Waltham Abbey Companion Dog Show - Sun 3rd June 2018
|Author: Lyn Cook||Published: 8th May 2018 13:59|
Is your dog an obedience, novelty or pedigree champion?
This year's annual Companion Dog Show will be held on Sunday 3rd June 2018 at Town Mead Park, Brooker Road, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 1JH in aid of German Shepherd Rescue (West Essex).
The Kennel Club Licensed show opens at 10am with judging starting at 11am for both the pedigree and the obedience and novelty classes. There will also be a German Shepherd Rally with 10 classes.
There will be 5 obedience classes, 18 novelty classes and 8 pedigree classes as well as a barbecue, licensed bar, refreshments and side attractions.
Entries are £2.00 per class.
Terms and Conditions
- Dogs need not be Kennel Club Registered and may be of any breed or variety, exept Pit Bull Terriers.
- Puppies under six months of age on the day of the show are not eligible for competition.
- Dogs must not have been suffering from, or have been in contact with, any contagious or infectious
disease during the six weeks prior to the show.
- Bitches in season are not permitted on the showground.
- No person shall carry out any punitive correction or harsh handling on the showground.
- Steps will be taken to remove from cars any dogs that appear to be in distress (http://www.keepyourdogcool.co.uk/)
- Only undocked dogs and legally docked dogs can be exhibited at this Show.
- Dogs which have won any of the following awards are not eligible for entry at Companion Dog Shows: Challenge Certificate; Reserve Challenge Certificate; Junior Warrant; Obedience Warrant; Obedience Certificate
- The Organisers cannot accept any responsibility for any loss, damage on injury to any person, dog or property however caused.
- The decision of the judges is final in all classes.
- Please do not fetch along dogs known to fight or bitches in season.
Everyone welcome to come along with family, friends and dogs to watch the show, but please remember to clear up after your dog! Your dog is vulnerable and AT RISK if left in a vehicle in high temperatures and even on days considered as slightly warm. Please take care of your dog. If your dog is found to be a risk, forcible entry to your vehicle may be necessary without any liability for any damage caused. Children must be supervised at all times.