THE ROYAL International Companion Dog Show, featuring the King Hussein of Jordan Memorial Trophy, takes place on Sunday 6th June at the new venue of the Studley Football Club, Abbeyfields Drive, Studley, Warwickshire.
There will be 50 classes, which include four pedigree, 10 import and rare breed, four crossbreed, 16 novelty, four obedience, 10 class GSD rally and two junior handling plus companion dog club classes.
There are many quality first prizes including hand-cut crystal, Wedgewood, Spode and Royal Albert. Electrical items etc will go to eighth place in all classes.
The import and rare breed classes are back by public demand, and their stands are welcome. Why not come along and promote your breed, a prize will go to the best turned out breed stand.
Trade stands are most welcome, but please book in advance.
So, if you’ve got a dog, even if it’s disabled or you are disabled yourself, there is a class for you. For further information, contact the show organiser, Mr Coomby, on 07905 894394.