in Show.
Professional handlers can not compete in this competition, Best Owner-Handler in Group will receive a Rosette and $25.00 donated by ESKC Best Owner-Handler in Show will receive a Rosette, $100.00 and a prize donated by ESKC
ENTRY FEES CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS AND SPECIALTIES Entry fee of each dog, per show including Specialties $ 32.00 Non-Regular classes (each for Specialties $ 15.00 Sweepstakes & Veteran Sweepstakes (all breed & Specialty $ 12.00 Listing Fee per dog, per show $ 11.30 BabyPuppy/VeteranClass/SexuallyAltered(AllBreed–Mon.only) .$12.00 Baby Puppy Class/Sexually Altered (Specialty Shows $ 12.00 Exhibition Only $ 10.00 Brace Class, (Friday $ 10.00 Pre-ordered Catalogue / At the Show $ 15.00 / $20.00 AllfeesincludeH.S.T.andareinCanadianFunds.Alistingfeeispayable for all dogs entered at shows who do not have an individual C.K.C.
registration number, or an E.R.N.
All cheques & money orders are to be made payable to Erie Shores Kennel Club and mailed to: MJN Show Services 9 Samya Court Scarborough, ON M1R 2A4 Entries close 8:00 p.m. Monday May 14, 2018 FAX/CREDIT CARD ENTRIESMJN SHOW SERVICES MJN Show Services – Fax Number: 416-759-7790 MJN Show Services will accept entries when paid by VISA, MasterCard, American Express or e-mail transfer. The fee for this service is 10% of the total entry fee. Declined credit cards will be deemed non–payment and entries will be returned. Entries processed by credit card and then cancelled before closing time will be charged a fee of $3.00.
MJN Show Serviceswillnotbeheldresponsibleforanydifficultiesencounteredwith fax transmissions. Please call to confirm receipt prior to closing. TELEPHONE ENTRY SERVICE THE ENTRY LINE–Internet site: www.theentryline.com (519) 754-0393 1-800-293-2935 Fax: (519) 754-0796 Mastercard/Visa/American Express. The Entry Line will close off their telephone and fax lines 2 hours before closing on Monday, May 14, 2018. This is a privately owned business that charges a fee for their service. MJN Show Services is not responsible for any errors made through The Entry Line.
USA EXHIBITORS Bank drafts or money orders in Canadian Funds and personal cheques, payableinU.S.funds,andforthefullamountoftheentrywillbeaccepted. Personallydiscountedchequeswillnotbehonoured.Pleasedonotmark personal cheques“Payable in Canadian Funds”or“At Par”as such items are not cleared through the banks. Your cooperation is appreciated. BOOTH RENTALS For booth space rental, please contact Dianne Ritchie by email at: email@example.com or phone (519) 766-9645. Rates: 10’x 10’for $25.00/day or $90.00/4 days 10’x 20’for $40.00/day or $125.00/4 days CATALOGUES Catalogues are available on a PRE-ORDER basis.
Those who wish to preorderatapriceof$15.00maydosobyindicatingthisontheirentryform. Yourcataloguewillbewaitingforyouattheshow.Therewillbealimited number of catalogues available for sale at the show for a price of $20.00.
Group Fri. June 1 Sat. June 2 Sun. June 3 Mon. June 4 1 Robert Dawson * All Breeds in Group except Retriever (Chesapeake Bay), Retriever (Curly-coated), Retriever (Flat-coated), Retriever (Labrador), Retriever (N.S. Duck Tolling), Setter (Gordon), Setter (Irish), Setter (Irish Red & White) Frank Kane Balance of Breeds Robert Shreve* Barbet to and including Setter (Irish Red & White), Spinone Italiano and Weimaraner NO CLASSES FOR RETRIEVER (LABRADOR) Juan Carlos Vasconsellos Balance of Breeds Claire (Kitty) Steidel* Barbet to and including Pudelpointer, Setter (English), Setter (Gordon) Setter (Irish), Setter (Irish Red & White), Spaniel (Blue Picardy), Spaniel (Brittany), Spaniel (French), Spinone Italiano, Vizsla (Smooth), Vizsla (Wirehaired) and Weimaraner NO CLASSES FOR RETRIEVER (LABRADOR) David Wong Balance of Breeds Paula Nykiel* All Breeds in Group except Pointer, Pointer (German Shorthaired) , Retriever (Golden) Setter (English) and Setter (Irish Red & White) Frank Kane Pointer (German Shorthaired) Carmen Haller Balance of Breeds 2 Elizabeth Hindley* Rita Biddle* Robert Dawson * All Breeds in Group except Basenji, Borzoi and Whippet Frank Kane Basenji, Borzoi and Whippet David Wong* All Breeds in Group except Borzoi Paula Nykiel Borzoi 3 Paula Nykiel* Juan Carlos Vasconsellos* Rita Biddle* All Breeds in Group except Leonberger Frank Kane Leonberger Robert Shreve* 2018 JUDGING ASSIGNMENTS
4 Robert Shreve* Lydia Hutchinson* All Breeds in group except Cairn Terrier Frank Kane Cairn Terrier John Constantine - Amodei * All Breed in Group except Scottish Terrier Robert Dawson Scottish Terrier Juan Carlos Vasconsellos* 5 Lydia Hutchinson* John Constantine - Amodei * Robert Dawson* All Breeds in Group except Chinese Crested and Havanese Juan Carlos Vasconsellos Chinese Crested Claire (Kitty) Steidel Havanese Elizabeth Hindley* All Breeds in Group except Havanese Juan Carlos Vasconsellos Havanese 6 Frank Kane* Elizabeth Hindley* Rita Biddle* Robert Dawson* 7 Juan Carlos Vasconsellos* Lydia Hutchinson* Robert Shreve* All Breeds in Group except Belgian Shepherd Dog Frank Kane Belgian Shepherd Dog Carmen Haller* BIS RBIS BPIS Robert Shreve Best Bred By Exhibitor in Show Best Brace in Show Juan Carlos Vasconsellos Robert Dawson Elizabeth Hindley Best Baby Puppy in Show Best Veteran in Show Best Altered in Show Best Owner Handler in Show Group Fri.
