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ISSUE 2

February 2017

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Dogs Queensland The Queensland Dog World

Inside this issue Cover photograph: Provided by The Great Dane Society of QLD Inc. Artwork by Gayle Revill, Thunderfire Great Danes & Art (Victoria) Contact: bluedanes4me@southernphone.com.au

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President’s Message

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Editorial Notes

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Board Notes

10 - 11

Notices

12 - 16

CCC(Q) Ltd AGM Notice

THE GREAT DANE The Apollo of Dogs and Gentle Giant Supplied by The Great Dane Society of Qld Inc

Articles of Interest 30 - 31

5 Ways to Protect Your Dogs from The Heat This Summer

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ATAXIA Research Results

Schedules 42 - 58

Show Schedules

59 - 62

Obedience Trial Schedules

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Other Trial Schedules

Directories

Pages 18 - 29

NEOSPORA CANINUM

64 - 67

Registered Breeders Directory

Something all breeders should be aware of...

69 - 71

Kennel Clubs Directory

Written by Jody Hafey

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Rates Guide

Pages 32 - 34

Private Peter Haran and Tracker Dog CAESAR

Vietnam War Pages 38 - 41

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The President’s Message The Queensland Dog World

President’s Message for February 2017 Director Elections By the time you are reading this message, the time for you all to vote for your Dogs Queensland Directors is nearly here. Thank you once again to all those Members who have provided their email details and those who have let us know that they wish to vote in the upcoming Director Elections via a postal vote. The nominations booklet is provided for all Members in this edition of the Dog World, as well as the Dogs Queensland Website, and I would urge you all to read this very carefully and make up your own minds about who you believe will best serve the interests of Dogs Queensland. The six Directors that are elected now in 2017 will remain on the Dogs Queensland Board of Directors until March 2021. As a reminder once again, this is the process that will be followed for those opting for Internet Voting. ‘Just prior to the Ballot opening on 10th February, you will receive two emails from Australian Election Company. The first will contain your unique Dogs Queensland person number, the second will contain Voting Instructions, a link to the voting website and a random Password. When you click on the link to the Voting website, you will be asked to enter your authentication details (Person Number and the random Password). Once the correct authentication details have been entered, the list of Candidates will appear on the screen. You will also be able to view each of the brief Candidate résumés before selecting your preferred Candidates. To cast your vote, follow the on-screen voting instructions and be sure to submit your vote before leaving the voting system. Once you have submitted your vote, you will not be able to vote again. Please note that voting is entirely secret as your Person number and Password are electronically detached from your manner of voting. During the Voting period, 10th February to 15th March, if you require any voting assistance, you will be able to contact our Helpdesk on 1800 224 420 during business hours.’

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The President’s Message The Queensland Dog World

Award Of Life Membership The award of Life Membership is the highest honour that Dogs Queensland can bestow upon a Member and it was with great pleasure that the Board presented the honour for 2016 to Mrs Georgina Golle. Briefly, as there will be a full write up in the March Dog World, Georgina served for 14 years as a CCC(Q) Councillor, Chaired numerous Committees, trained / trialled many dogs in the RAFT, Obedience and Tracking world and was a wonderful ambassador for the dog world. Well done indeed. Animal Management (Protecting Puppies) And Other Legislation Amendment Act 2016 (Act) Obviously the negotiations with the State Government continue as we try to secure the very best outcome for our Members. I will continue to supply regular email updates on the situation as things move very quickly at times, all updates are and will also be available on our Website and Facebook page.

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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Breed advertising layout and photograph returns: Dogs Queensland office Ph: (07) 3252 2661 PO Box 495, Fortitude Valley Qld 4006 Email: info@dogsqueensland.org.au Commercial advertising: Dogs Queensland Office Ph: (07) 3252 2661

When is your breed featuring? March

American Hairless Terrier

April

German Shepherd Dog

May

Borzoi

Copy deadline: All copy, including all breed articles and advertising copy, must be received five (5) weeks prior to publication date - i.e. 25th August for the October issue and 25th October for the December issue. No exceptions can be granted.

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.

Notice to advertisers The Trade Practices Act came into force on 1st October 1974. Certain provisions of the act relating to consumer protection place a heavy burden upon advertisers, advertising agents and the publishers of advertisements. In view of the obvious impossibility of our ensuring that advertisements submitted for publication comply with the act, advertisers themselves need to ensure that the provisions of the act are strictly complied with. In cases of doubt, advertisers are advised to seek legal advice before submitting advertising material.

Printcraft (07) 3291 2415 www.printcraft.com.au

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Dogs Queensland Board Notes The Queensland Dog World

Board Notes February 2017

at the Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds at Durack:

Durack Fun Days

1. The designated Smoking area will now be located on the corner next to the Disabled Parking area, opposite the kitchen driveway.

For 2017, Clubs using Durack for ‘Fundays’ or similar events will only be allowed to do so twice a year. The dates for 2017 will be Sunday 14th May and Sunday 19th November.

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 2017 at 8:00am.

Dogs Queensland Life Membership Life Membership may be granted to any member of Dogs Queensland who has rendered outstanding or special services to Dogs Queensland. That person shall retain membership of Dogs Queensland for their life unless otherwise determined by virtue of any exercise of disciplinary proceedings under the CCC(Q) Ltd Rules. Any Affiliated Kennel Club or Dogs Queensland Member may nominate any member for Life Membership. That person will have a minimum of fifteen (15) years continuous full membership of the Dogs Queensland and must have been a member of a Club or Clubs during that time. Such nominations are to include a citation, which provides the justification for the nomination. Citations for those Life Memberships awarded will be published in the Dog World magazine and, where possible, presentations will be made at an appropriate function or event. The CCC(Q) Ltd Board of Directors will consider all nominations on their merit and with strict confidentiality. The Board sees the grant of Life Membership as honouring a member who has been truly outstanding in his or her support of Canine Affairs, particularly beyond that of a single Club. All nominations for 2017 Dogs Queensland Life Memberships should be received in the Dogs Queensland Office no later than Wednesday 1st March 2017.

Smoking At Durack THE FOLLOWING HAS BEEN ISSUED BY THE DURACK GROUNDS COMMITTEE:

2. No Smoking will be allowed within 10 metres of any Show ring. 3. No Smoking will be allowed in any Camping area. 4. No Smoking will be permitted within 10 metres of any building. Any previous inference that this was a State Government directive was incorrect. Thank you for your cooperation regarding this matter.

Latest Member Suspensions MEMBER NAME

RULE(S) SUSPENSION BREACHED PERIOD

SUSPENSION START/ RECOMMENCE DATE

SUSPENSION FINISH DATE

Mr G. Stewart

83 & 262

Terminated

26 October 2016

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Mr J. Joy

83 & 262

Terminated

26 October 2016

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Insurance 2017 The Insurance Policy documentation pertaining to Clubs for 2017 is now available on the Dogs Queensland website. Just to confirm that we have been able to continue with the Business Travel Insurance Policy taken out on behalf of all Queensland Affiliated Clubs which is designed to cover a situation where an interstate Judge has had to pull out of an appointment, a replacement is needed and the original fare is non-refundable/ non-transferable. These policies can also be provided as a hard copy if necessary.

2018 Show Dates The draft 2018 Show Dates are now available on the Dogs Queensland Website. In a change to normal procedures, the cut-off date for the receipt of requests for additional Show Dates and changes to Show Dates for 2018 is 31st March 2017.

The provisions below were implemented from 1st January 2017

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Dogs Queensland Board Notes The Queensland Dog World

Dogs Queensland Specialist Member List As per the Constitution, the appointment of Members to the Dogs Queensland Specialist Member List, that will in turn form part of the Appeals Panel and also Breaches Panel, is approved on a yearly basis. Under the terms of the Constitution, all Members will need to be nominated by an Affiliated Club and then approved by the Board of Directors on a yearly basis. It is hoped that this process can be completed shortly and it is requested that Clubs provide any nominations they have to the Dogs Queensland Office no later than 22nd February 2017 by email or mail. All current Members of the panel will be contacted shortly to ascertain whether they wish to continue and to contact their nominating Club. Reproduced below are the sections of the CCC(Q) Ltd Constitution and Rules that deal with the formation of the Panel under this Constitution, and it is noted that this Panel will also form an Appeal Panel under the terms of Clause 19. 19 Appeal to the Appeal Panel regarding a decision to reject, suspend, disqualify or terminate membership 19.1 Each year, the Board of Directors shall appoint: (1) a Legal Chairperson List which shall comprise persons who are lawyers of more than ten (10) years post admission experience, including retired eminent lawyers, who may or may not have a current or former association with the CCCQ Ltd; and (2) a Dogs Queensland Specialist Member List which comprises persons with specialist knowledge of one or more of the CCCQ Ltd discipline areas and / or canine matters more generally but will not include current members of the Board provided that the members on the Dogs Queensland Specialist Member List shall have the following qualifications: (a) they shall be members of the CCC(Q) / CCCQ Ltd of no fewer than fifteen (15) years active membership and shall be either; (b) experienced judges; or (c) active Club Committee member with undoubted experience; or (d) active exhibitors with undoubted experience and standing as such.

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(3) The Board of Directors may waive the requirement of fifteen (15) years membership in the case of specialists in certain fields, i.e. Veterinary Surgeons, Solicitors, etc. Each year, the Executive of each of the Clubs affiliated with the CCCQ Ltd shall be requested to nominate members of the CCCQ Ltd to be appointed to this list. The final composition of this list will be determined by the Board. 19.2 A person whose application for membership has been rejected or whose membership has been suspended, disqualified or terminated (Appellant) may give the Secretary written notice of the person’s intention to appeal the decision. 19.3 A notice of intention to appeal must be given to the Secretary: (1) in the prescribed form; and (2) within twenty eight (28) days of being notified of the decision to reject, suspend, disqualify or terminate the person’s membership. 19.4 Upon receiving a notice of intention to appeal, the Secretary must appoint an Appeal Panel. 19.5 The Appeal Panel will comprise one (1) person from the Legal Chairperson List and two (2) persons from the Dogs Queensland Specialist Member List. The three (3) persons comprising this Panel will have a decision-making role. In each appeal instance, the Secretary must nominate the next person on the Legal Chairperson list and the next two (2) persons from the Dogs Queensland Specialist Member List. If a potential conflict of interest is identified, or the person is excused for another reason, the next person on the relevant list is to be nominated by the Secretary. 19.6 Within seven (7) days of nominating the Appeal Panel, the Secretary must notify the Appellant of the persons comprising the Appeal Panel. Within seven (7) days of receiving notice from the Secretary, the Appellant may have the initial and once only right to reject any or all members of the Appeal Panel, in which event the Secretary must appoint the next person or persons on the relevant list and within seven (7) days notify the Appellant of the revised Appeal Panel. 19.7 Before the appeal is determined, the Appellant must be given a full and fair opportunity to make submissions to the Appeal Panel. The Appeal Panel will be guided by the principles of procedural fairness and natural justice in determining the procedures that are to apply.

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19.8 The decision of the Appeal Panel shall be final.

decision of the Breaches Panel as soon as practicable.

19.9 The Secretary shall advise the Appellant in writing of the decision of the Appeal Panel as soon as practicable.

20.9 A member who is suspended by the Breaches Panel: (1) may not judge, register a litter or transfer or use their dog or bitch at stud for the period of the suspension; (2) is otherwise ineligible to take part in exhibitions held under the Rules of the CCCQ Ltd for the term of such suspension; and (3) they shall be re-instated as a Member at the end of the period of suspension determined by the Breaches Panel.

20 Disciplining of members 20.1 A member shall strictly observe and act in accordance with the Constitution, Rules and Code of Ethics of the CCCQ Ltd; and 20.2 Without limiting clause 20.1, a member must not engage in any conduct that could reasonably be considered to be: (1) dishonest, malicious, vexatious or scandalous or contrary to law; (2) discreditable to the member concerned or any other member; (3) prejudicial or injurious or tending to prejudice or injure any person interested in canine affairs; (4) prejudicial or injurious or tending to prejudice or injure the interests, image or standing of the CCCQ Ltd; or (5) contrary to the spirit and intent of the Constitution, Rules and Code of Ethics or any other code, resolution policy or direction of the CCCQ Ltd or any Committee. 20.3 The Legal Chairperson List and the Dogs Queensland Specialist Member List established under clause 19 will similarly be utilised as the Breaches Panel to hear matters arising from the exercise of powers by the CCCQ Ltd under Part Five (5) of the Rules 2005 and previously heard by the Breaches and Inquiries Sub-Committee. 20.4 The powers of the Breaches Panel include the right to suspend or disqualify a member for a nominated period of time. 20.5 The Breaches Panel will comprise one (1) person from the Legal Chairperson List and two (2) persons from the Dogs Queensland Specialist Member List. Similarly, these three (3) persons will have an adjudicative role. 20.6 Before the matter is determined, the Breaches Panel will provide the members with the opportunity to make submissions to the Breaches Panel. The Breaches Panel will be guided by the principles of procedural fairness and natural justice in determining the procedures that are to apply to the hearing. 20.7 In the event that the Breaches Panel determines that the alleged breach has been proven, any previous history of breaches by the member will be considered in determining the penalty. 20.8 The Secretary shall advise the member in writing of the

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20.10 A member who is disqualified by the Breaches Panel: (1) may not judge, register a litter or transfer or use their dog or bitch at stud for the period of the disqualification; (2) is otherwise ineligible to take part in exhibitions held under the Rules of the CCCQ Ltd for the term of such disqualification; and (3) will be required to reapply for membership at the end of the period of disqualification or ineligibility determined by the Breaches Panel.

National DWD Committee : Review Of The Rules For The Conduct Of Dances With Dogs Competitions : Call For Submissions The following are scheduled for review over the next couple of years in order for the new rules to take effect from 1st January 2019: •

Rules for the Conduct of Dances with Dogs Competitions

It is therefore requested that any proposals for changes to these Rules be submitted to the Dogs Queensland Office no later than 1st April 2017. The Rules as they are now can be found on the ANKC Website. As these submissions will form part of the agenda of the next meeting of the National Committee we ask that you ensure they comply with Regulations Part 1, Clause 2.1 which states: "2. 1 No items are to be accepted by the ANKC Ltd Administrator for inclusion on any ANKC Ltd Board, Committee, or Subcommittee Agenda unless a detailed explanation concerning the reason/rationale for submitting the item is provided in agenda format electronically in MS Word or similar by the Member Body proposing the Agenda item. (10/96, 5. 13) (Amended 11/03)"

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Dogs Queensland Board Notes The Queensland Dog World

Continued from page 7 Separate submissions for each discipline should include the following detail: a) the current rule number and rule detail; b) the proposed amendment; c) a full rationale for the proposed amendment. d) list any current rules which could be affected as consequential change/s resulting from a proposed new rule or an amendment to a current rule. Providing the submission in this way assists in allowing other Member Bodies to easily assess only those rules to be amended instead of the time consuming task of checking the entire rulebook.

Durack Catering Specialty Days The Catering for the 2017 Specialty Days will be done by the following Clubs/Committees; Specialty Day: February

French Bulldog Club of Qld

March

Tibetan Spaniel Club of Qld

April

Western Suburbs Kennel Club

June

Ipswich Kennel Club

July

Maree Kennel Club

August

Beaudesert Kennel Club

ANKC News Please note that the relevant document on the Dogs Queensland / ANKC Website has been amended where applicable; REGULATIONS PART 11 - EARTHDOG TESTS FOR SMALL TERRIERS AND DACHSHUNDS : CORRECTION The the following additional errors have been rectified in Regulations Part 11 which become effective 1st January 2017. 4.9. Junior Earthdog Test – Qualifying Performance (Amended 10/16, 6.10.1)

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4.9.1 Each dog shall be brought to the test area entrance by the handler who shall remove all leads, collars, harnesses, etc before entering the test area. The handler shall carry the dog into the test area and stand at the designated starting point, a point directly in front of the den entrance at a distance of approximately 3 metres (10 feet). Upon instructions from the Judge, the handler shall release the dog. The handler may provide unlimited verbal encouragement. The handler may, at the time of release, give the dog one short command with no penalty. The dog should be released no higher than waist level and may be placed on the ground prior to release. Throwing the dog in the direction of the den entrance shall not be permitted and shall cause the dog to fail. 4.9.2 After releasing the dog, the handler shall quietly stand at the release point with no further command or signal and shall not move until instructed by the Judge. Further actions on the part of the handler during the time the dog is being tested could result in failure. 4.9.23 The timing of the dog shall start when the dog is released by the handler. The dog has 90 seconds to reach the quarry, provided that it is continuously searching during that time. It may enter and leave the den without penalty, but must reach the quarry within the 90 second time limit. Dogs reaching the quarry within the 90 second time limit shall pass this portion of the test. The handler may provide unlimited verbal encouragement. The handler must not move past the den entrance, may not touch the dog or any equipment, or reprimand the dog. 4.9.34 Once the dog has reached the quarry it must remain with the quarry until the test is completed. Should the dog leave the quarry area during the test period it shall fail. The Judge shall allow the dog 30 seconds from the time it reached the quarry to begin working. If the dog fails to begin working within 30 seconds the dog shall fail this portion of the test. 4.9.45 The work must begin and for the most part continue at a point within approximately 30 centimetres (1 foot) from the quarry. Once the dog begins working the quarry it must work continuously for 45 seconds for non-live quarry - 60 seconds when live quarry is permitted to be used. Work shall be defined as barking, growling, digging or any form of activity which, in the Judge’s opinion, indicated the dog’s interest in the quarry. A change from one form of work to another shall not be considered as a break.

