Savory treats for your dog

Candy's Favorite Cheesy Dog Biscuits 1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour 1 1/4 cups grated cheddar cheese 100g margarine -- corn oil 1 pinch salt 1/4 cup Milk -- or as needed Grate the cheese into a bowl. Cream the cheese with the softened margarine, salt and flour. Add enough milk to bind together to form into a ball. Chill for 30 mins roll out onto a floured service and cut into shapes. Bake in a pre-heated oven at 375 for 15mins or slightly brown and firm. Bacon Bites 3 cups whole wheat flour 1/2 cup milk 1 egg 1/4 cup bacon grease -- or vegetable oil 4 slices cooked bacon -- crumbled 1/2 cup cold water Mix ingredients together thoroughly. Roll out on a floured surface to 1/2 - 1/4" thickness. Bake for 35 to40 mins in a pre-heated oven.
Read more about Savory treats for your dog
  • 0

Irish Terrier-ist attacked by a wild boar

Irish Terrier-ist attacked by a wild boar in Luberon Mountains and receives multiple breaks to his right hind leg. At 6am on tuesday 6th July 2010 while walking in the forest behind Chateau de Sade, Logic Hotch-It happens on a litter of wild boar ( Sanglier ) piglets. The hunting season being closed was no deterrent for a feisty terrier who despite being a vegetarian ( as his owners ) made no concessions for the abundant signs " Chasse Interdit ". ( Hunting Forbidden ). Both the boar and sow had a different attitude and Logic Hotch-it's blatant disregard for Ignoring the protocol, has cost both he and his owners dearly. Hotch-it will be out of commission for one month and the uninsured incident coast Finn Mac Eoin ( authour of Two Suitcases And A Dog ) 850 Euro's.
Read more about Irish Terrier-ist attacked by a wild boar
  • 1

Lungworm is your dog at risk?

Unfortunately in the last few months in Ireland many Veterinary Surgeons have reported a high increase in Lungworm disease. Owners should be aware of this and make sure their dogs do not eat slugs, snails or frogs either on purpose or by accident. Also owners are warned if they do feed their dogs out of doors, do make sure to wash the dogs dishes well and remove any snail that my have got into them. Also check toys, that are left outside they too could be harbouring slugs or snails. To read more about Lungworm disease go to ..... http://www.barrieranimalcareclinic.co.uk/lungworm.htm
Read more about Lungworm is your dog at risk?
  • 0

All Ireland Toy Group Ch Show July10th

The All Ireland Toy Group Championship Show was held yesterday in Ferry House, Clonmel.  The weather was rather unkind so the committee headed by secretary Linda Mills had to make some changes to their plans for a complete outdoor show and move indoors. The judging panel were all Irish coming from Dublin Mick & Elaine Drennan and Stephen Minogue and Antrim based Annie Cochrane all who had drawn a nice entry . The honour of judging BIS fell upon Stephen Minogue one of Irelands top handlers and very well known for his Rokemin Bulldogs & Shiba Inus and now regularly handling his sisters Siobhan's CKCS to top honours. Stephen awarded BIS to the charming and confident  little Long Coated Chihuahua  Ashaka French Kiss, owned by Marie Thorpe and res BIS to the St Poodle Ch Afterglow Flashing Blade for Valintine, owned by the partnership of Coughlan, Burns & Lynn. BPIS was awarded to the Roscommon based  Shit Tzu Belliver Don't Stop Believing with Plenard, very …
Read more about All Ireland Toy Group Ch Show July10th
  • 0

Excerpts taken from the Dog Breeding Establishments Bill 2009 [Seanad]: Friday 02-07-2010

The new fees will vary in accordance with the number of breeding bitches so as to reflect the size and scale of the operation, as recommended by the working group. To that end the appropriate fee bands will be as follows: in the case of a dog breeding establishment at which six to 18 eligible bitches are kept, €400; for 19 to 30 bitches, €800; for 31 to 100 bitches, €1,600; for 101 to 200 bitches, €3,000; and a further €1,600 for each 100 bitches thereafter. The fee will be payable to the local authority and the moneys raised are intended to cover the costs of regulation and inspection. Any remaining balance will be spent on dog control in general. The fees can be hardly considered excessive when set against the income stream from the number of breeding bitches. For example, a premises with 12 breeding bitches might conservatively be expected to produce nine litters per annum of six pups each, resulting in 54 pups. A search on the Internet will show a healthy range of prices…
Read more about Excerpts taken from the Dog Breeding Establishments Bill 2009 [Seanad]: Friday 02-07-2010
  • 2