June 1 Sat. June 2 Sun. June 3 Mon. June 4 *Denotes Group Judging
JUDGES’BIOGRAPHIES 2018 CONFORMATION JUDGES RITA J. BIDDLE, MICHIGAN, USA My name is Rita J. Biddle, and I’m delighted to be judging the Erie Shores KC shows again. I’ve always enjoyed being a part of your shows. I began my career in the sport of purebred dogs over 45 years ago with Great Danes. In the early ‘80s, I became interested in the Akita after taking care of one for a friend and had the two breeds simultaneously until I lost my last Dane in 1997. My kennel name is O’Ryan. While quite a few of my Danes became champions, my involvement with the Akita has been more intense resulting in many champions.
My line produced foundation stock for several kennels including a bitch who became one of the top producers in breed history with 16 champions from four different sires. One of her offspring was the youngest Akita to ever go BIS.
My Akitas have ranked in the top 10 over the years and have received Awards of Merit at Akita National Specialties and last year won Select Dog. They also have won group placements and my male won an Award of Merit at this year’s Westminster Dog Show. I also have been very active in my all breed club, Ingham Co. KC, and have served in various officer positions and have been the club’s Delegate to the AKC since 2005. In March of last year my fellow Delegates elected me to the Board of Directors of the American Kennel Club. My parent club activities include serving as Past President and Board member of the Akita Club of AmericaandasapastVice-PresidentandBoardMemberoftheUnitedStatesNeapolitanMas tiffClub.
In the mid-80s, I began judging matches and fell in love with that side of the sport. I thoroughly enjoy studying the various breeds and find their history and the purpose for which they were bred to be most fascinating. I am always impressed that form follows function and how so many of the standards reflect this fact. When judging, I try my best to find the exhibits that most closely fit their standard. I have judged all over the US at all breed shows, regional and national specialties. I’ve also been honored and privileged to judge all breed shows and specialties in Canada, Mexico, the UK, and Europe.
It is always a thrill for me to put my hands on a dog and then to watch it move and evaluate it against its standard. There are many great moments in judging, such as: putting a young puppy at ease and feeling them relax in your hands and start to have a good time, finding a young dog that goes on to become one of the greats in its breed, and having an exhibit that takes your breath away standing or moving. The whole judging process is a most challenging and rewarding endeavor. I am happy to have the sport of pure bred dogs as a major part of my life and am most pleased to be with you this weekend.
JOHN CONSTANTINE-AM0DEI, PENNSYLVANIA, USA John first became involved in dogs when he was a teenager in the 1970’s, working several dogs through to their Obedience titles. In 1979, John purchased his first Miniature Schnauzer. During the 1980’sheapprenticedunderSchnauzerhandlersSueBainesandJackieHicks(Irrenhaus) .Duringthat time, he developed his Schnauzer line based on the Irrenhaus dogs. John developed his Brussels Griffon line based on a black smooth French import combined with the American Norkus, Canadian Lorricbrook and UK Marquant lines. John became involved in Boston Terriers through his husband, Lloyd Amodei and has been enthusiastically breeding and exhibiting Bostons since then.
While maintaining a full-time job, John has been breeding Schnauzers and Brussels Griffons for over 35 years. Over those years, he bred over 125 champions, including group and Best in Show winners and handled over 150 champions. He bred the top Miniature Schnauzer in United Kingdom in 2003 and the first duel USA/United Kingdom Champion. He has judged the American Brussels Griffon
AssociationNationalSpecialty.andtheAmericanMiniatureSchnauzerClub’sNational Specialtytwice. JohnhasjudgedmanyregionalspecialtiesintheUSAandNationalSpecialtiesinJapan,C hina,Finland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Canada, Denmark and Argentina. He is presently approved to judge the Terrier Group, the Working Group, Toy Group and Non-Sporting Group, as well as Best in Show. John has served as the President of the American Miniature Schnauzer Club from 2005 until 2013. Previously, he served asVice President for five years and had been a Board Member for over 15 years, as well as assuming many committee positions over the years.
