Sarendon win Lakeland Terrier Best of Breed at Crufts 2015

March 11th, 2015

We were delighted to win the Lakeland Terrier Best of Breed at Crufts with Adele (Sarendon Don’t Stop me now). Adele is three years old and lives with us and her best friend Martha and a few others (see below). Adele’s grandfather Denis won Best of Breed at Crufts in 2005 and her mum Ginger also won Best of Breed at Crufts as well as Best in Show at the National Terrier Show.

We had further success with Martha (Gemma Stonehenge Remuage) the Scottish Terrier which came second after Best In Show Winner Knopa in an open class of 22 entries. Martha who is 2.5 years old won the Best of Breed at The National Terrier Club Show 2014.

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