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Companion and Fun dog show at Haywood Engineering college Burslem - 1st May 2010

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the PTFA at Haywood Engineering College are holding a Companion and Fun dog show on the 1st May 2010. on the Haywood road entrance (opposite the hospital)ST6 7AH
entries are £1 per class on the day from 11am.
judging starts at 12pm
judge is Mrs J Isherwood (Ishjamani)
the show is held under the Kennel club rules and regulations
money raised on the day is to be shared between the PTFA and Hearing dogs for Deaf People.
rosettes for 1st to 3rd place.

the classes are
AV puppy 6-12months
Av Sporting
AV Non -Sporting
AV Working or Pastoral
AV Toy or Terroer
Best in show
Best Puppy in show

Varieties classes
most Handsome boy
prettiest girl
best crossbreed
sweetest veteran 7 years +
dog most like owner
cutest puppy 6m-12months
most appealing eyes
waggliest tail
best 6 legs
fancy dress
best trick
dog the judge would like to take home.

there are also stalls and information tables , raffle, refeshments and micro chipping-at discount price by s-o-t council.
donations for poo bags from MUTTBUTTS,
prizes donated from Cobbydog, Dorwest Herbs ,Purina

Best in Show & Best Puupy in Show Rosettes sponsored by Ken Hunt-(Plumber and handy man)



Web Monkey's picture

Sounds like a lot of fun

Can everyone spread the word, it sounds like a lot of fun.

DawnD's picture

I have circulated to everyone

I have circulated to everyone I know.

Do you need a VIE at home Stall by any chance?

Love Dawn x

Dereth's picture

just to remind people that

just to remind people that this fun show is in 9 days time now-
you dont have to pre-registar your dog into the show just turn up on the day from 11am. and pay your £1 per class.
judging starts at 12,
we have had a donation of beatiful handmade collars for the best in show dog and best puppy.

theres to be a BBQ, and some gift stalls .
and free POO bags to hand out.
mirco chipping on the day will cost £5 - done by city council
hope to see your there.

Dereth's picture

3 and abit days to go for

3 and abit days to go for this dog show.
Radio Stokes Paula White is helping to promote this too today ,

Web Monkey's picture

Is the puppy class the first

Is the puppy class the first one? I think my little un's will like this.

Dereth's picture

yes ! cute puppy class is

yes ! cute puppy class is first at 12.0.clock

todays the day haywoods ptfa first dog show event.
preparations are this very minuet taking place.

thank you MyTunstall for your helping promoting this chariety dog show.
and the people from this forum who are helping on the day .

Dereth's picture

Haywood Fun Dog Show is done

Haywood Fun Dog Show is done and dusted....
Thank you for making the 1st dog show in the area a sucess.
havent got the exact amount raised but about £400 i think,. and over 80 dogs entered the classes.
from what i heard people enjoyed the day , and would like to see another one next year- watch this space ..
a stressful time but well worth it.

Web Monkey's picture

I took the kids along to the

I took the kids along to the dog show, and they really enjoyed themselves. Even our eldest lad, who is really scared of dogs and a little bit out of his comfort zone, enjoyed watching the dog show, and didn't mind too much being surrounded by so many pooches.

It was great to see so many young people showing their dogs off, and the sight of two great danes lounging around had to be seen to believed. They were two gentle giants, but I would like to be their postman.

Congratulations Dereth, you put on an amazing show, the weather held off, and both humans and k9's seemed to be having a good time.

The only thing I could say was your security seemed to be on the soft side Wink as the little westie with the black coat on with the words security on the back, was easily won over with tickles and strokes.

It was also nice to meet two members from this website, as Dereth was organizing, and Claire was providing a photo diary of the day.

I can't wait until the next one.

Dereth's picture

results from the 1st

results from the 1st Haywood companion dog show
AV puppy- was a shihtzu named Phoebe from Norton.
AV Sporting winner-Pointer named Jules from Newcastle
AV Non-sporting-Japanese Shiba Inu named Yuki from Newcastle
AV working/pastoral- Great Dane named Mr Red from Bradley
AV toy/terrier- Belington named belle from Forsbrook

best in show Jules pointer winning a cup , winners rosettes. Handmade leather collar to fit your dog from
reverse best in show Yuki Japanese shiba Inu
best puppy- Phoebe shihtzu. Winners rosette and handmade leather collar from blueyonda.

Fun classes

Handsome boy- Chihuahua -Max from Chell Heath
Prettiest girl- Retriever-Misty- Tunstall
Best cross breed- Tess & Gypsy from Talke
Veteran- Erik
Dog looks most like owner- cocker spaniel- Tarkan- Burslem
Cutist puppy- Chewy- Burslem
Appealing eyes –Timmy
Wiggliest tail -Lady from Newcastle
Best 6 legs – Glen with owner Tony from Wellington, Telford
Fancy dress-golden retriever-Milly from May Bank
Best trick Gypsy from Talke
The dog the judge would like to take home – Golden retriever –Milly from May Bank.

In all 86 dogs attended the show.
Seems to be very well attended and enjoyed.
Thank you to the show Judge Janet Isherwood for an excellent day-

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