Top ShowDog.Com Show Dogs

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This is a ranking of the top ShowDog.Com show dogs based on the amount of dogs each dog has beaten in shows during the month of November . 

This is a game, these are not real dogs.


Rank Dog Breed Dogs Beaten
1 GCH CH GDC Nigella Akita 229
2 CH Tymortals Dark Amber Akita 196
3 CH Stoneriggs Hellfire Akita 103
4 CH TKnights Mork Akita 99
5 CH Mystic`s Sick Of Love Songs Akita 72
6 CH Enigmas Chocolate Insomnia Akita 71
7 GCH CH TKnights Alarmist Akita 62
8 CH HeavenHill Fever Pitch Akita 58
9 GDC Two Tone Akita 50
10 Capaldis Black Line Akita 50
11 TKnights Robin Akita 33
12 Tymortals Ice Queen Akita 30
13 GDC Blues Before Sunrise Akita 29
14 Mystic`s Lightning Bolt Akita 27
15 Stoneriggs Teller Akita 27
16 GDC Lessons Learned Akita 23
17 CH Cvals Coup De Foudre Akita 23
18 Stoneriggs Dubya Akita 22
19 Mystic`s Society Girl Akita 16
20 Stoneriggs Bosser Akita 15
21 HeavenHill High Roller Akita 14
22 GDC Zodiac Akita 14
23 GDC Anastasia Akita 12
24 Enigmas Tremble Akita 10
25 Mystic`s Killer Queen Akita 9
26 TKnights Mindy Akita 8
27 GDC Mystical Beauty Akita 8
28 CH Enigmas Dustin Akita 7
29 CH Stoneriggs Shawanda Akita 6
30 Enigmas Stormy Night Akita 4
31 Mystic`s Politix Akita 2
32 Capaldis Black Widow Akita 1
33 Mystic`s Praha Akita 1
**The SDWC takes the top fifteen dogs/bitches from each breed on the last day of the month.
If there is a tie for 15th, all dogs in the tie are entered in the SDWC.
If a dog/bitch is over 120 days old, it may still enter the SDWC if it earns its way in.


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