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Lunging and clearing dirt shall be considered work, as long as the dog stays with the quarry. Intense staring and / or sniffing the quarry should not be considered working. If in the opinion of the judge the dog is not reacting to the presence of the non-live quarry, the judge may attempt to interest the dog with no penalty to the dog. This may include manipulating the non-live quarry or the use of noise-makers or voice encouragement. 4.9.56 Dogs, which work the quarry continuously for 45 seconds for non-live quarry - 60 seconds when live quarry is permitted to be used, shall pass this portion of the test. Upon completion of the test, the Judge should allow the handler to retrieve the dog from the earth. The dog should be removed by way of the top opening at the quarry end of the earth. The dog shall be carried from the test area as soon as possible and not be allowed to investigate the test area. 4.9.67 The Judge shall mark the judging form with the time indicating whether the dog passed or failed and may make written comments as provided on the form. The completed judging forms may be held by either the Judge’s Steward or the Test Steward and collected only by the Test Secretary. 4.9.78 At the completion of the test, the Judge shall announce the names of those dogs which have qualified. The testgiving Club may award prizes or trophies to the dogs that have qualified. REGULATIONS PART 5, CLAUSE 7.4.2 (E) ANKC Ltd has been made aware that the intention of the recent addition of Clause (e) to Regulation 5 - 7.4.2 was not clearly spelt out. The clause has been amended to address the situation and the clause will now read:

Alterations and additions to approved Judges' list Championship: Mrs A. Scott has now retired from Judging. The Board of Directors would like to thank Mrs Scott for her hard work and dedication as a Conformation judge over the past 25 years and wishes her well in her future endeavours. Mr R. Carpenter has now retired from Judging. The Board of Directors would like to thank Mr Carpenter for his hard work and dedication as a Conformation judge over the past 27 years and wishes him well in his future endeavours.

Open Show: Mrs G McNeill New Address: P.O. Box 138 MACKAY QLD 4740 Email: gaystaff@yahoo.com Ph: 0428 592 784 Miss M. Attridge New Address: 6 Sunflower Cres Upper CABOOLTURE 4510

Obedience: Mr A. Fairchild New Address: 2 Redhead Dr, AITKENVALE 4814

Field: Mr R. Boodnikhoff New Email: rsboodnik@bigpond.com

“(e) Runner up to Best in Group - Each Runner Up in the recognized seven (7) groups – ten (10) points less than the Best in Group Winner or 6 points whichever is higher.” RECOGNITION OF THE AMERICAN HAIRLESS TERRIER In accordance with the ANKC Ltd motion this breed is now recognised by ANKC Ltd and will be eligible for exhibition from 1st July 2017 in Group 2 (Terriers).

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Dogs Queensland Notices The Queensland Dog World

BEST OF WINNERS – Group, Puppy and Neuter – NOVEMBER 2017 (Final Date TBA)

Neuter Best of Winners •

Comes from BIG or RUBIG in any Championship or Open Show Dogs Queensland Event. ALL qualifiers will receive an invitation to the finals day.

The point score qualifying period will commence from 1 January 2017 and run to 16th October 2017.

2017 sees the return of a finale event for winners in Open Shows, previously known as the Open Show Spectacular. It is aimed at acknowledging Dogs Queensland members and winning canines who regularly enter Open Shows for the benefit of Trainee Judges and their education.

FORMAT

This year, the events will be completely separate to the DOTY and POTY events, as a reflection of Dogs Queensland members' feedback from previous years.

Best of Winners and Puppy Best of Winners format is as follows: •

• •

In total, there will be three events run – Best of Winners, Puppy Best of Winners and Neuter Best of Winners. TO QUALIFY

In each of the below categories (Best of Winners and Puppy Best of Winners), 24 representatives from each Group will be invited based on a points tally. The following criteria for qualification are as follows:

• •

Best of Winners • •

Points are accumulated by winning Best in Group (5 points) and Runner Up to Best in Group (3 points) at any Open Show in Queensland. In the case of equal points, the position will be filled by the dogs that scored points over the most number of Open Shows.

Puppy Best of Winners •

Points are earned by winning best Baby Puppy in Group, Minor Puppy in Group or Puppy in Group (1 point) at any Open Show in Queensland (only puppies over 6 months old can compete at the event). In the case of tied points, the puppies with the tied points will be judged prior to the rounds commencing by a separate Open Show Judge to fill the 24 spots.

24 dogs from each Group will be drawn against each other (similar to DOTY) There will be 3 Judges selected from the Queensland Open Show Judges panel In each Group there will be 3 rounds, leaving 3 dogs remaining To minimise the risk of losing a super dog in an early round, the three Group Judges will select one eliminated dog each that they believe was their best eliminated dog to also proceed to the final round. Ultimately, 6 dogs from each Group will proceed to the Final Rounds The final round will be judged by another 3 Judges who are nearing the completion of their All Breeds Judges Licence. At the end of this final round 3 dogs will remain. Two of these dogs will compete against each other, the dog that loses this round will verse the remaining exhibit. The winner of this round will compete against the winner from the previous for the Title of Open Show Best of Winners 2017.

Neuter Best of Winners format is as follows: •

Knock out rounds (similar to DOTY) until a winner is crowned.

This competition will be held in hope of plenty of spectators, plenty of excuse for cheering and fun; music, food and merriment along with keen and healthy competition. An evening to remember. The Committee is actively seeking great prizes and spectacular Rosettes that will make entries to Open Shows and Neuter Events something to gear your best dogs up for. Donations of money or prizes will be gratefully accepted. Contact the coordinator, David Kill by mobile on 0428 311 827 or email: dance444@bigpond.net.au Results to be sent to Roslyn Seare: info@theldaroy.com

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Durack Vendors Directory for February 2017: 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 The ANKC Ltd Board resolved at the October 2016 Board meeting that the implementation date of 1st January 2017 for the following motion passed at the May 2016 Board meeting be deferred until 1st July 2017 pending receipt of submissions from National Breed Councils and Breed Clubs and further consideration by the ANKC Ltd Board: “It was unanimously RESOLVED on the motion of P Frost/E Gunter that the Board endorses the National Breed Standards Coordination Group’s recommendation subject to the following highlighted changes: “Effective from 1st January 2017 except in the case where National Breed Councils or Breed Clubs have nominated certain Colours not to be placed on the Main register as per regulations Part 6, 6.2.4 Special Conditions for Registration of Certain Breeds (Amended 04/15 EAP)” Prior to 1st July 2017 only acceptable colours noted in the breed standards will be eligible for registration on the Main Register. All Breed Clubs that have breeds which do not have a National Breed Council as well as Individual Members who have breeds which do not have a National Breed Council or Breed Club are requested to forward to their Member Body office a listing of what colours for their specific breed are not to be placed on the Main Register and to provide evidence for this request by no later than COB 31st March 2017. [Note: The evidence provided can be on the grounds other than health reasons.] [NOTE: This release supersedes our release issued in August 2016.] Tracey Barry Administrator

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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 Loyalty Pet Treats: Email: pettreats@loyaltypettreats.com Contact: Julie and David Ph: (07) 5499 7211

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Dogs Queensland CCC(Q) Ltd AGM The Queensland Dog World

AGM NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF MEMBERS of the Canine Control Council (Queensland) Limited will be held in the DURACK CLUBHOUSE, Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Avenue, Durack at 7:30pm on Wednesday 29th March 2017. All Members have a right to appoint a proxy under Clauses 55-59 of the CCC(Q) Ltd Constitution. Business to be conducted: • • • • •

Receiving the report of the Board of Directors for the previous year Receiving the annual financial accounts duly certified by the Auditor The appointment of the Auditor for the next Financial Year Confirmation of CCC(Q) Ltd Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax exemption status Special Resolution – Update to the CCC(Q) Ltd Constitution as amended 30th June 2014

The Board of Directors hereby gives notice of a Special Resolution (a special resolution is a resolution needed to be passed by at least seventy five [75%] of Members present at a General Meeting) to amend the CCC(Q) Ltd Constitution in accordance with Clause 70 of that Constitution reproduced below; 70 Amendments to the Constitution 70.1 Subject to the Act, this Constitution may be amended only if: (1) a Special Resolution is passed at a General Meeting that a proposed constitutional amendment be put to members for a vote; and (2) seventy five percent (75%) of all members who vote, vote in favour of the proposed amendment at a subsequent ballot. Updates to the CCC(Q) Ltd Constitution as amended 30 June 2014 approved by the Dogs Queensland Board of Directors on 9 January 2017 to be presented at the 2017 AGM as a Special Resolution. (All proposed changes appear as a consolidated document under a ‘News’ Item on the Dogs Queensland Website). NO.

DETAILS OF AMENDMENT

CLAUSE NO

General 1

-

“Board of Directors” amended to “Board” in all instances

Clause 2.1(5) – Definitions and interpretations 2

Appeal Panel

Definition deleted

3

Association

Definition deleted

4

Body

Definition deleted

5

Breaches Panel

Definition deleted

6

Breeder

For point (3), delete the words “if such”

7

Committee

After the words “A Committee”, the following add the following words: “, SubCommittee or Working Party”

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Conformation Show or Event

After the words “in a breed’s individual” and before the words “breed standard”, add the word “ANKC”

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Discipline

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Dogs Queensland Specialist Member List

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Legal Chairperson List

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Neutered

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Non-Conformation Discipline

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Sports Disciplines

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Suspended Member

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Unincorporated Association

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4.1(13)(viii)

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5.2

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5.4(12)

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5.4(14)

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11.3

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11.4

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Remove the words “provided that a member who is not a resident of the State shall not be entitled to the privileges granted by clauses (3) and (4) or to hold any office or to be elected to the Board of Directors or appointed to any Committee” from the end of the paragraph

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DETAILS OF AMENDMENT

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19.4

Delete clause 19.4 and replace as follows: “The Appellant must lodge a formal appeal in accord with the Dogs Queensland Appeal Procedure within fourteen (14) days of the notice of intention to appeal. Then, the Secretary must appoint an Appeal Panel.”

19.7

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20.5

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20.6

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20.7

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20.10

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28.2

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DETAILS OF AMENDMENT

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65.1

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NB – The resolution to update the Constitution will be a single resolution and will not deal with the alterations on a clause by clause basis. •

Any other item of business submitted in writing by a member to the Secretary not less than fourteen (14) days prior to the date fixed for the AGM.

In accordance with Clause 48.1(5) of the CCC(Q) Ltd Constitution, Members are asked to submit any additional items of business to the CCC(Q) Ltd Office no later than 14th March 2017. To assist Members in providing the most accurate and timely information, if anyone has any questions in regards to the financial accounts, it is requested that those be submitted no later than 14th March 2017. Note 1: All Financial Members are entitled to attend the AGM, vote at the AGM and submit Items of Business for the AGM. Any renewing Members from 2016 who are yet to pay their 2017 Renewal Fees may only attend the AGM but may not vote at the AGM unless their 2017 Renewal Fees are paid prior to the AGM. Note 2: All Financial Members unable to attend have the right to appoint a proxy in accordance with Clauses 55 – 59 of the CCC(Q) Ltd Constitution; this proxy form is available from the Dogs Queensland Website. Note 3: The 2016 Annual Report will be available on the Dogs Queensland Website on or around 1 st March 2017 and if Members require a hard copy, they are to request one from the Dogs Queensland Office prior to or after that date.

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2017Dash and Daring - ready to go! (Courtesy S&A Bruce) 18 - February Spencer (brindle, 3yrs)

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THE GREAT DANE

The Apollo of Dogs and Gentle Giant Supplied by The Great Dane Society of Qld Inc

Great Danes are a majestic, elegant and powerful giant breed, which should give the impression of being 'dash and daring; ready to go anywhere and do anything'. Seeing a Great Dane run at full speed or rumbling at play is truly something awesome to behold. They are natural athletes, and love participating in sports and any other activity that their humans engage in, and this includes walks as much as it does lazing around on a couch all day. Great Danes love to sleep, and their preference is for this to be carried out on a couch. For long periods of time. This makes Great Danes surprisingly suitable for small houses and apartments despite their size, provided that they have the opportunity to exercise daily.

Great Danes have 6 approved colours for showing. These are Fawn, Brindle, Black, Mantle, Harlequin and Blue. The Mantle pattern was previously referred to as 'Boston'. Harlequin is unique to Great Danes, and is also a pattern rather than a colour, as they are generally genetically black dogs, which carry a single copy of the merle and harlequin genes.

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Fawn puppies are born quite dark, and lighten up to their golden coat over the ensuing weeks.

Pictured above: Ellie May (fawn) with her litter of newborn fawn puppies (Courtesy S. Gough)

Great Danes are often described as being goofy and clown-like, and they most certainly have a good sense of humour. They do not seem to know their size, and will try to fit into impossible spaces, and they entirely lack any consideration for personal space. The best place to be is as close to you as possible, preferably on top of you, or on your lap. Being a highly affectionate breed, they love cuddles and hugs from their loved ones, but can be aloof with strangers.

showing or breeding, these puppies are usually placed in pet homes.

Pictured above: Keisha (harlequin) brightening her owner's day (Courtesy N. Reynolds) Harlequin breeding programs will also produce Merle coloured dogs, but not being a permitted colour pattern for

Pictured above: Litter of harlequin, black and merle puppies 4 weeks old (Courtesy V. Lansbury)

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A Danes Tale Barry Vickers, Patron of the Great Dane Society QLD Inc. In learned canine literature Great Danes are commonly called the Apollo of all breeds which is a title richly deserved. A fact little less known is that Germany chose the Great Dane as the National dog of the fatherland and it was known as 'Deutsche Dogge'. However, upon meeting a Dane the most imposing feature is simply their size which to the uninitiated is daunting although owners become seasoned to the various comments such as “is it in the next race at Flemington?” (The Australian National Kennel Council Breed Standards Weight Minimum Over 18 months Adult Dogs 54kg and Adult Bitches 46 kg Height Over 18 Months Adult Dogs 76cm and Adult Bitches 71 cm with The Encyclopedia of the Dog – Dr. Bruce Fogle showing Weight Range 46-54 kg Height Range 71-76 cm).

the giants of our dog world although have a friendly nature and typically are well disposed towards other animals including dogs (and other animals) not in their immediate circle. One of our Danes bitches fell in love with our cat although the cat showed absolutely no return affection. Our cat was on the small side and would circle the neighbourhood seeking to create havoc by teasing other felines. The chase would always end with our cat sitting between the paws of her “friend” the Dane daring those chasing to come closer – rather a clever cat! One would never think of a Dane as a lap dog but they are frequently described as the world’s biggest lapdog as they tend to reverse onto you and put their buts onto your knees which creates that sinking feeling. Also Great Danes exhibit a preponderance to lean against any person who is in the 'lean Zone' irrespective of any relationship with the leaning post.

I well remember a truly giant Great Dane owned by one of our senior breeders. This breeder asked if I would mind holding on to this magnificent Dane whilst she was in the show ring.

'Lap dog' Finn, 9mths (Courtesy K. Wallis & TR Keller)

Colours are imposing and include fawns, brindles, blues, blacks, mantles, bostons and of course harlequins and this is combined with a short dense coat. Interestingly many not involved in our dog world mistake size and colour. Over the years my wife and I have owned harlequins and frequently we have been asked “Is that a Dalmatian?” and my wife sweetly replies yes it is but she is quite worried as she has had it on a steroid diet and it has got a little large – no comment is made on spots as opposed to patches. The mind boggles! These magnificent canines have a large and imposing appearance, are one of

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Not a Dalmatian. Vinnie is very much a harlequin, 18mths (Courtesy L. Sellars)

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After a short 'get to know' session I found myself buckling under the Danes not inconsiderable weight as he took the opportunity to lean all over me thus sinking me into the turf. Size must be considered in all matters such as can you transport your Dane in your motor vehicle, is there somewhere safe for it to sleep at night, vets fees and the medicines associated therewith are usually more costly and on and on it goes.

Pictured above: Pearl (brindle, 2yrs) demonstrating how one can 'lean' on the couch and sleep – and get away with it. Classic Dane tactics! (Courtesy F. Pritchard)

I have found Danes to be a superb canine with a beautiful nature, elegant in gait, distinctive, gentle and make a marvellous companion with a natural affinity to those with which they live. ANKC/CHEDS & PennHIP scoring

Our first Dane was a beautiful bitch and she had a mild complaint and being inexperienced with Danes we consulted a vet. The vet said that she would keep our girl overnight to ensure she was correctly medicated and she was not allowed to 'run around'. Inexperienced we might have been but stupid we were not and we nicely asked how our bitch would be restrained to which the vet responded she would tie her with rope to a large and heavy table and this would be sufficient (no cages or boxes being large enough).

Pictured above: Sniffing the same blade of grass, Basil (blue) and Baxter (black) (Courtesy A. Crouch)

After much arguing and explanations that Danes did not do well when separated from their owners we agreed she could remain overnight but that the vet must take full responsibility for her actions.

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Continued from page 21 Early next morning we had a very angry vet demanding we collect our Dane immediately. Our Dane had chewed through the rope restraints, up ended the table and had knocked down all medicines to the floor with many broken glass bottles ending in a messy and dangerous floor. Amazingly our Dane was unhurt and rearing to go and the vet learnt a valuable lesson in giant dog management. For those thinking a Great Dane would naturally sleep outside think again. Danes follow the simple rule that wherever you are they will be as well. They are definitely 'inside dogs' who want to be part of your family and have a close affinity with you and all in the family. I well remember our home which was partially constructed in brick with external timber feature walls. Being young and foolish we decided to leave our Dane outside whilst we were out shopping.

the circumstances warrant action and I have found this to be the case with all our Danes. Why choose a Great Dane when there are many other great canines available? Their size is a significant draw back and needs to be carefully considered before speaking with recommended and registered breeder/kennels. Those within our wonderful dog world know that all dogs are loyal companions, with sterling attributes and there is a breed suitable for everyone. Biased though I might be I have found Danes to be a superb canine with a beautiful nature, elegant in gait, distinctive, gentle and make a marvellous companion with a natural affinity to those with which they live. You would do well to consider owning one of these Apollo of the breeds.

