Monday, September 28, 2009


Moving down to the Southeast Region, we have two show locations to report on. In Millwood VA, there were three shows. Check our earlier posts for the results on Saturday’s and Sunday’s Warrenton Kennel Club shows.

CH Kiarry’s Walk This Way

Sunday’s Old Dominion Kennel Club’s BIS was judged by Alfred Ferruggiaro who chose from the German Wirehaired Pointer, CH Ripsnorter’s Mt View Lookout, Friday’s BIS winer, the American Foxhound, CH Kiarry’s Walk This Way, the Great Pyrenees, CH Rivergrove Ttrump This, the American Staffordshire Terrier, CH Wonderland’s Heavily Armed Agitator, the Toy Poodle, CH Smash Jp Moon Walk, the French Bulldog, CH Diva’s Foregin Affair, and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, CH Tim Tam Avant Garde.

It was the rare breed poster boy Foxhound winning his second BIS of the weekend. Attention you out there who want another reason to fight anti breeder legislation, this is the breed that is the face of American dog breeders. Ask your elected officials if they want to participate in its extinction.

CH Cordmaker Field Of Dreams

Elsewhere in the Southeast, there were two shows in Deland Florida. Again look to our previous articles for Saturday’s results. Sundaythe BIS judge for the West Volusia Kennel Club was Dr Harry Smith. His final seven were the Labrador Retriever, CH Salty Dog of Tampa Bay, Saturday’s BIS winner, the AFghan Hound, CH Genesis Silverado, the Boxer, CH Sabo’s Majestic Provocation, the Skye Terrier, CH Cragsmoor Buddy Goodman, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel from the classes, Lastars Phoenix In Flight, the Standard Poodle, CH Chrystal's Totally Chromed Out, and the Puli, CH Cordmaker Field Of Dreams.

BIS went to the country’s number three dog all breeds, the Puli, Conrad. We have more reports coming.


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