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 April . 

This is a game, these are not real dogs.

Rank Dog Breed Dogs Beaten
1 GCH CH Cvals Scarlet Letter Akita 178
2 GCH CH TKnights Olympian Akita 170
3 CH TKnights From This Moment On Akita 138
4 CH Cvals King Pin Akita 117
5 CH TKnights Fly Me to the Moon Akita 112
6 CH Tymortals Dark Princess Akita 71
7 CH Stonerside Snake Skin Akita 64
8 CH Stoneriggs Rhinestone Akita 63
9 CH Capaldis Boom Boom Akita 61
10 CH TKnights An Affair to Remember Akita 54
11 CH TKnights Blowin in the Wind Akita 46
12 CH Stonerside Shangri-La Akita 46
13 Stonerside Wicked Twister Akita 36
14 CH Capaldis Nocre Bleu Akita 33
15 CH Mystic`s Crocodile Rock Akita 27
16 Mystic`s Icy Tower Akita 27
17 Stoneriggs Chanel Akita 18
18 Seishin Bell Twilight Akita 16
19 Capaldis Viva Pataca Akita 16
20 Seishin Aces Wild Akita 16
21 Stoneriggs Hawk Akita 13
22 GCH CH TKnights Prince of Winter Akita 12
23 Enigmas Take Two Akita 12
24 Mystic`s Lorde Akita 12
25 CH Seishin Dish Best Served Cold Akita 10
26 Seishin Eternal Dream Akita 10
27 Jingles Get It Girl Akita 8
28 Stoneriggs Southpaw Akita 8
29 Seishin Dandy Dream Akita 7
30 Cvals Suit and Tie Akita 7
31 TKnights Blues in the Night Akita 7
32 Tymortals Eternal Glow Akita 6
33 Enigmas Dream Catcher Akita 5
34 Seishin New Space Akita 5
35 CH Stonerside Dancing Tigress Akita 4
36 From Start to Finish Akita 2
37 Capaldis Fools Gold Akita 2
38 TKnights Dirt Road Blues Akita 2
39 Enigmas First in Line Akita 1
40 Stoneriggs Hammer 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.


Did you know?
The third obedience title is a UD, or "Utility Dog", which is earned through competition in the Utility obedience class
Did you know?
Judges are generally certified to judge one or several breeds, usually in the same group, but a few "all-breed" judges have the training and experience to judge large numbers of breeds.