Saturday, September 26, 2009


The country’s number one dog stopped in Monroe MI this weekend on her way to Bluebell PA for next weekend’s all Terrier extravaganza, the venerable Montgomery County Kennel Club show. For you non Terrier enthusiasts, Montgomery County is the Super Bowl of Terriers. Many Terrier Breeders would rather win a Montgomery County than a Westminster.

CH Roundtown Mercedes Of Maryscot

But back to this weekend, the Scottish Terrier, CH Roundtown Mercedes Of Maryscot, spent Friday collecting the BIS from David Harris at the limited breed show of the Terrier Club of Michigan. Today, Sadie and handler Gabriel Rangel, were at the day one show of the Monroe Kennel Club. In addition to Sadie, Dr Robert A. Indeglia considered the English Setter CH Kaska’s Capture The Moment, the Whippet, CH Karasar’s Par Excellence, the Samoyed, CH Stolicnaya, the Pemeranian, CH Mountain Crst U Don’t Own Me, a Standard Poodle from the classes, Cotian Luv The Nite Life, and the Rough Collie, CH Westwood Aladdin .

It was career all breed Best In Show number 83 for Sadie as the little engine that could keeps rolling on toward the title of AKC 2009 Number One Dog All Breeds.


  1. YAY for Sadie!
    The Best Line up In Lubbock at Heart of the Plains KC was Linda Clark with the Viszla Flirt, Lori Wilson with Chanel the Whippet, Michael Shepherd with Sherman the Boxer, Scott Sommer with Ranger the Lakeland, Tonya Holibaugh with the Maltese, Holly Leftwich with a Finnish Spitz and Charly Dahly with a Cardigan , Robert Boothe was the judge and Micahel & Sherman won. Sorry I don't have the names of all the winners.

  2. Paula G from IndianaSeptember 29, 2009 at 10:33 PM

    The judge on Friday was David Harris of New Mexico. David Harrison from South Africa was supposed to do BIS on Friday and the Bull Terrier specialty on Saturday, but had to cancel.