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Best in Show, Reserve Best in Show Champion

Briarside TG All that Glitters



 
You fell in love with her mother, the whole world loved her father, Dr Michael Tipple and Todd & Allison Foley, are pleased to present to the fancy their homebred champion “Twink”
 
BIS RBIS Ch. Briarside TG All That Glitters
 
The gorgeous Ellie Mae (Multi BIS GCh Adessi Elemental Afterglow) Top Dog All Breeds in Canada May of 2015, when an accident cut short her show career. Ellie Mae had already stolen hearts all over the world with her exciting performances at Crufts, Westminster Kennel Club and Poodle Club of America.
 

Multi BIS GCh Adessi Elemental Afterglow
 
Then there was Ricky (Multi BIS BISS GCh Afterglow Maverick Sabre) guided by Jason Lynn and Michael Gadsby. Ricky had won the Eukanuba World Challenge, The largest Crufts Best in Show to date, the breed at Westminster, Poodle Club of America and the World Dog Show. As well he was of course England’s Top Dog All Breeds.


Multi BIS BISS GCh Afterglow Maverick Sabre
 
To say we are thrilled that this mating lived up to our wildest dreams is an understatement.
 
In limited ring appearances, Twink was Best Bred by Exhibitor in Show at the Heart of America Poodle Specialty the day after Poodle Club of America under none other than Mr. Frank Sabella.
 
Her next appearance had her winning BEST IN SHOW from the Bred By Exhibitor to garner her first Canadian points under Dr. Gail Forsythe.
 
Her next American appearance had her winning Reserve Best In Show in an entry of 1500 plus, again from the Bred By Exhibitor class under Mr. Eugene Blake.
 
Twink will make a few select appearances to close out 2017 including the World Dog show
 
Who knows what the future will hold.


Bred & Owned By: Dr. Michael Tipple, Todd Foley, Allison Foley
 
Front Cover photo's by Todd Foley & Colton O'Shea
NORTHWINDS DOG CLUB – MANITOBA
October 21, 22, 2017
Saturday Best in Show Judge: Robert Whitney
BIS West Highland White Terrier - GCh Skyehigh's Here We Go Again
Sunday Best in Show Judge: Elaine Whitney
BIS Dachshund (Standard Wire-Haired) - GCh Matsutakes This Moment In Time
BELLEVILLE & DISTRICT KENNEL CLUB
October 20, 21, 22 2107
Friday Show 1 Best in Show Judge: Barbara Heal
BIS Deerhound (Scottish) - GCh Harambee's Luxmoore Of Wick
RBIS Staffordshire Bull Terrier - GCh Absolute Ly Here For Your Entertainment
Friday Show 2 Best in Show Judge: Guy Jeavons
BIS Bouvier des Flandres - Ch Stonepillar's Navy at Quiche
RBIS Glen Of Imaal Terrier - Ch Abberann Phelan
Saturday Best in Show Judge: Dr. Lucie Paradis
BIS Portuguese Water Dog - GCh Claircreek Faro Do Atlantico
RBIS Deerhound (Scottish) - GCh Harambee's Luxmoore Of Wick
Sunday Best in Show Judge: Honey Glendinning
BIS Old English Sheepdog - Reata's Sky
RBIS Setter (Gordon) - Ch Bran Linn Amulet
UPCOMING SHOWS NEXT WEEKEND
 
BATTLE RIVER CANINE ASSOCIATION  - ALBERTA
TRILLIUM DOG FANCIERS – ONTARIO
ISLAND DOG CLUB – PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND

Top 15 All Breeds in Canada 

Rank    Name Breed Points

1   GCh Claircreek Faro Do Atlantico  Portuguese Water Dog  13181
   
 
2   GCh Summerford's What Ever  Newfoundland 9980
   
 
3   GChEx Heartsease Empress Of India  Newfoundland 8078
   
 
4   Ch Sevenoaks Lady Penelope  English Setter  5882
   
 
5   GCh Skyehigh's Here We Go Again   West Highland White Terrier  5505
   
 
6   Ch Rexroth's Angelina  Miniature Pinscher  4978
   
 
7   GCh Gallardo Tybrushe GirlAlmighty  Boxer  3876
   
 
8   Ch Takala Trails Darcy  Irish Terrier  3813
   
 
9   GCh Gwich'inz Paparazzi Vizionz of Summerwindz  Afghan Hound  3594
   
 
10   GCh PaRay's Molto Particulare  Bichon Frise  3581
   
 
11   Ch Raynbo's Foolish Pleasure  Borzoi  3534
   
 
12   GCh Brio's Hotsicle  Golden Retriever  3455
   
 
13   GChEx Triseter Celtic Player  Gordon Setter  3431
   
 
14   GCh Woodside's Southern Belle  German Shepherd Dog  3236
   
 
15   GCh Carnaby Between Friends English Cocker Spaniel 2981
unofficial results courtesy of  www.canuckdogs.com

 

Top 15 All Breeds in The USA

Rank    Name Breed  

1   GChS Ingebar's Tynan Dances With Wildflowers  Giant Schnauzer   
   
 
2   GChP Silverhall Strike Force  American Cocker Spaniel (ASCOB)  
   
 
3   GChS Cordmaker Mister Blue Sky  Puli   
   
 
4   GChP Belle Creek's All I Care About Is Love  Bichon Frise  
   
 
5   GChP Mojo's Continuation Of A Myth  Akita   
   
 
6   GChP2 Sabe's Simply Invincible  Boston Terrier   
   
 
7   GChS Shaireab's Bayleigh Daenerys Stormborn  Welsh Terrier   
   
 
8   GChP Hill Country's Let's Get Ready To Rumble  Pug  
   
 
9   GChP Fidelis Ripcord  Doberman Pinscher   
   
 
10   GChG Nanook's This Girl Is On Fire  Siberian Husky   
   
 
11   GChS Yarrow Hi-Tech Drills N Skills  Affenpinscher   
   
 
12   GChG Clussexx Man Of Steel  Clumber Spaniel   
   
 
13   GChP2 Cerise Blindside  English Springer Spaniel   
   
 
14   GChS Tamarin Tailback  Affenpinscher   
   
 
15   GChB Kamand's Full Of Beans @ Erinhill  Sussex Spaniel   
       
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Nine Health Benefits of Feeding Pumpkin to our Dogs


Here are nine health benefits of feeding pumpkin to your dogs this fall and all year long:
 
1. Pumpkin is not only tasty, but it's a wonderful source of fiber for your pet. That makes it an ideal nutrient for a puppy or adult having problems with constipation.  

2. Alternatively, pumpkin flesh contains soluble fiber, which helps slow digestion and manage diarrhea by absorbing water. 
 
 
 
3. Pumpkin also contains Vitamin A, which is important for vision health.
 
4. It also contains Vitamin C, which boosts the immune system. 
 
5. Save the seeds this year when you carve your pumpkin and grind them up to add to your dog's dinner. They're good for joint health, their coat, and your dog will love the taste.
 
6. If your plump puppy, or adult need to lose some weight adding pumpkin to their food, introduces extra fiber which can help them feel full for longer. 

 
7Pumpkin slows the aging process with its abundant antioxidant beta-carotene.
 
8. Pumpkin is low in fat.
 
9. An amino acid in pumpkin seeds called cucurbitin is a reliable way to destroy internal parasites, and a natural way to maintain prostate gland health, treat inflamed bladder and stimulate male hormones ...

Behind the Scene

 
Name: Michelle Scott
Guelph, Ontario
Kennel name: Brielle
CKC Licensed All Breed Judge
 
1) If you could have another breed, what would it be?
We have been wanting a Dandie Dinmont Terrier for over a year.
 
2) How many shows a month do you attend, and how many dogs do you normally take?
 
I try to attend at least 2 shows a month when I’m not judging. We currently have nothing to show, but hope to be a little busier next year.
 
3) If you could only attend one "must do" show a year, what would it be?
Poodle Club of America National Specialty, for as long as I can remember.
 
4) Besides your dogs, do you have any other animals?
We used to have many animals when the kids were here, but now we only have one old cat. Now that we’re grandparents that may have to change! 
 
5) Name something that is on your "life" bucket list to do?  
I don’t have a bucket list. I take the day as it comes and face each challenge and opportunity with thoughtfulness and gratitude.
 
