CSCA NATIONAL SPECIALTY SHOW
Contact Shelley Miller: email@example.com
Judges’ education will be followed by ringside mentoring at the Regional Specialty on March 20, 2019. Following judging a hands-on opportunity will be available. Fee is $40 per attendee payable day of the session.
Contact: Roseanna Bennett, Roseanna.firstname.lastname@example.org
Send PDF, JPG or JPEG format files via email or mail printed photo to 2102 Deadora Rd., Bel Air, MD 21015. Photos will not be returned unless requested. Include the Dog’s call name and something special about the dog that may be used when winners are announced.
PARADE OF RESCUE DOGS
Contact: Jan Wolf, email@example.com
The Rescue Parade is scheduled for Wednesday, March 20, 2019. Anyone who has owned a rescue Clumber Spaniel please send printed pictures with a brief history to 329 Stonegate Way, Lexington, KY 40503. Photos file format should be PDF, JPG, or JPEG. Include the dog’s name and a brief history. Pictures will be displayed only. Please indicate if you plan to attend the Rescue Parade with your dog. Photos will not be returned unless requested.
Contact: Ray Palmer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
For 2019 we will assemble a special advertiser’s book containing your personized ads. Every person who receives a catalog will receive a copy of the Ad Book. Go to the 2019 National page at www.clumbers.orgfor the submission form.
- Full page: color $50; B/W $35
- Half page: color $40; B/W $25
- 2 Page Color Spread: $85
Contact: Lori Wright, email@example.com
Trophy donations are an important source of funding for the National and may honor or memorialize a special dog or person. Available trophies may be found on the 2019 National page at www.clumbers.org. Payments may be made via CLumber CLoset Payment Portal or send check payable to CSCA to CSCA Treasurer, Ben Hoyle, 212 Limestone Lane, Willow Grove, PA 19090.
AUCTION DONATIONS & BASKETS
If you have items appropriate for the live or silent auction or are interested in assembling a state/country basket, please contact the above.
AKC GOOD CITIZEN (CGC) TESTING AND COMMUNITY CANINE (CGCA)
Testing will be offered on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 following the Parade of Clumber Rescues. Registrations will be taken ringside. The testing fee is $15 per dog. This fee is for testing only and does not cover any title or other fees requested by the AKC.
AKC TRICK DOG TESTING
Testing for AKC Novice, Intermediate and Advanced Trick Dogs will be held on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 following the CGC testing. Registration will be taken ringside. The testing fee is $15 per test.
SCENT WORK DEMONSTRATION
Contact: Sally Underwood-Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you ever wanted to know more about the rapidly growing event of scent work? Please join us for a demonstration of scent work. This event will take place following the Trick Dog Testing on March 20, 2019.
Contact: Roe Froman, email@example.com.
The Clumber Spaniel Health Foundation is pleased to be presenting a speaker from Embark, a canine DNA company. The Embark DNA program tests for PDP1 and Exercise Induced Collapse, as well as over 160 other known canine genetic diseases. The Embark test also determines your dog’s precise coefficient of inbreeding (vs a mathematical estimate). DNA information is anonymously computerized, leading to a rich source of information for researchers into canine health. Please join us to learn more about this exciting program! The session is planned for Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 3:30 in the Auditorium.
Contact: Kelly Lease, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Held on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 the Fun Games will feature traditional Clumber games - including Best Wiggle, Biggest Paws, Most Freckles - and some new competitions based on skills related to AKC Trick Dog. The prizes for the competitions will be ceramic dog bowls filled with items for both the dogs and their people.
There will also be new and used items for sale and auction to raise funds for the Potterfield Memorial Fund, treats for both the canine competitors and their people, and goody bags to take home. Please join the Fun Games for some laughs and a chance to show off your Clumber's best skills.
PEE WEE CLASSIC
Contact: Jennifer Darcy, email@example.com.
The Pee Wee Classic special attraction is a Pre-Junior Showmanship class. It is geared toward children 5-9 years of age. Safety is a primary concern.
Each Pee Wee unit consists of the child, his/her parent/guardian/responsible adult, and the dog. Only one Pee Wee unit is in the ring at a time. This is not a competitive class, but rather a fun, learning experience for the child and the adult.
- A dog must be at least 4 months of age to enter the Pee Wee class.
- Bitches in season will not be allowed to participate. If pre-entered, a dog may be substituted that meets the eligibility requirements as specified by the club.
- All dogs entered must have the proper lead and collar.
- A responsible adult must be present with the child both inside and outside the ring. The adult is to maintain control of the dog outside of the ring.
- An additional lead, provided by the Club, will be available at the judge’s table.
- At the judge’s discretion based upon the size of the child and the dog, for safety purposes the adult mat be asked to attach a second lead to the dog so both child and adult will walk the dog together.
REGISTRATION WILL BE TAKEN AT THE CLUB TABLE AT RINGSIDE THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2019, STARTING AT 8:15 am. EACH ENTRANT WILL BE REQUIRED TO FILL OUT AN ENTRY FORM. IN ADDITON TO AN ENTRY, A RELEASE MUST BE SIGNED BY THE CHILD’S PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN. JUDGING WILL BE HELD AT 8:30 am ON MARCH 21, 2019. NO ENTRY FEE IS REQUIRED.