American Eskimo Dog Association Of Oregon
Sat, Mar 4, 2023, Sun, Mar 5, 2023
American Eskimo Dog Association Of Oregon
Conformation (Altered Conformation, Junior Showmanship, Brace, Brood Bitch, Novice Puppy, Stud Dog, Total Dog/Total Junior, Veteran)
Cowlitz County Fairgrounds Event Center | Visit Website
1900 7th Ave
Longview, WA 98632
|Sat Show 1||Sat Show 2||Sun Show 1||Sun Show 2|
|Junior Showmanship||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|Guardian||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|Scenthound||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|Sighthound||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|Gun Dog||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|Northern||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|American Eskimo||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|Herding||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|Belgian Shepherd Dog||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Not Offered||Not Offered|
|Terrier||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|Toy Fox Terrier||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
|Companion||Sheree Sanchez||Tracey Kallas||Amy Turner||Donna Beadle|
Day of Show Fees
Max capacity has been reached. No DOS entries at this time.
Received By Feb 26th 8pm Pacific Time
Please send Pre-Entries to:
PO Box 861
Castle Rock, WA 98611
Exhibitor Entry Forms
The following pertains to The American Eskimo Dog Association of Oregon Club
Dogs must be permanently registered with UKC, have a Temporary Listing (TL) number, or have a Performance Listing (PL)/Limited Privilege (LP) number by the closing date and time or Day of Show closing to enter the licensed or non licensed classes. No exceptions will be made. Entries for ineligible dogs will be returned.
Dogs must meet the eligibility requirements for the event which they are entering. For requirements, refer to the appropriate event rules and regulations.
Entries may be submitted by mail to our event secretary at PO Box 861, Castle Rock, WA 98611 or by email to email@example.com.
Receipt of entries will be acknowledged, but this does not constitute confirmation of a valid entry. Proof of payment and valid fully filled out entry combined is required. Please see further information in Payment section.
Confirmation of entries will be sent to the email address included on the entry form as soon as the entry and payment has been accepted and processed.
One armband will be assigned to each entered dog. Entry information will be printed on the back of the armband. Armbands will be made available for pick up at the event.
Payment may be made through PayPal by credit/debit card to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please retain a receipt or conformation of payment and mail or email your entry with this proof of payment to PO Box 861, Castle Rock, WA 98611 or email@example.com. No entry will be accepted without payment.
ENTRY CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS
Entry cancellations must be received in writing prior to the closing of pre-entries or before limits have been reached. Cancellation requests must be mailed to the event secretary to firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests must include the dogs UKC number, breed, name, and event type entered. Cancellations received by telephone will not be accepted.
No refund of entry fees will be made for entries cancelled after the pre-entry closing date and time, except in the cases of females that come into season and are entered in a performance event. In those cases, refunds may be obtained by providing UKC with a veterinarians certificate verifying that the female came into season after the closing date. The certificate may be mailed, provided the postmark is no later than the date prior to the day of the event, emailed to email@example.com, or delivered by hand to the Club Chair or President or official personnel before the start of the event.
Cancellations submitted before the close of entries will be charged $5 per entered class. No entries will be refunded after the pre-entry closing date and time or after entry limits have been reached.
Entry fees shall not be refunded in the event a dog is absent, disqualified, excused by veterinarian or judge, or barred from competition by action of the Event Committee.
Every effort will be made to find all duplicate entries before processing. However, if a duplicate entry is processed, no refund will be made.
Entry overpayments may be donated to the general trophy fund.
If, because of riots, civil disturbances, or other acts beyond the control of the host organization, it is impossible to open or to complete an event, no refund of entry fees will be made.
If, in the opinion of the host club, the well-being of dogs, exhibitors, or spectators is at risk due to extreme weather conditions, such as but not limited to, snow storms, hurricanes, tornados, lightning, flooding, or extreme heat, the host club may cancel or stop an event before completion. No refunds will be made in such cases.
ENTRY CONFIRMATION & ARMBANDS
Confirmation of entries will be made by email after receipt of pre-entries. If you do not receive your confirmation by the pre-entry closing date, please notify the AEDAO by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pre-entry armbands will be available for pick up at the club table.
CLASS CHANGE/ENTRY CORRECTION
Owners are responsible for the accuracy of information on their entry forms. Owners are responsible for any errors made on entry forms, regardless of who may make such errors. Owners and exhibitors are responsible for correcting any errors regarding their entry.
If, per the owners records, a dog has completed the requirements for a title after the closing of entries, the dog may be moved up from the entered class to the class for which it is eligible. Move-ups must be requested in writing to the club not later than one half-hour prior to the start of any regular judging at the show in which the move-up is being made.
Any corrections to entries must be made in writing to the club using the appropriate form provided no later than one half-hour prior to the start of judging at the show.
SCHEDULING CONFLICTS FOR DOGS COMPETING IN MULTIPLE EVENTS
Exhibitors are responsible for being available for judging at the scheduled time.
