GCH CH Fyrstartr’s Paint It Black
We love those clubs that host shows off the beaten path. Not only does it give exhibitors an excuse to visit an exotic location, it brings our world to a public that rarely gets to see quality purebred dogs. One such club, the Arizona White Mountain Kennel Club spent the weekend in Show Low AZ, some 180 miles east northeast of Phoenix.
GCH CH Hitime’s What the Inferno
The seven dogs that made it to judge Alice Inman’s final were the Pointer, GCH CH Solivia's Decadence Of Beagood, the Rhodesian Ridgeback, Raviro Chiposhi Remington Rimfire JC, the Great Dane, GCH CH Tue-J’s Pacific Category Five, the American Staffordshire Terrier, GCH CH Red Warrior Geneva, the Pomeranian, GCH CH Hitime’s What the Inferno, the Schipperke, GCH CH Fyrstartr’s Paint It Black, and the Australian Cattle Dog, GCH CH Vista's Wait For The Beep At Mgk.
BIS went to the nine year old Schipperke, Jagger, and RBIS to the Pom, Danny. It was the first of the year for Jagger. Congratulations to breeder/owner Donna Simmons.
GCH CH Raviro Chiposhi Remington Rimfire JC
Danny, and the aforementioned Ridgeback would return to the final ring on Sunday to plead their case with judge Jon Cole. Joining them were the Brittany, GCH CH Sunquest Star Vue’s Special Edition, the Rottweiler, CH Sunbear’s Madagascar RN, the Wire Fox Terrier, GCH CH Random Ruse, the Dalmatian, Aberdeen N Cahun New Normal, and the German Shepherd Dog, GCH CH Karizma’s Born To Run Kaleef Von Loar.
Going to the head of the line was the Pom, Danny, followed by the Ridgeback, Gunner. Danny is the country’s Number One Toy Dog and Number Eight Dog All Breeds with 17 BIS this season.