The BARRIE KENNEL AND OBEDIENCE CLUB, INC. (BKOC) is committed to promoting Responsible Dog Ownership (RDOG) in the community and provides a variety of programs to facilitate this goal. Currently, the BKOC hosts a three day show at Orillia District Agricultural Society (ODAS) Park in Orillia on the August Civic Holiday weekend. In addition to the 3 day All Breed conformation show, the club offers Limited Breed Shows for German & UK Breeds, 4 obedience trials (indoors) and 4 rally obedience trials (indoors).
2017 BKOC Annual Dog Show
Carmen Navarro Guisado
My birthplace was in a town in Andalusia, in the south of Spain. From my childhood I was related to dogs, horses and farm animals. My father was a hunting lover, both rabbit, hare, wild boar, etc. I've been involved with Galgos and Podencos Andaluces since I was very young.
I am a Technical Engineer in Design and Industrial Engineering, both graduations in 1979. I started at the Dog Shows in the 80's with the affix Villaodon. I am owner, breeder and exhibitor for more than 30 years of the breeds Samoyed, American Akita,Alaskan Malamute and Siberian Husky. Among our Owners and Owners we collected more than 270 titles, among them international champions, world champions and BIS winners in the different continents of Europe and America.
In the early nineties I became a Judge Specializing in Dog Shows. After many years of hard work and effort, I became the first female Judge All Rounder in the history of the Spanish Kennel Club. I have had the honor of having judged the main National, and International Shows in Australia, Argentina, Belgium, Belorussia, Brazil, Bosnia, Chile, Canada, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Croatia, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Countries Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, USA,…..
Carlos Eduardo Quinones
Carlos Quiñones was born in Bogotá, Colombia. Dog lover since his childhood, entered into the world of purebred dogs when he purchased his first Golden Retriever. He has bred many champions under La Leyenda del Dorado (former GoldenStorm) kennel name. And also he has co-owned and bred some champions with Adriana Gaitán (AG Golden Age).
He is an active member of the Colombian Kennel Club (ACCC – Asociación Club Canino Colombiano) since 1998. Member of the Board of Directors since 2003, in which he held positions as Public Relations Director, Show Director and member of the Judges Committee. He is founding member of the Bogotá Kennel Club. Carlos Quiñones is licensed by the ACCC (Association of Colombian Kennel Club) and the FCI (Fédération Cynologique Internationale) as a FCI All Breed International Judge.
He has judged numerous all-breed and specialty shows in the five continents: Finland, Russia, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Israel, Japan, China, South Korea, Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, USA, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador and Guatemala
He judged in 2011 in Moscow, the prestigious “Eurasia-2011” held by the RKF - Russian Kynological Federation. In 2012 he judged the FCI Asia and the Pacific Section Dog Show organized by the PCCI – Philippine Canine Club, Inc in Manila, The Black Winner Show in Varna, Bulgaria and the highly respected Jyväskylä International Dog Show in Finland. In 2013, the Atlantic Shore Memorial Classic in NJ, USA.
Currently he is the Show Chair for the BKC (Bogotá Kennel Club)
Faye Strauss established Sherluck Dobermans in 1973 with her husband Gary. They have bred 100+ AKC Champions. As a handler Faye finished numerous champions and garnered many Group and BIS wins.
Today, Faye judges the Working, Sporting and Non Sporting Groups, Beagles, Dachshunds, Old English Sheepdogs and Pembroke Welsh Corgis, as well as Best in Show and Junior Showmanship. Faye has judged many nationals, specialties and Top 20’s.
Faye was honored to judge the Doberman Pinscher Club of America (DPCA) National four times and Westminster Kennel Club. She has judged in China, Taiwan, Trinidad, and Canada; judging the Doberman National in Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, and the Philippines. Faye founded Sherluck MultiMedia that produced CD Breed Studies. Her book ‘The Doberman Pinscher’ (TFH publisher) won Breed Book of the Year in 1998. She was AKC Gazette columnist for the DPCA for over ten years.
