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I can't for the life of me recall about the 22 month old but it seems like the terriers?

I found the official page. Duh!
http://www.westminsterkennelclub.org/2004/results/group /

Gwen
BTW, does anyone on this NG know of anyone that owns or has owned this breed?
http://www.westminsterkennelclub.org/breedinformation/working/komdor.html

How do you brush these dogs? How to shampoo them. I am very curious.

All I can think of is they must hold odor. I am sure that is probably not so.
Strange looking dogs.
Beauty is certainly in the eye of the beholder.
Gwen
Does anyone know when the herding breeds will be on tonight?

Last before BIS.

Mary H. and the Ames National Zoo: Regis, Sam-I-Am, Noah (1992-2001), Ranger, Duke,
felines, and finches
Last before BIS.

Sounds like they planned it just so it would be way past Gwen's bed time.

Suja
Does anyone know when the herding breeds will be on tonight?

Last before BIS. Mary H. and the Ames National Zoo: Regis, Sam-I-Am, Noah (1992-2001), Ranger, Duke, felines, and finches

Thanks Mary.
http://www.westminsterkennelclub.org/2004/results/group /

I did manage to locate this after asking this question.

Gwen
Last before BIS.

Sounds like they planned it just so it would be way past Gwen's bed time. Suja

Indeed. Though I normally am up until past 11:00,
even though I get up at 5:30 am.
I will manage to be awake tonight.
Gwen
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So I guess you don't recall about the other youngster in the group? He was even younger.

The 11 month-old was the Finnish Spitz. Happened to catch it in the brief time DH let me watch last night. Hmph.
Cate
Thanks Melinda. I was very curious about that since it is quite unusual for a dog that young to even have a Champion title, let alone going to the Westminster.

How difficult it is to finish a pup depends a lot on the breed in question. In Briards, it's not at all unusual for dogs to finish from 6-9 puppy, and even group placements at that age are not unheard of.
JFWIW,
Dianne (very annoyed with WKC for not having the Briard results up yet, even though breed was judged over
FOUR HOURS AGO)
How do you brush these dogs?

You don't. You groom them with your fingers (separate the coat into cords when they're adolescents, then try to keep crap picked out of it after that).
How to shampoo them.

Shampooing them isn't much of a problem. Rinsing, OTOH, takes quite a while. And my friend that showed them told me her big male took 8 hours to blow dry. He got a bath once a week. I am not making this up.
Most pet and retired Koms are kept clipped down, for obvious reasons!
JFWIW,
Dianne
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