IRISH LADIES KENNEL ASSOCIATION

Yesterday was Independence Day in the US, and we are sure all our American friends celebrated in style. The committee of  the ILKA were also celebrating the excellent entry of over 1100 dogs they had received for their Championship Show held in the National Show centre, Cloghran, Co Dublin. The ILKA committee had invited a  good mix of both overseas judges and well known Irish judges. The good-sized  rings were well laid out and the centre piece was a beautifully decorated Best in Show ring. There was ample space for tenting, which was quickly filled up. Now it's nearly obligatory for Irish dog show exhibitors to have their tent for grooming etc. Unfortunately, the weather proved the forecasters right and was very mixed, starting dry but chilly, then getting warm but with heavy showers of rain and gusty winds, the changing weather proved too much for some exhibitors and they requested the respective breeds to move indoors for judging, It was very nice to see a new face judgin…
Read more about IRISH LADIES KENNEL ASSOCIATION
  • 0

Pet Expo 2010

Just a quick line to thank all the people that swung by our stand at Pet Expo 2010 at the W/E We had some very interesting conversations with members of the public, representatives from the Irish Kennel Club, and other trade stand holders, and will be keeping in touch with a lot of the same. From our perspective, the Expo enabled us to reach out to a lot of people, all genuine pet lovers, and advise the thinking and reasoning for setting up our web site. As we advised everybody that visited us, please keep an eye on our site for further developments, and we really appreciate any feedback / comments or indeed suggestions you may have, so we can continue to improve our service through the web site. Enjoy the rest of the summer Paul Barry Pedigreedogs.ie
Read more about Pet Expo 2010
  • 0

Pet Expo 2010

We are delighted to announce that Pedigreedogs.ie will be attending this years Pet Expo as an exhibitor Now in its 4th year, Pet Expo 2010 returns to the RDS, Dublin, as a 3-day consumer show open to the animal loving public with a wider variety of pets, pet products, service providers, entertainers, clubs and organisations that cater to pets. Pet Expo 2010 will be taking place on Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th July 2010. Please feel free to swing by on any of the days for a chat, and for more information in relation to our web site.
Read more about Pet Expo 2010
  • 0

We are told to vaccinate our dogs and cats every year !!!

We are told to vaccinate our dogs and cats every year. This is not necessary, but it can be harmful. After years of writing to the British government and the government's licensing authority (the Veterinary Medicines Directorate), Canine Health Concern and over 100 vets/pet owners called for the withdrawal of one-year dog and cat vaccines. Annual shots are unnecessary, and they are causing harm. Who says so? (more…)
Read more about We are told to vaccinate our dogs and cats every year !!!
  • 4

Mary Arundel

It was with great sadness on Sunday AM that we learned of the passing away of a close friend of ours. Mary Arundel had been involved in the world of Dog Shows for many years, and was a true Dachshund enthusiast. It was fitting that we received the news whilst seated around the Dachshund ring at Deise Championship Show. When we first started showing about 7 years ago, it was Mary that made us feel most welcome around the Dachshund ring, and we soon struck up a friendship. Mary was devoted to her Dogs, Rocco, Spiro, Indie and Ruby and in return for what must have been like living in doggie paradise, they brought her many years of happiness. I blogged recently about sportsmanship, the lack of it, in the world of Dog Shows, and can safely say that we could all take a leaf out of Mary's book in relation to the same. Mary had some fantastic dogs, of exceptional breeding, but no matter what grading or result was handed out by the judge, she always walked out of the ring wi…
Read more about Mary Arundel
  • 4

Deise All Breed Championship Show

Tramore Racecourse was the venue to-day for Deise All Breed Championship Show. The morning started with some heavy rain showers but by the time judging began the sun was starting to shine and this super summer sunshine continued all day. Despite the sun there was a chilly wind at times which made the day enjoyable for man and dog. The rings were laid out on the tarmac but the surrounding grassy area were used as tenting areas so the show had a very homely pleasant feeling as exhibitors and their dogs could relax. The show also had an excellent restaurant and the ice-cream van did a roaring business Best in show judge to-day was Limerick man Mr Jimmy Byrne, very well know in Staffordshire Bull Terriers where for many year he has exhibited his dogs under the Lackyle affix. To-day Deise entry was just under 1100 and when Mr Byrne entered the BIS to make the final decisions, he had 10 top class dogs to choose from. When Mr Byrne awarded the big rosette it was to newcomer to top hon…
Read more about Deise All Breed Championship Show
  • 0

