1973 and 1974 belonged to
Can/Bda Ch Carrimount
Ah-Ting-Ting as previously mentioned.
Ch Winemakers Pla Boi
came to Canada to be shown by his owner Faye Wine and in 1975 and 1976
topped all Shih Tzu here. In his second year he was co-owned by Carol
McLister of "Ah So Luv Lee" kennels in Ontario.
1977, 1978 and 1979 consecutively the top Shih Tzu was
Can/Am Ch Kadunna’s Sewzi Q Lan Sing,
owned and handled by Marily Corbett. 1980 was the year that another
bitch, "Ch. Santini’s Kaduna Phat Choy A", romped home in
first place. Owned and handled once again - by Marily Corbett who loved
to put bitches in the spotlight.
1981 and 1982 the top awards went to a lovely gold and white
male, "Can/Am Ch Samalee's Reflections of
Baron. He was bred and owned by Ron and Marnie Oystrick
and was handled to his wins by Linda Kocman.
1983 to 1986
- Can/Am Ch
Shente’s Brandy Alexander [ROM], took the top
position. This dog has been very prominent in the breed and at the
present time has 21 champion children, three of whom are Best in Show
winners. He is the winner of many specialties in Canada and in 1988 he
won the American National Specialty at nine years of age. He was bred
and co-owned by Margaret Brown of Ontario and handled to all his wins by