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ISSUE 4

April 2017

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PIA VOM WELSETAL


Dogs Queensland The Queensland Dog World

Inside this issue Cover photograph: Name: Pia vom Welsetal Photography: Steve Gish

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President’s Message

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Editorial Notes

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Board Notes

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Notices

the german shepherd dog A General Overview of the German Shepherd Dog Supplied by the German Shepherd Dog Club of Queensland

Articles of Interest 30 -- 15 31 12

The German Shepherd Dog Club of Queensland (Inc)

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Zone 2 Dog World Column April 2017

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Agility Sub-Committee Fundraiser Trial

Schedules 43 - 64

Show Schedules

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Obedience Trial Schedules

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Other Trial Schedules

Directories 73 - 76

Registered Breeders Directory

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Kennel Clubs Directory

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Rates Guide

Pages 16 - 35 The Painting

'Silent Guardians' How it happened A series of incredible circumstances Written by George Hulse

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The President’s Message The Queensland Dog World

President’s Message for April 2017 Over the last month, much of the focus for Dogs Queensland has certainly been on the Director elections. As members would be aware, the results of this election have been announced and it is my pleasure to welcome back returning Directors Ainslie Carius, David Weil and Norma Zimmerle along with our new Directors Bill Smith, Lawrie Knauth and Duncan McAllister. In my March President's Message, I mentioned Sandra Mundt and Lionel Blumel who have retired from their position as Directors. Also on behalf of the Board of Directors, I would like to express a huge vote of thanks to Ulla Greenwood for her work on the Dogs Queensland Board over the last 4 years. Ulla was instrumental in the transition from the old Canine Control Council (QLD) to the Canine Control Council (QLD) Ltd in which we now operate. She was also instrumental in the development of the Strategic Plan for Dogs Queensland. Ulla will be greatly missed professionally and personally, her contribution to the stability of our dog world is immeasurable. ANZAC Day Show Just a reminder to all members that Dogs Queensland will hold its first ever ANZAC Day Show this month on 25th April. Proceeds from the Show will be donated to the Australian Defence Force Trackers and War Dogs Association (ADFTWDA). The Committee for this event has been working very hard to organise this event in conjunction with ADFTWDA. Judging starts at 1:30pm with a Junior Handler Classes and Workshop, with the Championship Show commencing at 3:30pm. Judging will then cease at 5:00pm to allow for a Dusk Memorial Service and will resume at 6.00pm. I would like to thank each and every member of this Committee for their efforts to date. I hope members will get behind this event and support this very worthwhile cause.

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EKKA 2017 Before you know it, it will be Ekka time again and entries open on Monday 24 th April. The Show will once again judge dogs in their Group on one day using a number of international Judges. The Group Specials will be judged at the end of each day with Best in Group, Runner-Up, Puppy, Baby, Neuter and Runner-Up Neuter eligible to come back on the last Saturday for General Specials. The Obedience classes will be held over two afternoons while Dances with Dogs, Rally Obedience, Agility and Jumping will all be held on the last Sunday of show. The Specialty Show this year will focus on the Working Dogs Breeds in Group 5 and will be held on Friday 18 th August. Mr Michael Tomaschewski Whilst the Ekka will continue on, as most of you will know long time Honorary Council Steward, CCC(Q) Councillor and Life Member Michael Tomaschewski sadly passed away earlier this month, it will be robbed of one of its great characters. Michael was loved by everyone, including those he occasionally had to pull into line for not adhering to Rules, a rare gift indeed. Shane Thomas President

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Dogs Queensland Editorial The Queensland Dog World

Edited by: Dogs Queensland office Design and artwork by: Dogs Queensland office

President Mr S. Thomas Senior Vice President Miss A. Carius Junior Vice President Mrs U. Greenwood Secretary Mr R. Harrison Board Ms S. Bendixen, Mr C. Pettett, Mr T. Thomas, Mr LJ. Blumel, Mrs S. J. Mundt, Mrs. B.M. Murfet, Miss C. Pearen, Mrs N. Zimmerle and Mr D. Weil Address 3 / 134 Constance Street, Fortitude Valley 4006 Telephone (07) 3252 2661 Facsimile (07) 3252 3864 Email info@dogsqueensland.org.au Website www.dogsqueensland.org.au ABN: 45 160 285 192 Dogs Queensland Postal address: PO Box 495, Fortitude Valley, Qld 4006 Durack Sports Grounds address: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Avenue Durack, Qld 4077 Ph: (07) 3372 8887 (show days only) Caretaker’s Residence Ph: (07) 3372 2254

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Front cover photograph policies: All readers of the Queensland Dog World are invited to submit photographs for front cover consideration. (a) Paid cover and breeds of the month given first preference. (b) Highest quality photograph chosen from above. (c) Actual photographs requested - not digital prints. (d) Only portrait (vertically aligned) photographs will be accepted. (e) In the event no photographs are received for (a) above, then a submission of another breed may be chosen - again, paid over non-paid. Head shots, groups or show poses are accepted. The opinions expressed in contributor’s articles are not necessarily those of the Dogs Queensland Committee. This magazine reserves the right to refuse the publication of any item or advertisement and, whilst every effort is made to ensure copy is reproduced correctly, no responsibility is taken for error.

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Dogs Queensland Board Notes The Queensland Dog World

Board Notes April 2017 Easter Office Closure All Members are asked to please note that the Dogs Queensland Office will be closed for the Easter Holidays from 12:00pm on Thursday 13th April 2017 and will reopen on Tuesday 18th April 2016 at 8:00am.

Obedience, Agility, Tracking, DWD, Rally-O, Endurance, Herding and Lure Coursing Judges Training All applications to enter the Judges Training Scheme for the disciplines above should be received no later than 31st May 2017.

Amendment to March Issue On Page 34 of the March Dog World, it was stated that an American Hairless Terrier bitch was re-registered using her UKC paperwork. This was incorrect and it was actually an American Kennel Club issued pedigree. ANKC Ltd does not recognise the UKC and/or its register.

Trials Calendar 2018 Any requests for amendments and / or additions to the QDS Calendar must be forwarded to Dogs Queensland before 30 th June 2017.

Director Election Results March 2017 In accordance with the provisions of our Constitution, the Returning Officer of Australian Electoral Company informed the President earlier this month of the results of the ballot for the election of the six new Directors of the Board of Dogs Queensland. Existing Directors who will remain on the Board until March 2019 are as follows:

In the order of the number of votes received, the Directors elected until March 2021 are as follows: • • • • • •

Norma Zimmerle David Weil Ainslie Carius Lawrie Knauth Duncan McAllister Bill Smith

Zone 2 and Zone 3 Open Show Judges After receiving positive feedback from the Judges involved in the scheme, it was agreed that once again Clubs in Zone 1 would be offered reimbursement of the airfares or 1 nights’ accommodation to contract one of the Open Show Judges resident in Zone 2/3 for 2017/18. It is hoped that this would assist all Judges in our Northern areas. Each Club is offered the reimbursement for one Judge for the year; all fares / accommodation costs would have to be approved by the Office prior to booking.

Clubs’ Audit Requirements All Clubs are reminded of the following provisions; There are three (3) levels of reporting as noted below: Level 1 – having current assets or total revenue exceeding $100,000. Their Financial statements must be lodged with the Office of Fair Trading and audited by one (1) of the prescribed persons. Level 2 – having current assets or total revenue between $20,000 and $100,000. They are required to lodge financial statements verified as prescribed by a person who can audit Level 1 associations or a person approved by the Chief Executive of the Office of Fair Trading. Level 3 – having current assets and total revenue under $20,000. Their Financial statements have to be verified in the prescribed way by the Association’s President or Treasurer.

1. Carolyn Pearen 2. Barbara Murfet 3. Shaneen Bendixen 4. Shane Thomas (Zone 3) 5. Craig Pettett (Zone 2) 6. Timothy Thomas

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Dogs Queensland Board Notes The Queensland Dog World

Assembly Of Gazebos And Camping All Members are reminded of the following provisions at Duarck; •

Gazebos can be assembled from 4:00pm the afternoon prior to the Event.

Gazebos may be left assembled overnight for two (2) or three (3) day Shows, provided that there is no matting left on the ground and gazebos are dropped to as low as possible.

Alterations and additions to approved Judges' list Open Show: Ms A. Adamopoulos has successfully completed the requirements to judge Group 6 at Open Shows

Qualified Handler Judges:

Campers may also arrive from 4:00pm the afternoon prior to the Event but may only sleep in the designated camping areas on the grounds as per Brisbane City Council Regulations.

New Judge: Mrs W Pleydell-Fry 6 Takara Crt Karana Downs 4306 Ph: 0414 796 458 Email: reewen@bigpond.com

Nobody is to sleep in gazebos around the rings.

Ms J. Akers new email: belledenstaffords@aapt.net.au

On the day of the Event, the gates will be open from 6:00am by the Grounds Manager and the above Rules will apply.

Field:

If these Rules are not abided by, disciplinary action will be taken.

For emergencies where an ambulance or emergency vehicle is needed to enter the grounds prior to the 6:00am opening, an after-hours number will be available to the emergency services.

No Gazebo of any description will be permitted to be assembled in the vicinity of the Judges’ Training area, or ‘Training Ring’. If any gazebos are found in that area, the owner will be asked to remove them straight away.

ANKC News Please note that the relevant document on the Dogs Queensland / ANKC Website has been amended where applicable; Amendment to Breed Standard - Bullmastiff Please note the Breed Standard Extension for the Bullmastiff has been updated in accordance with the amendment made to the standard last month and is now available.

Correction to last month’s announcement. The Board of Directors congratulates our first ever Sledding Judges: Miss T. Goodwin 12 Dulin St Gailes 4300 Ph: (07) 3271 4465 Mob 0438 711 465 Email: katmaii@optusnet.com.au Miss Goodwin is a Weight Pull Judge Mr G. and Mrs B. Goodwin 2-18 Melody Lne Jimboomba 4280 Ph: (07) 5546 9547 Mob: 0404 480 634 Email: garthgoodwin@bigpond.com Mr and Mrs Goodwin are Weight Pull Judges Ms L. Litfin 7 Diploma Rd Upper Coomera 4209 Ph: 0418 181 131 Email: lisalitfin@hotmail.com Ms Litfin is a Weight Pull and Backpacking Judge Miss A. Oldfield 15 Margaret St Alexandra Hills 4161 Ph: 0407 122 137 Email: alecia.oldfield@gmail.com Miss Oldfield is a Weight Pull and Backpacking Judge Mr S. Shale 15 Margaret St Alexandra Hills 4161 Ph: 0401 162 677 Email: steve@marinediesel.net.au Mr Shale is a Weight Pull, Backpacking and Sledding Judge

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Dogs Queensland Board Notes The Queensland Dog World

Australian National Kennel Council Ltd PRESS RELEASE Reference is made to the Group Exercises rule in the current ANKC Ltd Rules for the Conduct of Obedience Trials and in particular to clarification of the highlighted section noted below: “Group Exercises: Group Exercises must consist of a minimum of three (3) dogs and a maximum of ten (10) dogs and must be judged by the same person who officiated in the individual exercises segment of the Trial. Each dog must have a separate Handler for the Group Exercises. If there are insufficient entrants the Judge will ask the Steward to furnish stand-in dogs to make up a Group. These dogs must be left on lead and the Handler must stay next to the dog in the heel position. Unless an exhibitor has multiple entries an exhibit must be handled by the one competitor for all exercises. In extreme weather conditions the Judge shall consider using areas of shade where practical to conduct the group stay exercises. The distance between dogs for all group exercises must be approximately two and a half (2.5) metres.� The National Obedience and Tracking Committee has confirmed the following interpretation which shall be binding in accordance with the rules: Once a dog has been withdrawn from the ring it is no longer being judged, no points awarded. This being the case, it may cause insufficient dogs to be eligible for the stay exercises and the steward may ask for any dog to be a stand in for the stay exercises, even one which may have previously been entered and competed in the class in question, because once withdrawn is no longer part of that class. Any dog that is being used as a stand in dog for the stay exercises must remain on lead, as per the rule book, regardless of what level the dog competes at. Tracey Barry Administrator February 2017

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Dogs Queensland Notices The Queensland Dog World

Queensland Retrieving Dog of the Year Competition 1st

Richard Eaton Wells'

2nd

Ron Jackson's

3rd

Bryan Pritchard's

4th

Paul Towning's

RT CH Gidgee Down Under Del “Ebony” (Labrador Retriever) RT CH Adderslot Rudy “Rudy” (Labrador Retriever) RT CH Redcypher Son of a Gunner “Gunner” (Labrador Retriever) RTCH Winterset Moonraker “Rocky” (Golden Retriever)

Ebony retrieving game in England

Congratulations to Richard Eaton-Wells with his Labrador Retriever bitch RT CH Gidgee Down Under Del 'Ebony' on winning the prestigious Queensland Dog of the Year competition. Bred, trained and handled by Richard, Ebony was whelped in the UK from local working stock and imported into Australia when 9 months old. Richard works her dam while shooting in the UK and her sire was a very polished local gamekeeper's dog. She is a typical English 'working Labrador', small and compact with an excellent nose and willingness to work.

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She had a great 2016, winning her first All Age Retrieving Trial in May under Judge Dom Colasimone at a Wide Bay Working Gundog Trial then winning a further 3 All Age events throughout the year culminating in getting through to the last run in both the NSW and National Championships. She is keen to please but has a mind of her own which is both good and bad! Richard is looking forward to an interesting 2017.

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Interested in Working Gundog Trials ?

RAFT News Retrieving and Field Trials Committee The RAFT Committee assists Dogs Queensland in supporting the Field and Retrieving trialling community (Clubs and individuals) in assuring field sports for working gundogs continue to thrive and individuals have the opportunity to participate in field events sanctioned by the ANKC.

Upcoming Events SUN/SUN SAT/SUN SUN

6/7 May 27/28 May 4 June

LAB Club FRA FRA

Ret. Trials Ret. Trials RATG

Contacts: Field and Retrieving Association for Gundogs Inc. Geoff Dawson: geoff.jan.dawson@bigpond.com.au Ph: (07) 3886 6367 BURPENGARY Labrador Club of Qld: Margaret Wedgwood: tenarda@iprimus.com.au Ph: 0417 606 214 JIMBOOMBA Wide Bay Working Gundog Club: Wendy Michalk: jagacey@hotmail.com Ph: (07) 4152 2362 BUNDABERG

Water familiarisation for working gundog pups

• Transcervical insemination with fresh, chilled and frozen semen • Semen collection and freezing • Progesterone testing • Dog and bitch fertility assessment and much more Dr Scott Norman BVSc PhD DACT Registered specialist - veterinary reproduction Dr Jennifer Larsen BVBiol BVSc

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A young German Shorthaired Pointer learning to retrieve at the beach

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Dogs Queensland Notices The Queensland Dog World

Durack Vendors Directory for April 2017: NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART BREEDING FACILITY Sinnamon Vets, 62 Ashridge Rd, Darra, QLD 4076 Ph: (07) 3376 5633

Like us on Facebook Fertility assessment Semen Collection $100, Analysis $100, Freezing $350 and Storage $20 Prog testing ($60) and T4 ($70) Mavic catheter AI, Transcervical AI and Surgical AI Reproductive/pregnancy ultrasound $60 Elective caesareans opening specials: Small dogs $700 Medium Dogs $800 Large dogs $1000 CCC member competitive rates for all veterinary services: Vaccine $35 Microchip $30 Competitive rates for Cruciate repair and general orthopaedics Hip and elbow screening x rays $350 Experienced vets Dr Gerry King and Dr Scott Snellgrove

Visit our website at: all-dogs-breedingservices.com.au

Vendors to contact the Vendors Committee Chair, Rod Vernon Ph: 0438 729 100 Email: abelara_gsds@live.com J.J. Donuts: Email: joerana2010@iinet.net.au Contact: Gaylene Ph: 0434 405 375 Show Suits: Email: brysnifgundogs@icloud.com Contact: Karen Ph: 0428 424 488 / 07 40654874, Rachelle Ph: 0475 071 614 Puddleby Art: Email: info@puddlebyart.com.au Contact: Toshi Ueno Ph: 0410 595 202 The Clinic: Email: clinic.naturaltherapy@gmail.com Contact: Bob and Hannah Ph: 0404 643 330 Lockyer Valley Sharpening: Email: kjrau@bigpond.com Contact: Keith Ph: 0458 920 088 Lead on Animal Leads: Email: Bev.r.priestley@gmail.com Contact: Bev and Ian Ph: 0417 076 402 Dog Essentials: Email: info@dogessentials.com.au Contact: Gina Ph: (07) 3801 4800 Pet Homes Pty Ltd: Email: pethomes@optusnet.com.au Contact: Phil Ph: 0418 783 555 Lilcracka Pet Supplies (Dog Coats / Vet / Dry Bedding / Cooling Coats and Mats): Email: kay@lilcracka.com Contact: Kay Ph: 0413 543 835

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The German Shepherd Dog Club of Queensland (Inc) ‘A little about the Club and the wonderful German Shepherd Dog' h e G e r m an Sh e p h e r d D o g Clu b o f Queensland Inc. (GSDCQ) established in 1957 is the official custodian of the breed in Queensland and along with the other GSD State Clubs is affiliated with the German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia (GSDCA). Together, these organisations work to safeguard the development of the breed in Australia through the various National Council Breed Improvement Schemes. The GSDCQ promotes and encourages both responsible dog ownership and dog breeding. Members live in all areas of this large State and the Management and Committee recognises those members and encourages breed activities in regional areas. The club’s calendar includes two championship shows, two restricted obedience trials, Open show, State Breed Exhibition and at least five Breed Surveys. We have Club Representatives in both Zone 2 and Zone 3 and we regularly conduct breed events on a needs basis in these areas. Members work closely with the non-profit Breed Rescue Group ‘GSD’s In Need’ as well as running a free GSD rehoming service.

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Breed Description The German Shepherd Dog is a strong, active, very intelligent and loyal dog making him an ideal family companion. He requires plenty of ongoing socialisation, training, and regular exercise to make him a good canine citizen. The German Shepherd Dog is a medium sized breed with male dogs standing between 60 - 66cms high at the withers and weighing between 30 - 42 kg, females stand between 55 - 61cms at the withers and weigh 22 - 32 kg The German Shepherd is a working dog and as such he is responsive to a wide range of training. He is employed in many roles including the Australian Defence Forces, Police Dogs, Drug Detection and Search and Rescue. They also excel in other activities such as Obedience Trials, Sheep Herding, Endurance Trials, Delta and Therapy Dogs however the majority of dogs in Australia are faithful family companions.

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Breed Improvement Schemes The German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia Breed Survey scheme is the cornerstone of breed improvement. Prior to breeding, each animal is presented to a panel of qualified Breed Surveyors who assess its breed value as compared to the Breed Standard. To be classified as suitable for breeding the animal must be considered above the breed average, both physically and temperamentally. Animals that cannot achieve successful classification are not recommended for breeding. Prior to submitting to a Breed Survey, each animal must have passed the GSDCA Hip and Elbow Dysplasia schemes and in certain cases, the Haemophilia Scheme. This dedication by the GSDCQ breeders and the GSD Council of Australia has been responsible for the continued improvement of both the quality and health of the German Shepherd Dog Australia wide.

Buying a Puppy Many people buy a cute little puppy without considering the future consequences of a much larger adult dog. In the right home, that puppy will be a loved family member. All dog buyers must carefully consider the exercise, fencing, shelter and particularly the socialisation and training requirements of a new German Shepherd puppy. Are you prepared to find the time in your busy schedule to accommodate the demands of this new family member? You need to remember that this little puppy will, in a relatively short time, become a much larger adult with a lifespan of approximately 10 - 14 years. The initial purchase price is the commencement of outlay. Unbelievably, a puppy can be quite costly over the course of its lifetime. You will need to budget for vaccinations, worming, food, Council registration fees, membership fees, etc. and the possibility of Veterinary expenses that can become quite high. We recommend you purchase your puppy from a breeder who complies with the GSDCQ ‘Puppy Listing’ criteria using the GSDCA Breed Improvement Schemes to assist as a safeguard towards good health and more importantly the sound character and temperament of your future family companion.

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If you do go ahead and decide to purchase a puppy, you must commence the puppy’s socialisation and training from day one. This is essential. It is recommended that you join your local Obedience dog Club to assist you.

General Health Care and Grooming The German Shepherd Dog is generally a healthy, hardy dog. However, like all breeds, it can have a few potential health problems about which owners should be aware. Skin and gut sensitivities can occur but adequate coat care and feeding a balanced diet will usually prevent these problems. Like most large breeds, it can suffer joint problems in the form of hip and elbow dysplasia. Excessive weight can exacerbate these conditions. The GSD must never be allowed to become overweight, particularly during times of rapid growth (6 12mths). Having a double coat, they do shed and have a major coat change usually twice a year. A quick comb/brush to remove excess hair and dirt at least twice weekly and preferably daily when it's shedding is all that is required to keep the coat in good condition. The ears need regular checking as they are large, erect, and open and can attract dirt and foreign matter causing irritation. The nails should be kept well-trimmed.

Growth and Development The German Shepherd is a slow maturing dog. He can go through some unruly growth spurts displaying, at times, some, or all the following; loose ligaments, loose hocks, lack of coordination, ears up and down, soft pasterns, splayed feet, etc. He can be a gawky teenager! These issues will usually settle down as he matures. The ears will usually be fully erect by 4 - 6 months. Sometimes they may take longer. DO NOT OVER SUPPLEMENT as this can cause an imbalance possibly leading to more serious growth problems. Most premium dog foods are already nutritionally balanced. DO NOT OVERFEED. Excess weight can put a strain on his young joints and ligaments. Always keep in touch with the Breeder of your puppy who can advise you if you have any concerns. If your Breeder is not available, contact the Club for advice. (See GSDCQ website for contact details).

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Exercise Should you exercise your young German Shepherd Puppy? A mistaken belief of many owners of our breed is that a young puppy (up to 12 months of age) should have 'plenty' of exercise. In fact, as the German Shepherd is such a fast-growing breed, the opposite is more correct. The strain of over-exercise on the skeletal make-up of the framework can and will do harm to the young puppy and may lead to problems in adulthood. Consider a young Shepherd equivalent to a 3-4-year-old human child – certainly not ready to run a marathon (even though the spirit may be willing!) but with growth and maturity, that time could come. As a rule of thumb and guideline for novice owners, 'onlead' exercise should be limited until final growth and height is achieved at approximately 10 – 12 months of age. After 12 months, hips and elbows can be x-rayed through the GSDCA Scheme. Until then, it should be 'careful and slow'. Up to twelve months of age, natural free running is the best form of exercise for a youngster. A young pup can easily stop when they become tired rather than continuing because they wish to please and keep up with you! Of course, you will wish to lead, train and socialise your puppy but on-lead exercise should be limited to that. As a guide, the maximum amount of time spent walking a puppy at a fast trot, up to six months of age, should be about five minutes at one time and then rest. Puppies need plenty of rest and sleep, just like a young toddler. Certainly, they can play and romp in your back yard or in their kennel run but they will stop when they feel tired, rest and then play again. Adults require daily exercise that involves free running, mental stimulation through games and obedience training and walking on lead.

