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Knopa Finishes 2014 Year as No. 1 Scottish Terrier




Knopa Finishes 2014 Year as No. 1 Scottish Terrier


Am. Can. Russ. Ch. McVan's To Russia With Love "Knopa" finished 2014 as the No. 1 Scottish Terrier in Group Points and No. 3 Terrier in the United States. Shown by her friend and handler Rebecca Cross, Knopa went Best of Breed at the Scottish Terrier Club of America's National Special at Montgomery County. This is the second year in the row, she has won the national specialty.

During 2014, Knopa earned the following Awards:
8 All Breed Best in Shows, including
50 Group 1s;
28 Group 2s;
8 Group 3s;
7 Group 5s;
99 Best of Breeds; and
No. 4 Scottish Terrier in Canada (shown only one weekend)!

We are truly blessed to have bred such a wonderful Scottish Terrier. Knopa will retire in the U.S. at Westminster Kennel Club Show. She will then return to her owner, Marina Khenkina of Moscow Russia. She will sleep on the bed, frolic in the summer breeze and stay indoors during the cold Moscow winter. Thank you Marina for lending Knopa back to us so we could show and enjoy her in the U.S. while her sister Betsy had puppies.