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DECEMBER 2019

BREED FEATURE

SIGNS YOUR DOG IS GETTING OLD

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel p8

Indicators to be aware of p25

SHOW AND TRIAL

DOGS AND HEAT STROKE

Schedules p18

Causes, action and more p28


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Contents 5 | President’s Message 6 | Board Notes

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8 | Breed Feature – Cavalier King Charles Spaniel 12 | Is it dangerous for dogs to drink salt water? 14 | Empower assistance dogs 16 | Gastric dilatation and torsion (Volvulus) 18 | Gazette – Conformation show and trial schedules

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25 | Signs your dog is getting old 28 | Extra incentive to buy from DQ breeders 29 | Dogs and heat stroke 32 | ANKC – Labrador Retriever Survey Results 33 | Affiliated clubs and services 37 | Durack vendors

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38 | Rates Guide

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President’s Message Our DQ Bushfire Charity Show with Beaudesert Kennel Club I am writing this the Thursday before the Charity Show this Saturday and I am so heart warmed by the response to this Dogs Qld Show so wonderfully organised by Beaudesert Kennel Club and supported by an array of sponsors, judges, volunteers and you, the people in our wider dog community. The object is to maximise the funds flowing to our hardworking Rural Fire Brigades and that will certainly happen. Queensland has its well-earned reputation for natural disasters with floods and cyclones, but I cannot ever remember the dry conditions we are seeing throughout this State and NSW at this time of the year. The last I heard was that there were 80 uncontained fires in Qld. Our firies are being pushed to the limit with weeks of frontline fire management. So, in the midst of this testing environment it is great to see this Charity Show happening. We have our moments in the dog world but in the time of a crisis our values come to the fore and we support causes important to us. And this is clearly one of those. Entries closed yesterday and, in a word, Wow! With Special Classes a total entry of 1890 dogs. This is getting into the territory of the total conformation entry at our Ekka. Entries have flowed in for special dogs from interstate, New Zealand and the USA so I understand. A great initiative was a sponsored mat prize for the Breed Club with the most breed entries. How amazing is the Rottweiler breed with 132 dogs entered. This was followed by the British Bulldog fraternity with 71 dogs entered. I was chuffed to see my whippet breed in third place with 64 dogs entered. With Dogs Qld not charging a surcharge on entries and Show Manager donating their online fee the SM entry revenue alone is just under $26k. And this figure will increase on the day of the show. Thanks again to all concerned in making this event the success it is. Fire and Emergency Dogs Qld Member Network With this ongoing fire emergency please remember to email rob@dogsqueensland.org.au with your details if you can provide emergency accommodation for our members and their dogs if they need to leave their property on short notice. Please give thought and planning to your fire escape plan should the need arise.

For those in related needy circumstances for your dogs please contact the office as we have dry dog food available that was kindly donated by Royal Canin. Dogs Qld Grounds As you can see from this photo, the renovation of our ring 11 to 16 continues with the hydro spray grass happening on 19 November. It is so important that people and dogs do not walk on this area during this critical germination period. A big thank you again to all who have helped with this great ground improvement initiative. DQ 2020 Planning Your Board with Rob Harrison had a very productive planning session on Sunday 17 November. There was a long list of 2020 priorities that will be further finetuned and shared with members before long for discussion and feedback. We are looking to update our Strategic Plan for the 2020 to 2025 period. This session will be complemented by our forthcoming session with Tara King on 8 December with the Board and invited members. Limited Register It is my very strong view that the question of the limited register needs to be addressed next year. I have had a real concern that the increased use of this register by breeders is closing the door to many new dog owners engaging in our many activities. This also raises the question whether limited register dogs should be exempt from DNA testing and its benefits in ensuring the integrity of our breed database. Early next year I would like to put out some discussion points to members and particularly breeders on this subject by way of consultation. I would finally like to wish you and your families, and dogs and hounds, a safe and very happy Christmas and all the best in the start of a new decade in 2020. Ulla Greenwood President

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BOARD NOTES DECEMBER 2019 OFFICIALS AT EVENTS All Clubs are reminded of the provisions of Rule 12.1(3) below 12.1 Subject to the restrictions, limitations and requirements of the Rules of the CCCQ Ltd and any Regulations made by the Board of Directors of the CCCQ Ltd from time to time, the Code of Ethics and Codes of Practice, the privileges of membership shall be: (3) The right to apply for the Judges Training Programme, including performing the functions of an Exhibition Official as approved; The Board has agreed that the Constitution and Rules Committee will review the wording of the applicable rules to ensure the provisions are clear and that ‘any official at events must be a member of Dogs Queensland’. CATERING AT DURACK The Board requests expressions of interest from all Clubs for catering/canteen applications for the Specialty Breed days at Durack for 2020 as listed below; Saturday 22nd February Saturday / Sunday 7th / 8th March Saturday 2nd May Saturday 6th June Saturday / Sunday 4th / 5th July Saturday 19th September CHRISTMAS OFFICE CLOSURE All Members are asked to please note the Dogs Queensland Office Hours during the Christmas holiday period. The Office will also be closed from midday on Friday 20th December for the Staff Christmas Party; 23th December Open 24th December Open until Midday 25th - 26th December Public Holiday 27th December Closed Leave Day 28th-29th December Closed Weekend 30th 31st December Closed Leave Day 1st January Public Holiday 2nd-3rd January Closed to Members Staff Working 4th - 5th January Closed Weekend 6th January Open

LITTER REGISTRATION PRICE INCREASES The Board recently discussed at length the increased use of the Limited Register and will continue to discuss this topic. Just in terms of numbers and to make Members aware, these are the numbers of Registrations, Main/ Limited for the last couple of years and the percentage registered to that particular Register, it can be easily

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seen that dogs registered on the Limited Register, and therefore making them unable to bred from or shown, has steadily increased. Numbers Percentage 2017 Main 10716 66% Limited 5431 34% 2018 Main 8639 60% Limited 5800 40% 2019 (to 18 November) Main 6186 48% Limited 6709 52% As an overall review policy, the Board agreed to increase the applications for Registration by 5% but applications for Registration on the Limited Register would increase by a further 10% over and above the 5%, all new fees would be rounded up to the nearest dollar. The new fees would take effect for applications received after 1 January 2020; The new fee structure is reproduced below, this is the cost per pup; 2019 2020 2020 (Main) (Limited) Under 3 months 45 48 52 Over 3 and under 6 73 77 85 months Over 6 and under 92 97 107 12 months Over 12 and under 102 108 118 18 months SCALE OF CHARGES On Page 38 of this edition of the Dog World, Members can find the Scale of Charges as we are now and those applicable from 1 January 2020. The Board has, as always, endeavoured to keep these increases to a minimum but has had to increase fees by around 5%. As Members will know, Membership Renewals and Prefixes are available for 2020 at 2019 prices until 2 December 2019. CHANGE OF RULES All Members are asked to note the following change of Rule 23.2 from 23.2 On payment of the fee set out in the scale of charges, a member may apply for the Registration of a Prefix. Applications for the Registration of a Prefix will not be considered unless the applicant has been a member of the CCCQ Ltd or any recognised Controlling Body for a minimum period of twelve (12) months. Such application shall be made on the form prescribed by the CCCQ Ltd and must be accompanied by a completed Open Book Examination based on the VCA Guidelines for Breeder’s Booklet. All Prefixes must be owned by individual


members or a partnership of members. No Prefix will be issued to a business or company name. To 23.2 On payment of the fee set out in the scale of charges, a member may apply for the Registration of a Prefix. Such application shall be made on the form prescribed by the CCCQ Ltd and must be accompanied by a completed Open Book Examination based on the VCA Guidelines for Breeder’s Booklet. All Prefixes must be owned by individual members or a partnership of members. No Prefix will be issued to a business or company name. ANKC NEWS Please note that the relevant document on the Dogs Queensland / ANKC Website has been amended or available where applicable; ANKC Board Meeting Dates – 2020 to 2023 Meeting Date 2020 08/02/2020 27/06/2020 17-18/10/2020

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Trick Dog Title Summary Information Effective 1 January, 2020 the new ANKC sporting discipline of “Trick Dog” will be implemented. Trick Dog will be a discipline under the umbrella of the ANKC Dances with Dogs Committee To assist your administration, below is a summary of the requirements for titles for “Trick Dog”

There are four (4) classes: TRICK DOG STARTER: For dogs that have not qualified for the Starter title. TRICK DOG NOVICE: For dogs that have qualified for the title of ‘Trick Dog Starter’ (TK.S.). TRICK DOG INTERMEDIATE: For dogs that have qualified for the title of ‘Trick Dog Novice’ (TK.N.). TRICK DOG ADVANCED: For dogs that have qualified for the title of ‘Trick Dog Intermediate’ (TK.I.). Progression through titling classes 3.2.1 A dog shall not be entered for any class without previously having qualified, and an application having been lodged, for the title at the level of the previous class. 3.2.2 A dog which has gained sufficient Qualifying Certificates for any title other than Trick Dog Advanced (TK.A) shall not be eligible to compete in any further class at that level except in a test for which entries closed before the final qualification score required for that title was gained. 3.2.3 At the discretion of the Affiliate’s nominee, a competitor who completes the necessary Qualifying Certificates for a title and has applied for that title after the closing of entries may request and be transferred to the next higher class in the relevant division. TITLES ‘TK.S’ signifying Trick Dog Starter in connection with, and after the name of, each dog, which has gained a total of three (3) Qualifying Certificates in the Starter class, under at least two (2) different Judges. ‘TK.N’ signifying Trick Dog Novice in connection with, and after the name of, each dog, which has gained a total of five (5) Qualifying Certificates in the Novice class, under at least two (2) different Judges. ‘TK.I’ signifying Trick Dog Intermediate in connection with, and after the name of, each dog, which has gained a total of six (6) Qualifying Certificates in the Intermediate class, under at least two (2) different Judges. TK.A’ signifying Trick Dog Advanced in connection with, and after the name of, each dog, which has gained a total of eight (8) Qualifying Certificates in the Advanced class in the relevant division, under at least three (3) different Judges. Class Starter Novice Intermediate Advanced Title TK.S TK.N TK.I TK.A Number of 3 5 6 8 certificates Minimum number of 2 2 2 3 Judges

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Breed Feature

THE CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL

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There is no actual certainty about the origins of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Toy spaniels of various types are known to have existed for several centuries. Some claim that all spaniels originated from Spain, but France, the Low Countries, Germany and Italy all had their small spaniels too. In fact the origin of the word ’Spaniel’ is described by the Oxford English Dictionary as being from the Old French word ‘Espaigneul’ which meant ‘Spanish Dog’. This in turn originated from the Latin ‘Hispaniolus’, which simply means ’Spanish’. Possibly the first record of toy spaniels in England came from certain writings around the 16th century. Paintings by many of the old masters depict small spaniels- most likely the forerunner of our breed. Toy spaniels became the favourites in court circles and in the great houses of England and Scotland, particularly during the reign of Charles I and II. Charles II gave his name to the breed and was seldom seen without these little dogs. Others have described the red and white toy spaniels kept by the John Churchill, the Duke of Marlborough. He was reputed to have had a cavalier with him at the battle of Blenheim, and our very popular chestnut/ white cavaliers were named after that battle, as was his famous residence Blenheim Palace.

One of the early pioneers of this breed was a Mrs Hewitt Pitt, who through her enterprise and skill has been responsible for the rebirth of the breed and its development to the present day. Cavaliers first made their appearance in Australia in the early 1960s. Many of the early Cavaliers were imported from either the United Kingdom or New Zealand. Today the gene pool has widened and there are Cavaliers in this country from European countries as well as the United States. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an active, graceful and gentle dog. There are four recognized colours within the breed. These include the Blenheim and the Tricolours which are known as the Parti -Colours, and the Black and Tan and the Ruby which make up the Whole Colours. The Blenheim which is the colour most commonly seen is a rich chestnut, well broken up on a pearly white background. The markings on the head should be evenly divided leaving room between the ears for the much valued lozenge mark or spot which is a unique characteristic of the breed. Tricolours are black and white in colour- well broken, with tan markings over the eyes, cheeks, inside the ears, legs and the underside of the tail.

Queen Victoria also had a favourite Tricolour cavalier called “Dash’ who was her constant companion. Up until the end of the 18th century, toy spaniels varied a good deal in type, size and colour. Over time certain changes crept in following the fashion of the day. It wasn’t until 1926 when a Mr Rosswell Eldridge of Long Island New York visited England and was disappointed to find that the flat-skulled little spaniels with the tapered muzzle had all but disappeared. He therefore offered a prize of twenty five pounds annually at Crufts, for the dog and bitch most resembling those shown in the paintings during the time of Charles II.

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Black and Tans should be raven black with tan markings above the eyes, cheeks, inside the ears, on the chest and legs and the underside of the tail, and the Ruby should be a rich red. White markings are not acceptable on either the Black and Tan or the Ruby. ‘

Because of their placid natures they are also fairly tolerant of other animals within the family. They are very much a people dog and will be happy either sitting on your lap, snuggling on the lounge or going on a country hike. They do not do well being left alone for long periods.

