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Westminster Kennel Club 2011

February 14, 2011 by staff 

Westminster Kennel Club 2011, The results of the first race series 2011 Westminster Kennel Club are in place – but only Best of Breed at the moment. Best of Breed Belgian Malinois for the year 2011 at the Westminster Kennel Club Show Dog is:

7 GCH Trisorts Harley Zoomin
Breed: Malinois
Sex: Dog
AKC: DN 07801104
Date of Birth: May 6, 2004
Breeder: Lisa M & Carol E Knock Knock
Sire: Ch Tribal Balderlo Victorio Van
Dam: Ch Trisorts Stamp
Owner: Marti & Jamie Cali Shattuck

The annual show of 179 breeds competing for his six races and their first time. This is the first Icelandic sheepdog, Leonberg, Boykin Spaniels, cane Coonhound Bluetick Coonhound parades redbone and are in competition. For a breed to be recognized by the American Kennel Club parent club must have established a breed standard, and there must be a sufficient population and distribution of dog.

The Westminster Dog Show begins Monday at Madison Square Garden with more than 2,000 dogs competes for Best in Show.
Overall, the dogs come from several countries and 49 of the 50 states. After the race the Kentucky Derby horse in the Westminster dog show is the second oldest sporting event in America. On Monday, the dog, toy, non-sporting and farming groups are considered, and sports, labor and burrows will compete on Tuesday, with Best in Show, which follows it.
The refuge of the Year rewards excellence and innovation in rescue programs or facilities. Stray Rescue of St. Louis is known for doing something unprecedented for a private, nonprofit: Support animal control duties from Saint-Louis, a large metropolis. Suddenly taking a major American city to kill for no-kill.

In addition to the price of Stray Rescue, dogs, exposure of the Year recognition dinner seven show dogs with the greatest number of first group in 2010, most of which are underway to participate in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show week next. With dogs, there will be Special Industry Awards recognizes individuals whose dedication to the world of dog is incomparable. These individuals will be honored for increasing public awareness of canine welfare and raising the respect in the industry as a whole. Prices include Groomer of the year, a veterinarian of the year, the housing of the Year and Coach of the Year.

Penny Dugan of Boffelli, Washington will be recognized on February 12, 2011, the 2010 Groomer of the Year by Laube at the 56th Annual Purina Pro Plan ® ® Show Dog of the Year ® Awards, presented by dogs in Review ®, New York City.

Dugan groomed for professional manager Timothy Brazier Seattle for many years, the duo has accumulated many achievements in the ring. A breeder of Miniature Poodles and Standard Club Dugan breed poodle of America 2000 National Specialty winner and has produced multiple Best of Show winners. She said she favors poodles, because “you must be very artistic” to groom the breed. A colleague agrees, “Penny has never failed to put every hair in perfect order. The dogs walk into the ring looking like a masterpiece. ”

The groomer of the year is awarded to an extraordinary person who has established a high standard of achievement in the profession of grooming. As a leader in the professional grooming, Laube is proud to share a passion and enthusiasm for dogs.

In addition to the price Dugan, show dogs of the Year recognition dinner seven show dogs with the greatest number of first group in 2010, most of which are underway to participate in the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show next week. With dogs, there will be Special Industry Awards recognizes individuals whose dedication to the world of dog is incomparable.

These individuals will be honored for increasing public awareness of canine welfare and raising the respect in the industry as a whole. Prices include Groomer of the year, a veterinarian of the year, the housing of the Year and Coach of the Year.

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