Dogs In Review

Show Dog News

Breed Comparison Chart: Vizsla & Weimaraner

Terry d. Chacon Art Exhibit at AKC Museum

Eukanuba World Challenge Leaves Orlando

Welcoming Cotons to the Non-Sporting Group



From the August 2014 Issue

Dog Judges

Honest Judging

In the end, the only person that can keep you honest as a judge is you. Rules, regulations and field representatives aside, we are the masters of our own accountability every time we step inside a ring.

By Kathy Lorentzen 

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Vizsla Weimaraner

Weimaraner/Vizsla Breeds

In the ring, in performance and at home, there is an ongoing comparison of the Vizsla to the Weimaraner. They are both Sporting dogs, and many similarities exist in their history, function and standards.

By Dana Massey, Ph.D.

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Improving Purebred PR

Don't you think that the show dog community should show a better face to the world? We need to do a better job at public relations instead of wasting time fighting each other.

By Stephanie Hunt-Crowley

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Terry Chacon Artist

Terry d. Chacon Art Exhibit

A stunning exhibit of artist Terry d. Chacon’s work opened in May 2014 at the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog, located in St. Louis., Mo.

By Allan Reznik

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Dogs in Review Resources

Dog Grooming Brush

Show Dog Grooming

Tips for grooming show dogs, what mistakes judges comm-only see in the ring, and the grooming trends over the past decades.

Dog Breeders

Meet Influential Dog Breeders

These breeders have impacted the sport by breeding the exceptional dogs of the past. Meet some of these icons of the dog show world.

Westminster Dog Show

Coverage of World-Famous Dog Shows

Dogs in Review covers all the big shows, including Westminster, Crufts, World Dog Show, AKC/Eukanuba and more.

Dogs in Review Issues

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