Cavaliers should range in size from approximately 5.4kg to 8kgs. Their coats are silky and a mature dog will usually have plenty of feathering on the legs, tail, chest and underbelly. The Cavalier coat is not usually trimmed, but should be groomed regularly to keep them looking at their best. Their coats will shed so be prepared for some silky hairs on the furniture.

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is an extremely versatile breed. They are highly trainable and many compete in such disciplines such as agility, obedience, Rally O, dancing with dogs, tracking, luring, endurance running and conformation showing. Their willingness to please makes them the perfect candidate to be trained as therapy dogs and many do this very successfully.

The Cavalier is noted for its temperament. They have a most gentle disposition and are ideally suited as companions or ‘comforter dogs’ across all ages.

Cavaliers are also a sporting dog and will enjoy a good walk, a run in the park or a swim in the river. Spaniels were bred as hunting dogs throughout the centuries and the cavalier is no exception, and likes nothing better than chasing a bird or some other form of wild life. Cavaliers have a life span of around twelve to fifteen years. Puppy buyers should seek out breeders who do the recommended heart, eye and DNA testing, as while there are no guarantees, it is better to start with a puppy from health tested parents and grandparents, and hopefully this will ensure a long healthy life.

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The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club of Queensland which had its inception in 2001 can provide information to prospective buyers. The breeders within the club breed for the betterment of the breed and health testing and correct breeding practices are strictly followed. Our contact details are www.cavalierclubqld.org.au. Information about upcoming events can also be found on our club Facebook page. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel is a very special breed of dog. It has been owned by royalty as well as the very famous. They are adaptable, undemanding and tolerant and they possess an insatiable eagerness to join in with any activity so long as it is in the company of their beloved humans and their families.

Dr Sara Pitts BVSc. (Hons I), Dr Courtney Fuller BVSc. and Marnie Scheiwe BAppsc at Rosewood Vet Service are now offering Canine Reproduction services including:

This is a breed that has endured for centuries and it continues to thrive. REFERENCES

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Interpretation of the Breed Standard. Reprinted with the permission of the C.K.C.S. Club of UK The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Susan Burgess, C.1985 Resola Pty Ltd, Qld. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels Today, Sheila Smith, C.1995, Ringpress Books Ltd, Singapore National Dog, September 1989, Craft Printing Industries, Enfield, NSW.

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Is It Dangerous Anna Burke

for Dogs to Drink Salt Water?

Anyone who has ever swallowed a mouthful of salt water after swimming in the ocean knows how unpleasant it tastes. When it comes to our canine companions, drinking salt water isn’t just dangerous for dogs, it can also be deadly.

Dogs Drinking Salt Water

Dogs love playing at the beach, but games of fetch, chasing waves, and swimming can all lead to salt water consumption. In most cases, a few mouthfuls of salt water may only cause diarrhea. Consuming large amounts of salt water, however, can be fatal. The osmotic properties of salt water disrupt the fluid balance in your dog. This can lead to deadly amounts of fluid around the brain, inflammation, and gastric ulcers and hemorrhages. Dogs with toxic levels of sodium in their systems have a mortality rate higher than 50 percent, regardless of treatment.

Treating Saltwater Poisoning in Dogs

If you suspect that your dog has consumed a toxic amount of salt water, your best bet is to get him to the veterinarian as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, there is no specific treatment for saltwater poisoning in dogs. Your veterinarian will attempt to restore your dog’s water and electrolyte balance to normal levels.

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Lowering sodium levels too quickly, however, can be dangerous, increasing the likelihood of cerebral edema (fluid on the brain). In ideal cases, the water and electrolyte balance will be restored over a period of 2-3 days. This usually involves hospitalization. Further supportive care and medications may be given, depending on your dog’s condition.

Symptoms of Saltwater Poisoning in Dogs

Drinking excessive amounts of salt water typically results in vomiting within a few hours. While mild cases may only involve a few bouts of diarrhea, in severe cases the dog may suffer from weakness, diarrhea, muscle tremors, and seizures. If your dog shows any of these signs, even diarrhea, call your veterinarian or local veterinary emergency hospital for advice.

Preventing Saltwater Poisoning

The amount of salt water required to reach toxic levels depends on your dog’s access to fresh water. The best thing you can do to keep your dog safe at the beach is to make sure he always has access to fresh water. If you notice your dog drinking ocean water, restrict his access, provide him with fresh water and shade, and keep an eye on him for signs of toxicity.


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In the mid 1990’s Craig and Tracey Murray (Dog Trainers) were approached by Dogs Qld members Heidi & Graham Youle (proprietors of The Naturally Raw Pet Store) to see if they would be able to train a dog to indicate when their baby was going to have a seizure. Bailey was having multiple seizures a day and the family were trying to do anything and everything they could to help their child. They had heard about dogs in the USA which had been trained for persons with disabilities that have seizures and they were hoping that Craig and Tracey could train a dog to help their child. Assistance dogs were pretty much unheard of within Australia at that time. By the time Craig and Tracey researched the required information needed to train a dog, it was too late, and Bailey had lost his battle. This was heartbreaking but it only served to inspire Craig and Tracey to further their education into Assistance Dogs.

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Craig and Tracey stumbled through training dogs and placing them with persons with disabilities as best they knew how until they were able to afford to send Craig to NEADS (National Education for Assistance Dog Services) in the USA in 2002. This formal education was sought after more so to teach Craig how to partner a dog with a disabled handler. It’s a totally different experience to transition a dog across to a person with a disability than it is to do the initial training of the dog. The world of disability is so broad so each assistance dog must be trained to the individual needs of the handler. Having this learning experience enabled Craig and Tracey to provide a much more individualised transition for their clients. Fast forward and the Queensland Government bought in the Guide, Hearing and Assistance Dog Act in 2009. This Act encompassed all three types of service dogs under the one Act – Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Assistance Dogs. Craig and Tracey were part of the advisory stakeholder group for the government whilst they were constructing the legislation and were in fact the first Assistance Dog Trainers certified within Australia. At that time, you could apply to gain certification as either an individual trainer or a training organisation (charity). Both Craig and Tracey applied for certification as individual trainers and remained that way until they founded Empower Assistance Dogs in 2016. By founding the charity, they have been able to grow their services to help more people by implementing a breeding program, puppy raising program, therapy dog team and in 2020 they are commencing a new ‘Owner Coached Assistance Dog Program’ to be delivered on site at the Dogs Queensland grounds. Empower Assistance Dogs has always provided a fully trained Guide, Hearing or Assistance Dog to


each of their clients, but the industry is changing and there are a lot of people with disabilities that already have their own dogs that ‘assist’ them. It’s these people that Empower are now looking to also help by providing regular coaching and support to ensure that these privately-owned dogs are reaching the necessary level that is required to gain their government certification. Of course, this upcoming course has an initial assessment process that must be undertaken to ensure that the dog is a suitable candidate for the job at hand and also that it is capable of meeting the requirements of the Guide, Hearing and Assistance Dog Legislation and Public Access Test. Under the legislation, not only does the dog and handler have to undergo a Public Access Test conducted by an approved trainer or training organisation, the dog must also do 3 identifiable physical tasks or behaviours to assist their handler to reduce their need for support. Empower Assistance Dogs were also the first service dog training organisation to gain certification to train all three types of service dogs – Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Assistance Dogs. They did this so they could service clients with multiple disabilities that did not meet the criteria to gain a dog from some of the other service dog training organisations. For example, it would not be uncommon to see one of our child handlers

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who could have vision impairment and autism, or cerebral palsy and autism, or any other disability. Each of our handlers are assessed initially to ensure that they will meet legislative requirements to be able to be partnered with one of our dogs, but we definitely are out to try to help as many people as we can which is why we are now undertaking this new Owner Coached Assistance Dog program. We’re extremely grateful to Dogs Queensland for supporting this program by allowing us to utilise the grounds for training as it is easy for persons with disability to access. It’s also amazing that our relationship with the Youle family has also gone full circle and they are now helping others via supporting Empower Assistance Dogs by feeding our puppies and dogs in training through their business The Naturally Raw Pet Store that is also located on the Dogs Queensland grounds. Should you wish to know more about Empower Assistance Dogs, please check out our website www.empowerassistancedogs.org.au We would love you to help us help others! Empower Assistance Dogs Christmas cards currently available online for purchase with all money going directly to our Empower Puppy Carer program.

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GASTRIC DILATATION AND TORSION (VOLVULUS) What is this condition?

Dr Michael Bell

Gastric dilatation is characterised by a large distension of the stomach with air. In the case of torsion, the dilated stomach twists about its axis. Both dilatation and torsion cause abstraction to the caudal vena valve and hence impede return of blood to the heart, hence leading to shock. When the stomach dilatates or twists there is also compression to the circulation to the stomach wall resulting in debilitation of the stomach wall.

What causes dilatation and torsion of the stomach?

Large breed and deep chested dogs are more likely to be affected such as Great Dane, Irish Setter and Wolfhounds, but no single cause has been identified. However, in the large and giant breeds there are several factors that are significantly

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associated with an increased risk of the dilatation or torsion, these include 1. having a first degree relative that has sustained a gastric dilatation or torsion in the past 2. fast eating 3. once daily feeding 4. increasing age 5. swallowing of excessive air 6. the dog’s personality What we do know is that the swallowing of excessive air, and the inability to evacuate this air from the mouth, or to empty it into the intestine leads to dilatation of the stomach. From here the relationship between this stomach dilatation and twisting is unknown.

What signs do affected dogs show?

Affected dogs often have a distended abdomen (due to the dilatated stomach), show nonproductive retching and salivation and are weak or collapse. If these signs are seen in a large breed or a deep chested dog the suspicion is increased.

When examined in a veterinary clinic we usually detect a dilated gas filled stomach, which is confirmed on x-ray, a high heart rate and pale gum colour and hypothermia (collapse due to the compromised contractions).

What are the dog’s chances of survival?

Approximately 15 percent of dogs with dilatation / torsion of the stomach do not survive. Dogs that have a partially dead stomach lining (which can be predicted by measuring the blood heart rate level and having a reading above six normal fl.) have a lower survival rate than those with an uncompromised stomach lining.

Can gastric dilatation/torsion be prevented?

Surgically attaching the stomach to the abdominal wall with the aim of preventing the stomach rotating has been known to reduce the chances of the stomach twisting. This is a procedure that can be considered in large breed deep chested dogs like the Weimaraner, Great Dane and Irish Setter.

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11th National Bull Terrier Championship Show Hosted by the Bull Terrier Club of SA Inc Judge Jane Lindquist USA “Madcap Bull Terriers”

CONFORMATION CONFORMATION SHOWSHOW and TRIAL SCHEDULES and TRIAL February 2020 SCHEDULES February 2020 18

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Sunday 8th of March 2020 Location: Highway 1 Tourist Park, Port Wakefield Road, Bolivar SA. Cabins available for booking Now. Full Schedule on Easydog Entries


Show Date: Friday 7 February 2020 Show Date: Friday 7 February 2020

Show Date: Saturday 8 February 2020 Show Date: Saturday 8 February 2020

Entries Close: Wednesday 15 January 2020 Entries Close: Wednesday 15 January 2020

Entries Close: Wednesday 15 January 2020 Entries Close: Wednesday 15 January 2020

Venue: Allora Showgrounds, William St, Allora QLD Venue: Allora Showgrounds, William St, Allora QLD

Venue: Allora Showgrounds, William St, Allora QLD Venue: Allora Showgrounds, William St, Allora QLD

ALLORA KENNEL CLUB INC ALLORA KENNEL CLUB INC

Classes: Classes:

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) Entry Fees: $12.00 Baby Puppies $6.00 $12.00 Baby Puppies $6.00 Entry Fees: $12.00 Baby Puppies $6.00 $12.00 Baby Puppies $6.00 Catalogues $3.00 Catalogues $3.00 Catalogues $3.00 Catalogues $3.00 Entries to: Allora Kennel Club, POPO Box 356, Allora Kennel Club, Box 356, Entries to: Allora Kennel Club, POPO Box 356, Allora Kennel Club, Box 356, Ormeau QLD 4208 Ormeau QLD 4208 Ormeau QLD 4208 Ormeau QLD 4208 Online Entries: www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au Online Entries: www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au Entries: Enquiries: Marg Ph: 07 46663304 Entries: Enquiries: Marg 46663304 Enquiries: Marg Ph:Ph: 0707 46663304 Show Day Contact: Ph:46663304 0438663304 Enquiries: MargMarg Ph: 07 Show Day Day Contact: Contact: Marg Show MargPh: Ph:0438663304 0438663304 Show Day Contact: Marg at Ph:6.00PM 0438663304 Judging starts Judging starts starts at at 6.00PM 6.00PM Judging Judging starts at 6.00PM Mr A Brown (QLD) Group 5 Ring 1 MrMr A Brown (QLD) Group Group A Brown (QLD) 55 Ring 11 Mr Ring Wright(QLD) (QLD) Group Group5 7 A LBrown Ring 1 MrMr Mr L Wright (QLD) Group Group L Wright (QLD) 77 MrL Wright L Wright(QLD) (QLD) Group Group7 4 Mr Ring 2 Mr Mr L Wright (QLD) Group L Wright (QLD) Group 44 Ring 22 Mr Ring MrL Wright G Wilshier (QLD) Group Group4 3 (QLD) Ring 2 Mr Mr Wilshier (QLD) Group Group GG Wilshier (QLD) 33 Mrs J Wilshier (QLD) Group Group3 6 Mr G Wilshier (QLD) Ring 3 Mrs Mrs J Wilshier (QLD) Group Group J Wilshier (QLD) 66 Ring 33 Mrs Ring MrJAWilshier Brown (QLD) Group6 2 (QLD) Group Ring 3 Mr Mr A Brown (QLD) Group Group A Brown (QLD) 22 Ring 4 Mr MrA GBrown Wilshier (QLD) Group Group2 1 (QLD) Ring 44 MrMr Wilshier (QLD) Group Group Ring GG Wilshier (QLD) 11 General Mrs(QLD) J Wilshier (QLD) Ring 4 Specials Mr G Wilshier Group 1 General Specials Specials MrsMrs J Wilshier (QLD) General J Wilshier (QLD) Powered Camping due to (QLD) Ag Show. GeneralLimited Specials Mrs J Wilshier Limited Powered Powered Camping Campingdue due to to Ag AgShow. Show. Limited Powered $20.00 Unpowered $10.00 per night Limited Powered Camping due to Ag Show. Powered $20.00Unpowered Unpowered $10.00 per night Powered $20.00 $10.00 per night PleaseUnpowered book with Marg Powered $20.00 $10.00 per night Pleasebook bookwith withMarg Marg Please Please book with Marg

