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All Clubs are reminded that it is the Committees responsibility to ensure that Shows/Trials are conducted in a safe environment for both the exhibitors and the public. Clubs need to be familiar with Dogs NSW Regulations Part II, Section 9 - Extreme Weather & Safety Guidelines. It is very important for Clubs to conduct a site assessment of the area on which the Show/Trial is being conducted prior to event commencement to ensure that there are no risks evident, such but not limited to, uneven ground in pedestrian traffic areas or exhibition areas, lengthy or wet grass, ring ropes or uncovered electrical cords on the grounds, as these are a trip hazard which may result in an injury to a person attending the Show/Trial. 

Dogs NSW 2016 State Junior Handler Final results

Photos: Ffire Photography

finalists

 

Results

7 to Under 10 years 1st: Sahra Garside (pictured right) 2nd: Lanni Ryan 3rd: Hollie Finch Highly Commended: Phoenix Mackinnon & Luke Palmer

10 to Under 13 years 1st: Maya DeAngelis (pictured middle) 2nd: Jorja Cummings 3rd: Tanara Craig Highly Commended: Amelia Dennis, Alyssa Gregory & Katie Thomas.

13 to Under 18 years 1st: Bridie Ryan (pictured left) 2nd: Natasha Nikolovski 3rd: Taylah Rattray Highly Commended: Georgia Harrison, Caleb Nelson & Georgia Nelson

State Winner: Maya DeAngelis State Runner Up: Bridie Ryan

For full coverage please see Dogs NSW October 2016 Journal - written by Courtney Spencer

Members are advised that there have been numerous changes to the Dogs NSW Regulations;

Part II Show Section 6, 6.1
Part II Show Section 6, 6.4
Part II Show Section 10, 10.13
Part XII Interpretation "Open Show"

Dogs NSW Regulations

RecipesIt should be noted that 'The Christmas Dog Treats 'home-made' recipes, which appear on pages 26 and 27 in the December issue of Dogs NSW magazine, should only be fed to your dog, if they have no predisposing medical conditions, such as pancreatitis.

ANKC Logo Col art copyThe ANKC Ltd Board resolved at the October 2016 Board meeting that the implementation date of 1 January 2017 for the following motion passed at the May 2016 Board meeting be deferred until 1 July 2017 pending receipt of submissions from National Breed Councils and Breed Clubs and further consideration by the ANKC Ltd Board:

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January School Holiday Fun & Learning with Future Vet Kids Camp!

Future Vet Kids Camp - Australia’s favourite veterinary-inspired school holiday program for young pet lovers - is filling up fast and taking final registrations for its 2017 January Camp!

950500Dogs NSW apologises for the incorrect closing date for the Guinness World Records 2017 Book Competition.

The correct entries closing date is 31 December 2016.

Dogs NSW apologises for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Competition - Dogs NSW December 2016

Cover Dogs QLD Calendar2017 Dogs Queensland Calendar

The calendar demonstrates the diverse activities that dogs undertake and their assimilation into our daily lives. Featured are dogs who serve, protect, care for and love their human companions.

The calendar is also a fund raising activity for two charities (Ronald McDonald House Charities and Delta Therapy Dogs) where part of the proceeds will go toward training of Delta Dogs and the continued visits to sick children.

For more information and to purchase your 2017 Calendar please visit the Dogs Queensland website https://dogs-qld-2017-calendar.myshopify.com/products/dogs-qld-2017-calendar

brown snake editThere have been a number of recent snake sightings at Dogs NSW grounds over the last few days, particularly now as the weather is warming up.

As November through to March are the worse months for snakes, members are asked to be careful and more aware that they are around. Stay vigilant and move away if you see a snake. Check carefully when setting up and pulling down for shows.

Dogs NSW Logo BlueAt the Board Meeting held 9 November 2016, the following appointments were made;