|Judge Name:||Robert Shreve|
|Types of Shows:||Conformation|
|Type of Breeds|
|Mr. Shreve was raised in Sioux Falls, SD. with a smooth fox terrier as his best friend. Shortly after graduating from college a fraternity brother offered Bob a German Shepherd puppy. In 1968 after the family moved to Greeley, Colorado the Shreve children decide that the shepherd was too big for doll clothes and she was falling out of the red wagon. They wanted a smaller dog. As a 10th anniversary present Bob purchased a West Highland White Terrier. Within a year the eldest daughter was given a Wire Fox Terrier and for the next 25 years Bob and his wife Marietta bred Westies and Wires Foxes and showed them throughout the Rocky Mountain region.
Bob was elected President of Greeley Kennel Club in 1971 and served as president on five occasions for a total of 21 years. He also served six years on the Board of Directors of the West Highland White Terrier Club of America.
Bob was granted approval to judge Fox Terriers and West Highlands on April 14, 1978. He received his approval to judge the Terrier Group January 1, 1988, Herding Group in 1994, Working Group in 2002, Sporting Group in 2010, Non-Sporting Group in 2014. In addition, he is approved to judge 8 Hounds and 3 Toys breeds. Bob judges between 60 and 70 shows a year. He has judged the top twenty for the Akitas, Alaskan Malamutes, Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, Bouvier des Flanders, Keeshond, Lhasa Apso and Tibetan Terriers. Internationally he has judged in Argentina, Australia, Canada, China, Columbia, Mexico, New Zealand and Thailand.
Bob graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in Art and a Masters in Architecture. He moved to Greeley to work for a large architectural and engineering firm. He became a managing partner in 1978 and he left the firm in late 1993 to open his own firm. He continues to work at Robert Shreve Architects and Planners specializing in industrial, commercial and educational structures.
|Dog Name||Ch Samtos's I Did It My Way|
|Owner||Efeso Dos Santos & Tina Gibson|
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