Walkies all round at annual dog show

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The Linslade Obedience and Ringcraft Club is holding its 11th Annual Companion Dog Show on Sunday at Linslade Recreation Ground, Leighton Buzzard.

There’s something for all dog lovers, from serious show dogs to novelty acts.

Registration starts at 10am and the judging for the six pedigree classes starts at 11am.

There’s Prettiest Bitch, Most Handsome Dog, Golden Oldie and Most Appealing Eyes among others.

There is also a Kennel Club Companion Dog Club Class and Young Handler Class - 6 to 16 years.

Rosettes will be awarded for the first five in each class.

All types of dog are welcome to enter the Novelty Classes and there will even be a ‘Fun Scurry’ with your dog.

Entry Fee for Showing is £2 per dog, per Class.

Entry Fee for Fun Scurry is £1 a go.

The Show is held under Kennel Club Regulations and refreshments and supporting stalls will be available.

The event will also be fundraising for two worthy causes.

Linslade Community Hall Restoration Fund is continuing to raise funds for the final stages of the Hall’s much needed restoration.

And Appledown Animal Rescue at Eaton Bray, Appledown perform extremely valuable work in re homing lost and unwanted dogs.

After last year’s show organisers were able to donate more than £250 each to their chosen charities.

Linslade Obedience and Ringcraft Club is a dog training club based in Linslade, and the Club is a ‘Not for Profit’ organisation, run on a membership basis and run entirely by volunteers.

The Club’s focus is on pet/companion dogs.