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You will find no other more loving, more loyal and more merry than the Cocker Spaniel. They truly are a breed that fill the hearts and homes of many. All are welcome to come and attend the event and see our wonderful breed in action. For more details visit www. The versatility of the Cocker Spaniel is wide. Grooming is a very important part in owning a Cocker Spaniel. It is neither difficult nor laborious if done regularly.
Due to the long floppy ears, it is important that the hair around this area is kept short to allow as much airflow as possible. Another area to keep short is the hair around their feet. If left to grow too long it will cover the pads on the dog and it will lose its ability to hold traction on hard surfaces which may result in long term injuries to the dog. Track and Search Grand Champion T. The little fluffy ball of black and white wool with a curly tail, flew to Queensland at the tender age of nine weeks to begin life in her new home near Samford, with the Bickerton family and a couple of Shetland Sheepdogs and two cats, as well as several Rhodesian Ridgebacks, as companions.
She was allowed a mere three weeks to settle into the family before she commenced her tracking career. She gained her first tracking qualification at 10 months with her next one two weeks later. By the age of 12 months she had her Tracking Dog title. The following year was the time that Dizzi discovered that she was a Cocker Spaniel, and quail were thick on the ground.
This was the year when we started a very different type of tracking, Tracks had now gone from country paddocks, to city parks, but Dizzi took the three tests for her TSD Title in her stride. Not being a dog who lived in the city, it took her until Easter, to obtain the rest of the 10 qualifications needed in Track and Search, to become a Grand Champion. Her final test comprised a 1, metre track in the northern suburbs of Brisbane, three hours after the track had been laid at pm, during which the tracklayer travelled metres in a car.
Thank you, Tiki. She is also the first dog in SE Queensland to become a Grand Champion, joining the three all Gundogs from Rockhampton, with this prestigious title. Continued from page 29 There have been many downs, as well as ups along the way, and we have travelled many kilometres up and down Queensland to get there, tracking in different towns and under very different conditions.
Dizzi and her personal slaves have had some wonderful experiences in their time together and made a lot of friends in the tracking world both human and canine. She is a self-opinionated little dog, who has very definite ideas of her own. She thoroughly enjoys tracking, which allows her mostly to do her own thing and, so far as she is concerned, the camping part of it is definitely a bonus - everybody spoils her! There have been many downs, as well as ups along the way, and we have travelled many kilometres up and down Queensland to get there, tracking in different towns and under very different conditions.
After many years of owning Rhodesian Ridgebacks and Shetland Sheepdogs, she's a breath of fresh air and I adore her! Our sincere thanks to all those Judges over the years who have put up with us and seen fit to grant us qualifications. Her parents have Agility and Jumping Titles to their credit, as well as being Show Champions, and this indicates what a versatile breed the American Cocker Spaniel is. It has the added bonus of not shedding hair, but as you can see from the photos, I have opted to clip her as long hair in rural paddocks is not the easiest thing to deal with.
Dog World Column, August embers in Zone 2 are enjoying the slightly cooler weather this time of year and we have a lot of events for those who are looking for something to do. There are a few significant events occurring during August which many Zone 2 members will be attending. Safe travels to all Zone 2 members attending these events. New State Government Legislation Members in Zone 2 should now be aware of the State Government's new legislative amendments requiring breeders supplying puppies to be registered on a State Government registry. Dogs Queensland has liaised with the Government from the early stages of the development and progress of this legislation and has been recognised as an Approved Entity.
This means that, rather than our members having to register as a breeder on the State registry and receive a supply number, their details are supplied and managed by Dogs Queensland as long as they have provided their consent, and they will use their Dogs Queensland breeder number usually their membership as the supply number. Member can access the database online and check if they have been registered. If not, it is strongly advised that they contact Dogs Queensland to confirm if there are any issues. The requirements of the legislation are designed to enable tracking of breeders of dogs and primarily relies upon the advertising of the supply number.
Dogs Queensland members have been doing this for many years as part of our Rules, so there are few changes for our members. Many of our members attend Agricultural Society Shows and these are generally very enjoyable events where we can relax and also integrate with the general public who are usually very interested in what is happening.
Following some of the commentary on social media, it has been identified that some clashes have crept into the Show calendar which have meant that events have not always been able to be as well patronised as they may be. This is why it is very important that all Clubs review their proposed Show dates as early as they possibly can to manage any such situations.
As part of their affiliation with Dogs Queensland, Agricultural Societies provide some entry passes based on entry numbers. I reproduce part of Rule However, we should never be offended or combative when checks are made and may require the purchase of an additional pass. Unfortunately, it has been reported that at several Agricultural Society Shows, some exhibitors are becoming quite aggressive with volunteers manning the gates when they attempt to bring more persons than they are entitled to under their free passes based on their entries.
