Notices – Bulletins

Oct. 18-20, 2019 Championship Dog Show

Our 55th annual CKC All Breed Dog Show was held at Glenwood Centre in Port Alberni, October 18-19-20, 2019.

2019 Dog Show and Canine Classic poster-750This year, the CANINE CLASSIC returns.  It was last held in 2014.  This special event has dogs who have earned a Group 1st or better in a previous show,  compete for cash prizes for BEST IN SHOW.  This is a formal evening was held on Saturday October 19th, from 6:00 to 10:00 pm.

Highlights for the 2019 Dog Show Weekend

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Jenny Stewart, founding member of AVKC, with 2013 Best in Show winner.

New this year…

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Junior Scholarship Award

for Best Dog Shown by a Junior Handler, entered in official class on Saturday only.

This award was named after Jenny Stewart who with her husband, were founding members of the AV Kennel Club.  Jenny was very fond of Junior Handlers and supported the program throughout her life.  This is the club’s way of continuing her legacy.

$500. Bursary (for post-secondary studies) was awarded Saturday to Miss Panagiota Rounis.

Canine Good Neighbour Test

We were pleased to have 12 dogs tested and passed the Canine Good Neighbour test on Friday, Oct. 18th.

Exhibitors Dog Costume Parade/Contest

Friday at 4:30 pm, Dogs and handlers were paraded and presented with prizes for Best Group Costume, Best Homemade, Best Owner/Dog,  Country of Origin (Dog), Funniest and Scariest.  Our guest judge is Gary Bartlett of the RCMP K9 unit, assisted by Kayla Aolick and her Seizure Response Dog, Shadow.

CKC All-Breed Championship Dog Show

Judges:  Judith Byrne, William Byrne, Carlos Navarro Seemann

Friday, Oct. 18th – Best in Show – SAMOYED – GCh Vanderbilt ‘N Printemp’s Lucky Strike

Saturday, Oct. 19th – Best in Show – GOLDEN RETRIEVER – GCh Allsgold Tip Your Hat

Sunday, Oct. 20th – Best in Show – GERMAN SHEPHERD DOG – GCh Woodside’s Belle Jun.

Full details of the Dog Show can be found on www.canuckdogs.com

Junior HandlingFriday & Saturday

(Full Results TBA)

Friday we had 2 school classes tour the Dog Show in the morning.  All the kids were invited to come back on Saturday with a parent and they could enter Junior Handling at noon.  Thanks to the exhibitors who let their dogs go in the ring with these first time handlers.

Friday – Overall Best Junior Handler – Charlotte Jardine

Saturday – Overall Best Junior Handler – Melanie Kirk

Chuck a Duck Fundraiser – Saturday

Total pot of $524.00 – Winning duck belonged to Margaret Lehmann who gave 1/2 of her winnings back to the Junior Handling program (raising $393. for Juniors.)

Puppy Sweepstakes 

Saturday at Noon we had 48 dogs, in ages from 3 months to 18 months.

Top 4 dogs received cash prizes representing a percentage of fees collected.

1st (30%)  2nd (20%)  3rd (15%)  4th (10%)

Friday Night Social (Buffet Dinner & Door Prizes)

We served a main entrée of Roast Beef and Chicken with dessert of Trifle to 87 people (paid by donation)  We also had free draws for a variety of door prizes.

Alberni Canine Classic – Saturday 6:00-10:00 pm

We had 60 dogs entered in this special competition.  Click on the following link to see (.pdf) judging scores in the Canine Classic – 2019-CANINE CLASSIC FINAL RESULTS

Judges:  Shaunna Bernardin, Michael Goldman, Gerri-Lynn Shurb

Best in Classic ($500.00) – Samoyed – GCh Vanderbilt ‘N Printemp’s Lucky StrikeDSC07779-1

Sponsored by:  Canadian Dog Fanciers and Savoie Faire

Best Veteran in Classic (250.00) – Norwich Terrier – Ch Sea of Flames

  • ($100.00 each)
  • 1st in Sporting GroupRetriever-Golden – GCh Alls Gold Tip Your Hat
  • 1st in Hounds GroupRhodesian Ridgeback – GCh Habi Nago Manwe
  • 1st in Working GroupSamoyed – GCh Vanderbilt ‘N Printemp’s Lucky Strike
  • 1st in Terrier GroupWest Highland White – GCh Skyehigh’s Here We Go Again
  • 1st in Toy Group Silky Terrier – GCh Carmorosa’s Ranger Rick
  • 1st in Non-Sporting GroupSchipperke – GCh Bonchien Lawless V Jet
  • 1st in Herding GroupGerman Shepherd – GCh Lacomtesse Ritchie Gecko

Other photos taken by Savoie Faire at the Canine Classic:

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More information & photos will be added, as they become available.


July 14, 2019 AIOC Obedience & Rally Trials

Once again, mark your calendar for our annual Obedience & Rally trials.  For members of AIOC – Association of Island Obedience Clubs (Vancouver Island kennel clubs).

