Monday, September 16, 2013


GCH CH Nonnies No Doubt

As much as we have become accustomed to four & five day clusters, we still love our hometown two day events.  They’re like family gatherings where a few out of town visitors drop in.  One such gathering was the Manitowoc County Kennel Club’s two shows in that Wisconsin town.

Judge Christine Salyers-Anderson had the day one final and her pick of the English Cocker Spaniel, GCH CH Nonnies No Doubt, the Afghan Hound, GCH CH Elmo's Martian Chronicles, the Alaskan Malamute, GCH CH Storm Kloud's Test of Time, the  Bedlington Terrier, CH Kaylynn's Stroll in the Park, the Maltese, CH Fletcher Andes, the Bichons Frise, GCH CH Heights Sweet Willy, and the Old English Sheepdog, GCH CH Lambluv's Live the Dream.

Finishing one/two were the English Cocker and the Maltese.  It’s the second of the year for the Cocker, Stevie, and handler Tony Vacha.

On Sunday Steven Gladstone would get a mostly new seven, the Golden Retriever , GCH CH  Summits Emery It’s In The Bag, the Rhodesian Ridgeback, CH Tajamani Kwetu's Rust Too, the Boxer, GCH CH Nantess Caleno Numero Uno, the Wrest Highland White Terrier, GCH CH Devonshire Out Of The Starting Gate, the above named Maltese, the Xoloitzcuintli, CH Blanch-Os Lolita At Dreamstar, and the Belgian Malinois, GCH CH Mystique's Son Of A Beach BN RN CGC.

His Best was the Ridgeback, his Reserve, the Malinois,  We believe this to be the first for the five year old Ridgeback dog.  Congratulations to breeders Mary E Gauthier & Michael Teeling, owner/handler  Diane Engelking, and owners Joan Morrone & Barbara-Sawyer Brown.


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