GCH CH Aubrey's Tails Of Mystery
The Greater Humble Kennel Club hosted two shows in that Houston suburb this weekend, putting judge Laurie King-Telfair in the final ring on day one. The seven dogs she saw were the German Shorthaired Pointer, GCH CH Aspendel’s Pale Rider JH, the Longhaired Dachshund, GCH CH Walmar-Solo's Omg Sl JE, the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, GCH CH Derby’s Toast with Gusto, the Norwich Terrier, GCH CH Thunderwood's First Robin Of Spring, the Pomeranian, CH Robcary’s Silver Starlight, the Bichon Frise, GCH CH Saks Winning Card, and the Cardigan Welsh Corgi,
GCH CH Aubrey's Tails Of Mystery.
Best went to the Corgi, Libby, and Reserve went to the Swiss, Gus. Libby and handler Sherri Hurst have three BIS since her return from maternity leave. Libby is AKC’s top Cardigan Welsh Corgi of all time with 30 career BIS.
GCH CH Derby’s Toast with Gusto
On Sunday judge Cindy Vogel would see it the other way round naming Gus BIS and Libby RBIS while the Irish Setter, GCH CH Courtwood Whirly Girl, the Saluki, GCH CH Appalachia's Allamyrra Hajji, the Standard Manchester Terrier, GCH CH Wilane’s Midnight Rydor, the Papillon, GCH CH InVolo The King of Pop, and the above named Bichon looked on.
Gus is the nation’s Number One Great Swiss Mountain Dog and Number ten Working Dog with five BIS and 22 Working Groups this year.