An unentered dog tent will once again be provided. This is manned by Rottweiler Rescue who make a small charge and all money raised is donated to Rottweiler Rescue. The Committee urge exhibitors to make use of this facility and not leave dogs in cars.
A free prize draw for exhibitors will be held each day with generous prizes including an overnight stay with dinner, bed and breakfast at the Stone House Hotel, Sunday lunch at the Saracens Arms, on-line subscriptions to Dog World and Our Dogs Newspapers, a free photograph provided by Alan Walker and Alan Seymour, Dog World and Our Dogs photographer respectively, plus numerous other vouchers and prizes.
Free tea, coffee and cakes will be served around the Best in Show ring every evening when group judging is taking place.
The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme Bronze Award testing will be carried out each day. A fee of £2 per dog is charged with all proceeds donated to the Kennel Club Charitable Trust. The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme Stakes are also scheduled with prize money donated by the Kennel Club £50 first; £25 second; £15 third; £10 reserve and £5 VHC.
Christina Chapman will be holding training sessions each day these include Critique Writing – Thursday 5th May; Stewarding – Friday 6th May; Requirements of a Dog Show – Saturday 7th May and Conformation & Movement – Sunday 8th May.
Once again John Goodyear BVMS, MRCVS, CertVOphtal, the Show Veterinery Surgeon, will be offering Eye Testing Sessions and Microchipping.
Chances to Learn Seminars held each day;
Good Citizen Dog Scheme Tests held each day;
The YKC are organising YKC Handling Training at the 2016 Show
Generous prize money in all stake classes;
Entry fees for the 2016 Show remain unchanged and car parking is free.