THUNDERALLY is a small home based kennel that began with Great Danes over
forty years ago. The Thunderally name was permanently registered to Carol
Gray by the Canadian Kennel Club in 1978. Gord Williams bought his first
Great Dane from Carol in 1979. Thunderally became associated with Bull
Terriers in 1997 with the purchase of Ch Starman Thunderally Nora,
after 32 years in Great Danes. As breeders in both Great
Danes & Bull Terriers Carol Gray & Thunderally have always been known
for exceptional temperament and championship quality. Thunderally has
had many accomplishments in the show ring and the dogs on this site represent
only the most recent success.
Carol & Gord are members of the following Clubs and are active
supporters of Bull Terrier Rescue on an international basis. They
stand actively opposed to any form of Breed Specific Legislation.
Carol & Gord are founding members of the newly organized Miniature
Bull Terrier Club of Ontario. Please visit
www.minibullyclub.com for more information. Carol is an active
co-ordinator in the BT/MBT Budds Rescue. This group is an active
rescue network of BT/MBT with connections all over North America.
The Canadian Kennel Club
-- Miniature Bull Terrier Club of Ontario
-- Canine Federation of Canada
Bull Terrier Club of America
The Bull Terrier Club (UK)
Miniature Bull Terrier Club of America
Great Dane Fanciers Association (Life)
-- Seaway Kennel Club
-- St. Catharines Kennel & Obedience Club
-- Canadian Dog Judges Association
-- Barn Hunt Association, LLC
Carol Gray is a licensed CKC, AKC & FCI judge for the Bull Terrier &
Miniature Bull Terrier Breeds as well as the entire Terrier Group. She
has been approved by the Bull Terrier Club of America as a ROM Breeder
Judge and can award ROM points internationally at any level. Carol is
recognized as an International Bull Terrier & Miniature Bull Terrier
Breeder Judge and has judged Bull Terrier & Miniature Bull Terrier
Specialty Shows in Canada, America, The United Kingdom, The
Netherlands, Ireland and Australia. Carol also holds a CKC permit to judge the Working
Group in Canada. Her complete resume is available on the
Canadian Dog Judges Association member listing. Carol is an active
participant in the Canadian Kennel Club Judges Education Program.
With the spirit of Grampa Cole at his
side, Handsome (MBIS, MBISS, CDN GCH AM CH Thunderally’s Dapper
Dan went BEST IN SHOW at Wine Country Kennel Club Championship
Show on October 7, 2016. He also took two Terrier Group Firsts, a
Group Second & a Group Fourth. Thank you Judge Doris Willis for
this great win. Handsome went on to win BIS at the Elora Gorge
Show and become the Number One Bull Terrier in Canada in 2016. Handsome was Best of Opposite at
Westminster under Jon Cole. A fitting way to close out his
spectacular show career. He is officially retired. Watch for his
son Thunderally’s Risky Business (Cruz) later this year.
In 2017 the IRISH/MOOSE puppies began
their show career at the Seaway Kennel Club Show and all were
successful. At Oakville NORM CH Thunderally’s Stormin Norman was
Best of Breed over specials to finish his Canadian Championship.
At the Wine Country ELI BISS, MBPIS, GCH Thunderally’s Putin on
the Ritz At Oakville he was Group One twice and Best Puppy in
Group twice to finish his Grand Championship. At Pine Ridge he was
Best of Breed and Best Puppy in Show for the Third time. At
Trillium he was Best of Breed again. ELI finishes his Puppy Career
as the Number One Miniature Bull Terrier Puppy in Canada. Finally
at Wine Country RIZZO CH Thunderally’s Poker Face was Best of
Winners three days to finish his Canadian Championship. All the
Irish/Moose babies finished being puppies as Champions.
In 2018 ELI ( RBIS, MBISS,MBPIS, GCH
THUNDERALLY'S PUTIN ON THE RITZ) continued on his winning ways in
limited showing with several Group placements and achieving
Reserve Best In Show at the St Catharines Kennel Club in August.
He is presently ranked as the Number One Miniature Bull Terrier in
Canada. Norman (CH THUNDERALLY'S STORMIN NORMAN, RATI, CGC)
continues to work on his Barn Hunt Trials.
Irish and the boys