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2016 Canadian National

Judge Frank Kane, Pierre Talbot handling Madame (6½ years old), Jean Delisle, Pat Konrad and Alfons Konrad presenting the National Specialty Best of Breed Trophy in honor of MBIS & MBISS Am/Can CH. Nickleodeon's Bobbie Magee.
We are very proud of this win!
In 1997, Am/Can CH. Kebec's Black Ashley (Black bitch) won BISS at the Canadian National. In 2004, Am/Can CH. Kebec's Californian Trader (Buff dog) won the BISS at the National. And now Madame (Red/White bitch) Canadian Grand Champion, Puerto Rico Champion, San Juan Winner, Europasieger VDH, World Gundog Winner, Vice-World Winner Kebec's Madame La Présidente is the proud 2016 National BISS! Madame is also Best Canadian Bred in Show. We were honored to have Pat and Alfons bring the National Trophy for the show and present a keepsake trophy. Finally, Thank you to Jean DeWolfe and her formidable team to have organize this National and thank you to the sponsors for the unique trophies made of Woodturning - Black Cherry Burl.


Judging in Edmonton

Pierre judged the Regional Specialty of the American Cocker Spaniel Club of Canada at the Northern Alberta Canine Association and Jean judged at the All-Breed show. A formidable experience for both of us.The day before, we had a marvelous time visiting downtown Edmonton, Alberta. June 1, 2014


Ottawa Kennel Show

Last Show of 2013 was the Ottawa Kennel Club (Est. 1887). We had such a nice weather we decided to do some sightseeing around Canada's parliament. Madame in very limited showing (3 or 4 week-ends) finished 4th American Cocker Spaniel in Canada!


Prince Edward Island Show

After 12 hours drive and a different time zone, we got to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island (Anne of Green Gables Island!) attending the Island Dog Show on Oct 26-27, 2013.


European Show and Vacation (2013)

In May 2013 we traveled to Europe with Madame for a 3 weeks Dog Show and Vacation attending the Dortmund (Germany) show and the World Gundog Show and the FCI World Dg Show in Budapest (Hungary). Photos of this trip can be view here. Jean wrote 3 articles for the Canadian Dog Fancier monthly magazine; the first is "Madame goes to Europe" and the second is "Hungary welcomes the World" (http://www.canadiandogfancier.com/july2013/) and the last is "2013 Dortmund" (http://www.canadiandogfancier.com/sept2013/).