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 July . 

This is a game, these are not real dogs.


Rank Dog Breed Dogs Beaten
1 CH Gaylanns Harlie (19) English Cocker Spaniel 80
2 GCH CH Gaylanns Chocolate Mint (19) English Cocker Spaniel 80
3 CH Gaylanns Lemon Cream (19) English Cocker Spaniel 61
4 CH Gaylanns Oh Fudge (19) English Cocker Spaniel 38
5 Gaylanns Bright Future (19) English Cocker Spaniel 37
6 CH Gaylanns Triple Treat (19) English Cocker Spaniel 33
7 Gaylanns Dark Chocolate (19) English Cocker Spaniel 29
8 CH Peregrins Darcy English Cocker Spaniel 28
9 CH Peregrins Stewart English Cocker Spaniel 27
10 CH Peregrins Charlie English Cocker Spaniel 25
11 CH Peregrins Bruce English Cocker Spaniel 24
12 MPDAs Blue Moonlight English Cocker Spaniel 22
13 Gaylanns Everybodys Talkin(19) English Cocker Spaniel 22
14 CH Arienas Morse English Cocker Spaniel 21
15 Gaylanns Mandarin Freeze (19) English Cocker Spaniel 17
16 Gaylanns Cocoa Cream (19) English Cocker Spaniel 13
17 Gaylanns Paragon (19) English Cocker Spaniel 12
18 Arienas Mr Rochester English Cocker Spaniel 12
19 CH Arienas Betty Blue English Cocker Spaniel 11
20 GCH CH Peregrins Gwen English Cocker Spaniel 10
21 Arienas Undercover English Cocker Spaniel 10
22 CH Arienas Hastings English Cocker Spaniel 9
23 GCH CH Arienas Tallulah English Cocker Spaniel 8
24 Gaylanns Special Blend (19) English Cocker Spaniel 7
25 Gaylanns Blue Cat (19) English Cocker Spaniel 7
26 Gaylanns A Golden Cat (19) English Cocker Spaniel 6
27 Arienas Marmaduke English Cocker Spaniel 4
28 Arienas Sunshine Queen English Cocker Spaniel 3
**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?
A specialty show is a dog show which reviews a single breed, unlike other dog shows, particularly conformation shows, which are generally referred to as "all-breed" because they are open to all breeds recognized by the sponsoring kennel club.