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Two National Specialties; 2 McVan Scotties

It doesn't happen often but it did for us. Gch. More...

Nora Finishes Her Israeli Championship

McVan's Come Away with Me "Nora" finished her Israeli championship at Terrier Club Show in Savion ( israel) under Breeder Judge Goran Gladic. She went BOS. More...

NEW Back to Back BISs for GchG McVan's Flash Gordon

Gch. McVan's Flash Gordon "Flash" used his super powers to pull off Back to Back all breed Best in Shows. More...

Flash Wins Another Specialty

Gch McVan's Flash Gordon wins his 5th specialty at the Washington State Scottish Terrier Club in Puyallup, WA. The same day, Flash won the breed and the group at the All Terrier Club of Washington under breeder judge Dr. More...

Am. Ch. McVan's E Equals MC-squared Thai Champion

 

2008-12-02

 

Am. Ch. McVan's E Equals MC-squared Thai Champion

 

BANGKOK, THAILAND -- Am. Ch. McVan's E Equals MC-squared "Einstein" became a Thai champion in three shows with 3 Best Junior in Show wins. made his debute in Thailand at the Pantip Pet Expo. Shown by breeder Vandra, Einstein got BOB and Reserve Best in Group at the first two shows. Einstein who is 17 months old, also earned two Best Junior in Show titles on Australian Judge David Strachan and Thai judge Peerapong Pisitwuttinan. The next day, Einstein was shown by "Johnny" Khanchit Singhamongkolkhet who has taken a rest from grooming the famous U.S. sealyham "Charmin" and was in Thailand to visit his family. At the third show, Einsten went Best in Group, beating the #1 terrier and #3 all breed dog in Thailand. To become a Thai champion a dog must earn 3 ccs and 60 points. Points are awarded for breed and group placements. Einstein is proudly own by Dr. Teerana Bhongmakapat. Einstein is out of Am. Can. Ch. McVan's Light My Fire and Am. Can. Ch. Beameup McVan's Gold Digger.