DOG SHOWS & TRIALS

SASKATOON KENNEL AND OBEDIENCE CLUB
54TH ANNUAL SHOWS AND TRIALS
August 25, 26, 27th
Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk  Ruys Soccer Centre
219 Primrose Drive,  Saskatoon, SK

~FEATURING~
RESERVE BEST IN SHOW ALL 4 SHOWS
BEST BABY PUPPY IN SHOW–SATURDAY
BEST OWNER/HANDLER IN SHOW-SUNDAY
Havanese Fanciers of Canada National Specialty(Sat)
Golden Retriever Supported Entry -Saturday
Shetland Sheepdog Booster–Saturday
Newfoundland Booster-Saturday
Flat-Coated Retriever Booster-Sunday
Havanese Booster-Sunday
4  All Breed Championship Shows
2 Limited (175) shows on Friday
1 Unlimited Show on Saturday and
1 Unlimited Show on Sunday
3 Limited Obedience Trials:
1 Trial each on Friday,  Sat & Sun
All official Classes
Veterans, Brace
3 Limited Rally Obedience Trials:
1Trial each day
Fri, Sat & Sun
All Classes
CLOSING DATE: Thursday August 3rd, 2017 9:00pm CST

Premium list is available at www.canuckdogs.com

The public are welcome to attend this event
(only dogs entered will be allowed in the building)

8:00 a.m – 6:00 p.m. (times approximate)

All indoors at the Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre, 219 Primrose Drive, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Events Saskatoon Soccer Centre
Remembering

Over the past year, the Saskatoon Kennel & Obedience Club has been impacted by the passing of three of SKOC’s members. All three of these women donated countless hours to community events, ever increasing the awareness of the human-companion animal bond and the role that animals play in our lives—generating social contacts and the associated physical and mental health benefits.
Elsie Gilchrist          Sherry Hudson           Joan Wiik
The Palliative Care Unit at St. Paul’s Hospital proved compassionate care for our members when they could no longer be in their own homes. The Unit welcomed their friends, families and their pets to spend the last days of their lives saying good bye in a meaningful, comfortable way. The specialized staff is devoted, dedicated and caring.
Subsequently, SKOC members decided to recognize and thank the Palliative Care Unit. The Club is asking for you support in adding to the proposed fund which will be presented by means of a cheque to the Palliative Care Unit at the SKOC Shows and Trials Commemorative Awards Ceremony, Saturday August 26th, at the Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre.
A representative from the SPH Foundation, St. Paul’s Palliative Care Unit will be in attendance. The dignitaries will include our esteemed Canadian Kennel Club judges, officials from the SCOC and family representatives of the members that have passed.
In appreciation of your support, your name and business will be acknowledged in our Show catalogue and publicly displayed at
our Shows and Trials. Advertising space will be allotted in the catalogue corresponding to donation amount.
If you wish to donate to the Palliative Care Fund, please contact
Dave Haddon, SKOC Sponsorship Chair, at 306-477-0366 or bzndz@sasktel.net

The SKOC will serve its membership and the community at large by giving support, understanding, help and guidance in all their canine-related endeavors.