Awards & Recognition

Awards & Recognition

Do your dogs have what it takes to be the best of the best? Want to cheer on some of the
top dogs in the nation? Meet Circle of Champions and Purina Sporting Dog Award winners.

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A 3-year-old male Treeing Walker Coonhound named "Bank" is a top winner in Professional Kennel Club nite hunts. Among his wins, Bank bested nearly 800 coonhounds to earn the title of PKC World Champion.
A playful, confident Bouvier des Flandres named 'Hugo' is the No. 1 Bouvier des Flandres two years straight. Learn more about how Hugo draws attention at dog shows at Purina Pro Club.
A 5 1/2-year-old red fawn female named "Joan" is the No. 1 Non-Sporting dog and No. 1 Chinese Shar-Pei. Her handlers lovingly call her "Shar-Perfect."
A showy, spotlight-stealing 4-year-old orange belton female named "Joanah" is the No. 1 English Setter for two straight years. The fun-loving setter loves attention and thrives on being spoiled.
A consistent, rabbit-tracking hound named "Romo" has proved his versatility, focus and endurance as a top winner in gundog brace trials, small pack option and large pack.
Twinkling her way to fame by lighting up the ring with charisma and spirited joviality, a 3-year-old salt-and-pepper Miniature Schnauzer named "Twink" is the all-time winningest female in breed history.
A 7-year-old white-and-liver male Pointer called "Mack" is the winner of one of the most challenging all-age horseback stakes in the country, the Quail Championship Invitational.
A serious-minded bird dog named "Zachary" showed consistency, intelligence and authority to become the 2019 High Point Open English Springer Spaniel.
The 2019 National Retriever Champions fired up their best performances to win their respective Open, Amateur and Derby stakes.
In his first season as a fully trained bird dog, a male named "Que" got down to business with three chukar finds, including two covey finds, to win the 2019 German Wirehaired Pointer Club of America National Amateur Championship. Que represents...
A big-hearted, forward-running male Vizsla named "Guy" took charge and won the 2019 Big Sky Ope Shooting Dog Championship. With four finds on sharp-tailed grouse and pheasant, Guy prevailed over Pointers and English Setters at the 1-hour horseback...
A tricolor male Beagle named "Tam" Is the No. 1 15-inch Beagle. A standout since he was a puppy, Tam excels with his beautiful movement and quiet, calm disposition. The winner of 37 Bests in Show, Tam is the top-winning Beagle for his handler and...