“The reason a dog has so many friends is that he wags his tail and not his tongue.” — author unknown
CH Grandville Paddington Bear J.W.
(Happily retired in our home)
Presented and adored by breeder Leila Grandemange
Sincere thanks to judge Barbara Garnet-Wilson for this special memory, Best Ruby in Show, and Puppy of the Year Qualifier 2010!
Paddy was such a fun puppy to train and show. I was thrilled when he earned his Junior Warrant title in 2010 at only 9 months of age. He also qualified for the best Puppy of the Year competition. Thank you to all the judges who recognized him!
The Junior Warrant title signifies he earned 10 points at the CKCSC Regional Championship shows before the age of 18 months. Paddy was presented with this lovely certificate to recognize his achievement.
Paddington qualified for the Best Puppy of the Year competition in Danbury CT! At 5 months, and his first CKCSC club show, Paddy brought home a BEST JUNIOR PUPPY IN SHOW, as well as two 1st places and one 2nd place in his large puppy class showing against all 4 colors, earning his first points.
Results: 1st Senior Puppy Dog, Cavaliers of the South 3/19/10 , 1st Senior Puppy Dog, Cavaliers of the South 3/20/10 , 1st Senior Puppy Dog, CNE 3/21/10
A few of Paddy’s Judge Critiques
- “Handsome ruby that was just my whole color type. He moved confidently and had an overall balance.” Judge Barbara Grimm Curley, (Falling Springs), CNE York, PA 11/07/09
- “Really darling ruby boy. Big, dark eyes, gleaming ruby coat, ideal outline and smart mover.” Judge Dr. Kathy H. Aycock (Highcotton), COS York, PA 11/08/09
- “Rich ruby color. Larger youngster with a beautiful head, large dark eyes and sweet expression, nice neck, well angulated, best movement in the class. Happy disposition. Very promising.” Paddy places 1st in a large Graduate puppy class and is awarded Best Ruby in Show! Paddy qualifies for Best Puppy of the Year! -Judge Barbara Garnett Wilson
- “Three year old dog. Nice masculine head. Ears are well placed. Large dark eyes with soft expression. Scissors bite. Excellent neck and angulations. Strong back. Good tail set. Good chest and spring of ribs. Good coat quality. But most of all, very elegant in movement: he carries his head high and has a lot of drive from the rear. Good temperament.” – Alix Jauffret