ALLORA SHOW SOCIETY INC ALLORA SHOW SOCIETY INC

Classes: Classes:

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) Entry Fees: $12.00 Baby Puppies $6.00 Entry Fees: $12.00 Baby Puppies $6.00 Catalogues $3.00 Catalogues $3.00 Entries to: Allora Show Society, PO Box 356, Entries to: Allora Show Society, PO Box 356, Ormeau QLD 4208 Ormeau QLD 4208 Online Entries: www.showmanager.com.au Online Entries: www.showmanager.com.au Enquiries: Marg Ph: 07 46663304 Enquiries: Marg Ph: 07 46663304 Show Day Contact: Marg Ph: 0438663304 Show Day Contact: Marg Ph: 0438663304 Judging starts at 8.30AM Judging starts at 8.30AM Mrs J Wilshier (QLD) Group 5 Ring 1 Mrs J Wilshier (QLD) Group 5 Ring 1 Mrs B Dickson (QLD) Group 7 Mrs B Dickson (QLD) Group 7 Mr M Yates (QLD) Group 4 Ring 2 Mr M Yates (QLD) Group 4 Ring 2 Mr A Brown (QLD) Group 3 Mr A Brown (QLD) Group 3 Mr A Brown (QLD) Group 6 Ring 3 Mr A Brown (QLD) Group 6 Ring 3 Mr M Yates (QLD) Group 2 Mr M Yates (QLD) Group 2 Ring 4 Mrs B Dickson (QLD) Group 1 Ring 4 Mrs B Dickson (QLD) Group 1 General Specials Mr A Brown (QLD) General Specials Mr A Brown (QLD) Limited Powered Camping due to Ag Show. Limited Powered Camping due to Ag Show. Powered $20.00 Unpowered $10.00 per night Powered $20.00 Unpowered $10.00 per night Please book with Marg Please book with Marg

Show Date: Saturday 15 February and Sunday 16 February 2020 Show Date: Saturday 15 February and Sunday 16 February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 26 January 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 26 January 2020 MARYBOROUGH KENNEL CLUB INC MARYBOROUGH KENNEL CLUB INC

Venue: Maryborough Showgrounds, Bruce Highway, Maryborough QLD Venue: Maryborough Showgrounds, Bruce Highway, Maryborough QLD 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 9(9a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 9(9a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) $10.00 plus $2.00 Ground Levy Sweepstakes $10.00 Catalogues $3.00 $10.00 plus $2.00 Ground Levy Sweepstakes $10.00 Catalogues $3.00 Maryborough Kennel Club Inc, PO Box 356, Ormeau QLD 4208 Maryborough Kennel Club Inc, PO Box 356, Ormeau QLD 4208 www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au Billee-Lee Ph: 0435857054 Billee-Lee Ph: 0435857054 Saturday 15 February 2020 Sunday 16 February 2020 Saturday 15 February 2020 Sunday 16 February 2020 Judging starts at 4.00PM with Sweepstakes Judging starts at 8.00AM with Sweepstakes Judging starts at 4.00PM with Sweepstakes Judging starts at 8.00AM with Sweepstakes Ring 1 Mrs S Hewinson Puppy Sweepstakes Miss D Crofts Puppy Sweepstakes followed Ring 1 Mrs S Hewinson Puppy Sweepstakes Miss D Crofts Puppy Sweepstakes followed (QLD) followed by Groups 3 and 6 (NSW) by Groups 3 and 6 (QLD) followed by Groups 3 and 6 (NSW) by Groups 3 and 6 Ring 2 Mrs R Brown Groups 2 and 4 Miss S Phillips Groups 2 and 4 Ring 2 Mrs R Brown Groups 2 and 4 Miss S Phillips Groups 2 and 4 (NSW) (QLD (NSW) (QLD Ring 3 Miss D Crofts Baby Puppy Sweepstakes Mrs R Brown Groups 1 and 7 Ring 3 Miss D Crofts Baby Puppy Sweepstakes Mrs R Brown Groups 1 and 7 (NSW) followed by Groups 5 and 7 (NSW) (NSW) followed by Groups 5 and 7 (NSW) Ring 4 Miss S Phillips Group 1 Mrs S Hewinson Baby Puppy Sweepstakes Ring 4 Miss S Phillips Group 1 Mrs S Hewinson Baby Puppy Sweepstakes (QLD) (QLD) followed by Group 5 (QLD) (QLD) followed by Group 5 General Specials Miss D Crofts (NSW) Mrs S Hewinson (QLD) General Specials Miss D Crofts (NSW) Mrs S Hewinson (QLD) Classes: Classes: Entry Fees: Entry Fees: Entries to: Entries to: Online Online Entries: Entries: Enquiries: Enquiries:

Junior Handlers including Tiny Tots will be judged on Saturday during the dinner break. Junior Handlers including Tiny Tots will be judged on Saturday during the dinner break. CAMPING MUST BE PAID BEFORE NUMBERS WILL BE HANDED OUT CAMPING MUST BE PAID BEFORE NUMBERS WILL BE HANDED OUT http://www.nominate.com.au/stables/venueintroduction.aspx?vid=402 http://www.nominate.com.au/stables/venueintroduction.aspx?vid=402 NO ROPED OFF AREAS, they will be removed without warning. NO ROPED OFF AREAS, they will be removed without warning. NO GAZEBOS/TENTS/VANS ETC set up prior to the PM day before show. NO GAZEBOS/TENTS/VANS ETC set up prior to the PM day before show.

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Show ShowDate: Date:Saturday Saturday15 15February February2020 2020 EntriesClose: Close:Friday Friday3131January January2020 2020 Entries

CLIFTON CLIFTON SHOW SHOWSOCIETY SOCIETY Venue: Venue:Clifton CliftonShowgrounds, Showgrounds,

Show ShowDate: Date:Saturday Saturday22 22February February2020 2020 Entries EntriesClose: Close:Saturday Saturday1 1February February2020 2020 QUEENSLAND QUEENSLANDAFGHAN AFGHANHOUND HOUNDASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION Venue: Venue:Dogs DogsQueensland QueenslandSports SportsGrounds, Grounds, 247 247King KingAve, Ave,Durack DurackQLD QLD Classes: Classes:

1(1a), 1(1a),2(2a), 2(2a),3(3a), 3(3a),4(4a), 4(4a),5(5a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 10(10a),11(11a) 11(11a)

Entry Entry Fees: Fees:

Breed BreedClasses Classes$8.00 $8.00 Property PropertyClasses Classes$3.00 $3.00 Catalogues Catalogues$3.00 $3.00

Entries Entries to: to:

Qld QldAfghan AfghanHound HoundAssociation, Association, 4040Whiteside WhitesideRoad, Road, Whiteside WhitesideQLD QLD4503 4503

Cnr CnrDavenport Davenportand andMorton MortonStreets, Streets, Clifton CliftonQLD QLD

CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIPSHOW SHOW Classes: Classes:

1(1a), 1(1a),2(2a), 2(2a),3(3a), 3(3a),4(4a), 4(4a),5(5a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 10(10a),11(11a), 11(11a),18(18a) 18(18a)

Online Online Entries: Entries:

www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au

Enquiries: Enquiries: Liane LianePh: Ph:0418783823 0418783823 Judging Judgingcommences commencesatat5.00PM 5.00PM

Entry EntryFees: Fees: $12.00 $12.00Catalogues Catalogues$3.00 $3.00

Mrs MrsJ Watt J Watt (QLD) (QLD)

Entriesto: to: Entries

Property PropertyClasses: Classes:Best BestCoat, Coat,Best BestGaited, Gaited, Best BestHead, Head,Best BestTail Tail

CliftonShow ShowSociety, Society,PO POBox Box7878 Clifton Waterford WaterfordWest WestQLD QLD4133 4133

Online Online Entries Entries

www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au

Enquiries: Enquiries:

Lynn LynnPh: Ph:0417549600 0417549600

Judging Judgingcommences commencesatat8.30AM 8.30AM Ring Ring1 1

Mrs MrsAAHolman Holman (QLD) (QLD)

Groups Groups1 1and and4 4

Ring Ring2 2

Mrs MrsMMBroughton Broughton (QLD) (QLD)

Groups Groups2 2and and3 3

Ring Ring3 3

Mr MrMMYates Yates

Groups Groups5 5and and6 6

(QLD) (QLD) Ring4 4 Ring

MsC CPearen Pearen Ms

Group7 7 Group

(QLD) (QLD) General General Ms MsC CPearen Pearen(QLD) (QLD) Specials Specials

Catering Cateringavailable availableallallday day

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Breed Breedclasses, classes,General General Specials Specialsand andProperty Propertyclasses classes

Show ShowDate: Date:Saturday Saturday2222February February2020 2020 Entries EntriesClose: Close:Monday Monday2727January January2020 2020

CHIHUAHUA CHIHUAHUACLUB CLUBOF OFQLD QLD

Venue: Venue:Dogs DogsQueensland QueenslandSports SportsGrounds, Grounds, 247 247King KingAve, Ave,Durack DurackQLD QLD 1 1CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIPSHOW SHOWAND AND1 1OPEN OPENSHOW SHOW Classes: Classes: 1(1a),2(2a), 1(1a),2(2a),3(3a), 3(3a),4(4a), 4(4a),5(5a), 5(5a), 10(10a),11(11a), 10(10a),11(11a),12(12a), 12(12a),Brace, Brace, 18(18a) 18(18a) Entry EntryFees: Fees: Champ Champ$12.00 $12.00Open Open$3.00 $3.00 Catalogues Catalogues$2.50 $2.50(Covers (Coversboth both shows) shows)order orderand andpay payfor forwith with entries entries Entries Entriesto: to: Chihuahua ChihuahuaClub ClubofofQld, Qld,PO POBox Box3373, 3373, Mt MtOmmaney OmmaneyQLD QLD4074 4074 Online Online www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au Entries: Entries: Enquiries: Enquiries: Jennifer JenniferPh: Ph:0418153115 0418153115

Open OpenShow Showstarts startsatat9.00AM 9.00AMwith withLong LongCoats Coats Mrs MrsL LCassidy Cassidy(QLD) (QLD) Breed Breedclasses classesand and General GeneralSpecials Specials Championship ChampionshipShow Showstarts startswith withLong LongCoats Coatsatat the thecompletion completionofofthe theOpen OpenShow Show not notbefore before10.00AM 10.00AM Mrs MrsR RLane Lane(QLD) (QLD) Breed Breedclasses classesand and General GeneralSpecials Specials


Show ShowDate: Date:Saturday Saturday2222February February2020 2020

Entries Entries Close: Close: Saturday Saturday 1 February 1 February 2020 2020 QUEENSLAND QUEENSLAND SIGHTHOUND SIGHTHOUND ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATION INC INC

Venue: Venue: Dogs Dogs Queensland Queensland Sports Sports Grounds, Grounds, 247 247 King King Ave, Ave, Durack Durack QLD QLD Classes: Classes: 1(1a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 18(18a) Entry Entry Fees: Fees: $6.00 $6.00 Sweepstakes Sweepstakes $5.00 $5.00 Catalogues Catalogues $3.00 $3.00 Entries Entries to:to: QSA, QSA, 1111 Avalon Avalon Close, Close, Bellbird Bellbird Park, Park, Qld Qld 4300 4300 Online Online Entries: Entries: www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au Enquiries: Enquiries: Julie: Julie: PhPh 0414605513 0414605513 Show Show Day Day Julie: Julie: PhPh 0414605513 0414605513 Contact: Contact: Judging Judging starts starts atat 4.00PM 4.00PM with with Sweepstakes Sweepstakes MsMs MM Lee Lee Sweepstakes Sweepstakes followed followed byby Whippets, Whippets, (QLD) (QLD) Italian Italian Greyhounds Greyhounds and and then then the the rest rest ofof the the breeds breeds in in alphabetical alphabetical order order Sweepstakes Sweepstakes classes classes Veterans Veterans (10 (10 years years and and over), over), Veterans Veterans (7(7 toto under under 1010 years) years) and and Brace Brace Proudly Proudly Sponsored Sponsored byby

Show ShowDate: Date:Saturday Saturday2222February February2020 2020 Entries EntriesClose: Close:Saturday Saturday1 1February February2020 2020 SPORTING SPORTINGTERRIER TERRIERCLUB CLUBOFOFQLD QLD

Venue: Venue: Dogs Dogs Queensland Queensland Sports Sports Grounds, Grounds, 247 247 King King Ave, Ave, Durack Durack QLD QLD Classes: Classes: 1(1a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 18(18a) Entry Entry Championship Championship Show Show $12.00 $12.00 Fees: Fees: Open Open Show Show $5.00 $5.00 Catalogues Catalogues $3.00 $3.00 (covers (covers both both shows) shows) Entries Entries to:to: Sporting Sporting Terrier Terrier Club Club ofof QLD, QLD, POPO Box Box 7878 Waterford Waterford Qld Qld 4133 4133 Online Online Entries: Entries: www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au Enquiries: Enquiries:

Gwen Gwen Ph: Ph: 0400826333 0400826333 OPEN OPEN SHOW SHOW Judging Judging starts starts atat 5.00PM 5.00PM breeds breeds and and General General Mrs Mrs MM Darragh Darragh (QLD) (QLD) AllAll Specials. Specials. CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW SHOW Judging Judging starts starts atat 6.00PM 6.00PM breeds breeds and and General General DrDr E Greenway E Greenway (VIC) (VIC) AllAll Specials. Specials.

