United Spaniel Association show sponsored by CSJ

Posting by Gina Bowers

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The show was a success and everyone seemed to enjoy it. For the first time we scheduled Spanish Water Dogs and for the second time, Lagotto, since they were approved by the Kennel Club as spaniels.
There are now 10 spaniel breeds all with classes and breed judges at our show as well as stakes and varieties. We are very pleased with the generous sponsorship from our member spaniel clubs and individual committee members who all help make the show a success.  The weather was good for us so photos could be taken outside.
There was a sale of knitted dogs to raise money for Parkinson Disease charity and this raised almost £80.  We also ran a successful Treasure Hunt and raffle to boost club funds.

Profits on the show go towards holding other events during the year, the next being a day for people to train their dogs as gundogs. This is on 28th May and details are on our website: www.unitedspaniel.com

Best in show : cocker spaniel Claramand Ziggy Zigy with owner Eliane
Thomas.

Reserve best in show: Mr and Mrs Monaghans Tweedsmuir Blaze of Glory,
Clumber spaniel.

Best puppy in show: the Irish Water spaniel owned by Mrs E Brown  Axlehurn
Song of Mweenish

Reserve best puppy: the Lagotto Patrick and Seamons Ashlowrick Tutti Frutti.

 

Berwyn wins best puppy in breed at Crufts

by Sarah Finch

Field Trial secretary for the Brittany Club of Great Britain.

We’re a big fan of your food – its pretty much the only thing my boy will eat. He’s finishing off a bag of Fit and Fast!, then he’ll be moving on to Hike On! as we increase our training before the shooting season. Brittanys hunt wide and fast, so they cover a lot of ground. Plus my boy only has a small appetite, so he needs the calories. He’s also having the Salmon Oil, and he gets some of the Kronch Bar if we’re out all day. He’s a picky sod, but he loves the salmon food – so it’s nice to have a range of options that are all salmon-based. He’s doing really well on the food too – going nicely in the field and looking good for the show ring, he got best puppy in breed at Crufts.

My boy’s name is Jassendue Manet’s Medley, pet name Berwyn. He was 10 months at Crufts and 8 months in the hunting photos.

Find out more about about berwyn’s favourite CSJ products:

Fit ‘n’ Fast

Hike On!

Salmon Oil

 

Border Terrier Club Open Show

2017Jed BIS, RBIS & BPIS winners with judge_2

By Judith Fawcett

Open Show, 25th February 2017, Jedburgh

I would like to thank your company on behalf of the Border Terrier Club
for your very kind sponsorship of our Open Show on 25 February in
Jedburgh.

I am pleased to advise that the show was very well attended with a good
entry of border terriers and a very good atmosphere around the ring.

Here’s a link to the Border Terrier Club website showing the results of
the show and confirming your very kind sponsorship:
http://www.theborderterrierclub.co.uk/jedburgh2017.html

Many thanks once again.

Judith Fawcett
Sponsorship Steward

For and on behalf of the Border Terrier Club.

Matlock Show 2017

Photos from Matlock Show 2017

 

It was a cold and wet outside, but the company was warm inside at Matlock Show 2017.
Best in Show Judge – Ian Layfield (Dockwray/Fyndoune)

 

Best in Show – Hungarian Puli
Reserve Best in Show – Dandie Dinmont Terrier
Best Puppy in Show – Siberian Husky

 

Reserve Best Puppy in Show  – German Short haired Pointer
Best Veteran – Akita

 

 

Many thanks to CSJ for their generous sponsorship

 Andy Dale

Meet Champarla Murano Star (Hasty)

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This is Champarla Murano Star (known as Hasty), a one year old Border Collie owned by Sue who lives near Eastbourne East Sussex, stacking up the rosettes before heading to the country’s most prestigious competition in the Kennel Club Championships at Crufts in March 2017.

Hasty came 3rd in the Windsor Championship dog show in July 2016 qualifying her for Crufts this year and along with trophies and many rosettes for Best in Show to add to her accolades, Hasty is certainly on winning form.

This winning formula has not happened by chance, along with the dedication and constant hard work of Sue, Hasty is in amazing condition largely due thanks to CSJ products.

Since a Pup Hasty has been fed Cp27, until recently when she changed to Cp21, this along with the Salmon oil, Seaweed & Parsley, ‘Come On!’ herbal supplement, Gnaw Rolls and of course the all important Training Tips (to help keep focused at the important times) keeps her in winning condition.

Hasty also enjoys her pamper treatment in our 5 star Mobile hydro pet Spa, she receives multiple nourishing treatments, conditioners and proteins along with CSj’s Skinny Dip Shampoo and Skinny Cream to leave her with a lovely shiny coat.

This certainly hasn’t gone unnoticed in the show ring either, as during a show at Ardingly Show ground the judge commented on her fantastic coat condition – how glossy and gleaming it was.

We take great pride as a CSJ stockist and grooming business to not only sponsor and support Hasty and attend Crufts with her, but also to keep showing and proving what an outstanding brand CSJ continues to be.