Show Dog Judges Profiles


, Mr Robert & Mrs Sheila British Columbia,




Robert & Sheila have been in the Boxer Breed since 1958. Their first Boxer, was a plain faced fawn called Rocksy, who loved obedience, and Bob loved to train her. She won a few obedience trophies which drew them to purchase another Boxer. In 1961 they bought a fawn male called Stylesetter of Springette kennels Kargotor. Style went on to top Boxer in 1962 in Canada and number three in the old working group. Style completed his American Title with a Group 1. He was a Best in Show winner in the United states, and a multiple Best in Show winner in Canada. They have bred and owned numerous champions along with Best in Show Winners. One of their Best in Show winners was Can. Am. Ch. Tradonalee Bismark, Also his son Can. Am. Ch. Tradonalee's Trade Win. This dog was sold to Australia, and went top Sire in Australia. In 1983 they purchased a Boxer female called Can, Am. Brda. Ch. Carlon's Classy Catrina. This lady finished her Canadian title with a lot of Group placements, and in Canada was a multiple All Breed Best in Show winner in three Countries. "Ruffian produced, Am. Can. Ch. Tradonalee's Touch of Class. Am. Can. Ch. Tradonalee's Olympic Sprit, and Can. Ch. Tradonalee's Classic Sensation (Sire of merit in Canada and the U. S. also a Multiple Best in Show winner in Canada). In 1979 Bob took an interest in judging, that year he had his first assignment and in 1988 became an All Breeds judge. He has judged in Canada, U.S.A., Brazil, Columbia, Mexico Australia, Argentina, Belgium, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, New Zealand & Taiwan. In 2006 he is judging in Denmark and Australia. In 1987 Sheila stared to judge, and holds an All Breed License as well. Countries Sheila has judged in are: Canada, USA, Brazil, Columbia, Mexico, Costa Rico, Australia, Belgium, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, 2006 in Denmark and Australia. They have been associated with other breeds. As their daughter grew up she wanted other breeds, so they have been associated with Wire Fox Terriers, Miniature Poodles, and American Cocker Spaniels, along with the Boxers.