The Giant Food Bill Alexandra Proudfoot, Treasurer of the Great Dane Society QLD Inc. Fur Kids Pet Food Oh boy, I’d hate to see your feed bill! These are words that every Great Dane owner hears almost weekly. In spite of their giant stature, once they reach maturity, they really do not have giant appetites and are generally pretty easy keepers - although those puppy dog eyes will tell you they really do need a bite of your morning toast. Great Dane puppies however, can seem to be a walking stomach that is never sated.

Our Dane thought he would also enjoy shopping and then decided to show that he was not pleased with being left at home alone. He captured our attention by demolishing one of our timber feature walls (top to bottom) in about an hour and a half. Danes have a lovely way with children and make an ideal family dog. A new home was being built next door and our two children were both very young. Our Dane bitch had a lovely time going on guard duty when the builders arrived in the morning and only standing down upon their departure. If a builder approached our side fence our Dane would immediately advance and tell him he was not welcome as her 'children' were under her protection. On no occasion was any builder foolish enough to try to approach or stupidly touch our daughter and son. They are a superb guard but they are not aggressive and will only act when

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Cruzer (harlequin, 4yrs) Dakota (harlequin, 7yrs) Roxy (mantle, 2yrs) and Chelsie (harlequin, 4yrs) waiting eagerly, but patiently for their supper (Courtesy N. Reynolds)

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Due to their rapid growth, Great Danes, like other giant breeds, require specific ratios in their food to promote slow, even growth and reduce growth issues associated with over or under nutrition. The Great Dane youngster will typically hit 60kg and stand 8090cm at the withers by 12 months of age, that is on average more than 1kg gain per week! Due to this rapid growth, they should be grown lean, to avoid undue stress on their growing bones and joints. They should be fit and active, albeit a little clumsy, but should avoid strenuous exercise until their growth plates have closed. It is generally recommended to choose a large/giant breed specific puppy kibble that garners its protein content from high quality meat sources. Great Dane puppies are generally fed a kibble with a protein percentage around 26%, however, studies have shown that protein content up to 31% does not negatively affect growth. The fat percentage should be at or below 16%. The main one to watch though, is the Calcium and Phosphorus ratios (Ca:P). Current studies fluctuate a bit with the recommended ratios, between 1.1:1 and 1.5:1. The Great Dane community generally accepts that the Ca:P ratio should be between 1.1:1 and 1.3:1 to ensure sound skeletal development.

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A Very Brief History Of Great Danes Jill Evans*, Great Dane historian, reprinted with permission * Jill Evans is the author of 'The Time Traveller – the development of the Great Dane' and a founding member of the Great Dane Association of Ireland. The European wild boar of long ago was a huge bristly bad-tempered beast with sharp tusks, weighing some 400 lbs or more.

There are many portraits of Danish and other royalty with their Great Dane-like dogs. In the 16th Century the Royal Courts of Denmark introduced the new fashion of the Parforce Hunt – an unnatural hunt where the dogs were expected to hunt the deer, boar or wolf, knock it down and hold it firm until the human huntsman arrived and then made the kill. The protocols of the Danish court showed that the large hound was not well equipped for the role in the Parforce Hunt. It was too light in build to hold down a deer or wolf without killing it.

To solve this problem King Frederik II (regent 1559-1588) sent a ship to London in 1585 to bring back 'Englandshvalpe' (the 16th century Danish huntsmen's term for 'puppies from England') given to him by Queen Elizabeth I, which were the far heavier English mastiff and when blended with the hound became the foundation of the present day Great Dane. Count Philipp the Generous of Hessen was reported to keep some of his English imports 'in the room with him at all times'. The largest and best of these dogs wore gilded collars lined with velvet and were known as Kammerhunde (house pets), and the second best had collars of silver and were called Liebhunden (personal protection dogs).

These animals regularly smashed through dense forests, endangering people and decimating the local fauna. In the Middle Ages aristocrats considered it great sport to bag thousands of wild boar in huge hunts such as one held in the Reinhard forest area north of Frankfurt in 1563, when nearly 2600 boar of all ages were captured. Accompanying the titled hunters on horseback were troops of the local villagers acting as beaters, and packs of several hundred giant dogs of great agility, courage, strength and perseverance. These dogs were kept in kennels and were frequently exchanged between princely estates in England, Germany, Denmark and other places, and it’s generally accepted that those mediaeval boarhounds are probably the ancestors of today’s Great Dane. They often wore protective padded coats for the hunt which were reinforced with whalebone, and their ears were cropped short so that they wouldn’t be torn off by the angry boar or ripped in the forest’s underbrush. After their dangerous excursions some of the survivors were even cherished as housedogs.

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Mercy and Justice playing, demonstrating phenomenal force and agility (Courtesy A. Porter)

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The forebears of these fabled 'Hatzrüden' are lost in antiquity but dogs of similar appearance are found in artworks, coins and the like from almost all over the world, going back to time immemorial. Some of the earliest are Egyptian tomb carvings about five thousand years old, of dogs remarkably like the Great Dane.

The modern pack prowling Queensland beaches (Courtesy G. Beech)

Nobody really knows what breeds were mixed to produce these dogs, but there is conjecture that the extinct Irish Greyhound, rough-coated 'Mastins', houndlike 'Alaunts', the bulky Tibetan Mastiff and ancient Assyrian 'battle-dogs' made contributions, along with hairier heavy breeds like the Molossian Hound of antiquity. The harlequin pattern is likely a donation from the longgone Egyptian Greyhound.

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Sophie (blue) and Friday (black) both 3 years old, rumbling at play (Courtesy A. Bjornerem)

Dane predecessors also hunted wolves, wild cattle and stag, and went to war in Roman times as well as later, as shown in the tapestry of Marlborough’s siege of Blenheim in 1704, which shows Lord Cadogan’s Great Dane. The Romans also staged spectacles where huge dogs were pitted against each other or animals such as bears in fights.

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Continued from page 25 In Sweden and Denmark tall dogs, 'usually a light slaty-blue' were used in pairs to assist eIk-finders. Dane-like dogs have also been used through the ages for gentler pursuits, such as to pull carts and of course to act as watchdogs. The story goes that they will let an intruder in but not out, unless given an okay by the owner. As time passed the wild boar became scarce so boarhound packs were not needed any more, and the last rather coarse example in Germany was sold in 1876. But even earlier, in 1800, Sydenham Edwards had written that the more refined members of this breed were also used as carriage dogs to precede the entourage of the noble and wealthy. Only the most exalted rated the “Danish Dog,” while the coach dog for the less important was the Dalmatian - “the humble attendant of the servants and horses.” He adds “I certainly think no equipage can have arrived at its acme of grandeur until a couple of harlequin Danes precede the pomp.” The development of the modern purebred Great Dane began in about the middle of the 19th century, which also saw the advent of competitive dog shows in England and on the Continent. These grew enormously and in 1887 the Stuttgart show had an entry of 300 Danes. A preliminary standard for the breed had been drawn up in Germany in 1800, and in that country its popularity may have been influenced by the fact that the Chancellor, Prince Otto von Bismarck (born in 1815) was a great fancier and had owned several Danes from his early youth onward, the most famous of which was a blue dog called Tyras. Later in the century the Dane was adopted as Germany’s 'National Dog' and its various names were discarded in favour

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of Deutsche Dogge (German Mastiff ) in that country. Strangely, in France the name Dogue Allemand is used now, a direct translation of the German, and the French name Grand Danois (Great Dane) is only used in Scandinavia and Quebec. Italy calls the breed the Alano – a legacy of the Alaunt? In 1895 the Prince of Wales (who was to become King Edward VII) asked that ear-cropping be discontinued. Although no such law was passed, the Kennel Club agreed that no cropped dog could be shown or registered. However, some diehards rallied and countered by breeding for neat, small, expressive ears which would not detract from the “look of dash and daring” called for in the British Standard.

Grooming The Great Dane Brooke Hawkings, Prof. Pet Stylist, Show Secretary Great Danes Society QLD Inc. Great Danes are thought of as a 'spit and polish' breed when it comes to grooming for the show ring. With a short smooth and sleek coat it can be deceiving that there is no work at all involved in maintaining their coat. They do however have a high hair follicle release turnover rate, which means they shed dead hairs a lot, especially when 'blowing coat', this term refers to when they are going through either a hormonal change from puppyhood to adolescents and change their coat to its adult form, and also once adult around the change of seasons. Some Danes blow their coats more profusely than others, it's generally in relation to their bloodline and its origin geographically.

The goal for the show ring is to have a beautiful rich sleek coat dust and dander free, laying flat against the body and smelling fresh. Depending on whether the coat is in normal status or 'blowing' dictates the level of grooming in the week leading up to a show or just the day before and of the show. Everyone has specific products they prefer to use to create the desired result, particularly I prefer a few different ones for different requirements depending on whats going on with the coat, and the colour of the coat. I always do at least two washes first to remove dirt staining and debris and the second to wash the skin and coat itself bring it up fresh and squeaky clean. Finally, the last thing to mention are whiskers. Some people prefer not to remove them, others appreciate the more refined elegance it can achieve on the profile of the Great Dane. These can be scissored or there are also other tools such as 'whisker wackers' which are comb razors that can more safely and quickly remove the whiskers around the cheeks, above the eyes and around the nose, lips, chin and muzzle in general. A nice way to finish here on dark faced coloured danes is to finish with a small amount of Virgin coconut oil rubbed between the hands and then over the muzzle and eyes lightly, being careful not to get it into the eye itself. This gives a lovely softness feel to the touch of the Judge and deepens the colour of these points, slightly accentuating the look of the Dane nicely. Finally before entering the ring a good wipe over with a micro fibre dust cloth to remove stray hairs and dust, plus a light spray of Plush Puppy Shine and comb all over to give the coat a little extra sheen to hopefully stand out from the crowd. A beautifully groomed coat on a Great Dane screams health and exuberance.

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Therapist Atticus and his mum Beverly (Courtesy B. Turner)

The Greatest Therapists Beverly Turner, Delta Society The gentle, sensitive nature of the Great Dane can make for the ideal Therapy Dog, providing patients with comfort, stimulation and an endless source of amusement during their hospital stay, many of whom are away from their own pets for extended periods of time. Staff, patients and visitors at care facilities are often surprised to see these majestic, gentle giants striding past, looking to steal pats from anyone who will oblige. The Delta Society, which runs a Dog Therapy Program, provides dog therapy support to over 850 facilities nationally, ranging from aged care through to acute care hospitals for children and adults as well mental health, prisons and dementia specific facilities. Often these environments can be unpredictable and noisy and therefore, a trusting, positive relationship between dog and his owner is important so that the dog feels reassured. Organisations such as Delta Therapy, have

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Therapist Cruzer and his mum Narelle (Courtesy N. Reynolds)

a dog-centric focus, ensuring that the dog is happy and engaged during his visits, rather than simply illustrating obedience. Anyone who is familiar with the emotionally intuitive Great Dane disposition, will know that this is a dog that will only do what they feel comfortable with and will only interact with whom they feel comfortable with. As such during their Therapy Work, Great Danes tend to seek out those people with whom they feel an affinity and with those patients who require them the most. As a volunteer, this may indeed surprise you. However, it is important to let your dog choose where they are going to focus their energies. When the Great Dane Therapy dog is finished, you will be under no illusion. They will offer the patients their rear end and stare at the Exit! As a Therapy Dog, the size of the Great Dane can be an advantage to those people who are bed bound, offering a wet nose to places that most other dogs can’t reach! Not only does the Great Dane provide a substantial source of cuddles, the conversation that ensues between the patients and the volunteers regarding size, temperament, food, exercise and of course, ‘does he sleep on your bed’, is part of the Therapy work too!

So how do you become part of a Therapy Team? Delta Therapy teams (dog and volunteer) are supported to ensure that they are suitable for Therapy work. Volunteers undergo a police check and complete a training seminar, and dogs undergo strict temperament testing to determine their suitability for visiting care facilities. Once accredited as a Delta Therapy Team, the team is assigned to a facility within their local area. If you are interested in becoming part of a Therapy Team here are some of the things to consider: • • • • • • •

Is your dog healthy and without any medical conditions or physical issues? Is your dog older than 18 months and younger than 10 years old? Do you use positive reinforcement methods? Is your dog able to walk on a flat collar with a loose lead? Is your dog able to climb stairs? Is your dog comfortable in a variety of indoor settings and in confined spaces? Is your dog comfor table with strangers? If you would like to know more see the Delta Therapy Website:

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Rescue Adoptadane Rescue QLD Inc We all know that life can change in an instant, for better or worse. Adoptadane Rescue QLD Inc. are the angels and safeguard of the Great Dane community. Fiercely passionate about the breed, they are often the last chance and saving grace for the unfortunate that come into their care. They take Great Danes out of shelters and pounds and into loving foster homes to nurture and care for each dog’s special need. They also take in dogs who have been, surrendered due to dire change of circumstances in their owners lives, and work closely with breeders, vets and other rescue groups alike.

With loving care, fed good nutritionally balanced food, gently re-socialised and trained, she blossomed into a fully recovered, incredibly social and loving dog.

Stormy upon being rescued. She slept for 14hours straight (Courtesy Adoptadane Rescue QLD Inc.)

Featured is a blue rescue girl named Stormy, who was originally bought from a good breeder, stolen from her new owners 1 week later, at 9 weeks of age, and bred for puppies to near death. Abandoned and ending up in a pound, emaciated and physically exhausted she was rescued by Adoptadane. They immediately set about getting her out into a loving foster home. With loving care, fed good nutritionally balanced food, gently re-socialised and trained, she blossomed into a fully recovered, incredibly social and loving dog. In her new home she goes to school with her mum who is a school teacher, and the children when interacting with her learn how to treat an animal with respect and love and care. Stormy, in turn, spreads love and cuddles to all the children. We can’t rescue the world, but we can make a difference one Dane at a time! If you are interested in fostering Great Danes visit: www.adotptadane.com.au Photo credits: Front Cover provided by the Great Dane Society of QLD Inc. Artwork by Gayle Revill, Thunderfire Great Danes & Art (Victoria). Contact: bluedanes4me@southernphone.com.au

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Stormy after some much needed TLC (Courtesy Adoptadane Rescue QLD Inc.)

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ways to Protect Your Dogs from The Heat This Summer Supplied by Alex Khan

ummer means bright and sunny mornings and lots of fun outdoors, but do you know that the high temperatures can be dangerous for your canines and pets? Veterinary doctors say that they receive a large number of emergency cases during the summers. Just like the way you take precautionary measures for yourself and for your family during the hot summer season, it is important that you do the same for your pets as well to protect them from having heat stroke and other health problems.

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The following basic measures can be taken to make sure your doggie doesn’t get affected by the heat and enjoys the summer season with you.

1 Provide Water to Keep Them Cool To keep the furry member of your family safe and healthy during high temperatures, make sure they have plenty of drinking water available all the time. Also, dogs love to lie down in water to cool off. So, allow them to do that in a bath tub or a pool. Since dogs do not have sweat glands on their skin, they lower their body temperature by drinking plenty of water and when allowed to lie down and play in water, they get some relief from the heat.

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Leaving Your Pet Dog in the Car Could be Dangerous

Remember that the temperature inside a parked car is much higher than it is outside. So, it is better to either leave your dog at home or take the fur ball with you whenever you park your car. A dog’s body temperature can rise and they can even get heat stroke if left in the car, even for an hour.

3 Protect Your Dog’s Paws Can you walk barefoot for a mile on a hot summer day? Surely not. So, how can you expect your dog to do that? Long summer walks can burn your dog’s paws, especially if it’s a young pup. In order to protect its paws, avoid going out during afternoons. Take your puppy for a walk either in the mornings or late in the evening. If, for some reason, you have to take your pet out during the day, make them walk on grass or other cool surfaces and avoid cement or asphalt surfaces. Additional protection can be provided by using paw wax and regularly moisturising your pup’s feet. 4.4

Your Doggie Needs Sunblock too

Although dogs have fur to protect their skin, they can still get skin cancer. Therefore, it is important to provide them additional protection from the sun by applying sunblock on them. No, do not apply your sunblock all over your puppy’s body. There are sunblocks especially made for pets which need to be applied on areas where there are less or no hairs, such as their belly. 5.5

Keep an Eye on Your Dog

During the summers, it is important to keep an eye on your dog and look for any signs of dehydration or heat stroke so that emergency care can be provided. Lookout for the following warning signs which are indicative of their high body temperature: • • • • • •

Too much consumption of water Heavy panting Disorientation or confusion Vomiting Red eyes Lethargy

The four legged member of your family needs care and protection the same way other members of your family need it. So, do not leave them unattended during hot weather. Photo credits: Supplied by Alex Khan

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NEOSPORA CANINUM Something all breeders should be aware of... Written by Jody Hafey ome breeders may have it and not be aware and some just don't want to know... There are more questions than answers, but this is what I have found out so far. The Protozoan parasite Neospora Caninum can cause a serious disease in dogs (Bjerk DS et al. 1984, Dubey et al. 1988a, Barber and Trees 1996, Dubey and Lindsay 1996, Dubey et al. 1998, Lindsay and Dubey 2000, Dubey 2003a) Neospora attacks muscles (leaving scar tissue) and the nervous system (that can result in loss of function to the limbs causing paralysis or loss of function to any or all of the brain functions). It is a single organism parasite. In layman terms, from my understanding, the parasite causes an infection which in turn causes signs which can appear to be neurological or paralysis in the limbs, seizuring, slow growth rate (failure to thrive), vomiting, bone deformities, to name a few. Neospora can be fatal or can affect the pup to the degree that euthanasia is the only option. For any pup that has been affected the level of damage done at the start of treatment is mostly permanent. Although, some degree of repair/recovery has been successful with physiotherapy, swimming, massage and other treatments to the limbs thus allowing the affected puppy to live a normal happy life. Plus, the recommended dose of appropriate medications. This is important because the quicker the dog or puppy gets the medication the more likely the success of the treatment and recovery.

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Neospora can be transmitted to pups transplacentally from the dam if she has a chronic infestation - Neospora usually does not affect adults as their immune system kills it or sends the Neospora into hiding without the adult showing any symptoms.