Queensland Police Dog PD ‘Quinn’ and his handler, Sean Baxendell, will be there to accept the prestigious ‘GSDCA Outstanding Canine Service Award’ being presented by the Patroness of the German Shepherd Dog Council of Australia, Mrs. Dawn Fraser AO MBE. Other members of the Brisbane Police Dog Squad have also been invited to attend.

Please visit our website www.gsdcq.org.au for more information

Exciting Breed News The German Shepherd Dog Club of Queensland (Inc) is hosting the 45th GSDC A National G er man Shepherd Dog Show and Trial at Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, Durack on the 19th, 20th and 21st May 2017. More than 350 German Shepherd Dogs and their handlers will compete in the Show and Obedience Trial over the three days.

Photo credits: Supplied by the GSDCQ

This event attracts large numbers of local, interstate and overseas visitors and is a ‘must see’ for anyone interested in the breed. For the first time, we will have a Community radio station 101FM doing an outside broadcast from the grounds and all the TV stations have been invited to attend.

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the german shepherd dog

A General Overview of the German Shepherd Dog Supplied by the German Shepherd Dog Club of Queensland The History of the German Shepherd Dog ll dogs are descendants of the wolf and contrary to some minority opinions dogs can be crossed with wolves. Max von Stephanitz wanted to distance the wolf from the German Shepherd Dog as the wolf had some very undesirable characteristics associated with it, but he like many others of that period favoured the look of the wolf in the blueprint for the German Shepherd Dog.

A Club was formed in 1892 with the objective of utilising the best of the Sheepdogs to develop a superior German Sheepdog that would be called ‘German Shepherd Dog’. This Club was the Phylax Society [guardsman] but it disbanded two years later due to infighting mainly associated with its members being split between some wanting to focus on working dog traits and others preferring to focus on developing show dog traits. Nothing has changed in this regard in over 100 years; in fact it has only got worse and the divide even greater!

The early ‘German Sheepdogs’ were exhibited at All Breeds shows; records show that the first two were exhibited in 1882 in Hanover. One was the very popular wolf grey colour and the other was a non-albino white.

Max von Stephanitz who was a cavalry captain was aware of and interested in the Phylax Society and effectively took over where they left off and in April 1899 he formed the ‘Verein fur Deutsche Schaferhunde’ acronym SV.

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Continued from page 17 He was the first President of the SV and remained so for 39 years. A breed register was established; subject to assessment any German sheepdog could be registered and thereafter called a GSD. In effect, the day before the SV was formed there were ‘German Sheepdogs’ and the day it was formed those same dogs on registration with the SV were called ‘German Shepherd Dogs’. Max von Stephanitz favoured specific regions that they came from, this was gradually tightened and the sheepdogs from Thuringia and Württemberg became the most favoured.

Wurtemburg Sheepdog

Thuringian Sheepdog

Horand v Grafrath aka Hektor v Linksrhein - drawing by Hart

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There was diversity within the dogs in these regions but in general terms Württemberg dogs were seen as the working dogs, they were large, some very large with big bones and a swift gait, many had non-erect ears, a feature not liked by those who preferred the wolf look and show dogs, they had a tendency to curled tails and according to von Stephanitz they did not bubble over with ‘joie de vivre’. The Thuringian dogs were viewed as the show dogs, full of vigour they had the highly prized erect ears, they were wolf grey in colour, wiry and course, they were often small and stocky and according to von Stephanitz highly energetic and often very impudent and even untamable.

A Club was formed in 1892 with the objective of utilising the best of the Sheepdogs to develop a superior German Sheepdog that would be called German Shepherd Dog Max von Stephanitz sought a dog to be the foundation stud dog and breed model for the SV. At a dog show he attended he saw a dog called Hektor Linksrhein. Hektor was a Thuringian dog bred by a Herr Sparwasser, a very successful breeder of German Sheepdogs who bred under the ‘Sparwasser’ affix.

Regardless, von Stephanitz renamed him Horand von Grafrath after his own kennel ‘von Grafrath’. Horand was recorded in the SV breed register as the first registered German Shepherd Dog. Over 114 years the breed has changed significantly. No other breed of dog has undergone such a profound change. The German Shepherd Show Dog has gone from a body structure that resembled a level rectangle to one resembling a slightly angled egg. Size has always been an issue but more so in recent years and for the SV with its best intent and endeavours over size remains an eluding challenge. However, this is being addressed by the SV currently and that effort will be realised one way or another in 2020.

Past

Present

Von Stephanitz in his writing said of Herr Sparwasser ‘’he was unfortunately partial to the ‘’fancy dog’’. Whilst it’s of little importance, logic tells me that Hektor’s original name may have been Hektor von Sparwasser; Hektor’s litter brother Luchs carried this affix.

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The Breeds Purpose The breed was created to be a superior sheep herding, sheep tending, sheep and herdsman protecting working dog inclined to high achievements and by that definition its critical requirements in order of priority for me are: A general appearance that complies with the standard i.e. it looks like a GSD. Fertility, the ability to reproduce, 2 fully developed testicles in males. Good health. Sound hips and elbows. Firm nerves, self-assured, intelligent, good natured, outgoing, attentive, good watchfulness, willing to please, good protective instincts, good combative instincts, good drive instincts, strong constitution, not overly friendly but not overly aloof and definitely not aggressive or nervous.

Complete dentition - A full and sound mouth. Good colour – no whites including non-albino black point dark eyed whites, which are now a separate breed called White Swiss Shepherd Dog. Size within the standard range give or take 1cm. Effective undercoat. The demonstrated ability to be a fit, strong and effective trotting and endurance dog. Some people may put all these things in a different order and if they do my only comment is that they should consider the contents of the written standard for stock coats and long stock coats in so far as its determination of disqualifying faults, for example placing correct size ahead of effective trotting ability.

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General Appearance Quoting the Current SV Breed Standard # No. 166 – 23.12.2010/EN

VA dog late 1960s

The standard calls for a medium size, 55cm to 60cm and 60cm to 65cm ‘some latitude being plus or minus 1cm’. Slightly elongated, powerful and wellmuscled dog with dry bone and firm overall structure. Dry bone is dense and oval not round and spongy. Sex differentiation comes not just from a masculine or feminine head but also from robustness, from mass particularly from muscle mass and muscle development. A male should possess greater muscle mass and greater muscle development than a female. Proportions - slightly elongated; 10% to 17% longer than high used to be 8.5 or 9 to 10. It’s the same although for some odd reason 17% seems longer than 8.5 to 10!

Coat

VA dog 2016 In a macro sense the most significant changes in terms of increased genetic frequency took place around the late 80's early 90’s and this relates to oversize, the downward bend to the lumbar spine that lowered the hip and knee position and created a slope to the topline and finally, far less defined withers that were created by a rise in the back at the anticlinal region of the spine. In early 2000 came excessive hind angulation, specifically an overlong tibia. This increased [inclined] the angle of the pelvis [the rule of 27 degrees off a horizontal plane no longer applies even though it is always quoted] exacerbated the slope to the topline, created loose close stepping 'hocks'. This also coincided with overlong tails that on the whole contravene the standard but rarely if ever rate a mention by judges.

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In layman’s terms there are 2 types of coat – normal coat and long coat. In breed specific terms normal coat hair is called ‘Stock Coat’ and long coat hair is called ‘Long Stock Coat’.

Normal coat is dense, straight, harsh and has close lying hair whereas long coats have long, soft, not close fitting hair with feathering on the ears and legs, bushy breeches and a bushy tail. ‘Soft hair’ is the key word.

Colour The ‘in colour’ thanks to Walter and Herman Martin is rich black and gold red with a black mask. In effect and to Walters credit and his marketing genius, in conjunction with a couple of other features Walter created a ‘Wienerau brand’ and that brand now seen in a far more exaggerated form remains in a prominent place to this very day and in many ways this has seen the demise of moderation and colour variety and particularly the colour wolf grey. Colours nominated in the standard are black and reddish brown; brown and yellow to light grey markings, black, and grey with darker shadings. White, nonalbino, dark eye or not is a disqualifying fault. The signs of paling pigmentation are; lack of mask, pale nails, usually light coloured eyes, orange hair encroaching on or replacing the black and brown hair, light almost white colour on the inside of the rear legs, and the one that’s a no brainer is a red tip to the end of the tail as opposed to a black tip.

Weight Stock Coat

Dogs: 30kg to 40kg Bitches: 22kg to 32kg

Size Dogs: 60cm to 65cm + or – 1cm Bitches: 55cm to 60cm + or – 1cm

Long Stock Coat

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Head

A beautiful male head, not the broadest skull but a lovely head nonetheless

A beautiful female head with the desired expression

Expressive, alert, noble, a look of keen innate intelligence, dry – meaning not lippy and jowly, well coloured and well pigmented with dark almond shaped eyes. The head must be in proportion to the dog, the bigger the dog the bigger the head should be. The head should be wedge shaped looking down on it. Proportions are 50/50/50 – skull width/skull length/muzzle length. Dry – as in not lippy/jowly – Lower jaw should be strong.

Correct male and female head ratio

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Teeth

A 'small degree' of level bite will allow class II classification only.

Medium size. Almond shaped. Slightly slanting. Not protruding. As dark as possible – past references to 'matching the surrounding coat' no longer applies. Light eyes are not desirable – this is an aesthetic issue, as with round eyes they spoil the expression, light eyes are noted in the standard as being an indicator of paling pigment.

42 teeth - upper 20 lower 22. Teeth must be healthy and strong and clean. Scissor bite - 2mm + gap over or under is an ‘eliminating fault', this means no grading. The scissor bite applies to the side of the mouth not just the incisors. All adult teeth should be erupted by age 7 months. Large spaces between the teeth are a fault. Sometimes I have seen a gap, a misalignment where a double P1 has been removed! A straight dental ridge of the incisors is a fault. Missing teeth are a fault – 1 PM + one other tooth / 1 canine / 1 PM or Molar 2 or 3 teeth Level bite is an eliminating fault – no grading. There are degrees of this though. A test is to flick your nail against the face of the teeth and if there is a defined click of the nail it is noted but acceptable.

Eyes

Correct bite, teeth size and positioning - Scissor Bite

Ears

Overshot bite and undershot bite is an eliminating fault. Undershot bite - when the lower jaw is longer than upper jaw - is rarely seen. It is very rare to get missing canines or incisors.

Medium size. Carried erect. Pointed. Facing forward. Semi-erect ears, low set ears, inward tipped ears and infirm ears are a ‘serious fault’ such dogs are dropped a grading. Ears should be in proportion to the size of the dog, a growing trend is for ears getting too large, a little thin in their leather and they move around during gaiting and sometimes we see ears that have a roll backed tip.

Wry bite is an eliminating fault – this can be seen with the mouth closed by looking down on the dog’s muzzle that will show a slight bend.

Ear Types:

Correct ears

Large open inward tilted ears Low set ears

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Soft ears roll back tip Large ears

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Neck Strong and well muscled. Carried at about 45 degrees in stance and lower – about 15 degrees in gaiting. Good length - about the same length as the radius - elbow to wrist. Not short.

Level withers, downward bend to the lumbar spine - curved backline

Withers The withers are the section that goes from the base of neck, from the last cervical vertebrae, to the start of the back, this incorporates the first 5 or 6 of the 13 thoracic vertebrae spines. As a general rule the majority of pedigree dogs have the tops of the thoracic spines located level with or just below the top of the shoulder blades. German Shepherd Dogs with a high anticlinal back relative to the tops of the shoulder blades generally have the tops of the thoracic spines T2 > T3 level with or just above the top of the shoulder blades [10mm > 15mm] and German Shepherd Dogs with a lower anticlinal spine position will have the tops of the thoracic spines level with or just below the tops of the shoulder blades. The developmental changes that have taken place within the withers of the German Shepherd Show Dog are seen below and as can be seen, the impact on the withers shape and definition from both the side and cross section is quite profound. The most efficient position for the thoracic spines relative to the tops of the shoulder blades is open to argument. An argument that can never be resolved in scientific terms due the complexities involved in movement during the trot.

The back as defined in the FCI/SV standard

Straight back and straight lumbar spine

Straight back and bend to a straight lumbar spine

Curved back created by a downward lumbar spine bend

Long withers, well laid shoulder blade and correct length and strength of neck

Curved back and bend to the lumbar spine. As with the bitch seen above, the lumbar spine is straight and this creates the 'peak' at the thoracic lumber transition point.

Short withers; slightly steep shoulder blade and short neck

Straight level back, high hip position, level withers and straight level lumbar spine

High long sloping withers

High long sloping withers with a straight slightly sloping back and straight lumbar spine

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Croup

Forehand

The croup is primarily formed by the pelvis starting at the iliac crest, the pin bones, includes the tail vertebrae, dermis, skin, muscle etc. It should be long and slightly sloping at about 23 degrees [equates to approximately 27 degrees to the horizontal plain through the pelvis]

Very good length of croup = wide thigh

Tail

The standard requires the tail to reach at least to the hock ‘but not beyond the middle of the hock’ and hang in a gentle curve. The tail is a measure of the dog’s soul, he communicates with it and perhaps it is useful for balancing in movement especially turning at speed but this is a point of conjecture and debate.

The tail is a measure of the dog’s soul, he communicates with it and perhaps it is useful for balancing in movement especially turning at speed but this is a point of conjecture and debate.

Scapula/shoulder blades contribute to forward propulsion, assist the front legs to lift and swing and help absorb shock. Tradition has it that they should be set at approximately 45 degrees to the horizontal as seen in my diagram however there is argument for 55 degrees, which I support. The ridge that runs longitudinally through the scapula gives it reinforcement.

Pasterns are a collection of seven bones and the pasterns should be 1/3 the length of the forearm - the radius - and set at 20 to 22 degrees and effectively act as shock absorbers when the dog is walking, trotting etc. and have a significant flexion and extension range.

Through their ligaments during gaiting as the stretch they store energy and via this contribute to the forward drive. Feet should be rounded and tight, nails black. The feet should be pointing straight ahead when viewed from the front.

The scapula is only attached to the trunk by muscles and tendons and it oscillates back and forth as it directs energy to the upper arm and on to the forelegs. The angle of the shoulder blade determines the angle of the foreleg at its [natural] fully extended forward reach.

Ideal Shoulder and Upperarm Length and Angle

Standing correct in front

The upper arm effectively transfers the energy, the forward shift in the dogs centre of gravity to the foreleg in its back and forth pendulum swing phases and is pulled forward by a long muscle attached to the base of the skull and rearward by two muscles attached to the rib cage. It does not extend past the vertical in its forward swing phase. Ideally it should be set at about 53 degrees off horizontal and be 10% longer than the scapula. Standing wide in front

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Standing east west

Standing narrow in front

Stepping correct in front

ANKC/CHEDS & PennHIP scoring

Forechest

This is created by the prosternum and should be about 50mm forward of the point of the shoulder. Overdeveloped forechests, i.e. a prosternum projecting too far forward can give the illusion that a dog with a steep upperarm has a very good angle of the upperarm.

Correct forechest (and correct length and angle of the shoulder and upperarm)

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Underchest

The sternum forms the base of the underchest and anchors the rib cage and gives support to the elbows. In terms of genetic frequency, chests are getting deeper. Ideally the chest should be about 45% of the dog’s height, this was the norm many years ago but most are now at around 50%. The chests primary function is to provide protection to the heart and lungs. The ribs not going back far enough create a short underchest and this reduces vital organ space. This 'tuck up' is beneficial to galloping as it allows greater back flexing, increases speed and increases stride, this is seen in Greyhounds for example but it is not desirable for a trotting endurance dog.

Well developed under chest

For reasons of balance and equitable transfer of energy the upper thigh (femur) and lower thigh (tibia) are about the same length and are very roughly speaking the same length as the shoulder blade and upperarm. What is overangulation? A m i s n o m e r, r e a l l y . T h e w o r d 'overangulation' is generally used to describe a dog where the hock, when vertical, extends too far back past a vertical line dropped from the dog’s buttocks because the tibia is too long. The lengths of the femur ‘primarily’ determine hindquarter angulation and tibia and it is generally the tibia. In quantifiable terms the general definition for 'ver y good hind angulation' is when the femur and tibia bones are the correct length and angle.

Correct hind angulation

Shift in pivot points - Alongside an increased trunk/ribcage and associated increase in mass and substance, the most significant change in the structure of the German Shepherd Dog since its inception in 1900

Overangulation

Hip Joint

Short under chest [straight back]

Hindquarters The hindquarters specifically their muscles provide the bulk of the drive that gives forward propulsion.

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In a moderate trotting phase the load on the hip joint is six times the dog’s bodyweight and that is an enormous load - 170/180 kilos! Hip joints relative to the withers pivot point are lower than they once were because of the downward bend/curve to the lumbar spine. This has an impact on a number of issues pertaining to movement such as maneuverability, energy consumption, endurance, and increasing the hip joint angle to cover the same stride length.

The impact of a downward curve to the lumbar spine and a longer lower thigh - increased topline slope, hip and knee closer to the ground, flatter angle to the tibia and lower relationship of the knee to the elbow.

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Movement This is correct movement - no exaggeration, balanced, harmonious, the withers have good height and the backline is at a slight not excessive slope, the feet are travelling at about [standing] wrist height from the ground, the forward extended foreleg is at the right angle to the ground being a parallel angle to the well laid shoulder blade and it is not being lifted at the elbow, the pasterns are firm, the front foot seen here at full extension is in a vertical line midway between the eyes and nose. There is moderate not excessive crossover between the rear and front feet, the metatarsus [hock] at the fully extended forward position is well angled to the ground and consequently not in contact with the ground, the tibia and femur are fully extended with the tibia at the correct angle to the ground and there is the desired angle of the metatarsus at its full rearward extension.

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Harmonious, balanced, effortless, flowing, ground covering and enduring movement as described in the opening preamble only comes about if everything is in balance. If the croup is short and steep causing reduced thrust and reduced ground cover even if the dog has a perfect forehand the dog can only correspond or perhaps a better word is match the rear hand. The fore reach will be shortened even though it may be able to reach twice as far as it does. The reverse applies with having an ideal hindquarter but short steep upperarm, the dog will react in several ways; it will reduce its hind drive to match the forehands capacity thereby not overloading the forehand or it will deliver the drive unencumbered but lift the forelegs at the elbow as in high hackney stepping to disperse the unwanted thrust. Maximizing energy and ensuring endurance is the best outcome therefore the former action is preferred. There are endless combinations to this but you have got the idea of compensatory drive and reach and the fact that sometimes two faults are better than one!

The two drawings above show the optimum transmission line that is generated from the rear to fore pivot points [red dots] on a dog with a straight spine and high hip position [black and white diagram] and impeded transmission line that is generated from the rear to fore pivot points on a dog with a curved spine and low hip position [coloured photograph]. The GSD is a trotter and the fore and hind limbs must be coordinated in other words balanced [not equal] in their length and angle so that the dog can transfer energy from the hindquarters to the forehand without any essential change of the topline so that the forehand limbs can fully maximise that energy. Key elements to an effective gait are the dog being of correct size, having correct proportions of the body, having good length and angles of the bones and those lengths and angles being balanced against each other. At its optimum this will give a gait that is far reaching, a gait that gives the impression of being effortless and travelling 'relatively level' over the ground. The head in movement is pushed forward to shift the centre of gravity forward and with a slightly raised tail the result is a consistent smooth trot showing a gently curved uninterrupted upper line from the ear tips over the neck and back to the end of the tail.

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Finally, all of the above means ‘absolutely nothing’ if the dog is not trustworthy, if it does not have the right attitude, protective instincts, character, abundant energy, instinctive drive, firm nerves, sound outgoing self assured temperament and inherent eager willingness to run, work and please. The above information is an extract from a full article written by Mr Louis Donald, a licensed ANKC Group 5 Judge and Specialist German Shepherd Dog Judge with over 50 years of experience in the breed. The full article can be viewed on his website: www.louisdonald.com Photo credits: Supplied by the GSDCQ

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THE GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG GALLERY INSIGHT Photo credits: Supplied by the GSDCQ

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Zone 2 Dog World Column, April 2017 embers in Zone 2 have endured a quite severe summer and hopefully we are finally entering the (slightly) cooler part of the year. With the cooling of the weather, members will be breathing a big sigh of relief that the fierce summer we have endured is beginning to subside.

Bundaberg Easter Eggstravaganza Well, not long now until this major event in Bundaberg from 14th to 17th April. If you are able to at all, please get along to this event as it will be a wonderful time for all. The Bundaberg Club have worked extremely hard to provide an undercover venue, ample camping, a great canteen and an international panel of Judges so this event is well worth supporting. See you there!

What’s On in Zone 2 in April?

Amenities Show – Mt Perry, Sunday 23 rd April, 2017

In April, Zone 2 members have a choice of several events to participate in, including:

Members, especially those in Zone 2, are asked to support the Amenities Show being conducted in Zone 2 on 17th April.

Magpies Mackay And District Obedience Club Double Rally-O and Obedience (Mackay) – 1st April

Nanango Kennel Club and Show Society Championship Shows (Nanango) – 7th and 9th April

Bundaberg Kennel Club Easter Eggstravaganza 14th – 17th April

This Show is being held in conjunction with the Mt Perry Ag Show (being held on 22nd April) and is very important in raising money to be spent in the Zone. These fundraising Shows enable Clubs in the area to apply for grants towards expenditures used to improve their facilities for the benefit of exhibitors.