Kilkenny All Breed Dog Show

Kilkenny All Breed Dog Show was held in the Hub Centre just outside the town of Kilkenny to-day. Although all outdoor, the rings were laid out on tarmac. They were spacious with ample room between them for people to set up their chairs, tables etc. Just as judging was about to begin, there was a light shower of rain, but the black cloud cleared quickly and lovely summer weather followed, but still a nice wind was around to keep man and dog nicely refreshed. The Hub is an excellent centre, with both outdoor and indoor facilities with an good restaurant and bar. To-day at the Hub too there was a market with a host of stalls selling everything from tools to toys, cosmetics etc. It was a nice diversion for dog show folk and some good bargains were to be had. Also the market attracted some local Kilkenny folk to visit the dog show too, so all  in all the day was a relaxed affair, enjoyed by all. Best in Show was judged in the large indoor ring, beautifully laid out surrounded…
Read more about Kilkenny All Breed Dog Show
  • 0

World Dog Show Denmark

Yesterday seen the start of competition re the 2010 World Dog Show in Denmark, with 19354 dogs entered, its amazing to think of so many top class dogs gathered in one place Herning which is in the north of Jutland..... www.worlddogshow2010.dk Entries for the show have come from all over Europe the US, South America and even further a field. A good number of Irish exhibitors have travelled with dogs over to the show. Some folk have already been exhibiting at other shows in Sweden last week-end and are now enjoying a few well earned relaxing days before what should be 4 very hectic and exciting days at the World show. As well as regular dog showing activities the Danish Kennel Club are putting on a host of dog related activities and performances. There will be a super display of heel- work to music in the centre ring, so really something to keep everyone entertained. Good luck to all the Irish exhibitors attending.
Read more about World Dog Show Denmark
  • 0

Munster Agricultural Society All Breed Open Dog Show

On what must have been one of the hottest days in Cork this year the Irish Kennel Cub affiliated, Munster Agricultural Society All Breed Open Dog Show, was hosted Yesterday on the last day of their 3 day event The Cork Summer Show, at Greenfields, Ballincollig, Co. Cork 3 large rings were laid on by the organizing committee for the exhibitors and dogs, whom entered under experienced judges, June Bollard and Carla Bollard-O'Callaghan from Cork and John Coffey from Killarney June Bollard was centre stage when the nine group winners came into the best in show ring, and top dog on the day was awarded to Tim Herlihy's whippet Keilbar Dreamer, a result that pleased the sizeable crowd that had gathered around the rings throughout the day I am sure that the committee are extremely happy with the overall results, on this their first show for many years held under IKC rules, and I am sure that next years show will be an even bigger success, if today's standards are anything to go by.
Read more about Munster Agricultural Society All Breed Open Dog Show
  • 0

Swords & District Canine Society

The sun really shone down at the National Show Centre yesterday for Swords & District Canine Society All breed Championship show generously sponsored by Royal Canin. A very big compliment must be paid to the hard working committee headed by Secretary Philip Behan for having the spacious rings so well laid out and the venue looking spectacularly smart and very welcoming for the judging panel, practically all from overseas. Although this year "Swords" was not an International show it stilll attracted an entry with over 1600 dogs   -  a superb achievement. By 4.30 it was time to call for Best In Show. The judge for this was Mr D Smith from the UK. He had a wonderful line up of the 10 group-winning dogs. Mr Smith quickly shortlisted his favourite 4 dogs and then placed in BIS top spot, the already multi BIS-winning Border Collie, representing group 1 to-day, Sh Ch/GB Sh Ch Tonkory Move Over To Huntley AnCh'08/JCH/CW'08. Owned by Mr/Mrs D Connolly and Mrs K Gregory. For res B…
Read more about Swords & District Canine Society
  • 0

Did you Know…?

