Dogs In Review Magazine October 2016 - Page 120

Ch. Woburn Boardwalk Empire Ch. Woburn Bold Design X Ch. Woburn Bold Plan X Ch. Woburn Bold And Beautiful X Ch. Woburn Bold Moves X Ch. Woburn Bold Measure Owners: Debra and Steve Russell X SEALYHAM TERRIERS Ch. Efbe's Goodspice Semper Fi Ch. Rosemont's River Queen Ch. Rosemont & Goodspice No Denying It X Ch. Avalonis Fire And Ice Owners: Sharon L. Jones, Margery L. Good, France Bergeron and Robin Murphy X X Ch. Rosemont & Goodspice Queen Of Denial NA, OAJ Ch. Rosemont's River Queen Ch. Rosemont & Goodspice No Denying It Owners: June Cohron, DVM, and Margery L. Good X X SKYE TERRIERS Ch. American Tradition Of Wallace's Coven At Jay-Roy GCh. Blaze Of Glory Of Wallace's Coven X Ch. Blameitonthelove Of Rocknroll Of Wallace's Coven X Ch. Because We Can Of Wallace's Coven X Ch. Borntobemybaby Of Wallace's Coven At Lallybroch X Ch. Bad Medicine Of Wallace's Coven Owner: Robyn G. Hand X Ch. Shawn Rae Lady Fleming GCh. Blaze Of Glory Of Wallace's Coven X Ch. Blameitonthelove Of Rocknroll Of Wallace's Coven X Ch. Because We Can Of Wallace's Coven X Ch. Borntobemybaby Of Wallace's Coven At Lallybroch X Ch. Bad Medicine Of Wallace's Coven Owner: Shalini Ahuja X SOFT COATED WHEATEN TERRIERS GCh. Tartan's Friday Night Lights Ch. Elivid's Going The Distance X GCh. Elivid's One For The Road X Ch. Tartans Lil' Night Rider X Ch. Tartans American Pride Owner: Teri Keetch X X GCh. Cornerstone Soliloquy X Ch. Glenmar's Woman of the Mournes At Amberly X Ch. Glenmars Orange Fantasy CA X Ch. Glenmars Francesca At Camelot X GCh. Glenmars American Classic At Classy Staffys Owners: Maryanne and Larry Goethals WELSH TERRIERS Ch. Hampton Court's The Terminator Ch. Malvado Dressed For Court Ch. Malvado Dressed To Defend X GCh. Malvado Dressed In Red X Ch. Hampton Court's Best Dressed Of Malvado Owner: Victor Malzoni Jr. X X Ch. Malvado Red Storm Rising Ch. Malvado Dressed For Court Ch. Malvado Dressed To Defend X GCh. Malvado Dressed In Red X Ch. Hampton Court's Best Dressed Of Malvado Owners: Patricia and Norman L. Clark X X WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERRIERS GCh. Ashgate U S Great Expectations GCh. Laurelwynds Mikayla Ch. Glenbrittle-Camcrest Kinky Boots X GCh. Briarpatch Diamant X Ch. Birch Bark Oh My Darlin' X Ch. Kirkton Arbroath White Lightening RN, NA, NAJ, RATN X Ch. Kirkton Arbroath Tupelo Honey X Ch. Kirkton Maker's Mark X Ch. Glenbrittle-Camcrest Always Ready X Ch. Taramour's Fergus Of Brentwood Owners: Lisa M. Pacheco and Naomi M. Brown X X GCh. Lochlinear Gleanngay Cha Ching Ch. Nic Macs Gone With The Wind Ch. Vintage Life Is A Whirlwind X GCh. Legacy Gleanngay At Bonney X GCh. Legacy Gleanngay Cyd Charisse X Ch. Lochlinear Atas Enigma X Ch. Westridge Weekend At Bernie's X GCh. Ainle Gift Of The Gab X GCh. Ainle Money Talks X GCh. Ainle Something To Talk About X Ch. Lochlinear A Serendipitous Win X Ch. Serendipity October Quest Owner: Patricia M. Mullin Ch. Chatsworth's Future King Ch. Chatsworths Surfer Girl X Ch. Chatsworth's Socialite Owners: Suzanne and Kenny Fodill X Ch. Harbour Hill 30 Minute Meals GCh. Atas Dim Sum Lights Ch. Harbour Hill Atas Evoo X Ch. Atas Mackanme Colcannon Rogue X Ch. Lochlinear Atas Enigma Owners: Jeanine A. Flavell and Susan Sakauye X X Ch. Star Living The Dream Ch. Star Shaken Not Stirred Ch. Star Give It All You Got X Ch. Star Head Above The Clouds X Ch. Star On Cloud 9 Owners: Denise Daniel and Matt Milko X X Haldane Red Red Wine GCh. Haldane Keeper Of The Winds Ch. Haldane Ursa Major X Ch. Haldane Moon Siren At Silkcroft X Ch. Haldane The Huntress Owners: Nancy G. Engen-Wedin and Tim Smith X X STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIERS GCh. Devils And