Dog Breed and Dog Show Expert
Joined: Summer of 2002
Hometown: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Pets: Tibetan Spaniels and Afghan Hound
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Allan Reznik has been immersed in the world of dogs – as an owner, breeder, dog-show exhibitor, handler, print and broadcast journalist, and occasional judge – for more than three decades. He is Editor-at-Large for Dog World and Dog Fancy magazines, and Editor-in-Chief for Dogs in Review magazine.
In February 2008, he was named Best Columnist of the Year by the Alliance of Purebred Dog Writers. Allan shows Tibetan Mastiffs and Tibetan Spaniels. He was one of the three celebrity judges on the hit CBS reality series “Greatest American Dog.”
Latest Dog Breed Advice from Allan Reznik
Getting a Basenji in a dog-restricted apartment is irresponsible.
“Dapple” refers to a dog’s coat pattern rather than to a specific color.
An adult Great Dane would be easier to adopt and transition into a couple’s life.
Latest Show Dog Advice from Allan Reznik
Also known as the Australian Cattle Dog, the Blue Heeler was developed from Collie-Dingo crosses.
Regardless of breed, nine to 10 hours in a crate is not fair to any dog.
Lab lovers seek to get a new dog, but are worried about the breed’s exercise needs.