Whilst continuing to read Two Suitcases & A Dog by Finnbar Mac Eoin (Sunday's Blog) I discovered that an Irish man was one of the founding members of the RSPCA. "It was Richard Martin, 1754-1834, born in Dublin, died in Boulogne-sur-Mer, one of the founding members of the RSPCA. Martin was a barrister and also a member of parliament for Galway in 1822. It was Martin who introduced the legislation to the House of Commons for the protection of animals. He had brought many prosecutions before the courts, but the first and most famous was a case against Bill Burns for his mistreatment of a Donkey. The magistrates were reluctant to charge Burns as the evidence was only hearsay, but Martin was having none of that, so he went and got the donkey and brought him into the courtroom to show the judges the scars. Burns was duly fined and this set the precedent for what is today international law. At the head office of the RSPCA in Horsham, West Sussex, the original painting o…
Read more about Did you Know…?
  • 0

Cork Summer Show 2010 – 18/19/20th June

Stroll around, relax and enjoy the magnificent atmosphere of Cork Summer Show. There are a vast range of Activities for Children to Enjoy such as Face Paining, Clowns, Balloon Modelling, Bouncy Castles, Fun Fair, School Art Competitions, and of course loads of animals. There is something for everyone at Cork summer Show. A perfect day out for all the family. This is family-orientated entertainment at its Best. Lots of Giveaways such as Food hampers, Beauty hampers, Spa treatments, Jewellery vouchers, Clothes vouchers, Garden strimmers,  and much more...
Read more about Cork Summer Show 2010 – 18/19/20th June
  • 0

Search and Rescue Dog Association (Ireland North)

Search and Rescue Dog Association (Ireland North) needs your vote this week as it goes head to head with other Lottery-funded projects from across the UK in the semi-finals of The National Lottery Awards 2010. SARDA(IN) is one of only 10 projects to make it through in the Best Voluntary/Charity Project category of The National Lottery Awards, which are an annual search to find the UK’s favourite Lottery-funded projects. All the projects in the running have already received Lottery funding and the Awards celebrate how they have put that money to good use. Dog-lovers are being urged to show their support by casting a vote to help SARDA(IN) make it through to the final stage. (more…)
Read more about Search and Rescue Dog Association (Ireland North)
  • 0

Two Suitcases & A Dog

Two Suitcases & A Dog I am just back from a fabulous weeks holiday in Provence. This was my first trip to France after many years of putting it off. Our first port of call was the beautiful village of Lourmarin, which in is Provence. One morning while my wife Josephine was on her way back from the bakery, she spotted a lovely Irish Terrier being walked in her direction. She addressed the lovely lady in her broken French and discovered that she was in fact from New Zealand, and found out that she was married to an Irish Man from Mallow Co. Cork, and that they had been living in France for many years and were now based in Lacoste. Shortly afterwards we both went in search of the Irish Terrier, and as the village was so small we quickly found him. Caron then called her husband Finn and we all met for a coffee in the village square. It transpired that he was a writer and had recently self published the book "Two Suitcases & A Dog" I read the first four chapte…
Read more about Two Suitcases & A Dog
  • 0

Cork & District All Breed Ch Show

The second All Breed Ch Show of the Cork  Canine Festival week-end, the Cork & District Show took place at its usual venue Inniscarra Community Centre yesterday. Most exhibitors stayed over for  yesterdays show and coincidently 2  of the 4 highest placed dog from Saturday won their respected Groups again.     Yesterdays BIS judge was Mr D Kavanagh,  awarded another BIS  following on his Saturdays triump too the Group 8 winner the American Cocker Spaniel, AmCh/GBCh/Ch San Jo’s Born To Party  An Ch ‘07/’08, CW 08/09′08 ‘07 CW 08 ,09  owned Mrs M & Miss M Boardman. Res BIS was awarded to the locally based and US bred Old English Sheepdog and Group 1 winner Ch/AmCh Lambluv's Live The Dream  AN.CH.09.CW.09.EU.W.09  owned by Mr & Mrs C Hastings. Awarded  3rd place was the  Group 5 winner the Siberian Husky Ch/ Int Ch Leorient Artic Blue Lady An Ch '09CW'10  owned by Mr J  Duggan . And standing again in the 4th place, was the Beagle and the winner of Group 6 , …
Read more about Cork & District All Breed Ch Show
  • 0

