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Monday, September 23, 2013
Judged by Marjorie Moore

Enter Dogs

Breed Males Females
Afghan Hound 1 1
Alaskan Malamute 0 1
American Cocker Spaniel 1 1
American Foxhound 1 0
American Staffordshire Terrier 0 1
Anatolian Shepherd 0 2
Australian Cattle Dog 0 1
Australian Kelpie 1 0
Australian Shepherd 0 1
Basenji 1 0
Bearded Collie 1 1
Belgian Laekenois 0 1
Belgian Malinois 0 1
Belgian Tervuren 1 1
Bloodhound 1 0
Border Terrier 0 1
Borzoi 1 1
Boston Terrier 1 1
Boxer 0 1
Bull Terrier 0 1
Bulldog 0 1
Bullmastiff 0 1
Cairn Terrier 1 1
Chihuahua 1 1
Chinese Crested Dog 1 1
Collie 0 1
Dachshund 1 0
Doberman Pinscher 0 1
Dogue de Bordeaux 1 1
English Setter 1 0
English Springer Spaniel 0 1
Field Spaniel 0 1
Flat-Coated Retriever 0 1
French Bulldog 0 1
German Shepherd Dog 2 1
German Wirehaired Pointer 0 1
Golden Retriever 1 1
Gordon Setter 1 1
Great Dane 1 1
Harrier 0 1
Irish Red and White Setter 1 0
Irish Setter 0 1
Irish Terrier 0 1
Irish Water Spaniel 0 1
Irish Wolfhound 1 1
Jack Russell Terrier 1 0
Kuvasz 0 1
Labrador Retriever 1 0
Leonberger 0 1
Lhasa Apso 1 0
Miniature Pinscher 0 1
Miniature Poodle 0 1
Miniature Schnauzer 0 1
Newfoundland 0 1
Norfolk Terrier 1 1
Old English Sheepdog 0 1
Papillon 1 1
Pembroke Welsh Corgi 1 1
Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen 1 0
Pomeranian 1 1
Portuguese Podengo 1 1
Puli 1 0
Rottweiler 1 1
Schipperke 1 1
Sealyham Terrier 1 1
Shetland Sheepdog 0 1
Shiba Inu 1 1
Shih Tzu 0 1
Siberian Husky 1 1
South African Boerboel 0 1
Spanish Water Dog 1 0
Standard Poodle 1 1
Standard Schnauzer 1 0
Thai Ridgeback 1 1
Toy Fox Terrier 1 1
Welsh Terrier 1 0
Whippet 0 1
Wirehaired Pointing Griffon 1 0
Current Payouts


Did you know?
There are about 900 breeds of sheep in the world.
Did you know?
The sit for exam is a modified version of the Stand for Exam. It is generally used in novice level classes and requires the handler to order the dog to sit and then to move away from the dog the length of the leash. The judge will then approach the dog and pet the dog's head.
The Kennel Club (UK) system, which is also used by the Australian National Kennel Council[1] and in other countries, is considered the most difficult to earn a title under.