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Home » July 31st, 2020 Entries posted on “July, 2020”

Columbiana County Kennel Club – Friday, July 31, 2020

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  Show Name: Columbiana County Kennel Club Location: Canfield, OH Show Date: Friday, July 31, 2020 Total Entry: 3542 Best In Show Judge: Mrs. Vicki Seiler-Cushman Show Photographer(s): JC Photo • Phone: (201) 772-5014 Kurtis Photo • Website: www.KurtisPhotography.com Dog Reg: GCH Pequest Wasabi [Dog] Breed: Pekingese Handler: David Fitzpatrick Owner: S Middlebrooks, P Steinman, [...]

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in All Breed Show Results | Read More »

Table Talk Live Chats with Holley Eldred

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Holley Eldred visits with Deb Cooper at the Steel Valley Cluster! Click here to watch on Canine Chronicle TV!

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in Featured,Videos | Read More »

Working Group Win – Steel Valley Cluster Show, July 31, 2020

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Table Talk Live chats with the Working Group Winners, Michael Shepherd & Wilma from Friday’s Steel Valley Cluster Show.

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in Featured,Videos | Read More »

Phil Thomas – Steel Valley Cluster Chair

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Table Talk Live caught up with Phil Thomas, Steel Valley Cluster Chair. Phil Thomas – Steel Valley Cluster Chair, Click here to watch on Canine Chronicle TV!

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in Featured,Videos | Read More »

Keith Bailey at Canfield 2020

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Table Talk Live caught up with Keith Bailey at the Steel Valley Cluster 2020 in Canfield. Click here to watch on Canine Chronicle TV!

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in Featured,Videos | Read More »

Vendors for Crom: Canfield 2020

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Deb Cooper and Elizabeth Salewsky look for vendors to take Crom shopping at the Steel Valley cluster.
Click here to watch on Canine Chronicle TV!

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in Featured,Videos | Read More »

BlueRose Kennels Presents How to Make Bait

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BlueRose Kennels Presents How to Make Bait. The BlueRose Kennels video series provides useful tips, tricks, tutorials and product reviews for the dog show community as well as all dog lovers who want to learn something new.

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in Featured,Videos | Read More »

Arkansas: Governor’s Order Establishes Certain COVID-19 Liability Protections During Current Health Emergency

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An executive order signed in June by Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson extends certain liability protections to businesses that open or remain open during the COVID-19 health emergency.  Among other provisions, persons and their employees, agents, and officers shall be immune from civil liability for damages or injuries resulting from exposure to COVID-19 on the premises, or during [...]

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in Breaking News | Read More »

Show Cancellation: 2020 Turkey Cluster

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Due to ongoing concerns with our ability to meet all of the COVID19 safety protocols for indoor AKC Conformation Shows, Catoctin Kennel Club and Upper Marlboro Kennel Club have made the painful decision to cancel the Turkey Cluster in November 2020 at the Howard County Fairgrounds.  A huge thank you to the members of the [...]

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in Breaking News | Read More »

Judging Can Be A Risky Business Sometimes

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All dog judging poses risks. Especially judging field events, as I learned on numerous occasions during the 15 or so years that I judged all three types of hunt tests although even in such sedate and highly controlled worlds as the show ring or at performance events there are perils. Judges are always at the mercy of the elements at field events or outdoor shows and it is almost always too hot, too cold, too rainy, too windy or too snowy for comfort. It is frequently necessary to deal with irate handlers or owners in the field or at performance events who are incensed because you failed to give their dog a qualifying score even though the dog’s performance was light years away from the minimally accepted standards for that event or in the show ring, because their dog wasn’t the winner. It is always necessary, particularly at field events, to make the test run smoothly and fairly for all dogs which means being something of a diplomat because of the need to try to keep everyone, including your staff, happy and as comfortable as possible. If your staff is unhappy, they can sabotage the most beautifully designed test or test site and the success or failure of a test design is always ultimately the judge’s responsibility.

July 31st, 2020 | Posted in Current Articles,Featured | Read More »

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