Gayndah Show Society Champ Ag Show (Gayndah) – 15th April

Maryborough Dog Obedience Club Double Rally-O and Obedience (Maryborough) – 15th April

Rockhampton Dog Obedience Club Agility, Jumpers and Games, Obedience (Rockhampton) – 22nd and 23rd April

Pioneer Valley Kennel Club Champ Shows (Finch Hatton) – 22nd and 23rd April

Mt Perry Show Society Champ Ag Show (Mt Perry) – 22nd April

Grounds Committee of DQ Zone 2 Amenities Champ Show (Mt Perry) – 23rd April

Capricorn Coast Kennel Club Champ Show (Rockhampton) – 29th April

CQ Toy Dog Club Champ Show (Rockhampton) – 29th April

Rockhampton Kennel Club Champ Show (Rockhampton) – 30th April

Gympie Dog Obedience Club Agility and Jumpers (Gympie) – 30th April

This Show weekend should be a lot of fun. There is free camping at the Mt Perry Showgrounds, the weather is usually beautiful at this time of year, the ring set up is fantastic and the Saturday night is the big night of the local Ag Show so there should be plenty of fun activities. Entries are only $10 per class (plus ground levy) so some of the cheapest in Queensland. Of course, most importantly, these Shows raise funds directly for the Zone and without them being successful; our Clubs will not be able to be sustainably supported as they have been to date.

Show Workers Needed I know this subject has been done to death, but it needs to be mentioned again. Not only in Zone 2, but in all of Queensland, Show Workers are desperately needed to ensure that we can continue to enjoy our hobby. If we have a number of qualified Show Managers, Stewards and Writers, this enables the workload to be spread so that it doesn’t impact on everyone’s time but does ensure that our hobby survives.

Safe travels to all attending events throughout April.

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I can certainly appreciate that members want to relax on their weekends at Shows but the same poor people who continue to do all the work have probably worked just as many hours during the week and would also appreciate a little bit of relaxation at the dog Shows over the weekend. Our hobby survives on volunteers – with the numbers dwindling we may soon be faced with a situation where paid workers will have to be brought in. Many clubs already do this in various forms but the financial strain and necessity will ultimately result in higher fees for exhibitors if more people do not volunteer.

Submissions Submissions for the column of news or photos are always welcome. Please feel free to send to me at: craig.pettett1@bigpond.com Until next time.

Did you know? Exhibitors are not permitted to move their crates, trolleys and dogs into the assembly area while the group prior to them is being judged. It is very important for exhibitors to obey and adhere to this rule. There is generally a break between the conclusion of a group and the beginning of the next group to allow a changeover. Some may find it surprising to learn that if there is a big crush of exhibitors waiting to get into the assembly area or moving in before the completion of the preceding group, this creates a bottleneck and prevents the exhibitors finishing to easily leave the area, which in turn provides the space for the next group’s exhibitors to move in. As a matter of common sense and courtesy, please allow the exhibitors finishing in a ring to move out of the assembly area before you move in – it will ensure a much smoother transition for everyone involved. Also be aware that it is not appropriate to move to your assembly area through other assembly areas. Sometimes it may seem like a very convenient short cut but please be considerate to other exhibitors who are trying to manage their dogs in the designated assembly area. It is extremely difficult to be disruptive to that group to have others moving through on their way to another area. If you have moved into the assembly area with your dogs prior to the end of the preceding group, please do not be offended when the Steward or a Show or Club official asks you to move back out.

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The Painting

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n 21st July 1969 there was a tremendous explosion when 3 Pl, A COY of 6RAR entered an unmarked Viet Cong minefield in Phouc Tuy Province of the then South Vietnam. It was an M16 'bounding mine'which when activated, bounds (read 'jumps') in to the air at the height of about one metre and then explodes sending murderous shrapnel over a broad space around it. This is what happened to 3 Pl. There were many dead and wounded soldiers. Two of the wounded were combat engineer Sappers from 1 Field Squadron Group RAE whose job it was to clear mines out of the way of our forces, when required under orders of the commander of the supported group. The two Sappers were SPR Philip Baxter and SPR David Sturmer. They dressed each other’s wounds and then got on with the job of clearing safe lanes for the dead and wounded to be evacuated. The last two diggers to be medevaced to the Army hospital in Vung Tau were the two engineer Sappers. SPR Philip Baxter (being the senior of the two Sappers) was awarded the Military Medal and went on to be promoted to Corporal. Sapper David Sturmer, who had done everything that Philip Baxter had done, received nothing by way of recognition for his part in the minefield incident. After discharge from the military hospital in Vung Tau, both Sappers returned to their unit and continued to serve as combat engineers. Some seven months later, Sapper David Sturmer was again involved in an horrific minefield incident where he was seriously wounded yet again. This time his wounds were so severe that he was medically repatriated to Australia for his treatment. After treatment, David Sturmer reached the end of his obligation time for a National Serviceman and was discharged back into civilian life. David has PTSD. One of his many tools to help him with this disorder is to paint pictures. Lieutenant George Hulse was Troop Officer of 1 Troop, 1 Field squadron Group RAE in 1968/69. The 1 TP guys are very close and this camaraderie has stuck with them ever since they were together in Vietnam. George and David caught up with each other on several occasions when the engineers held a reunion. But that changed to frequent contact when David told George about his painting hobby. David asked George if he would like to see some of his work. He did. David sent George a couple of images of his work depicting scantily clad females. Not George’s cup-of-tea at all. George asked David if he could paint animals.

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Yes - of course! David sent George a painting of a FROG! A frog? George was becoming a little miffed at David, but was very impressed with David’s stylised version of a frog. Then came the voice conversation that would change everything. It went like this: George: ”So Dave, the frog is great, but mate, can you paint a dog? David: ”OK, send me a photo of a dog and I’ll see what I can do.” George: ”I’ll send you an image of explosive detection dog Herbie. Herbie was the dog that was killed in action when Sapper Darren Smith and Sapper Jacob Moerland were all killed in action by a roadside IED in Afghanistan on 7 June 2010. Herbie was a very bright young dog. Only had two speeds. Flat-chat and asleep. Probably why they called him Herbie”. David: ”Geez mate that’s sad, I will do my best” David painted a water-colour of Herbie and sent it to George. It was Herbie all right. David captured his personality and precisely how he looked when he was alive. George was 'blown away' with David’s talent. The painting of Herbie created a problem in the Sturmer household. Dave’s wife, Amanda, had fallen in love with Herbie and would have a conversation with him (Herbie) often. Now came the time for her to say 'goodbye' to Herbie, and it was an emotional event. Next conversation: George: ”Dave, mate, that painting of Herbie is a gob-smacker” David: ” Thanks George, do you have any more subjects for me to paint?” George:

”Can you do six dog’s faces on the one canvas and capture each of their personalities like you did with Herbie?”

David: ”Six dogs? I’ll have a go at it, send me the images and a profile on each dog and I’ll put it together as an oil-on-canvas”. George sent David the images and their personality profiles.

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Continued from page 39 These six dogs were all killed in action at the hand of the Taliban during the Afghanistan War. Four of them were Special Air Service Regiment combat assault dogs and two were engineer explosive detection dogs. One of the SASR dogs was CAD Devil, the dog that had been handled by Corporal Mark Donaldson VC. In order to help David with the costs of producing this oil-on-canvas, both the Australian Defence Force Trackers and War Dogs Association (ADFTWDA) and George conjointly commissioned David to undertake the work. David just wanted reimbursement of costs for the paint and canvas - nothing for himself. That is so typical of David. He does things to help other people and in so doing, his generosity helps him as well.

David has PTSD. One of his many tools to help him with this disorder is to paint pictures. As the painting was being outlined and then filled in with detail, David would send George his progress reports on the painting mission. It was progressing well. But, there was a problem. George did not have a perspective on the size of the painting. This was to prove almost fatal some months later. George thought that the painting was about the same size as the one for Herbie, albeit 'Landscape' in presentation rather than in 'Portrait'. George briefed a meeting of the ADFTWDA on what was coming and the consensus of the meeting was that the painting would be raffled to help pay for the ADFTWDA medals for dogs program. David finished his project, packed up the painting and sent it to George through the Australia Post system. It arrived in excellent condition. Except for the timing and its size. The painting arrived at the same time as a large number of kitchen cabinets at the Hulse household were delivered by a kitchen builder. It appeared that the painting was just another item for the kitchen. Its sides measured more that one and a half metres wide by a little over a metre long. George took a Stanley knife and sliced away at the covering bubble wrap. He discovered some cloth sheeting. This was not protective material for kitchen cabinets. He stopped slicing and began to carefully remove the protective wrapping and discovered this huge painting of the six dogs.

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It is a masterpiece! David has faithfully captured the six dogs in the way they appeared in real-life. Masterpiece! George displayed the panting to the ADFTWDA committee. This was not raffle material. It was considered to be worthy of a title. One of the members of the committee, RAAF Sergeant Craig Westendorf, suggested 'Silent Guardians'. The committee loved the name and so the painting had a title. If it was not raffle material, then how did the committee propose raising funds with it? It would be auctioned. There was a raft of auctioneer offices contacted about a proposed auction, but none of them were convincing enough for the committee to use their services. The opportunity to auction the painting came from a most unusual opportunity. Military Working Dog Day, 7th June 2014. Sapper Darren Smith is the first Australian military working dog handler to be KIA on the battlefield while working an Australian dog. A monument has been erected at the RSPCA Campus, Station Road, Wacol in Brisbane to honour him, Sapper Jacob Moerland and EDD Herbie. 7th June each year has been nominated as 'Military Working Dog Day' throughout the ADF to celebrate the work undertaken by MWD teams on behalf of the Australian people. A memorial service and parade is conducted at the RSPCA site in Brisbane every year on 7th June. In 2014, The ADFTWDA held the annual parade and memorial service at the RSPCA Campus, Wacol. The secretary of the ADFTWDA, John Quane, mentioned that it would be a good idea to bring the painting to the event and have it 'aired in public'. This turned out to be an excellent idea. Corporal Mark Donaldson VC attended but informed us that he could only stay for a couple of minutes. However, when George Hulse 'put it on him' to unveil the painting, Mark ended up staying for a whole lot longer than a couple of minutes. At the unveiling, Mark spoke about the SASR dogs and his own dog, Combat Assault Dog Devil, and the value that the combat soldiers placed on these dogs. George spoke about the explosive detection dogs. This event can be accepted as the 'first' unveiling by Mark of 'Silent Guardians'. There were to be two more. With the painting unveiled, the ADFTWDA decided to call for bids from the assembled folk. One bid was offered. The bid to buy 'Silent Guardians' came from Peter Hayes and his wife Peggy. The opening bid was $6,000. There were no competing bids.

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The gathering on 7th June 2014 was a small grouping of likeminded people. The ADFTWDA needed to expand the painting into the general community. The opportunity for this arrived with the Sydney Dog Lovers Show in October 2015. Mark Donaldson VC attended this event and again, explained the role of military working dogs in the ADF followed by officially unveiled the painting to the Australian general community. Mark was a 'hit' with everyone at the show and he spent a lot of time talking informally with anyone who wanted to speak to him. Mark is an excellent Ambassador for the ADF and is an icon in Australian society. He is also an Army doggie. The painting now had a title, an owner, and had been dedicated and unveiled twice by Corporal Mark Donaldson VC. It needed a permanent home where members of the general community could admire David Sturmer’s work. The task of finding an appropriate display place was given to George. He contacted the Australian War Museum, the Australian National Gallery in Canberra and the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. They informed George that while they would be delighted to accept the painting, they could not guarantee that it would be displayed to the general public any time soon - if ever at all. This was because each of these august institutions have thousands literally many thousands - of works of art waiting for a chance to see the light of day.

However. It needed to be unveiled in its permanent home. Mark Donaldson VC was approached to dedicate 'Silent Guardians' for the third time. This occurred on 7th July 2016 in the Maroochydore RSL Club. Mark Donaldson VC, Colonel Bob Sayce CSC, Mr John Quane and officers of the RSL presented short speeches on the value to the ADF of the military working dog team and the significance of the six canines on 'Silent Guardians'. 'Silent Guardians' will become recognised, some time in the future, as a unique piece of military art connected to the Australian involvement in the War of Afghanistan. It is destined for 'Masterpiece' status. There were 100 limited edition prints made of 'Silent Guardians' and used as a fund-raising medium by the ADFTWDA. Two of these have been donated by the ADFTWDA to Dogs Queensland. Photo credits: Supplied by George Hulse

This was not acceptable to the President of the ADFTWDA, Warrant Officer Bob Jennings OAM (RAAF Retd). Not good enough for 'Silent Guardians'. George contacted the RSL. A member of the ADFTWDA committee, Mister Ian 'Ben' Hall, had contact through his official position with the RSL of Queensland with a Mister Tony Ferris. Tony was present when Mark dedicated the painting for the first time at the RSPCA Campus at Wacol. Tony is the President of the RSL Sunshine Coast and Regional District area and has access to a number of RSL Clubs in South East Queensland. He was approached by George to scout out a permanent home for the painting. Tony arranged for a meeting between George and Mister Ian Hicks of the Maroochydore RSL Club. The meeting proceeded in the Maroochydore RSL Club HQ where several members of the Committee and the General Manager viewed 'Silent Guardians'. Ian told George to go home - without the painting. An agreement between the Maroochydore RSL and Peter Hayes made sure that all arrangements were understood by all parties to the painting. It remains at Maroochydore where the Club is committed to present it as a permanent exhibit in a visible location in the Club.

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Agility Sub-Committee Fundraiser Trial

JUMPERS AND GAMES TRIAL

Winners from Dogs Queensland Agility Sub Committee’s Jumpers and Games Trial Held at: Durack on 10th March 2017 Judged by: Ms K. Deguet and Mrs M. Anderson Sponsored by Royal Canin

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March amendments and notes Mt Perry Show Society Championship Show 22nd April 2017 Mr G. Minchinton replaces Mrs N. Zimmerle Zone 2 Amenities Championship Show 23rd April 2017 Mr G. Minchinton replaces Mrs N. Zimmerle

Show day: Friday, 2nd June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 12th May 2017

BOONAH SHOW SOCIETY

Brookfield Show Society

Show venue: Boonah Showgrounds Macquarie St BOONAH

Championship Show 20th May 2017 Entry Fee for Sweepstakes is $5

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Kilcoy Show Society Kilcoy Show Society incorrect date. Please note that the Kilcoy Show Society changed their Show date without notifying Dogs Queensland. The published date of Friday 21st April is incorrect. The Kilcoy Show Dog Section will take place on FRIDAY 28TH APRIL. There will be no passes issued for this show, a gate list will be used.

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Show Secretary Dog Section Entries to: P.O. Box 1 BOONAH 4310 online entries through Show Manager Imelda Lines Enquiries: Ph: (07) 5463 5386 Show day contact: 0439 093 702 Classes:

JUDGING ORDER:

CAMPING BOOKINGS AT THE DOGS QUEENSLAND SHOWGROUNDS Please note that any and all bookings to Camp at the Showgrounds must be made using the SHOW MANAGER website, available via the Dogs Queensland Website.

Ring 1: Mrs N. Hammond-Robertson (NSW) Ring 2: Mr K. Hammond AFSM (NSW) Ring 3: Mrs V. Schneider

Groups 1 and 5 Groups 3 and 4 Groups 6 and 7 Group 2

Ring 4: Mrs L. Roebig General Mrs N. Hammond-Robertson (NSW) Specials: Entry fees: $9, $3 Catalogue PR O UDLY S P O N S O R E D B Y :

Judging time: 8:30am with Groups 1, 3, 6 and 2

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Show day: Saturday, 3rd June 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 3rd May 2017

GIN GIN SHOW SOCIETY

Show venue: Puma Service Station Bruce Hwy GIN GIN

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Please remember that all exhibitors are responsible for the safety and control of their children at all times during canine events

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Gin Gin A P & I Society, Entries to: P.O. Box 5655 BUNDABERG WEST 4670 online entries through Show Manager Marilyn Dyckhoff Ph: (07) 4155 1443 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0408 851 443 JUDGING ORDER: Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 1: Miss C. Stuart (NSW) Groups 7, 6, 2 and 3 Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 2: Mrs H. Beasley (NSW) Groups 1, 4 and 5 General Miss C. Stuart (NSW) Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy and Puppy Entry fees: $10 + $2 Ground Levy per entry, $3 Catalogue Overnight Camping and Cabins, Puma Caravan Park, Phone (07) 4157 2192 for Bookings and Costs

Judging time: 9:00am with Sweepstakes

Show day: Sunday, 4th June 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 3rd May 2017

ISIS KENNEL CLUB Show venue: Puma Service Station Bruce Hwy GIN GIN

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Isis and District Canine Club Entries to: P.O. Box 5655 BUNDABERG WEST 4670 online entries through Show Manager Enquiries:

Margaret Burgess Ph: (07) 4156 3385 Show day contact: Ph: 0428 563 386 JUDGING ORDER:

Ring 1: Mrs H. Beasley (NSW)

Puppy Sweepstakes, Groups 7, 6, 2 and 3

Ring 2: Miss C. Stuart (NSW)

Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Groups 1, 4 and 5

General Mrs H. Beasley (NSW) Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy and Puppy Entry fees: $10 + $2 Ground Levy per entry, $3 Catalogue

Judging time: 8:30am with Sweepstakes

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Show day: Saturday, 3rd June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 5th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

LOCKYER VALLEY KENNEL CLUB Show venue: Gatton Showgrounds Spencer St, GATTON

3 CHAMPS / 1 OPEN SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries to: LVKC C/- P.O. Box 315 INALA 4077, online entries through Show Manager Enquiries: Andrew Ness Ph: 0428 193 824 (TEXT ONLY) or Karen Knight 0407 621 726 Show day contact: Ph: 0407 621 726 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs I. Homer (WA) Group 1 Ring 5: Miss S. Sewell (WA) Group 5 Ring 2: Mrs J. Sewell (WA) Group 2 Ring 6: Mrs S. Monk (WA) Group 6 Ring 3: Mrs M. Cochrane (WA) Group 3 Ring 7: Mr F. Waring (WA) Group 7 Ring 4: Mrs S. Mallia (WA) Group 4 General Specials: Mrs I. Homer (WA) Entry fees: $12, $3 Catalogue (to be ordered and paid with entries) Please Clearly Mark Entries AM CHAMP SHOW

Judging time: 8:30am Show day: Saturday, 3rd June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 5th May 2017

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and Enquiries: As above JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Miss T. Elliott-Dixon Group 1 Ring 5: Mrs S. Jewell Group 5 Ring 2: Mr A. Adams Group 2 Ring 6: Mr K. McGinn Group 6 Ring 3: Mrs A. McGinn Group 3 Ring 7: Ms J. Baker Group 7 General Specials: No General Specials Ring 4: Mrs M. Hammond Group 4 Entry fees: $5, $2 Catalogue (to be ordered & paid with entries) Please Clearly Mark Entries OPEN SHOW

OPEN SHOW

Judging time: 3:30pm Show day: Saturday, 3rd June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 5th May 2017

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Handler Classes 7-under 10, 10-under 13, 13-under 19 Judges to be advised on the day Entries and Enquiries: As above

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs S. Mallia (WA) Group 1 Ring 5: Mr F. Waring (WA) Group 5 Ring 2: Mrs M. Cochrane (WA) Group 2 Ring 6: Mrs I. Homer (WA) Group 6 Ring 3: Miss S. Sewell (WA) Group 3 Ring 7: Mrs S. Monk (WA) Group 7 General Specials: Mrs M. Cachrane (WA) Ring 4: Mrs J. Sewell (WA) Group 4 Entry fees: $12, $3 Catalogue (to be ordered and paid with entries) Please Clearly Mark Entries PM CHAMP SHOW

Judging time: at the conclusion of the first Championship Show with Junior Handlers (not before 5:30pm) Show day: Sunday, 4th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 5th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and Enquiries: As above JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs M. Cochrane (WA) Group 1 Ring 5: Mrs I. Homer (WA) Group 5 Ring 2: Mrs S. Monk (WA) Group 2 Ring 6: Miss S. Sewell (WA) Group 6 Ring 3: Mrs S. Mallia (WA) Group 3 Ring 7: Mrs J. Sewell (WA) Group 7 Ring 4: Mr F. Waring (WA) Group 4 General Specials: Mrs J. Sewell (WA) Entry fees: $12, $3 Catalogue (to be ordered and paid with entries)

Camping Powered $26.50 Per Night, Non-Powered $15 Per Night Bookings 0407 621 726 or via Show Manager. Stewards and Writers Wanted. Full Canteen Operating.

PR O UDLY S P O N S O R E D B Y :

Judging time: 8:30am

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Show day: Friday, 9th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 19th May 2017

CABOOLTURE & DISTRICT P, A & I ASSOCIATION

Show venue: Caboolture Show Grounds Beerburrum Rd CABOOLTURE

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) 20 Abbeygrace Crt CABOOLTURE 4510 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Nadia Attridge Ph: (07) 5428 3420 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0407 591 165 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Ms C. Paine (NSW) Groups 1 and 3 Ring 2: Mrs M. Morphet Group 2 Ring 3: Mr B. Thompson (NSW) Groups 4 and 7 Ring 4: Mr A. MacAndie Groups 5 and 6 General Specials: Mr B. Thompson (NSW) Entry fees: $10, Catalogue $3

EARLY START AND NO BREAKS TO ALLOW TRAVELING TIME TO IPSWICH KC Judging time: 8:00am with Groups 1, 2, 4 and 5

Show day: Friday, 9th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 5th May 2017

TOOGOOLAWAH D, A & I ASSOC INC Show venue: Toogoolawah Show Grounds Ivory Creek Rd, TOOGOOLAWAH

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a)10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Dog Section P.O. Box 219 TOOGOOLAWAH 4313 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Alan John Knight Ph: 0407 621 726 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0407 621 726 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mr G. Minchinton Groups 1 and 4 Ring 2: Mrs P. Johansen Groups 2 and 6 Ring 3: Mr E. Ryder Groups 3 and 7 Ring 4: Mr G. Kill Group 5 General Mr G. Kill Specials: $11, $3 Catalogue (Paid With Entries) MUST include Entry fees: SSAE for Gate Passes Passes: 1 or 2 Dogs = 1 Pass, 3 or more Dogs = 2 Passes Stewards & Writers wanted Please

Judging time: 9:30am with Groups 1, 2, 3 and 5

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Show day: Friday, 9th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

BULL TERRIER CLUB OF QLD

Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave DURACK

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) P.O. Box 3123 TOOWOOMBA 4350 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Tanya Hoare Ph: 0416 064 097 Enquiries: Show day Contact: Kelly Burgess Ph: 0439 408 716 or Tanya Hoare Ph: 0416 064 097 JUDGING ORDER: Veteran Sweepstakes, Ring 10: Mr D. Hall (UK) Bull Terriers, Bull Terriers (Miniature) General Mr D. Hall (UK) Specials: Sweepstakes: Veteran $15 Members, $20 Non-Members, $10 Baby Puppy, Entry fees: $10 Veteran Sweepstakes, $8 Catalogue ROM Points available at Judge's Discretion Veteran Sweepstakes 7 Years +, Both Sex and Breed Variety Combined

Judging time: 6:00pm with Sweepstakes Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Veteran Sweepstakes, Ring 10: Mr R. Myall (USA) Bull Terriers, Bull Terriers (Minature) General Mr R. Myall (USA) Specials: Sweepstakes: Veteran $15 Members, $20 Non-Members, $10 Baby Puppy, Entry fees: $10 Veteran Sweepstakes, $8 Catalogue ROM Points available at Judge's Discretion Veteran Sweepstakes 7 Years +, Both Sex and Breed Variety Combined. Saturday Night Dinner, $25 Adults, $10 Children (5 - 12 Years) To be paid with entries. NO TICKETS AVAILABLE ON THE NIGHT

Judging time: 10:00am with Sweepstakes

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Show days: Friday, 9th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 19th May 2017

IPSWICH KENNEL CLUB WINTER CARNIVAL OF SHOWS

Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave DURACK

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries to:

Show Secretary 54 First Ave, BARELLAN POINT 4306 online entries through Show Manager

Enquiries:

Tanya McDonald Ph: (07) 3294 6717 Show day contact: 0407 694 119

Ring 10: Ring 7: Ring 11: Ring 3: Ring 14: Ring 15: Ring 5:

JUDGING ORDER: Mr D. Ceres Rubio (Brazil) Group 1 Ms K. Kawada (Japan) Group 2 Mr C. Ming Kok (Singapore) Group 3 Mr S. Gladstone (USA) Group 4 Mrs A. Mills (Canada) Group 5 Ms C. Graham (Canada) Group 6 Ms Y. Koda (Japan) Group 7

General Ms C. Graham (Canada) Specials: Entry fees: $15, $3 Catalogue

All Group and In Show Prizes will be Cash, All Best of Breeds receive a Trophy. The Club reserves the the right to appoint additional Judges if entry numbers warrant.

ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

Judging time: 3:30pm

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Show days: Sunday, 11th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 19th May 2017

IPSWICH KENNEL CLUB WINTER CARNIVAL OF SHOWS

Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave DURACK

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Handler 7-under 10, 10-under 13 , 13-under 19 to be judged during lunch break Classes: Show Secretary 54 First Ave, BARELLAN POINT 4306 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Enquiries: Tanya McDonald Ph: (07) 3294 6717 Show day contact: 0407 694 119 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 10: Ms C. Graham (Canada) Group 1 Mrs J. Gladstone (USA) Part of Groups 2 and 6, American Staffordshire Terriers, Manchester Terriers, Scottish Terriers, West Highland Ring 2: White Terriers and Schnauzers (Miniature) Ring 13: Mrs J. Lawless (Ireland) Belgian Shepherd Dogs (All Varieties) Group 2 balance (less American Staffordshire Terriers, Ring 7: Ms Y. Koda (Japan) Manchester Terriers, Scottish Terriers and West Highland White Terriers) Ring 11: Mrs A. Mills (Canada) Group 3 Ring 3: Mr C. Ming Kok (Singapore) Group 4 (Afghan Hounds to be Judged in Rings 19 and 20) Ring 14: Ms K. Kawada (Japan) Group 5 (Less Belgian Shepherd Dogs) Ring: 15 Mr S. Gladstone (USA) Group 6 Ring 5: Mr D. Ceres Rubio (Brazil) Group 7 General Mr D. Ceres Rubio (Brazil) Specials: Entry fees: $15, $3 Catalogue

All Group and In Show Prizes will be Cash, All Best of Breeds receive a Trophy. The Club reserves the the right to appoint additional Judges if entry numbers warrant ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

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Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

QUEENSLAND AFGHAN HOUND ASSOCIATION Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Please collect and place your rubbish in waste bin

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Parent & Progeny Show Secretary Entries to: 40 Whiteside Rd, WHITESIDE 4503 online entries through Show Manager Liane Horne Ph: (07) 3285 5503 or 0418 783 823 Enquiries: Show day Contact: 0418 783 823 JUDGING ORDER: Afghan Hounds followed by Rings 19 Mrs B. Arndt (Canada) and 20: Parent and Progeny General Mrs B. Arndt (Canada) Specials: First Entry $20 Members, $25 Non-Members, Subsequent Entries $15, Baby Puppy $15 (if not first entry), $12 Entry fees: Progeny, $20 Catalogue covers both shows, to be paid with entry). Membership $10 Single, $15 Double Veterans Parade Please provide a short Resume

Judging time: 10:00am with Veterans Parade Show day: Sunday, 11th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Rings 19 Mrs A. Novak (Slovenia) Afghan Hounds and 20:

General Mrs A. Novak (Slovenia) Specials:

First Entry $20 Members, $25 Non-Members, Subsequent Entries $15, Baby Puppy $15 (if not first Entry fees: entry), $20 Catalogue covers both shows, to be paid with entry. Membership $10 Single, $15 Double ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

Judging time: After Breed Judging at Ipswich Kennel Club (Not before 10:00am)

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Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

BASSET HOUND CLUB OF QLD

Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

BELGIAN SHEPHERD CLUB OF QLD Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

OPEN SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) The Secretary Entries to: P.O. Box 14 SAMFORD 4520 Michelle McGinn Ph: 0416 213 253 Enquiries: Show day Contact: 0416 213 253 JUDGING ORDER: Veteran Sweepstakes, Basset Hounds Rings 3: Mrs N. Attridge and Property Classes General Mrs N. Attridge Specials: Property Property Classes Best Head, Best Gait, Best Front Classes: Automatic entry if entered in Championship Show, Open Show Only $5 with an entry form required,$3 Entry fees: Property Classes & Sweepstakes, $2 Catalogue (covers both Shows)

Judging time: 10:00am with Sweepstakes Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Veteran Sweepstakes, Rings 3: Mr D. Ceres Rubio (Brazil) Basset Hounds and Property Classes General Mr D. Ceres Rubio (Brazil) Specials: Property Best Head, Best Gait, Best Front Classes: $10, $5 Property Classes & Sweepstakes, $2 Catalogue Entry fees: (covers both Shows)

Judging time: Not Before 11:00am with Sweepstakes

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1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 12 (a) Veteran 7+ 18(18a) P.O. Box 1204 PARK RIDGE 4125 online entries through Show Manager Jody Hafey Ph: 0450 637 559 Show day contact: Ph: 0450 637 559 JUDGING ORDER: Groenendael, Laekenois, Ms K. Lawless (Ireland) Malinois and Tervueren

Ring 21 and 22: General Ms K. Lawless (Ireland) Specials: $20 Members, $30 Non-Members, $15 Baby Puppy and Entry fees: Neuter, $6 Catalogue,

$50 Trophy Donation, After Show Function $5 Members, $10 Non-Members Membership $25 Single, $30 Dual. Double handling is allowed.

Judging time: 8:00am with Groenendael

Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

BELGIAN SHEPHERD CLUB OF QLD Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: Entries to: Enquiries:

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 12 (a) Veteran 7+ 18(18a) P.O. Box 1204 PARK RIDGE 4125 online entries through Show Manager Jody Hafey Ph: 0450 637 559 Show day contact: Ph: 0450 637 559 JUDGING ORDER: Laekenois, Malinois, Tervueren Mr S. Gladstone (USA) and Groenendael

Ring 21 and 22: General Mr S. Gladstone (USA) Specials: $20 Members, $30 Non-Members, $15 Baby Puppy and Entry fees: Neuter, $6 Catalogue

$50 Trophy Donation, After Show Function $5 Members, $10 Non-Members Membership $25 Single, $30 Dual Double handling is allowed.

Judging time: 8:00am with Laekenois

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Show day: Sunday, 11th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 12th May 2017

Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 12th May 2017

BORZOI CLUB OF QLD

BORZOI CLUB OF QLD Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

OPEN SHOW 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 12(12a) Brace, Team and Neuter18(18a) Sally Fricker 343 Curramore Rd, MALENY 4552 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Margaret Davis Ph: (07) 3372 4657 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0417 170 128 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 6: Mrs L. Trotter Borzoi's followed by Property Classes General Mrs L. Trotter Specials: Property Best Head, Best Topline, Best Gait, Best Feet, Best Tail, Best Classes: Self Colour, Parent and Progeny Automatic if entered in National, Open Show only entries Entry fees: Free, $2 Catalogues Classes:

Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes:

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 12(12a) Brace, Team and Neuter 18(18a)

Sally Fricker Entries to: 343 Curramore Rd MALENY 4552 online entries through Show Manager Margaret Davis Enquiries: Ph: (07) 3372 4657 Show day contact: 0417 170 128

Held in conjunction with Ipswich Kennel Club Championship Show. The Bozoi Club's Open Show will pause if needed for Ipswich Kennel Club Group Specials.

Judging time: 1:00pm

JUDGING ORDER: Ring 6: Mrs A. Novak (Slovenia)

Borzoi's followed by Property Classes

General Specials: Mrs A. Novak (Slovenia)

Best Head, Best Topline, Best Gait, Best Property Feet, Best Tail, Best Self Colour, Parent and Classes: Progeny $25 First entry (includes Catalogue), $15 Subsequent Entries, $10 Baby Puppy, Entry fees: $5 Proper ty Classes, $10 Additional Catalogues

Please ensure all entry forms are completed correctly

PR O UDLY S P O N S O R E D B Y :

Judging time: 10:00am

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Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

CATTLE DOG AND KELPIE CLUB OF QLD INC Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

DACHSHUND CLUB OF QLD Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

OPEN SHOW KERRI LOUGHEED MEMORIAL SHOWS Classes: Entries to: Enquiries:

Rings 13: General Specials: Sweepstakes: Property Classes: Entry fees:

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 12(12a) 18(18a) P.O. Box 78 WATERFORD WEST 4133 online entries through Show Manager Diane Anderson Ph: (07) 3200 7223 Show day Contact: 0417 705 823 JUDGING ORDER: Brace Sweepstakes, Australian Cattle Dogs, Australian Kelpies, Mr J. Attridge Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dogs and Property Classes Mr J. Attridge Brace Best Head, Best Gait, Best Coat, Parent and Progeny Automatic entry if entered in Championship Show, Open Show Only $5 with an entry form required, $3 Property Classes, Brace $10, $3.50 Catalogue (covers both Shows)

Judging time: 8:30am with Sweepstakes

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) 79 Danyenah St LOGANHOLME 4129 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Joan Cross Ph: 0408 097 321 Enquiries: Show day Contact: 0408 097 321 JUDGING ORDER: Dachshunds MSH, WH, MWH, Ring 1: Mrs D. Graham (UK) LH, MLH and SH. General Mrs D. Graham (UK) Specials: Entry fees: $15, $10 Baby Puppy, $5 Catalogue (covers both Shows) Classes:

Parade of Veterans Prior to General Specials Perpetual Trophies for Best In Show and Breeder Best in Show

Judging time: 8.30 am with Miniature Smooth Haired Dachshunds Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes:

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 12(12a) 18(18a)

Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Brace Sweepstakes, Australian Cattle Dogs, Australian Kelpies, Rings 13: Ms Y. Koda (Japan) Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dogs and Property Classes General Ms Y. Koda (Japan) Specials: Sweepstakes: Brace Property Best Head, Best Gait, Best Coat, Parent and Progeny Classes: $15 Members, $18 Non-Members, $10 Sweepstakes, Entry fees: $3 Property Classes, $3.50 Catalogue (covers both Shows)

Judging time: Not before 1:00pm with Sweepstakes

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CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes:

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a)

Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Dachshunds SH, MSH, WH, Ring 1: Mr J. Bennett (UK) MWH, LH and MLH

General Mr J. Bennett (UK) Specials: $15, $10 Baby Puppy , $5 Catalogue (covers both Shows) Perpetual Trophies for Best In Show and Breeder Best in Show

Entry fees:

PR O UDLY S P O N S O R E D B Y :

Judging time: 2:00pm with Smooth Haired Dachshunds

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Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

DALMATIAN ASSOCIATION OF QLD INC

ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL CLUB OF QLD

Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

OPEN SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) 7 Birch Cl HEATHWOOD 4110 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Natasha McIntyre Ph: 0409 634 127 Enquiries: Show day Contact: 0409 634 127 JUDGING ORDER: Veteran Sweepstakes, Rings 7: Mr D. Brookes Dalmatians and Property Classes General Mr D. Brookes Specials: Sweepstakes: Veteran Property Best Gait, Best Head, Best Hindquarters and Tail Set, Classes: Best Spotted $5, $5 Veteran Sweepstakes, $2 Property Classes, Entry fees: $4 Catalogue (covers both Shows)

Judging time: 8:30am with Veteran Sweepstakes Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 20th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) 7-under 10, 10-under 13, 13-under 19, Judge to Handlers be advised on the day. Judged at conclusion of Classes: Championship Show Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Veteran Sweepstakes 7-under 10, Rings 7: Mr J. Marshall (VIC) Veteran Sweepstakes 10 and over, Dalmatians General Mr J. Marshall (VIC) Specials: Sweepstakes: Veteran $15 Non-Members , $12 Members, Neuter Class and Entry fees: Veteran Sweepstakes $12 Non-Members, $10 Members $4 Catalogue (covers both Shows) PR O UDLY S P O N S O R E D B Y :

Judging time: At conclusion of Open Show not before 10:30am with Veteran Sweepstakes

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Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

OPEN SHOW 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 12(12a) 18(18a) Mrs J. Watt 9 Clifton Cres DURACK 4077 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Kaye McGhie Ph: 0409 634 127 Enquiries: Show day Contact: 0409 634 127 JUDGING ORDER: Rings 11: Mr G. Wilshier English Springer Spaniels General Mr G. Wilshier Specials: Automatic if entered in Championship Show, Entry fees: $3 Open Show Only, $6 Catalogue Classes:

Judging time: 9:00am Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes:

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 12(12a) 18(18a)

Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: English Springer Spaniels and Rings 11: Mr S. Wraith (VIC) Property Classes General Mr S. Wraith (VIC) Specials: Property Dam and Progeny, Sire and Progeny, Breeders Team Classes: $15 Members, $20 Non-Members, $5 Property Entry fees: Classes, Free Catalogue PR O UDLY S P O N S O R E D B Y :

Cheques to be made payable to 'English Springer Spaniel Association of Qld' in full

Judging time: Not before 12:00pm

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Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 24th May 2017

Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 12th May 2017

FOX TERRIER CLUB OF QLD

RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK CLUB OF QLD

Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

OPEN SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries to:

1166 River Rd FERNEY 4650 online entries through Show Manager

Enquiries:

Jane Cantlon Ph: (07) 4129 7166 (Before 9:00pm) Show day Contact: 0422 721 486

JUDGING ORDER: Veteran Sweepstakes, Rings 8: Ms M. Lee Fox Terriers (smooth), Fox Terriers (Wire) and Property Classes General Ms M. Lee Specials: Sweepstakes: Veteran Property Best Tan and White, Best Black and White, Classes: Parent and Progeny Entry fees: $5, $3 Catalogue (covers both shows)

Judging time: 10:00am with Fox Terriers (Smooth) Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 24th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Rings 8: Mrs J. Gladstone (USA)

Fox Terriers (smooth), Fox Terriers (Wire)

General Mrs J. Gladstone (USA) Specials: Entry fees: $15, $3 Catalogue (covers both shows) PR O UDLY S P O N S O R E D B Y :

Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes:

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 12(12a) 18(18a) and Brace

Show Secretary Entries to: 16 Milford Crt EATONS HILL 4037 online entries through Show Manager Peter Cattach Enquiries: Ph: 0409 064 310 (after 6:00pm) Show day contact: 0409 064 310

JUDGING ORDER: Ring 4:

Dr M. Trésoor (Netherlands)

Rhodesian Ridgebacks and Property Classes

General Specials: Dr M. Tresoor (Netherlands) Property Classes Best Head (Dog/Bitch), Best Property Gait (Dog/Bitch), Best Ridge, Best Foot, Parent Classes: and Progeny $20 First Entry, $15 Subsequent Entries, $10 Entry fees: Brace, $6 Property, $15 Catalogues (to be prepaid with entries) Rescue Parade to be held prior to Judging and Veterans' Parade during Lunch Break. Please supply a Resume, (no more than 200 Words) by the Closing Date. Catalogue advertising ($30 full page colour) & Sponsorship available, Please contact Peter Cattach for further details. Please note Advertising copy must be supplied by the Closing date for entries. Property Classes Must be on separate entry forms or a $1 Administration fee will be charged. Neuter exhibits welcome to enter Properties. PR O UDLY S P O N S O R E D B Y :

Judging time: Not before 1:00pm with Fox Terriers (Smooth)

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Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

PROSERPINE WHITSUNDAY OBEDIENCE AND KENNEL CLUB Show venue: Main Ring Proserpine Showgrounds Jupp St, PROSERPINE

3 CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries to: PO Box 232 KOUMALA 4738, online entries through Show Manager Jaqui Connolly Ph: 0458 010 838 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0458 010 838 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs E. Joseph (VIC) Groups 1, 3 and 7 Ring 2: Mr R. Redhead (SA) Groups 2, 4, 5 and 6 General Specials: Mr R. Redhead (SA) Entry fees: $10 + $2 Ground Levy, $3 Catalogue, Camping $15 Per Night Judging time: 8:30am with Groups 1 and 2 Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mr R. Redhead(SA) Groups 1, 3 and 7 Ring 2: Mrs C. Redhead (SA) Groups 2, 4, 5 and 6 General Specials: Mrs C. Redhead (SA) Entry fees: $10 + $2 Ground Levy, $3 Catalogue, Camping $15 Per Night NO CHALLENGE CERTIFICATES AWARDED FOR BORZOIS Camping only permitted around the Main Ring and Stables. No Setting up prior to 10:00am Friday. Full Canteen all Weekend with a BBQ Friday Night

Judging time: 1/2 Hour after completion of First Championship Show with Groups 1 and 2 Show day: Sunday, 11th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs C. Redhead(SA) Groups 1, 3 and 7 Ring 2: Mrs E. Joseph (Vic) Groups 2, 4, 5 and 6 General Specials: Mrs E. Joseph (Vic) Entry fees: $10 + $2 Ground Levy, $3 Catalogue, Camping $15 Per Night Camping only permitted around the Main Ring and Stables. No Setting up prior to 10:00am Friday. Full Canteen all Weekend with a BBQ Friday Night

Judging time: 8:30am With Groups 1 and 2

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Show day: Thursday, 15th June 2017 Entries close: Monday, 22nd May 2017

Show day: Saturday, 17th June 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 17th May 2017

ROCKHAMPTON AGRICULTURAL & CITIZENS SHOW SOCIETY INC

ISIS AND DISTRICT CANINE CLUB

Show venue: Rockhampton Show Grounds, Canine Complex, Lion Creek Rd ROCKHAMPTON

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) P.O. Box 2080 WANDAL 4700 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Sue-Ellen Byrne Ph: 0450 637 559 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: (07) 4922 4900 or 0458 076 603 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs J. Armatys Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 General Mrs J. Armatys Specials: $10 + $2 Ground Levy, $3 Catalogue, Entry fees: $5 Additional Passes

Judging time: 9:30am with Group 1

Show day: Friday, 16th June 2017 Entries close: Sunday, 7th May 2017

LOWOOD SHOW SOCIETY Show venue: Lowood Showgrounds Station Rd LOWOOD (Second Gate)

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Joy Lanham P.O. Box 356 ORMEAU 4208 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Lynne Nielsen Ph: 0417 549 600 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0417 549 600 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mr S. Tassan Group 1 Ring 2: Mrs S. Tassan Groups 2 and 7 Ring 3: Mrs J. Croad Groups 3 and 5 oup 1 Ring 4: Mr P. Cousins Groups 4 and 6 oup 1 General Mr S. Tassan Specials: $10, $3 Catalogue (to be ordered and paid with entries), Entry fees: SSAE for return of Gate Passes OW CASH AND SASH SH Catering Available All Day

Judging time: 9:00am with Groups 1,2, 3 and 4

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Show venue: Bundaberg Recreational Precinct, Kendalls Rd BUNDABERG

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Isis and District Canine Club Entries to: P.O. Box 5655 BUNDABERG WEST 4670 online entries through Show Manager Enquiries:

Margaret Burgess Ph: (07) 4156 3385 Show day Contact: 0428 563 386 JUDGING ORDER:

Puppy Sweepstakes, Groups 7, 6, 2 and 3 Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 2: Mrs D. Besoff JP (NSW) Groups 1, 4 and 5 General Mr R. Besoff (NSW) Specials: Sweepstakes: Puppy and Baby Puppy Entry fees: $10 + $2 Ground Levy per entry, $3 Catalogue Ring 1: Mr R. Besoff (NSW)

Judging time: 9:00am with Sweepstakes Show day: Sunday, 18th June 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 17th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs D. Besoff JP (NSW) Ring 2: Mr R. Besoff (NSW)

Puppy Sweepstakes, Groups 7, 6, 2 and 3 Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Groups 1, 4 and 5

General Mrs D. Besoff JP (NSW) Specials: Sweepstakes: Puppy and Baby Puppy Entry fees: $10 + $2 Ground Levy per entry, $3 Catalogue

Judging time: 8:30am with Sweepstakes

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Show day: Saturday, 17th June 2017

Entries close: Saturday, 27th May 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

QUEENSLAND KENNEL COUNCIL

ONE OF QUEENSLAND'S OLDEST CLUBS

Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave DURACK Classes: Handlers Classes: Entries to: Enquiries:

Ring 10: Ring 8: Ring 11: Ring 3: Entry fees:

2 CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) 7-under 10, 10-under 13, 13-under 19 Judges to be advised on the day, to be judged in Lunch Break

Show Secretary 9 Clifton Cres DURACK 4077 online entries through Show Manager Contact: Jennifer Watt Ph: 0418 153 115 ( NO CALLS AFTER 9:00pm) Show day contact: 0418 153 115 JUDGING ORDER: Mrs K. Coralluzzo (VIC) Group 1 Ring 14: Mrs V. Schneider Group 5 Mrs B. Arndt (CANADA) Group 2 Ring 16: Mr M. Wilkinson (VIC) Group 6 Mrs A. Raymond (SA) Group 3 Ring 6: Mr C. Woodrow Group 7 Mrs A. Hearn (VIC) Group 4 General Specials: Mrs V. Schneider $12, $3 Catalogue

Judging time: 9:00am Show day: Sunday, 18th June 2017 Classes: Entries and Enquiries: Ring 10: Ring 8: Ring 11: Ring 3: Entry fees:

Entries close: Saturday, 27th May 2017

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) As above JUDGING ORDER: Mrs A. Raymond (SA) Group 1 Ring 14: Mrs A. Hearn (VIC) Group 2 Ring 16: Mrs B. Arndt (CANADA) Group 3 Ring 6: Mrs K. Coralluzzo (VIC) Group 4 General Specials: $12, $3 Catalogue

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Mrs A. Everson Mrs K. Haddon Mr M. Wilkinson (VIC) Mrs B. Arndt (CANADA)

Group 5 Group 6 Group 7

Judging time: 9:00am

JUDGES RESUMES

Mrs Anne Raymond (Victoria) Anne and her family bred their first litter of German Shorthaired Pointers in 1982 and since then have produced some 30 plus champions under the Valache prefix. Importing five GSP's from the UK, Romania, Canada and then more recently US, has added to their gene pool, and a small team of highly successful Dobermanns owned and handled by Anne's daughter Kate complete the Valache canine family. Mrs Anne Marie Hearn (Victoria) With nearly a lifetime association with the Irish Setter breed, by selective breeding and importing frozen semen Anne Marie and her husband have successfully combined both local and imported bloodlines to produce over 50 Champions in Australia and overseas. They have exported Irish Setters that have been great Ambassadors for 'Pendoric' and the breed to Europe, Sweden, Malta and the USA. Mrs Kristine Coralluzzo (Victoria) Kristine has the oldest exhibition Greyhound kennel in Australia. Breeding and importing top quality exhibition greyhounds from around the world since the 1970s. Producers of multiple Best in Show all Breeds winners. Royal Group winners, and Specialty winners including Best in Show at the Finnish Greyhound Specialty.