He is currently the Judge’s Education Coordinator.JohnisalsoamemberoftheMontgomeryCountyKennelClub.Heisafoundingm ember and President of the Liberty Brussels Griffon Club. He is a member of the Boston Terrier Club of America, the Tri-Angle Boston Terrier club, as well as several Kennel Clubs, including Hatboro Dog Club and Penn Treaty Kennel Club for which he has served as Show Chairman. ROBERT L. T. DAWSON, SEOUL, KOREA BobDawsonisanAustralianwhohasworkedintheAsiaandthePacificregionforover40yea rs,based in Manila Philippines and now, Seoul, South Korea. Mr. Dawson has been a Director on the Board of the Philippine Canine Club Inc., (PCCI) the parent canine body in the Philippines and is a life member of that organization.
Since coming to Korea, he has conducted seminars for judges and exhibitors. In dogs, Bob has concentrated on Toy and Companion dogs (Pugs, Chihuahua, Japanese Chins and Boston Terriers) and Hounds (Basenji, Miniature Dachshund, and Whippets) breeding and campaigning many to their Philippine Grand Champions and Champions. He has also made-up AKC Champions. He remains active in the show ring and has won several Best in Shows with his dogs. His kennel prefix is“Kawana”. He was the first person to introduce Basenjis into the Philippines; acquiring several top lines form the USA. He combined the various lines and produced several champions, grand champions and group winners.
Mr. Dawson judges all-breeds and is recognized in several countries as well as the FCI and AKU. He has judged on all six continents, including in Australia and New Zealand; South Africa, Brazil, several countries in Europe including Finland, Switzerland, Latvia, Ireland, Russia, Germany, England, and Sweden; in the United States and Canada, and in most of the countries in Asia including India, Thailand,Indonesia,Singapore,Malaysia,SouthKorea,JapanandthePhilippines.Heh asofficiatedat many specialties, as well as Dog of theYear competitions in Australia, South Africa, Europe, and Asia. OvertheyearsMr.Dawsonhasbeenactiveintheadministrationofclubs,includingthePu gClubofthe Philippines, the BostonTerrier Club of the Philippines, and the Hound Group Club of the Philippines.
He has been involved in the development and implementation of Judges’Training Schemes. Mr. Dawson is currently Deputy Director-General of the Global Green Growth Institute (www.GGGI. ORG) an international organization dedicated to creating economic development, mindful of the environment and human needs.
CARMEN HALLER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA Carmen Haller is a retired Elementary School teacher. She received a Bachelor of Education Degree from the University of British Columbia and did post Graduate work at Simon Fraser University. She has been active in the Canadian Kennel Club and has served on many committees as well as the Board of Directors. She is past Vice-President (Programs) for the Canadian Dog Judges’Association. Responsibilities included organizing the annual Advanced Judges Conference on behalf of the Canadian Kennel Club and the Canadian Dog Judges’ Association. In addition, she is Chair of the CanadianKennelClubExaminingCommitteeoverseeingreinstatementandregistrationa pplications.
She is Vice-president of the BC Siberian Husky Club.
She began exhibiting in 1973. Since that time, she has bred Dobermans andVizslas under the Carvon prefix. Her kennel name and pictures of foundation stock are featured in the book, The World of
Doberman Pinschers by Anna Katherine Nicholas. She showed the Vizsla,“Vizsta’s Royal Pacesetter” to #6 sporting dog in Canada in 1991, making him Canada’s top winning Vizsla of all time. He is featured in the Book The Vizsla by Bernard C. Boggs. She and her husband, have owned and shown group placing, Best in Specialty and Best in Show Siberian Huskies. The latest addition to their household is a West Highland White Terrier.
She has judged in Canada, Mexico, Finland, Ireland, Japan, the U.S.A, including Hawaii, Hong Kong, South Africa, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, India,Thailand, China. Philippines, Korea, Argentina and Colombia.
ELIZABETH HINDLEY, AUSTRALIA I grew up with my parents and grandparents owning Cattle Dogs, Corgis, Irish Terriers and Cocker Spaniels. I am President of the National Capital Kennel Club in Canberra. We run a three-day cluster in April. In the early 1970’s I was successful in breeding and showing West Highland White Terriers. In 1982 I became involved with Norfolk Terriers importing many from the UK and the USA since that time. I have been successful in the show ring winning Best in Shows All Breeds and several gaining their Grand and Supreme Championships. In addition, I have been closely involved with the Norwich Terrier as well as showing and handling Dalmatians and German Shepherds.
