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Angels For Four-Legged Friends

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358 – September, 2012 By MaryBeth Gokee   Cathleen S. Cline, of Los Angeles, CA has owned and loved dogs since childhood. Because she shows her dogs actively, she would hear about families having a difficult time meeting medical expenses for their pets, and he knew she wanted to help out. This passion led Cline [...]

September 11th, 2012 | Posted in Current Articles,In The Spotlight | Read More »

Hounds Toplines & Underlines, Part 2

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August 2012 by Lisa Dubé Forman In Part One of this article we discussed the greyhound and its genre breeds. I emphasized the importance of their having flexible, curvaceous toplines. Further, the amalgamation of length, shape and curvature of vertebrae in the spinal column, with the hard, smooth muscling encapsulating and supporting the loin area, [...]

August 14th, 2012 | Posted in Current Articles,Editorial,Featured,In The Spotlight,The Buzz,Uncategorized | Read More »

The Judges View :: Dr. Edna “Midge” Martin

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August 2012 by Kimberly Silva Garrett 1. What made you decide to become a judge?  I love it! I believe it’s a continuation of the learning experience. You can put all you’ve learned to the test and continue learning. The world looks very different in the middle of the ring than being an exhibitor or [...]

August 14th, 2012 | Posted in Current Articles,In The Spotlight,The Buzz,Uncategorized | Read More »

Helpful Hints For Juniors

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August 2012 By William Given I SPEND TIME WATCHING PROFESSIONAL HANDLERS. Professional handlers are not necessarily better handlers than breeder- or owner-handlers but because they show more dogs at many more shows they have become much more consistent in their presentation of client dogs in the ring. They make fewer handling errors. Watch with a [...]

August 14th, 2012 | Posted in Current Articles,Featured,In The Spotlight,The Buzz,Uncategorized | Read More »

The Judges View – Houston Clark

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96 – February, 2010 by Kimberly Silva What made you decide to become a judge? We handled dogs for twenty five years, and judging dogs was a natural progression.  I always hoped to be able to contribute to the sport by judging. Who, if anyone, has influenced your style of judging? There were a number [...]

February 21st, 2011 | Posted in In The Spotlight | Read More »

Center Stage with Ken Sinclair – Araki Tibetan Terriers

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In 1954 a true Scotsman was born and little did his friends and family know then, but he was a star in the making and a true breeder, enthusiast and judge of our time today in which we are grateful. Born in East Kilbride Scotland in 1954 was Ken Sinclair, later known for the world famous Araki Tibetan Terriers. He became fond of the Tibetan Terrier after leaving school and becoming a full-time kennel boy for a kennel in Sussex for Anne Matthews (Hardacre), then aged 18 years old. Growing up as a child and with his family they did own a few dogs as pets including a black miniature Poodle called Pepe. It was the day he went along with his family to collect Pepe that he was mesmerized by the beautiful set up of kennels and grooming area of this place that Ken stood there and knew that this is what he wanted to have for himself. Before Ken owned Tibetan Terriers, he enjoyed great success at Championship shows with Afghan Hounds back in the day when the entry in the UK was in the 300 to 400’s, and it was from the experience, knowledge and understanding of having this breed that he had an idea of what to look for in a Tibetan Terrier.

November 19th, 2010 | Posted in In The Spotlight,Uncategorized | Read More »

Morris & Essex – The Story

Wayne Ferguson

The original Morris & Essex Kennel Club Dog Show was the realization of one extraordinary woman’s vision. Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge set a standard for shows in the first half of the twentieth century. She had the influence and resources to craft a show to her own specifications. However, when Mrs. Dodge could no longer orchestrate the show, Morris & Essex ended. Only memories remained and a treasure trove of catalogs, pictures and memorabilia were forgotten in an attic at St. Hubert’s Giralda, the shelter established on Mrs. Dodge’s Madison, New Jersey estate after her death.

August 22nd, 2010 | Posted in Dog Show History,In The Spotlight,Remembering Our Past? | Read More »

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