Brady ended up as the #1 owner-handled Tibetan Spaniel for 2012 - #3 in breed points behind two professionally handled dogs.  We are very pleased.  He had some super wins in 2012, including the Tibetan Spaniel Club of American Specialty and the Tibetan Spaniel Club of America Supported Entry two days later in Tulsa, OK in May.  He will be going to to Connie this spring but he'll be back in a few years as a Veteran.  In the meantime, we look forward to watching his babies as they grow up (and hope for more later this year)


We are thrilled with Brady's accomplishments this year - FOUR Group 1's, many other group placements, Best of Opposite Sex at the TSCA National Specialty under breeder-judge Carole Jeffrey, Best of Breed at the TSCA Supported Entry under breeder-judge Herbert Rosen and many other wonderful wins.  Brady was also the #1 Owner-Handled Tibetan Spaniel - always competing in tough Northeast competition!  We will miss him as he is returning home to Ohio to his co-owner Connie Buckland.

We are proud to introduce Brady.

Ch. Shenanwood Ain't Nothin' New To Me

Brady was born March 26, 2008 and we fell in love with him as a puppy. Connie Buckland saw his puppy picture (above) and also fell in love so he went out to Ohio to live with her on a co-ownership.  Brady made his debut at the FLTSA Specialty at exactly 6 months of age and had a great time - winning a couple of classes and enjoying seeing everyone.  He took a month off to get more training and was entered at the Bloomsburg, PA three day circuit.  He made Connie and me proud by winning all three days from the 6-9 puppy class - picking up 1 point, 4 points and 5 points.   He finished his championship before he was a year old and then stayed with Connie to mature.


Our first shows of the year were in York, Pennsylvania at the TSCA National Specialty weekend.  At just under two years of age, Brady was awarded Best of Opposite Sex at the TSCA National Specialty under breeder-judge Carole Jeffery.  Following the National, on Saturday at the TSCA supported entry, Brady was awarded Best of Breed under breeder-judge Herbert Rosen.  Mrs. Polly Smith then awarded him a group 4 placement in the Non-Sporting Group.  He will be specialed for the rest of 2010 - watch for him at show near you.


Brady is currently ranked as one of the Top Tibetan Spaniels in both breed and all-breed.  Below are a few of his recent winning photos.  Connie and I continue to be very proud of our breeder-owner handled young dog.