The DPCA awarded Faye the club’s Life Time Achievement Award and the AKC Good Sportsman Award. She was a member of the DPCA Board from 2013-2015. Faye is currently President of the Mount Rainier Working Dog Club and Puget Sound Doberman Pinscher Club. She chairs the DPCA Judges Education committee.
I got my first dog, an English cocker spaniel, at 14 years of age. During my study at law faculty I was active in local kennel club in Trbovlje. My regional Club in Trbovlje organized the first national CAC show in 1993 and I am since 2014 the show manager. Sins 2 years I am also show manager from the Slovenian Kennel Club.
I bought my first Shih Tzu in 1989. This bitch was the foundation of my kennel Potala Dalaj Lama. I was successful breeder of Shih Tzu. From my kennel came several champions. After Shih Tzu I was also involved into Little Lion dogs and now I am a breeder of French Bulldogs since 2001. From my kennel came several national and international champions.
I became an international judge in 2000 and I am allowed to judge Groups 7, 8, 9 and 10. I was a long time the President of the breeding committee for Toy breeds and judge for Junior Handling. I was member of the FCI Show and FCI Judges committee and board member from the Slovenian Kennel Club.
Since now I judged in many European countries at International and National shows (including FCI-World Dog shows and FCI European Dog Shows), as well at Champion of Champion shows and many breed specialties and title shows.
Under the Bajnok prefix, François Bernier has been breeding and exhibiting since 1993. He has bred and exhibited Vizslas, German Shorthaired Pointers and Pointers, and produced many champions including a number of Top Dogs. These included two No. 1 Vizslas in Canada, the No. 1 GSP (No. 4 Sporting) in Canada in 2004 and the No. 2 Pointer for 2009. Bajnok are proud of having produced and presented two GSP Canadian National Specialty winners: MBIS, MBISS, Am. Ch. & Can. GChEX Bajnok Triple Eclipse, CGN was national specialty winner in 2006, followed by his son BISS Can GCh. Bajnok Jazz Me Blues in 2015. In addition to conformation, François has also participated in obedience and field events with his dogs, both in Canada and the United States.
He actively served with all-breed and national breed clubs in a variety of capacities, including two terms as a director of the Canadian Kennel Club and president of Vizsla Canada. He has at various times been a member or executive of the Ottawa Kennel Club, the Valley Kennel Club, the Vizsla Society of Ontario. He is a member of the GSPCA and currently serves on the board of directors of the German Shorthaired Pointer Club of Canada.
François has been judging since 2008. He is licensed for the Sporting and Toy Groups and is currently completing permit requirements for the Hound Group. Previous judging assignments have included the 2011 Ottawa Valley Pointing Dog Club Specialty with an entry of over 175 Sporting dogs, as well as the prestigious Ottawa Kennel Club Show of Shows the same year. He has judged the Gundog group in Australia as well as GSP and Sporting Dog regional specialties in Canada and the United States. He had the great pleasure of judging the Canadian Weimaraner National Specialty in 2016. Assignments he is looking forward to in 2017 include the Canadian National Specialties for the Smooth Vizsla and Wirehaired Vizsla, as well as the important OVASA regional specialty for all four Setter breeds in Long Sault, ON.
Prior to his retirement in 2012, François was a senior executive at Elections Canada, the agency responsible for the conduct of federal elections and the administration of the Canada Elections Act. March 2017
I commenced judging in Canada in 1981 and attained All-Breed status in 1994.
My judging assignments have been at All Breed, Group, and Breed Club Championship shows in Canada, USA, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Denmark, Colombia, Lithuania, Venezuela, and the United Kingdom. I have been fortunate to have been invited to judge at a number of special events including the first Purina National Show in Canada, the inaugural show for the Working Dog Club of NSW, Australia and The Pekingese Club of America National Specialty (twice). In England I have awarded CC’s in Pekingese at both All-Breed and a number of Breed Club Championship shows.