Show Show Date: Date: Saturday Saturday 2222 February February 2020 2020 Entries Entries Close: Close: Saturday Saturday 8 February 8 February 2020 2020 THE THE BEAGLE BEAGLE CLUB CLUB OFOF QUEENSLAND QUEENSLAND INC INC Venue: Venue: Dogs Dogs Queensland Queensland Sports Sports Grounds, Grounds, 247 247 King King Ave, Ave, Durack Durack QLD QLD OPEN OPEN SHOW SHOW Classes: Classes: 1(1a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 18(18a) Sweepstakes: Sweepstakes: Veteran Veteran 7 years 7 years and and over over Property Property Best Best Headed Headed Dog, Dog, Best Best Headed Headed Bitch, Bitch, Classes: Classes: Best Best Gaited Gaited Entry Entry $8.00, $8.00, Veteran Veteran Sweepstakes Sweepstakes $5.00 $5.00 Fees: Fees: Property classes $5.00, Catalogues $3.00 Property classes $5.00, Catalogues $3.00 Entries Entries The The Beagle Beagle Club Club ofof Qld Qld Inc, Inc, to:to: 8 Forestgum 8 Forestgum Grove, Grove, Regents Regents Park Park QLD QLD 4118 4118 Online Online Entries: Entries: www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au Enquiries: Enquiries:

Colleen Colleen Ph:Ph: 0448385983 0448385983

Judging Judging starts starts atat 6.00PM 6.00PM with with Veteran Veteran Sweepstakes Sweepstakes MrMr J Whitehead J Whitehead AllAll Breed Breed Classes, Classes, Sweepstakes Sweepstakes (QLD) (QLD) and and Property Property classes classes Proudly Proudly Sponsored Sponsored byby The The Club Club invites invites allall exhibitors exhibitors and and spectators spectators toto light light refreshments && Trophy Presentation at at thethe completion of of refreshments Trophy Presentation completion thethe show. Please bring a plate toto share show. Please bring a plate share

Show Show Date: Date: Saturday Saturday 2222 February February 2020 2020 Entries Entries Close: Close: Saturday Saturday 8 February 8 February 2020 2020

ROTTWEILER ROTTWEILER CLUB CLUB OFOF QLD QLD Venue: Venue: Dogs Dogs Queensland Queensland Sportsgrounds, Sportsgrounds, 247 247 King King Ave, Ave, Durack Durack QLD QLD

2 OPEN 2 OPEN SHOWS SHOWS Classes: Classes:

1(1a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 11(11a), 12(12a) 12(12a)

Entry Fees: Baby Puppies $5.00 Entry Fees: $10.00 $10.00 Baby Puppies $5.00 Catalogues $3.00 Catalogues $3.00 Entries to:to: Rottweiler Club ofof Qld, POPO Box 872, Entries Rottweiler Club Qld, Box 872, Beenleigh QLD 4207 Beenleigh QLD 4207 Online Online Entries: Entries:

www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au

Enquiries: Enquiries: Heidi Heidi Ph:Ph: 0422285255 0422285255 Open Open Show Show 1 starts 1 starts atat 5.00PM 5.00PM (Depending weather) (Depending onon weather) MrMr L Wright L Wright Breed Breed classes classes and and General General Specials Specials (Qld) (Qld) Open Open Show Show 2 starts 2 starts atat the the completion completion ofof Open Open Show Show 1 not 1 not before before 6.30PM 6.30PM MrMr GG Wilshier Wilshier Breed Breed classes classes and and General General Specials Specials (QLD) (QLD) DOG WORLD December 2019

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Show Date: Saturday February 2020 Show Date: Saturday 22 February 2020 Show Date: Saturday 2222 February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 11February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 1 February 2020 WHIPPET CLUB QUEENSLAND WHIPPET CLUB OF QUEENSLAND WHIPPET CLUB OFOF QUEENSLAND

Venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave, Venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave, Venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave, Durack QLD Durack QLD Durack QLD Classes: Classes: Classes:

22OPEN SHOWS OPEN SHOWS 2 OPEN SHOWS

1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 11(11a), 18(18a) 11(11a), 18(18a) Sweepstakes: Veteran Sweepstakes: Veteran Veteran Sweepstakes: Property Best Dog Head, Best Bitch Head, Property Best Dog Head, Best Bitch Head, Property Best Dog Head, Best Bitch Head, Classes: Best Gait Classes: Best Gait Classes: Best Gait Entry $6.00, Catalogues $3.00 Entry $6.00, Catalogues $3.00 Entry $6.00, Catalogues $3.00 Fees: Sweepstakes and Property Classes: $2.00 Fees: Sweepstakes Property Classes: $2.00 Fees: Sweepstakes andand Property Classes: $2.00 Entries to: Whippet Club of Qld, PO Box 78, Entries Whippet Club of Qld, Entries to: to: Whippet Club of Qld, PO PO BoxBox 78, 78, Waterford QLD 4133 Waterford QLD 4133 Waterford QLD 4133 www.showmanager.com.au Online Entries: www.showmanager.com.au Online Entries: www.showmanager.com.au Online Entries: Enquiries: Enquiries: Enquiries:

Ainslie 0409892248 Ainslie Ph: 0409892248 Ainslie Ph:Ph: 0409892248 Open Show Open Show Open Show 1 11 Judging starts at 5.00PM with Veteran Sweepstakes Judging starts at 5.00PM with Veteran Sweepstakes Judging starts at 5.00PM with Veteran Sweepstakes (QLD) Veteran Sweepstakes, Ms MAttridge Attridge (QLD) Veteran Veteran Sweepstakes, MsMs MM Attridge (QLD) Sweepstakes, Specials Breed classes, General Breed classes, General Specials Specials Breed classes, General and Property Classes and Property Classes and Property Classes Open Show Open Show Open Show 2 22 Judging starts with Veteran Sweepstakes Judging starts at7.00PM 7.00PM with Veteran Sweepstakes Judging starts at at 7.00PM with Veteran Sweepstakes Mrs J Watt (QLD) Veteran Sweepstakes, Mrs J Watt (QLD) Veteran Sweepstakes, Mrs J Watt (QLD) Veteran Sweepstakes, Breed classes, General Specials Breed classes, General Specials Breed classes, General Specials and Property Classes and Property Classes and Property Classes

THGSDCA TH THE NATIONAL THE 48TH GSDCA NATIONAL THE 4848 GSDCA NATIONAL GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG SHOW GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG SHOW &TRIAL TRIAL GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG SHOW && TRIAL

THMAY 2020 TH TH TH ,,16 15,THTH 16TH &17 17TH MAY 2020 1515 16 &TH& 17 MAY 2020 Bill Spilstead Canine Complex, 44 Luddenham Spilstead Canine Complex, Luddenham Rd, BillBill Spilstead Canine Complex, 44 44 Luddenham Rd,Rd, Orchard Hills NSW Orchard Hills NSW Orchard Hills NSW

JUDGES: JUDGES: JUDGES: CONFORMATION CONFORMATION CONFORMATION

Herr. Joachim Steigler (SV) Germany Herr. Joachim Steigler (SV) Germany Herr. Joachim Steigler (SV) Germany Bitches All SC Bitches AllAll SCSC Bitches Herr. Helmut Buss (SV) Germany Herr. Helmut Buss (SV) Germany Herr. Helmut Buss (SV) Germany Dogs LSC Bitches All SC Dogs &all all LSC Bitches AllAll SCSC Dogs && all LSC Bitches OBEDIENCE OBEDIENCE OBEDIENCE

Mrs. Vivianne Mannion, Qld Mrs. Vivianne Mannion, Qld Mrs. Vivianne Mannion, Qld Novice, CCD, Rally Master Novice, CCD, Rally Master Novice, CCD, Rally Master Mrs. Lynn Klecka, Mrs. Lynn Klecka, Vic Mrs. Lynn Klecka, VicVic Open, Rally A&B, Advanced A&B Open, Rally Exc A&B, Advanced A&B Open, Rally ExcExc A&B, Advanced A&B Mr. Kevin Speed, NSW Mr. Kevin Speed, NSW Mr. Kevin Speed, NSW Rally Novice UD &UDX, UDX, Rally Novice UDUD && UDX, Rally Novice

Entries Close: l7th April,2020 Entries Close: l7th April,2020 Entries Close: l7th April,2020 Fay Stokes, 23 Ariel Crescent, Cranebrook NSW 2749 Stokes, 23 Ariel Crescent, Cranebrook NSW 2749 FayFay Stokes, 23 Ariel Crescent, Cranebrook NSW 2749 0401019213 Ph: 0401019213 Ph:Ph: 0401019213 Schedules available GSDL Website --www.gsdl.info Schedules are available on GSDL Website www.gsdl.info Schedules areare available onon GSDL Website - www.gsdl.info

Show Date: Saturday February 2020 Show Date: Saturday 29 February 2020 Show Date: Saturday 2929 February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 8February February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 8 8February 2020 GUNDOG AND HEAVY BREEDS CLUB QLD GUNDOG AND HEAVY BREEDS CLUB OF QLD GUNDOG AND HEAVY BREEDS CLUB OFOF QLD

Venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave Durack QLD Venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave Durack QLD Venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave Durack QLD Classes: Classes: Classes: Entry Fees: Entry Fees: Entry Fees: Entries Entries to: Entries to:to: Online Entries: Online Entries: Online Entries: Enquiries: Enquiries: Enquiries:

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW AND OPEN SHOW CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW AND OPEN SHOW CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW AND OPEN SHOW

1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) 1(1a), 2(2a), 3(3a), 4(4a), 5(5a), 10(10a), 11(11a), 18(18a) $15.00, Catalogues $3.00 $15.00, Catalogues $3.00 $15.00, Catalogues $3.00 Gundog and Heavy Breeds Cub Box Waterford West QLD Gundog and Heavy Breeds Cub ofQld, Qld, PO Box 78, Waterford West QLD Gundog and Heavy Breeds Cub of of Qld, POPO Box 78,78, Waterford West QLD

www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au www.showmanager.com.au Ainslie 0409892248 Ainslie Ph: 0409892248 Ainslie Ph:Ph: 0409892248 Championship Show judging starts Championship Show judging starts at5.00PM 5.00PM Championship Show judging starts atat 5.00PM

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Trial Date: Saturday 1 February 2020 Trial Date: Saturday 1 February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday January 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 18 18 January 2020

REDLANDS DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB REDLANDS DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB Venue: Judy Holt Park, Venue: Judy Holt Park, Randall Bailey Rds, East Birkdale QLD CnrCnr Randall andand Bailey Rds, East Birkdale QLD

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Trial Date: Saturday February 2020 Trial Date: Saturday 15 15 February 2020 Entries Close: Monday 3 February 2020 Entries Close: Monday 3 February 2020

CABOOLTURE SPORTS DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB CABOOLTURE SPORTS DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB Venue: 34 Devine Court, Morayfield Venue: 34 Devine Court, Morayfield QLDQLD DOUBLE AGILITY AND JUMPERS TRIALS DOUBLE AGILITY AND JUMPERS TRIALS Entries Entries to: to:

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Trial Trial 1 1 Judging commences at 2.00PM Judging commences at 2.00PM with vetting at 1.30PM with vetting at 1.30PM D Sellwood (QLD) Agility Agility All Classes MrsMrs D Sellwood (QLD) – All– Classes M Waldon (QLD) Jumpers Jumpers All Classes MrsMrs M Waldon (QLD) – All– Classes Trial Trial 2 2 Judging commences before 4.30PM Judging commences notnot before 4.30PM M Waldon (QLD) Agility Agility All Classes MrsMrs M Waldon (QLD) – All– Classes D Sellwood (QLD) Jumpers Jumpers All Classes MrsMrs D Sellwood (QLD) – All– Classes