It was held Sunday July 14th in Coombs at the Arrowsmith Activity Hall.

Campbell River Dog Fanciers & Alberni Valley Kennel Club shared the task of hosting this event.

 

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Here are a few of the ribbon winners.  Congratulations to everyone!


Oct. 19-21, 2018 Championship Dog Show

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2018 Premium List

Our Premium List of Events  includes:


This event is open to the general public at no cost.  


Highlights for Spectators:

Friday Oct. 19th is a School Pro Day.  We recommend that the best time to bring children to the dog show would be from 10:00 am to noon.  For a Group tour, check in at the Show Secretary desk upon arrival.

Also on Friday Oct. 19th we have “Come Meet the Breeds” starting at 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm.  This where our dog exhibitors and AV Kennel Club members showcase their dogs.  Whether you want to get a closer look at any particular breed or just a dog lover at heart, we hope to have a good variety of dogs for you to see.

2018 Simple Judging Schedule (for general public) 1 pg.  Shows the 7 Breed Groups (Sporting, Hounds, Terriers, Working, Herding, Non-Sporting and Toys) being judged and the number of dogs in the group.  The best of each breed, moves on to be judged for best in Group.  The best in each of the 7 breed groups are then judged for “Best in Show”.

Sat. October 20th we have the Vancouver Island Toy Dog Club hosting a Specialty Dog Show for dogs in the Toy Breed Group.  This starts at 1:00 pm.

If you are wanting to watch a particular breed/group or just  Best in Show, come early in case judging wraps up earlier than expected.  This is especially important on Sunday as there are fewer breaks in judging.

We have a Halloween Dog Photo Contest that is open to the public.  Bring a photo of your dog in a costume by noon on Saturday to the Show Secretary desk and the judging will be done after Best in Show.

Our Halloween Dog Costume Contest/Parade is open only to dogs and their handlers/owners who are registered in the Dog Show.  The Parade of participants will take place after Best in Show (approx. 4:00 pm).  This event is a crowd pleaser.

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If you have any questions regarding the Dog Show events, please feel free to contact us by email:  avkc.webadmin@shaw.ca

Lisa Tremblay – Show Secretary – ltremblay67@me.com   ph 250-720-5585


July 15, 2018 – AIOC Rally & Obedience Trials

PRE-REGISTER FOR TRIAL (by email) – until Friday July 13th, will save you time and line-ups.
On Trial Day – Sunday, July 15th – you will only have to pay and pickup armbands.

The 1st & 2nd trials will run in the same order.  This will give everyone an equal amount of time between each trial.

To Pre-Register, email us the following information:

  • Your name
  • Name of AIOC member club
  • Your dog’s name & breed
  • Name of Trial & Class you wish to enter
  • At $10. per run, total amount due upon arrival
  • Email:  avkc.webadmin@shaw.ca

This is recommended for all registrants.  Upon arrival you will need to present your AIOC card and pay your fees.  Your competition number will be ready for you.

Please Note:

AIOC – Association of Island Obedience Clubs comprises of 10 Vancouver Island Dog Clubs.  To be a member of AIOC, you must be a member in good standing with one of the 10 Vancouver Island Dog Clubs.  You must be a AIOC member to participate in an AIOC event.

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2018 Winner of Rally – Masterclass


July 16, 2017 AIOC Trials in Coombs

PRE-REGISTER FOR TRIAL (by email) – until Friday July 14th, will save you time.

On Trial Day – July 16th – you will only have to pay and pickup armbands.

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Judging started at 9:00 am with a short break between Trials 1 & 2.  All judging completed by 2:00 pm.

Trial Results:

Note:  Novice Intermediate Class is “Exhibition Only”

Candid Photos:

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Basic Obedience Dogs

Our first Basic Obedience Class of 2017 – 18 dogs in 2 sessions on Monday evenings at Cherry Creek Hall-Gym.  Synneva Stubbs returns this year to instruct the classes throughout 2017.

If you want to get your dog into its first obedience class or a refresher, pre-register now to reserve a spot in the class.  They fill up fast.boc-17-1-class


Meet Shadow

Shadow is a special Golden Retriever, especially to his owner/handler Kayla Aolick.13125021_1039929899427208_7895978289934161381_n

Kayla suffers from epilepsy (due to a cancerous brain tumor) and she was advised to get a seizure response dog to help manage her episodes. Kayla was matched with Shadow in 2012 through the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides and this new relationship has completely changed her life.

Shadow is truly her best friend and loyal companion. Kayla believes Shadow came into her life at a time when she needed him most, and since then, Kayla has gained her independence back. Shadow has helped Kayla overcome obstacles and take on new challenges that she never thought she could. Overall, Kayla is grateful to Shadow for always being there for her as her “guardian angel” – protecting and watching over her as well as giving her family peace of mind that Kayla is always in good hands (or “paws”).purinaaward

In 2016 Shadow was awarded the Purina Hall of Fame – Better Together Award and travelled to Toronto to accept the award.