I gained my judges licence forTerriers in 2002 following this up with myToy licence in 2006. During this time, I had the opportunity to judge not just in Australia but also New Zealand. In 2008 I travelled to Canada to judge the Norfolk Terrier Club of Canada’s specialty and 2011 I was invited to judge the Norfolk Terrier Club of GB show and in 2012 I judged the Blue Bonnet Norfolk Terrier Club show in San Antonio.
January 2016, I judged in Florida Toys, Terriers and the Samoyed specialty along with Dobermans and Rottweilers. In October 2016 I judged in South Africa judging terriers, toys, non-sporting and utility. One day judging to FCI standards. This year I have been invited to judge the Norfolk Terriers at Montgomery USA and the Scottish Terrier Club of Washington DC specialty. I am licensed to judge Toys, Terriers, Hounds, Utility and Non-sporting. LYDIA COLEMAN HUTCHINSON, MARYLAND, USA Lydia has been involved with dogs her entire life and attended her first dog show with her parents in 1949.
The breed to which she has devoted her life is the Cairn Terrier.
Her WOLFPIT KENNEL, shared with her deceased parents, has accounted for over 273 AKC Champions, including numerous top winners and producers. The first WOLFPIT litter was born in 1941 and the most recent in May 2015. The success of the WOLFPIT breeding program can be attributed to Lydia’s wise decisions in using linebreedingandjudiciousoutcrosses.AlthoughthemajorityofWOLFPITlittersareof pureWOLFPIT bloodlines, over the years four bitches have been imported from overseas. Lydia was able to see and/ or judge their parents before deciding to acquire them, making it possible for her to get an idea of the bloodlines behind them.
Each of them became Champions and, bred to her homebred dogs, also became Top Producers.
More important than the success the WOLFPIT dogs have enjoyed in the show ring is the fact that several dozen Cairn breeders have usedWOLFPIT dogs to incorporate into their breeding programs
with a positive affect. In addition to dogs sold to owners in the U.S.A., her dogs have been exported to Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Germany, and Russia. Just a few of the outstanding winners and producers from the kennel are: Ch. Caledonian Berry ofWolfpit (multiBIS and specialty winner, sire of 36 Chs), Gch. Caledonian In-For-A-Penny ofWolfpit (top 5 Cairn for 2 years), Ch.
Bonnie Bairn of Wolfpit (group winner & top producer), Ch. Persimmon of Wolfpit (specialty winner, sire of 27 Chs.), Ch. Cairnwoods Quince (BIS winner & winner of CTCA 4 times, sire of 51 Chs.) Ch. Cairnhoe Highlander ofWolfpit (CTCA specialty winner, sire of 12 Chs.), Ch. Cairnhoe Alliance ofWolfpit (dam of 10 Chs.), Ch. Birselaw Peggy Sue (dam of 9 Chs.). The current flag-bearer is GCh. Caledonian Tea Time of Wolfpit (group & specialty winner, promising sire of 5 recent Chs.). In addition to being an active breeder, Lydia has served as an AKC judge for 54 years and has also judged in numerous countries abroad.
She is a past President of the Cairn Terrier Club of America and currently serves on the Board of Governors. She is a founder of the Potomac CairnTerrier Club as well as the Bay Area Judges Association. She also isVice President of the ColumbiaTerrier Association of Maryland and Treasurer of the Mason Dixon Dog Judges Association.
FRANK KANE, GREAT BRITIAN Frank Kane showed his first dog, a cocker spaniel as a schoolboy, and he has been involved in the dog world ever since. Whilst at University he co-owned and handled two Sealyham Terriers to their titles. In 1970 he obtained two American cocker spaniel bitches as a foundation for his HIRONTOWER kennel. One of these bitches became a champion and both produced champions. 13 UK Champions were produced with others overseas. The Cockers have also remained a permanent favourite and CCs were won with these also. Frank has also been heavily involved in Dachshunds, Afghans and Great Danes and has handled champions in all of those breeds.
First awarding challenge certificates in the UK IN 1974, Frank is now approved to award CCs in 110 breeds and judges all groups and Best in Show in the UK and has judged all groups and Best in Show under FCI rules. He judged Best in Show at Crufts in 2012. Frank is a member of the Kennel Club Board of Directors and Chairman of the Breed Standards Committee. He is also chairman of one of the Dog Health groups. Frank is author of several books on dogs and his book “Judging the Gundog Breeds” is much acclaimed worldwide. Outside his canine interests Frank is a keen horseman and has judged at some prestigious shows in the UK.
PAULA NYKIEL, MISSOURI, USA Paula Nykiel has been involved in purebred dogs for over 40 years. She began as a breeder-ownerhandler of Pointers and has bred over 50 champions under the Sydmar banner, including the breed’s all-time top producer, Ch. Sydmar the Heartless Wench. She handled her Pointers to number one rankings in 1978, 1979, and 1982, scoring 15 all-breed Bests in Show, over 50 group firsts, and Best of Breed at the American Pointer Club national specialty. Mrs. Nykiel is approved to judge the Sporting and Working groups, 16 Hound Breeds and German Shepherd Dogs. She has judged at twenty-one national specialties and numerous international venues.