Trial Dates: Friday 7 February Trial Dates: Friday 7 February Saturday 8 February 2020 andand Saturday 8 February 2020

Entries Close: Monday 20 January 2020 Entries Close: Monday 20 January 2020

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Venue: Gould Adams Park, Kingston Kingston Venue: Gould Adams Park, Kingston Rd, Rd, Kingston QLDQLD

JUMPERS/ GAMES/ OBEDIENCE AND AGILITY TRIALS JUMPERS/ GAMES/ OBEDIENCE AND AGILITY TRIALS Entries Secretary, Kingston 4114 Entries to: to:TrialTrial Secretary, PO PO BoxBox 23, 23, Kingston QLDQLD 4114 Online Entries Preferred: www.k9entries.com/ankc Online Entries Preferred: www.k9entries.com/ankc Preferred Payment Direct Deposit 034-139 Preferred Payment Direct Deposit BSBBSB 034-139 Method: Acc No. 217971 Method: Acc No. 217971 Entry Fees: Entry Fees: $7.00, Catalogues $1.00 $7.00, Catalogues $1.00 Enquiries: Laura 0411634277 Enquiries: Laura Ph: Ph: 0411634277 Friday 7 February Jumpers Games Friday 7 February Jumpers andand Games Judging starts at 7.00PM with vetting at 6.00PM Judging starts at 7.00PM with vetting at 6.00PM M Anderson (QLD) Snooker Snooker MrsMrs M Anderson (QLD) K Deguet (QLD) Jumpers – JD, Ms Ms K Deguet (QLD) Jumpers – JD, JDXJDX andand JDMJDM Saturday 8 December Obedience, Agility Jumpers Saturday 8 December Obedience, Agility andand Jumpers Judging starts at 6.00PM vetting at 5.00PM Judging starts at 6.00PM withwith vetting at 5.00PM C Pethers (QLD) Novice MrsMrs C Pethers (QLD) Novice Mrs J Christensen (QLD) Mrs J Christensen (QLD) CCDCCD Mrs K Goebel (QLD) Open Mrs K Goebel (QLD) Open B Nobbs (QLD) Utility Mr Mr B Nobbs (QLD) Utility C Fisher (QLD) MrsMrs C Fisher (QLD) UDXUDX H Northover (QLD) Agility Agility All Classes MrsMrs H Northover (QLD) All Classes J Joyce (QLD) Jumpers All Classes Ms Ms J Joyce (QLD) Jumpers All Classes No late entries will be accepted No late entries will be accepted Classes and Judges may be altered as numbers require Classes and Judges may be altered as numbers require Date: Saturday 15 February 2020 TrialTrial Date: Saturday 15 February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 1 February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 1 February 2020 DANCES WITH DOGS CLUB DANCES WITH DOGS CLUB QLDQLD INCINC Venue: St Benedicts College, Mango Venue: St Benedicts College, Mango Hill Hill QLDQLD DANCES WITH DOGS DANCES WITH DOGS Entries Shannon, Palm Resort, Entries to: to: AnnAnn Shannon, VillaVilla 146,146, Palm LakeLake Resort, Fryar Eagleby 4207 272272 Fryar Rd, Rd, Eagleby QLDQLD 4207 Enquiries: AnnAnn 34897946 Enquiries: Ph: Ph: 34897946 Entry Fees: $10.00 $10.00 Rookies $5.00 Entry Fees: Rookies $5.00 Competition starts at TBA Competition starts at TBA Mrs M Field (QLD) All Classes Mrs M Field (QLD) All Classes B Murfet (QLD) All Classes All Classes MrsMrs B Murfet (QLD) T Telford (QLD) All Classes All Classes Mr Mr T Telford (QLD) Sponsored by Ann Indianajones Sponsored by Ann andand Indianajones

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Trial Date: Sunday February 2020 Trial Date: Sunday 1616 February 2020 Entries Close: Friday 24 January 2020 Entries Close: Friday 24 January 2020

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Venue: Dogs Queensland Sportsgrounds, Durack Venue: Dogs Queensland Sportsgrounds, 247247 KingKing Ave,Ave, Durack QLDQLD

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Judging starts at 7.30AM with vetting between 6.00AM 7.00AM Judging starts at 7.30AM with vetting between 6.00AM andand 7.00AM B Murfet (QLD) All Classes MrsMrs B Murfet (QLD) All Classes C Pethers (QLD) All Classes MrsMrs C Pethers (QLD) All Classes M Field (QLD) All Classes MrsMrs M Field (QLD) All Classes M Rablin (QLD) All Classes MrsMrs M Rablin (QLD) All Classes L Blumel (QLD) All Classes Mr Mr L Blumel (QLD) All Classes V Mannion (QLD) All Classes MrsMrs V Mannion (QLD) All Classes Miss G Westmore (QLD) All Classes All Classes Miss G Westmore (QLD) Ring – 15M x 15M Grass - Competitors to supply own equipment Ring sizesize – 15M x 15M on on Grass - Competitors to supply own equipment Catering available Catering available on on thethe dayday

Trial Date: Saturday February 2020 Trial Date: Saturday 22 22 February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 8 February 2020 Entries Close: Saturday 8 February 2020 SUNSHINE COAST DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB SUNSHINE COAST DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB INCINC Venue: Ballinger Sports Complex, Ballinger Venue: Ballinger Sports Complex, Ballinger Rd,Rd, Buderim QLD Buderim QLD

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Trial Date: Saturday 29 February 2020 Trial Date: Saturday 29 February 2020 Entries Close: Monday 10 February 2020 Entries Close: Monday 10 February 2020 METROPOLITAN DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB METROPOLITAN DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB INCINC Venue: Marchant Park, Chermside Venue: Marchant Park, Chermside QLDQLD OBEDIENCE TRIAL OBEDIENCE TRIAL Entries Entries to: to:

Trial Secretary, Trial Secretary, PO PO BoxBox 337,337, Zillmere QLD 4034 Zillmere QLD 4034

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Signs your dog iS getting old Royal Canin

Ageing is a natural, complex process that may impact the body’s ability to maintain several metabolic processes. There are a number of signs to be aware of when identifying whether a dog is a senior. The ageing process in dogs is a gradual one that can sometimes go unnoticed by their owners. There are a number of signs to be aware of when identifying whether a dog is a senior, as well as a number of changes that ageing dogs experience as they grow older.

Ageing dogs

Ageing is a natural, complex biological process that may impact the body’s ability to maintain several metabolic processes and increases its susceptibility to disease. As inevitable as it is, there are ways to slow down the process or at least avoid speeding it up. The main thing is to prevent or delay the onset of disease where possible, identify it at the earliest

opportunity if it does strike and treat it vigorously to preserve the dog’s health as long as possible. Preventative medicine is the favoured approach.

When is a dog considered old?

Age is a number not a condition. Maturity and old age are arbitrary concepts defined on the basis of life expectancy. A dog is regarded as mature when it reaches the mid-way point of its expected lifespan and it is old when it has three quarters of its expected lifespan behind it. Of course, dogs of different sizes do not age in the same way or at the same rate. Small breeds have a longer life expectancy than large breeds, so a small dog will age more slowly.

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Conversely, large dogs take longer to grow to adulthood and age faster. That clearly means that they do not have the same needs.

Consequences of ageing for the body

Ageing is a natural process that affects the entire body. No organ system is spared. That said, individual susceptibility or the predisposition of an organ will contribute to the development of a disease. The main thing is to understand the ageing process to slow down its effects.

Fat deposits increase

Dogs tend to put on weight as they grow older. The animal builds up its fat deposits at the expense of muscle mass. When a lot of muscle mass is lost, the animal’s mobility will be affected, leading it to expend less energy. As a result, the dog puts on more weight, loses more muscle mass, and so on. This makes it vital to monitor the animal’s body condition so that it is prevented from putting on weight and losing muscle mass. It is also essential to treat any pain the dog may have that might prevent it from exercising.

Dental problems

Build up of plaque causes gum inflammation and infections (periodontal disease), which can lead to the teeth falling out. These gum problems mean the dog finds eating more difficult because chewing is painful. As well as the unpleasant bad breath this produces, the rapid increase of bacteria that spread in the body can cause damage to other organs. The immune system is permanently working overtime, which puts a great strain on the body, making it more susceptible to infection. Dental hygiene is essential throughout the dog’s life, but especially so in ageing dogs. Ensuring your dog is used to teeth brushing as a puppy is a preventive measure that will help to preserve the quality and health of its teeth for the whole of its life. Diet has an important role to play here. The formulation and even the physical characteristics of kibbles – size, shape, hardness – can help to slow down the build up of dental plaque.

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Slower digestive transit

Digestive transit slows down in older dogs. This is linked to reduced muscle tone in the intestine and a drop in secretion of digestive acids that help to break down food. This exposes the dog to constipation often followed by diarrhoea. These problems can be controlled with an adapted diet. Just like the rest of the body, the intestine starts to work less efficiently. Its digestive performance is reduced a little, it absorbs nutrients in lower quantities and it takes more time to adapt to a change of diet. A high-quality, easily digestible food minimises these effects.

Immune system and senses

Ageing also brings a reduction in immune protection, meaning ageing dogs are more susceptible to infection and disease. Along with this, dogs experience a loss of sight and smell which may result in a reduced appetite.

around less, is less attentive or too quiet should be examined by a veterinarian. It is essential that the inevitable effects of ageing are not confused with a disability due to organ impairment. With proper care and a diet tailored to their unique needs, ageing dogs can continue to live a happy, healthy life. If you are ever unsure on how to feed and care for your ageing dog’s changing needs, it is best to consult a vet.

It is important to make sure the dog remains active even as it grows older. An animal that moves

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Heat Stroke

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Heat stroke is a life-threatening condition all Australian dog owners should know about. Heatstroke is a state of hyperthermia (dangerously high body temperature), a condition in which the body loses the ability to cool down after being exposed to extreme heat.

Prevention

Dogs eliminate heat by panting and by way of sweat glands in their paw pads, however once a dog is unable to self-regulate, their temperature rises, and their life is threatened.

Some ideas to think about: • Have multiple water bowls in place in case a bowl is tipped over; • Ensure your backyard has shade available regardless of the time of day; • Consider a paddling pool like those half shell pools; • Give your dog electrolytes as directed on the packaging or recommended by your Vet; and • Leave your dog inside with the fan or air conditioner running at 23/24ºC Refer also to November issue of Dog World – Royal Canin article, ‘Keeping your dog cool in summer’.

Causes of Heat Stroke Exertional / Environmental • Hot weather, especially humid environments; • Leaving a dog in a hot car; • Dog left outside without shade or water; • Excessive exercise/activity on hot days; • Walking on hot roads; • Inside rooms without cooling systems; and • Lack of acclimatisation to hot environments. Biological / Medical • Obesity; • Large breeds greater than 15kg body weight, e.g. Labradors, Retrievers, Bull dogs; • Poor physical fitness; • Exaggerated physical features; Brachycephalic breeds (flat faced), Bull dogs, Pugs; short limbs; excessive skin wrinkling; • Medical conditions: respiratory; general illness; seizures; dehydration; and • Puppies / Elderly Dogs

Being aware of what causes heat stroke, provides you with the necessary guidance on how to prevent it.

Complications A dog who suffers heat stroke is at risk of many lifelong health conditions, such as, but not limited to, damage to their: • Kidneys; • Lungs; • Muscles; • Brain and • Heart. In the immediate, however, if heat stroke is not managed urgently a dog may face multiple organ failure followed by death.

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Learning how to manage this condition will improve your dog’s chances of survival and continued wellbeing.

Signs & Symptoms Some of the signs and symptoms which your dog may begin to display are: • Dog will begin to pant excessively • Paws will be hot to the touch • Excessive drooling • May have become agitated and aggressive • Experiencing anxiety, distress and disorientation • Vomiting • Gums appear dark red, dry and tacky to the touch • Rapid heart rate: • Puppy and Small dog over 160bpm • Medium and Large dog over 100bpm • Rectal temperature over 39.2 °C • Collapse If not treated immediately, dog will go into cardiac arrest.

Action 1. Undertake Primary Assessment DRSABC a. Check for Dangers – a danger may be that the dog has become aggressive (warning: never put a muzzle on a dog who has breathing difficulties) b. Is your dog responding to your voice or your touch? If not your dog may be unconscious c. Send for help; if there is someone else in the house get them to do things like get the heat stress or first aid kit, help carry dog into house, prepare the car and call the Vet. They may also be able to help you restrain your dog d. Check the airway for vomit in the mouth, remove if there is e. Check the breathing (respirations) feel / watch the rise and fall of the chest – start artificial respiration if not breathing f. Check circulation (pulse) – start CPR if no pulse

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2. Calm your dog; talk in a soothing way 3. Move your dog into the shade or indoors 4. Check dogs temperature – normal temperature is between 38.5°C and 39.2°C: use a lubricated rectal thermometer inserted into dog’s rectum up to 2.5cm for up to 1 minute (or until result registers); record temperature for vet 5. If your dog’s temperature is above normal, you must get your dog’s temperature down immediately; run cool (NOT ICE COLD) water over your dog’s entire body; place a towel or sheet over the dog and wet while on the dog to help with the cooling process 6. Make sure you have airflow over the dog; use a fan or air-conditioner 7. Monitor temperature every 5 minutes Warning: do not over-cool your dog as you risk hypothermia. Cease cooling at 39.2 °C. 8. Treat for shock, elevate dogs rear end, even whilst in the car, keep warm, monitor breathing and heart rate 9. Offer your dog a bowl of water to drink 10. Get to vet If you have a driver: 11. Continue the cooling process if dog’s temperature is still high; use a spray bottle of water or keep wet sheet or towel on the pet 12. If your dog stops breathing, begin artificial respiration on the way to the vet surgery 13. If your dog’s heart stops beating, begin CPR on the way to the vets.

