The Malvern Autumn Show (held on September 23/24) has a World of Animals area, similar to Discover Dogs, and Glen of Imaal Terriers have been invited to attend. Tony Hadley is the man to contact via email or telephone 07577582182 as soon as possible
Even Glen of Imaal Terrier people have to have some time off and it looks like this last weekend was one of those times….but a Reserve Best In Show and two Group 1s were still notched up in Memphis Mississippi and it was Finnabair Double D Friend of a Friend that obliged. Tipperary Ballyfinboy Liam of Cnoc took OHG3 at Tioga County KC. Kate Flack reports from the West Coast “Olympic Kennel Club put on a WONDERFUL show in Enumclaw, Wa. Dock Diving, Barn Hunt, Coursing, Barn Hunt, Coursing, Conformation, Agility, Rally, Obedience – it was a buzz with activity. Keadeen’s Sir Emmet split the conformation honors with half sister Keadeen’s Second Start fro the Right, aka Stella. Emmet finished Saturday with an OHTerrier Group 4 – thanks to Judges Wendy Maisey and Bruce Fraser. Sunday Em was BOS to Stella and completed his 2nd Q toward an Barn Hunt Open title and took 4th speediest in his class.” Also I believe there should be news of coursing and barn hunting but it hasn’t come in yet (HINT, HINT)
It was Welsh Kennel Club in the UK. Best of Breed went to the newly crowned Golden Spurs with Romainville Whistle Dixie taking the Bitch ticket. The two Reserves were Boudivella Oscar & Romainville Maggie May. Best veteran was Donvaleset Rebus & Best Puppy Jeonty Jyn A New Hope.
The Animal Health Trust have given an update on the progress of the various breed participating in Give A Dog A Genome. Glen of Imaal Terriers are up to stage 6.
The Doglaw CAB (Canine Advice Bureau) will be available for the first time on the weekend of Saturday 19th & Sunday 20th August 2017 for telephone advice between 10.30am & 4.30pm. All advice calls that weekend will be FREE. This service will be available on 0800 999 3647.
Cooper & Co Solicitors are specialists in civil and criminal cases on Doglaw in England and Wales. So, take the opportunity to obtain expert advice from solicitor Trevor Cooper for FREE that weekend.
Whether it’s a case of a dog having bitten someone, a “tug of love” custody dispute, claim against a vet, a dispute between a breeder and a purchaser, or any other Doglaw matter we’ll be your friends at the end of the phone …… for FREE.
Calls will be limited to up to 15 minutes per caller and must relate to Doglaw in England & Wales. We cannot advise if there is a conflict of interest or if it’s an area of law in which we have no expertise. At the start of the call you will need to register by providing your name, address, telephone number, email address, name of the person you have dispute with (if applicable), and the name and breed of dog concerned.
The Doglaw CAB is provided by Cooper & Co Solicitors of Whitfield, Kent. Regulated & authorised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA 258139). Our usual landline number is 01304 755 557, but you will not be able to access this service on that number.
KENNEL CLUB QUESTION TIME HEADS TO CAMBRIDGE
The views of dog owners are being sought in Cambridge and surrounding areas as the Kennel Club’s Question Time event visits the city this October.
The Kennel Club’s Question Time evenings aim to give dog owners the opportunity to air their views, ask questions and find out about the latest issues that may affect them and their dogs. Hosted by the Kennel Club, organisers of the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts, Question Time events… have been held throughout the UK for over a decade.
It is particularly hoped that attendees will take the opportunity to ask questions about the initiatives which have recently emerged from the Dog Health Group as well as the Dog Show Promotion and Judges Competency Framework working parties, as members of these will be on the panel.
The event will be held at 7pm on Tuesday 10th October at the Quy Mill Hotel, Church Road, Stow-cum-Quy, Cambridge CB25 9AF. The venue is eight miles from junction 14 of the M11 motorway (interchange with junction 31 of the A14). The session will offer the opportunity for anyone to air their views and question the Kennel Club Chairman and other senior representatives from the organisation. The event is free for all and guests are invited to arrive from 6.15pm for tea and coffee.
The Kennel Club hopes to engage with dog owners and encourage them to ask any questions, share thoughts and ideas and encourage dialogue with the Kennel Club about how everyone can work together to promote dogs in a positive light.
The panel members at the Question Time will include Simon Luxmoore, Kennel Club Chairman; Steve Croxford, Kennel Club Vice Chairman; Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary and Communications Director; and Kathryn Symns, Canine Activities Executive; as well as Kennel Club Board members.
The event is free of charge but places must be booked in advance. Contact Sue Sampson to reserve a place on email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 01296 318540.
To ensure that questions can be tabled on the night, please submit them in advance to Sue Sampson via the email above.
Cambridge is the final Question Time event for 2017. Suggestions are sought for locations which may be suitable for such an event next year. Please contact Sue Sampson via the email address above with ideas.
Belfast Championship (postal) entries close today. Terrier day is Saturday 23rd September and Glen of Imaal Terriers are to be judged by Bill Brown-Cole.
For the first time in ages no Glen of Imaal Terrier show news from America but we’re still out and about at the shows this side of the pond.
Back to back shows in Estonia & Meomodo Boho’s Trick or Treat took Best of Breed both days and a Group 4. Best of Breed at Turku was Glenrosedale Buagh Ri Arthur Milo whilst at Joensuu Rosears Master of the House took home the BOB rosette. On the home front Kingcottage Boogie on Basil was at the Vale of Glamorgan and was rewarded with the Best of Breed rosette
The US news comes from the “brains” side of the family as Ginny qualified first time in the Introduction To Quarry class and Jeff Dairiki reports that The Wicklow Trio took first place at the first ever Barn Hunt Academy tag team barn hunt. They found nine rats in under three and a half minutes
Well done all!