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 Annapolis Mardi Gras Standard Schnauzer 695
2 CH Annapolis Unicef Standard Schnauzer 463
3 CH Annapolis Cecil Standard Schnauzer 429
4 CH Annapolis Aveeno Standard Schnauzer 345
5 CH Annapolis Moonlight Standard Schnauzer 282
6 CH Annapolis Deviation Standard Schnauzer 168
7 Annapolis Ruger Standard Schnauzer 151
8 Annapolis Tennis Standard Schnauzer 145
9 GCH CH Annapolis Sailboat Standard Schnauzer 123
10 CH Annapolis Seltzer Standard Schnauzer 99
11 CH Annapolis Oakley Standard Schnauzer 97
12 CH Annapolis Mamba Standard Schnauzer 82
13 Annapolis Plymouth Standard Schnauzer 46
14 Annapolis Tide Standard Schnauzer 39
15 CH Annapolis Land Rover Standard Schnauzer 39
16 CH Annapolis Dragon Standard Schnauzer 37
17 Annapolis Muriel Standard Schnauzer 28
18 Annapolis Fightin Words Standard Schnauzer 24
19 Annapolis Estate Standard Schnauzer 23
20 CH Annapolis Pop Music Standard Schnauzer 22
21 Annapolis Collins Standard Schnauzer 21
22 Annapolis Michigan Standard Schnauzer 19
23 CH Annapolis Boodles Standard Schnauzer 16
24 Annapolis Racquet Ball Standard Schnauzer 14
25 Annapolis Montana Standard Schnauzer 12
26 Annapolis Pepsi Standard Schnauzer 5
27 Annapolis Truvia Standard Schnauzer 3
28 Annapolis Frederick Standard Schnauzer 2
29 Annapolis Carlisle Standard Schnauzer 2
**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?
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.