Munster Spitz & Primitive Breeds Ch Show

It was very nice for exhibitors involved with breeds in Group 5 to have 2 shows  yesterday. At the Munster Spitz & Primitive Breeds Ch Show BIS judge Mr C Hastings awarded the big rosette to Mr S Carroll & Mr J Newman's Pomeranian Belliver Unexpected Connection Res BIS to the Siberian Husky CH & INT CH Leorient Artic Blue Lady An Ch'09 owned by Mr J Duggan. 3rd place to the US import American Akita Ch Danti's Living Legend by Stecal Am Ch '09 AOM owned by Mr K, MissF & C Mr D Venezia, Bevis & Miele. And in 4 th place to the recendly imported from Norway Keeshound owned Mr & Mrs B Carroll's Artic Best Kept Secret. Congratulations to all the very proud and happy owners, spcecial congrats to Sean & James, with yet again another BIS winning Pomeranian.
Read more about Munster Spitz & Primitive Breeds Ch Show
  • 0

Shar-Pei & Tacking..

"The helpline has been busy and the numbers of new owners seeking help with their new puppies seems to be increasing. Sadly this doesn’t reflect too well on some of the breeders, who often seem unable or unwilling to help and simply refer the hapless and worried owners to the helplines. Some vets too continue to show their ignorance of the breed by giving bad advice and making things worse for the dogs rather than better. "One choice case was of a first-time breeder who had one puppy whose eyes had opened but at four weeks had progressively closed and clearly needed tacking. Their vet agreed but pronounced that the puppy needed to be ten weeks old before they would tack. However the case would be that after ten weeks of discomfort this poor puppy would need more than a simple tack. "Luckily, the breeder was put in touch with a Shar-Pei-friendly vet via the stud’s owners and a simple tack done immediately has now led to a happy puppy with no sight problems at all. It woul…
Read more about Shar-Pei & Tacking..
  • 0

Pet Expo 2010

We are delighted to announce that Pedigreedogs.ie will be attending this years Pet Expo as an exhibitor Now in its 4th year, Pet Expo 2010 returns to the RDS, Dublin, as a 3-day consumer show open to the animal loving public with a wider variety of pets, pet products, service providers, entertainers, clubs and organisations that cater to pets. Pet Expo 2010 will be taking place on Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th July 2010. Please feel free to swing by on any of the days for a chat, and for more information in relation to our web site.
Read more about Pet Expo 2010
  • 0

Dog Judge fined for poor ring manner

ANDREW BRACE, one of the UK’s top all-round judges, has been warned and fined £300 over the nature of his judging of Border collies at Blackpool last year. Following the judging, many people watched the video of Mr Brace on YouTube, and many more commented on an apparent lack of interest in the exhibits. Several complaints were lodged with the Kennel Club. At its meeting in February, the General Committee considered these objections and subsequently upheld them. The Committee said it ‘was particularly disturbed by Mr brace’s cursory nature of examination of exhibits and his disinterested, detached and offhand manner towards exhibitors.’ He was found to be in breach of Regulation F9 - failing to maintain and abide by the highest standards in accordance with KC Rules and regulations and the Code of Best Practice for Judges
Read more about Dog Judge fined for poor ring manner
  • 0

Cork Canine Festival 2010 – Saturday June 5th (11am – 5:30pm)

Cork Canine Festival 2010 - Saturday June 5th (11am - 5:30pm) Being held at the Cork Co-Operative Marts New Venue & Conference Centre, Corrin near Fermoy The festival is being promoted by : Munster Canine Association Hon. Secretary - Kay Marret & Group 9 Spitz & Primitive Breeds Association Hon. Secretary - Andrew Mulcahy Have A Wonderful Family Day At The Dogs! One charge of €10 for car park and all the family See over 160 dog breeds at the Munster Canine All Breeds Championship Show & the Spitz and Primitive Breeds Association Championship Show - Dog entertainment events will take place at the venue - Have you a performing dog? Would you like your dog to perform at this festival? Check out our site.www.corkcaninefestival.com - Trade stands offering specialised canine equipment - Main Group Judging starting at 2pm Best in Show at 5:30pm(approx)
Read more about Cork Canine Festival 2010 – Saturday June 5th (11am – 5:30pm)
  • 0

Dog Show Sportsmanship Checklist:

“Sports do not build character, they reveal it.” Heywood Hale Broun Thanks to Carol Boyd whom posted this on her Facebook page. AKC Judge Dr. Harry Smith Jr. was once asked, “What things tend to irritate you when judging?” He responded, “It takes a lot to get me irritated in the ring when I am judging. When I do, it's usually because one of the exhibitors has been a poor sport. None of us are infallible. We do our best to render excellent judgments. When, in the eye of an exhibitor, we do not do what they think is correct, they must be a good sport about it, and go far away from the ring before they explode! Good sportsmanship is the strongest part of our dog show sport.” (more…)
Read more about Dog Show Sportsmanship Checklist:
  • 0