Fairies Flesh For Fantasy X X Ch. Nevada's Needful Things Ch. Mat - Staff Girl On Fire CA X X Ch. Plum Creek My Sweet Lady GCh. Plum Creek Junk Yard Dog Ch. Plum Creek Salty Dog X Ch. Plum Creek Sweet Caroline Owner: Jane Forster X X Ch. Silveroaks Special Edition At Kirkton X Ch. Kirkton Arbroath White Lightening RN, NA, NAJ, RATN X Ch. Kirkton Arbroath T upelo Honey X Ch. Kirkton Maker's Mark Owners: Allison Platt, Mary Ann Neal, John Low, MD, and William Matthews III GCh. Mac-Ken-Char's I'm So Vain Ch. Mac-Ken-Char's Sir Lancelot Ch. Wandering's What A Pippa Mac-KenChar X Ch. Mac-Ken-Char's Will You Be My Hero Owners: Jaimi Glodek, John W. Jaacks, Becky Neff and Beverly Thompson X X Ch. Birch Bark She's Nuts GCh. Birch Bark He's Bonkers Ch. Birch Bark She's Got Finesse X Ch. Birch Bark Oh My Darlin' Owner: James J. Mcgarr X X GCh. Mi'Wee You Had Me At Hello! CGC Ch. Mi'Wee Perfect Elegance GCh. Mi'Wee Show Me The Money X Ch. Mi'Wee Cornerstone Kc Caballero CGC Owner: Pamela Johnston DIR X X BERNARDI, CONTINUED FROM PAGE 26 Yes, It’s Asking a Lot This situation must be addressed and soon, before it can no longer be remedied. And no organization is tasked more clearly to do so than the Parent Clubs, whose job it is to protect their breeds, including protecting them from mediocrity … or worse. No job in the show dog world could be more difficult or fraught with more pitfalls. The Parent Clubs must address the mundane aspects of the organization just to keep the club alive. They must nominate and elect officers. They must keep an eye on and, if necessary, amend their bylaws, which they seem to do with alarming frequency. They must make sure the club is financially healthy, in order to fund all projects. They must plan for and support their national specialties. Those of us who serve or have served as officers of a Parent Club know how timeconsuming and arduous all of this is, even if all of the members of the club are getting along — not fighting among themselves, circulating petitions or calling for impeachment of the officers. But we must find the time in the midst of all of this to do the best we can for our breeds, by helping new breeders learn all they can before they start breeding and helping experienced breeders learn more. When planning seminars, we need to address the importance of advancing the quality of our dogs while we advance their health. For people who are really new to the breed or even to purebred dogs, a wonderful learning experience would be simply to be told where to find the best information. Who are the best people to talk to? What publications offer the most reliable information? What books are the best to read and where can they be found? There are shelves full of books that offer so much wisdom and advice that comes from experience and success. For example, two fairly new books stand out: Keys to Top Breeding, Volumes One and Two, the first written by Pekka Hannula and Marjo Nygard, the second by those two and several co-authors and editors, published a few years apart. The first volume is full of breeding advice from some of the most successful breeders in the world. The second book is full of practical advice, on subjects as wide-ranging as sire selection, how to find the best information, construction, and even selling and placing puppies. We certainly live in the age of information, and who better to help disseminate that information and stress its importance than our Parent Clubs? We rely on them for so many things that it seems unseemly to ask for more. But it is essential that we think about the quality and the essential type in our breeds in the future or we may not have the future that we want. DIR OCTOBER 2016 DOGS IN REVIEW 117