GCH CH Kenro’s Witching Hour
It was the end of the quintessential, postcard kind of California day, today’s final at the Contra Costa County Kennel Club show in Vallejo CA, the third installment of Woofstock. It was as much street festival as dog show with vendors hawking tie dyed tee shirts and peace symbol jewelry. There were women and girls with flowers in their hair and men in bell bottoms and fringed vests. Best of all there were the dogs.
GCH CH AfterAll Painting the Sky
(Photo by Infocusbymiguel)
The seven that Michele Billings considered were the Clumber Spaniel, GCH CH Clussexx Collaboration with Traddles, the Bloodhound, GCH CH Quiet Creek’s Kiss and Tell, the Giant Schnauzer, GCH CH Kenro’s Witching Hour, the winner of the first two days, the Wire Fox Terrier, GCH CH AfterAll Painting the Sky, the Japanese Chin, GCH CH Victory Spencer, the Bulldog,
GCH CH Newcomb's Pandemonium @ Beda, the Old English Sheepdog, GCH CH Bugaboo’s Picture Perfect.
It was the dog from Michigan, the Giant, Dora, denying the Wire Fox, Sky, three in a row. Today, Sky would play bridesmaid and receive the Reserve award. The 2141 payday would go to the country’s Number Six Dog All Breeds. That’s nine for Dora, six in the last six weeks.