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|Hub City Kennel & Obedience Club |
May 01, 2015 - May 03, 2015
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Indoor)
Description: 3 All Breed Shows / 4 Obedience Trials / 3 Rally Obedience Trials
Address: 503 Ruth Street West, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7J 0S6
Closing Date: Monday, April 13, 2015 @ 9:00 p.m. CST
Friday, May 01
Saturday, May 02
Sunday, May 03
Friday, May 01 (Obedience Trial 1)
Saturday, May 02 (Obedience Trial 2)
Sunday, May 03 (Obedience Trial 3)
Sunday, May 03 (Obedience Trial 4)
Friday, May 01 (Rally Trial 1)
Saturday, May 02 (Rally Trial 2)
Saturday, May 02 (Rally Trial 3)
Conformation - Rick Fehler (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Conformation - William (Sandy) Gunn (Ontario, Canada)
Conformation - John Rowton (Oregon, USA)
Obedience - Bruce Fraser (British Columbia, Canada)
Obedience - Lionel Whittaker (Alberta, Canada)
Rally Obedience - Bruce Fraser (British Columbia, Canada)
Rally Obedience - Lionel Whittaker (Alberta, Canada)
Conformation - Linda Kraft (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Forms & Links
Benching Space Reservation
RV Parking Reservation
421 - 112th Street
Saskatoon, SK S7N 1V7
Saskatoon Area Shetland Sheepdog Association - Specialty Show for Shetland Sheepdogs
Saskatoon Working & Herding Dog Association - Specialty Show for Group 3 (Working) & Group 7 (Herding)
Sunday at 12:00 noon. Register between 10:00 â€“ 11:00 a.m.
Booster for Coton de Tulear.
Obedience & Rally Mat Time / Conformation Show N Go
Hub City Kennel & Obedience Club is hosting the Obedience & Rally Mat Time. Registration starts at 6:00PM - 9:00PM. $10.00 per dog. Note: No Rally signs or course will be provided.
The Saskatoon Area Shetland Sheepdog Association will host the Conformation Show & Go. Starting at 6:00PM â€“ 9:00PM. $10.00 per dog in Ring 3.
Judging Panel Change
Due to an overload on Friday May 1st, Linda Kraft will be judging Group 1 (excluding Golden Retrievers) and Group 5.
|Dog Name||GChS Alderglen Siren Song|
|Breed||Cavalier King Charles Spaniel|
Featured LinksThe Canadian Kennel Club
- The Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) is the primary registry body for purebred dogs in Canada and currently recognizes 187 breeds.
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- Adding a new member to your family can be an exciting and patience-trying experience. Before contacting potential breeders, visit CKC’s Finding an Accountable Breeder page for a list of key tips to help you find the right breeder for you.
- Barry Truax's Top Dog stats for 1988 - 2007 plus Terriers up to 2017.
- Contact the CDJA to offer Ringside Mentoring & Breed Presentations
- A Canada wide initiative by dedicated enthusiasts, designed to promote the benefits of purebred dog ownership.
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