Neospora attacks muscles (leaving scar tissue) and the nervous system (that can result in loss of function to the limbs causing paralysis or loss of function to any or all of the brain functions). It is a single organism parasite. Neospora in dogs is more common than you think. This is not breed specific. Ante-mortem diagnosis of Neosporosis in animals is difficult. Clinical history, age of dogs, and serological examinations are helpful for the diagnosis of Neosporosis in dogs. Most cases of canine Neosporosis have been in congenitally infected dogs involving littermates (Dubey and Lindsay, 1996; Lindsay and Dubey, 2000). In most instances, dogs are born without symptoms and begin to develop clinical signs 3 or more weeks after birth, and not all pups are affected to the same degree. (J.P. Dubey, M.C.B. Vianna , O.C.H. Kw ok , D.E. Hill , K.B. Miska , W. Tuo , G.V. Velmurugan , M. Conors, M.C. Jenkins, 2007b)... BUT, a simple blood test will give you a pretty good indication.

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This is a Titre test, it should cost less than $200 and for the sake of the puppies, this will become part of my regular health testing regime prior to breeding ANY bitch from now on. Original Neospora infestations occur from eating raw beef freezing can, but is not guaranteed to, kill Neosporosis Canine. In a nutshell, do not feed red meat or bones unless you freeze it first - this includes beef, lamb, goat. BUT, please rest assured, we cannot catch this. We are resistant to the Neospora parasite and our human grade meat does get tested for many things and passes through many processes. Neospora appears to 're-activate' on pregnancy so can be passed via the placenta. The theory behind this is, the bitch’s immune system alters enabling her to become pregnant and to maintain the pregnancy. At this point, the Neospora become active (or come out of hiding) and are able to penetrate certain areas of the body including the placenta and infect puppies. The same can be said for an adult dog with a compromised immune system, this MAY allow the inactive Neospora to become active. As a general rule of thumb, if the girls of the litter survive, they should not be bred as they could be harboring the Neospora, similarly the bitch who produced the Neospora litter, should not be bred again. Boys CAN NOT transmit Neospora, as long as they survived the infestation, they will be fine and can be bred on with, without any risk of reproducing Neosporosis.

if the pup/s will be born with a Neospora infestation that activates at birth or anything up to four months later. If a bitch puppy from the original affected litter is bred she is in the same boat – she may have a litter that is completely normal, smaller or affected. As the lady said, 'a crap shoot'. Again, please talk to your vet before making decisions on breeding from affected or positive dogs/bitches. If you have a case of Neosporosis, it is extremely unlikely that it would spread through the other dogs on your property. It requires a herbivore (cow, sheep, goat, horse) as an intermediate host to develop into an infective parasite and experimentally, attempts to infect dogs by feeding them oocysts (that are shed in dogs faeces) have NOT been successful. Dogs become infected by transplacental transmission from mother to pups while she is pregnant (most commonly) and also via ingesting/eating tissues (uncooked meat, offal, placenta, aborted calves, etc) from infected herbivores as above.

There is evidence of affected puppies going on to become Champion Show dogs and bred from without incident. However, please talk to your vet before breeding from an affected bitch or dog. Neospora causes miscarriages in cattle and dogs. It is often misdiagnosed or not diagnosed at all especially with dogs. It is suspected that many bitches who 'reabsorb', or whelp dead pups, or have pups that fail to thrive may actually have Neospora (remember no symptoms in adults!). Bitches who do have Neospora can whelp completely normal litters, smaller litters than anticipated or affected litters. If the bitch is bred again it is, as one long time breeder said and as the literature backs up, a 'crap shoot'. The second litter may be completely normal, smaller or affected - because it is passed transplacentally there is no way of knowing whether Neosporoses will pass the placental barrier, or if the organisms do pass through, then in what numbers, whether they will kill the pup/s in utero or

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Continued from page 33 Hence, your other dogs and pups could get the disease by eating uncooked meat... (see above)... but not directly from the affected litter. HOWEVER, and this is where things get complicated, orally challenged dogs (such as your other dogs ingesting oocysts from the faeces on infected pups) have not been known to develop a patent infection, however if the challenge is high enough, they CAN develop a serum antibody response (and hence show a POSITIVE titre level to Neospora). This then confuses the issue in that the test is an ANTIBODY test that proves exposure to the organism but not necessarily proves that the patient has Neosporosis - but a patient showing clinical signs PLUS a titre level, is strongly suspected to have Neosporosis (Dr T King, 2017). WHY am I writing all of this you may ask? Well, because I have a Neospora litter. I have 2 affected puppies out of 9 born. It has been a roller coaster ride for me over the past 7 weeks. The more answers I find, the more questions I have. All puppies are being treated with the recommended dose of Clindamycin and Trimethoprim-Sulp for 4 to 8 weeks and will be titre tested along the way to ensure we are on the right track.

There are others who have sent through volumes of information, too many to list here... thank you. If you are interested in more information, please head to: www.starridgerrs.com Look on the puppy’s page under Litter 13 or alternatively, contact me and I can send you through the research papers I have. The photo is of my two affected puppies (pictured opposite), Belgian Shepherd Laekenois (a rare breed) - Pippin (left) and Meri (right), two happy little guys with a few special needs. Sadly, brave little Pippin lost his battle with Neospora on 4/1/17 and his brother Meri lost his battle on the 5/1/17, their little bodies have gone to UQ for Necropsy and hopefully to give us a few more answers. Photo credits: Supplied by Jody Hafey

I have been contacted by breeders from around the globe who have or had a litter of Neospora puppies. It is interesting to note that in most cases, the bitch showed no symptoms and it was not until the pups showed symptoms that the diagnosis was made. There is also a case of an 18 month old dog developing symptoms. From my understanding this is rare, but can happen if the dogs immune system is compromised. At this point I need to re-iterate... we are attempting to do the right thing by the puppies, by the breeders involved and by all breeders out there. I am working with specialist vets, local vets, scientists and other breeders who have had similar experiences in an effort to find answers. This CAN hit any breeder at any time. It is not a breed specific issue. I need to thank a few people. Dr Belinda Write and David from Helping Paws Vet, Marie from Manly Rd Vet, Dr Gaille Perry, Dr Terry King from VSS Underwood, Nico Mauri Doctoral Student Vetsuisse Faculty Institute of Genetics University of Bern, Dr Nigel Thomas Park Ridge Animal Hospital. All these vets and scientists have assisted me with information and answers to questions that, unfortunately, create more questions and last but not least Cyndy Burton Starridge Rhodesian Ridgebacks thanks for allowing me to use some of your material in this post and also for your time and assistance.

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ATAXIA

Research Results Supplied by Jody Hafey Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, We are pleased to inform you about research progress regarding cerebellar dysfunction in Belgian Shepherd dogs. After intensive research in an international consortium we were able to identify a genetic defect in Belgian Shepherd dogs, especially in Malinois and Tervueren dogs, which causes a severe neurological disease with monogenic autosomal recessive inheritance. The disease was termed “Spongy Degeneration with Cerebellar Ataxia Subtype 1� (SDCA1). Thanks to the results of our study, genetic testing for SDCA1 is now possible at specialised laboratories, which helps to avoid the non-intentional breeding of affected puppies. The genetic test is currently offered by LABOKLIN (https:// shop.labogen.com/en) und OPTIGEN (www.optigen.com/opt9_sdca1_test. html). The Institute of Genetics of the University of Bern does not provide a genetic test for SDCA1. It is important to note that the identified genetic defect mutation cannot explain all forms of cerebellar dysfunction in Belgian Shepherd dogs. We are aware of clinically very similar, additional forms of cerebellar dysfunction in Belgian Shepherd dogs, which are caused by other currently unidentified genetic defects.

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Hi All, Below are some groundbreaking research results conducted in Switzerland at the Institute of Genetics, University of Bern. This group of Scientists have discovered a genetic marker for a disease that has been striking down dogs for a while now. It is important to note, that there have been NO recorded cases in Australia of Ataxia, to my knowledge and I have looked, but this is good for all of us to be aware of.

We would like to identify these additional genetic defects in the future. Explanation of the genetic test result: There are two copies of each gene in the genome of a dog. One copy is inherited from the father and one from the mother. If a trait is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner, it means that an animal will only get the disease if it receives defective gene copies from both the father and the mother.

Thus to produce an affected puppy, both parents (father and mother) must carry the defective gene. However, the carriers with only one copy of the defect will not be affected themselves. Carriers have a 50% probability of passing the defective gene copy to their offspring. If two carriers are mated, there is a risk that 25% of the offspring will be affected by SDCA1.

Spongy Degeneration with Cerebellar Ataxia Subtype 1 (SDCA1) - Autosomal recessive inheritance Genotype: TT (clear)

Genotype: TC (carrier)

Genotype: CC (affected)

This animal does not carry the genetic defect and has no risk of developing SDCA1. The dog cannot pass the genetic defect to its offspring.

This animal carries one copy of the defec tive gene. The dog has no risk of developing SDCA1. However, this defect will be passed to its offspring with a probability of 50%. Such an animal should only be mated to a clear animal.

This animal carries two copies of the defective gene and is affected by SDCA1. Most SDCA1 affected dogs are euthanised by the 17th week of life because of severe neurological symptoms and poor quality of life.

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Therefore, the mating of two carriers should be strictly avoided (also legally forbidden in many countries). Carriers do not have to be categorically excluded from breeding. However, carriers should only be mated to clear dogs so that no homozygous affected puppies will be produced. Detailed information about our study can be found here: Link to the scientific publication: w w w. g 3 j o u r n a l . o r g / c o n t e n t / e a r l y / 2 0 1 6 / 1 2 / 1 9 / g3.116.038455.abstract Link to our website for general information and for sending blood samples for future research: www.genetics.unibe.ch/research/documents_dogs/ cerebellar_ataxia_in_the_malinois/index_eng.html If you have any questions, please contact one of these persons: Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien: • •

Prof. Dr. Miriam Kleiter: Miriam.Kleiter@vetmeduni.ac.at

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Priv. Doz. Dr. Michael Leschnik: Michael.Leschnik@vetmeduni.ac.at

Vetsuisse Fakultät der Universität Bern: • •

Dr. Elisabeth Dietschi: elisabeth.dietschi@vetsuisse.unibe.ch

Vetsuisse Faculty Institute of Genetics Director: Prof. Dr. Tosso Leeb University of Bern Bremgartenstrasse 109a 3001 Bern (Switzerland) T: +41 31 631 25 24 E: nico.mauri@vetsuisse.unibe.ch W: www.genetics.unibe.ch

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Private Peter Haran and Tracker Dog CAESAR

Vietnam War Title, image and copy supplied and owned by Mr George Hulse.

rivate (Pte) Peter Haran was born in The United Kingdom (UK) and was raised in Zimbabwe (in those days Rhodesia). In 1961 the Haran family returned to the UK and in 1964, moved on to Adelaide, South Australia. Peter completed his high schooling in Adelaide and at the age of seventeen he enlisted in the Australian Regular Army in January 1966. He attended the 1st Recruit Training Battalion at Kapooka in NSW and then on to the Infantry Centre at Ingleburn near Sydney. Peter was well under the age for overseas postings (nineteen years minimum age) and as the Tracking Wing was being raised at the Infantry Centre with a focus on tracking and dog handling, Peter was asked if he would like to train as a tracker dog handler. He did, and on arrival was teamed up with a dog named CAESAR. In early 1967, he completed his tracker training and was posted to the 2nd Battalion of The Royal Australian Regiment (2RAR) with CAESAR.

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South Vietnam In mid-1967, the RAAF flew the advance party of 2RAR to Butterworth Air Force Base in Malaysia where the dogs received their inoculations, then on to Saigon in South Vietnam and then on to the 1st Australian Task Force (1ATF) base at Nui Dat in Phouc Tuy Province. In June 1967 the tempo of operations was very active in Phouc Tuy Province. Peter remembers two tracking operations which were very testing for himself and CAESAR. This is the first – in Peter’s words: “The area known as the ‘light green and the long green’ was situated about eleven kilometres to the Southwest of Nui Dat. This area had a notorious reputation for being festooned with large quantities of the M16 mine – also known as the 'jumping jack' because it would fly up about a metre into the air before it fired. The results of casualties from this mine were always horrific. One day 12 Platoon (Pl) of D Coy had been involved in a large contact with the enemy in the Light Green area. A dog team was called for. I grabbed my combat gear, collected CAESAR and went to the 2RAR helicopter landing pad – codenamed 'Eagle Farm'. There were three of us. My coverman, a machine gunner, myself and of course, CAESAR. We boarded a Huey helicopter, took off, and within ten minutes we arrived at the D Coy position. We quickly deplaned and were taken to the contact site. There was a great deal of blood scattered on the sandy ground as well as streaked along some bushes. My coverman said “I’m ready when you are”. The Pl Commander (who had been commanding 12 Pl for only one week) gave the order to commence the track. CAESAR began his track at a fast pace and the tracking team followed at the end of his leash. My coverman and I followed CAESAR for a couple of hundred metres, when we came upon a T junction in the track. This was a dangerous situation and I willed CAESAR to point. He did not. Instead, CAESAR came straight back to me and sat on my foot. He had never done this before. We were now stopped and exposed in the middle of an open track. The next thing, there was a terrible explosion and we discovered that the Pl Commander had stepped on a mine. It exploded and blew off both his legs. An engineer team arrived and began clearing the mine blast area with their countermine equipment. Once cleared the casualties were treated and evacuated by DUSTOFF medical helicopter. The two sappers then went in front of Peter and continued their sweep for mines along the track which lead to the T junction.

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At the T junction the sappers removed a large anti-tank mine and four M16 anti-personnel ‘jumping jacks’. CAESAR had never received any training in mine and explosive detection, but he was suspicious of what he found at the T junction and for good measure, came back and sat on my foot so that I would not continue toward the danger”. The dog knew that there were bad things waiting for his boss and refused to let him move on. Canine intelligence at it’s best! But there was worse to come at that very place. This was the same T junction where, two years later, another infantry platoon would be cut to pieces by M16 mines and create the inspiration for that haunting song, 'I Was Only Nineteen'. Operational duty continued out of Nui Dat on tracking missions until late 1967 when Operation 'Santa Fe' was mounted in the north east of Phuoc Tuy Province. The two Australian Battalions were to sweep each side of the Firestone Trail and the Cavalry were to provide close protection to American Engineers. However, there was a big contact which hit the Engineers hard. There were serious American casualties. In Peter’s words: “We were in a Fire Support Base when an urgent call came to provide a tracker team to support the Americans. The enemy had fired a number of RPG 7 rockets at the bulldozers and hit them. The enemy then did their usual 'bug out' back into incredibly thick jungle. The Cavalry carried us to the site of the contact and we were escorted by a group of American GIs who were armed with a wide assortment of weapons, wore military clothing of sorts and had a ferocious disposition to ‘kick ass’ when they closed with the enemy. At the site of the contact, CAESAR picked up the scent and we took off in pursuit of the enemy group. The jungle was really dark, but had a small path to follow which the enemy had used. The GIs took up an aggressive assault formation behind us and we pressed into the bush at tracking speed. As we penetrated deeper into the jungle we came across huge bomb craters, divisions of track into different directions, an assortment of vegetation types, and of course the heat and humidity. CAESAR kept tracking the enemy despite the confusion of tracks. After several hundred metres, I was sweating and it was an effort to keep up with my dog. Then CAESAR pointed. I looked ahead at a bend in the track and saw the flash of bare skin of a man’s arm and a patch of black uniform above it. They were seventy-five metres ahead. I told Bob “there’s the enemy” and he came forward with rifle in shoulder, gave the thumbs down (enemy sighted) to the Americans and they immediately and very quietly, went into attack formation. I could then see at least three enemy soldiers standing in a clearing ahead.

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This was probably a camp site.

Caesar

I looked down at Bob’s feet and saw a Claymore directional mine at his feet, but the detonator was out of the device and it could not be fired. Quite clearly, the enemy did not know that we were right behind them. Bob opened fire, the enemy responded and then the Americans ‘hooked in’. There was a massive fire fight and I had to keep CAESAR on a very tight lead as he was not happy with the enormous din that was going on around him.

Caesar was retired to the Australian Embassy in Saigon in July 1970 where he became the absolute centre of attention of Jeremy and Sally White and their family. However, Caesar revisited Peter in a most unusual way. At the 'Welcome Home Parade' in Sydney on Saturday 3 October 1987, Peter was gathered with a bunch of his mates after the march in the Phoenician Club. They had “hooked in” to the beer and were enjoying each other’s company.

The Americans then launched their attack and swept the enemy away. Some VC/NVA bolted down the track, followed for a short while by the GIs. A VC/NVA officer was wounded and the American officer wanted to carry him back for questioning. We returned to the Cavalry as quickly as we could. When we arrived, we mounted quickly into the Armoured Personnel Carriers (APC) and travelled back toward the American base camp. On the way back, we were attacked from a flank by enemy troops firing RPGs and small arms. The Cavalry had plenty of experience with these situations and immediately counter-attacked. An American Trooper on one of the APCs was wounded and knocked down from his machine gun. We arrived back into the Cavalry base where we were treated to RocknRoll music, hot steaks and cases of beer. We stayed overnight with the Americans and next morning we helicoptered back to 2RAR”. At the end of his tour of duty, Peter had to hand CAESAR over to the incoming dog handler. This included obedience training and practice tracks inside the Nui Dat base. And then, Peter said Goodbye to Caesar for the last time and left Nui Dat. He would never see his dog again.