Mrs. Nykiel is a past director and Futurity/Maturity chairman of the American Pointer Club. She was a founding member and officer of the Missouri Rhineland Kennel Club and the Gateway Sporting Dog Association and is a member of the Three Rivers Kennel Club. Mrs. Nykiel and her husband of 45 years, Frank Nykiel, have two grown daughters and three granddaughters and one grandson. The Nykiel family converted an 1860’s corn-cob pipe factory into their home and gardens on the Missouri River.
ROBERT SHREVE, COLORADO, USA Mr. Shreve was raised in Sioux Falls, SD.
with a smooth fox terrier as his best friend. Shortly after graduating from college a fraternity brother offered Bob a German Shepherd puppy. In 1968 after the family moved to Greeley, Colorado the Shreve children decide that the shepherd was too big for doll clothes and she was falling out of the red wagon. They wanted a smaller dog. As a 10th anniversary present Bob purchased aWest HighlandWhiteTerrier. Within a year the eldest daughter was given a Wire Fox Terrier and for the next 25 years Bob and his wife Marietta bred Westies and Wires Foxes and showed them throughout the Rocky Mountain region.
Bob was elected President of Greeley Kennel Club in 1971 and served as president on five occasions for a total of 21 years. He also served six years on the Board of Directors of the West Highland White Terrier Club of America. Bob was granted approval to judge FoxTerriers and West Highlands on April 14, 1978. He received his approval to judge the Terrier Group January 1, 1988, Herding Group in 1994, Working Group in 2002, Sporting Group in 2010, Non-Sporting Group in 2014. In addition, he is approved to judge 8 Hounds and 3 Toys breeds. Bob judges between 60 and 70 shows a year. He has judged the top twenty for the Akitas, Alaskan Malamutes, Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, Bouvier des Flanders, Keeshond, Lhasa Apso and Tibetan Terriers.
Internationally he has judged in Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Columbia, Mexico, New Zealand and Thailand.
Bob graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in Art and a Masters in Architecture. He moved to Greeley to work for a large architectural and engineering firm. He became a managing partner in 1978 and he left the firm in late 1993 to open his own firm. He continues to work at Robert Shreve Architects and Planners specializing in industrial, commercial and educational structures. KITTY STEIDEL (CLAIRE K), ARIZONA, USA I grew up with dogs—an Irish Setter, a English Setter and any stray I found, so it was no surprise that I was drawn to dog shows. Under the Sanchu prefix, my husband, Chuck, and I have been involved with Basset Hounds since 1968 and PBGV’s since their introduction to the U.S.
in 1983. Always an ownerhandler,IshowedproudlyinBredByExhibitorclassesuntilIwasapprovedtojudge theHound Group; I then retired from going in the ring personally. Many of our Bassets and those related to ours have earned top honors at the BHCA Nationals from 1993 Ch Sanchu’s Hot Toddy (BOB) until the present.OurretiredspecialCh.Topsfield-SanchuEenieMeenieMineyMoe,akaTiger,wa sBOBin2013. In the past I have been the Gazette breed columnist for the PBGVCA, written a monthly column for Sight and Scent, the all hound magazine. I have served as the JEC Chair for the PBGV club since the founding of the club in 1984 served as PBGVCA’s first President, and registered the first PBGV with the AKC, Ch Babette de la Garonne.
I have spent 30+ years on the Basset Club of America’s JEC, served 14 years as Delegate to the AKC, am currently a member of the Board of the Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen Club of America. I helped originate the Scottsdale Dog Judges Workshop, newly named the Arizona Dog Judges Education, and The Golden Gate Judges Seminars for rarer breeds. The following clubs have honored me with Life Membership: Basset Hound Club of America, PBGV Club of America, Scottsdale Dog Fanciers, and Channel City KC. I give frequent presentations on the PBGVs, Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen and Bassets. I have judged in the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark as well as New Zealand, Australia and Argentina.
In 1987 my book, Understanding the Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen (Orient) received a nomination for best breed book by the Dog Writers Association of America. It was the first book written in any language devoted exclusively to the PBGV. IgraduatedfromWellsCollegeinAurora,NYwithamajorinEnglish.FollowingthisIearn edaMaster’s Degree from Cornell University. I taught Junior High English and ESOL in public and private schools and sold Real Estate
I am approved to judge Hounds and Sporting Groups, 11Toys; Permit status for 8 toys and Miniature American Shepherds, Aussies.
Living with us are one Basset, retired BIS and BISS winner,Tiger, and a 3 year old Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen, Sidekick Sanchu Gilbey on Ice who just started his show career. JUAN CARLOS VASCONSELLOS, PARAGUAY I was born in en Asunción, Paraguay, Architect by profession, All Round Judge for the Paraguay Kennel Club and the FCI (Federation Cinologique Internationale). I have dedicated my self to the Cinofília since I was very young.