Dogs Queensland generally circulates and publishes the proposed Show calendar at the beginning of the year preceding the proposed Show year for example circulating Show dates in draft at the beginning of This provides a great deal of time for Clubs to review and manage any situations. Show dates are generally allocated to weekend numbers and with the way that days roll over through the years there can be times when dates fall out of alignment.
In these circumstances, especially where an event is usually paired or grouped with other events, it is critical that the Club reviews their dates and makes contact to try to resolve issues as soon as possible.
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The dates that Clubs wish to hold their Shows is at their discretion so it is not up to others to know or be aware of issues or for someone else to resolve an issue. We, as Clubs, must be accountable and manage our Schedules. Submissions Submissions for the column of news or photos are always welcome.
Please feel free to send to me at: craig. This is, of course, unacceptable and incorrect and where reported will be dealt with by Dogs Queensland. Please remember that the volunteers on the gates are exactly that — volunteers and should be afforded respect and not be subjected to outrage or rudeness and have their day ruined by someone behaving in an uncivilised and outrageous manner.
In those days it was very likely that the school mistresses were of very august nature with very strict views on the behaviour of their young pupils. They possessed Good Manners charts which were hoisted at every opportunity. We were forced to memorise and follow the dictates of these charts. My mother was a retired teacher. She was not aged but was sidelined by marriage and motherhood. She believed in all the items mentioned on the Good Manners charts so we had no possible avoidance. The Prefect system was in vogue so the older students, invested with these honours, made sure that the directions on the charts were thoroughly followed.
My generation did not all follow these teachings. Human nature ensures there are conscientious objectors to all dictates. But at least there were many who were well behaved. And we were definitely led to believe that our elders set good examples. And it is possible that most of them did do that very well. At university there was no real mention of the subject.
Good times were enjoyed by most. But once again, because of the post war problems, the people had their minds on other things. Pathologists and senior scientists were my bosses. On the first day of work I was stunned when faced by yet another behaviour chart. On this one I was reminded that 'The patient is your bread and butter'. It went on to list many other behavioural necessities. And by and large most of the senior people did lead by example.
Many of the staff bonded in the effort to excel. I am still in touch with some of the people with whom I worked so many years ago. So around this time I purchased my first purebred dog. My family had always had Kelpies and cattle dogs. My choice was a Collie Rough. But I did not get into showing as she was more of a companion. We did enter a few shows but were put off that pastime by the attitude of some exhibitors. But when our dogs had puppies we did register them and provide pedigrees.
We always had fun with our dogs. But we did make some long and lasting friendships with likeminded people. There are many dog fanciers who know how to behave very well. Unfortunately, there are a number who crack under competition. The governing body has produced a comprehensive list of rules for ethical behaviour. Sadly, there are some people who spurn any idea of reading these rules. Others keep quoting real and sometimes imagined rules thus irritating all.
But many people are aware of the requirements and never transgress. Our governing body has changed in that it is now elected. In the past the Committee were chosen and appointed. I believe that these people who seek high office have an obligation to lead by example.
That has always been how it has worked in every field of endeavour which I have experienced. At Shows it seems that the Show Managers have to cope with any difficulties. These people cannot be everywhere at Shows.
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I often wonder if the prefect system was installed and good behaviour volunteers were empowered to officiate at each ring, if that would stop some of the problems. A lot of the bad behaviour occurs around the ring. Items of dissension involve illicit and uninvited photography, loud and divisive comment on ring activity, mobile phones particularly in the assembly area, swearing and foul language are just a few of the causes of complaints.
The use of social media to carry on examples of bad behaviour has already been dealt with by governing bodies. They are not Show Managers but they keep popping up at different rings. These people are employed by the AKC. I doubt that the dog fancy here could afford such a thing. Basically, dog showing in Australia is still an amateur sport, unlike the USA where professionals reign. Anyone for a good manners chart? The Medal forms part of Defence's internal recognition scheme and is not part of the Australian Honours and Awards System. The Medal will be awarded to Military Working Dogs who have 30 days service continuous or aggregated on a declared operation.
Phase one of the project will focus on identifying Military Working Dogs with service on operations from East Timor to current day. Phase two will focus on Defence conducting research to identify Military Working Dogs with service from Vietnam onwards. Ribbon The ribbon colours represent Purple - animals, Green - land, Yellow — loyalty; and Blue - sea and sky. Clasps A clasp with the name of the operation for which the award is made is presented with the medal.
A further award of the Canine Operational Service Medal in another area is recognised by the issue of an additional clasp. Additional clasps are worn above previously awarded clasps, in order of date of receipt. Application As this is an internal award, award lists will be generated through relevant units and applications will not be accepted from the general public. Photo credits: Supplied by George Hulse.
