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Friday, April 11, 2014
Judged by Erik Morris

Enter Dogs

Breed Males Females
Afghan Hound 4 3
Airedale Terrier 2 4
Akita 3 3
Alaskan Malamute 3 4
American Cocker Spaniel 2 1
American Eskimo Dog 1 0
American Staffordshire Terrier 0 5
Anatolian Shepherd 0 1
Australian Cattle Dog 2 1
Australian Shepherd 4 4
Australian Terrier 0 1
Beagle 2 1
Bearded Collie 1 1
Beauceron 1 2
Belgian Malinois 5 1
Belgian Sheepdog 2 2
Border Collie 3 0
Borzoi 0 2
Boxer 5 3
Bull Terrier 5 5
Cane Corso 4 5
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 3 4
Chesapeake Bay Retriever 4 3
Chihuahua 4 2
Chinese Crested Dog 2 0
Chinese Shar-Pei 0 2
Collie 2 4
Dachshund 2 2
Dalmatian 4 3
Doberman Pinscher 2 2
English Setter 4 8
English Springer Spaniel 3 2
English Toy Spaniel 8 6
French Bulldog 2 2
German Shepherd Dog 5 0
Golden Retriever 0 3
Gordon Setter 3 1
Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen 1 1
Great Dane 2 7
Great Pyrenees 3 0
Irish Setter 6 1
Irish Water Spaniel 1 3
Irish Wolfhound 4 1
Italian Greyhound 3 8
Jack Russell Terrier 1 1
Japanese Chin 3 3
Keeshond 6 3
Kerry Blue Terrier 10 9
Komondor 1 1
Labrador Retriever 6 4
Lagotto Romagnolo 0 2
Mastiff 3 0
Miniature Bull Terrier 0 7
Miniature Schnauzer 1 1
Newfoundland 0 3
Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever 1 2
Papillon 0 1
Pharaoh Hound 6 5
Pomeranian 4 4
Portuguese Podengo 5 3
Portuguese Water Dog 2 3
Pug 2 1
Puli 4 0
Rhodesian Ridgeback 0 2
Rottweiler 8 6
Saint Bernard 1 2
Schipperke 1 2
Sealyham Terrier 1 0
Shetland Sheepdog 0 3
Shiba Inu 4 3
Shih Tzu 1 1
Siberian Husky 3 1
Silky Terrier 2 2
Spanish Water Dog 3 1
Staffordshire Bull Terrier 4 5
Standard Poodle 7 3
Swedish Vallhund 3 1
Tibetan Mastiff 1 0
Vizsla 0 6
Weimaraner 2 1
Welsh Terrier 1 5
West Highland White Terrier 0 2
Whippet 1 1
Current Payouts


Did you know?
There are about 900 breeds of sheep in the world.
Did you know?
Additional points may be awarded to the Best of Winners, or a class dog that goes Best of Breed or Best of Opposite Sex, again depending on the number of dogs competing
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.