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Fun dog show classes!!!

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by JSR, May 19, 2010.


  1. JSR

    JSR PetForums VIP

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    Okay for my sins I've agreed to organise and judge a charity fun dog show!!!!!

    So I need some idea's for really good fun classes. We want to encourage children and grown ups to take part of the classes and it's totally non serious so the sillier the better really!!!

    Anyone got any good ideas? We'll be holding around 10 classes and I want one specifically for just young handlers. :thumbup:
     
  2. deb53

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    6 best legs

    dog most like its owner

    prettiest bitch

    handsome dog

    appealing eyes

    fancy dress

    best mover (handler and dog)

    dog judge wants to take home

    best trick

    best dog not won a rossette in any class (at the end)


    mmmmmmm...still thinking :D
     
  3. rona

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    Waggiest tail
    Fancy dress
    dog most like it's owner
    most smiley face
    Best child handler, the kids love to think they are good
    best trick, could be a laugh
    Could you run a short mini agility for the kids to try?
     
  4. sid&kira

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    Most loopy dog :thumbup:

    Waggiest tail

    Where will it be held?? can I enter Kira lol
     
  5. deb53

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    O yeah Rona forgot the waggiest tail one....love to see the dogs going mad with their tails going 10 to the dozen :thumbup: And the owners doing crazy things to get their dogs all excited :lol:
     
  6. JSR

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    It's going to Anglesey, North Wales. Part of a charity horse show but we thought we'd do some dog stuff to!! :thumbup: Waggiest tail is a must, always fun!!
     
  7. rona

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    Egg and spoon race (dog on lead)
    Best brace
    Best mismatched brace
    Friendliest Pooch
    Best Biscuit Catcher!
     
  8. Becki&Daisy

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    When are you thinking of doing it?
    Me and Daisy would love to try and get over there! :)
     
  9. JSR

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    27th June. Would love to see you, it's a blummin long way from yours to here though!! :D I'll pm you the details once we've confirmed it all. :thumbup:
     
  10. Becki&Daisy

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    HAHA yeah i know! bit of a mission! But i've wanted to do one for so long and there doesnt seem to be very many down our way :(
     
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    At the dogs shows we have been to other fun events that are not classes are..

    Fastest recall (someone holds dog at one end of an enclosed area owner runs to other end and fastest recall wins)
    Temptation Alley - similar but the recall way has got lots of biccies and treats en route

    Sausage eating race - can have about 6-8 people at once and the fastest to the finish line having eaten the sausaages wins!
     
  12. JSR

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    Ohhh that one sounds good fun!!!! :thumbup:
     
  13. GillyR

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    LOL arh, my max will this hands down.....he has a whole body wag !!!!

    Most miserable - molly would win.


    How far will it be from the midlands ?
     
  14. billyboysmammy

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    musical sit is always a winner at our rescue show (like musical statues but with the dogs sitting instead lol!)

    11 legged race (pair of people tied together and their dogs on leads)

    best trick

    shinest coat

    best golden oldie

    consolation class (last class of the day for all dogs who havent won anything yet)

    best in show!

    best friends (another class for the kiddies and their dogs)

    most unusual ears

    dog with the biggest smile

    doggie come dancing
     
  15. JSR

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    Quiet a haul I think. We're about 2 hours from Chester which is the nearest big town. Think of the middle of nowhere then add about another 100 miles to that!!:lol:
     
  16. rona

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    #16 rona, May 19, 2010
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    Fastest Sausage eater in fancy dress!
     
  18. Purrrrfect

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    Best doggie couple? :D :thumbup:
     
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    Dog most like its owner

    Best resuce

    Biggest ears/wettest nose? lol
     
  20. Becki&Daisy

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