2016 NSW Show Dog, Puppy & Neuter of the Year

Results

Winner – NSW Showdog of the Year:
Keeshond
SUP. CH. CALIVALE KATCH ME IF U KAN ET.
owned by K Santos & B Thompson

Runner-up –NSW Showdog of the Year:
Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen
SUP. CH. GOLDTREVE REYMUNDO
owned by B & J Hession

Semi-Finalist – NSW Showdog of the Year:
English Springer Spaniel
SUP. CH. REIBEY WORLD PREMIERE (AI)
owned by S Lancaster & G Render

Semi-Finalist – NSW Showdog of the Year:
Labrador Retriever
SUP. CH. BRADORLA SCULPTURE OF ICE
owned by G Vernon & C Ellis

Winner – NSW Puppy of the Year:
Fox Terrier (Smooth)
FIREZAN TWO STROKE
owned by A Bowe

Runner-up – NSW Puppy of the Year:
Cocker Spaniel
GLENAYDEN HALLMARK
owned by A O’Keefe

Semi-Finalist – NSW Puppy of the Year:
Cocker Spaniel
BOLWARRA STRIKE ALIGHT
owned by M Markotany

Semi-Finalist – NSW Puppy of the Year:
Golden Retriever
SHTAR SEAL OF APPROVAL
owned by J & P O’Sheehy

Winner – NSW Neuter of the Year:
Shetland Sheepdog
NEUT. CH. SUP. CH. SHARNDAH BUTTERFLY KISSES
owned by T Walters

Runner-up – NSW Neuter of the Year:
Australian Shepherd
CH. BLUEAMBLE TAKE THE STAGE CD. RN.
owned by J & A Lamberton

Semi-Finalist – NSW Neuter of the Year:
Staffordshire Bull Terrier
CH. NEUT. CH. KYPAJUKA DISGRACEFUL HABITS
owned by D & L Tattersall

Semi-Finalist – NSW Neuter of the Year:
Bernese Mountain Dog
CH. NEUT. CH. ZANZEBERN WINTER WONDERLAND
owned by R Keen

Full coverage will be available for viewing in the Dogs NSW March 2017 Journal

Dogs NSW Logo BlueCrookwell A P & H Society, show to be held Saturday 4 February 2017, will proceed as per the Schedule with a 9.00 am start with Sweepstakes.

The Show Society has made this decision after BOM reading at 10.00 am today, showing the temperature on Saturday will be 35 degrees.

Please take all precautions to keep yourself and your dogs cool if you choose to show.

The Show Secretary has contacted CULLY VETERINARY SERVICES and they will be on call if required throughout the day.

The Show Secretary will monitor the temperatures during the day.

therometerATTENTION CLUBS/COMMITTEES/EXHIBITORS

At the February Board meeting held 1 February 2017, it was resolved to amend Regulations Part II-Show, Section 19- Extreme Weather & Safety Guidelines.

Please click on link below with the updated Section 19, the amended is in red;

Part II - Show, Section 19 - Extreme Weather & Safety Guidelines

Dogs NSW Logo BlueNovocastrian Ladies Canine Association have cancelled their 3 Championship Shows which were scheduled to be conducted on this weekend 4 February (AM & PM) and 5 February 2017. 

This is due to forecast readings of Extreme Heat in the area.

Members/Exhibitors are advised to contact 0408680581 if they have any queries regarding the cancellation.

Capture 1Please view the coverage of Dogs NSW / Royal Canin 'Dog of the Year' event by Channel 7 Sunrise show, plus winning dog SUP.CH. Calivale Katch Me If U Kan ET. and owner Katrina Santas in the studio.

 

Click Here to view the Channel 7 Sunrise Coverage

Talking PetsDid you know that some popular breeds of dogs such as Pugs and French Bulldogs are suffering serious health conditions because they are bred to look a certain way?

The Australian National Kennel Council has launched a breeder education movement in line with the RSPCA and Australian Veterinary Association’s joint initiative ‘Love is Blind’ to raise awareness of what we can do to prevent these problems.

The ANKC's President Hugh Gent joins Dr Jo and David to talk about this wonderful initiative.

Check out the Australia Day interview on Talking Pets radio with ANKC President, Hugh Gent

Click Here to view the Talking Pets Interview with Hugh Gent

Royal Canin Dog Puppy Neuter of the Year 1 by Ffire PhotographyLabradors, French Bulldogs, German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers and more!

Close to 200 award-winning pedigree canines will gather at Orchard Hills on January 28 to compete for Dogs NSW Show Dog, Puppy and Neuter of the Year, promising a night of great excitement and atmosphere!

Hosted by the Dogs NSW Complex Fundraising Committee in partnership with major sponsor Royal Canin, the premier event showcases top show dogs and puppies in their breed for 2016.

“The dogs on show are the crème de la crème of the dog world,” said Lyn Brown, President of Dogs NSW, the controlling body of purebred dog breeding and exhibiting in NSW and a member body of the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC). Royal Canin Dog Puppy Neuter of the Year 3 by Ffire Photography

“These top dogs will compete for the ultimate award which celebrates the best overall appearance, construction, unique breed features, health and temperament.”

Wheelie binsDogs NSW members are reminded that there should be NO FOOD SCRAPS OR POO BAGS placed in the Yellow Lid Recycle bins on Dogs NSW grounds!

Please leave cardboard boxes and broken chairs next to the recycle bin for collection.

Your co-operation with these procedures would be greatly appreciated by Dogs NSW ground staff. Thank you.

ANKC Logo Col art copy

Recently ANKC Ltd conducted a survey to ascertain the opinion of ANKC Ltd registered White Swiss Shepherd Dog owners in relation to ANKC Ltd accepting for registration Australian born White Swiss Shepherd Dogs registered with the White Swiss Shepherd Dog Club of Australia Inc A0043538A which complied with all the following conditions and would apply to litters born from 1st July 2017, with these dogs being eligible to participate in all relevant ANKC Ltd disciplines: -

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Please check out the recent article, which appeared in the January 16 edition of Dogs Life enewsletter, promoting Dogs NSW: http://www.dogslife.com.au/dog-news/takes-become-show-dog

ANKC Still 3m09sJoin the movement to keep healthy puppies in homes, where they belong.

 

The Australian National Kennel Council, the peak body for responsible and ethical breeders in Australia, has launched a public and breeder education movement to complement the RSPCA and Australian Veterinary Association’s joint initiative, Love is Blind, to raise awareness of the animal welfare problems caused by exaggerated physical features and how these problems can be prevented.

“Love is blind, except, it doesn’t have to be,” said Hugh Gent OAM, President of the ANKC. “The ANKC considers the health and physical welfare of dogs of prime importance and does not support the breeding of dogs with exaggerated features to meet a puppy buyer demand for a certain look.”