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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...

Lacey Goes BOB From Classes

 

2009-05-16

 

Lacey Goes BOB From Classes

 

McVan's Lightning and Lace Strikes Ballyhoo garnered BOB honors from the classes at the Jackson Tennessee Dog Fanciers Association on May 17 for her first 4 point major. Owner-handled by Angie Solomito, Lacey bested two top Scottie specials to take the breed under terrier expert Bruce Schwartz. This teen-age Scottie lassie recently won the large 12-18 bitch class at the Scottish Terrier Club of America National Specialty. We are very proud of Lacey and Angie for their accomplishments.

In Washington state, Lacey's brother McVan's Light Of My Life "Webster" owned Ben Hosakul and Ken Kincaid got back to back BOWs and BOS at local shows. Webster needs a major to finish his championship.