LYDNEY WOMAN AND DOG CROWNED OBEDIENCE STAKES WINNERS AT CRUFTS

A dog from Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire has triumphed at Crufts by winning the Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Special Pre-Beginner Obedience Stakes Competition on Saturday 10th March.

Kheva, a four-year-old Pyrenean Sheepdog and her owner Jeanna Gwilliam beat the competition to be crowned the winner of the 2018 Stakes Competition at the world’s greatest dog show. Kheva’s win was extra special as she was the first of her breed to ever qualify for this particular competiton.

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TEEN AND HER DOG CROWNED OBEDIENCE STAKES WINNERS AT CRUFTS

A dog from Worsley, Manchester, has triumphed at Crufts by winning the Young Kennel Club (YKC) Good Citizen Dog Special Pre-Beginner Obedience Stakes Competition on Friday 9th March.

Theo, a one-year-old Miniature Poodle, and his owner, 19-year-old Ellie Rivington beat ten other talented dogs to be crowned the winner of the 2018 Stakes Competition at the world’s greatest dog show. This is the third time the YKC competition has been added to the Good Citizen Dog Training Scheme (GCDS) ring at Crufts.

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Labrador Retrievers hailed nation’s most obedient breed after winning ‘Obreedience’ final at Cruft

A team of Labrador Retrievers have won the Obreedience competition at the world’s greatest dog event, Crufts on Thursday 8th March.

The Lively Labs team proved themselves more obedient than the nine other breed teams that made it to the final at Crufts in Birmingham. The other finalists were Toy Poodles, Australian Cattle Dogs, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Miniature Long Haired Dachshunds, Smooth Collies, Bernese Mountain Dogs, Lagotti Romagnoli, Jack Russell Terriers and Manchester Terriers.

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Worcester 2017 Show Secretary’s Report

By Louise Williams

Another glorious weekend with the weather arriving as ordered – maybe a little too hot but a few ice creams certainly helped!!

Firstly I would like to thank our club members (and several of their other halves) for all their efforts and hard work before, during and after the shows. We are only a small club so it takes an exceptional effort to get the show up and running.

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East Kilbride 2017 Show Secretary’s Report

By Anne Marie Parker

As usual the annual report begins with a huge thank you:

Thanks to all of the members and their families who turned out to help on the day, especially those who were on the field at 7.00 to assemble the rings and make sure everything was in order. Special mention goes to Kirsten, Joan and Alan who had done it all the day before at Kilmarnock.

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Lichfield 2017 Show Secretary’s Report

By Tracey Pilsbury & Annegret Tach-Benton

This was our first attempt at running Lichfield show and luckily everything went well and we had no disasters! Ok, the weather could have been a little better on Sunday…we will remember to get the sun dance started earlier next year! 😉The atmosphere around the show was lovely both days and everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves, which is what it’s all about!

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Cheltenham 2017 Show Managers Report

By Emma Galbraith

Well that’s it for another year .Many thanks to all the Judges, Stewards , club members and non members who gave up their day to make the show possible. Fortunately the weather was very kind to us this year which always makes for a good day. Pet Needs were again in attendance and kindly donated the trophies to the winners who also received a goodie bag from our sponsor this year Platinum UK dog food.

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Chesvale 2017 Show Managers Report

By Carol Spencer

CHESVALE DOG TRAINING CLUB
OPEN SHOW SUNDAY 27th AUGUST 2017

Clare and I just love organising this show!!!!

The weather fairies were really kind to us, in fact a little too kind as it got quite warm in the afternoon, warm enough to reduce some of the stay times. Thanks to our judges Sue Robinson, Carey Holah, Rita Holland, Kim Ford and not forgetting Chris Milner who stood in for Enid Diploock after she broke her ankle. Also thanks to their ring stewards, scoreboarders and all the stay stewards who volunteered during the morning under the watchful eye of Jim Nokes.

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