Aramis Lim Cup All Breeds Show has been held last March 17 to 18 at PCCI Activity Center, Marikina. The invited judges were Mr. Frederick Dewsbury from Canada and Iris Glynn from Australia.

These are all the information I got about the winners from last weekend’s show. If you have additional information for the shih tzu winners, please let me know so I can update this post.

 

Ring 1: Judge Mr. Frederick Dewsbury from Canada

Runner Up Best of Breed: BISS, RuBISS, Multi. BLBISS, BBPIS Philippine Grand Champion Ruby Million Dollar Dream “Cash”
Best Baby Puppy: Sangreal Rhapsody in Motion

 

Ring 2: Judge Ms. Iris Glynn from Australia

Best in Show and Best in Show – Local Born: Grand Ch Artemis Marvelous Superstar “Alex”
Winner’s Dog: BBPISS Ruby Kung Fu Fantasy “Po”
Best Baby Puppy: Sangreal Rhapsody in Motion

 

Here are some of the pictures during the show:

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