Quake died on operations in Afghanistan on 25th June The reverse back features the Australian Defence Force logo. Garhoefer Austria replaces Mr Z. Vasszi Hungary. Henderson has been replaced by Mr S. Tassan for these events. Rickard Vic for these events. Rickard Vic. The Club is also offering Class 9, 9 a for this event. Judge to be appointed on the Day. Brown is Judging Groups 3 and 4.
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Entry to these events is via Lawnton Pocket Rd only. Watson WA for Group 5 on 9th September Enquiries and Show Day contact Liane Horne Judges to be advised on the day. Glass free zone. Johansen Groups 1 and 2 Ring 2: Mr S. Johansen Groups 3, 4 and 5 Ring 3: Mr S. The Committee reserves the right to alter ring allocations and appoint additional judges should numbers dictate.
Qualifying dates are from 1st October to 30th September All dogs must have resided in Zone 3 for the full qualifying period. Judges have been selected by an independent Event Manager and will be announced on the evening. Please submit all entries with all requirements completed - incomplete entries will be returned.
Please refer to full rules and information on Entry forms. Horne Group 1 Ring 8: Mrs C. Holman Group 2 Ring Mrs P. Hewitt Group 3 Ring 3: Mrs S. Hewinson Group 4 Ring Mrs B. Mangin Group 5 Ring Mr E. Ryder Group 6 Ring 5: Mr I. Abraham Group 1 Ring 7: Mrs J. Reilly Group 2 Ring Mrs R. Seare Group 3 Ring 4: Mr A. Addicott Group 4 Ring Ms A. Cooney Group 5 Ring Ms A. Adamopoulos Group 6 Ring 6: Mr D. Sarina Kennel Club P. Judging time: noon with Sweepstakes followed by Groups 5, 3 and 2 Show day: Saturday, 14th October Entries close: Friday, 29th September Classes: 1 1a 2 2a 3 3a 4 4a 5 5a 9 9a 10 10a 11 11a 18 18a Handlers Classes: 7-under 10, under 13, under 19 to be judged in dinner break.
Classes: 1 1a 2 2a 3 3a 4 4a 5 5a 9 9a 10 10a 11 11a 18 18a Handlers Classes: 7-under 10, under 13, under 19 to be judged before General Specials. Howell Ring Mrs C. Scotton Vic Ring Ms D. Howell Group 3 Ring 5: Mrs A. Lane Vic Ring 3: Mr A. Yates Ring 6: Ms M. Lee Ring Mrs J. Mannell Ring 2: Mrs L. Vernon Ring Mr D. McAllister Ring 4: Ms S. Guilfoyle General Specials: Mr M. Howell Group 2 Ring Mrs A. Black ACT. Please make sure your schedules are submitted on time to the office and please be sure they are correctly completed.
General Mrs L. Camac Vic. General Mrs C. Rosettes for all in Show awards and all in Group awards. McDonald Ph: 07 Mob: before pm Email: shasdin ecn. Wheatley Group 5 Ring 9: Miss T. Phillips Group 6 Ring 6: Mr R. Fry Group 2 Ring 4: Mr N. Classes: 1 1a 2 2a 3 3a 4 4a 5 5a 10 10a 11 11a 18 18a Handler Classes: 7-under 10, under 13, under 19 to be judged in dinner break. Adamopoulos Group 5 Ring 9: Mrs P. Greenwood Group 6 Ring 6: Mr L.
Wright Group 2 Ring 4: Mr D. Greenwood Ring 2: Mrs A. Lane Ring Miss S.
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Tringham Ring 7: Mrs C. Pearen Ring Mrs K. Separate entry forms for each show. Judging time: pm. Hall NSW. General Specials: Mrs P. General Specials: Mrs E. All dogs must have resided in Zone 2 for the full qualifying period. Enquiries: Craig Pettett Ph: Email: craig.
A resume no more than 50 words , photo high resolution head shot only and a copy of the dog's Pedigree Certificate are to accompany the entry form and payment.
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Please submit entries with all requirements completed - incomplete entries will be returned. Entries to: Mr T. Bruce Jumpers All Classes. Trial Secretary P. Mannion CD Ms H. Young UD 1 Mr W. Doyle UD 2. Entries to: Trial Secretary P. Golle UD Mrs C. Pethers UDX. Pethers UD Mrs G. Notice will be placed on the Club's Facebook page. Catering on both days, camping on grounds, full amenities available. No Vehicle access past the Club House.
Additional camping available on the Northern side of the field. Catalogues available through k9entries. Please keep your dogs as quiet as possible to avoid complaints to Council. Mrs M. Anderson Jumpers 2 All Classes Direct deposit prefered. BSB: Acc: use full name as reference. Leyden CD Mrs K.
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