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A Look at Blakeen and Pillicoc Kennels

Intense competition between Blakeen and Pillicoc kennels continued from the 1930s into the 1940s.

Standard Poodle Ch. Nunsoe Duc de la Terrace of Blakeen

Standard Poodles had been around for many years without attracting much notice in the show ring, but suddenly, in 1932 two leaped to the forefront. One of them was "The Duke."

The FCI in Changing Times

An interview with President Rafael de Santiago about China and the 2019 FCI World Dog Show.

Land of the Rising Sun: The Japanese Miracle

Japan began holding Western-style dog shows in the second half of the 1900s.

Technology Is Our Friend, Until it Isn’t

Technology can affect our lives in positive and negative ways. It’s all about how we choose to use it.


Giving Back: Superhero AmStaff Serves With an Aloha Spirit

AmStaff Pilialoha Joy Gomes THD, CGC, CGCA, is more than just a certified therapy dog and celebrated breed ambassador in her Honolulu community.

Old School: Reviving Breeder Education

Qualified mentors in individual breeds grows smaller as the need for education grows larger.

Giving Back: Sequoia KC Stands Tall Among Small Clubs

A shining example of how even a small dog club can give back in a big way.

Handler/Breeder-Owners Are in a League of Their Own

These fanciers demonstrate great mastery not just in the ring but also in breeding programs.

Between the Lines: Where Is the Next Generation?

Who will care enough about dog breeding, lineage and breed history to carry the world of purebred dogs into the future?


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