Here is an interview with Shadow:

https://servicedogtales.wordpress.com/2016/06/15/interview-shadow-the-seizure-response-dog-guide/

Shadow has a Facebook page:  https://www.facebook.com/shadow.srdguidedog/

Local ShawTV produced a video that is on YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6amqTst8TA

Kayla and Shadow are a team and spend their time giving back to those that have given so much to them.  She is still active with the Tour de Rock Bike Ride for childhood cancer.

Together they have set a goal to raise enough funds so that someone else can get a Guide Dog through the Lion’s Foundation.

We are proud to have Kayla & Shadow as special guests of the Alberni Valley Kennel Club’s 52nd annual Championship Dog Show, October 14-15-16, 2016 at Glenwood Center.  Come by and meet Shadow and support the fund raising activities at the show.Kayla-Shadow-Lions Foundation for Dog Guides

BC Gaming Event Licence – Class D – 50/50 Draws – Licence #88731.


52nd Annual Dog Show * Oct. 14-16, 2016

 

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Click here for complete PREMIUM LIST

Our list of events include:

All 3 days:

  • All Breed CKC Championship Show – Best in Show – incl. Brace Competition & Baby Puppy Classes
  • Fundraising for Lions Foundation for Dog Guides

Friday –

  • Meet the Breeds – Breeders Forum  –  5:00 to 7:00 pm – Link to List of Dogs
    • Various Breeders bring their dog(s) to show to the public.  Get a closer view of the dog(s) and ask any questions you may have.  ***DON’T MISS THIS***
  • Pointing Club All Breed Sanction Match – Register at 5:00 pm.  Start at 6:00 pm

Saturday

  • Canine Good Neighbour Testing  – starting at 10:00 am until 1:00 pm
  • Juvenile & Veteran Sweepstakes – at noon
  • Junior Handling – after Best Puppy in Show
  • Chuck-a-Duck Fundraiser for Junior Handling – following Junior Handling
  • Saturday Night Social Dinner (by donation) – approx. 5:00 pm –
  • Catalogue Draw – Rags Custom Embroidery
    • Purchase a Show Catalogue & your name is entered in draw.  Digital Marked Catalogues are also available.

Click here for the full 2016 Judging Schedule


2016 AV Kennel Club Championship Dog Show – Simplified Schedule
Friday
Oct. 14th
Saturday
Oct. 15th
Sunday
Oct. 16th
9:00 AM
Hounds
9:00 AM
Sporting
9:00 AM
Working
10:00 AM
Working
9:00 AM
Hounds
9:00 AM
Terrier
10:30 AM
Herding
10:30 AM
Herding
9:00 AM
Toys
10:45 AM
Terrier
11:00 AM
Non Sporting
10:00 AM
Non-Sporting
Lunch Break
12:00 PM
Sweepstakes
11:00 AM
Sporting
1:00 PM
Sporting
1:30 PM
Working
Lunch Break
1:00 PM
Toys
1:30 PM
Toys
12:30 PM
Herding
1:00 PM
Non-Sporting
3:10 PM
Terrier
12:45 PM
Hounds
The following times are approximate.  It will depend on the completion of judging
3:00 PM
Best in Show
3:00 PM
Best in Show
2:30 PM
Best in Show
5:00 PM
Meet the Breeds
4:00 PM
Junior Handling
6:00 PM
Sanction Match
4:30 PM
Jr. Fundraiser
5:00 PM
Dinner

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We would like to thank the following sponsors, donors, contributors and supporters of our annual Dog Show.  We couldn’t do the show without you.

Dog Show.caCanadian Dog FancierAlberni Veterinary Clinic Pacific ChevroletCedarwood LodgeFenceline ProductsShar KarePort Puddle DucksTyee Village Motel Manzini Veterinary ClinicAnimal ArkBute St. Vet ClinicBuckerfieldsCircle DairyKlitsa KennelsNaesgaard’s Farm MarketRedford Motor InnBosley’s Pet StoreIndustrial Heritage SocietySmitty’s Restaurant | Somass MotelRiverside MotelCokely Wire RopeTim HortonsClam Bucket RestaurantPurple Paw GroomingEBA Dogs – Training

 


2016 Obedience Training

In 2016 we have scheduled 7 Basic Obedience Training sessions.  We are currently in the middle of BOC #5.

We would normally start another session right after the a session ends, but our instructor is having a surgery and we have postponed BOC #6 to start September 19th.

Go to “Classes” to get all the details of the remaining training sessions.

Also note that BOC16-7b is for repeat/refresher training only.  It is only 4 lessons and it will cost $50.

There will be no training scheduled for December.  We will post the schedule for 2017 as soon as it available.

If you are interested in advanced Obedience training, please let us know.

Novice level Obedience follows the CKC program.  It is open to all dogs including mixed breeds.  Successful completion and testing of the Novice level will result in the title of Companion Dog, aka CD.

Once we get enough interest, we will arrange for an instructor and schedule classes.

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2016 AIOC/AVKC Trials July 17th

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