The Plum Creek Kennel Club is holding performance events at the Douglas County Fairgrounds which is located at 500 Fairgrounds Drive in Castle Rock (One mile east of Interstate 25, Exit 181).
Registration begins at 9:30 AM and performance events will start as follows:
- Trick Dog Evaluations starts at 10:00 AM - $15.00 fee and Exhibitors must bring their own props!
- CGC Evaluations, including CGCA & CGCU starts at 11:30 AM - $15.00 fee
- "Sniff & Go" Scent Work activities start at 1:00 PM - $5.00 fee and all evaluations will be conducted by Karen Lamb
For more information contact Bill Ellis – email@example.com.
A food concession will be available and a Donation Drawing will be held early in the afternoon
All-Breed conformation, obedience and rally B matches will be conducted by The Doberman Pinscher Club of the Rocky Mountain Area.
For more information contact Erica Tate – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration begins at 9:00 AM and Judging will commence at 10:00 AM.
Match fee is $ 8.00 (Junior Showmanship – FREE)
Come mingle with fellow RR owners, exchange gifts, and celebrate our RR's 2017 accomplishments.
Location: Lynn and Tom Miller's 3922 S. Elkhart St Aurora, CO 80014
RSVP to Linda Cannon at email@example.com with the side dish, drink, or dessert that you'll be bringing (main dish supplied by the club)
Gift exchange: $20 limit
Hounds' accomplishments: Send Linda your hound's name, owner (s) and 2017 new titles.
The goal for this seminar is to help fix what is not working and gain the WINNING EDGE.
Saturday 8AM to 5 PM:
This will cover aspects of showing for both beginners and experts. Demonstrations and discussion will include the best way to stack your dog, discussion about the best pacing, what to do when your dog posts, and the best speed for your dog and why. Ring procedures will be discussed. We will be working one on one with you and your dog's issues. And most importantly, any question you can think of will be addressed.
Sunday 8 AM to 5 PM:
Sunday will be a continuation of more one on one help, questions and answers. In the afternoon, there will be a mock dog show, but it won't be your dog that is being judged - think of this as the best junior handling class for adults! Participants without a dog will be able to observe and ask questions while the show is occurring. Awards will be given for the best in seminar, most improved, most professionally dressed, etc. Bring your show clothes and prepare for some competition with your new found knowledge!
ADVANCED: This class is for handlers who have handled for two or more years OR who have handled at least one dog to their championship. Cost is $165.00 with dog.
BEGINNER: This class is for the novice exhibitor. Cost is $165.00 with dog.
OBSERVER: This is extremely beneficial for those who want to attend and have great opportunity to listen and learn without the distraction of a dog. Cost is $85.00 without dog.
- Dogs not being worked must be crated. Dogs must be crate trained and well behaved as they will be crated away from the working area of the seminar. Disruptive dogs will be asked to be removed from the building.
- Bring appropriate dog supplies, your own chairs and floor covering for your dog.
Pre- Entries Close 6 PM on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at the home of the Test Secretary or when a test limit of 50 dogs is reached. 10 standby dogs will be allowed Follow link to the premium: http://rmiwa.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/RMIWAFCATJanuary-20-2018-ver6.pdf