Every possible effort will be made to accommodate exhibitors who have dogs entered in multiple events, but judges are not required to wait for dogs. Exhibitors are advised to pick up their armbands as early as possible and to notify stewards in all rings affected by the conflict so judges may more easily work around any conflicts.
When there is a conflict, the exhibitor should inform the steward/judge at the performance ring ahead of time of a possible conflict and make every effort to be available for judging prior to the conclusion of the class. If an exhibitor misses a scheduled judging time, the judge has the discretion to allow that exhibitors breed at the end of the class. However, if and once the judging of the specific class has been completed, the exhibitor shall not be eligible to compete and will be marked absent. The judges decision is final.
TOTAL DOG TOTAL JUNIOR
Total Dog Award: To be eligible for a Total Dog award, a dog must: (1) On the day of the event, compete in conformation with competition and win one of the following classes: Best or Reserve Best Male/Female of Variety, Best or Reserve Best Male/Female, Best of Winners, Champion, Reserve Champion, Grand Champion, Reserve Grand Champion, Best of Breed, Group 1 through 4 (providing the group placement has competition), Best in Show, or Reserve Best in Show. (2) Earn a qualifying score in a performance event.
Total Junior Award. To be eligible for a Total Junior award, a junior handler must: (1) Compete in the Novice Junior, Novice Senior, Open Junior, or Open Senior class and earn a 1st-4th placement with competition. (2) Earn a qualifying score in any one performance event on the same day the conformation requirement was met.
NOTICE TO EXHIBITORS
All events are held under the Rules and Regulations of the United Kennel Club. By entering this show/trial, exhibitors acknowledge that they are familiar with the rules and regulations of this sport.
Crating must only be done within the designated crating areas.
Absolutely no consumption of alcoholic beverages or unprescribed drugs will be allowed while participating in a UKC Licensed event.
It is expressly understood that exhibitors alone are responsible for the behavior of their dogs and/or children. Any exhibitor whose dogs and/or children create unnecessary disturbances or repeatedly engage in unsafe or disruptive behavior may, at the discretion of the Event Committee, be asked to leave the show site. In that case, no refund of any fees paid will be made.
UKC, the host club, their agents, and their employees assume no responsibility for any loss, damage, or injury sustained by spectators or by exhibitors, or to any of their dogs or property, and further assume no responsibility for injury to children not under the control of their parents or guardians. Parents are required to supervise their children on the show grounds. Children are not allowed to play on any equipment on the show site. UKC, the host club, and the facility are not responsible for loss, accidents, or theft.
Dogs may arrive any time prior to their scheduled time of judging. Dogs not required for further judging are not required to remain at the ring.
The No Smoking rule will be strictly enforced in all buildings, show lawns, crating areas, and other areas within 25 feet of doors. No use of electronic cigarettes or vaping devices will be allowed in the no smoking areas.
Exhibitors and dog owners are expected and required to clean up after their own dogs. Any person witnessing a violation of this rule must report it to the Event Committee. The Event Committee may ask any person violating this rule to leave the event grounds. No refund will be made if an exhibitor is asked to leave the grounds.
UKC will vigorously support any hotel that files a complaint about exhibitors who fail to keep their dogs quiet or to clean up after them. UKC will take strong disciplinary action against any offenders.
UKC encourages exhibitors to present their dogs with the least amount of grooming necessary to enable a judge to properly compare each dog with the standard of its breed. Dogs should be bathed, have clean teeth, and have nails cut to a length suitable for the dog to perform the work for which it was bred. UKC enforces rules against artificially altering pigment, coat color, and/or coat texture with products and/or surgical alterations, as outlined in the UKC Rules and Regulations. The judges determination that this rule has been violated shall be final.
Dogs may not be left unattended on a grooming table or when crated in soft mesh crates or exercise pens. No dog may be left in an unlatched or unzippered crate.
Except when being judged or when crated, dogs must be kept on leash.
All exhibitors are expected to abide by the UKC Rules and Regulations and to cooperate with grounds staff, stewards, and club members and volunteers of the host clubs.
Results for This Event
Mar 5, 2023 - OFFICIAL: Sunday, Altered Conformation Show 1 and Show 2
Mar 5, 2023 - OFFICIAL: Sunday, Conformation Show 1 and Show 2
Mar 5, 2023 - OFFICIAL: Sunday, Junior Showmanship Show 1 and Show 2
Mar 5, 2023 - OFFICIAL: Total Junior Sunday
Mar 4, 2023 - OFFICIAL: Saturday, Altered Conformation Show 1 and Show 2
Mar 4, 2023 - OFFICIAL: Saturday, Conformation Show 1 and Show 2
Mar 4, 2023 - OFFICIAL: Saturday, Junior Showmanship Show 1 and Show 2
Mar 4, 2023 - OFFICIAL: Total Junior Saturday
This event was last updated on Fri, Mar 31, 2023