March CCWCC Sanctioned B-OB Match Results



Our obedience team of judge Richard Street and ring steward Deb Brady provided encouragement to the five handlers and their dogs. The winner was Tara handled by Marsha Stepowany.


The Best Puppy as well as Best in Match was Taylor shown by Cathy Ochs-Cline.



The Best Adult was Marsha Stepowany’s Tara, and the Best Veteran award went to Judy Proia’s Jacob.


Maryland Dog Fest, April 11-12

4th Annual
Maryland DogFest


Make plans to join us for the 4th Annual Maryland DogFest, to be held at the Charles County Fairgrounds on April 11th and 12th, 2015.

8440 Fairgrounds Rd
La Plata, Maryland

This exciting, one of a kind event will be enjoyed by families and dogs of all ages. All leashed dogs are invited to attend with their owners.

Tickets can be purchased at the front gate on the day of the event. Please come prepared as ticket sales are CASH ONLY. Tickets are valid for a single day of admission.

Ticket prices are the same cost for either day; April 11th or April 12th, 2015 – 10 am to 4 pm.

CHILD (5-12) TICKET – $5
CHILD (4 & Under) – FREE

For more information, please visit

Barnhunt Fun Test in Severn, MD – Fun Test – Apr 4

SuperPup will be accepting Day of Show (DOS) entries for the Fun Test in Severn, MD, on Saturday, April 4, 2015. If your weekend plans have changed, we hope you can join us for a practice session or to learn the sport. A BH registration number is NOT required for Fun Tests, so this is a great opportunity for anyone to try the sport. If you are planning to do DOS, please email me off list so I can get you important information about the Fun Test and the site.

The premium is available at:

SuperPup is hosting a Fun Test on Friday, May 1, 2015, in Severn, MD. This is a great opportunity to learn the sport, practice for the weekend’s trial, and help grow the pool of local judges! To enter the Fun Test, you can find the premium at:

SuperPup is also hosting two trials each day on Saturday and Sunday (May 2-3) and we allow move-ups between trials each day. To enter the trials, you can find the premium at:

Both of these May events close on April 20, 2015.

AKC Launches First Health Microsite

The American Club today launched, the organization’s first ever mobile-optimized, digital content platform dedicated to canine health. The site kicks off a series of health initiatives and announcements to be introduced in the coming year.

The initial stage of the new microsite offers resources and information on care, nutrition, fitness, preventative health and breeder education. The platform is designed to share AKC’s 130 years of knowledge in the form of digestible content to enrich the general public, dog breeders and everyone in between.

The health microsite also serves as an exciting next step into the organization’s digital expansion plans. The site was built mobile-first, allowing AKC to tell their story and share their content via the platform consumers are primarily using today.

“For decades, the AKC and its dog experts have possessed so much wisdom about canine health without an effective way to share it well beyond our knowledgeable core constituency,” said Dennis Sprung, President and CEO of the American Kennel Club. “Today, we are excited to launch a platform that will finally allow us to help owners and breeders do the most important thing we can do for our dogs – keep them healthy.”

While conceived and created by AKC’s internal digital content and product teams, the site will also engage partners including AKC Parent Clubs, breeders, veterinarians and the AKC Canine Health Foundation, to continue to provide the best, most comprehensive content for visitors. Interactive content, including video and webinars, will go live on the site in the coming weeks.