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Barbara Arndt (Canada) My family has always had dogs and in 1972 I purchased my first Afghan Hound. Presently three Afghan Hounds grace my furniture and my yard. I have also owned and shown Salukis and have a Standard Long Haired Dachshund that I am showing in the United States and Canada. As a breeder, owner and handler I have had the privilege of producing and finishing many Canadian and American Champions. Dogs of my breeding have many specialty and group wins in both Canada and the United States and have proven to be multi- talented in lure coursing, obedience and agility. I am licensed to judge all of the breeds in the Hound Group, the Gundog Group and part of the Terrier Group. I have had the privilege of judging at All Breed Shows in Canada, the United States, Australia and Slovakia. Mr Mick Wilkinson (Victoria) Mick and his wife Lois have owned, bred and exhibited Great Danes successfully for more than 40 years; they have had the great pleasure of seeing their dogs win many BIS, BISS and BIG. They have exported to the USA, Hong Kong and New Zealand. Mick has a genuine passion for dogs and enjoys all aspects from breeding, exhibiting to judging and has been fortunate enough to have been able to handle such breeds as Belgian Shepherds, German Shepherds, Stumpy Tail Cattle Dogs, Miniature Pinschers and Australian Silky Terriers as well as Great Danes.

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Show day: Sunday, 18th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 27th May 2017

QUEENSLAND KENNEL COUNCIL ONE OF QUEENSLAND'S OLDEST CLUBS Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack

OPEN SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 11(11a) Entries to:

Show Secretary 9 Clifton Cres DURACK 4077 online entries through Show Manager

Jennifer Watt Enquiries: Ph: 0418 153 115 (NO CALLS AFTER 9:00pm) Show day contact: 0418 153 115

Show day: Saturday, 24th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 3rd June 2017

MT LARCOM SHOW SOCIETY Show venue: Mt Larcom Show Grounds The Narrows Rd MT LARCOM

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Show Secretary Entries to: 2/50 Elizabeth St STH GLADSTONE 4680 Bob Collins Ph: 0438 737 436 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0438 737 436 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Ms K. Tosi Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 General Ms K. Tosi Specials: Entry fees: $10, $3 Catalogue, $1.15 Return Postage NO CHALLENGES AWARDED TO BULLMASTIFFS

Judging time: 9:30am with Group 1

JUDGING ORDER: Ring 9: Miss K. Maguire

Group 1

Ring 7: Mrs M. Lee

Group 2

Ring 12: Mrs J. Mannell Ring 4: Mrs J. McGregor

Group 3 Group 4

Ring 14: Mr L. Wright

Group 5

Ring 16: Mr G. Heyden

Group 6

Ring 6: Ms A. Adamopoulos

Baby Puppies must not be entered in any show event until the exhibitor receives back in the post their names and registration numbers from the CCC(Q) Ltd

Group 7

General Mrs J. Mannell Specials: Entry fees: $3 , $3 Catalogue

Judging time: 8:30am

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Show day: Saturday, 17th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 2nd June 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

THURINGOWA CITY KENNEL CLUB Show venue: Wordsworth Park Glenn Rd WOODSTOCK Classes: Handlers Classes: Entries to: Enquiries: Ring 1: Ring 2: Ring 3: General Specials: Sweepstakes: Entry fees:

3 CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS

1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) 7-under 10, 10-under 13, 13-under 19 Judges to be advised on the day, To be judged between Show 1 and 2 The Secretary P.O. Box 1290 TULLY 4854, online entries through Show Manager Louise Marsden Ph: 0429 896 558 Show day contact: Ph: 0429 896 558 JUDGING ORDER: Mrs A. Bowe (NSW) Groups 6, 2 and 3 Prof. B. Corbitt (NSW) Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Groups 1 and 5 Mrs M. Markotany (NSW) Groups 4 and 7 Mrs A. Bowe (NSW) Baby Puppy $13, $5 Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue, Camping $15 for the Weekend (No Mains Power available) Catering Available

Judging time: 10:00am with Sweepstakes Show day: Saturday, 17th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 2nd June 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and Enquiries: As above JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs M. Markotany (NSW) Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Groups 6, 2 and 3 Ring 2: Mrs A. Bowe (NSW) Groups 1 and 5 Ring 3: Prof. B Corbitt (NSW) Groups 4 and 7 General Specials: Prof. B Corbitt (NSW) Sweepstakes : Baby Puppy Entry fees: $13, $5 Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue, Camping $15 for the Weekend (No Mains Power available)

Judging time: 1 Hour after completion of the first show with Sweepstakes Show day: Sunday, 18th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 2nd June 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and Enquiries: As above JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Prof. B Corbitt (NSW) Groups 6, 2 and 3 Ring 2: Mrs M Markotany (NSW) Groups 1 and 5 Ring 3: Mrs A Bowe (NSW) Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Groups 4 and 7 General Specials: Mrs M Morkatany (NSW) Sweepstakes : Baby Puppy Entry fees: $13, $5 Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue, Camping $15 for the Weekend (No Mains Power available) Catering Available

Judging time: 8:30am with Sweepstakes

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Show day: Sunday, 18th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 2nd June 2017

Show day: Friday, 23rd June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 19th June 2017

PIONEER VALLEY AGRICULTURAL SHOW

KALBAR SHOW SOCIETY

Show venue: Finch Hatton R.S.L Hall Grounds, Eungella Rd, FINCH HATTON

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Entries to:

P.V.AG P.O. Box 78 WATERFORD WEST 4133 online entries through Show Manager

Enquiries:

Show Secretary Ph: (07) 4958 5162 Show day contact: Ph: 0407 744 825 JUDGING ORDER:

Ring 1: Mr G. Kerr

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7

General Mr G. Kerr Specials: Entry fees: $11, $3 Catalogue NO Camping Available

Judging time: 9:00am with Group 1

Show day: Thursday, 22nd June 2017 Entries close: Monday, 12th June 2017

MACKAY AGRICULTURAL SHOW Show venue: Mackay Show Grounds, Milton St, MACKAY

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) PO Box 78 Waterford West 4133 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Heidi Crane Ph: 0412 316 774 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0412 316 774 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs S. Tringham Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 General Mrs S. Tringham Specials: Entry fees: $10, $3 Catalogue, SSAE for passes

Judging time: 9:00am with Group 1

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Kalbar Show Grounds,George St, KALBAR

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Secretary P.O. Box 38 KALBAR 4309 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Joanna Gurd Ph: 0417 763 881 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0417 763 881 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs T. McDonald Groups 5 and 7 Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 2: Mr G. Kerr Groups 1, 4 and 6 Ring 3: Mrs R. Henderson Puppy Sweepstakes and Group 2 Ring 4: Mrs L. Roebig Group 3 General Mrs T. McDonald Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy and Puppy $11 all Classes and Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue, Entry fees: SSAE for Passes ALL Sweepstakes Entries receive a prize NO CHALLENGES AWARDED TO BULLMASTIFFS

Judging time: 9:00am with Sweepstakes

Show day: Saturday, 24th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 2nd June 2017

WOODFORD SHOW SOCIETY Woodford Show Grounds, Neurum Rd, WOODFORD

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Mrs C. Stringfellow 146 Hausmann Rd MT MEE 4521 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Carmel Stringfellow Ph: (07) 5498 2332 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0407 982 101 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Ms B. Lancey Groups 1 and 4 Ring 2: Mrs E. Benson (NSW) Groups 3 and 7 Ring 3: Mr J. Birch (NSW) Groups 2 and 5 Ring 4: Mrs M. Starkey Group 6 General Mrs E. Benson (NSW) Specials: Entry fees: $11, $3 Catalogue Additional Space has been made available for Rings and Competitor Parking NO CHALLENGES AWARDED TO BULLMASTIFFS

Judging time: 9:00am With Groups 1, 3, 2 and 6

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Show day: Saturday, 24th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 9th June 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

CLONCURRY & DISTRICT CANINE CLUB Show venue: The Cloncurry Show Grounds, Daintree Street, CLONCURRY

3 CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries to: The Secretary P.O. Box 505 CLONCURRY 4824, online entries through Show Manager Fiona Rae Ph: 0427 958 426 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0427 958 426 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs G. Hovey-Jacobs Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 General Specials: Mrs G. Hovey-Jacobs Entry fees: $10, $6 Catalogue (covers all 3 shows), $10 Camping per night (to be paid with entries) OW CASH AND SASH SH

Judging time: 12:30pm with Group 1 Show day: Saturday, 24th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 9th June 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Dr V. Knopke Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 General Specials: Dr V. Knopke Entry fees: $10, $6 Catalogue (covers all 3 shows), $10 Camping per night (to be paid with entries) OW CASH AND SASH SH

Judging time: 1/2 hour after the completion of first show With Group 1 Show day: Sunday, 25th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 9th June 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs G. Goller General Specials: Mrs G. Goller

Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7

Entry fees: $10, $6 Catalogue (covers all 3 shows), $10 Camping per night (to be paid with entries) OW CASH AND SASH SH

Judging time: 8:00am with Group 1

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Show days: Sunday, 25th June 2017

Entries close: Monday, 11th June 2017

DURACK GROUNDS COMMITTEE AMENITIES SHOW Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave DURACK

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Handler 7-under 10, 10-under 13, 13-under 19 Classes: Judges to be advised on the day, to be judged in Lunch Break Entries to:

Joy Lanham, P.O. Box 356 ORMEAU 4208, online entries through Show Manager

Joy Lanham Ph: 0409 720 882 Enquiries: Helen Acworth Ph: 0407 961 025 Show day contact: 0407 961 025 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 10: Mrs E. Benson (NSW) Group 1 Ring 6: Mrs S. Hewinson Group 2 Ring 7: Mrs M. Hobson Group 3 Ring 3: Mrs P. Hewitt Group 4 Ring 9: Mrs M. Morphet Group 5 Ring 4: Mrs J. Ireland Group 6 Ring 5: Mr J. Birch (NSW) Group 7 General Mrs S. Hewinson Specials: Entry fees: $12, $3 Catalogue ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

Canteen operating, open 7:30am for Breakfast

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Show day: Friday, 30th June 2017 Entries close: Tuesday, 6th June 2017

REDCLIFFE A, H & I SOCIETY

Redcliffe Show Grounds Scarborough Rd REDCLIFFE

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Redcliffe A, H & I Society C/- PO Box 356 ORMEAU 4208 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Kath Williamson Ph: 0428 195 933 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0428 195 933 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs P. McLeod Groups 2 and 5 Ring 2: Mr D. McGreevy Groups 4 and 6 Ring 3: Miss R. Green Groups 1 and 3 Ring 4: Mr A. Townson Group 7 General Mrs P. McLeod Specials: Entry fees: $10, $3 Catalogue No Passes issued - Lists at the gate, 1 - 2 Dogs one Person, 3 or more Dogs two People

Show day: Friday, 30th June 2017 Entries close: Sunday, 18th June 2017

ROSEWOOD SHOW SOCIETY Show venue: Rosewood Show Grounds Railway St, ROSEWOOD

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes:

7-under 10, 10-under 13, 13-under 19 Handlers Judges to be advised on the day, to be Classes: judged in Lunch Break Entries to:

1 Tinworth St WILLOWBANK 4306 online entries through Show Manager

Enquiries:

Debbie Duckworth Ph: (07) 5464 3486 Show day contact: 0431 386 663

Judging time: 9:00am with Groups 2, 4, 1 and 7

ENTRIES CLOSE: FRIDAY MAY 12TH, 2017

WELSH CORGI CLUB OF SA 17th Petplan National Welsh Corgi Speciality Show Hosted by Welsh Corgi Club of South Australia Venue: David Roche Park, Kilburn 5084, South Australia WEDNESDAY JUNE 7TH AND THURSDAY JUNE 8TH, 2017 Judges: Mrs Mari Carroll (USA) - Brogan Kennels Welsh Corgis Cardigan and Pembrokes and Show Specials Dr Robin Herrick (USA) - Beaumanor Kennels Sweepstakes

Entries and Full Schedule available from: Club Secretary: Mrs Kitty Flynn - Ph: 0407 723 516 Email: siegerheims6@bigpond.com ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

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

JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs E. Nan-Kivell

Group 1

Ring 2: Mrs D. Norman

Groups 2 and 3

Ring 3: Mr G. Kerr

Puppy Sweepstakes

followed by: Miss S. Wheatley

Group 4

followed by: Mr G. Kerr

Group 5

Baby Puppy Ring 4: Mrs M. Schelbach Sweepstakes, Groups 6 and 7 General Specials: Mrs D. Norman Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy and Puppy Entry fees:

$10, $5 Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue , SSAE For return of passes OW CASH AND SASH SH

Judging time: 9:00am with Sweepstakes

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March amendments and notes There are no amendments or notes for March.

CAMPING BOOKINGS AT THE DOGS QUEENSLAND SHOWGROUNDS Please note that any and all bookings to Camp at the Showgrounds must be made using the ‘SHOW MANAGER’ website, available via the Dogs Queensland Website.

Obedience requirements: Please ensure that all entry forms are filled out correctly with all relevant information No late entries accepted All dogs are to remain on grounds and on lead at all times All entire bitches on grounds must be vetted Bitches in oestrum are not permitted on the grounds Prizes and awards are as shown in club catalogue

Trial day: Saturday, 3rd June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 19th May 2017

SOUTHSIDE DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB Show venue: Cnr Dawn Rd and Leopardwood St RUNCORN

DOUBLE OBEDIENCE TRIALS Entries to: Trial Secretary P.O. Box 2273 RUNCORN 4113 Enquiries: Shirley Davies Ph: 0408 197 250 Entry fees: $7.50 (NO LATE ENTRIES) TRIAL 1 JUDGES: Miss L. Price CCD Mrs N. Leyden CD Mr W. Patterson CDX1 Mrs K. Sutherland CDX2 Mr B. Nobbs UD Mr R. Barron UDX Judging time: 10:00am Vetting: 9:00am - 9:45am TRIAL 2 JUDGES: Mrs N. Leyden CCD Mrs K. Sutherland CD Mr B. Nobbs CDX1 Mrs G. Golle CDX2 Mr W. Patterson UD Mrs D. Stutz UDX Judging time: 2:00pm

Vetting: 1:00pm - 1:45pm

Trial day: Sunday, 4th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 19th May 2017

DOUBLE RALLY-O TRIALS

Please collect and place your rubbish in waste bin

TRIAL 1 JUDGES: Mr D. Strong All Rally-O Classes Judging time: 10:00am

Vetting: 9:00am - 9:45am

TRIAL 2 JUDGES: Mr O. Moller All Rally-O Classes The Club reserves the right to appoint or substitute Judges as necessary. All entire Bitches will be vetted. Judges/Classes will be determined by numbers. Judging time: 10:30am

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Trial day: Sunday, 4th June 2017 Entries close: Monday, 15th May 2017

Trial day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 27th May 2017

LOCKYER VALLEY DOG TRAINING CLUB

DOGS QUEENSLAND AGILITY COMMITTEE

Show venue: Narda Lagoon Oval, Hope St, LAIDLEY

OBEDIENCE, AGILITY AND JUMPERS TRIALS Gaille Newton Entries to: 36-42 Braemar Rd NORTH MACLEAN 4280 or k9entries.com/ankc (preferred) Enquiries: Rebecca Rose Ph: (07) 5426 4029 Entry fees: $7, $2 Catalogues TRIAL JUDGES: Mr B. Nobbs

All Obedience Classes

Mrs R. Bulloch

All Agility Classes

Mrs M. Waldon

All Jumpers Classes

The Club reserves the right to appoint or substitute Judges as necessary. Limited Catering Available.

Judging time: 9:00am

Vetting: 8:00am - 8:45am

Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave, DURACK

AGILITY AND JUMPERS TRIALS Trial Secretary P.O. Box 593, JIMBOOMBA 4280 Entries to: online entries through K9 Entries k9entries.com/ankc (preferred) Gaille Newton Enquiries: Ph: (07) 3297 5908 TRIAL JUDGES: All Snooker Mr R. Mills JDO, JDM, JDX Mrs M. Waldon Entry fees: $7, Catalogues $2 Novice Jumpers to be run in first available Ring Prefered Payment Method Direct Deposit BSB: 064 002 Account: 10444980 Cheques to be made payable to Canine Control Council Qld

Vetting: 1:00pm

Judging time: 3:00pm

Trial day: Sunday, 11th June 2017

Trial day: Saturday, 17th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 2nd June 2017

Entries to: Ann Shannon, Villa 146, Palm Lake Resort, 272 Fryar Rd, EAGLEBY 4207 Enquiries: Contact: As above Ph: (07) 3489 7946 Entry fees: $10, Rookies $5 Classes: All Classes Venue: Mark Porter Pl ORMEAU Judging time: 10:00am Vetting: 9:00am

SUNSHINE COAST DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB

Entries close: Friday, 26th May OBEDIENCE 2017 DANCES WITH DOGS ROCKHAMPTON DOG CLUB INC DANCES WITH DOGS CLUB QUEENSLAND INC

Trial day: Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017 TRACK AND SEARCH TRIALS

MAGPIES MACKAY & DISTRICT OBEDIENCE CLUB

Entries to: The Secretary MMADOC P.O. Box 655 MACKAY 4740 Enquiries: Contact: Carol Hodge Ph: (07) 4944 0373 Classes: All Tracks Entry fees: $15 Venue: Magpies Sporting Complex, GLENELLA Judging time: 6:00am Vetting: 5:30am

Trial day: Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 31st May 2017 TRACK AND SEARCH ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUBTRIALS INC

ALL BREEDS TRACKING CLUB

Entries to: Julie McCombe, 8 Carinya Crt PIMPAMA 4209 Ph: 0428 467 527 Enquiries: Contact: As above Email: allbreedstrackingclub@gmail.com Entry fees: $20 Classes: Levels 5 - 10 Venue: PIMPAMA Judging time: 6:30am Vetting: 6:00am Trial day: Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June 2017 NO LATE ENTRIES Entries close: Saturday, 3rd June 2017 OBEDIENCE TRACK & SEARCH & TRACKING TRIALS ROCKHAMPTON DOG CLUB INC

CANINE OBEDIENCE CLUB OF TOWNSVILLE

Entries to: Trial Secretary P.O. Box 991 AITKENVALE 4814 Ph: 0417 614 261 Tracking; Black River Rd ALICE RIVER, Enquiries: Janette Cussons Entry fees: $20 Classes: All Classes Venue: Track & Search; Verbeena Crt ANNANDALE Judging time: 6:00am Vetting: 5:30am

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Show venue: Ballinger Sports Complex

Entries to: The Trial Secretary, P.O. Box 702 BUDERIM 4556 Enquiries: Trial Secretary Ph: 0404 408 555 Entry fees: $7

OBEDIENCE TRIAL TRIAL JUDGES: Mr L. Knauth

CCD and CD

Mrs K. Goebel

OPEN

Mr W. Doyle Mr J. Brown

UD UDX

Judging time: 4:00pm

Vetting: 3:30pm

RALLY-O TRIAL TRIAL JUDGES: Mr C. Stewart

Masters and Advanced A + B

Mrs K. Hutt

Novice and Excellent A + B

Judging time: 4:00pm

Vetting: 3:30pm

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CAIRNS CITY KENNEL CLUB CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF OBEDIENCE TRIALS

50th ANNIVERSARY TRIALS Show venue: Cairns City Kennel Club Grounds, Quigley St, CAIRNS

AGILITY, JUMPERS, GAMES, OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O TRIALS Show day: Friday, 9th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

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Entries to: Trial Secretary P.O. Box 252 CAIRNS 4870 Enquiries: Jean Wilkinson Ph: (07) 4055 4040 (after hours) Entry fees: $7

OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O TRIALS TRIAL JUDGES: Mr C. Pain All Rally-O Classes Mrs K. Court K Court CDX and CD Mr G. BestBest UDX, UD and CCD

Judging time: 7:00pm

Vetting: 6:30pm

Show day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

AGILITY, JUMPERS, OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O TRIALS TRIAL JUDGES: Mrs J. Forbes-Faulkner All Agility and Jumpers Classes Mr C. Pain All Rally-O Classes Mrs K. Court UDX, UD and CCD Ms P. Williams CDX and CD

Judging time: 2:00pm Vetting: 1:30pm, Obedience follows after Agility Show day: Sunday, 11th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

AGILITY, JUMPERS AND GAMES TRIAL TRIAL JUDGES: All Agility and Jumpers Classes Mrs J. Forbes-Faulkner and Gamblers All Classes

Judging time: 7:30am

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Vetting: 7:00am

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Trial day: Saturday, 10th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

NANANGO KENNEL CLUB

Show venue: Nanango Sports Grounds Burnett St, NANANGO

TRIPLE OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O TRIALS Trial Secretary P.O. Box 533 NANANGO 4615 or online entries through Show Manager Enquiries: Vyvyan Mannion Ph: (07) 4163 1953 or 0417 004 031 Entry fees: $8 Entries to:

OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O, TRIAL 1

TRIAL JUDGES: Ms C. Sinclair CD and CCD Mr J. Baumann CDX Ms H. Theile UD Mr W. Patterson UDX Mrs C. Fisher Rally Novice and Advanced Mr D. Strong Rally Excellent and Masters

