Xavier: Canada’s Top Dog of all breeds for 2018 Ch Krisma’s X Man First Class and his talented handler and groomer extraordinaire, Connie Krohn
Tupak was bred in Hungary by Zsuzsu Somos Soos and is owned by Leo Rabinovitz and Christina Koffman-Heard and sponsored during his career by John Affel. In Mexico, Tupak was #3 all breed and handled by Jorge Flores Martinez. He then came to Canada and was handled beautifully during his campaign by Christina. In 2018, he finished his year in Canada as the #2 working dog and #7 all breeds.
To that end, and with the blessing of many clubs, with more contributing regularly, the initiative has spread from coast to coast.
We continue our fall appearances and were pleased to be present at the Wine Country KC in Welland, On and at the Elgin County KC in London On. We also had a booth in Northern Ontario ( Sudbury) at the Nickel District KC. Grateful to these clubs for inviting us to have a booth at their shows. every little bit helps our cause and purebred dogs!!!
William piloted the lovely 15 inch Beagle, fondly known as Miss ‘P’ to Best in Show at this most prestigious dog show. Requesting a short speech, William graciously acknowledged the accolades and in true sportsman style admitted that the win and the surrounding media attention was still surreal. He humbly acknowledged everyone for their support and it was very evident that he still struggled with the enormity of winning such a huge event in the sport of dogs. We are all so very proud of the Canadian breeders and owners of Miss P and especially to Will for making Canada a proud purebred dog nation at one of the world’s most renowned dog shows.
When discussing dog overpopulation and abandonment, dog breeders are often unfairly grouped into one category. Putting responsible dog breeders on the same tier as unethical sources is often an empty critique and lacks a fundamental understanding of the broken system that is perpetuating the issue of dog homelessness.
The individuals who are breeding senselessly or unethically should not be lumped in with reputable breeders who are advocates for healthy, emotionally sound dogs and responsible dog ownership.
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SOME aspects of temperament and behavior are also carried on genes. If you want an energetic dog, you can choose a breed who typically inherits genes for high energy.
For this reason, dogs that are knowingly or unknowingly purchased from an unethical source are more likely to end up in the shelter system.