Jane Kamp Forsyth, began her career in dogs at a very early age. Her mother bred and showed Boxers and Airedales, and young Jane Kamp showed her first homebred Airedale to Best in Obedience at Boston sixty-six years ago. As a teenager she managed and handled dogs for Elblac Kennels (Dobermans), Grafmar Kennels (German Shepherd Dogs) and Dorick Kennels (Boxers). When she became a professional handler, she went into partnership with George Pusey, in Holliston, Massachusetts. Together, they were America�s top breeders of Boxers for three years. She later joined forces with, and eventually married, Robert S. Forsyth. The Forsyth's soon became dogdom�s most famous husband-and-wife team of handlers. Both Mr. and Mrs. Forsyth have handled Best in Show winners at Westminster, the only married couple to do so, and they are the only winners of the Ken-L-Biskit Couple of the Year Award. The Forsyth's are the authors of the award-winning A Guide to Successful Dog Showing, long considered an essential text on the subject. She was named the Kennel Review Handler of the Year three times, which earned her a place in the Hall of Fame. She has won three Gaines Awards, including Woman of the Year, and was inducted into the American Boxer Club Hall of Fame in 2001. After forty-three years of handling, Mrs. Forsyth retired in 1981 to become a judge. She now judges all breeds in the United States, as well as all breeds for the FCI. She has judged in England, Finland, Sweden, South America, Puerto Rico, Canada, Italy, and Mexico. Mrs. Forsyth was honored to judge at the inaugural AKC Invitational in 2001, and returned again in 2005 to judge the Best Bred by Exhibitor in Show.