I became involved in breeding and exhibiting pure-bred dogs as a teenager when I joined my parents’ interest in breeding and exhibiting Shetland Sheepdogs. We bred a number of Champions in that breed. Since that time, although I have bred and owned Champion (Am. Can. & UK) Papillons, and also owned a Shih Tzu, my focus has been on Pekingese. It has been 55 years since I first showed a Pekingese. I have bred numerous Champions with many being Group winners (Canada and/or USA) and there have been nine All-Breed Best in Show dogs (Canada and/or USA). In addition I have had Top Pekingese in Canada a number of times as well as Top Toy Dog in Canada. I owned the top Pekingese sire of all-time. I have bred two British champion Pekingese bitches, one who went on to become top winning Pekingese bitch for the year in the USA and also top winning Pekingese bitch for the year in the UK.
You could say I was born with a dog at my side because I have never been without one my entire life. At the age of 16, my mom and I decided we wanted to have a kennel so off she went looking at Golden Retrievers and came home with a Siberian Husky. That was the birth of Snowmist Siberians and the rest is history.
Over the years I have been involved in many different aspects of dogs including competitive sled dog racing, a short stint as a professional handler and several years as a director for the Canadian Kennel Club.
I have had the pleasure of handling quite a few different breeds including Siberians, Samoyeds, Alaskan Malamutes, Standard Poodles, Great Pyrenees, Newfoundlands, Borzoi, and Salukis.
Siberians have been my main focus throughout my canine career. Snowmist Siberians can be found around the world and they have experienced considerable success. Perhaps the greatest moment for my Siberians was when Fizzy won the group at the 2011 WDS in Austria.
Judging was a natural progression for me as a breeder. The opportunity to meet new people, visit interesting places and to judge beautiful dogs around the world has exceeded all my dreams. I have had the honour of judging in my own country (Canada), Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Columbia, Czech Republic, England, Estonia, France, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Spain, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, the Philippines, Thailand and the United States of America.
I am a graduate of the canine course “Dogs, A Hobby or Profession” created by the late Casey Gardiner. Included in this educational program was a course on structure that taught structure based on a measuring process. I have used this process to improve my own knowledge, to help others understand what they see and to evaluate litters of puppies and grown dogs. I have conducted all breed measuring clinics as well as seminars on this topic.
Late in 1987, my wife and I welcomed a male Boxer puppy into our home. The following year, we joined the Canadian Kennel Club and I put a championship on our puppy. So began my involvement in the world of purebred dogs.
Since then, I have: taught puppy classes; participated in obedience trials and conformation shows; taken tracking lessons; joined the Boxer Club of Canada (life member and current President); joined the American Boxer Club; joined the Prairie Canine Academy (current vice president); performed Show Superintendent duties for the Prairie Canine Academy; and performed duties as ring steward for various clubs in Western Canada and Ontario. I am currently the Saskatchewan Director for the Canadian Kennel Club .
My wife and I have been breeding Boxers under the Zaracon prefix since 1991. With limited breeding we have produced 20 Canadian champions of which 2 were also American champions. We have had 2 Dams of Merit, the Top Boxer Puppy for 2007 ( a shared honour ), the Dam of the Year for 2007, and were named the Breeder of the Year for 2007, all Boxer Club of Canada awards. Our Boxers have participated in and obtained titles / certificates in obedience; agility; herding; lure coursing; and conformation in Canada and the States, including wins / awards at national and regional specialties.
I am undergoing the process for dog show judging in Canada and am licensed for the Working Group. This Barrie assignment is my last permit to complete the Sporting Group.
I have judged sweeps at specialties for Boxers, Samoyeds, and Siberians, and also judged the Minnesota Boxer Club Specialty, the Oklahoma Boxer Club Specialty, the Boxer Club of Western Ontario Boxer Specialty, the Heart of America Boxer Club Specialty (at the American Boxer Club Regional Cluster), the Boxer Club of Western New York Specialty, and the Oregon Boxer Club Specialty.