Glen of Imaal Terrier people are still out and about. Slightly belated news with the Danish Winners and McCormac Setna Sithbacc taking the Top Award. Puppy Shows in Finland with a Best for McJake´s Angel-Lina and then a Group 2 and on the following day Gleann Elite Ellie was Best Puppy. At the International Dog Show in Poznań Solangana Sagittarius was Best of Breed
In America a back to back at Tennessee Valley Kennel Club saw Daulton’s Dark Lily of Caradoc take BOB both days and at Delaware (Ohio) Emerald Isle Keely with Daulton had a great run with BOB, OH group 3 and terrier Group 4. Also picking up news of a Puppy Group placing in America, c’mon don’t be shy as we all love to share!
The breed was represented at a big pet event at the NEC most ably by Gill and Inga plus requisite humans. What can we “mere Glen owners” do other than stand in awe with news like the following “Oliver earned an Advanced Distance title Saturday at the Performance Scent Dogs trial in Auburn, New Hampshire. He qualified in 4 classes, placing second twice and third once. He did not place in the fourth class since mom was too busy playing with the leash that she ignored his attempts to alert her to the scent hidden in the metal scoop on the floor” from Monique and this week he is joined by Bucky (Clugadan Buckaroo Bonzai). “Bucky earned his NACSW Nosework 2 Title today, becoming the second West Coast Glen to do so. He turned in an outstanding performance, receiving a “Pronounced” in three of the four trial elements as well as coming in third in vehicle searches. He was one of 12 dogs in a field of 36 who qualified today.”