Judging time: 8:00am

Vetting: 7:00am

OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O, TRIAL 2

TRIAL JUDGES: Ms H. Theile CD and CCD Ms C. Sinclair CDX Mr W. Patterson UD Mr J. Baumann UDX Mrs C. Fisher Rally Novice and Advanced Mr D. Strong Rally Excellent and Masters

Judging time: 6:00pm

Trial day: Friday 9th, Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 19th May 2017 TRACKING TRIALS

GYMPIE DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB INC

Entries to: Trial Secretary P.O. Box 404 Gympie 4570 Enquiries: Helen Lofthouse Ph: 0417 712 699 Email: shlofthouse@bigpond.com Classes: 1 - 8 Venue: Oakfield Road, TANSEY Entry fees: $20 Judging time: 6:30am Vetting: 6:00am

Trial day: Saturday, 17th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 2nd June 2017 (NO LATE ENTRIES)

ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB INC Show venue: Duthie Park, Marsh Ave, FRENCHVILLE

Secretary P.O. Box 5064 NORTH ROCKHAMPTON 4701 Entries to: Trial www.easydogentries.com Enquiries: Naomi Ph: 0424 825 465 Entry fees: $7

DOUBLE OBEDIENCE TRIAL TRIAL JUDGES:

Mrs B. Murfet All Classes Trial 1 and 2 Judging time: 5:00pm Vetting: 4:30pm

AGILITY, JUMPERS AND GAMBLERS TRIAL TRIAL JUDGES:

Ms L. Davis (NSW) Agility, Jumping and Games

Trial day: Sunday, 18th June 2017

DOUBLE RALLY-O TRIAL TRIAL JUDGES:

Mrs B. Murfet All Classes Trial 1 and 2 Judging time: 7:30am Vetting: 7:00am

AGILITY, JUMPERS AND GAMES TRIAL TRIAL JUDGES:

Ms L. Davis (NSW) Agility, Jumping and Strategic Pairs Judging time: 4:00pm Vetting: 3:30pm

Vetting: 5:00pm

Trial day: Sunday, 11th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 26th May 2017

OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O TRIALS TRIAL JUDGES: Mrs C. Fisher CD and CCD Mr J. Baumann CDX Ms H. Theile UD Mr W. Patterson UDX Mr C. Stewart All Rally-O Classes

Please remember that all exhibitors are responsible for the saftey and control of their children at all times during canine events

The Club reserves the right to adjust Classes/Judges depending on entry numbers. Please mark entries Saturday AM/PM or Sunday AM trials. THE CLUB WILL NOT ACCEPT MULTIPLE ENTRIES ON THE ONE FORM. Catering both days, camping on grounds and full amenities available. FOR SAFTEY REASONS CARAVANS ARE TO BE REVERSED IN. No vehicle access past the Club House, additional camping on the northern side of the grounds

Judging time: 8:00am

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Trial day: Sunday, 18th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 29th May 2017

OBEDIENCE DOG CLUB OF BRISBANE Show venue: 15 Englefield Rd OXLEY

AGILITY AND JUMPERS TRIALS The Trial Secretary Entries to: P.O. Box 1288 OXLEY QLD 4075 or k9entries.com/ankc (preferred) Enquiries:

Trial Secretary Ph: 0411 017 454 or info@odcb.org

Entry fees: $7, $2 Catalogues TRIAL JUDGES: Mr J. Brown ADO, ADM, ADX, AD Miss M. Bruce

Trial day: Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th June 2017 NO LATE ENTRIES Entries close: Wednesday, 31st May 2017 TRACK AND SEARCH ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUBTRIALS INC

ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB

Entries to: Trial Secretary PO Box 5064 RED HILL NORTH ROCKHAMPTON 4701 Enquiries: K. Dawson Classes: Track & Search All Classes (no tracking) Show Manager Entry fees: $20 Venue: Duthie Park, Marsh Ave FRENCHVILLE Ph: 0400 671 029 Judging time: 12:00pm Vetting: 11:30am Trial day: Friday 23rd, Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 9th June 2017 TRACKING TRIALSINC ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB CABOOLTURE SPORTS DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB

Entries to: 5 Ryan Crt BURPENGARY 4506 Enquiries: Des Strong Ph: 0405 103 942 Entry fees: $25 Classes: All Levels Venue: TBA Judging time: 6:00am Vetting: 5:00am (must be at grounds by 5:30am) Trial day: Saturday 25th June 2017 Entries close: June, 11th May 2017 ENDURANCE TEST

MAGPIES MACKAY & DISTRICT OBEDIENCE CLUB

Entries to: The Secretary MMADOC P.O. Box 655 MACKAY 4740 Classes: All Tracks Enquiries: Contact: Carol Hodge Ph: (07) 0438 440 373 Entry fees: $20 Venue: Magpies Sporting Complex, GLENELLA Judging time: 6:00am Vetting: 5:30am

JD, JDX, JDM, JDO

Catalogues available at k9entries.com Please keep your dogs quiet to avoid complaints to Council.

Judging time: 9:00am Vetting: 8:00am - 8:30am Trial day: Saturday, 24th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 9th June 2017

PINE RIVERS DOG TRAINING CLUB Show venue: Rob Akers Reserve Bells Pocket Rd STRATHPINE

DOUBLE RALLY-O TRIAL The Trial Secretary Entries to: P.O. Box 272 STRATHPINE 4500 or k9entries.com/ankc (preferred) Enquiries: Gay Westmore Ph: 0418 719 180 Entry fees: $7 TRIAL 1 JUDGES: Mr J. Baumann Novice, Excellent Mr C. Pain Masters, Advanced TRIAL 2 JUDGES: Mrs K. Hutt Novice, Excellent Mrs H. Christoffel Masters, Advanced The Club reserves the right to change judges and classes having regard to the number of entries received. Canteen available.

Judging time: 3:00pm

Vetting: 2:00pm - 2:40pm

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Trial day: Sunday, 25th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 9th June 2017

SOUTHSIDE DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB Show venue: Cnr Dawn Rd and Leopardwood St, RUNCORN DOUBLE OBEDIENCE TRIAL Entries to: Trial Secretary P.O. Box 2273 RUNCORN 4113 Enquiries: Shirley Davies Ph: 0408 197 250 Entry fees: $7.50 (NO LATE ENTRIES)

OBEDIENCE TRIAL 1 Mrs C. Fisher Mrs K. Goebel Mrs H. Theile

CCD CD CDX1

Judging time: 10:00am

Mrs T. Young Mr B. Nobbs Mr W. Doyle

CDX2 UD UDX

Vetting: 9:00am - 9:45am

OBEDIENCE TRIAL 2 Mrs K. Goebel Mr B. Nobbs Mrs C. Fisher

CCD CD CDX1

Mr W. Doyle Mrs H. Theile Mrs T. Young

CDX2 UD UDX

The Club reserves the right to appoint or substitute Judges as necessary. All entire Bitches will be vetted. Judges/Classes will be determined by numbers

Judging time: 2:00pm

Vetting: 1:00pm - 1:45pm

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Entries close: Monday, 5th June 2017

Show day: Friday, 30th June 2017

DOGS QUEENSLAND

STATE AGILITY, JUMPING AND GAMES TRIALS Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave DURACK Entries to: Trial Secretary P.O. Box 563 JIMBOOMBA 4077 or k9entries.com/ankc (preferred) Enquiries: Gaille Newton Ph: (07) 3297 5908 or Email: gaille@jaspar.com Entry fees: $12 first entry, $10 Subsequent (over the whole weekend), $6 Catalogue If paying by Direct Deposit, BSB 064 002 Account 10444980, Cheques made payable to Canine Control Council Qld. FULL PAYMENT of Entries to be received by Closing Date, Unpaid Entries will be withdrawn. Multi-Entry Form will be accepted. Please note height class and ensure written entries are legible.

AGILITY, STRATEGIC PAIRS AND JUMPING TRIALS Ring 1: Mrs L. Ellery (NZ) Ring 2: Ms K. Graves (NZ) Ring 3: Mr A. Rohde (NZ)

TRIAL JUDGES: AD1, ADX1, ADM1 SPD, SPDX, SPDM JD1, JDX1, JDM1

Judging time: 7:00pm Show day: Saturday, 1st July 2017

Vetting: 5:45pm - 6:30pm Entries close: Monday, 5th June 2017

AGILITY, SNOOKER AND GAMBLERS TRIALS Entries close: Monday, 5th June 2017 Ring 1: Mrs L. Ellery (NZ) Ring 2: Ms K. Graves (NZ) Ring 3: Mr A. Rohde (NZ)

TRIAL JUDGES:

ADO1, SD, SDX, SDM AD2, ADX2, ADM2 JDO1, GD, GDX, GDM

Judging time: 9:30am

Vetting: 8:00am - 9:00am Entries close: Monday, 5th June 2017

Show day: Sunday, 2nd July 2017

AGILITY AND JUMPING TRIALS Ring 1: Mrs L Ellery (NZ) Ring 2: Ms K. Graves (NZ) Ring 3: Mr A. Rohde (NZ)

TRIAL JUDGES:

Judging time: 9:00am

JDO2 JD2, JDX2 ADO2

Vetting: 8:00am - 8:30am

FINALS Ring 1: Mrs L Ellery (NZ) Ring 2: Ms K. Graves (NZ) Ring 3: Mr A. Rohde (NZ)

JD, JDX, JDM JDO, ADO AD, ADX,ADM

PLEASE NOTE YOU MUST QUALIFY TO COMPETE IN THE FINALS Please visit www.qldagility.com for full details on finals eligibility, Judges, Prizes and further Trial Information The committee reserves the right to change classes and Judges depending on final entry numbers.

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STATE AND NATIONAL OBEDIENCE TRIALS AND STATE AND NATIONAL RALLY-O TRIALS Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds 247 King Ave Durack Entry fees: $15 Obedience and Rally-O, $ TBA Veteran, Team Events $15 per Team of 3 Dogs (to be entered on the day) Trial day: Saturday, 1st July 2017 Entries close: Friday, 2nd June 2017 (No late Entries or Move ups will be accepted)

STATE OBEDIENCE TRIAL

Trial day: Sunday, 2nd July 2017 Entries close: Friday, 2nd June 2017 (No late Entries or Move ups will be accepted)

NATIONAL OBEDIENCE TRIAL

Entries to: The Obedience Trial Secretary, 22 Borumba Crt NARANGBA 4504 Enquiries: Kym Sutherland Ph: 0414 672 261 TRIAL JUDGES: Mr P. Evans (NSW) Mrs B. Murfet Mrs D. Ayton (VIC) Ms M. Fazekas (NSW) Mr J. Brown Mr B. Nobbs Judging time: 9:00am

CCD CD CDX UD UDX Reserve

Vetting: 8:00am - 8:45am

STATE RALLY-O TRIAL

TRIAL JUDGES: Mr J. Brown CCD Mr P. Evans (NSW) CD Ms M. Fazekas (NSW) CDX Mrs B. Murfet UD Mr C. Giles (ACT) UDX Mr B. Nobbs Reserve Judging time: 9:00am

Vetting: 8:00am - 8:45am

NATIONAL RALLY-O TRIAL

Entries to: The Rally-O Trial Secretary, 66 Cook St FOREST LAKE 4078 Enquiries: Shirley Davies Ph: 0408 197 250 TRIAL JUDGES: TRIAL JUDGES: Mrs C. Fisher Classes to be determined Mrs D. Ayton (VIC) Classes to be determined Mr C. Giles (ACT) Classes to be determined Mr O. Moller Classes to be determined Mr J. Baumann Reserve Mr J. Baumann Reserve Judging time: 9:00am

Vetting: 8:00am - 8:45am

Judging time: 9:00am

Vetting: 8:00am - 8:45am

Please make all cheques payable to 'Canine Control Council Qld Ltd' For more information see the information packet on the website: www.obedienceqld.org Canteen available both days. Camping available - Bookings via Show Manager ONLY.

We would like to acknowledge the marvellous generosity of our sponsors

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Trial Schedules The Queensland Dog World

Trial day: Sunday 4th June 2017 ABILITY TEST FOR GUNDOGS Entries close: Friday, 19th May 2017 ROCKHAMPTON DOGRETRIEVING OBEDIENCE CLUB INC

FIELD & RETRIEVING ASSOCIATION FOR GUNDOGS

Entries to: L. Draper 24 River Court Wights Mountain 4520 Email: reldraper@hotmail.com Enquiries: Laurelle Draper Ph: (07) 3289 1811 or 0409 064 742 Entry fees: $10 Novice and Open Venue: Samford Show Grounds Drive HIGHVALE Judging time: 8:00am Vetting: 7:30am

Trial day: Saturday, 24th June 2017 Entries close: Friday, 9th June 2017

QLD HERDING ASSOCIATION INC Show venue: 49 Stirling Rd PEACHESTER

Trial day: Friday 10th, Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June 2017

RETRIEVINGCLUB TRIALS INC Entries close: Thursday,DOG 25th May ROCKHAMPTON OBEDIENCE WIDE BAY WORKING GUNDOG CLUB

Entries to: W. Michalk 232 Barolin St BUNDABERG 4670 Enquiries: Wendy Michalk Ph: 0447 5223 622 Entry fees: Novice $16, Restricted $18, All Age $20 Venue: BUNDABERG AREA Judging time: 8:00am Vetting: 7:15am

HERDING TESTS AND TRIALS

Entries to: Trial Secretary 59 Barrs Rd GLASSHOUSE MOUNTAINS 4518 Freebairn Ph: (07) 5493 0408 Trial contact: 0437 922 932 Enquiries: Anne Email: truckaluck@iinet.net.au Entry fees: All Test Classes $15 All Trial Classes $20

TRIAL 1

Trial day: Saturday, 17th June 2017

Entries close: Friday, 9th June 2017 EARTH DOG TESTINC ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB SPORTING TERRIER CLUB OF QLD

Mr J. Mitchell

Judging time: 8:00am

Trial day: Sunday, 25th June 2017

TRIAL 1 All Test events Sheep All Trial Classes A & B Courses Sheep

Ms J. Allen

FIELD & RETRIEVING ASSOCIATION FOR GUNDOGS

Entries to: Trial Secretary 2-10 Casino Crt BURPENGARY 4505 Enquiries: Carol Christensen Ph: (07) 0418 616 680 Entry fees: Novice $18, Restricted $20, All Age $22 Venue: BRISBANE AREA Judging time: 8:00am Vetting: 7:30am Trial day: Sunday, 24th June 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 10th June 2017 LURE COURSING TRIAL

AMERICAN STAFFORDSHIRE TERRIER CLUB OF QLD INC Entries to: ASTCQ Inc. P.O. Box 908 JIMBOOMBA 4285, online via Show Manager Enquiries: Karen Gordon Ph: 0422 425 413 Entry fees: $12 Non-Members, $10 Members Venue: King Ave DURACK Judging time: 7:30am Vetting: 7:00am

Vetting: 7:30am

B Course Out Run Distance: 90m

Entries to: Sandra Smid, 7 Brushbox Pl Walloon 4306 Enquiries: Contact: Sandra Smid Ph: 0450 111 242 Entry fees: $8, Practice $5 Venue: King Ave Durack Judging time: 10:00am

Trial day: Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th June 2017 RETRIEVING TRIALSINC Entries close: Friday, 9th June 2017 ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB

All Test events Sheep All Trial Classes A and B Courses Sheep

Judging time: 8:00am with Herding Instinct Tests

Vetting: 7:30am

B Course Out Run Distance: 90m

PRIORITY GIVEN IN THE FOLLOWING ORDER, Club Members then Recognised Herding Breeds. ALL ENTRIES MUST HAVE HAD PRIOR HERDING TRAINING BEFOR TRIAL/TEST DATE, as per ANKC Herding Rules and Regulations. BITCHES IN OESTRUM WILL BE RUN AT THE END OF THE DAY but must be presented for vetting at the scheduled time. Replacement cost of Stock $100. Enclose a SSAE for map to venue.

Trial day: Sunday, 25th June 2017 Entries close: Monday, 12th June 2017

QLD SIGHTHOUND ASSOCIATION Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave, DURACK

LURE COURSING TRIAL Entries to:

2 Seven Oaks St ALEXANDRA HILLS 4161 online entries through Show Manager

Enquiries: Steven Uebel Mob: 0418 199 419

Please collect and place your rubbish in waste bin

Entry fees: $12 Non-Members, $ 10 Members TRIAL JUDGES: Ms L. Perry Sighthounds Mrs S. McDonald

Sighthounds

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Judging time: 8:00am

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Vetting: 7:30am

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Registered Breeders Directory The Queensland Dog World

The A to Z of Pedigree Dog Breeders Please note: The details listed in the Breeder’s Directory are authorised for publication by the members concerned. Dogs Queensland offers no warranty of any kind in relation to the standard of any dog offered for sale by a breeder or as to the reputation or skill of any breeder.

SUNSHINESTAR: J Elliot (07) 4668 5792.

AIREDALE TERRIER LOVEDALE: Breed & Puppy Enq (07) 5546 9016 FEUERDORN: Andy Muller 0415 406 694 airedales@firethorn.com.au

AKITA

AUSTRALIAN KELPIE OATLAND: D Kent (07) 3289 1728/0407 025 038

AUSTRALIAN SILKY TERRIER QUINVALE: Puppy & Stud enq. (07) 3289 9286 AUSILK: www.ausilk.com

PRIMALSPIRIT: www.primalspiritakita.com primalspirit@tpg.com.au TANOSHII: N& V Schneider 0407 115 674 tanoshii@tanoshiikennels.com

ALASKAN MALAMUTE POLDARA: Enq. Sharon (07) 5546 0303 AH. 0448 460 300 swpoldara@bigpond.com www.poldarakennels.com DARKSKY: Imp B/Lines. 0412 454 763

AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOG

BASENJI LOMAR: Louise 0429 896 558 Enquires welcome

BASSET HOUND KARETA: R. & M. Webber, Redland Bay 0418 721 291. kareta@bigpond.com AMMIDAN: K. & A. McGinn www.ammidan.com Samford (07) 3289 4033 ammidan@bigpond.com

BELGIAN SHEPHERD DOG

KELPRIN: Breeding the Unlimited ACD show / sport / work / pets. 0439 932 224

MIRRIBANDI: 0409 619 327 www.mirribandi.com Groenendael & Tervueren

RKRSTLBLUR: Chunky Companion, ACDS 0417 911 669

BELGNTE: www.belgnte.com 0408 837 994

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BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG ZEIGEN: Kim Haddon (07) 4630 1932 44 yrs. Breeding exp. Imports. Switz / Swed / NZ / Russia Email: zeigen1@bigpond.com

BICHON FRISÉ SALTBREEZE: Gold Coast Bichon Frisé. 0416 517 733 Enq. Jacqui Brazel

BORDER COLLIE WOTTAPUD: B/W & Choc pups. J. & C. Penn (07) 5482 2719 bordercollies@wottapud.com TRUCKALUCK: Stud / Pup Enq (07) 5493 0408 DARJOBA: Puppies/stud DNA clear Joan dj.bartley@bigpond.com (07) 4934 0489

BOXER KUDIRKA: Puppy & Stud Enq Ph: (07) 3888 2230 ABANZA: Small breeder quality boxers (07) 3398 1659

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Registered Breeders Directory The Queensland Dog World BRITISH BULLDOG RUNDERKRAAL: Enq welcome (07) 4698 4125 PIPERSGLEN: Enq welcome 0411 871 666 OLIVETOVIA: Champ Lines 0413 975 508

BULL TERRIER KUPALA: Stud & Puppies 0428 522 464

BULL TERRIER (MINIATURE) PAGWIN: All enq. welcome (07) 5485 3460

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL ELLAURENA: Helen 0488 357 457 CURRINDABELA: Cert. healthy lines Carolyn (07) 5498 7681

COCKER SPANIEL CHRISMAR: Family Cockers (07) 5437 0452

COLLIE (ROUGH) KEAMAREE: Est. 1980. Exc. Temp, stud / pups, 3 colours, eye tested. (07) 4157 2758 TRENWYTH: www.trenwythcollies.webs.com Pups / Stud (07) 5544 9233 Beaudesert

COTON DE TULEAR COTONRUN: Call Michelle 0419 123 455

DACHSHUND (MINIATURE LONG HAIRED) DIZAMINI/CLARATAN: S. Mundt & H. Wildridge (07) 3294 6745

DACHSHUND (MINIATURE SMOOTH HAIRED)

WEBFOOT: Show / Field www.dogs.net.au/webfoot 0419 595 588

JOHNSANNA: M. Johnson 0400 661 861 ABJEKT: Quality Pups 0419 685 534

DACHSHUND (SMOOTH HAIRED) LAEN: Breeding from quality, healthy, back- x-rayed dogs (07) 5543 1395

PEPELOPAZ: June Evans JP (07) 4959 5469 TARQUILA: Ann Parker (07) 4170 0609

CHINESE CRESTED ARISTOCREST: www.aristocrest.com.au

CHOW CHOW MALABOO: Puppies sometimes available Enq welcome Sandra & Keith (07) 3491 3350

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FRENCH BULLDOG SHUMAR: Pup Enquiries Phone: 0410 729 215

OLIVETOVIA: NZ/Hun Pup Enq 0413 975 508 AYPAPI: Sunshine Coast 0415 727 272

GERMAN PINSCHER MASTERKARN: Anita Show / Pet 0409 493 988

GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG DEBBAR: Show, Obed, Pets, (07) 4667 3910

ASSUANA: Gordon Assay (07) 4664 4069

WACHOWA: Mrs J. Watt - (07) 3372 3654

RUNDERKRAAL: European Imp’s (07) 4698 4125

VALGARDEN: Val Bowden (07) 3800 1127

TENARDA: When only the best will do! 0417 606 214

CHIHUAHUA (LONG AND SMOOTH COAT)

BORDOGUE: Type, structure and temperament. Enq. 0412 498 707

MAISONDCHIEN: www.puppymansion.com

CAVALRITE: Visit www.cavalrite.com

CHESAPEAKE BAY RETRIEVER

DOGUE DE BORDEAUX

KASSAAR: Puppies, older dogs, Qlty. Ex.Temp, Imported dogs & Stud dogs (07) 5423 2575 www.kassaar.com

GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER DARLINHART: Matt & Tanya. Visit us at www.darlinhart.com or (07) 4630 5412 KAPOINT: kay.hutt@gmail.com 0402 119 013. Health tested stock TEALPOINT: Show/Field/Obedience www.dogs.net.au/tealpoint 0438 869 594

