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National Best Of Breed

ASC Cocker Spaniel National Specialty Best Of Breed

1977 Ch. Liz Bar Magic of Music
Mary N. Barnes
1978 Ch. Kamp's Kaptain Kool
Mrs. B. Covey
1979 Ch. Liz Bar Chances Are
Mr. & Mrs. J. LeSage, Mary N Barnes
1980 Ch. Butch's Kountry Boy
S. Galassi, J. Moon
1981 Ch. Denzil's Super Daddy
K. Marquez, F. Groves
1982 Ch. Cottonwood's Colleen O'Brien
J. Chase, C. Ward
1983 Ch. Cottonwood's Colleen O'Brien
J. Chase, C. Ward
1984 Ch. Timothy Sparkle Plenty
D. Lilly
1985 Ch. Juban's Jovan
Mrs. Ron Mushal
1986 Ch. Waltan's Lady Jane
Steven A. Clavert, M.D.
1987 Ch. Especial-E For Me
Pamela J. Klutts
1988 Ch. Riviera's O'Riley
Daryl & Cheryl Forker
1989 Ch. Windmill's What Class
Beth Beal & Charles Gray

1990 Ch. Brookwood Rae's Creek
Tiina & Al Blue
1991 Ch. Westglen Blak-Gammon
Corliss Westerman, Tracy L. Carroll
1992 Ch. Cherokees Satin Doll
Brigitte Berg
1993 Ch. Kane Venture Heaven's Gait
C. Paul, S. Bailey & D. Kane
1994 Ch. Rendition Triple Play
Brigitte Berg
1995 Ch. Ashwoods Worth the Wait
Genea White Jones
1996 Ch. Kane Venture Heaven's Gait
Diana Kane
1997 Ch. Afton's Absoulut, CGC
Carolee Douglas & J. & C. Silva
1998 Ch. Budken Comac Royal Sensation
Ken Smith & Jim Knight
1999 Ch. Sweetheart's Space Jam
Linda Gruskin & S.M. Morris
2000 Ch. Showcase's Trifecta
Brigitte Berg
2001 Ch. Darkehaven Feast Your Eyes
P.A. Maher, R. Vaughan & P. Darke
2002 Ch. Darkehaven Feast Your Eyes
P.A. Maher, R. Vaughan & P. Darke
2003 Ch. San Jo's Born To Win
Sandra Bell
2004 Ch. San Jo's Born To Win
Sandra Bell
2005 Exl's Simple Wish
Sandy Knaus & Jan Huml
2006 Ch. Lydgate Rise N' Shine
Deborah R. Knight
2007 Ch. Lydgate Rise N' Shine
Jacquelyn Beaudoin & Mary Walker & Deborah Knight
2008 Ch. Silverhall Seductive
Wilson & Bonnie Pike
2009 Kenwood's Lightning Rod
Dennis & Pamela Doyle & Alfredo Chacin

2010 GCH CH Casablanca's Thrilling Seduction
L Moore/B Van Deman/C Douglas/M Walker/C Cassidy
2011 GCH CH Casablanca's Thrilling Seduction
L Moore/B Van Deman/C Douglas/M Walker
2012 GCH CH Casablanca's Thrilling Seduction
L Moore/B Van Deman/C Douglas/M Walker
 2013 GCH CH Trinity's Tucked Under His Wing
Susan Gray/Stacy Dobmeier
 2014 GCH CH Mario N Beechwood's Midnight Express
F. & C. Charest & Mark J. Ragusa & P. Ragusa
 2015 CH Ashdown's Time To Thrill
C Douglas, G White Jones, B Van Deman, & J Beaudoin
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

WHAT ABOUT THE CANINE INFLUENZA VIRUS?
If you're wondering about the steps the Purina Event Center is taking to keep your dog safe from the flu, you can read their protocol below and do your part as well.
 
Purina Farms Canine Influenza Virus (H3N2) Protocol
 
We have started to receive an influx of questions about canine flu lately, and this document is in an effort to accurately convey the facts about the virus and to outline our prevention protocol. The Canine Influenza Virus is highly contagious and the symptoms are similar to tracheobronchitis (kennel cough), however, the cough produced by the flu virus is often soft and moist. Ranging from mild to severe, H3N2 flu starts as an upper-respiratory illness depicted by a persistent cough, clear nasal discharge and low-grade fever combined with lethargy and reduced appetite.
 
An H3N2 infected dog is most contagious during the two- to four-day incubation period when they are shedding the virus in nasal secretions but not showing signs of illness. (Virtually all dogs exposed to the virus become infected; 80 percent of dogs develop a flu. like illness and the 20 percent that do not become sick can still spread the virus to other dogs.) Sick dogs showing signs of respiratory illness should be separated from other dogs for two weeks. Regarding transmission: A sick dog transmits the virus to another dog through saliva, coughing and sneezing, contaminated objects such as food and water bowls, toys, collars, and leashes, and by people moving between infected and uninfected dogs.  Purina Farms consulted with a veterinarian on our internal advisory council whose area of active research is infectious diseases and his recommendation, along with recommendations set forth by the American Veterinary Medical Association (see below), helped establish our protocol:
 
- We routinely disinfect all surfaces. We clean using a bleach solution at a 1 to 30 dilution as the virus can survive up to 48 hours on hard surfaces
- Staff have been instructed to wash with soap and water often when coming into contact with dogs or items that may have dog feces, urine, saliva or blood.
- Staff wash their uniforms every night since the virus can live on clothing for up to 12 hours
- Purina Farms also uses disinfectants like Wysiwash and Oxyquat, which are pet-friendly solutions that help kill bacteria, viruses and fungi including parvo. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the facility as an extra precautionary measure
- We do not provide community water bowls and would recommend no sharing of bowls in general
- We request that all clinically ill dogs as well as those with concerning symptoms not attend events on the property
- We encourage exhibitors to have their dogs vaccinated for H3N2 to lessen the signs.  There is a vaccine for this strain and it is a 2 shot series (one shot and then a booster 3-4 weeks later). This vaccine is not the same as the H3N8 vaccine.
What we recommend exhibitors do to prevent contracting this and/or spreading the virus:
- Dogs should avoid nose to nose contact with other dogs and no shared drinking bowls
- Avoid using the off-leash exercise area where dogs come into contact with each other
- Consider getting the 2-series vaccine for H3N2
- Use hand sanitizer available throughout the building & wash hands w/ soap & water often