Peter was tapped on the back by an unidentifiable person who pushed something into Peter’s hand with the words “This is for you”. Peter took the item to a chair and sat down to look at it. He found it hard to focus at first because it looked like a twenty cent piece. But then focus kicked in and Peter had a heart-moving experience. The item was a silver identity disc and on it was engraved 'D6NO3 CAESAR'. His dog had returned to him. Peter Haran sat there with CAESAR’s ID discs in hand and sobbing tears of fond memory for an excellent dog. The photo is of Private Peter Haran, Tracker Dog CAESAR and Lieutenant Leo Van Der Kamp Photo credits: Supplied by George Hulse

Peter returned to Australia (RTA) and was posted to the Tracker Wing at the Infantry Centre. He was promoted to Corporal and instructed on tracking skills and dog handling, but paid particular attention to the threat of mines and booby traps. Peter returned to the War in South Vietnam for a second tour of duty but not as a dog handler. Peter discharged for the ARA in February 1972 and worked as a store manager until 1976 when Peter became a journalist with News Limited. Peter has written four books based on the Vietnam War. In my opinion the best of them is 'Trackers' - New Holland Publishers - and available from the Australian Defence Force Trackers and War Dogs Association on their website at: www.aussietrackers.org It is a book written in the raw language of an Australian infantry dogger with his war dog at war. A good read.

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January amendments and notes CLIFTON SHOW SOCIETY: Championship Show 18th February 2017 Mr S. Tassan replaces Mr G. Wilshier ATHERTON TABLELANDS KENNEL CLUB: Championship Shows 11th and 12th March 2017 Change of Judging Order as follows: Saturday AM Show: Ring 1: Group 2 followed by 3 Ring 2: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes followed by Groups 1, 7 then 4 Ring 3: Puppy Sweepstakes followed by Groups 6 then 5 Saturday PM Show: Ring 1: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes followed by Groups 1, 7 then 4 Ring 2: Puppy Sweepstakes followed by Groups 6 then 5 Ring 3: Group 2 followed by 3 Sunday Show: Ring 1: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes followed by Groups 1, 7 then 4 Ring 2: Puppy Sweepstakes followed by Groups 6 then 5 Ring 3: Group 2 followed by 3 ALLORA SHOW SOCIETY: Championship Show 11th February 2017 Classes 9(9a) will be offered at this event ALLORA KENNEL CLUB: Open Shows and Championship 10th and 12th February 2017 Classes 9(9a) will be offered at these events CHARTERS TOWERS KENNEL CLUB: Championship Show 5th March 2017 Judging commences at 8:30am

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.

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Show day: Friday, 7th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 10th March 2017

NANANGO KENNEL CLUB

Show venue: Nanango Show Grounds, Cairns St, NANANGO

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Box 5655 BUNDABERG WEST 4670 Entries to: P.O. online entries through Show Manager Contact: Marilyn Dyckhoff Ph: (07) 4155 1443 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0437 109 162 JUDGING ORDER: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 1: Mr K. Iggleden Groups 5, 6, 7 and 4 Ring 2: Mr G. Ness Puppy Sweepstakes Followed by: Mrs J. Wall Australian Terriers Groups 3, 2 (Less Australian Terriers) Followed by: Mr G. Ness and Group 1 General Mr G. Ness Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy and Puppy $10, $3 Catalogue to be paid with entries, Entry fees: Camping Non-Powered $12, Powered $15 Per Night NO GENERATORS WITHIN 15 METERS OF PIPE AREA

Judging time: 8:30am with Sweeptakes

Show day: Saturday, 8th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 10th March 2017

NANANGO SHOW SOCIETY

Show venue: Nanango Show Grounds, Cairns St, NANANGO

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

Nanango Ag c/- P.O. Box 5655 BUNDABERG WEST 4670 online entries through Show Manager

Enquiries:

Contact: Marilyn Dyckhoff Ph: (07) 4155 1443 Show day contact: Ph: 0437 109 162 JUDGING ORDER:

Ring 1: Mr K. Iggleden Groups 1, 2 and 3 Ring 2: Mr G. Ness

Groups 4, 5, 6 and 7

General Mr K. Iggleden Specials: Entry fees:

$10, $3 Catalogue to be paid with entries, SSAE For Passes, Camping $12 Per Car Per Night Non-Powered

Judging time: 8:30am with Groups 1 and 4

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Show day: Saturday, 8th April 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 29th March 2017

BOWEN KENNEL CLUB Show venue: Proserpine Showgrounds, Jupp St, PROSERPINE

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Lauren Gordon, Entries to: 5 Naultilus St, BOWEN 4805 or online www.easydogentries.com Contact: Lauren Gordon Ph: 0400 938 524 Enquiries: Show day contact: 0400 938 524

JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs U. Greenwood Groups 4, 5, 6 and 7 Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 2: Mrs J. Wilshier Groups 1, 2 and 3 General Mrs U. Greenwood Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy $12, $5 Sweepstakes, $2.50 Catalogues, $20 Entry fees: Camping Per Night to be paid with entries

Judging time: 3:30pm with Sweepstakes Show day: Sunday, 9th April 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 29th March 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 J. Wilshier

Ring 2: Mrs U. Greenwood

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

General Mrs J. Wilshier Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy $12, $5 Sweepstakes, $2.50 Catalogues, $20 Entry fees: Camping Per Night to be paid with entries

Show day: Sunday, 9th April 2017 Entries close: Sunday, 19th March 2017

PINE RIVERS KENNEL CLUB

Show venue: Pine Rivers Show Grounds Gympie Rd, LAWNTON

OPEN SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 11(11a) P.O. Box 356, ORMEAU 4208 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Contact: (Entries only ) Joy Lanham Ph: 0409 720 882 Enquiries: (Others) Chris Woodrow Ph: 0405 277 956 Show day contact: 0405 277 956 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1A: Mrs M. Starkey Group 1 Ring 2A: Miss S. Phillips Group 2 Ring 3A: Mr M. Cave Group 3 Ring 4A: Mrs S. Jewell Group 4 Ring 5A: Mr N. Kay Group 5 Ring 6A: Mrs M. Broughton Group 6 Ring 7A: Mrs M. Hammond Group 7

General Mrs M. Broughton Specials: Entry fees: $3, Catalogue $3 (Covers Both Shows)

Judging time: 8:30am Show day: Sunday, 9th April 2017 Entries close: Sunday 19th March 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, Judges to be

Handler advised on the day (Held During Lunch Break) along Classes: side Open Show General Specials

Entries and As above Enquiries: Ring 1: Ring 2: Ring 3: Ring 4: Ring 5: Ring 6: Ring 7: General Specials: Entry fees:

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Judging time: 8:30am with Sweepstakes

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JUDGING ORDER: Mrs R. Byrne (NSW) Group 1 Mrs K. McMahon (VIC) Group 2 Miss L. Schwerdt (SA) Group 3 Mr T. Kyman (VIC) Group 4 Miss V. Royston (NSW) Group 5 Mr D. Filipovic (VIC) Group 6 Mr S. Schwerdt (SA) Group 7

Mr S. Schwerdt (SA) $12, Catalogue $3 (Covers Both Shows), Camping $20

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Judging time: 9:00am

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Show day: Friday, 14th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 24th March 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

BUNDABERG KENNEL CLUB - EASTER EXTRAVAGANZA! Show venue: Undercover Arena, Bundaberg Recreational Precinct, Kendalls Rd, BUNDABERG

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Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Tiny Tots, 7-under 10, 10-under13, 13-under 19, Time and Judge to be advised on the day Handlers Classes: Junior Handlers and Tiny Tots in lunch break, times and Judges will be announced on the day Entries to: Joy Lanham, P.O. Box 356 ORMEAU 4208 Ph: 0409 720 882 online entries through Show Manager Enquiries: Contact: Marg Norton Ph: (07) 4157 8338 Show day contact: Ph: 0437 578 338 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs C. Ringstrom (Canada) Group 1 Ring 5: Mrs D. Heck (Canada) Group 5 Ring 2: Mrs N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 2 Ring 6: Mr S. Shen (Singapore) Baby Puppy Sweepstakes and Group 6 Ring 3: Mrs A. Knoll (Brazil) Group 3 Ring 7: Mr N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 7 Ring 4: Mr S. Sharma (India) Group 4 General Specials: Mrs C. Ringstrom (Canada) Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy $13, $9 Sweepstakes and Baby Puppy Class, Catalogue $3, Camping, $21 Per Night Powered, $15 Unpowered Per Night. Entry fees: Day Exhibitors Power $21 per Day A Fancy Dress Parade and Adult Handlers will be held after this Show, times to be advised on the day. Join in and have some fun!

Judging time: 10:00am with Baby Puppy Sweepstakes

Show day: Saturday, 15th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 24th March 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW ALAN BALAAM MEMORIAL 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: Mr N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 1 Ring 5: Mr S. Sharma (India) Group 5 Ring 2: Mrs C. Ringstrom (Canada) Puppy Sweepstakes and Group 2 Ring 6: Mrs D. Heck (Canada) Group 6 Ring 3: Mrs N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 3 Ring 7: Mr S. Shen (Singapore) Group 7 Ring 4: Mrs A. Knoll (Brazil) Group 4 General Specials: Mrs N. Davidovic (Serbia) Sweepstakes: Puppy $13, $9 Sweepstakes and Baby Puppy Class, Catalogue $3, Camping, $21 Per Night Powered, $15 Unpowered Per Night. Entry fees: Day Exhibitors Power $21 per Day

Judging time: 8:30am with Puppy Sweepstakes

Show day: Saturday, 15th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 7th April 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: Mr S. Shen (Singapore) Group 1 Ring 5: Mrs A. Knoll (Brazil) Group 5 Ring 2: Mr N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 2 Ring 6: Mr S. Sharma (India) Group 6 Ring 3: Mrs C. Ringstrom (Canada) Group 3 Ring 7: Mrs D. Heck (Canada) Baby Puppy Sweepstakes and Group 7 Ring 4: Mrs N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 4 General Specials: Mrs A. Knoll (Brazil) Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy $13, $9 Sweepstakes and Baby Puppy Class, Catalogue $3, Camping, $21 Per Night Powered, $15 Unpowered Per Night. Entry fees: Day Exhibitors Power $21 per Day We are pleased to announce Mr T. Catterson (USA) as our Standby Judge. DAY EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE: The Bundaberg Regional Council charges $21 for Power Per Day, Unpowered Free. There will be a huge grassed unpowered area available for generators and Day users. NEV'S CANTEEN will be ringside this year and we also welcome for the first time in Bundy BOB'S COFFEE VAN. Bob needs no introduction. ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

Judging time: On completion of the first show but not before 3:00pm

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Show day: Sunday, 16th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 24th March 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

BUNDABERG KENNEL CLUB - EASTER EXTRAVAGANZA! Show venue: Undercover Arena, Bundaberg Recreational Precinct, Kendalls Rd, BUNDABERG ENTRY VIA UNIVERSITY DRIVE AND KENDALLS ROAD Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries to: Joy Lanham, P.O. Box 356 ORMEAU 4208 Ph: 0409 720 882 online entries through Show Manager Enquiries: Contact: Marg Norton Ph: (07) 4157 8338 Show day contact: Ph: 0437 578 338 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs D. Heck (Canada) Group 1 Ring 5: Mrs N. Davidovic (Serbia) Baby Puppy Sweepstakes and Group 5 Ring 2: Mr S. Shen (Singapore) Group 2 Ring 6: Mrs A. Knoll (Brazil) Group 6 Ring 3: Mr N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 3 Ring 7: Mr S. Sharma (India) Group 7 Ring 4: Mrs C. Ringstrom (Canada) Group 4 General Specials: Mr S. Sharma (India) Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy $13, $9 Sweepstakes and Baby Puppy Class, Catalogue $3, Camping, $21 Per Night Powered, $15 Unpowered Per Night. Entry fees: Day Exhibitors Power $21 per Day

Judging time: 8:30am with Baby Puppy Sweepstakes

Show day: Sunday, 16th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 24th March 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 S. Sharma (India) Group 1 Ring 5: Mrs C. Ringstrom (Canada) Group 5 Ring 2: Mrs D. Heck (Canada) Group 2 Ring 6: Mrs N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 6 Ring 3: Mr S. Shen (Singapore) Group 3 Ring 7: Mrs A. Knoll (Brazil) Group 7 Ring 4: Mr N. Davidovic (Serbia) Puppy Sweepstakes and Group 4 General Specials: Mrs D. Heck (Canada) Sweepstakes: Puppy $13, $9 Sweepstakes and Baby Puppy Class, Catalogue $3, Camping, $21 Per Night Powered, $15 Unpowered Per Night. Entry fees: Day Exhibitors Power $21 per Day

Judging time: On completion of the first show but not before 3:00pm

Show day: Monday, 17th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 24th March 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 A. Knoll (Brazil) Puppy Sweepstakes and Group 1 Ring 5: Mr N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 5 Ring 2: Mr S. Sharma (India) Group 2 Ring 6: Mrs C. Ringstrom (Canada) Group 6 Ring 3: Mrs D. Heck (Canada) Group 3 Ring 7: Mrs N. Davidovic (Serbia) Group 7 Ring 4: Mr S. Shen (Singapore) Group 4 General Specials: Mr S. Shen (Singapore) Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy $13, $9 Sweepstakes and Baby Puppy Class, Catalogue $3, Camping, $21 Per Night Powered, $15 Unpowered Per Night. Entry fees: Day Exhibitors Power $21 per Day We are pleased to announce Mr T. Catterson (USA) as our Standby Judge. DAY EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE: The Bundaberg Regional Council charges $21 for Power Per Day, Unpowered Free. There will be a huge grassed unpowered area available for generators and Day users. NEV'S CANTEEN will be ringside this year and we also welcome for the first time in Bundy BOB'S COFFEE VAN. Bob needs no introduction. ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

Judging time: 8:30am with Puppy Sweepstakes

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BUNDABERG KENNEL CLUB - EASTER EXTRAVAGANZA! Judges Resumes: Mrs Cecilia (Cec) Ringstrom

Mrs. Natasa Davidovic

I am an All Breeds Judge through the Canadian Kennel Club. I have been in the purebred dog world for over 50 years, breeding dogs, working as a professional handler and then judging for over 20 years. I have judged around the world and am very blessed to have been to so many countries. I truly love judging and it is my passion. I have been a breeder of Dobermann Pinschers, Poodles, Papillons, Whippets and Italian Greyhounds. Although I no longer breed due to my crazy busy life, I still have dogs. Can’t imagine my life without a dog!

I have judged breeds from FCI Groups I II III V VI VII VIII IX X at National Dog Shows, International Dog Shows-Cacib Shows, Championship Shows, Club Shows, Speciality Breed Dog Shows. I award CC, CAC, GREEN tSTAR, CACIB, BOB, BEST in GROUP at all levels, BIS at the Club Shows and Speciality Breed Dog Shows. I judged Best in Show. I am President of the Retriever Club Belgrade in Serbia, member of the Committee in Kennel Club of Serbia kinoloskisrbije@gmail.com, member of GRC U.K. I judged widely across the GLOBE. I have Judged Golden Retriever breed shows in 34 countries. etc... and at many Championship Shows in different countries!

Ana Beatriz Knoll I started my dog interest in 1980 when I owned an English Cocker. My first show as a visitor was in August 1980 and in October the same year I was showing the first dog in the ring. An Afghan Hound, my first show dog. My husband Mario Knoll began his Lhasa breeding about the same year, and at that time he was very involved with Dobermanns too. For many years we have worked both breeds, Lhasas and Afghans, and we had made several champions in Brazil and abroad. Our Kennel called Excalibur Quest worked with Pugs from 1996 till 2003, and from this year till now we´ve been very involved with Pomeranians, as breeders and exhibitors. Actually, we are not showing our dogs very often but we are still very involved in Pomeranian breeding, and also follow my passion for Afghan Hounds. Our Lhasas has been number 01 in the breed since 2006 and always between 5 best in the other years until 2012 when we decided to pause our Lhasa breeding. We were the co-owner of Top Pomeranian in South America. N.01 in the breed and top 10 All Breed 2006/ 2007 in Argentine and Uruguay. We bred the Pomeranian Number 01 All breed in Uruguay 2013. I have been judged as all rounder since 1995 and Mario since 1998 in several Brazilian shows, all breeds and specialties. I had judged in almost all countries from South America, South Africa, Australia, Canada, Mexico, and several European countries like Croatia, Finland, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Denmark, Switzerland and Luxemburg.

Mr. Nenad Davidovic I have judged All Breeds from all FCI Groups at National Dog Shows, International Dog Shows-Cacib Shows, Championship Shows, Club Shows, Speciallity Breed Dog Shows. I award CAC, CACIB, BOB, BEST in GROUP at all levels, BEST BRACE,BEST BREEDERS GROUP,BEST IN SHOW BIS. I awarded CACT and CACIT on Field trials too. I have stewarded at all levels. I am the President of the Kennel Club Gornji Milanovac more then 30 years, member of the Committee in Kennel Club of Serbia ksrs@yubc.net, member of the Komission for Judge students at Kennel Club of Serbia over 25 years. I judged in many countries including, Belgium EURODOGSHOW Kortrijk 2 x times, Hungary, Macedonia, Russia at all 11 Zones from west to far east, EUROASIA in Moscow, Romania, Poland, Latvia, Belarus, Bosnia, Italy, Serbia, Slovakia, Hungary, Ukraine, Estonia, Spain, Denmark, Germany, France, Finland, Greece, Bulgary, Montenegro, Azerbijan, lreland, Indonesia, Colombia, Egypt, Luxembourg, China, Brazil, Malla, Sweden etc! I celebrated in 2011. 40 years in Cinollogy, started 1971 with breeding Pointers.

