Obedience judging (Dog shows)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
7.7 Frank L. Grant memorial collection, 1935-1967
Scope and Contents Frank L. Grant was an active exhibitor, breeder, and owner of Doberman Pinschers in the 1940s and early 1950s in Michigan and Ohio. He was also an accomplished trainer and judge of both conformation and obedience, judging the DPCA National Specialty twice. His Dobermans, Int. Ch. Ardexter vd Valtheim ("Dex") and Can./Am. Ch. Cristi vd Rhinegold, were accomplished in the show ring.This collection includes a scrapbook in memorial of Frank L. Grant's contributions to the Doberman...
AKC Rules and Information Pamphlets Collection
Collection — Box 1-16
Abstract The AKC Rules and Information Pamphlets collection includes pamphlets published by the AKC compiling rules, regulations, guidelines and procedures for various AKC registration, events, and shows. Dating from the early 1930s to present, these pamphlets are periodically updated and new versions published to provide participants with up-to-date, complete information regarding the administration of the sport of pure-bred dogs in the United States. The most recent version of each pamphlet is...
AKD 3.7 Doberman Pinscher Club of America collection
Abstract The Doberman Pinscher Club of America collection spans from 1887 to present and is a comprehensive record of the Doberman Pinscher breed in America and the club's activities.The collection is arranged into ten series. Club Administration and Governance includes club meeting minutes, secretary's files, officer and committee files, and membership lists, directories, and club yearbooks. The Chapter Clubs series includes records related to the management of chapter clubs, Chapter...
Winifred G. Strickland collection of dog obedience training scrapbooks
Content Description 6 scrapbooks (photos, clippings, correspondence, ribbons) documenting obedience training and event participation; some loose files including manuscript by Strickland on her Wynthea Kennels. Scope and Contents Collection highlights the golden period of Strickland's career, when for five consecutive years, 1950 to 1954, three of her dogs were named top obedience dogs of the United States. During this period she earned 40 perfect scores of 200...