DALMATIAN PACEAWAY: Top quality in spots 0408 880 466 paceaway@bigpond.com

DOBERMANN BELAFIR: At Stud New Imp 0413 800 213 WATTAVUE: Stud & Puppies (07) 5467 2035

GRIFFON BRUXELLOIS TZANI: 0429 444 499, www.tzani.com.au

IRISH SETTER YARRAMO: Established 1974 for quality contact the Nortons (07) 4157 8338, 0437 578 338

STONHONDES: Pups most times 0429 922 447

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Registered Breeders Directory The Queensland Dog World IRISH WOLFHOUND IRISHROCK: Diann Hart (07) 4922 2681 DONGUNYA: J&S Donaldson (07) 4697 1349

ITALIAN GREYHOUND SUNLUVA: Pup enquiries 0407 243 953 http://jennyvanleeuwen.wixsite.com/sunluvaiggys

KEESHOND KABANDER: All enq. welcome: 0488 477 988

LABRADOR RETRIEVER SARSHAI: Stud / puppy Enq: (07) 3289 4859 TENARDA: Proven quality always! 0417 606 214

PEKINGESE TAOTSING: Ph: Joce 3206 6018

POMERANIAN ZEIGEN: Kim Haddon (07) 4630 1932 Breeder of #4 Pom USA 2014. Imports from 6 Countries, combining Best of Int. Champs. Email: zeigen1@bigpond.com

POODLE (MINIATURE) MYFLAIR: Black & white pups / stud. www.myflairkennels.com (07) 3711 9282

POODLE (TOY) BELLISSIMA: Quality imported lines PRA Clear (07) 4096 2367 bellissima36@bigpond.com LOULOUTOYS: Gladstone Qld 0418 881 766

WINTOPPI: Stud / Puppy enq: (07) 4168 7225 JAYWICK: Est 1952 Sylvia (07) 5411 4685 CARVANCRIVER: J. Balan 0416 141 606 MARSAGAN: UK Imported Stud dog and Bitches, Breeding working and show line pups. Enq to Nicky Marr 0402 760 155. KARALEE QLD. marsagan@hotmail. com www.marsaganlabradors.com.au

PUG CAMEOLA: Quality Patricia (07) 3273 8713 JEMINELLE: Janelle Bris (07) 5546 3166 KILAMAR: Quality Marie 0409 846 251 LERILLA: Enq welcome. Quality. fancee@optusnet.com.au Maureen 0427 461 260

LHASA APSO KRADDOELL: Lhasa Apso 0402 314 367

LOWCHEN PACEAWAY: Lovable little lions 0408 880 466 paceaway@bigpond.com

MANCHESTER TERRIER GALLIFREYAN: Pups & info (07) 3390 8408

PAPILLON QUINVALE: Puppy & Stud Enq. (07) 3289 9286 ROSESWAIN: J. Moy 0427 128 009

PUMI KELPRIN: I'm the only Breeder in Australia of this unique, addictive, fun breed 0439 932 224

PYRENEAN MOUNTAIN DOG SHATADOE: Stud and Puppy enquiries welcome. 0419 794 779 Amanda Everson

RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK ADBESARE: Stud and pups 0419 782 334 STARRIDGE: 0428 452 096 or www.starridgerrs.com For love of the breed call Cyndy

ROTTWEILER MONTMILL: Stud/Puppy see us on FB ZENDOTAH: zendotah@live.com.au 0412 378 395 UTOPIAROTT: Enq: 0438 021 116

SALUKI ASHROSE: Frances Rieck (07) 4666 3796

SAMOYED SHACAR: Stud & Puppy Enq. Certified Health Checked 0419 093 859

SCHNAUZER KLABAUTER: Specialisng in Blacks 0414 572 289 AMORDEN: Pepper and Salt Brisbane 4035 (07) 3353 0446 morna.wright@bigpond.com

SCHNAUZER (GIANT) MUNCHENER: (07) 5485 3355 P/S imports

SCHNAUZER (MINIATURE) BABETAL: www.minischnauzersaust.com Caroline (07) 5424 6106 / 0408 356 739 YOUNGBROOK: Enq. Jean (07) 5465 7688 UBERMINI: Tracey Lees 0403 046 302 tclees@hotmail.com Brisbane Breeder

SCOTTISH TERRIER TOWNSCOTT: Pieta 0414 102 559 www.townscottscottishterriers.com VWD Clear REEFSCOTT: P. Redpath 0427 480 260

SHAR PEI GABLEHAUS: Ongoing help (07) 3202 6509

MARMATIA: Quality lines xrayed line 0409 414 050 CHILOLO: 0410 651 756 www.chilolo.com.au

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Registered Breeders Directory The Queensland Dog World SHIH TZU SHUMAR: Pup and Stud Enq 0410 729 215

SIBERIAN HUSKY AUSDANSKE: Andrew Larsen. Dk Imp 0412 567 639. Email ausdanske@hotmail.com

STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIER KASALILLY: www.kasalillykennels.com

WELSH CORGI (PEMBROKE) CUUCHIN: Joyce Wheeler. (07) 5496 9808 MANDENE: Mandene Corgis: Stud and Puppy Enq Julene Brady 0434 142 428

WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERRIER

XOLOITZCUINTLE

TERRYWHITE: Lovely Pups (07) 5484 1988

WHIPPET GRAU: Pat (07) 3888 1999 pat.joy@bigpond.com

ZANZOOBLUE: Stud enq welcome 0402 145 760

SHALIQUE: T & K Cooney (07) 5546 3740

SNOMARK: All Enq. Welcome. Est 1986 0400 142 267 ann@snomarkstbernards.com

COOLWHITE: Stud dog enquiries full health results avail: DM+MDR1 Clear Good Hip/Elbow 0412 460 795 coolwhitekennels@yahoo.com.au SANDISWISS: For Breed Enq call 0417 198 204

BLUEASDA: www.blueasdastaffies.com Adrian & Alana Enq 0418 805 026 or contactus@blueasdastaffies.com

ST. BERNARD

WHITE SWISS SHEPHERD

JUNABEEZ: www.junabeez.webs.com

AMORENEKID: www.adourstudkennels.com.au adourstudandkennels@gmail.com

YORKSHIRE TERRIER KAROJENBE: Linda Shaw 0417 434 536 aaayorkie@bigpond.com

PIAFFE: Est 20+ years Quality imported & Aust Lines ulla@leatherwoodlodge.com Mrs U Greenwood (07) 3374 4122.

LYMPNE: Allan Johnson. All enq. welcome. (07) 5445 9805. lympne@tpg.com.au

TIBETAN SPANIEL BOLDSTAR: Robyn (07) 4934 0327 TIBPAN: Visit www.cavalrite.com TANOSHII: N& V Schneider 0407 115 674 tanoshii@tanoshiikennels.com

WEIMARANER KADMA: Carol Thompson 0418 723 989 ASHBOLT: A. Williamson 0418 711 392

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Kennel Clubs Directory The Queensland Dog World

AFFILIATED KENNEL CLUBS BREED / GROUP CLUBS • Airedale Terrier Enthusiasts Association of Qld: Mr. R. Grannum, PO Box 5142, Brassall 4305 Ph: (07) 5464 4849 Email: peargran@westnet.com.au Website: www.airedales.org.au • American Staffordshire Terrier Club of Qld: Mrs F Skews, P.O. Box 908 Jimboomba 4280 Ph: 0402 463 295 Email: fiona@jfcarpentry.com.au Website: www.qldamstaffclub.com • Australian Shepherd Club of Qld: Mr G Braithwaite, 24 Homebush Crt, Joyner, 4500 Ph: (07) 3882 2130 Email: brishetaussies@bigpond.com • Australian Terrier Club of Qld: Mrs L Roebig, 34 Gareel St, Jindalee 4074. Ph: 0419 791 464 Email: ringyspaniel@hotmail.com • Basenji Breed Network Queensland Inc: Ms E Blair, PO Box 1060, Spring Hill 4004 Ph: (07) 3217 5943 Email: basenjinetworkqld@gmail.com Website: www.basenjibreednetwork.org.au • Basset Hound Club of Qld: Ms M McGinn, PO Box 14, Samford 4520. Ph: (07) 3289 4033. Mob: 0416 213 253. Email: mich@qmug.net • Beagle Club of Qld: Mrs J Whittaker, 2-8 King Parrot Cl, Boyland 4275. Ph: (07) 5543 5826 Mob: 0409 881 991 Email: beagleclubqld@hotmail.com Website: www.beagleclubqld.org • Belgian Shepherd Club: Mrs J. Hafey PO Box 1204 Park Ridge 4125 Ph: 0450 637 559 Email: secretary@bsdcq.com • Border Collie Club of Qld: Mrs S Everist, 40 Caberne Crt Morayfield 4506 Ph: (07) 5497 8995 Mob: 0407 136 139 Email: sally@everist.net • Borzoi Club of Qld. Inc: Mrs M Davis, 9 Vied Rd, Pallara 4110 Ph: (07) 3372 4657 Email: russkimir@dodo.com.au • Bullmastiff Club of Qld: Mrs V Yates PO Box 943, Park Ridge 4125. Ph: (07) 5546 3712 Email: bmcsecqld1@hotmail.com Website: www.bullmastiffclubofqueensland.org.au • Bull Terrier Club of Qld Inc: Ms P. Spirling PO Box 35 Browns Plains BC 4118 Ph: 0438 381 610 Email: QLDbullterrierclub@gmail.com • Cattle Dog & Kelpie Club of Qld: Ms J Phillips, 12 Duke St, Ascot 4007. Ph: 0414 777 364. Email: janphil12@gmail.com • Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club (Qld.): Ms E McCutcheon, PO Box 1101, Wynnum 4178 Ph: (07) 3893 0847. Mob: 0448 810 847 Email: elisa_mccutcheon@bigpond.com Website: www.cavalierclubqld.net • Central Qld. Toy Dog Club: Mrs J Sweeney, 1 Hicks Close, Gracemere, 4702 Ph: (07) 4933 3399 Mob: 0407 138 860 Website: tracjobea@hotmail.com

• Chihuahua Club of Qld.: Mrs J Watt, 9 Clifton Cres., Durack 4077. Ph: (07) 3372 3654. Mob: 0418 153 115 Email: wachowa@ozemail.com.au

• Old English Sheepdog Club of Qld: Mr R Schnaars, 37 Derribong Cl Karana Downs 4306 Ph: (07) 3201 0952 Email: robcheralsna@bigpond.com

• Tibetan Spaniel Club of Qld: Mrs V Schneider, 24-44 Mountain Ridge Rd, South Maclean 4280 Ph: 0407 115 674. Email: tanoshii@tanoshiikennels.com

• Chinese Crested Dog Club of Qld.: Secretary Mrs S. Tynan 17341 New England Hwy ALLORA 4362 Ph: 07 4666 2157 Email: antrimstud@dodo.com.au

• Poodle Club of Queensland Inc: Ms P Morgan, PO Box 171 Aspley 4034 Ph: 0414 501 707 Email: qpcsecretary@yahoo.com.au Website: www.poodleclubofqueenslandinc.com

• Toy Dog Club of North Qld: Mrs F Vecchio, PO Box 1290, Tully 4854 Ph: (07) 4066 7912 Mob: 0418 197 093 Email: fiona@mollabru.com.au

• Cocker Spaniel Club of Qld: Ms A. Ugrinic, 564 Kangaroo Gully Rd Anstead Ph: 0438 343 991 Email: ravensnite72@hotmail.com

• Qld Afghan Hound Association: Mrs C. McGreevy 206 Norris Rd Bracken Ridge 4017 Ph: (07) 3261 1947 Email: mcgreevybayan@smartchat.net.au

• Collie Rough and Smooth Club of Qld Inc: Miss B. West P.O. Box 187 Clayfield 4011 Ph: 0412 538 304 Email: tim_at_ochaye@hotmail.com • Dachshund Club of Qld: Mrs. J. Cross, 79 Danyenah St.,Loganholme 4129 Ph: (07) 3209 7321 Email dakleydachshunds@yahoo.com.au Website: www.dachshundclubqld.com • Dalmatian Association of Qld Inc: Mrs N McIntyre, 7 Birch Cl Heathwood 4110 Mob: 0409 634 127 Email: daqsec@outlook.com Website: www.dalmatiansqld.com.au • Dobermann Club of Qld Inc: Mrs C. Haine, PO Box 943 Park Ridge 4125 Ph: 0403 971 749 Mob: 0403 971 749 Email: secretary@dobeclubqld.com.au Website: www.dobeclubqld.com.au • English Springer Spaniel Assoc of Qld: Miss C. Williams 36 Arafura Cres Tingalpa Qld 4173 Ph: 0403 240 296 Email: charliet1@bigpond.com • Fox Terrier Club of Qld.: Mrs J. Cantlon 1166 River Rd Ferney Qld 4650 Ph: 07 4129 7166 Email: waitapu11@gmail.com • French Bulldog Club of Qld: Mrs K McClelland, PO Box 729, Oxenford Qld 4211. Ph: 0411 032 517 Email: secretaryfbcqld@gmail.com • German Shepherd Dog Club (Qld) Inc: Mrs D. Ballantyne, 16 Luscombe Crescent Wolffdene Qld 4207 Ph: 0411 433 739 Email: secretary@gsdcqld.org.au • Golden Retriever Club of Qld: Mrs K Vowell, P.O. Box 36, Capalaba 4157 Ph: 0423 320 020 Email: grcqld@gmail.com Website: www.grcq.org.au • Great Dane Society of Qld Inc: Mrs A. Bjornerem 22 Rokeby Crt Nerang 4211 Ph: 0402 147 602 Website secretary@greatdane.org.au • Griffon Club of Qld: Mrs J Croad, 14 Lorikeet Road Regency Downs 4341 Mob: 0419 282 176 Email secretary.griffonclubofqld@gmail.com • Hound Club of Qld.: Miss A Carius, PO Box 4107, Gumdale 4154 Ph: (07) 3245 1195 Email: ainslie_carius@health.qld.gov.au Irish Wolfhound Club of Qld: Mr J. Joy 52 Grevillea St Everton Park Qld 4053 Ph: 07 3855 8840 Mob: 0423 509 178 Email: aussie.kitchens@aapt.net.au • Labrador Retriever Club of Qld Inc: Ms S. Luchterhand, 196 Mona Dr Jimboomba Ph: 07 5546 0772 Email: sandra@luchterhand.info

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• Qld Boston Terrier Club: Acting Secretary Mrs K. McConnell 9 Archer Crt Karalee Qld 4306 Ph: 0411 955 501 Email: bostonmac@bigpond.com • Qld Boxer Club: Mrs S. Tassan 4 Louttit Crt Gowrie Mountain 4350 Ph: 0407 033 560 Email: phoenway_kennels@bigpond.com • Qld Bulldog Club: Mr L. Perrett, PO Box 45 Eagle Heights 4271 Ph: 0452 210 184 Email: QLDBulldogClub@gmail.com • Queensland Gundog Association: Mr A Adams, 4 Skua St Inala 4077 Ph: (07) 3278 8001 Email: qldgundog@gmail.com • Queensland Sighthound Association: Mrs J David, 11 Avalon Cl Bellbird Park 4300 Ph: 0414 605 513 Email: qsa.enquiry@hotmail.com • Rhodesian Ridgeback Club of Qld Inc: Mrs G Melksham 30-32 Kamala Crt Cedar Vale 4285 Ph: 0418 984 605 Email: info@rrcq.org Website: www.rrcq.org • Rottweiler Club of Qld. Inc.: Mrs D Carter, PO Box 872, Beenleigh 4207 Ph: 0452 228 709 Email: rcqld@yahoo.com.au Website: www.rcqld.net • Setter Club of Qld: Mrs C Gorey, PO Box 3123, North Mackay 4740 Ph: 0438 598 597 Email: goreymky@bigpond.com Web: www.facebook.com/pages/thesetterclubofqld • Shetland Sheepdog Club of Qld: Miss A. Davies, 131 Alberton Road, Alberton 4207 Ph: (07) 3382 6966. Email: anndavies3@bigpond.com • Sporting Spaniel Club of Qld: Miss S. Phillips, PO Box 1393 Sunnybank Hills 4109 Ph: 0407 119 068 Email: laronaess@bigpond.com • Sporting Terrier Club of Qld: Miss S Kellie, PO Box 282 Strathpine Centre 4500 Ph: 0402 510 250 Email stacy.kellie@gmail.com Website: www.sportingterriers.netfirms.com • Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club of Qld: Miss J. Akers, PO Box 60, Marburg 4346 Mob: 0422 938 507 Email: clubsecretary@sbtcq.net Website: www.sbtcq.net • Tenterfield Terrier Club of Qld: Mrs. M. Holt, PO Box 43, Beerwah 4519. Ph: (07) 5494 9993 Email: dimah@bigpond.com Website: www.tenterfieldterriers.net

• Toy Dog Club of Qld: Ms D. Davies 358 Sugarloaf Rd Mt Forbes 4340 Ph: (07) 5464 6206 Mob: 0466 962 061 Email: lizbiz@internode.on.net • Welsh Corgi Club of Qld: Ms S. Bendixen, 1/8 Arakoon Crt Rothwell 4022, Ph: (07) 3293 4765 Email: shaneen.bendixen@bigpond.com • West Highland White Terrier Club of Qld: Mrs M. Cunningham, 141 Peppertree Dr Jimboomba 4280 Ph: (07) 5548 6744 Mob: 0418 572 579 Email: westhighlandqld@gmail.com Website www.westiesqld.org.au • Whippet Club of Queensland: Ms Julie Jenkins 1 Savannah Street Redcliffe Qld 4020 Ph: 0408 007 036 Email: whippetclubqld@gmail.com • Working Dog Club of Queensland: Mrs J McCann, 146 - 154 Wendt Road, Chambers Flat Qld 4133 Ph: (07) 5547 0752 Email: jopearl@powerup.com.au

SOUTHERN ZONE 1 CLUBS • Allora Kennel Club: Ms M. Lee, PO Box 35 Allora Ph: (07) 4661 4737 Mob: 0419 700 271 Email: yarrinarra@bigpond.com • Beaudesert Kennel Club: Mrs V Schneider 24 - 44 Mountain Ridge Rd, South Maclean, 4280 Ph: 0407 115 674. Email: tanoshii@tanoshiikennels.com Website: www.beaudesertkc.com • Beenleigh & District Kennel Club: Mr D Moran, PO Box 174 Goodna 4300 Ph: (07) 3381 9460 Mob: 0422 362 777 Email: dachyden@gmail.com • Brisbane Valley Kennel Club: Mrs L Nielsen, 11 Fleur Cres Lockyer Waters Ph: (07) 5465 8523 Mob: 0417 549 600 Email: lynn_n@bigpond.com • Burnett Kennel Club: Mr J Hales, 31 Seiler Rd, MS 612 Kingaroy 4610. Ph: (07) 4164 1010. Email: dogclub@bordernet.com.au • Caboolture Kennel Club: Miss V. Wyness 49 Timbergrove Rd Elimbah Qld 4516 Ph: (07) 5496 7540 Mob: 0404 037 095 Email: vickiwyness@bigpond.com • Darling Downs Kennel Club: Miss R. Green, 9471 New England Highway, Geham 4352 Ph: (07) 4696 6216 Mob: 0410 651 756 Email: ridgebacks@chilolo.net.au • Gold Coast Canine Club: Mr M Tomaschewski P.O. Box 916 Runaway Bay Qld 4216 Ph: 0457 583 422 Email: michael.tom@bigpond.com • Gundog & Heavy Breeds Club of Qld: Mrs. A. Carius, PO Box 4107, Gumdale 4154 Ph: (07) 3245 1195 Email: aarucons@powerup.com.au

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Kennel Clubs Directory The Queensland Dog World

• Gympie & District Kennel Club: (President) Miss K. Maguire, 4 Rosella Cl Gympie 4570 Ph: 07 5482 8874 Mob: 0431 646 686 Email: maceltic@gmail.com

• Callide Valley Obedience & Kennel Club: Mr C Pettett, 31 Belmont Rd Parkhurst 4702 Ph: (07) 4936 3354 Mob: 0418 781 503 Email: craig.pettet1@bigpond.com

• Ipswich Kennel Club: Ms P. Johansen, 63 Hornbuckles Road West, Grandchester, 4340. Ph: (07) 5465 5351,Mob 0406 538 003, Email ikc@ozemail.com.au

• Capricorn Coast Kennel Club: Mrs K Schroeder, PO Box 8243, Allenstown 4700 Ph: (07) 4939 7329. Email: oomachuk@hotmail.com

SOUTHERN ZONE 1 CLUBS

• Gladstone Kennel Club Inc.: Ms M McFadzen, PO Box 7245, Gladstone Qld 4680 Ph: 0439 431 239 Email: gkc@live.com.au

• Junior Kennel Club of Qld: Mr M Watt, 9 Clifton Cres, Durack 4077 Ph: (07) 3372 3654 Email: michael.watt13@gmail.com • Kennel Association of Qld: Mrs J Wilshier, 6 Daintree, Riverhills 4074 Ph: (07) 3279 7339 Mob: 0417 799 115 Email: cavlamour@bigpond.com • Ladies Kennel Association of Qld.: Mrs U Greenwood, 49 Leatherwood Pl, Brookfield 4069 Ph: (07) 3374 4122 Mob: 0488 742 333 Email: ulla@leatherwoodlodge.com • Lockyer Valley Kennel Club: Mrs K Knight, PO Box 50, Lowood 4311. Ph: 0407 621 726. Email: lockyervalleykc@yahoo.com.au • Maree Kennel Club Inc: Mrs J Ireland, 25 Buttler Street Bellbird Park 4300 Ph: (07) 3814 3069 Email: graedon33@hotmail.com • Nanango Kennel Club: Mrs V. Mannion, PO Box 533, Nanango 4615 Ph: (07) 4163 1953 Mob: Email: garvyman@internode.on.net Website: www.freewebs.com/nanangokennelclub • Northern Classic Kennel Club: Mr A Eales 220 Bowhill Rd Willawong 4110 Ph: 0417 750 544 Email: anthonyjeales@gmail.com • Pine Rivers Kennel Club: Mrs J Glover, PO Box 453, Caboolture 4510. Ph: 0419 663 942 Email: judy@fjweis.com

