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 February . 

This is a game, these are not real dogs.


Rank Dog Breed Dogs Beaten
1 GCH CH HR KickUmUpCrazyMountain Australian Cattle Dog 507
2 GCH CH HR KickUmUpNewHeights Australian Cattle Dog 315
3 CH HR KickUmUpCaughtFeelings Australian Cattle Dog 300
4 GCH CH HR Sacred Heart Rebel Australian Cattle Dog 258
5 CH HR Irish Jig Australian Cattle Dog 146
6 CH HR IrishEyesAreSmiling Australian Cattle Dog 100
7 CH HR Eagle Wings Australian Cattle Dog 89
8 CH HR KickUmUpBluebird Australian Cattle Dog 72
9 CH HR Eye For An Eye Australian Cattle Dog 56
10 CH HR Stray Cat Strut Australian Cattle Dog 52
11 HR KickUmUpBostonRob Australian Cattle Dog 36
12 CH HR Porter Mountain Australian Cattle Dog 34
13 HR KickUmUpNarcissus Australian Cattle Dog 34
14 GCH CH HR KickUmUpHighResolution Australian Cattle Dog 34
15 CH HR Hadley Australian Cattle Dog 34
16 GCH CH HR ThroughTheLookingGlass Australian Cattle Dog 33
17 CH HR Cool Cat Australian Cattle Dog 31
18 CH HR Rattle On Red Australian Cattle Dog 27
19 HR KickUmUpCladdagh Australian Cattle Dog 27
20 CH HR Scaredy Cat Australian Cattle Dog 24
21 HR Made You Crazy Australian Cattle Dog 23
22 CH HR Made You Look Australian Cattle Dog 17
23 HR Peekaboo Mountain Australian Cattle Dog 16
24 CH HR KickUmUpClover Australian Cattle Dog 12
25 HR Luck O The Irish Australian Cattle Dog 8
26 HR Glass Wings Australian Cattle Dog 5
27 Stitch and Steel Cayuga Australian Cattle Dog 4
28 HR AllEyesOn Orion Australian Cattle Dog 4
29 Stitch and Steel Calliente Australian Cattle Dog 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 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.