Companion Dog Show by kind permission of the Kennel Club
Rosettes are awarded for first five in each class.
Entries 12pm until 1:30pm on the day.
Fee: £3 pedigree classes, £2 novelty classes
Judging (separate rings) from 2pm.
1. Best Puppy
any variety 6-12 months
2. Best Sporting
3. Best Non Sporting
any variety of pedigree dog or puppy
Best in Show
is then judged from class 1-4< winners/h6>
5. Best Condition
6. Best Child Handling (10 - 16 yrs)
7. Best Veteran (8 years plus)
8. Best Crossbreed
9. Handsomest dog
10. Prettiest bitch
11. Best rescue
12. Best Sausage Catcher
13. Dog the Judge Would Most Like to Take Home
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity and centre of excellence in training hearing dogs to alert deaf people to everyday household sounds and danger signals in the home, work place and in public buildings.
Hearing Dogs was launched at the world famous Crufts dog show in 1982.
Since then 1,600 life-changing partnerships between deaf people and hearing dogs in the UK have been created. There are currently over 750 working partnerships in the country.
The West End Show runs a Companion Dog Show by kind permission of The Kennel Club every year for pedigree and novelty classes. As part of our fundraising to organise the Show we are able to make donations to associated and local charities and good causes and, each year, we are delighted to support Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. The Show Committee is honoured once again to sponsor a puppy and we'll be following the progress of Indiana, a golden Cocker Spaniel through his training until he begins his role as a companion to a deaf person.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People will be represented at the Show, so we hope you will show them your support.