Reference Pathophysiology of heat stroke in Dogs (2017 Bruchim Y, Horowitz M, Aroch I) Canine Emergency First Aid Guide


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PRESS RELEASE – LABRADOR RETRIEVER SURVEY RESULTS A survey was conducted by ANKC Ltd earlier this year to ascertain the feedback from all owners of registered Labrador Retrievers in relation to the Minimum Breeding Age for Labrador bitches being 18 months at the time of mating (unless a veterinary certificate is produced stating that for health reasons the bitch should be mated before 18 months). The response received indicated support. As this was an amendment to current regulations, the result of the survey was referred to the ANKC Board of Directors for consideration at their October 2019 Special Board meeting where it was endorsed. As a consequence the following new clause will be added to Regulations Part 6 – The Register & Registration which will be effective from 1 January, 2020: 8.12.2 The Minimum Breeding Age for Labrador Retriever bitches must be 18 months at the time of mating (unless a veterinary certificate is produced stating that for health reasons the bitch should be mated before 18 months). Breeders of litters whelped on or after 1st June, 2020, will be required to comply with the requirements as a prerequisite to registration of any litter on the ANKC Ltd Main Register. Litters which do not meet the above requirements will only be able to be placed on the Limited Register and will be flagged not to be upgraded. Tracey Barry Administrator 12 November 2019

EXPANDED RANGE AT DQ SHOP Dogs Queensland is excited to announce the DQ Shop has expanded the number of products it stocks to include ranges specific for breeding bitches, puppies and now adult dogs. The following Royal Canin lines are currently in stock. • Ht42D Small Breed 8kg • Ht42D Large Breed 17kg • Mini Starter 8.5kg • Medium Starter 16kg • Maxi Starter 15kg • Starter Mousse 12 x 195g

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Affiliated Clubs and Services BREED & GROUP CLUBS American Staffordshire Terrier Club of Qld Inc Mrs M Gordon PO Box 908 Jimboomba QLD 4280 0403 742 555 secretary@astcq.com Australian Shepherd Club of Qld Mr G Braithwaite 24 Homebush Crt Joyner QLD 4500 (07) 3882 2130 brishetaussies@bigpond.com Australian Terrier Club of Qld Mrs L Roebig 34 Gareel St Jindalee QLD 4074 0419 791 464 ringyspaniel@hotmail.com Basenji Breed Network Qld Ms E Blair PO Box 1060 Spring Hill QLD 4004 (07) 3217 5943 basenjinetworkqld@gmail.com Basset Hound Club of Qld Ms M McGinn PO Box 14 Samford QLD 4520 (07) 3289 4033 / 0416 213 253 michelle.mcginn@gmail.com Beagle Club of Qld Mrs T McNicol PO Box 3107 West Ipswich QLD 4305 0422 158 879 secretary@beagleclubqld.org Belgian Shepherd Dog Club of Qld Inc Mrs A Nagle PO Box 185 Burpengary QLD 4505 0409 092 511 secretary@bsdcq.com Border Collie Club of Qld Inc Mrs S Everist 40 Cabernet Crt Morayfield QLD 4506 (07) 5497 8995 / 0407 136 139 sally@everist.net Borzoi Club of Qld Inc Mrs M Davis 9 Vied Rd Pallara QLD 4110 (07) 3372 4657 russkimir@dodo.com.au Bullmastiff Club of Qld Mrs V Yates PO Box 943 Park Ridge QLD 4125 (07) 5546 3712 bmcsecqld1@hotmail.com Bull Terrier Club of Qld Inc Ms P Spirling PO Box 35 Browns Plains BC QLD 4118 0438 381 610 qldbullterrierclub@gmail.com Cattle Dog & Kelpie Club of Qld Inc Ms S Madsen 50 Ingram Road Jimboomba QLD 4280 0437 771 885 maddosgirl2010@hotmail.com Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club (Qld) Ms E McCutcheon PO Box 1101 Wynnum QLD 4178 (07) 3893 0847 / 0448 810 847 elisa_mccutcheon@bigpond.com

Central Qld Toy Dog Club Mrs J Sweeney 1 Hicks Cl Gracemere QLD 4702 (07) 4933 3399 / 0407 138 860 tracjobea@hotmail.com Chihuahua Club of Qld Mrs J Watt 9 Clifton Cres Durack QLD 4077 (07) 3372 3654 / 0418 153 115 wachowa@ozemail.com.au Chinese Crested Dog Club of Qld Mrs S Tynan 17341 New England Hwy Allora QLD 4362 (07) 4666 2157 antrimstud@dodo.com.au Cocker Spaniel Club of Qld Inc Mrs J Newbold 5 Herberton Crt Deception Bay QLD 4508 0412 788 524 cscqldinc@gmail.com Collie Rough and Smooth Club of Qld Inc Miss B West PO Box 187 Clayfield QLD 4011 0412 538 304 c.lowther@outlook.com.au Dachshund Club of Qld Mrs J Cross 79 Danyenah St Loganholme QLD 4129 (07) 3209 7321 dakleydachshunds@yahoo.com.au Dalmatian Association of Qld Inc Mrs N McIntyre PO Box 651 Jimboomba QLD 4280 0409 634 127 daqsec@outlook.com Dobermann Club of Qld Inc Mr Kevin Zimmerle 2 Colne St Kuraby QLD 4112 0439 799 944 secretary@dobeclubqld.com.au English Springer Spaniel Assoc of Qld Inc Miss C Williams 8 Primrose Pl Regency Downs QLD 4341 0403 240 296 cathatina63@outlook.com Fox Terrier Club of Qld Mrs J Cantlon 1166 River Rd Ferney QLD 4650 (07) 4129 7166 waitapu11@gmail.com French Bulldog Club of Qld Mrs K McClelland PO Box 729 Oxenford QLD 4210 0411 032 517 secretaryfbcqld@gmail.com German Shepherd Dog Club Qld Inc Mrs A Tamblyn 17 Cecile St Balmoral QLD 4171 (07) 3899 5213 / 0418 709 238 secretary@gsdcqld.org.au Golden Retriever Club of Qld Inc Mrs K Vowell 44 Kriedeman Rd Upper Coomera QLD 4210 0423 320 020 karen.vowell@bigpond.com

The Great Dane Society of Qld Inc Mrs S Gough 244 Mona Dr Jimboomba QLD 4280 0429 466 375 gdsqinc@gmail.com Griffon Club of Qld Ms N Lawrence PO Box 354 Samford QLD 4520 0458 116 833 griffonclubofqld@gmail.com Hound Club of Qld Mrs C McGreevy 206 Norris Rd Bracken Ridge QLD 4017 (07) 3261 1947 mcgreevybayan@smartchat.net.au Irish Wolfhound Club of Qld Mr C Gorman 17 Essex Crt Bellbird Park QLD 4300 0400 144 524 iwcqld@gmail.com Labrador Retriever Club of Qld Inc Mrs S Luchterhand 196 Mona Dr Jimboomba QLD 4280 (07) 5546 0772 lrcqinc@gmail.com Old English Sheepdog Club of Qld Mr R Schnaars 37 Derribong Cl Karana Downs QLD 4306 (07) 3201 0952 / 0408 730 485 ottaba@bigpond.net.au Original Australian Dog Breeds Club of Qld (The) Mrs J Hafey 67 Hives Road North Maclean QLD 4280 0419 114 394 jodyhafey@gmail.com Poodle Club of Queensland Inc Ms P Morgan PO Box 171 Aspley QLD 4034 0414 501 707 qpcsecretary@yahoo.com.au Qld Afghan Hound Association Ms J Anderson 1 Hillcrest St Wellington Point QLD 4160 0428 800 410 ohsoposh8@gmail.com Qld Boston Terrier Club Mrs K McConnell 9 Archer Crt Karalee QLD 4306 0411 955 501 bostonmac@bigpond.com Qld Boxer Club Mrs S Tassan 4 Louttit Crt Gowrie Mountain QLD 4350 0407 033 560 phoenway_kennels@bigpond.com Qld Bulldog Club Ms T Cumner 550 Wilson Rd Tanawha QLD 4556 0478 612 283 qldbulldogclub@gmail.com Queensland Gundog Association Mr A Adams c/- 4 Skua St Inala QLD 4077 (07) 3278 8001 qldgundog@gmail.com

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Affiliated Clubs and Services Qld Sighthound Association Mrs J David 11 Avalon Cl Bellbird Park QLD 4300 0414 605 513 qsa.enquiry@hotmail.com Rhodesian Ridgeback Club of Qld Inc Mrs G Melksham 30-32 Kamala Crt Cedar Vale QLD 4285 0418 984 605 info@rrcq.org Rottweiler Club of Qld Inc Mrs D Carter PO Box 872 Beenleigh QLD 4207 0452 228 709 rcqld@yahoo.com.au Saint Bernard Club of Qld Inc Mr R Loring c/- 413 Karrabin-Rosewood Rd Walloon QLD 4306 0400 109 006 ryanloring85@gmail.com Setter Club of Qld Mrs C Gorey PO Box 3123 North Mackay QLD 4740 0438 598 597 setterclubqld@bigpond.com Shetland Sheepdog Club of Qld Inc Mrs L Roebig 34 Gareel St Jindalee QLD 4074 0419 791 464 ringyspaniel@hotmail.com Sporting Spaniel Club of Qld Miss S Phillips PO Box 1393 Sunnybank Hills QLD 4109 0407 119 068 laronaess@bigpond.com Sporting Terrier Club of Qld Miss S Kellie PO Box 60 Marburg QLD 4346 0402 510 250 hewinson@gmail.com Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club of Qld Miss J Akers PO Box 60 Marburg QLD 4346 (07) 5426 8557 / 0422 938 507 clubsecretary@sbtcq.net Tenterfield Terrier Club of Qld Inc Mrs M Holt PO Box 43 Beerwah QLD 4519 (07) 5494 9993 dimah@bigpond.com Tibetan Spaniel Club of Qld Mrs V Schneider 24-44 Mountain Ridge Rd South MacLean QLD 4280 0407 115 674 tanoshii@tanoshiikennels.com Toy Dog Club of Qld Ms D Davies 358 Sugarloaf Rd Mt Forbes QLD 4340 (07) 5464 6206 / 0466 962 061 lizbiz@internode.on.net Welsh Corgi Club of Qld Mrs M Broughton 438 Forbes Rd Mt Forbes QLD 4340 (07) 5464 2181 butchee@tpg.com.au

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West Highland White Terrier Club of Qld Mrs M Cunningham 141 Peppertree Dr Jimboomba QLD 4280 (07) 5548 6744 / 0418 572 579 westhighlandqld@gmail.com Whippet Club of Queensland Mrs S Townsend 162 Andrew Rd Greenbank QLD 4124 0402 602 888 whippetclubqld@gmail.com Working Dog Club of Queensland Mrs B Wheatley 16 Merchant Crt Springwood QLD 4127 07 3208 7190/ 0419 782 492 bev.lyn.wheatley@gmail.com

SOUTHERN ZONE 1 Allora Kennel Club Ms K Lewis 11 Pratten St Warwick QLD 4370 (07) 4667 1590 octaviaepugs@gmail.com Beaudesert Kennel Club Mrs V Schneider 24-44 Mountain Ridge Rd South Maclean QLD 4280 0407 115 674 tanoshii@tanoshiikennels.com Beenleigh & District Kennel Club Mrs K McConnell 9 Archer Crt Karalee QLD 4306 0411 955 501 bostonmac@bigpond.com Brisbane Valley Kennel Club Mrs C Holman 204 Wyatts Rod Rifle Range QLD 4311 0430 940 063 borolo1@bigpond.com Burnett Kennel Club Mrs A Morgan 16 Wilsons Rd Windera QLD 4605 0427 686 121 burnettkennelclubwondai@gmail.com Caboolture Kennel Club Miss V Wyness 49 Timbergrove Rd Elimbah QLD 4516 0404 037 095 vickiwyness@bigpond.com Darling Downs Kennel Club Miss R Green 9471 New England Hwy Geham QLD 4352 (07) 4696 6216 / 0410 651 756 ridgebacks@chilolo.net.au Gold Coast Canine Club Mrs A Proudfoot 9 Pademelon Pass Nerang QLD 4211 0405 060 550 icanhazdogs@gmail.com Gundog & Heavy Breeds Club of Qld Miss A Carius 7 Flametree Cres Carindale QLD 4152 (07) 3420 0661 ainsliecarius@icloud.com Gympie & District Kennel Club Miss K Maguire PO Box 574 Gympie Qld 4570 (07) 5482 8874 / 0431 646 686 maceltic@gmail.com