6) Would you like to see critiques at shows in North America?  
I would love to see critiques at North American shows! Exhibitors are kept in the dark about a judge’s decision, and a critique would help them understand what the judge is seeing. I would like to see a few shows designate a handful of breeds for each judge to critique to start with and the process could be fine tuned depending on how well it’s received. It will be a steep learning curve, but I think it would help our sport in the long run.
 
7) What is your favorite way to relax?
That would be laying in a hammock on a beach in Mexico, with a few good books.
 
8) What is your current 5 - year plan in dogs?
We’re not really breeding any more - I’m away a lot and Standard Poodles are a lot of work!  
 
9) Do you do pet grooming, or pet boarding for dogs you have bred, and do you have a commercial pet grooming and boarding business?
We have a grooming shop and will board client dogs. The bulk of our business is show dogs.
 
10) What breed or all breed clubs are you a member of?  
I am a life member of the CKC, President of Club VI, Ontario, and a member of the Scarborough Kennel Club.

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CPR in Dogs

 
To many of us, our animals are part of the family, but would you know what to do if things went wrong?  Could you do even the most basic of things such as checking if your dog’s heart is still beating?  Would you know how often he should be taking a breath?  If there were a road traffic accident, would you freeze or give him the best chance of survival?
 
CPR is ONLY performed when the animal is not breathing, nor has a heartbeat.
If he DOES have a heartbeat but is NOT breathing, perform Artificial Respiration instead.
 
C = Cardio (heart)
P = Pulmonary (breathing/lungs)
R = Resuscitation (beating the heart and breathing for a third party to revive them)
 
CPR:  Where to place your hands?
Knowing where to place your hands during CPR for a dog is something that worries many people. We generally say aim for between the 4th-6th rib, but an easy way to get the “spot” is by lying the dog on his right side, feet pointing away from you and you kneeling at his back. Bend his front leg back and where the elbow touches the rib cage, this is pretty much where you want to be.

For a deep chested dog like a Ridgeback/Whippet/Greyhound etc, use this method and then aim about an inch further forwards towards the armpit.  This slight modification will make it even more effective for such breeds.

For a barrel chested dog, such as a bulldog, lay the dog on his back as you would a human and position your hand in the middle of the chest, on the breastbone above the point where the ribs meet.
 
How many hands should I use?

Medium or Large dog:
Use TWO hands, one on top of the other, with fingers interlocked

Small dog:
Use the heel of ONE hand

Tiny dog:
Use ONE hand around his ribcage applying pressure with the muscle at the base of your thumb.
Newborn pups (or even cats)
Hold around the ribcage as above, and squeeze pressing with your thumb pad only.
 
ONLY ever perform CPR on an animal that has no pulse.
 
30 chest compressions to every 2 breathes.
 
The speed of compressions is also now consistent with human CPR in that we aim for a rate of 100-120 beats per minute.
Before you commence the 30:2 compressions to breaths ratio sequence for a dog, remember to administer 5 good rescue breaths to top them up with oxygen before you start. There is no point in commencing compressions if there is no oxygen in the blood stream to transport!
 
 
Tilt the dog’s head back to straighten the airway and pull the tongue forward, right out of the mouth.  Now move the tongue to the side so that it slots out through the gap just behind the large fang tooth. Hold the dog around the muzzle with both hands, which will grip the tongue in place with the teeth and prevent it going back into the dog’s mouth.
Now breathe down the nostrils (for a very small dog you can put your mouth all the way around the nose and muzzle to ensure you do not breathe too hard).
Once your 5 breaths have gone in and you have seen the ribcage rise with each breath, you can then commence the 30:2 sequence.
 
 
Continue for 1 minute then stop to check for a pulse, breathing and signs of life.  If no signs are detected, continue for 2 minutes and recheck then another 2 minutes etc.  If there is no change after 20 minutes… Rainbow Bridge is calling.
While it is always preferable to administer the chest compressions with the dog lying on his right side so that the left side of his chest (and therefore his heart) is uppermost, CPR can still be done with the dog on
the other side too.
 
Kerry Rhodes
Advanced Canine First Aid

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