• Hervey Bay Kennel Club: Mrs B. Mangin, 57 Kehls Rd, Avondale 4670 Ph: (07) 4157 8098 Mob: 0429 418 211 Email: herveybaykennelclub@gmail.com • Isis & District Canine Club: Mrs B Mangin, 57 Kehls Rd, Avondale 4670. Ph: (07) 4157 8098 Mob: 0429 478 211 Email: isis.dist.cci@gmail.com • Mackay Kennel Club: Miss K. Volker, PO Box 7156, Mackay MC 4741 Ph: 0438 547 785 Email: kirstin.volker@gmail.com • Maryborough Kennel Club Inc: Mrs L. McLaughlin, PO Box 402 Maryborough 4650 Ph: 0408 896 260 Email: lizamcl.31@gmail.com • Mount Morgan & Bouldercombe Kennel Club: Mr J Whitehead, PO Box 8243, Allenstown, 4700 Mob: 0407 620 971 Email: j.n.whitehead@bigpond.com • The Pioneer Valley Kennel Club: Miss L McCrindle, 38 Langdon – Lumburra Rd, Mirani 4754. Ph: (07) 4959 1353 Email: lanrob@dodo.com.au • Rockhampton Kennel Club Inc.: Mrs J Scott, PO Box 8593, Allenstown, 4700 Ph: (07) 4939 7698 Email: calstonia2@bigpond.com.au

• Queensland Kennel Council : Mrs U. Greenwood 49 Leatherwood Pl Brookfield 4069 Ph: 07 3374 4122 Mob: 0488 742 333 Email: ulla@leatherwoodlodge.com

• Sarina Kennel Club: Mrs C Donaldson, PO Box 742, Sarina 4737 Ph: 0407 150 815 Email: candrdonaldson@bigpond.com

• Redcliffe Peninsula Kennel Club: Ms L Horne 40 Whiteside Rd, Whiteside, Qld, 4503, Ph: (07) 3285 5503 Mob: 0418 783 823 Email: liane@lowenhart.net

• Atherton Tableland Kennel Club: Mrs L Halliwell, PO Box 555, Atherton 4883 Ph: 0407 160 670 Email: lhalliwell@bigpond.com

• Sunshine Coast Kennel Club: Mrs H Weil, 53 Evans Grove Rd, Glenview 4553 Ph: (07) 5494 7496 Email: hweil1@bigpond.com • Waterloo Bay Kennel Club: Mr D McAllister, PO Box 2443 Keperra 4055 Mob: 0439 397 884 Email: dapmac@bigpond.net.au • Western Suburbs Kennel Club: Mrs G Hovey Jacobs, 10 Cliff Tce Macleay Island 4184 Ph: (07) 3409 4705 Mob: 0400 826 333 Email: gwenj2@spin.net.au

CENTRAL ZONE 2 CLUBS • Bundaberg Canine Club Inc.: Mrs. M. Norton, PO Box 7370, North Bundaberg 4670. Ph: (07) 4157 8338. Mob: 0437 578 338. Email: bundabergcanineclub@activ8.net.au

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NORTHERN ZONE 3 CLUBS

• Bowen Kennel Club: Mrs L Gordon, 3 George St, Bowen 4805 Ph: 0400 938 524 Email: design@dognewsaustralia.com • Cairns City Kennel Club Inc.: Mrs. K. Frame, PO Box 252, Cairns 4870 Ph: (07) 4055 6720 Email: Kframe@hertz.com • Charters Towers Kennel Club: Mrs T. Hill, PO Box 352, Charters Towers Qld 4820 Ph: (07) 4787 7627 Mob: 0466 245 758 Email: darchaltan@yahoo.com.au • Cloncurry & District Canine Club: Ms F. Rae 18 Alice St Cloncurry 4824 Ph: 0427 958 426 Email: cdcclub@outlook.com.au • Ingham Kennel & Obedience Club Inc: Mrs R. Horton, PO Box 776, Ingham 4850 Ph: 0417 611 085 Email: rhonmor@hotmail.com

• Innisfail Kennel Club: Mrs. M. Adkins, 332 Boonmoo Rd, Dimbulah 4872. Ph: (07) 4093 5304 Email: dimbulahpostshop@bigpond.com • Mareeba & District Kennel Club: Mrs. B. Houston,1 Outlook Cres., Kuranda, 4872 Ph: (07) 4093 7488 Mob: 0400 440 186 Email: houston0@westnet.com.au • Proserpine Whitsunday Obedience & Kennel Club Inc: Mrs D. Appleby PO Box 232 Koumala 4738 Mob: (07) 4950 3934 Email: kdappleby@hotmail.com • Thuringowa City Kennel Club: Ms M. Bradshaw, PO Box 7411 Garbutt BC 4814 Ph: 0439 778 994 Email: melissa@bradshaw.com.au • Townsville Kennel Association Inc.: Mr G Hickey, PO Box 7738 Garbutt BC 4814 Ph: (07) 4751 6468 Mob: 0499 009 839 Email: orlagh@internode.on.net Website: www.townsvillekennelassociation.com • Tully & District Kennel Club: Ms F Vecchio, PO Box 1290, Tully 4854. Ph: (07) 4066 7912 Email: info@tullykennelclub.com.au

OBEDIENCE / AGILITY / TRACKING / HERDING • All Breeds Tracking Club: Mrs K. Barrass 150 Quail St Cedar Vale 4285 Ph: (07) 5543 1885 Email: barrassk@bigpond.com • Caboolture Sports Dog Obedience Club: Mrs K Hutt, PO Box 491, Morayfield, 4506 Ph: 0450 902 520 Email: secretary@caboolturedogobedience.com.au Website: www.caboolturedogobedience.com.au • Cairns City Kennel Club Inc.: Mrs J Wilkinson, PO Box 252, Cairns 4870 Ph: (07) 4055 4040 Email: jeanw22@bigpond.com

• Gold Coast Dog Obedience Training Club Inc: Mrs A Fulton, PO Box 143, Southport 4215 Ph: (07) 5593 7512 Email: gcdotc@yahoo.com.au Website: www.goldcoastdogobedience.com • Gympie Dog Obedience Club Inc.: Ms M. Abrey PO Box 404, Gympie, 4570 Ph: (07) 5483 6509 Mob: 0437 933 043 Email: gympiedogobedienceclubinc@gmail.com Website: www.gympiedoc.com • Hervey Bay Dog Obedience & Agility Club Inc: Ms K Wallace, PO Box 365, Hervey Bay 4655 Mob: 0487 319 745 Email: hbdoaci@live.com.au Website: www.herveybaydogclub.com • Ingham Kennel & Obedience Club Inc: Mrs R. Horton, PO Box 776, Ingham 4850 Mob: 0417 611 285 (after 4pm) Email: rhonmor@hotmail.com • Ipswich Dog Obedience Club: Mrs J. Dinh, PO Box 2007, North Ipswich 4305 Ph: (07) 3424 5864 Mob: 0434 142 386 Email: julie.dinh@optusnet.com.au • Jimboomba Dog Training Club Inc: Ms S. Chandler, PO Box 206, Jimboomba 4280 Ph: (07) 5546 3355 Email: suzanne.chandler12@gmail.com • Lockyer Valley Dog Training Club Inc: Mrs A Williams, PO Box 321 Laidley 4341 Ph: (07) 5465 7450 Mob: 0417 799 281 Email: amalie_w@westnet.com.au • Logan All Breeds Dog Obedience Club Inc: Mr E. Curry, PO Box 23 Kingston 4114 Ph: 0411 336 434 Email: labdocsecretary@bigpond.com • Magpies Mackay & District Obedience Club: Mrs. C. Hodge, PO Box 655, Mackay 4740 Ph: (07) 4944 0373 Email: carol.hodge@bigpond.com Website: www.mackaydogobedience.com

• Canine Obedience Club of Townsville: Ms J Forbes-Faulkner, PO Box 991, Aitkenvale 4814 Ph: 0427 725 982 Email: secretary@coct.com.au

• Maryborough Dog Obedience Club: Miss Z Matthews, PO Box 3050 Maryborough 4650 Mob: 07 4129 0183 Email: montrave@bigpond.com

• Continental Herding Club: Mrs A. Luck, 9 Sundown Crt, NARANGBA 4504 Ph: (07) 4630 5557 Mob: 0407 303 599 Email: secretary@continentalherding.com

• Metropolitan Dog Obedience Club Inc.: Mrs W Waller, PO Box 337, Zillmere 4034 Ph: (07) 3359 9901 Email: metrodogclub@live.com.au Website: www.metrodogclub.com

• Dances With Dogs Club Queensland: Miss G. Westmore, 13 Thallon Close Wamuran 4512 Ph: (07) 5496 6448 Mob: 0488 999 683 Email: dwdcq@live.com.au

• Nanango Kennel Club: Obedience Listing and Zone 1 Conformation Listing Mrs V. Mannion PO Box 533 Nanango 4615 Ph: 0417 004 031 Email: garvyman@internode.on.net Website: www.freewebs.com/nanangokennelclub Facebook: www.facebook.com/Nanangoand DistrictAllBreedsKennelClub

• DogzCairns Inc: Ms S Daniels, PO Box 644, Smithfield 4878 Ph: 0408 183 038 Email: dogzcairns@hotmail.com Website: www.dogzcairns.org– • Evergreen Tracking Dog Club Inc: Mr B. Berry 41 Darley Rd Upper Caboolture 4510 Ph: 0407 158 196 Email: bntberry@gmail.com Email (secondary): Bruce.Berry@citec.com.au • Gladstone Dog Obedience Club: Mrs C Hodgson, PO Box 948, Gladstone 4680 Ph: (07) 4978 1828 Mob: 0407 584 733 Email: gladstoneobedience@gmail.com

• Obedience Dog Club of Brisbane: Ms D. Raeburn, PO Box 1288 Oxley 4075 Ph: 0411 017 454 Email: info@odcb.org Website: www.odcb.org • Obedience Dog Club of Bundaberg: Mrs M. Nelson, PO Box 5417, Bundaberg 4670 Ph: (07) 4155 1617 Email: meredithnelson1960@hotmail.com

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Kennel Clubs Directory The Queensland Dog World

• Pine Rivers Dog Training Club Inc: Ms J. Moss, PO Box 272 Strathpine 4500 Ph: 0438 332 722 Email: pineriversdoc@hotmail.com or jennifer.suzanne.moss@gmail.com • Qld Herding Association: Mrs A Ross 10 Treecreeper Crt Elimbah 4516 Ph: 0417 625 951 Email: nettles58@bigpond.com • Redcliffe Dog Obedience Club Inc: Mrs P. Pronk , PO Box 493, Redcliffe 4020 Ph: 0458 519 099 Email: secretary@rdoc.com.au Website: www.rdoc.com.au • Redlands Dog Obedience Club Inc: Mr S Vaughan PO Box 16 Capalaba 4157 Ph: (07) 3206 3896 Mob: 0417 722 213 Email: svaughan0510@gmail.com Website: www.redlandsdoc.com • Rockhampton Dog Obedience Club Inc: Ms S. Bassett, PO Box 5064, Rockhampton MC 4702 Ph: (07) 4939 6085, Mob: 0419 717 619 Email: sheena.bassett@bigpond.com Website: www.rockhamptondogobedience.com • Southside Dog Obedience Club Inc: Mrs S Geraghty, PO Box 2273, Runcorn 4113 Ph: (07) 3345 1351 Email: enquiries@southsidedogobedience.org Website: www.southsidedogobedience.org • Sunshine Coast Dog Obedience Club Inc: Mrs A Telesz, P.O. Box 702 Buderim 4556 Ph: 0409 669 704 Email: telesz@hotmail.com • Tablelands Dog Obedience Club: Mrs K Shaban, 44 Mable St Atherton 4883 Ph: 07 4093 7848 Email: tablelanddogobedienceclub@gmail.com • Toowoomba Dog Obedience Club Inc.: Mrs. S McIntyre, PO Box 3606VF, Toowoomba 4350 Ph: (07) 4696 7393. Mob 0438 807 930 Email: enquiries@dogstoowoomba.org.au Website: www.dogstoowoomba.org.au

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

SOCIAL CLUBS - UNAFFILIATED CONFORMATION • Alaskan Malamute and Siberian Husky Social Club (Qld.) Inc: Miss T. Goodwin, PO Box 1037, Gailes 4300 Ph: (07) 3271 4465 between 5:00pm and 7:00pm only Email: secretary.amscq@gmail.com Website: www.amscq.com.au • Bernese Mountain Dog Social Club of Qld: Mrs J Hazell, 53 Allambie St, Carina 4152 Ph: (07) 3843 1407 Mob: 0421 042 788 Email: teresajackie@optusnet.com.au

• Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Society of Qld: Mr. K. Hetherington, 17 Sarah St., Annerley 4103 Ph: (07) 3848 4242 Email: cmhetherington@gmail.com • The Original Australian Breeds Club Secretary: Ms L. Nielsen., Annerley 4103, 11 Fluer Cres Lockyer Waters 4311 Ph: 0417 549 600 Email: lyn_n@bigpond.com

OBEDIENCE • Warwick Dog Obedience Club: Ms B. McGregor PO Box 35 Yangan 4371 Ph: (07) 4664 8050 Email: warwickdogobedience@gmail.com

FIELD • Qld Lure Coursing Association Inc: Mrs S Burrows, PO Box 366 Underwood 4119 Ph: 0405 791 646. Email: rodburrows0@hotmail.com

BREED RESCUE SERVICES

BULL TERRIER: Contact: Mrs M. Reynolds Ph: (07) 5546 3003 Website: www.qldbullterrierrescue.com Email: qldbtr@bigpond.com CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL: Contact: Ms L. MacMillan Rehoming Officer, Ph: 0419 339 150 Email: liza.mac@internode.on.net CHESAPEAKE BAY RETRIEVER Contact: Ms M Wedgwood Ph: 0417 606 214 Email: tenarda@iprimus.com.au CHINESE CRESTED DOG: Contact: Ms S. Richards, Ph: (07) 5596 0636 Mob: 0411 094 439 COLLIE ROUGH & SMOOTH: Contact: Mrs J Armatys, Ph: (07) 4157 2758 Email: keamaree@bigpond.com DACHSHUND: Contact: Mrs V. Lingard. Ph: (07) 3800 1127 ENGLISH SETTER: Contact: Mrs C. Gorey Ph: 0438 598 597 Email: goreymky@bigpond.com

AFGHAN HOUND: Contact: Mrs H. McKay Ph: (07) 3297 7538

DOGUE DE BORDEAUX: Contact: Mrs J Bloomfield Ph: 0412 119 688 Email: ddbrescue@hotmail.com

ANIMAL AMBULANCE / CRUELTY REPORTS: Contact: Ph: 1300 852 188

Contact: Mrs V. McArthur Ph: 0417 767 357 Email: info@amedange.com

AUSTRALIAN SILKY TERRIER: Contact: Miss R. Hunt Ph: 0400 246 987 Email: rachnut@hotmail.com

GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG: Contact: Mrs J Hansford, Ph: (07) 3289 7282 Email: jehansford@techsus.com.au

BASENJI: Adoption Co-Ordinator Contact: Ethel Blair Ph: (07) 3217 5943 Email: ethel.blair@gmail.com Contact: Louise Marsden Ph: 0429 896 558 Email: lcl72711@bigpond.net.au Contact: Carol Benson Ph: 0468 364 031 Email: carolsmail74@gmail.com Website: www.basenjibreednetwork.org.au Email: basenjinetworkqld@gmail.com

GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER: Contact: Mrs B. Mangin. Ph: (07) 4156 1078 Ph: (07) 5464 3973 GOLDEN RETRIEVER: Contact: Mrs K. Vowell Ph: 0423 320 020 Email: grcqld@gmail.com HUNGARIAN VIZSLA: Contact: Mrs. K. Eory Ph: (07) 3265 1621

BEAGLE: Contact: Mrs W. Lynes, Ph: (07) 3290 2973 Mob: 0428 779 323 Email: rescue@beagleclubqld.org

IRISH RED & WHITE SETTER Contact: Mrs C. Gorey Ph: 0438 598 597 Email: goreymky@bigpond.com

BELGIAN SHEPHERD: Contact: Mrs J. Hafey Ph: 0450 637 559 Email: secretary@bsdcq.com

IRISH SETTER Contact: Mrs C. Gorey Ph: 0438 598 597 Email: goreymky@bigpond.com

BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG: Contact: Ms J Hazell, Ph: (07) 3843 1407 Mob: 0421 042 788 Email: teresajackie@optusnet.com.au

LABRADOR RETRIEVER: Contact: Mrs S Luchterhand Ph: (07) 5546 0772

BORZOI: Contact: Ms V. Dawson.Ph: (07) 3857 3682 Contact: Mrs B. Mangin. Ph: (07) 4156 1078 BULLDOG: Contact: Lucas Perrett Ph: 0452 210 184 Email: qldbulldogclub@gmail.com North of Sunshine Coast Contact: Mr D. Ravenscroft Ph: (07) 4129 2205 Gold Coast Contact: Ms B. Halliday Ph: (07) 5543 6750 Brisbane Contact: Ms M. Lloyd Ph: 0400 248 138 Contact: Mr L. Perrett Ph: 0452 210 184 BULLMASTIFF: Contact: Mrs R. Armstrong Ph: (07) 5546 8427 Mob: 0401 145 129

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Toy and Miniature Contact: Ms P. Morgan, Ph: 0414 501 707 Email: qpcsecretary@yahoo.com.au Central Qld Contact: Mrs M. McMahon Ph: 07 4933 2715 or Mob: 0419 395 961

PUG: Contact: Ms H. Jordan, Ph: 0415 370 526 Email: pugrescueqld@optusnet.com.au Contact: Carol-Ann Ph: (07) 3814 1382 Mob: 0438 515 895 PYRENEAN MOUNTAIN DOG: Contact: Mrs. A. Everson. Ph: (07) 3200 0321 RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK: Contact: Mrs. R. Smith. Ph: (07) 5529 9903 Email: ridgies1@bigpond.net.au SAINT BERNARD: Contact: Miss S Hannan Ph: 0431 251 372 Contact: Mrs A Inmon Ph: 0400 142 267 SCHNAUZER: Contact: Ms A. Goodwin Ph: 0405 421 897 Email: Schnauzerrescueqld@gmail.com SKYE TERRIER: Contact: Mrs H. MacGregor Ph: 0428 947 110 Mob: 0429 999 053 STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIER: Contact: Miss M. Nielsen Ph: 0419 631 221 SETTER RESCUE: Mrs C Gorey, Ph: 0438 598 597 Email: goreymky@bigpond.com TIBETAN SPANIEL: Contact: Miss A. Caer Ph: (07) 3351 7257 Mob: 0402 555 508 Email: qtsrr@optusnet.com.au Website: http://members.optusnet.com.au/ aricaer/qtsrr WEIMARANER: Contact: Mrs J. Glover Ph: 0419 663 942 WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERRIER RESCUE: Contact: Mrs A. Cloughley Ph: (07) 3206 6460 Email: redinbrin1@bigpond.com WHIPPET: Contact: Secretary Email: whippetclubqld@gmail.com YORKSHIRE TERRIER: Contact: Miss R Hunt Ph: 0400 246 987 Email: rachnut@hotmail.com

LAGOTTO ROMAGNOLO: Contact: Mrs P Wyllie Ph: (07) 4163 7288 Mob: 0400 903 303 Email: trish@lagottoqld.com LHASA APSO: Contact: Ms J. Woodward, Ph: (07) 5428 6201 Mob: 0413 788 775 Email: jane@lhasaapso.com.au MAREMMA SHEEPDOG: Contact: Ms H. Brennan. Ph: (07) 5426 4103 OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG: Contact: Mrs A Cassidy Ph: (07) 3201 0952 Email: ottaba@bigpond.net.au POINTER: Contact: Mrs R Glegg Ph: (07) 5547 1689 Mob: 0439 830 495 Email: robyneg6@iinet.net.au POODLE RESCUE: Standard Poodles: Contact: Mrs S. Graham Ph: 0417 470 542

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All Breeds and Multiple Groups Obedience Clubs Single Group and Multi Breeds Clubs Speciality Breed Club Agricultural Societies Tracking and Field Trials Clubs

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Championship Show Judges Obedience, Herding and Field Trial Judges Breed Championship Judges Open Show Only Judges Obedience and Field Sweepstakes Judges Earthdog Judges Training Fees for Aspiring Judges Handler Judges

$58.00 $58.00 $58.00 $58.00 $51.00 $51.00 $34.00 No Fee

REGISTRATIONS PER PUP ($1.10 from each puppy is donated to Canine Research) Under 3 months $43.00 Over 3 and under 6 months $71.00

Over 6 and under 12 months

$89.00

SEVENTH LITTER ONWARDS

Under 3 months Over 3 and under 6 months Over 6 and under 12 months

80 - April 2017

$86.00 $142.00

$178.00

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

$27.00 $35.00

Members Non-members

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

$41.00 $54.00

Members Non-members 2017 RE-REGISTRATIONS OF DOGS / SEMEN

Imported dogs/semen Imported dogs/semen – NZ only Tenterfield Terriers Sporting Register Associate Register

$108.00 $72.00 $72.00 $34.00 $17.00

TITLES

TITLES RE-REGISTRATIONS DOGS / SEMEN$34.00 All Championship Titles (incl. breedersOF cert) All other awards $24.00 (Plus breeders cert) $10.50 Laminating $5.50 OTHER

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$56.00 $21.00 $68.00 $34.00

STATIONERY

OFFICIAL SHOW ENTRY FORMS (Book of 50) including postage RULE BOOKS CCC (Qld) Postage per book

$7.00 $6.60 $2.10

RULES FOR THE CONDUCT OF:

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$52.80 $3.30 $8.80 POA $6.60 $4.40 $0.55 $2.10

CERTIFICATES

Challenge Reserve Challenge Best Of Breed Group Awards (1 In Show, 7 In Group) Neuter Challenge Neuter in Group Awards Neuter in Show Awards Best Neuter Of Breed Obedience Qual. Agility Qual. Retrieving Ability Test for Gundogs Tracking Qual. Track & Search Qual Field & Ret Qual. Dances with Dogs Rally-O Lure Course Lure Course Open Stake Lure Course Single Stake Lure Course Ability Test Earthdog Test Herding Sled Sport Event SET STEWARDS GRAPHS (10 + 2 General Specials sheet(s) JUDGES BOOKS (each) JUDGES CONTRACTS (set of 10) OBEDIENCE JUDGING CHARTS Novice, Open, Utility and or Agility (25 sheets per set)

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Dogs Queensland - The Queensland Dog World - Issue 4 - April - 2017  

Feature Breeds: The German Shepherd Dog

Dogs Queensland - The Queensland Dog World - Issue 4 - April - 2017  

Feature Breeds: The German Shepherd Dog