Dogs and To Train or not to Train? Dog Training

Dog Training To Train or not to Train? By Liz Mahony, Dog trainer, Pet Behaviourist & Holistic Therapist for all animals When I first started dog training classes and agility for dogs of all ages and experiences, I imagined that the agility classes would generate the most popular response to my poster advertisement. Now a few months down the road, I've come to realise that this isn't the case at all. In fact, I've found that most people want and need to know how to teach the basic commands. And that has been a huge surprise for me. Either that or they have some major issue that needs straightening out, such as socialisation. These last few months have been a revelation but also very heartening that so many people want to do the best for their dogs. I've a saying which I use all the time: "What you put in is what you get out" This could apply to most things in life but it is extremely relevant with regards to dogs and owners. If people practice just for a few mi…
Read more about Dogs and To Train or not to Train? Dog Training
  • 0

Hibernian All Breed Championship Show

We had Hibernian All Breed Championship Show {under IKC rules} yesterday in the National Show Center, Cloghran. The show was laid out nicely, indoors and out doors, with ample sized rings for most breeds. The sun shone most of the day and temperatures were a little warmer than of late, so it was good to see the tents popping up again around the rings and folk enjoying out door picnics and relaxing, and feeling the sun on their backs. Hopefully yesterday good weather will be the start of a trend for good weather for our shows for the up-coming summer season. The Best in show judge was the ever charming Mr Michael Forte, who found two new dogs to high honors to place BIS and res BIS. The big rosette for BIS was awarded to the winner of Group 2 the Doberman Pincher Tuwos Ferando Torres {owned by Miss SR & Messers B&JO Rourke & Henderson} and handled by Billy Henderson. Res BIS was awarded to the Group 7 winner, the Irish Setter Glennara Coer De Lion owned by Ms Barty K…
Read more about Hibernian All Breed Championship Show
  • 0

Dog Breeding Establishments Bill 2009: Discussion with Canine Breeders of Ireland.

Parliamentary DebateTuesday 30-03-2010 Mr. David Hamilton(CBI): I thank the Chairman. My presentation is on the Canine Breeders of Ireland, CBI, and its role in the industry. With over 600 members representing an industry estimated to be worth over €300 million annually to the economy, we consider ourselves the largest organisation of our kind. At present our membership is mostly made up of commercial dog breeding establishments. We have been overwhelmed by the interest from breeders, politicians and the media and we hope to launch our website in the very near future. This is expected to boost membership significantly and to bring up many more topics about which breeders are concerned. We intend to use the CBI to promote a code of ethics which members must abide by and, through engagement with dog breeders, we will improve our industry and make it more open and acceptable to the public. Currently, if a dog breeder wishes to become a full member of the CBI he or she must h…
Read more about Dog Breeding Establishments Bill 2009: Discussion with Canine Breeders of Ireland.
  • 1

Bray Dog Show, Showentryireland, Technology & The Irish Kennel Club

On yesterday's Blog we featured the up-coming Bray Dog Show. Many may have missed the fact that there now is a second Irish on-line website handling dog show entries. The name, www.showentryireland.com is very similar to the exisiting on line entry service, www.dogshowentry.ie, . Do be aware of this if you are planning to enter Bray or any other up-coming shows. So technology is most certainly changing the face of the dog show world. Everything these days seems to have a presence on the internet, and with the recent release of the Irish Kennel Club's Mission Statement, I wonder how long it will be before we have on line Dog registrations ?
Read more about Bray Dog Show, Showentryireland, Technology & The Irish Kennel Club
  • 0

Bray Dog Show New Venue

New Venue for Bray Show. Bray & District Canine Club All Breed Championship Show will be held on Saturday July 3rd 2010 at a new venue Wicklow Rugby Club, Ashdown Lane, Wicklow, Co Wicklow. Entries close 4th June {postmark}  enter on line at www.showentryireland.com.   Online entries close at midnight on June 7th 2010. Show Secretary Mr N White, Abberann, Drumbawn, Greystones, Co Wicklow. Ph 01 4433628 Fax 01 4370700. Above show is held under licence of Irish Kennel Club (IKC)
Read more about Bray Dog Show New Venue
  • 0