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The Companion Dog Show

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Enjoy this hugely-popular event at the Claygate Flower & Village Show. Enter your dog for £2 per Class, and your four-legged friend could win one of the many coveted rosettes.
Entries taken on the day.
Entries on field from 1.30pm.
Judging starts at 2.30pm.

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Held in conjunction with the Claygate Flower & Village Show, by kind permission of the Kennel Club.
Organiser Alison Wilde (07718 042821).
Rosettes in all Classes from 1st to 5th. Judging will take place in Two Rings.

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Entrants to the Companion Dog Show must purchase Admission Tickets to the Claygate Flower & Village Show. CC, RCC & Junior Warrant winners may not compete in the Pedigree classes.

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The Classes and Timetable

Pedigree Classes

1.      Any Variety Puppy (6-12 months)
2.  Any Variety Junior (12-18 months)
3.  Any Variety Sporting (Hounds, Gundogs, Terriers)
4.  Any Variety Non-Sporting (Toys, Utility, Working, Pastoral)
5.  Any Variety Open

Novelty Classes

6.     Best Veteran Dog or Bitch (7 years or over)
7. Best Trick
8. Dog the Judge would most like to take home
9. Best Cross Bred
10. Best Six Legs
11. Handsomest Dog
12. Prettiest Bitch
13. Best Rescue
14. Best Condition
15. Brace or Irish Brace
16.    Best Sausage Catcher


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The popular website Treasure Hunt returns this year. This time you're looking for this poor rabbit's carrots!  More>

This year you need to search the website for the picture above. Just one of them will take you to the MAZE where this poor rabbit has lost a bunch of carrots. Please help find them!

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What's going to be in the Stalls Village?
See a list of stalls

The Stalls Village has become a firm favourite in The Show over the years.  This year we have a great line up of stalls for you!

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Enter an exhibit in the arts and crafts classes!  Look at this winner from 2014.

While the origin of The Show is fruit, vegetable and flower exhibits, there are now many well contested classes in the arts and crafts arena.  Take a look and give it a try!