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Shharat Sharma​ The first steps into the vast and wonderful world of show dogs were taken in 1979 when he bought his first FCI Registered Labrador Bitch. The passion for Gun Dogs continued and he added Golden Retrievers, Irish Setters, German Short Haired Pointers and Cocker Spaniels to the Kennels during the first decade. In each of these breeds he achieved fair success and made over 20 champions. The early 1990s saw a shift to Beagles. The breed had been sidelined for many years by show enthusiasts and breeders alike but the import of NZ Ch Jest Aint No Angel saw a dramatic revival of the breed. Shharat is rightfully credited as one of the founders of the modern beagle in India. Since then he has bred over 25 champions under the ‘Ratnbela’ Prefix. His kennel is now a treasure house of the finest blood lines in the world. This year he makes a come back to the show ring with some home bred beagles. Ratnbela has also been home to Dachshunds, Boxers, German Shepherds and Chihuahuas. Granted All Breeds Judging License in 2009, Shharat has judged at most major venues in India. He has also judged the Pug Speciality and Rottweiler Speciality shows in India and Gun Dog Speciality in Western Australia. He has judged prestigious international dog shows in South Africa, Philippines, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Romania, Germany and USA.

Stanley Shen (Singapore) Stanley first started showing dogs in the 1980s as a Junior Handler and it was in this activity that he was to begin a dedicated involvement in the canine world. He was twice Runner-Up Junior Handler of the Year and his repertoire as a handler spans across all Groups including Whippets at Crufts on 2 occasions. In 2001, he was invited to be the guest speaker on a radio talk show to introduce dog shows to the public. This radio program was presented to listeners as 15 minute capsules on a weekly basis. The following year saw him being involved with 'Emily World' and 'Disney Channel' on Cable TV. One was a feature on dog breeders and the other, a spotlight on young people and their hobbies – in this case, dog handling. In 2003, he also attended the Special Judge’s Training Seminar in Japan lectured by Frank Sabella and Mary Beth O’Neil from USA and Fredrik Norgren from Norway. At an administrative level, he was a past Director of the Governing Council of the Singapore Kennel Club. Stanley is licensed to judge All Breeds. Besides Singapore, he has also judged in Canada, China, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Ireland, Denmark, Japan, America and Brazil.

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Show day: Saturday, 15th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 31st March 2017

Show day: Saturday, 22nd April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 1st April 2017

Show venue: Gayndah Show Grounds Cnr Spencer and Arthur St, GAYNDAH

PIONEER VALLEY KENNEL CLUB

GAYNDAH SHOW SOCIETY CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Gayndah Show Society, Entries to: c/- P.O. Box 5655 BUNDABERG WEST 4670 Contact: Mrs Amanda Imhoff Enquiries: Ph: (07) 4161 2992 or 0427 316 398 Show day contact: Ph: 0427 316 398 JUDGING ORDER: Baby Puppy and Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 1: Mrs S. Bruno Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 General Mrs S. Bruno Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy and Puppy Entry fees: $10, Catalogue $3 No Cars through the Gate, Room to set up inside Dog Area. ALL Sweepstakes on separate Entry Form

Judging time: 8:30am with Sweepstakes

Show day: Friday, 21st April 2017 Entries close: Thursday, 6th April 2017

KILCOY SHOW SOCIETY Show venue: Kilcoy Show Grounds, 26 Showground Rd, WOOLMAR

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) A, H & I c/- P.O. Box 78 WATERFORD WEST 4133 Entries to: Kilcoy online entries through Show Manager Contact: Nadia Attridge Ph: (07) 5428 3420 Enquiries: Between 5:00 and 7:00pm Only Show day contact: Ph: 0407 591 165 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs D. Smith Groups 3 and 7 Ring 2: Mrs H. Weil Groups 2, 5 and 6 Ring 3: Mr E. Ryder Groups 1 and 4 General Mrs D. Smith Specials: Entry fees: $10, $3 Catalogue

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

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Show venue: Pioneer Valley Show Grounds, Peoples St Entrance, FINCH HATTON

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

Classes:

Handlers 7-under 10, 10-under13, 13-under 19 Classes: Judges to be advised on the day PVKC c/- P.O. Box 344 NERANG 4211 online entries through Show Manager

Entries to:

Contact: Lana McCrindle Enquiries: Ph: (07) 4959 1353 (6:00pm - 8:00pm) Show day Contact: 0407 744 825 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mr D. Sidebottom (ACT) Groups 3, 7 and 4 Ring 2: Mrs Y. Meintjes (NSW)

Groups 2, 1, 6 and 5

General Specials: Mr D. Sidebottom (ACT) Entry fees: $12, $3 Catalogues Camping $25 Per Night to be paid to Grounds Caretaker upon arrival

Judging time: 3:00pm with Junior Handlers Show day: Sunday, 23rd April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 1st April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes:

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

Handlers 7-under 10, 10-under13, 13-under 19 Classes: Judges to be advised on the day Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs Y. Meintjes (NSW) Groups 7, 4 and 3 Ring 2: Mr D. Sidebottom (ACT) Groups 6, 1, 5 and 2 General Specials: Mrs Y. Meintjes (NSW) Entry fees: $12, $3 Catalogues

Judging time: 8:30am with Junior Handlers

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Show day: Saturday, 22nd April 2017

Entries close: Monday, 10th April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

CLONCURRY AND DISTRICT CANINE CLUB Show venue: Richmond Race Course, Race Course Rd, RICHMOND

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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

Enquiries: Contact: Fiona Rae Ph: 0427 958 426 Show day contact: Ph: 0427 958 426

JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mrs V. Spence

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

General Specials: Mrs V. Spence Entry fees: $10, $6 Catalogue (Covers All 3 Shows) Camping $10 per night (To be paid with entries) W CASH AND SASH SHO S

Canteen Available Judging time: 3:00pm with Group 1

Show day: Sunday, 23rd April 2017

Entries close: Monday, 10th April 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. Ogden

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

General Specials: Mr R. Ogden Entry fees: $10, $6 Catalogue (Covers All 3 Shows) Camping $10 per night (To be paid with entries) Judging time: 7:30am with Group 1

Show day: Sunday, 23rd April 2017

Entries close: Monday, 10th April 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 N. Zimmerle

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

General Specials: Mrs N. Zimmerle Entry fees: $10, $6 Catalogue (Covers All 3 Shows) Camping $10 per night (To be paid with entries) W CASH AND SASH SHO S

Canteen Available Judging time: Within 1 Hour of completion of Morning Show with Group 1

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Show day: Saturday, 22nd April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 31st March 2017

MT PERRY SHOW SOCIETY Mt Perry Show Grounds, Monto Rd, MT PERRY

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Mt Perry Show Society, Entries to: P.O. Box 5655 WEST BUNDABERG 4679 online entries through Show Manager Contact: Margaret Burgess Ph: (07) 4156 3385 or Enquiries: 0428 563 386 Show day contact: Ph: 0428 563 386 JUDGING ORDER: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 1: Mrs N. Zimmerle Groups 1, 4 and 5 Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 2: Mrs M. Webber Groups 2, 3, 6 and 7 General Mrs N. Zimmerle Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy and Puppy Entry fees: $10 + $2 Ground Levy, $5 Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue Double Header with Zone 2 Amenities Show, Enjoy the Nights Entertainment. Free Camping.

Judging time: 9:30am

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

Show day: Sunday, 23rd April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 31st March 2017

ZONE 2 AMENITIES FUNDRAISING SHOW Mt Perry Show Grounds, Monto Rd, MT PERRY

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) GROUNDS COMMITTEE OF DOGS QLD - AMENITIES ZONE 2 Entries to: P.O. Box 5655 WEST BUNDABERG 4679 Contact: Craig Pettett Ph: 0418 878 503 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0418 878 503 JUDGING ORDER: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 1: Mrs M. Webber Groups 1, 4 and 5 Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 2: Mrs N. Zimmerle Groups 2, 3, 6 and 7 General Mrs M. Webber Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy and Puppy $12 + $2 Ground Levy, $7 Baby Puppy Class and $5 Entry fees: Sweepstakes, 3 Catalogue ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

Double Header with Mt Perry Show Society, Cheques to be made payable to CCCQ LTD. The Committee reserves the right to alter Group allocations and/or approve additional Judges should numbers dictate. Half Price Baby Puppy, Cash and Sash Show. Free Camping.

Judging time: 8:30am Sweepstakes

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Show day: Saturday, 22nd April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

MAREEBA KENNEL CLUB

Show venue: Cairns City Kennel Club Grounds Quigley St, CAIRNS

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 Show Secretary, P.O. Box 2295 CAIRNS 4870, online entries through Show Manager or fnqdogs.lindasvan.com.au Contact: Renee Mather Ph: 0437 503 464 Email: reneemather77@gmail.com Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0437 503 464 or 0400 440 186 Ring 1: Ring 2: Ring 3: General Specials: Sweepstakes: Entry fees:

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

Dr V. Knopke Mrs M. Schelbach Ms K. McGhie Dr V. Knopke Baby Puppy and Puppy $12, $5 Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue, $11 Per Day Camping

Judging time: 9:30am with Sweepstakes

Show day: Saturday, 22nd April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 7th April 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: Ring 1: Ring 2: Ring 3: General Specials: Sweepstakes: Entry fees:

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

Dr V. Knopke Mrs M. Schelbach Ms K. McGhie Ms K. McGhie Baby Puppy and Puppy $12, $5 Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue, $11 Per Day Camping

Judging time: 3:00pm with Sweepstakes

Show day: Sunday, 23rd April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

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-under13, 13-under 19 Judges to be advised on the day, Judged during Lunch Break Entries and As above Enquiries: Ring 1: Ring 2: Ring 3: General Specials: Sweepstakes: Entry fees:

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

Dr V. Knopke Mrs M. Schelbach Ms K. McGhie Mrs M. Schelbach Baby Puppy and Puppy $12, $5 Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue, $11 Per Day Camping

BREAKFAST SUPPLIED SUNDAY MORNING Judging time: 9:00am with Sweepstakes

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Show days: Tuesday, 25th April 2017

Entries close: Tuesday, 4th April 2017

ANZAC DAY 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-under13, 13-under 19, Judge Miss A. Trevelyan (NZ) Classes: Entries to:

Joy Lanham, P.O. Box 356 ORMEAU 4208

Enquiries:

Contact: Jodie Wilshier Ph: 0409 720 882 Show day contact: 0417 799 115 JUDGING ORDER:

Ring 10: Mrs R. Carter (VIC) Ring 6: Mr S. Honnery (WA) Ring 7: Mrs T. Trevelyan (NZ) Ring 3: Mrs H. Gibson (NSW) Ring 9: Mr C. Moore (VIC) Ring 4: Mrs Y. Girling (SA) Ring 5: Miss J. Aspinall (VIC)

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

General Mr J. Burgess Specials: Entry fees: $12, $3 Catalogues JUDGING WILL CEASE AT 5:00PM TO ALLOW FOR A

Dusk Memorial Service AND RESUME AT 6:00PM

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Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

GOOMBUNGEE SHOW SOCIETY Show venue: Goombungee Show Grounds Lau St, GOOMBUNGEE

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

Mrs W. Motley, P.O. Box 3 GOOMBUNGEE 4354 online entries through Show Manager

Enquiries:

Contact: Tracey Sharpe Ph: 0419 765 948 Show day contact: Ph: 0419 765 948 JUDGING ORDER:

Ring 1: Mrs K. Nichols

Groups 1 and 2

Ring 2: Mrs M. Broughton

Groups 3 and 5

Ring 3: Mrs A. Everson

Groups 4, 6 and 7

General Mrs A. Everson Specials: Entry fees: $11 , $3 Catalogue SSAE for return of Passes

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

Show day: Sunday, 30th April 2017 Entries close: Monday, 27th March 2017

ROCKHAMPTON KENNEL CLUB Show venue: Rockhampton Show Grounds, 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) Show Secretary P.O. Box 8593 ALLENSTOWN 4700 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Contact: Sue-Ellen Byrne Ph: 0458 076 603 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0458 076 603 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 1: Mr L. Butler (NSW) Groups 1, 6 and 5 Ring 2: Mrs C. Butler (NSW) Groups 2, 3, 7 and 4 General Mr L. Butler (NSW) Specials: $10 + $2 Ground Levy, $ 3 Catalogue, Entry fees: Camping $25 Per Night This Show is held in conjunction with Capricorn Coast Kennel Club and Central Qld Toy Dog Club Championship Shows. Gates Open 12:00pm to 2:00pm Friday 28th April 2017. GLASS FREE ZONE.

Judging time: 9:00am with Groups 1 and 2

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Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 1st April 2017

CAPRICORN COAST KENNEL CLUB Show venue: Rockhampton Show Grounds, 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) Handler 7-under 10, 10-under13, 13-under 19, Classes: judged in Lunch Break Secretary CCKC P.O. Box 5655 BUNDABERG WEST 4670 Entries to: The online entries through Show Manager Marilyn Dyckhoff Ph: (07) 4155 1443 Enquiries: Contact: (5:00 - 8:30pm only) Show day contact: Ph: 0409 040 656 JUDGING ORDER: Sweepstakes, Ring 1: Mr L. Butler (NSW) Puppy Groups 2, 3, 7 and 4 Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Ring 2: Mrs C. Butler (NSW) Groups, 1, 6 and 5, Junior Handlers General Mrs C. Butler (NSW) Specials: Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy and Puppy + $2 Ground Levy, $5 Sweepstakes, $3 Catalogue, Entry fees: $10 R.C.C Camping Fee $25 Per Night The Club reserves the right to appoint/alter/add Judges and rings if numbers require. This Show is held in conjunction with Rockhampton Kennel Club and Central Qld Toy Dog Club Championship Shows. Gates Open 2:00pm Friday 28th April 2017. GLASS FREE ZONE

Judging time: 10:00am with Sweepstakes

Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 15th April 2017

CENTRAL QLD TOY DOG CLUB Show venue: Rockhampton Show Grounds, 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) 1 Hicks Cl, GRACEMERE 4702 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Contact: Jenny Sweeney Ph: (07) 4933 3399 Enquiries: or 0407 138 860 Show day contact: Ph: 0407 138 860 JUDGING ORDER: Sweepstakes and Ring 1: Mrs M. Sheppard (NSW) Veteran All Toy Breeds A - Z General Mrs M. Sheppard (NSW) Specials: Sweepstakes: Veteran $10 + $3 Ground Levy, $5 Veteran Sweepstakes Entry fees: Catalogue Free for Members, $2.50 Non Members This Show is held in conjunction with Capricorn Coast Kennel Club and Rockhampton Kennel Club Championship Shows. GLASS FREE ZONE.

Judging time: 1/2 Hour after the conclusion of Capricorn Coast Kennel Club Show With Veteran Sweepstakes

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Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 15th April 2017

CHINESE CRESTED 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) 12(12a) 18(18a)

Entries to:

Ruth Cook, P.O. Box 344 NERANG online entries through Show Manager

Enquiries:

Contact: Susan Tynan Ph: 0417 088 555 Show day Contact: (07) 4666 2157

Please collect and place your rubbish in waste bin

JUDGING ORDER: Ring 3: Mr B. Abraham Chinese Crested Dogs General Specials: Mr B. Abraham Entry fees:

Automatic if entered in Championship Show, Open Show Only $4

Judging time: 9:00am with Baby Puppy Dog Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 15th April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes:

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

Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Crested Dogs Ring 3: Mr J. Mesach (Indonesia) Chinese and Property Classes General Specials: Mr J. Mesach (Indonesia) Property Best Head, Gait, Perant and Progeny Classes: Entry fees:

$14 (includes catalogue with First entry), $4 Property Classes, $3 Additional Catalogues

Judging time: Not before 10:00am With Baby Puppy Dog

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Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 15th April 2017

TENTERFIELD TERRIER CLUB OF QLD INC

SPORTING SPANIEL CLUB OF QLD

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

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

OPEN SHOW

OPEN SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Tenterfield Terrier Club Show Secretary, Entries to: P.O. Box 78 WATERFORD WEST 4133 online entries through Show Manager Enquiries:

Contact: Mrs Linda Kieseker Ph: (07) 5498 7945 Show day Contact: 0477 017 074 JUDGING ORDER:

Ring 16: Mr A. Adams

Tenterfield Terriers

General Mr A. Adams Specials: $6 if Open Show Only, Automatic if entered in Entry fees: Championship Show, Catalogue $3 (Covers Both Shows)

Judging time: 9:30am Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Mrs J. Stoneley, 60 Lyndon Rd, CAPALABA 4157 Entries to: online entries through Show Manager Contact: Jeanette Stoneley Ph: 0414 273 186 Before Enquiries: 8:00pm or Bruce Cornish (07) 3297 5510 Before 8:00pm Show day Contact: 0414 273 186 JUDGING ORDER: Ring 11: Mr L. Wright Sporting Spaniels General Mr L. Wright Specials: Entry fees: $5, Catalogue $3 Covers Both Shows

Judging time: 9:00am with Breeds in Alphabetical order Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 15th April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9a(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries: JUDGING ORDER: Ring 3: Mr S. Sim (Philippines) Tenterfield Terriers General Mr S. Sim (Philippines) Specials: Property Best Head, Gait, Parent and Progeny Classes: Entry fees: $13 Classes, $6 Property Classes

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: Ring 12: Mrs Rasche (SA) Sporting Spaniels General Mrs Rasche (SA) Specials: $14, $11 Baby Puppy Class, Catalogues $3 (covers Entry fees: both shows) ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

OW CASH AND SASH SH ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

Judging time: At completion of Open Show but not before 11:30am

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Judging time: Not before 11:00am with Breeds in Alphabetical order

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Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017

Entries close: Saturday, 8th April 2017

OPEN SHOW

WORKING DOG CLUB OF QLD Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Ave, DURACK

2 CHAMP / 1 OPEN

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Veteran Class and Neuter 18(18a) Show Secretary, 9 Coachwood St CRESTMEAD 4132 online entries through Show Manager Contact: Joanne McCann Ph: 0499 433 089 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0499 433 089

Entries to:

JUDGING ORDER: Rings 6 - 9: Mrs M. Kay

Group 5 All working Dog breeds

General Specials: Mrs M. Kay Entry fees:

$3 if Open Show Only, Automatic if entered in Championship Show 1, Catalogue $3 (Covers open Show and Championship Show 1) Judging time: 8:00am

Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017

Entries close: Saturday, 8th April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Veteran Class and Neuter 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries:

