Dogs in Review August 2014 Table of Contents

Posted: August 20, 2014 10 a.m. PST




Dogs in Review August 2014

August 2014

Page 26

The 2014 Nominating Committee for the WInkies for Annual Achievement

Page 42

AKC Chairman's Report

The American Kennel Club's true fans.
By Alan Kalter

Page 50

2014 Newfoundland National Specialty

The Newfoundland National embraces the theme "As Time Goes By."
By Karen Steinrock

Page 96

A Rare Breed Can Succeed

"All-around" Irish Water Spaneils excel all around the world.
By Dan Sayers

Page 110

Back to Basics

In the conformation ring, in all the performance areas and at home on the couch, 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. Read More>>
By Dana Massey, Ph.D.

Page 116

Icons of the Past

Master breeders whose legacies live on in the Sporting Group.
By Dan Sayers


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6 | Editor’s Page by Allan Reznik Read More>>

10 | Old School and Proud of It: Keeping Ourselves Honest as Judges
by Kathy Lorentzen

30 | From My Perspective: Critiques: Prose of the Sportsman
by Jason Hoke

32 | Looking Back: What Happened in Dogs in August
by Bo Bengtson

34 | Health Matters: Stress and Your Show Dog
by Debra M. Eldredge, DVM

38 | In the Juniors Ring: Why AKC Should reconsider Its Scholarship Programs
by Amber Leonard

60 | Show Scene: Late May to Mid-June 2014
by Paula Pascoe

84 | National Specialty Reports
by Paula Pascoe

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134 | Rates and Deadlines

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