IhavebeenabreederandexhibitorofSalukissince1976. Salukisfrommykennel“AnjalSahara”(Sons of the Desert) have obtained numerous victories, World Championships, International Championships, Latin American Championships and from various countries, as well as Best in Show in Latin American countries and Best of the Group in Europe and USA. Salukis from my kennel“Anjal Sahara”have been Dog of the Year (All Breed) and Puppy of the year (All Breed) for many years in my country. Over the years my Kennel has had 9 World Champions and 1 European Champion (FCI). For more than 20 years I have occupied various positions in the Paraguay Kennel Club, in the Management Committee, as Secretariat of the Management Committee, Vice-President and President, as well as the Show Committee.
At the moment I am Lifelong Member of the Paraguayan Kennel Club. I am a founding member of the Saluki Club of Paraguay, of which at the moment I am its President. I have been a representative of the PKC at Sicalam Meetings (Sociedad de Intercambio de la Cinofilia Latino Americana), from its beginning, and World Meetings of the FCI. I have been the owner of the following breeds: German Shepherd, English Cocker Spaniel, Smooth FoxTerrier,Labrador,Whippet,andDobermann. AtthemomentIownofthefollowingbreeds:Welsh Corgi Pembroke and Saluki; and I am still breeding Salukis. Salukis from my kennels are found, in addition to Paraguay, in prestigious kennels in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Venezuela, Mexico, USA, Spain, Portugal and Finland.
I have judged in shows like“The Eukanuba Cup”in Sao Paulo, Brazil in 2003; in“The Saluki Speciality Show”in Seattle, USA; in“The Huron Valley Saluki Club”in Michigan; in“The San Angeles Saluki Club”in Lompoc, California;“The Royal Canberra Show”and“TheWestern Classic”in Perth, Australia, the“Uitenhage Kennel Club”,“Port Elizabeth Kennel Club”and“Walmer & Suburban Kennel Club”in Port Elizabeth, South Africa in April 2008; the National of“The Saluki Club”,“TheWestern Gazehound Club”and the all breed show of“The Pacific Kennel Club”in Vancouver, Canada in July 2008, in the Sarnia Kennel Club, Canada; the Saluki Specialty of Flash Club in USA and in the following countries: Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Portugal, Spain, Norway, Japan, Australia, South Africa and Paraguay.
DAVID WONG, AUSTRALIA I was born to a family that always had Pointers and Setters for hunting in the Colony of Hong Kong. My late father was a keen hunter and a great shot. When I was 13 years old he gave me a side by side Winchester 20-gauge model 21 (a rare gun now) to learn to shoot skeet at the HKGC as he was the President for many years. He also created the only gun licensee in Hong Kong and that lasted for decades from 1929. My sisters and I learned to do competitive shooting from when we were very young in skeet, trap and rifle competition. We hunted partridges, snipe, duck and quail and
woodcocks in the New Territories on Kowloon, Hong Kong. In that era the hills and the mountains were full of game and so very sparsely populated and the countryside was so beautiful. We always had superb pointers and setters for hunting partridges. It was not until I finished Sydney University studies that I was introduced by some friends of other breeds to go to see dog shows in Sydney. After a few times, I was hooked on showing Pointers. My late father was most annoyed with me to show dogs instead of using the dogs solely for hunting leisure. My luck came when I read and saw the English Field and Country Life magazine in early 1964.
There were two to three pages written on the well-known Crookrise Pointers owned byWalter Edmondson in Skipton, Yorkshire. Walter was about to die of cancer and so the two magazines wrote such an alluring life of this famous man and his Pointers with some beautiful photographs of Crookrise Vogue,CrookriseDuncansonandCrookriseBriar.Thosefewdogscapturedmyheartandsou latonce. Being young and wanting to own this type of Pointers I was fortunate enough to get hold of Kitty Edmondson by phone at her home at the Gardens House near Skipton. From the moment when I called, Kitty and I became friends for over 30 years or more.
Our relationship developed into trusting friendship till nowadays even after her passing. I have her beautiful dogs and also bred some beautiful dogs that have won BIS not just for myself but for others. I also trained them for the gun and my dual-purpose devotion took me to grouse shooting by the kind invitation of Lady Jean Forde of Isle of Arran fame. My father gave me a Churchill side by side 12-gauge shotgun to take to Scotland to grouse shoot on Arran together with hunting jacket, breeches and boots. Through the famous Crookrise Pointers of Kitty Edmondson and her daughter Cicely Robertshaw I also met manyprominentpointerbreedersandjudgesofvariousbreedswhobecamemymentorsinthe UK.I learnedsomuchfromthemandtheirdogs.WithoutthemIwouldneverbeassuccessfulasIam today.
I am qualified to judge all breeds of Gundogs and Hounds. I judged Crufts, American Pointer Club National and The Southern Pointer Club championship show twice in England. I judged in various championship shows in England and Scotland, Sweden, Finland, Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Gibraltar, Ireland, Hong Kong, Australia.
