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238 — The friendships and journeys of a successful owner-handler | Pure Dog Talk

Sealyham Terrier owner-handler at the 2018 Westminster Kennel Club Olga Forlicz and Leslie Jaseph, Sealyham Terriers breeders, share stories about the international friendships and journeys of a successful breeder owner-handler. Details matter Jaseph shares her experience showing in the hyper competitive East Coast terrier groups, many of which are dominated by top professional handlers. “You…
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230 – Storm Kloud Alaskan Malamutes: Continuation of a Dream | Pure Dog Talk

Storm Kloud team of Alaskan Malamutes proved their heritage in 1994 After two years and 3,000 hours of training, Nancy Russell’s Storm Kloud Alaskan Malamutes were ready to compete in the iconic Iditarod Race in 1994. Russell shares her stories of this epic journey, noting that she was proud to show that “Our dogs can…
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228 – Alaskan Malamute Breeder Pursued a Dream to Run the Iditarod | Pure Dog Talk

Legendary Storm Kloud Alaskan Malamute Breeder Nancy Russell Shares Her Story In 1994 Nancy Russell bred and fielded the only AKC registered Alaskan Malamute team to ever enter and compete in the Iditarod. In part one, today’s talk, she shares the foundation of that journey, her breeding program and some of the incredible stories along…
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227 — German Pinscher: All-Purpose, Robust Dog for Active Owners | Pure Dog Talk

German Pinscher is up for anything, but not for everyone I visited with German Pinscher fanciers at the GPCA national to learn about this ancient breed. Valerie Vihlen Schluter and Janet Oatney were kind enough to share their enthusiasm and words of advice for potential owners. German Pinschers date to the 1800s. This family farm…
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226 – Jane Killion Shares the Evolution of Puppy Culture | Pure Dog Talk

Jane Killion on Puppy Culture for New and Experienced Breeders Alike One of my most frequently requested interview subjects, Jane Killion, author and breeder, joins me today to talk about how Puppy Culture got started and why even experienced breeders should check it out. Killion is a Bull Terrier breeder since 1997. She wanted to…
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223 — Rhodesian Ridgeback: Power and Elegance | Pure Dog Talk

Balancing act of the Rhodesian Ridgeback Denise Flaim, Rhodesian Ridgeback breeder, judge and historian, shares her knowledge as the RRCUS National Specialty kicks off in Colorado. The first impression of a Rhodesian Ridgeback, Flaim said, is a “smooth dog with an unbroken fluid line from the top of the head, lovely crested neck, smooth withers,…
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222 — Lydia Hutchinson on Cairn Terriers and 54 Years Judging | Pure Dog Talk

Loving life and living for Cairn Terriers I visited with Lydia Hutchinson, renowned AKC judge and breeder, owner, handler of Wolfpit Cairn Terriers, at Westminster Kennel Club earlier this year. After a day of stewarding, this enthusiastic septuagenarian was bubbling with enthusiasm about pedigrees, breeding and the sport of conformation dog shows. Watch the video.…
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215 – Lowchen in Danger: Could be Extinct in our Lifetime | Pure Dog Talk

Ancient Lowchen breed holds threatened future Alexia Rodriguez, breeder and Lowchen Club of America Director, talks about these non-shedding, healthy, active “best kept secret” little lion dogs. With depictions dating to the 1400s in Germany, Lowchen see only 80 dogs total registered annually in the U.S. Rodriguez said that in 2015, only 18 litters of…
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214 – Dancing with Dogs: Jere Marder, Lambluv OES | Pure Dog Talk

Her Dance Partner is Her Dog Jere Marder was a high school teacher when her husband brought her an OES puppy as a Christmas present. Her world renowned Lambluv Old English Sheepdogs are the result of a gift that has kept on giving for more than 40 years. She managed a successful breeding and show…
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206 — Love the Breeds: Shar Pei with Andrea Robins | Pure Dog Talk

Ancient Chinese Shar Pei Breed Finds Resurgence in North America Andrea Robins, a founding member of the Chinese Shar Pei Club of Canada, acquired her first Pei in 1983. She worked to get foundation stock registered in Canada and this ancient Chinese guard breed recognized there in 1991. According to the CSPCC, “It is generally…
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