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So happy to announce Ch Centara Jemma Jewel FDC CGCA CGCU TDN TDI earned her Novice Scent title. Jemma qualified 4 out of 4 runs to earn the C-WAGS Scent Patrol Novice title.
Harrisburg Kennel Club Shows
Jemma’s daughter Centara Magic Memory “Mia” received two 3 point majors toward her AKC Championship. We are so happy with this young gal.
September 9, 2017
Ch Centara Jemma Jewel earned several new titles this summer. Jemma is a true working dog with a very sound temperament. Watch for her future pups.
1. AKC Canine Good Citizen Advanced
2. AKC Canine Good Citizen Urban
3. Therapy Dog International
4. AKC Farm Dog Certified
Standard Schnauzer National Specialty Houston, Texas
Ilsa and Ivy win the Brace Class 3 consecutive days. So proud of these girls.
What is the Brace Class?
A Brace team at a dog show is to move as one unit…like synchronized swimming, two individuals mirror each other.
Below you will see Ivy and Ilsa moving as one dog. Look closely and you will see their two tails only. The legs on both dogs are synchronized.
June 5, 2016
Ch Centara Infinite Illusion won back-to-back BEST OF BREEDS at the Shawnee Kennel Club show in Woodstock, VA.
In 6 shows she has accumulated 20 points toward her Grand Champion title.
NEW GRAND CHAMPION
GCH Centara Illusive Ivy completed all the necessary wins to be awarded the American Kennel Club Grand Champion Title in April 2016 at Western PA Kennel Association dog show.
New Grand Champion!!!
CH Centara Illusive Ivy was Best of Opposite Sex April 2 at Western PA Kennel Club to become a Grand Champion. Yeah Poison Ivy!!!
New Hall of Fame Producer
CH Argenta Zeck Zentara
Zeck now is the sire of 21 American Champions. He received the title Hall of Fame Producer from the Standard Schnauzer Club of America.
Ch Centara Illusive Ivy wins Best of Opposite Sex at Howard County Show in Maryland.
October 2015 Morris and Essex Kennel Club Show. The theme is the 1930s and shows Linda and great friend Michelle of Quasar Standard Schnauzers.
Pictured is Ch Centara JJ Patron RE, RA, BN, CGC, RATN, HI. JJ loves performance with his owner Lisa Davis. They are a great team. JJ is now working on tracking and obedience. He is a great dog.
Pictured is Ch Argenta Sigrid Svensk winning the Veterans class at the Potomac Valley Standard Schnauzer Specialty Show. Siri was one day shy of 12 years old.
New champion: Ch Centara Jemma Jewel finished her championship at the Western Pennsylvania Kennel Club show winning her third major and Best of Winners.
Centara JJ Patron just earned his 2nd leg for his RAT Novice in a Barn Hunt competition. One more leg to go and he will have his AKC title.
Centara JJ Patron was WD for a 4 point major at Mattaponi Kennel Club show. He is on a roll and almost a champion.
Centara JJ Patron was WD for a 4 point major at Western Reserve Kennel Club the day after the Greater Pittsburgh Standard Schnauzer Club Specialty.
Centara JJ Patron was WD for a 4 point major at Delaware County Kennel Club. We are so proud of him.
The KK litter was born October 3 and was a small litter of four pups. All pups have perspective new homes. A January breeding is being planned for the LL litter… stayed tuned!!
Centara Jemma Jewel won her first point and Best Puppy at the Harrisburg Kennel Club Show August 9, 2013. She is on her way!
Ch. Centara Illusive Ivy has accrued 4 Major wins and 13 points toward her Grand Championship title.
Ch Argenta Zeck Zentara qualified for his AKC Herding Instinct Title under two different judges. Zeck loves herding sheep!!
At the Schnauzapalooza in May at Purina Farms, the “Twisted Sisters” did quite well. They won Best Brace at the Prairieland Standard Schnauzer Club show and the Heartland Standard Schnauzer Club show. Pictured are Ch. Centara Illusive Ivy (Ivy) and Ch. Centara Infinite Illusion (Ilsa) with their photo op.
Pictured is Linda Shed and her dog Glori. Glori was the Agility Queen at the Schnauzapalooza. She qualifed in three Novice runs, earning her Novice Agility Jumpers Title. Glori went first place and had the fastest time in the Novice classes at the Standard Schnauzer Club of America show. Her owner says she has a Diva attitude! Glori is the daughter of Ch. Argenta Zeck Zentara picutured under “Current Dogs.”
In April 2013, at three shows, Ch Centara Illusive Ivy received three majors and 10 points toward her Grand Champion Title. She is doing very well this spring.
Two new additions to Centara
Both pups are show dogs
Left: Centara Jemma Jewel
Right: Centara JJ Patron
PVSSC Specialty Weekend
Warrenton Kennel Club
– Winners Bitch: 4 point major: Centara Infinite Illusion “Ilsa”
– PVSSC Specialty: Winners Bitch, 5 point major and Best of Winners
Old Dominion Kennel Club Sept 29
– Winners Dog/Best of Winners 5 point major: Centara Island in the Sun “Sonny”
Owner/Handler: Gayle Stillwell
Best Veteran in Sweepstakes PVSSC Standard Schnauzer Club Specialty
Ch. Centara Valkyria (9.5 years old)
Owner: Marshall Wagner & Linda Dobbie (handler)
#1 Brood Bitch in PVSSC Standard Schnauzer Specialty
Ch. Argenta Sigred Svensk “Siri”
Pictured is Siri and her Offspring: Michelle Root and Siri, Gayle Stillwell and Sonny, Linda Dobbie and Ilsa
#1 Brace in Specialty PVSSC Standard Schnauzer Specialty
SSCA & PVSSC Stud Dog of the Year with five (5) new champion offspring
Ch. Argenta Zeck Zentara
SSCA & PVSSC Brood Bitch of the Year with three (3) new champion offspring
Ch. Argenta Sigrid Svensk
2011 Brought Four New Centara Champions
Ch. Centara Happy Hour “Ginny”
Owner: Linda Cole and Dennis Naughton
Ch. Centara Heart to Heart “Stella”
Owner: Tracy Dietrick
Ch. Centara Illusive Ivy “Ivy”
Owner: Linda Dobbie
Ch. Centara Beach Boy “Wilson”
Owner: Alfredo Carrasco &Linda Dobbie
Two New Champions
Ch. Centara Freedom Fighter “Jett”
Owner: Jackie Galuska
Ch. Centara Fancy Fiesta “Fiesta”
Owner: MaryAnn Heffelfinger & Linda Dobbie
Morris-Essex Kennel Club Show
On 7 October three good friends (Linda Dobbie, Georgia Sabean & Michelle Root) participated in the Morris & Essex Dog Show in New Jersey. The show is held on the Dodge Estate every five years. It was quite a dog show in the 1930’s and 40’s and was begun by Mrs Dodge who was an avid dog fancier. So today, in keeping with 30’s & 40’s era, everyone dresses up to reflect that era and hats are a must! It was great fun to see all the fabulous outfits and hats!! Ch. Centara Valkyria (pictured to the left) was awarded a Select ribbon toward her Grand Championship.
World Dog Show
Ch. Centara Double Dare (Deacon) and I traveled to Stockholm, Sweden to compete in the World Dog Show. Deacon placed in the top three every day and got three “Excellent” Critiques from the foreign judges. Pictured below are a few photos from our travel and showing.
Deacon in the ring
Swedish friends from Kennel Argenta
Deacon being shown outdoors in Stockholm