JUDGING ORDER: Rings 6 - 9: Mrs P. Lanctot (Canada) Group 5 All working Dog breeds (A-Z) General Specials: Mrs P. Lanctot (Canada) Entry fees: $12, Catalogue $3 Judging time: 9:00am

Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017

Entries close: Saturday, 8th April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 9(9a) 10(10a) 11(11a) Veteran Class and Neuter 18(18a) Entries and As above Enquiries:

JUDGING ORDER: Rings 6 - 9: Ms L. Hickie (NSW)

Group 5 All working Dog breeds (C-Z then A-B)

General Specials: Ms L. Hickie (NSW) Entry fees: $12, Catalogue $3 Judging time: 9:00am

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Show day: Saturday, 29th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

CAIRNS CITY KENNEL CLUB

Show venue: Cairns City Kennel Club Grounds Quigley St, CAIRNS

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 Show Secretary, PO Box 252 CAIRNS 4870, online entries through Show Manager or fnqdogs.lindasvan.com.au Contact: Lesley Halliwell Ph: 0438 601 705 Enquiries: Show day contact: Ph: 0438 601 705 Ring 1: Ms M. Clegg (VIC) Ring 2: Mrs J. Campbell (VIC) followed by: General Specials: Sweepstakes: Entry fees:

JUDGING ORDER: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes Groups 4, 1 and 2 Puppy and Veteran Sweepstakes, Groups 7, 5 and 6

Mr K. Campbell (VIC) Group 3 Mrs J. Campbell (VIC) Baby Puppy, Puppy and Veteran $12, Sweepstakes $5, Catalogue $2.50, Camping $11 to be paid with entries Judging time: 2:00pm with Sweepstakes

Show day: Sunday, 30th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

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-under13, 13-under 19, Judge to be advised on the day Entries and As above Enquiries: Ring 1: Ring 2: General Specials: Sweepstakes: Entry fees:

JUDGING ORDER: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes, Groups 4, 1 and 2 Puppy and Veteran Sweepstakes, Groups 7, 5 , 6 and 3

Ms A. Collyer (Vic) Ms M. Clegg (Vic) Ms M. Clegg (Vic) Baby Puppy, Puppy and Veteran $12, Sweepstakes $5, Catalogue $2.50, Camping $11 to be paid with entries

Judging time: 10:00am with Junior Handlers and Sweepstakes

Show day: Monday, 1st May 2017

Entries close: Friday, 7th April 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: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes Groups 4 and 1 Group 2 Puppy and Veteran Sweepstakes, Groups 7, 5 , 6 and 3

Ring 1: Mrs J. Campbell (VIC) followed by: Mr K. Campbell (VIC) Ring 2: Ms A. Collyer (VIC) General Specials: Ms A. Collyer (VIC) Sweepstakes: Baby Puppy, Puppy and Veteran Entry fees: $12, Sweepstakes $5, Catalogue $2.50, Camping $11 to be paid with entries Judging time: 9:00am with Sweepstakes

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Show day: Sunday, 30th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 31st March 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW

WESTERN SUBURBS KENNEL CLUB Show venue: Dogs Queensland Sports Grounds, 247 King Avenue DURACK, QLD

2 CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS

Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a) Handler 7-under 10, 10-under13, 13-under 19, Judge to be advised on the day, to be judged in Lunch Break Classes: Entries to:

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

Enquiries:

Contact: Joy Lanham Ph: 0409 720 882 Show day contact: 0400 826 333 JUDGING ORDER:

Ring 10: Mrs P. Lanctot (Canada) Ring 6: Mrs S. Impey (Sth Africa) Ring 11: Mr M. Lanctot (Canada) Ring 3: Ms M. White (USA)

Group 1

Ring 14: Mr J. Mesach (Indonesia)

Group 5

Group 2

Ring 16: Mr S. Sim (Philippines)

Group 6

Group 3

Ring 5: Mrs O. Gagne (Canada)

Group 7

Group 4 General Specials: Mr M. Lanctot (Canada)

Entry fees: $13, Catalogue $3, to be ordered and paid for with entries

Judging time: 9:00am Show day: Monday, 1st May 2017

Entries close: Friday, 31st March 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW Show day: Sunday, 19th April 2015 Classes: 1(1a) 2(2a) 3(3a) 4(4a) 5(5a) 10(10a) 11(11a) 18(18a)

Entries and

Enquiries:

As above JUDGING ORDER:

Ring 10: Mrs O. Gagne ( Canada)

Group 1

Ring 14: Ms M. White (USA)

Group 5

Ring 6: Mr M. Lanctot ( Canada)

Group 2

Ring 16: Mr J. Mesach (Indonesia)

Group 6

Ring 11: Mrs S. Impey (Sth Africa)

Group 3

Ring 5: Mr S. Sim (Philippines)

Group 7

Ring 3: Mrs P. Lanctot (Canada)

Group 4 General Specials: Mrs S. Impey (Sth Africa)

Entry fees: $13, Catalogue $3, to be ordered and paid for with entries ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R

Judging time: 9:00am www.dogsqueensland.org.au

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THE BULLMASTIFF CLUB OF QLD PROUDLY PRESENTS

THE 7TH NATIONAL BULLMASTIFF SPECIALTY BREED CLASSES: MRS SUSAN COX (COLOM KENNELS – UK) SPECIAL CLASSES: MRS NORMA ZIMMERLE QLD Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th June, 2017 DOGS QLD SPORTS GROUNDS, DURACK, QLD

Friday 23rd June – Opening ceremony commences at 8.30am. Parade of Veterans commences at 9:00am followed by judging of Baby Puppy Dog. Order of judging: Dog classes followed by Bitches. Saturday 24th June – Judging commences where left off the day before if not finished, or with General Specials. Lunch break will be after General Specials. Property Classes to commence with Baby Puppy Sweepstakes after the lunch break. Breed Classes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 18 Dogs 1a, 2a, 3a, 4a, 5a, 10a, 11a, 18a Bitches Property Classes: Baby Puppy Sweepstakes (3-6 months) - Puppy Sweepstakes (6-12 months) Novice Sweepstakes (6 months + and not titled) - Best Head Dog - Best Head Bitch Best Movement - Best Brindle Coat - Best Fawn Coat - Best Red Coat Best Owned, Bred & Handled - Best Sire & Progeny (min 2, max 4 exhibits) Best Dam &Progeny (min 2, max 4 exhibits) and Breeders Cup (details on webpage) NOTE: NEUTER EXHIBITS ENTERED IN CLASSES 18 and 18a WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO COMPETE IN PROPERTY CLASSES EXCLUDING SWEEPSTAKES. Entries to: Show Secretary, P.O. Box 636 Lismore NSW 2480 Enquiries to: Show Secretary, Melissa Smith anmenta@lis.net.au (02) 66284465

Please ensure all entry forms are completed correctly

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

Judging time: 8:30am with Opening ceremony

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

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, 1st April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 18th March 2017

MAGPIES MACKAY AND DISTRICT OBEDIENCE CLUB

Show venue: Magpies Sporting Complex, Glenella, MACKAY

DOUBLE RALLY-O Entries to: The Secretary, P.O. Box 655, MACKAY QLD 4740 Enquiries: Contact: Carol Hodge Ph: 0438 440 373 TRIAL JUDGES: Mr J. Baumann All Classes

DOUBLE OBEDIENCE Mr J. Baumann Entry fees: $7

All Classes

The Club reserves the right to change Classes and Judges depending on Class size.

Judging time: 3:00pm

Vetting: 2:30pm

Trial day: Sunday, 2nd April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 17th March 2017

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

TOOWOOMBA DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB INC Show venue: Norman Park, Hursley Road, TOOWOOMBA

OBEDIENCE, AGILITY, JUMPERS AND DOUBLE RALLY-O Secretary, P.O. Box 3606 TOOWOOMBA 4350 Entries to: The online entries through K9 Entries www.k9entries.com/ankc Enquiries: Contact: Sue McIntyre Ph: (07) 4696 7393 Entry fees: $7.50

AGILITY, JUMPERS AND RALLY-O, TRIAL 1

TRIAL JUDGES: Mr J. Brown Agility and Jumpers (All Classes) Mr D. Strong Rally-O (All Classes)

Judging time: 9:00am

Vetting: 8:30am

OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O, TRIAL 2

TRIAL JUDGES: Mr W. Doyle UDX, UD Ms A. Tamblyn CDX Mrs K. Goebel CD, CCD Mr W. Patterson Rally-O (All Classes) Competitors MUST register no later than 15 Minutes prior to the commencement of the Trial.

Judging time: 10:00am

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Trial day: Friday, 7th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 24th March 2017

CANINE OBEDIENCE CLUB OF TOWNSVILLE Show venue: Heatley Park, Fulham Rd, TOWNSVILLE OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O Entries to: Trial Secretary, P.O. Box 991, AITKENVALE 4814 Enquiries: Contact: Judy Forbes-Faulkner Ph: 0427 725 982 TRIAL JUDGES: Mrs C. O'Shea Obedience (All Classes) Mr R. Wittkamp Rally-O (All Classes) Entry fees: $7

Judging time: 7:00pm

Vetting: 6:30pm

Trial day: Saturday, 8th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 24th March 2017

AGILITY AND JUMPERS, TRIAL 1 Mr R. Wittkamp Mrs H. Northover

Agility (All Classes) Jumpers (All Classes)

Judging time: 4:00pm

Vetting: 3:30pm

OBEDIENCE, AGILITY, JUMPERS AND GAMES, TRIAL 2 Mrs C. O'Shea Mrs H. Northover Mr R. Wittkamp

Obedience (All Classes) Strategic Pairs and Agility (All Classes) Jumpers (All Classes)

Judging time: 7:00pm

Vetting: 6:30pm

Trial day: Saturday, 8th April 2017 Entries close: Wednesday, 22nd March 2017

GOLD COAST DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING CLUB

Show venue: Ron Short Park, Alicia Street, SOUTHPORT QLD

DOUBLE AGILITY AND JUMPERS TRIAL Trial Secertary P.O. Box 153, CANUNGRA 4275 or k9entries.com/ankc (prefered) Enquiries: Contact: Lisa Kaddatz Ph: 0403 827 728 Entry fees: $7, $2 Catalogue Entries to:

Trial day: Sunday, 9th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 17th March 2017

LOGAN ALL BREEDS DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB Show venue: Gould Adams Park, Kingston Road, KINGSTON

RALLY-O, TRIAL 1 P.O. Box 23 KINGSTON 4114 Entries to: or online entries through K9 Entries www.k9entries.com/ankc Enquiries: Contact: Laura Schimke Ph: 0411 634 277 TRIAL JUDGES: Mr O. Moller All Classes Entry fees: $7

RALLY-O, TRIAL 2 Mr C. Pain Mr D. Strong

All Classes Reserve Both Trials

AGILITY AND JUMPERS TBA Agility All Classes TBA Jumpers All Classes Classes and Judges may be altered if required

Judging time: 8:00am

Vetting: 7:00am

Trial day: Friday 14th, Saturday 15th and Sunday, 16th April 2017

Entries close: Friday, 31st March 2017 TRACK AND SEARCH TRIAL ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB INC EVERGREEN TRACKING DOG CLUB INC

Entries to: Mr T. E. Telford, P.O. Box VF3606, TOOWOOMBA 4350 Enquiries: Contact: Trevor Telford Ph: (07) 4635 7932 Entry fees: $20 Classes: Tracks 1 - 10 Venue: St Pauls School, Gympie Rd STRATHPINE Judging time: 6:00am Vetting: 5:30am Trial day: Friday 14th, Saturday 15th and Sunday, 16th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 1st April 2017 TRACK AND SEARCH AND TRACKING ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB INCTRIAL

CANINE OBEDIENCE CLUB OF TOWNSVILLE

Entries to: Trial Secretary, P.O. Box 991 AITKENVALE 4814 Classes: Tracks 1 - 10 Enquiries: Contact: Judy Forbes-Faulkner Ph: 0427 725 982 Entry fees: $20 Venue: Black River Rd, ALICE RIVER (Tracking) Track & Search; Verbeena Crt, ANNONDALE Judging time: 6:30am Vetting: 6:00am

AGILITY AND JUMPERS, TRIAL 1 Ring 1: Mrs R. Bulloch Ring 2: Mrs M. Anderson Judging time: 9:00am

All Agility All Jumpers Vetting: 8:00am - 8:45am

AGILITY AND JUMPERS, TRIAL 2 Ring 1: Miss M. Bruce Ring 2: Miss M. Waldon

All Agility All Jumpers

Multi-Entry forms will be accepted- Please note height class and ensure entries are legible. Takeaway food shops located directly opposite Club grounds. Please respect our neighbours and keep dogs from barking.

Judging time: After Trial 1

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Vetting: 1:00pm if required

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Trial day: Saturday, 15th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 1st April 2017

MARYBOROUGH DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB Show venue: Wests Football Fields, Sydney St, MARYBOROUGH

DOUBLE OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O TRIAL Entries to: P.O. Box 3050, MARYBOROUGH 4650 Enquiries: Contact: Beryl Crompton Ph: (07) 4129 4448 Entry fees: $7

RALLY-O, TRIAL 1 TBA

All Classes

RALLY-O, TRIAL 2 Mrs C. Fisher

All Classes

Judging time: 12:00pm

Vetting: 11:30am

OBEDIENCE, TRIAL 1 Mrs C. Fisher TBA

CCD, CD and CDX UD and UDX

OBEDIENCE, TRIAL 2 TBA

All Classes

Judging time: 4:00pm

Vetting: 2:30pm

Trial day: Saturday, 15th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 1st April 2017

DOGS QUEENSLAND AGILITY COMMITTEE

Trial day: Saturday, 22nd April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 1st April 2017

IPSWICH DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB Show venue: Club Grounds, Mt Crosby Rd, TIVOLI

DOUBLE RALLY-O AND OBEDIENCE TRIALS Trial Secretary, 18 Wruck Crt, MINDEN 4311 Entries to: or k9entries.com/ankc (prefered) Enquiries: Contact: Narelle Wilkins Ph: 0400 575 188 Entry fees: $7

RALLY-O, TRIAL 1

Mrs C. Fisher

All Classes

RALLY-O, TRIAL 2

Mr O. Moller

Judging time: 10:00am

All Classes

Vetting: 9:00am - 9:45am

OBEDIENCE TRIAL

Mrs K. Goebel CCD ED BY: PR O UDLY S P O N S O R Mrs M. Baumann CD Mr W. Doyle CDX Mr B. Nobbs UD Mr J. Baumann UDX Mr L. Knauth Reserve Club Reserves the right to add or change Judges if required. No late entries or amendments will be accepted one week out from Trail Date.

Judging time: 6:00pm

Vetting: 5:00pm - 5:45pm

Trial day: Saturday, 22nd and Sunday, 23rd April 2017

Entries close: Wednesday, DOG 29th March 2017 TRACKING TRIAL INC ROCKHAMPTON OBEDIENCE CLUB 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 Venue: Four Mile Lane, BOYLAND Entry fees: $20 Classes: All Tracks Judging time: 6:00am Vetting: 5:30am Trial day: Sunday, 23rd April 2017

Entries close: Sunday, 9th April 2017 DANCES WITHCLUB DOGS TRIAL ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE INC PINE RIVERS DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB

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

JUMPERS AND GAMES TRIAL P.O. Box 563, JIMBOOMBA 4280 Entries to: online entries through K9 Entries k9entries.com/ankc (prefered) General contact: Karen Deguet Enquiries: Ph: (07) 3219 2750 TRIAL JUDGES: Mrs G. Newton JDO, JDM and JDX Mr R. Mills Strategic Pairs All Classes Entry fees: $7, Catalogues $2

Entries to: Trial Secretary, 13 Thallon Cl, WAMURAN 4512 Enquiries: Contact: Gay Westmore Ph: 0488 999 683 Entry fees: $10, $5 Rookies Venue: St Benedicts School Capstone Blvd MANGO HILL Judging time: 10:00am Vetting: 9:00am Trial day: Saturday, 29th and Sunday, 30th April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 15th April 2017 TRACK AND SEARCH TRIAL

MAGPIES MACKAY & DISTRICT OBEDIENCE CLUB

Entries to: The Secretary, P.O. Box 655, MACKAY 4740 Enquiries: Contact: Carol Hodge Ph: 0438 440 373 Classes: All Tracks Entry fees: $15 Venue: Magpies Sporting Complex, Glenella, MACKAY Judging time: 6:00am Vetting: 5:30am

Prefered Payment Method Direct Deposit BSB: 064 002 Account: 10444980 Cheques to be made payable to Canine Control Council Qld

Judging time: 5:00pm

Vetting: 4:00pm

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Trial day: Friday, 21st April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

CANINE OBEDIENCE CLUB OF TOWNSVILLE Show venue: Heatley Park, Fulham Rd, TOWNSVILLE

AGILITY, JUMPERS,OBEDIENCE AND RALLY-O TRIAL Entries to: Trial Secretary, P.O. Box 991, AITKENVALE 4814 Enquiries: Contact: Leisa Cassidy Ph: 0428 250 866 Entry fees: $7

AGILITY, JUMPERS AND GAMES

Ms J. Forbe-Faulkner Agility, Jumpers and Snooker All Classes Judging time: 7:00pm Vetting: 6:30pm

Trial day: Saturday, 22nd April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

RALLY-O Ms J. Forbe-Faulkner All Classes JudgingJudging time: Attime: completion 1 Vetting: 4:00pmof Trial Vetting: 3:30pm 4:30pm

OBEDIENCE Mr R. Bruce Miss P. Williams

UD and UDX CDX, CD and CCD

Judging time: 7:00pm

Vetting: 6:30pm

Trial day: Saturday, 29th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 14th April 2017

REDLANDS DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB

Show venue: Judy Holt Sports Grounds, Randall Rd BIRKDALE

OBEDIENCE TRIAL Trial Secretary, 43 Intrepid Dr VICTORIA POINT 4165 online entries through Show Manager Enquiries: Contact: Jan Dixon Ph: 0417 291 043 Entry fees: $8 TRIAL JUDGES: Mrs N. Leyden CCD Mrs M. Baumann CD Mr J. Baumann CDX Mr W. Doyle UD Mr R. Barron UDX Entries to:

The Club reserves the right to change Classes and Judges depending on Class size.