Such is my brief story of my dog life. OBEDIENCE JUDGES DARWIN BOLES, ONTARIO, CANADA In my role as a licensed Obedience and Rally judge, I have the pleasure of judging across Canada and theUnitedStatesandsharingwithclubsandexhibitorsthecommongoalofsupportingper formance events. I am the past President of the Golden Retriever Club of Canada and am the President of the Canadian Association of Obedience Trial Judges. I wish the best of luck to all our competitors this weekend and I thank the Club for inviting me to this great event.
LISA DAY, ONTARIO, CANADA There are many dog-related facets to my life.
As a licensed Obedience and Rally judge, I have the pleasure of judging performance events. In my profession as a Certified Master Groomer and Certifier I own my own salon and hold groomer certification/evaluation clinics across Canada. I am in the process of getting my new Standard Poodle pup and so the process will start all over again of me competing in obedience and rally with my canine partner. I have earned hundreds of High in Trial rosettes with my standard poodles over the years, was number two ranked obedience team in Canada, won the obedience competition title at the Poodle Club of America’s National Specialty.
I look forward to judging for the Club this weekend and I wish good luck to all competitors.
BEST BRED BY EXHIBITOR COMPETITION FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018 The dog must be entered in either Bred By Dog Class or Bred By Bitch Class in their respective breeds. Best Bred By in Breed will be selected from the 1st place winners in these two classes. All Best Bred By Exhibitor in Breed winners will compete for Best Bred By Exhibitor in their respective groups. The Best Bred By Exhibitor from each group will compete for Best Bred By Exhibitor in Show. Cash prize for Best Bred By Exhibitor in Show is $250.00, donated by Eukanuba Prize for each Bred By Exhibitor in Group No Canadian Champions of Record may participate in this class.
The breeder/owner MUST show the dog through each level of the competition. PLEASE NOTE NO PERSON OTHER THAN RINGSIDE IMAGES.CA IS PERMITTED TO TAKE OFFICIAL OR PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHS AT THIS SHOW BEST OF THE SPECIALTIES HELD AFTER BEST IN SHOW, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 2018 JUDGE: CARMEN HALLER, LANGLEY, B.C., CANADA $1500.00 donated by Entry Line, Erie Shores Kennel Club and Eukanuba for the Best of the Specialties $500.00 donated by the participating Specialties for Reserve Best of the Specialties Rosettes donated by MJN Show Services will be awarded
TROPHY LIST CONFORMATION SHOWS The Erie Shores Kennel Club (E.S.K.C.) is pleased to offer, unless stated otherwise, the following awards at each show. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018 Best in Show & Best Puppy in Show – Prize donated by Canadian Dog Fancier Magazine and Eukanuba Best In Show, Best Puppy in Show, 1st in Each Group, Best Puppy in Each Group – Prize & Rosette donated by Erie Shores Kennel Club Reserve Best in Show - Rosette donated by ESKC Best Brace in Show - $200.00 cash and a rosette donated by ESKC Best Brace in Group – Prize & Rosette donated by ESKC Best Bred By Exhibitor in Show - $250.00 cash donated by Eukanuba & Rosette donated by ESKC Best Bred By Exhibitor in Group – prize donated by Eukanuba & Rosette donated by ESKC Limited Breed Shows - Limited Group 3 Show; Limited Retriever Show - Erie Shores Kennel Club will provide a prize for BOB & BP for each breed in the Limited Shows.
Prize for Best in Group and Best Puppy in Group SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2018 Best in Show, Best Puppy in Show – Prize donated by Canadian Dog Fancier Magazine & Eukanuba Best in Show, Best Puppy in Show – Prize & Rosette donated by ESKC Perpetual Trophy donated by Kevin Urquhart, Best in Show Dog Supplies Reserve Best in Show - Rosette donated by ESKC First in Each Group & Best Puppy in Each Group – Prize donated by Doug Carter, K9 Grooming and rosettes donated by Erie Shores Kennel Club SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 2018 Best in Show & Best Puppy in Show – Prize donated by Canadian Dog Fancier Magazine and Eukanuba Best in Show - $100.00 cash and a rosette donated by Erie Shores Reserve Best in Show - Rosette donated by ESKC Best Puppy in Show - $50.00 cash donated by Dianne Ritchie & a rosette donated by ESKC First in Each Group & Best Puppy in Each Group –Prize & Rosette donated by ESKC BEST OF THE SPECIALTIES - $1500.00 Prize donated by Entry Line, Eukanuba and Erie Shores Kennel Club – Rosette donated by MJN RESERVE BEST OF THE SPECIALTIES - $500.00 Prize donated by the participating Specialties Limited Breed Shows - Limited Scenthound Show; Limited Group 1 Spaniel Show - Erie Shores Kennel Club will provide a prize for BOB & BP for each breed in the Limited Shows.
Prize for Best in Group and Best Puppy in Group JUNIOR HANDLING (SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 2018 Best Overall Junior Handler Perpetual Trophy & $50.00 Gift Certificate donated by Kevin Urquhart, Best In Show Dog Supplies and a rosette. Winners in each of the 6 Junior Handler classes - $25.00 Gift Certificate donated by Kevin Urquhart, Best in Show Dog Supplies and a rosette.
