Dogs In Review Magazine October 2016 - Page 122

Far left: UKC GCh. KND’s Both Barrells Loaded Bottom left: SBIS GCh.S Lochlinear Gleanngay Cha Ching ROM Left: Ch. Diamant V.D. Shonen Bergen 4. N/A. 5. This male produces outstanding temperament and nice fronts. It’s difficult to produce the layback the standard calls for, and Buck has done it consistently. Fully OFA tested, Buck is PLL Clear with excellent hips. 3. ‘Mackie’ is currently ranked in the top 20 list of championproducing sires in Norfolk Terrier history and is tied as the No. 1 Norfolk sire of 2015. With limited showing, Mackie had a very successful show career, winning numerous Groups, placing in dozens and winning a Best in Show in 2011. 4. Mackie is fathered by the Montgomery Kennel Club wining Multiple BIS SBIS Ch. The Duke Of Copperplate, who, along with his father, BIS Ch. Nanfan Culver, are two of the most influential sires in Norfolk Terrier history. Mackie’s dam, Ch. Bigwig’s Nutmeg, is a stunning bitch with a beautiful pedigree who is also heavily influenced by the famed Nanfan Kennel in England. 5. Mackie’s breed type, beautiful structure and movement are regularly seen in his progrency as is his outgoing and jovial personality. UKC GCh. KND’s Both Barrells Loaded Rat Terrier Owners: Stacy McWilliams and Sharon Blair 1. & 2. Stacy McWilliams, the owner of River Ridge Rat Terriers, has been showing Rat Terriers for many years, and was an integral part of bringing the Rat Terrier into the American Kennel Club. As a breeder for 15 years, she has produced many AKC champions and Grand Champions and many Group-winning Rat Terriers. 3. KND’s Both Barrells Loaded (‘Buck’) has never been shown in AKC, but his show career should start in 2017, working to achieve his champion title. SBIS GCh.S Lochlinear Gleanngay Cha Ching ROM Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Owner: Patricia M. Mullin 1. & 2. I began in Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers in 1999 and have been very fortunate to have been mentored by esteemed breeders from both Canada and the US. My specialty-winning Wheatens come down from Gay Dunlap’s Gleanngay line. 3. ‘Chip’ achieved his AKC championship, Grand Championship and first Specialty BOB win while being breeder/owner-handled. He then was handled by Amy Rutherford to No. 1 Wheaten dog and SBIS. Chip has also been successful on the national stage, having won BOB at AKC/Eukanuba and BOS at Westminster. Many of Chip’s get have achieved success in the conformation ring, including RBIS. 4. Chip is sired by one of the top Wheaten sires of all time, Ch. Gleanngay Holliday (‘Doc’). It has been said that Doc (1977-1992) has singularly influenced the breed in the US. Chip continues in his sire’s footsteps by having achieved his ROM at just 4 years old. 5. Chip’s forte and what he passes to his get is his presence and show attitude — confident, steady, holding his ground when sparred. He is also prepotent for magnificent wavy coat. Ch. Diamant V.D. Shonen Bergen Wire Fox Terrier Owner: Bill McFadden 1. I have been in the sport for about 40 years. I started breeding Wires in 1983. 2. ‘Diamant’ was bred in Germany by Wilhelm Shonenburg. I had admired he and his sister Diana many times, and Mr. OCTOBER 2016 DOGS IN REVIEW 119