Ipswich Kennel Club Ms P Johansen 63 Hornbuckles Rd West Grandchester QLD 4340 (07) 5465 5351 / 0406 538 003 ikc@ozemail.com.au Junior Kennel Club of Qld Mr M Watt 9 Clifton Cres Durack QLD 4077 (07) 3372 3654 michael.watt13@gmail.com Kennel Association of Qld Mrs J Wilshier 6 Daintree Pl Riverhills QLD 4074 (07) 3279 7339 / 0417 799 115 cavlamour@bigpond.com Ladies Kennel Association of Qld Mrs U Greenwood 49 Leatherwood Pl Brookfield QLD 4069 (07) 3374 4122 / 0488 742 333 ulla@leatherwoodlodge.com Lockyer Valley Kennel Club Mrs K Knight PO Box 50 Lowood QLD 4311 0407 621 726 sibes2@hotmail.com Maree Kennel Club Mrs J Ireland 25 Buttler St Bellbird Park QLD 4300 (07) 3814 3069 graedon33@hotmail.com Nanango Kennel Club Mrs V Mannion PO Box 533 Nanango QLD 4615 0417 004 031 nanangokennelclub@gmail.com Northern Classic Kennel Club Mr A Eales 14 Kitching St Chapel Hill QLD 4069 0417 750 544 anthonyjeales@gmail.com Pine Rivers Kennel Club Mrs J Glover PO Box 453 Caboolture QLD 4510 0419 663 942 judy@fjweis.com Qld Kennel Council Mrs U Greenwood 49 Leatherwood Pl Brookfield QLD 4069 (07) 3374 4122 / 0488 742 333 ulla@leatherwoodlodge.com Redcliffe Peninsula Kennel Club Ms L Horne 40 Whiteside Rd Whiteside QLD 4503 (07) 3285 5503 / 0418 783 823 liane@lowenhart.net Sunshine Coast Kennel Club Mrs H Weil 53 Evans Grove Rd Glenview QLD 4553 (07) 5494 7496 hweil1@bigpond.com Waterloo Bay Kennel Club Mr D McAllister PO Box 2443 Keperra QLD 4054 0439 397 884 dapmac@bigpond.net.au


Affiliated Clubs and Services Western Suburbs Kennel Club Mrs G Hovey-Jacobs 10 Cliff Tce Macleay Island QLD 4184 (07) 3409 4705 / 040 826 333 dandydogs3@gmail.com

CENTRAL ZONE 2 Bundaberg Canine Club Inc Mrs M Norton PO Box 7370 North Bundaberg QLD 4670 (07) 4157 8338 / 0437 578 338 bundabergcanineclub@outlook.com Callide Valley Obedience & Kennel Club Mrs S Cook 246 Mount Crosby Rd Chuwar QLD 4306 0417 628 400 glenlion@glenlion.com Capricorn Coast Kennel Club Mrs K Schroeder PO Box 8243 Allenstown QLD 4700 (07) 4939 7329 oomachuk@hotmail.com Gladstone Kennel Club Inc Ms M McFadzen PO Box 7245 Gladstone QLD 4680 0439 431 239 gkc@live.com.au Hervey Bay Kennel Club Mrs B Mangin 57 Kehls Rd Avondale QLD 4670 (07) 4157 8098 / 0429 478 211 herveybaykennelclub@gmail.com Isis & District Canine Club Mrs B Mangin 57 Kehls Rd Avondale QLD 4670 (07) 4157 8098 / 0429 478 211 isis.dist.cci@gmail.com Mackay Kennel Club Miss K Volker PO Box 7156 Mackay MC QLD 4741 0437 849 184 secretary@mackaydogobedience.com Maryborough Kennel Club Inc Mrs L McLaughlin PO Box 402 Maryborough QLD 4650 0408 896 260 lizamcl.31@gmail.com Mount Morgan & Bouldercombe Kennel Club Mr J Whitehead PO Box 8243 Allenstown QLD 4700 0407 620 971 j.n.whitehead@bigpond.com Rockhampton Kennel Club Inc Mrs J Scott PO Box 8593 Allenstown QLD 4700 (07) 4939 7698 calstonia2@bigpond.com.au Sarina Kennel Club Mrs C Donaldson PO Box 742 Sarina QLD 4737 0407 150 815 candrdonaldson@bigpond.com The Pioneer Valley Kennel Club Miss L McCrindle 38 Langdon-Lumburra Rd Mirani QLD 4754 (07) 4959 1353 aslanwhippets@hotmail.com

NORTHERN ZONE 3 Atherton Tableland Kennel Club Mrs T Greig PO Box 555 Atherton QLD 4883 0406 582 653 athertontkc@gmail.com Bowen Kennel Club Mrs L Bryson Po Box 915 Bowen QLD 4805 0400 938 524 design@dognewsaustralia.com.au Cairns City Kennel Club Inc Mrs K Frame PO Box 252 Cairns QLD 4870 (07) 4055 6720 kell55@bigpond.com Charters Towers Kennel Club Mrs T Hill PO Box 1980 Charters Towers QLD 4820 0466 245 758 darchaltan@yahoo.com.au Cloncurry & District Canine Club Ms F Rae 18 Alice St Cloncurry QLD 4824 0427 958 426 cdcclub@outlook.com.au Ingham Kennel & Obedience Club Inc Mrs R Horton PO Box 776 Ingham QLD 4850 0417 611 085 rhonmor@hotmail.com Innisfail Kennel Club Mrs M Adkins 332 Boonmoo Rd Dimbulah QLD 4872 (07) 4093 5304 dimbulahpostshop@bigpond.com Mareeba & District Kennel Club Mrs B Houston 1 Outlook Cres Kuranda QLD 4872 (07) 4093 7488 / 0400 440 186 houston0@westnet.com.au Proserpine Kennel Club Inc Mrs D Appleby PO Box 232 Koumala QLD 4738 (07) 4950 3934 jacqui.connolly@bigpond.com Thuringowa City Kennel Club Ms E Ryan PO Box 7738 Garbutt BC QLD 4814 0412 604 340 erin.ryan47@gmail.com Townsville Kennel Association Inc Mrs L Marsden PO Box 7738 Garbutt BC QLD 4814 0429 896 558 lcl72711@bigpond.net.au Tully & District Kennel Club Mrs F Vecchio PO Box 1290 Tully QLD 4854 0418 197 093 info@tullykennelclub.com.au

OBEDIENCE / AGILITY / TRACKING All Breeds Tracking Club Mrs K Barrass 150 Quail St Cedar Vale QLD 4285 (07) 5543 1885 barrassk@bigpond.com Caboolture Sports Dog Obedience Club Ms S Gibson PO Box 491 Morayfield QLD 4506 0404 052 519 / 0450 902 520 secretary@caboolturedogobedience.com.au Cairns City Kennel Club Inc (Obedience Section) Mrs J Wilkinson PO Box 252 Cairns QLD 4870 (07) 4055 4040 jeanw22@bigpond.com Canine Obedience Club of Townsville Ms J Forbes-Faulkner PO Box 991 Aitkenvale QLD 4814 0427 725 982 judyforf@bigpond.net.au Continental Herding Club Inc Mrs A Luck 9 Sundown Crt Narangba QLD 4504 0408 732 952 rodluck@bigpond.com Dances with Dogs Club Qld Miss G Westmore 13 Thallon Cl Wamuran QLD 4512 (07) 5496 6448 / 0488 999 683 dwdcq@live.com.au DogzCairns Inc Ms S Daniels O Box 644 Smithfield QLD 4878 0408 183 038 dogzcairns@hotmail.com Evergreen Tracking Dog Club Inc Mrs L Affleck 52 Macginley Rd Upper Caboolture QLD 4510 0419 862 773 mbmtavares.1@gmail.com Gladstone Dog Obedience Club Mrs C Hodgson PO Box 948 Gladstone QLD 4680 (07) 4978 1828 / 0407 584 733 gladstoneobedience@gmail.com Gold Coast Dog Obedience Training Club Inc Mr A Chapman PO Box 143 Southport QLD 4215 0419 743 658 gcdotc@yahoo.com.au Gympie Dog Obedience Club Inc Ms M Abrey PO Box 404 Gympie QLD 4570 0408 544 259 gympiedogobedienceclubinc@gmail.com Hervey Bay Dog Obedience & Agility Club Inc Ms K Wallace PO Box 365 Hervey Bay QLD 4655 0487 319 745 chetrienne@hotmail.com Ipswich Dog Obedience Club Ms T Ferguson 5 Coal St Basin Pocket QLD 4305 0411 433 866 ipswichdogobedienceclub@outlook.com

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Affiliated Clubs and Services Jimboomba Dog Training Club Ms S Chandler 1100 Chambers Flat Rd Chambers Flat QLD 4133 (07) 5546 3355 suzanne.chandler12@gmail.com Lockyer Valley Dog Training Club Inc Mrs A Williams PO Box 321 Laidley QLD 4341 (07) 5465 7450 / 0417 799 281 amalie_w@westnet.com.au Logan All Breeds Dog Obedience Club Inc Mrs E Rowan PO Box 23 Kingston QLD 4114 0405 069 335 labdocsecretary@bigpond.com Magpies Mackay & District Obedience Club Mrs K Nilson PO Box 135 Rural View QLD 4740 0437 849 184 secretary@mackaydogobedience.com Maryborough Dog Obedience Club Ms Z Matthews PO Box 3050 Maryborough QLD 4650 0447 647 152 zoe.matt@hotmail.com Metropolitan Dog Obedience Club Inc Mrs W Waller PO Box 337 Zillmere QLD 4034 (07) 3359 9901 metrodogclub@live.com.au Nanango Kennel Club Mrs V Mannion PO Box 533 Nanango QLD 4615 0417 004 031 garvyman@internode.on.net Obedience Dog Club of Brisbane Mrs H Knyn PO Box 1288 Oxley QLD 4075 (07) 3278 6147 / 0401 032 323 hknyn@avigate.com.au Obedience Dog Club of Bundaberg Mrs M Nelson PO Box 5417 Bundaberg West QLD 4670 (07) 4155 1617 meredithnelson1960@hotmail.com Pine Rivers Dog Training Club Inc Mrs D Lamprecht PO Box 272 Strathpine QLD 4500 (07) 3886 6452/0409 472 198 pineriversdoc@hotmail.com Qld Herding Association Mrs A Ross 10 Treecreeper Crt Elimbah QLD 4516 0417 625 951 nettles58@bigpond.com Redcliffe Dog Obedience Club Inc Mrs T Pronk PO Box 493 Redcliffe QLD 4020 0458 519 099 secretary@rdoc.com.au Redlands Dog Obedience Club Ms R Harrison PO Box 16 Capalaba QLD 4157 0400 149 787 secretary.redlandsdoc@gmail.com

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Rockhampton Dog Obedience Club Inc Ms S Bassett PO Box 5064 Red Hill QLD 4702 (07) 4939 6085 / 0419 717 619 sheena.bassett@bigpond.com Southside Dog Obedience Club Inc Mrs S Geraghty PO Box 2273 Runcorn QLD 4113 (07) 3345 1351 enquiries@southsidedogobedience.org Sunshine Coast Dog Obedience Club Inc Miss D Maudsley PO Box 702 Buderim QLD 4556 0413 037 103 dani.elle32@hotmail.com Tableland Dog Obedience Club Mrs K Shaban 44 Mabel St Atherton QLD 4883 (07) 4093 7848 quincey9@bigpond.com Toowoomba Dog Obedience Club Inc Mrs S McIntyre PO Box 3606VF Toowoomba QLD 4350 (07) 4633 2241 enquiries@dogstoowoomba.org.au

FIELD TRIAL Field & Retrieving Association for Gundogs Inc Mr G Dawson 67-69 Hawthorn Rd Burpengary QLD 4505 (07) 3886 6367 geoff.jan.dawson@bigpond.com.au Labrador Retriever Club of Qld Inc Mrs S Luchterhand 196 Mona Dr Jimboomba QLD 4280 (07) 5546 0772 tenarda55@gmail.com Wide Bay Working Gundog Club Mrs W Michalk 232 Barolin St Bundaberg QLD 4670 (07) 4152 2362 jagacey@hotmail.com

SOCIAL CLUBS – UNAFFILIATED CONFORMATION Alaskan Malamute & Siberian Husky Social Club (Qld) Inc Miss T Goodwin PO Box 1037 Gailes QLD 4300 (07) 3271 4465 (5pm-7pm only) secretary.amscq@gmail.com Bernese Mountain Dog Social Club of Qld Mrs A Gribbon 53 Allambie St Carina QLD 4152 (07) 3843 1407 / 0421 042 788 anne@raceengineering.com.au Saint Bernard Club of Qld Inc Mr R Loring c/- 413 Karrabin-Rosewood Rd Walloon QLD 4306 0400 109 006 ryanloring85@gmail.com

OBEDIENCE Warwick Dog Obedience Club Ms B McGregor PO Box 851 Warwick QLD 4370 (07) 4664 8050 warwickdogobedience@gmail.com

FIELD Qld Lure Coursing Association Inc Mrs S Burrows PO Box 366 Underwood QLD 4119 0405 791 646 rodburrows0@hotmail.com

