One month left for the 2018 Breed Survey

It doesn’t seem possible but there is only one month left to complete the 2018 Glen of Imaal Terrier Breed Survey. It isn’t difficult, it won’t take up a lot of time so please consider doing it.

The Glen DNA Archive doesn’t end at the end of the year though, it’ll continue on because it is there FOR THE CONTINUING GOOD OF GLENS. It is important that the Animal Health Trust always has up-to-date information about your Glen. Please notify newly diagnosed health conditions, surgery (including neuter/spay), health scheme results and, if it has happened, death. If you need to notify an update please visit the “Health Update” page on the Glen Archive website 

 

 

Manchester (postal) entries close tomorrow

Manchester Championship Show (postal entries) close next week on December 4th-online close midday December 12th. Terrier day is Friday January 18th and Patsy Hollins is the Glen of Imaal Terrier judge. This year there ARE Challenge certificates on offer

Rounding up a bit quieter weekend

Glen of Imaal Terrier folk aren’t doing their Christmas shopping yet, they are still showing!

At The Glen Association Show, where one minutes silence was held in memory of Theresa Hadley, Best In Show was awarded to Abberann Reach For The Stars Ryanne with Amhard Manhatten taking the Dog CC. The two Reserves were Romainville Izzy Wizzy and Boudivella Oscar with Teamarach Rock Steady Beat Best Puppy. The day before had been West Midlands Terrier and Jeonty Letty Be Magic had taken BOB there with Jeonty Dreams A Dream with Karensbrae RBOB. In Germany Jeonty Junior Fire & Ice was BOB at Dortmund and at a Terrier Exhibition also in Germany My Dear Fellow Cordula The Angel headed the entry with Billy Tow vom Au Deich Best Opposite & Best Veteran.

Over in Canada Gleann Holy Hannah took three BOBs and a Group 3 and in the States Daulton’s Gedunk Malone from Emerald Isle was Best of Breed at the first Agathon Kennel Club show with Daulton’s Caoimhe of Pine Meadow taking Best Opposite and then being awarded OHG3. They reversed for the second show with Caoimhe going on to get Group 4

The “Brains” department was performing as well with Kelli Whitfield writing “Super fun two days of Scent Work with Montgomery KC and Cahaba Valley KC. Four new AKC titles: SIN for Griffin, SCA, SEN, SIA & SWN for Winston. Excellent trials- well run, super friendly group of people too and great judge, Cindy Roberts”. (Any chance, for non AKC people, you can fill in the full titles?)

Congratulations all.

 

 

Crufts 2019 schedules are out

Crufts 2019 schedules are available for download and it’s a mammoth read! Glen of Imaal Terriers are on Saturday March 9th and are first in ring 6 (Hall 1) at 9.00am. 14 classes are offered and Jeff Horswell is the judge. First entry per dog is £30. The car parking needs booking with the entry as booked with entry (dog exhibitors only), £11 per day; booked in advance via the NEC website, £12 per day; paid on the day (online or at the NEC), £16 per day.

Postal entries close 7th January on online 21st January