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Video of Hatboro Dog Club – Thursday, October 4, 2018

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Hatboro Dog Club – Thursday, October 4, 2018
Scottish Terriers Best of Breed
Judge Mr Thomas Parrotti

October 4th, 2018 | Posted in Blog Post | Read More »

Canine Chronicle Blog: Crufts!

Photo By Lisa Croft-Elliott

I embarked on my first-ever trip to Crufts on Monday evening, arriving in London first thing on Tuesday morning. This show is certainly a “bucket list” item for most dog show folks, so I am thrilled to be making this trip!

March 8th, 2018 | Posted in Blog Post,World News | Read More »

Show Dogs: Not Just the Wealthy

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by Joan Harrigan Judy McDonald grew up in Queens, N.Y., and her father worked as a fireman. She remembers watching Westminster on her family’s black and, white television. “It always interested me,” she says. “But when I said I wanted a show dog, my mother told me that they were just for the rich.” Now, [...]

February 11th, 2014 | Posted in Blog Post,Featured | Read More »

Movement Musings

Correct movement - showing the front and rear foot use the same spot to land without passing each other.  The dog is also reaching forward from the shoulder to land correctly on the front foot.

It starts with knowing your own breed standard. When was the last time you read it? You can’t expect every judge to know every idiosyncrasy of your breed. It is up to you as a breeder to put only the best representative of your breed in the ring.

October 28th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Post | Read More »

So Your Dog Is Finished…Now What?

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Luckily, there are an assortment of events and activities that are available to active owners looking to enjoy time with their dog; beyond finishing it’s championship.

August 21st, 2013 | Posted in Blog Post | Read More »

Welcoming Newcomers

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Most dog show days are seemingly very pressed for time, intense, and sometimes hurried. These are all valid reasons that an exhibitor can claim to be very busy. However, can an exhibitor or handler truly ever be too busy to be polite, social, and welcoming to all other exhibitors, especially to a newcomer in the sport?

August 13th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Post | Read More »

A Trip To The Scottish Terrier Club of Finland Annual Specialty

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By: Masa Fegus Siroka I just arrived home from Finland, a land of interesting contrasts, an endless carpet of forest, with many lakes and beautiful landscapes. This was my second visit to Finland. In the summer, the sun shines until late in the evening. It shines so bright that you can still see the light [...]

July 24th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Post,World News | Read More »

Trophies – The Good, The Bad, and the “Huh?”

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By: Cheslie Pickett A great trophy is the icing on the cake after a coveted win – no matter how big or small of a victory it is. However, a random or strange trophy can leave the exhibitor asking “Huh?” at the trophy chairman’s choice for a trophy.  After conferring with breeder owner handlers and [...]

July 3rd, 2013 | Posted in Blog Post | Read More »

When Tragedy Strikes Close To Home

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The news and social media channels will be flooded for days with news about the tragedy at the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon. I read some posts that people had crossed the finish line five minutes before the first explosion while others alerted family and friends they were no where near the marathon route. Ultimately this made me appreciate our dog show community.

April 18th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Post,Current Articles,Featured | Read More »

Becker Reep and “Stella”– A Lesson in Sportsmanship

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by Joan Harrigan Many handlers have pre-ring rituals, and the juniors are no different.  Thirteen-year-old Becker Reep of Ashville, N.C. spends the last few minutes before his juniors class quietly.  On a platform a distance from the ring, Becker sits with his 4-year-old Newfoundland bitch, “Stella.” His arm is around her, hugging her close.  He strokes her, kisses her, and generally shows her how [...]

February 12th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Post,Current Articles,The Buzz | Read More »

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