BREED RESCUE SERVICES AFGHAN HOUND Mrs V Harris (07) 3216 2905 ANIMAL AMBULANCE/CRUELTY REPORTS 1300 852 188 AUSTRALIAN SILKY TERRIER Miss R Hunt 0400 246 987 rachnut@hotmail.com BASENJI Ms C Qualischefski 0429 979 326 / 0422 184 755 channieq@gmail.com BASENJI Ms C Benson 0468 364 031 carolsmail74@gmail.com BASENJI Ms E Blair (07) 3217 5943 ethel.blair@gmail.com BEAGLE Mrs D Souter 0418 742 941 rehome@beagleclubqld.org BELGIAN SHEPHERDS Ms A Camiller 0409 646 397 bsgcq@yahoo.com.au BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG Mrs J Hazell (07) 3843 1407 teresajackie@optusnet.com.au BORZOI Ms V Dawson (07) 3857 3682 BORZOI Mrs B Mangin (07) 4156 1078 BULLDOG Mr L Perrett 0452 210 184 qldbulldogclub@gmail.com BULLMASTIFF Mrs R Armstrong (07) 5546 8427 / 0401 145 129 BULL TERRIER Mrs M Reynolds (07) 5546 3003 qldbtr@bigpond.com


Affiliated Clubs and Services CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL Ms L MacMillan 0419 339 150 liza.mac@internode.on.net COLLIE ROUGH AND SMOOTH Mrs J Armatys (07) 4157 2758 / 0428 121 726 keamaree@bigpond.com DACHSHUND Mrs V Lingard (07) 3800 1127 DOGUE DE BORDEAUX Mrs V McArthur 0417 767 357 info@amedange.com DOGUE DE BORDEAUX Mrs J Bloomfield 0412 119 688 ddbrescue@hotmail.com ENGLISH SETTER Mrs C Gorey 0438 598 597 goreymky@bigpond.com GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG Mrs J Hansford (07) 3289 7282 jehansford@techsus.com.au GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER Mrs B Mangin (07) 4156 1078 GOLDEN RETRIEVER Mrs K Vowell 0423 320 020 grcqld@gmail.com GORDON SETTER Mrs C Gorey 0438 598 597 goreymky@bigpond.com GREAT DANE Ms C Bowden 0411 571 050 adoptadaneqld@outlook.com.au HUNGARIAN VIZSLA Mrs K Eory (07) 3265 1621 IRISH RED & WHITE SETTER Mrs C Gorey 0438 598 597 goreymky@bigpond.com IRISH SETTER Mrs C Gorey 0438 598 597 goreymky@bigpond.com LABRADOR RETRIEVER Mrs S Luchterhand (07) 5546 0772 copperkee@iprimus.com.au LAGOTTO ROMAGNOLO Mrs P Wyllie (07) 4163 7288 / 0400 903 303 trish@lagottoqld.com LHASA APSO Ms J Woodward (07) 5428 6201 / 0413 788 775 jane@lhasaapso.com.au MAREMMA SHEEPDOG Ms H Brennan (07) 5426 0413

OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG Mrs A Cassidy (07) 3201 0952 ottaba@bigpond.net.au POINTER Mrs R Glegg (07) 5547 7689 / 0439 830 495 robyneg6@iinet.net.au POODLE CENTRAL QLD Mrs M McMahon (07) 4933 2715 / 0419 395 961 POODLE MINIATURE & TOY Ms P Morgan 0414 501 707 qpcsecretary@yahoo.com.au POODLE STANDARD Mrs S Graham 0417 470 542 PUG Ms H Jordan 0415 370 526 PUG Carol-Ann (07) 3814 1382 / 0438 515 895 pugrescueqld@optusnet.com.au PYRENEAN MOUNTAIN DOG Mrs A Everson (07) 3200 0321 RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK Mrs R Smith (07) 5529 9903 SAINT BERNARD Mr R Loring 0400 109 006 SAINT BERNARD Mrs AInmon 0400 142 267 SCHNAUZER Ms A Goodwin 0405 421 897 schnauzerrescueqld@gmail.com SKYE TERRIER Mrs H MacGregor 0429 999 053 / 0428 947 110 STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIER Miss M Nielsen 0419 631 221 lynn_n@bigpond.com TIBETAN SPANIEL Miss A Caer (07) 3351 7257 / 0402 555 508 qtsrr@optusnet.com.au WEIMARANER Mrs J Glover 0419 663 942 WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERRIER Mrs A Cloughley (07) 3206 6460 redinbrin1@bigpond.com WHIPPET Secretary whippetclubqld@gmail.com YORKSHIRE TERRIER Miss R Hunt 0400 246 987 rachnut@hotmail.com

Durack Vendors Vendors to contact Dogs Queensland office Email: info@dogsqueensland.org.au

J.J. Donuts

Contact: Gaylene Ph: 0434 405 375 Email: joerana2010@iinet.net.au

Puddleby Art

Contact: Toshi Ueno Ph: 0410 595 202 Email: info@puddlebyart.com.au

Lockyer Valley Sharpening

Contact: Keith Ph: 0458 920 088 Email: kjrau@bigpond.com

Lead on Animal Leads

Contact: Bev and Ian Ph: 0417 076 402 Email: Bev.r.priestley@gmail.com

Dog Essentials

Contact: Gina Ph: (07) 3801 4800 Email: info@dogessentials.com.au

Elite Macrame & Woodwork

Contact: Shirley Ph: 02 6677 9453 Email: elitemacrame@yahoo.com.au

Pet Homes Pty Ltd

Contact: Phil Ph: 0418 783 555 Email: pethomes@optusnet.com.au

Lilcracka Pet Supplies

Contact: Kay Ph: 0413 543 835 Email: kay@lilcracka.com

Naturally Raw Store

Contact: Heidi Ph: 1300 780 149 Email: info@petrep.com.au

Suppawtive Health Solutions

Contact: Catherine Ph: 0421 543 036 Email: suppawtivehealthsolutions@gmail.com

TAK Photography

Contact: Tracy: 0451 912 022 Email: admin@takphotography.com.au

Wagz Cafe

Contact: Mark Ph: 0407 212 974 Email: almarjo@hotmail.com.au

MISSING DOG WORLD MAGAZINES

Dogs Victoria’s Laurie Luxmoore Library is asking for help in their search for missing Dog World (C.C.C.Q) magazines to complete their Queensland set. Dogs Queensland members who have any of the following editions and would like to donate their copies for safe keeping and preserving can contact Heather Simpson at corwin@iinet.net.au or on (03) 5998 7493. The missing magazines are: 1968 January, February, March, June, July, November 1966 January 1964 January, December 1963 February, June, July, August, September, October 1958 January, May, September, October 1957 January, July, October, November, December 1956 January, July 1955 May, December

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Rates Guide Advertising Rates SCHEDULES ADVERTISING CHARGES

Full Page CH

2019 2020 $376.00 $394.80

Half Page CH

$196.00 $205.80

Quarter Page CH

$129.00 $135.45

Field Trials / Sweepstakes - reduced advertising

$26.00

$27.30

PLEASE NOTE: All Schedules, with the exception of Field, Tracking or Dances with Dogs Trials, must be a minimum of a quarter page each, these Trials may be advertised at the reduced size. If the schedule has additional Judges or requires additional information to be published, a larger page size may be required. If the schedule has additional Judges or requires additional information to be published, a larger page size may be required.

SOCIAL CLUBS Social Clubs (regardless of location)

RULES FOR THE CONDUCT OF (cont)

$166.40 $175.00

JUDGES LICENCE FEES All Judges (except Handler Judges)

$60.00

$65.00

Training Fees for Aspiring Judges

$34.00

$36.00

Handler Judges

No Fee

No Fee

REGISTRATIONS PER PUP ($1.10 per puppy donated to Canine Research)

Under 3 months

$45.00

$48.00

Over 3 and under 6 months

$73.00

$77.00

Over 6 and under 12 months

$92.00

$97.00

Over 12 and under 18 months

$102.00 $108.00

REGISTRATIONS PER PUP LIMITED REGISTER ($1.10 per puppy donated to Canine Research)

Durack Rates DOGS QUEENSLAND SPORTS GROUND RATES

Meeting Rooms Starting From Field Hire Starting From

2019

2020

$16.00

$17.00

$50.00

$55.00

For enquiries please email: info@dogsqueensland.org.au or call (07) 3252 2661.

Under 3 months

$52.00

Over 3 and under 6 months

$85.00

Over 6 and under 12 months

$107.00

Over 12 and under 18 months

$118.00

TRANSFERS (If received within 14 days from the date of transfer) Members

$27.00

$29.00

Non-Members

$35.00

$37.00

TRANSFERS (If received after 14 days from the date of transfer) Members

$41.00

$44.00

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Non-Members

$54.00

$57.00

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Imported dogs/semen

2019 MEMBERSHIP FEES $38.00

Joining Fee

$71.00

Single

2020

No fee

Junior (no joining fee)

$75.00 No fee

PREFIX Application (includes maintenance for year applied)

$108.00 $114.00

$4.75

Lure Coursing Trials (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

Drafting Trials (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

Sled Sports (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

BREED STANDARDS Full set of 8 (7 x Groups + 1 glossary of terms)

$52.80

$57.00

Small binder

$3.30

$3.50

Large binder

$8.80

$9.50

POA

POA

Single group

$6.60

$7.00

Breed extensions

$4.40

$4.75

Loose leaf breeds

$0.55

$0.66

Postage per book

$2.10

$2.50

Postage per full set

CERTIFICATES Challenge

$0.44

$0.50

Reserve Challenge

$0.44

$0.50

Best Of Breed

$0.44

$0.50

$6.27

$6.00

$36.00

Neuter in Group Awards

$0.44

$0.50

$17.00

$20.00

Neuter in Show Awards

$0.44

$0.50

Best Neuter Of Breed

$0.44

$0.50

Obedience Qual.

$0.44

$0.50

Agility Qual.

$0.44

$0.50

Retrieving Ability Test for Gundogs

$0.44

$0.50

Tracking Qual.

$0.44

$0.50

Track & Search Qual.

$0.44

$0.50

Field & Ret Qual.

$0.44

$0.50

Dances with Dogs

$0.44

$0.50

Rally-O

$0.44

$0.50

Lure Course

$0.44

$0.50

Lure Course Open Stake

$0.44

$0.50

Lure Course Single Stake

$0.44

$0.50

Lure Course Ability Test

$0.44

$0.50

Earthdog Test

$0.44

$0.50

Herding

$0.44

$0.50

$0.44

$0.50

TITLES All Championship Titles (incl. breeders cert)

$35.00

$37.00

All other awards

$25.00

$27.00

(Plus breeders cert)

$11.00

$12.00

$5.50

$6.00

OTHER $21.00

$25.00

Export pedigree

$68.00

$72.00

Extended pedigree (5 generations)

$34.00

$36.00

CLUB AFFILIATION FEES (North of the 26th Parallel)

$4.50

$34.00

Replacement certificates

$202.05 $212.00

$4.75

Dances With Dogs Trials (A5)

Associate Register

$66.00

Tracking and Field Trials Clubs

$4.75

$4.50

Sporting Register

$62.00

$309.10 $324.45

$4.50

Herding Trials (A5)

$0.50

Transfer

Agricultural Societies

Endurance Trials (A5)

$0.44

$60.00

$309.10 $324.45

$4.75

Neuter Challenge

$56.00

Speciality Breed Club

$4.75

$4.50

$76.00

Lease Agreements

Single Group and Multi Breeds Clubs $344.75 $362.00

$4.50

Spaniel and Retriever Trials (A5)

$72.00

$49.00

$404.10 $424.50

Utility Trials (A5)

Tenterfield Terriers/Greyhounds

$46.00

Obedience Clubs

$4.75

$76.00

Maintenance

$546.70 $574.00

$4.50

$72.00

$140.00 $147.00

All Breeds and Multiple Groups

$4.75

Imported dogs/semen – NZ only

Laminating

CLUB AFFILIATION FEES (South of the 26th Parallel)

$4.50

Field Trials Pointers & Setters Trials (A5)

Group Awards (1 In Show, 7 In Group)

$38.00

$109.00 $115.00

Joint

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RATG Trials (A5)

STATIONERY Official Show Entry Forms (Bookf of 50) incl. postage Rule Books CCC (Qld) including postage

$7.00 $8.70

$7.50 $10.00

RULES FOR THE CONDUCT OF

Sled Sport Event

Obedience Trials (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

All Breeds and Multiple Groups

$475.40 $499.00

Rally-O Trials (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

Obedience Clubs

$309.10 $324.45

Agility Trials (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

Single Group and Multi Breeds Clubs $273.35 $287.00

Games Trials (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

Speciality Breed Clubs

$250.55 $263.00

Tracking Trials (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

Agricultural Societies

$249.55 $262.00

Track & Search Trials (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

Tracking and Field Trials Clubs

$166.40 $175.00

Retrieving Trials (A5)

$4.50

$4.75

SET STEWARDS GRAPHS (10 + 2 General Specials sheet(s)

$5.28

Novice, Open, Utility and or Agility (25 sheets per set)

$4.40

Postage For Bulk Stationery Orders Will Be Invoiced. All prices include GST. Prices are subject to change.

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