Judging time: 6:30pm

Vetting: 5:30pm - 6:15pm

Trial day: Saturday, 22nd April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

Trial day: Sunday, 30th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 14th April 2017

Show venue: Dunthie Park, Marsh Ave, NORTH ROCKHAMPTON DOUBLE OBEDIENCE, AGILITY, JUMPERS AND GAMES TRAIL

GYMPIE DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB

ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB Trial Secretary, P.O. Box 5064 NORTH ROCKHAMPTON 4701 or online via www.easydogentries.com Enquiries: Contact: Naomi Ph: 0424 825 465 Entry fees: $7, Games $3 Entries to:

OBEDIENCE, TRIAL 1

Mrs C. Williams All Classes Judging time: 5:00pm Vetting: 4:30pm

OBEDIENCE, TRIAL 2

Mrs C. Williams All Classes Judging time: At completion of Trial 1

Vetting: 4:30pm

AGILITY JUMPERS AND GAMBLERS

Mrs H. Northover All Classes JudgingJudging time: Attime: completion 4:00pmof Trial Vetting: 1 Vetting: 3:30pm 4:30pm

Trial day: Sunday, 23rd April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 7th April 2017

AGILITY, JUMPERS AND STRATEGIC PAIRS Mrs H. Northover All Classes Judging time: 7:30am Vetting: 7:00am

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Show venue: Gympie Show Grounds, Exhibition Rd GYMPIE

DOUBLE AGILITY AND JUMPERS TRIAL Entries to: Trial Secretary. P.O. Box 404 GYMPIE 4570 Enquiries: Contact: Samantha Clifford Ph: 0415 568 871 Entry fees: $7

AGILITIY AND JUMPERS, TRIAL 1

TRIAL JUDGES: Mrs A. Gniel Agility All Classes Mr G. Quail Jumpers All Classes Judging time: 9:00am

Vetting: 8:30am

AGILITIY AND JUMPERS, TRIAL 2

TRIAL JUDGES: Mr G. Quail Agility All Classes Mrs A. Gniel Jumpers All Classes Competitors MUST enter the grounds via the first gates opposite the shops and schools Judging time: At completion of Trial 1

Vetting: 8:30am

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Course day: Friday 14th, Saturday 15th and Sunday, 16th April 2017 RETRIEVING TRIALINC Entries close: Friday, 31st MarchOBEDIENCE 2017 ROCKHAMPTON DOG CLUB

FIELD & RETRIEVING ASSOCIATION FOR GUNDOGS

Entries to: Trial Secretary, 2 - 10 Casino Crt BURPENGARY 4505 Enquiries: Contact: Carol Christensen Ph: (07) 3888 3346 Entry fees: Novice $18, Restricted $20, All Age $22 Venue: ALLENVIEW Judging time: 8:00am Vetting: 7:30am

Course day: Sunday, 23rd April 2017 LURE COURSINGCLUB TRIAL INC Entries close: Sunday, 2nd, April 2017 OBEDIENCE ROCKHAMPTON DOG

QUEENSLAND SIGHTHOUND ASSOCIATION

Entries to: Show Manager or 2 Seven Oaks St, ALEXANDRA HILLS 4161 Enquiries:Contact: Stephen Uebel Ph: 0418 199 419 qsalurecoursing@gmail.com Entry fees: $12 Venue: King Ave DURACK Judging time: 7:00am Vetting: 6:30am

Trial day: Saturday, 15th April 2017 Entries close: Friday, 31st March 2017

BELGIAN SHEPHERD CLUB Show venue: 245 Six Mile Creek Rd, POSTMANS RIDGE

HERDING TESTS AND TRIALS

Entries to: Enquiries: Entry fees:

Trial Secretary, 9 Sundown Crt NARANGBA 4504 Contact: Annette Luck Mob: 0408 732 952 or Email: rodluck@bigpond.com HIC $10, HT $15, PT $20, A and B COURSE $25, C COURSE $40

TRIAL 1

PT (Ordinary and Boundary) HT & HIC Sheep

Dr R. Worringer (Canada)

Judging time: 7:30am with Herding Instinct Tests

TBA

TRIAL 2

Vetting: 7:00am

PT (Ordinary and Boundary) HT & HIC Sheep

Judging time: Completion of 1st Trial with Herding Instinct Tests

Trial day: Sunday, 9th April 2017

Entries close: Thursday, 30th March 2017 EARTH DOG TESTINC ROCKHAMPTON DOG OBEDIENCE CLUB SPORTING TERRIER CLUB OF QLD

Entries to: S. Smid, 7 Brushbox Place 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: Sunday, 16th April 2017 C Course, Started, Intermediate, Advanced Sheep Dr R. Worringer B Course, Started Sheep (Canada) A Course, Started, Novice, Intermediate, Advanced Sheep

TRIAL 1

Vetting: 7:00am

Judging time: 7:30am with C Course

C Course, Started, Intermediate, Advanced Sheep TRIAL 2 Dr R. Worringer B Course, Started Sheep (Canada) A Course, Started, Novice, Intermediate, Advanced Sheep Judging time: Completion of Trial 1 with A Course

Vetting: 7:30am

B Course Out Run Distance: Minimum

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 $150.

Trial day: Saturday, 1st April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 18th March 2017

QLD HERDING ASSOCIATION Show venue: 49 Stirling Rd PEACHESTER

HERDING TESTS AND TRIALS Entries to: Trial Secretary 59 Barrs Rd GLASSHOUSE MOUNTAINS 4518 Anne Freebairn Mob: 0437 922 932 or Enquiries: Contact: (07) 5493 0408 Email: truckaluck@iinet.net.au Entry fees: All Test Classes $15 All Trial Classes $20 Mr J. Mitchell Mrs A. Moy

Trial day: Saturday, 22nd April 2017 Entries close: Saturday, 8th April 2017

CONTINENTAL HERDING CLUB

Show venue: 245 Six Mile Creek Rd, POSTMANS RIDGE

HERDING TESTS AND TRIALS Entries to: Enquiries: Entry fees:

TRIAL 1

Judging time: 8:00am with Herding Instinct Tests

TRIAL 1

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

Judging time: 8:00am with Herding Instinct Tests

Vetting: 7:30am

TRIAL 2

B Course Out Run Distance: 90m

Trial day: Sunday, 23rd April 2017

Trial day: Sunday, 2nd April 2017

TRIAL 1

TRIAL 1

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.

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All Test events including PT Boundary Sheep

Judging time: Not before 10:00am with Herding Instinct Tests

B Course Out Run Distance: 90m

Mrs A. Moy Mr J. Mitchell

Trial Secretary 245 Six Mile Creek Rd, POSTMANS RIDGE 4352 Contact: Anne Mitchell Mob: 0419 642 845 or Email: publictiyofficer@continentalherding.com HIC $10, HT $15, PT $20, A COURSE $25, C COURSE $40 All Test events including PT Boundary Sheep

All Levels C and A Sheep

Judging time: 8:00am with C Course Advanced

TRIAL 2

All Levels A and C Sheep Judging time: At completion of Trial 1 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 $150. Enclose a SSAE for map to venue.

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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 Ph: (07) 5546 9016 FEUERDORN: Andy Muller Ph: 0415 406 694 Email: airedales@firethorn.com.au

AKITA (JAPANESE) PRIMALSPIRIT: www.primalspiritakita.com Email: primalspirit@tpg.com.au

AKITA TANOSHII: N& V Schneider Ph: 0407 115 674 Email: tanoshii@tanoshiikennels.com

AUSTRALIAN CATTLE 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 M: 0417 911 669

BELGNTE: www.belgnte.com 0408 837 994

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

AUSTRALIAN SILKY TERRIER

ALASKAN MALAMUTE

DARKSKY: Imp B/Lines. Ph: 0412 454 763

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

BICHON FRISÉ

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

POLDARA: Enq. Sharon Ph: (07) 5546 0303 AH. Ph: 0448 460 300 Email: swpoldara@bigpond.com Web: www.poldarakennels.com

BELGIAN SHEPHERD DOG

BASENJI LOMAR: Louise 0429 896 558 Enquiries welcome

BASSET HOUND KARETA: R. & M. Webber, Redland Bay Ph: 0418 721 291. Email: kareta@bigpond.com

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

AMMIDAN: K. & A. McGinn www.ammidan.com Samford Ph: (07) 3289 4033 ammidan@bigpond.com

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Registered Breeders Directory The Queensland Dog World BOXER KUDIRKA: Puppy & Stud Enq Ph: (07) 3888 2230

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

ABANZA: Small breeder quality boxers

BRITISH BULLDOG

DOBERMANN STONHONDES: Pups most times 0429 922 447 WATTAVUE: Stud & Puppies (07) 5467 2035

COCKER SPANIEL

BELAFIR: At Stud New Imp 0413 800 213

CHRISMAR: Family Cockers (07) 5437 0452

DOGUE DE BORDEAUX

RUNDERKRAAL: Enq welcome (07) 4698 4125 WATERVAAL: Gwen Hansen (07) 5498 1296 PIPERSGLEN: Enq welcome 0411 871 666

BULL TERRIER KUPALA: Stud & Puppies Ph 0428 522 464

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

CAVALIER KING CHARLES SPANIEL ELLAURENA: Ph Helen 0488 357 457 CURRINDABELA: Cert. healthy lines Ph Carolyn on (07) 5498 7681 CAVALRITE: Visit website www.cavalrite.com

CHESAPEAKE BAY RETRIEVER TENARDA: When only the best will do! 0417 606 214 WEBFOOT: Show / Field www.dogs.net.au/webfoot 0419 595 588

CHIHUAHUA (LONG AND SMOOTH COAT) WACHOWA: Mrs J. Watt - Ph: (07) 3372 3654

COLLIE (ROUGH) KEAMAREE: Est. 1980. Exc. Temp, stud / pups, 3 colours, eye tested. (07) 4157 2758

CHINESE CRESTED ARISTOCREST: www.aristocrest.com.au

RUNDERKRAAL: European Imp’s (07) 4698 4125

FRENCH BULLDOG 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 Ph (07) 3294 6745 VALGARDEN: Val Bowden (07) 3800 1127

DACHSHUND (MINIATURE SMOOTH HAIRED)

SHUMAR: Pup Enquiries Phone: 0410 729 215 MAISONDCHIEN: www.puppymansion.com

GERMAN PINSCHER MASTERKARN: Anita Show / Pet 0409 493 988

GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG DEBBAR: Show, Obed, Pets, (07) 4667 3910 KASSAAR: Puppies, older dogs, Qlty. Ex.Temp, Imported dogs & Stud dogs (07) 5423 2575 www.kassaar.com

GERMAN SHORTHAIRED POINTER

ASSUANA: Gordon Assay (07) 4664 4069 JOHNSANNA: M. Johnson 0400 661 861 ABJEKT: Quality Pups 0419 685 534

DACHSHUND (SMOOTH HAIRED)

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

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

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

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

DARLINHART: Matt & Tanya. Visit us at www.darlinhart.com or Ph: (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

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

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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 WINTOPPI: Stud / Puppy enq: (07) 4168 7225

PEKINGESE TAOTSING: Ph: Joce (07) 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

RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK (continued) STARRIDGE: 0428 452 096 or starridgerrs.com For love of the breed call cyndy MARMATIA: Quality lines xrayed line 0409 414 050

ROTTWEILER MONTMILL: Stud/Puppy see us on FB

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

POODLE (TOY) BELLISSIMA: Quality imported lines PRA Clear (07) 4096 2367 bellissima36@bigpond.com SILKYELK: Brown/black pup/stud Pra clear www.silkyelkpoodles.com.au ph 0409 409 455 debra@silkyelk.com.au

ZENDOTAH: zendotah@live.com.au 0412 378 395 UTOPIAROTT: Enq: 0438 021 116

SALUKI ASHROSE: Frances Rieck (07) 4666 3796

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

JAYWICK: Est 1952 Sylvia (07) 5411 4685 CARVANCRIVER: J. Balan Ph: 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.co.uk AVOKAH: www.avokahlabs.com (07) 4159 9192

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

LHASA APSO KRADDOELL: Lhasa Apso Ph: 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

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

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

RHODESIAN RIDGEBACK ADBESARE: Stud and pups 0419 782 334 CHILOLO: 0410 651 756 www.chilolo.com.au

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

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

SCHNAUZER (MINIATURE) BABETAL: www.minischnauzersaust.com Phone: 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

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SHIH TZU SHUMAR: Pup and Stud Enq 0410 729 215

SIBERIAN HUSKY AUSDANSKE: Andrew Larsen. Dk Imp 0412 567 639. Email ausdanske@hotmail.com BLUEMOOSKA: Qld’s longest standing breeder. Multiple BIS / BISS dogs. Ph: (07) 5546 9768 / 0403 071 485

STAFFORDSHIRE BULL TERRIER BLUEASDA: www.blueasdastaffies.com Adrian & Alana Enq 0418 805 026 or contactus@blueasdastaffies.com KASALILLY: www.kasalillykennels.com

WELSH CORGI (PEMBROKE) CUUCHIN: Joyce Wheeler. Ph (07) 5496 9808

WELSH CORGI (CARDIGAN) MANDENE: Mandene Corgis: Stud and Puppy ENQ Ph: Julene Brady 0434 142 428

WEST HIGHLAND WHITE TERRIER TERRYWHITE: Lovely Pups (07) 5484 1988

WHIPPET

WHITE SWISS SHEPHERD COOLWHITE: Stud dog enquiries full health results avail: DM+MDR1 Clear Good Hip/Elbow Ph: 0412 460 795 Email: coolwhitekennels@yahoo.com.au

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

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

GRAU: Pat (07) 3888 1999 patjoy@bigpond.com JUNABEEZ: www.junabeez.webs.com SHALIQUE: T & K Cooney (07) 5546 3740 PIAFFE: Est 20+ years Quality imported & Aust Lines ulla@leatherwoodlodge.com Mrs U Greenwood (07) 3374 4122.

ZANZOOBLUE: Puppy and Stud enq welcome 0402 145 760

ST. BERNARD SNOMARK: All Enq. Welcome. Est 1986 0400 142 267 ann@snomarkstbernards.com LYMPNE: Allan Johnson. All enq. welcome. (07) 5445 9805. lympne@tpg.com.au

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

WEIMARANER KADMA: Carol Thompson 0418 723 989 ASHBOLT: A Williamson 0418 911 392

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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: bmsecqld1@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 Social 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

• 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 • Saint Bernard Club of Queensland.: Miss S Hannan, 4 Nixon Dr, North Booval 4304 Mob: 0438 744 277 Email: saintbernardqld@hotmail.com • 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

• Great Dane Society of Qld Inc: Mrs A. Bjornerem 22 Rokeby Crt Nerang 4211 Ph: 0402 147 602 Website secretary@greatdane.org.au

• Shetland Sheepdog Club of Qld: Miss A. Davies, 131 Alberton Road, Alberton 4207 Ph: (07) 3382 6966. Email: anndavies3@bigpond.com

• Griffon Club of Qld: Mrs J Croad, 14 Lorikeet Road Regency Downs 4341 Mob: 0419 282 176 Email secretary.griffonclubofqld@gmail.com

• Sporting Spaniel Club of Qld: Miss S. Phillips, PO Box 1393 Sunnybank Hills 4109 Ph: 0407 119 068 Email: laronaess@bigpond.com

• Hound Club of Qld.: Miss A Carius, PO Box 4107, Gumdale 4154 Ph: (07) 3245 1195 Email: ainslie_carius@health.qld.gov.au

• 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

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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• 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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• 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

• 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

• Pine Rivers Kennel Club: Mrs J Glover, PO Box 453, Caboolture 4510. Ph: 0419 663 942 Email: judy@fjweis.com

• Rockhampton Kennel Club Inc.: Mrs J Scott, PO Box 8593, Allenstown, 4700 Ph: (07) 4939 7698 Email: calstonia2@bigpond.com.au

• Queensland Kennel Council : Mr M Watt 9 Clifton Cres Durack 4077 Ph: 0466 500 624 Email: michaelwatt13@gmail.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 • 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 • Atherton Tableland Kennel Club: Mrs L Halliwell, PO Box 555, Atherton 4883 Ph: 0407 160 670 Email: lhalliwell@bigpond.com • 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 • Canine Obedience Club of Townsville: Secretary / Trial Secretary Ms W. Purdie, PO Box 991, Aitkenvale 4814 Ph: 0438 501 796 Email: secretary@coct.com.au

• Gold Coast Dog Obedience Training Club Inc: Mrs A Fulton, PO Box 143, Southport 4215 Ph: (07) 5593 7512 Email: paulfulton6@bigpond.com 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 • 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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• 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

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: Mrs L Newman Ph: 0438 076 756 Contact: Mrs B Barnes Ph: 0426 218 065 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: Ms S. Spencer Mob: 0407 735 242 Email: suespencer@iprimus.com.au YORKSHIRE TERRIER: Contact: Miss R Hunt Ph: 0400 246 987 Email: rachnut@hotmail.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 Contact: Mrs M. Keen Ph: (07) 5463 8466 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

Contact: Mr L. Perrett Ph: 0452 210 184

POODLE RESCUE:

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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

LAGOTTO ROMAGNOLO: Contact: Mrs P Wyllie Ph: (07) 4163 7288 Mob: 0400 903 303 Email: trish@lagottoqld.com

Brisbane Contact: Ms M. Lloyd Ph: 0400 248 138

BULLMASTIFF: Contact: Mrs R. Armstrong Ph: (07) 5546 8427 Mob: 0401 145 129

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

Standard Poodles: Contact: Mrs S. Graham Ph: 0417 470 542

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