Best Obedience Junior Handler – a $25.00 Gift Certificate donated by Kevin Urquhart, Best in Show Dog Supplies & a rosette.
MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2018 Best In Show - $100.00 cash & Rosette donated by ESKC Prize donated by Canadian Dog Fancier Magazine and Eukanuba Reserve Best in Show - Rosette donated by ESKC Best Puppy in Show - $75.00 cash donated by Triple F Paving Prize donated by Canadian Dog Fancier Magazine & Eukanuba Rosette donated by ESKC Best Baby Puppy in Show – $75.00 cash donated by Triple F Paving Prize donated by Eukanuba, Rosette donated by ESKC Best Sexually Altered in Show - $75.00 cash & Rosette donated by ESKC Best Veteran in Show – $75.00 cash donated by Wiggies Pizza, Wings & More, Prize donated by Eukanuba, Rosette donated by ESKC Best Owner Handler in Show - $100.00 cash donated by ESKC Best Owner Handler in Group - $25.00 cash donated by ESKC Competition is open to handlers who have never been paid to show a dog.
First in Group - $35.00 cash & Rosette donated by ESKC Best Puppy in Each Group - $25.00 cash & Rosette donated by ESKC Best Baby Puppy in Each Group – Prize & Rosette donated by ESKC Best Sexually Altered in Each Group - Prize & Rosette donated by ESKC Best Veteran in Each Group – Prize & Rosette donated by ESKC Best Veteran Whippet - $50.00 prize donated by Debra Butler in memory of her little love, Kelly (Ch. C Square Just Say When) May, 2000 to January, 2016 TROPHY LIST CONFORMATION SHOWS (CONT’D) Prizes for every child entered in Junior Handling - donated by Eukanuba, ESKC and our Chip truck.
Ribbons and Rosettes for Junior Handling are donated by MJN Show Service. CONFORMATION BREED PRIZES FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018 Group 1 English Cocker Spaniel BW donated by ESKC Pointer BW donated by ESKC Pointer (GSH) BW donated by ESKC Group 2 Basset Hound WD & WB donated by Carol Bedell Whippet BW donated by Jenny McCartney Group 4 Airedale Terrier BOB donated by ESKC Norfolk Terrier BW donated by ESKC Norwich Terrier BOB donated by Anne Smith Schnauzer (Miniature) Terrier BOB donated by Judy Long Scottish Terrier BOB, BP donated by Monica Madore & Linda St. James Group 5 Chihuahua (L.C) – BOB – donated by ESKC Pekingese BOB donated by Ellen Arlow Group 6 Bichon Frise BOB donated by ESKC Poodle (Std.) BW donated by ESKC Shih Tzu BOB donated by ESKC Group 7 Collie (Rough) BW & BP donated by ESKC
SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2018 Group 1 Irish Red & White Setter BW donated by ESKC Vizsla BW donated by ESKC Group 2 Basset Hound BOB donated by Carol Bedell Group 3 Dogue de Bordeaux BOB donated by ESKC Eurasier BOB donated by ESKC Siberian Husky WD donated by ESKC Group 4 Lakeland Terrier BOB donated by ESKC Norwich Terrier BP donated by ESKC Schnauzer (Miniature) Terrier WD donated by Judy Long Group 5 Chihuahua (S. C.) BOB donated by ESKC Chinese Crested BOB, BP donated by Jared Smith Italian Greyhound BOB donated by Ellen Arlow Group 6 Boston Terrier BOB donated by ESKC Group 7 Collie (Border) BOB donated by ESKC Collie (Smooth) BOS donated by ESKC German Shepherd BW donated by ESKC Old English Sheepdog BOB donated by ESKC Welsh Corgi (Pembroke) BOB donated by ESKC SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 2018 Group 1 Retriever (Golden) BW donated by Jenny McCartney Spaniel (English Springer) BOB, BP donated by Glen Fletcher & Kevin Hobbs Group 2 Norbottenspet BOB donated by ESKC Whippet BOS donated by Jenny McCartney Group 3 Boxer BOB, BP donated by ESKC Rottweiler BOB donated by ESKC Siberian Husky WB donated by ESKC Group 4 Fox Terrier (Wire) BOB donated by ESKC Scottish Terrier BOS, BP donated by Monica Madore & Linda St.
James Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier BOB donated by ESKC Group 5 Yorkshire Terrier BOB donated by ESKC Group 6 Chinese Shar Pei BOB, BOS donated by ESKC Poodle (Min) BOB donated by ESKC Group 7 Belgian Shepherd BW donated by ESKC Collie (Rough) BOB donated by ESKC MONDAY, JUNE 4, 2018 Group 1 English Setter BW donated by ESKC Retriever (Labrador) BOB donated by ESKC Spaniel (Brittany) BOB donated by Anne Smith