The Tradition Continues... Dog Days of Denver Showcase of the Performing Arfs Exhibitors, Vendors and Spectators
The official term for dog shows is conformation — as in, the act of conforming or producing conformity. . Dogs are not being compared to each other; they’re being measured by how closely they conform to the standard of their particular breed. In obedience and Rally.dogs follow specific commands by the handler.
You can literally feel the anticipation in the air as the dogs line up and wait for a Flyball relay race to begin. As soon as the gun fires, each dog dashes over a line of low hurdles to reach a box. Once there, they use their paws to push a spring-loaded pad and release a tennis ball into the air that they catch and bring back to their handlers. Once back to the starting line, the next dog takes his turn.
The CGC Test and Trick Dog will be held onSaturday & Sunday
between the hours of 1:00 pm & 3:00 pm.
Location will be listed at the show site. Participants need to check in at Club Table.
Cost: $15.00 to be donated to the Colorado Federation of Dog Clubs
1. Please bring proof of vaccinations.
2. If your dog has an AKC or ILP Number, Please bring it.
3. Please bring a 10 foot lead, if possible. (two 6 feet leads tied together is ok) Evaluator: Mary DeLisa
Several breeds will be available in Meet the Breeds. Visitors are encouraged to visit with the dogs and ask questions about the breed. A schedule will be posted at the show.
Colorado Kennel Club