Sunday, March 1, 2009


Our computer staff at the AKC has been burning he midnight oil, so we can bring you some of the weekend’s results already. First let’s play some catch up.

First from the Milwaukee suburb of West Allis WI where the Wisconsin Kennel Club had a double header, we had told you that the Pug, CH Tupelo Shoboat Tu Chine Tu, had picked up a BIS on Saturday. Now we can tell you that Judge Harry Smith also was considering the English Cocker Spaniel, CH Majestic’s Keeping The Drama, the Longhaired Dachshund, CH Solo’s Drag Queen SL, the Portuguese Water Dog, CH Carowynd Creed Bois DuPortugal, the Norfolk Terrier, CH Max-Well’s Viper, the Tibetan Terrier, CH Teesha’s How Cute Am I Cedar C, and the German Shepherd Dog, Aramist’s Ta-Dahh V Braunhaus.

CH Highcroft Bourne Ultimatum

Today, it was Judge Denise Dean with the magnificent seven of the Irish Setter, Windwood Inferno, the Otterhound, CH Scentasia’s Double Trouble, the Great Dane, CH Elan’s Coming Decision Raimroc, the Norfolk, CH Max-Well’s Viper, the Pug, CH Tupelo Shoboat Tu China Tu, the Standard Poodle, CH Bar-None Dawin Tavelin Man, and the Rough Collie, CH Highcroft Bourne Ultimatum. Eventually, the Collie, Brett, prevailed. This is the first BIS for the precocious 15 month old, bred by Don & Leslie Jeszewski, who co-own him with Judith Belluomini. Congratulations to his breeders/owners and handler Dylan Kipp.

We will be right back with more results.


  1. Susie Kipp's eldest daughter Dylan, actually won BIS with the Collie.