Judges

Specialty Classes (Baby, Regular & Non-Regular)

Mr. Alberto Berrios

Alberto Berrios, of Acworth, Georgia, began as a Boxer breeder-owner-handler in the early 1970s. After exhibiting many top champions of his own, Mr. Berrios became a professional handler. He showed many top-winning Boxer specials to group, specialty, and BIS wins, and finished several dogs of other breeds. He and his wife have bred several champion Pugs.  An AKC judge since 1996, Mr. Berrios says, “The highlight of my judging career has been judging the American Boxer Club National three times.” He has also judged Boxer nationals in Canada, Argentina, Mexico, and Brazil. Other career highlights include the Siberian Husky Nationals in Argentina and Canada, and the Doberman Pinscher National in Argentina. Mr. Berrios is a Lifetime Member of the American Boxer Club. He retired from the Army Corps of Engineers in 2005.


 

Sweepstakes (Juvenile & Veteran)

Colin Brownlee

In 1982, at the age of 13, I started in the world of dog sports showing my first Siberian Husky.

I continued and finished many Sibes,and then at the age of 16 started working with some professional handlers.

When I eventually went out on my own, I co bred golden retrievers with some of my clients.

I have piloted many dogs to #1 in their breeds and groups and have 250 Best in Shows under my belt.

I specialize in showing sporting, hound, working and herding groups and I breed Siberian Huskies under the Unicornhill prefix.

I am working on my Judging of the Working Group and am pleased to be able to judge the CMC National Sweeps this year!