Shetland Sheepdog Specialty Show May 10, 2015 Harjavalta

Entry

Entry and entry fees/Entries by post and by internet
Entry time will be close
by post 31.3.2015 (stamped)
by internet 10.4.2015

Entry by Post until 31.3.2015

Entries by post must be made on the Finnish Kennel Club entry form and sent to address:

Shetland Sheepdog Specialty Show 2015
c/o Ainonkatu 7
FI-38710 KANKAANPÄÄ
FINLAND

Entry form, in pdf-format 

Entry by internet: latest day 10.4.2015 koiranayttelyt.com


NOTE! When you enter your dog via the internet entry the entry fee will be paid to bank account. Below You can see the bank accountnumber.
It is NOT possible to pay with credit card. (for Finnish residents internet bank payment is possible). Please pay in advance to the bank account, then fill out the entry form.
Follow the instructions given by the system.

Only dogs whose entry fees are paid and entry forms sent by post
latest 31.3.2015 (stamped) or entry fees paid and entries made via internet latest 10.4.2015 will be accepted. Entry forms posted or entries made via internet too late will be returned and bank charges will be charged for handling return money.


Payments:

 by post, stamped and via internet)
 


1st  dog

40 €

2nd dog the same owners an so on...

37 €

pupies and veterans

35 €

over 10 years veteran

Free

 

 

 

 

 
Payments to be made to the

BANK:  
NORDEA/Shetlanninlammaskoirat

BIC/SWIFT:            NDEAFIHH
IBAN:         
FI39 1026 3000 4061 91
INDEX NUMBER:     220

Use INDEX !!!

Remember to enclose the copy or receipt of the payment with the entry form. Entry forms without a copy of the receipt will not be accepted.

Other instructions:
Please enclose a Championship Certificate to enter at Champion Class or a WCC (Working Class Certificate) for Working Class. If the certificate is missing the dog will be automatically entered in Open Class.

By signing the entry form the exhibitor guarantees to obey the valid Show Regulations and Vaccination Intructions of the Finnish Kennel Club.

.Information


Enquiries of the entries:
Monday - Friday between 18:30 – 21:30

tel. int. +358 46 668 7657

e-mail: harjavalta.nayttely@gmail.com


Enquiries of the entries and other enquiries:
Monday - Friday between 18:30 – 21:30
tel. int. +358 46 592 1078
e-mail:   harjavalta.nayttely@gmail.com

Please, read the following rules and regulations carefully before entering the dog show.

Identification

Since 1.1.2001 all the dogs that are participating at the show must be identified by a microchip or clearly readable tattoo. Microchip must be in accordance with ISO 11784/11785 Standard.

Anti-doping

The Anti-Doping rules, approved by the Council of the Finnish Kennel Club have come into force on 1.1.2007. These rules concern all the shows, trials and tests approved by the Finnish Kennel Club. Visit also our Anti-Doping site for current information.

Cropped and docked dogs

Dogs born before 1.1.2001 can be shown in both shows and competitions, even if cropped and docked, no matter the origin. This includes Finnish bred dogs. Cropped and docked dogs born after 1.1.2001 are not permitted to compete in shows and competitions.

Other instructions:

Double-handling is not permitted in any form at all. In case of infringement, the dogs concerned may be disqualified.

By signing the entry form the exhibitor guarantees to obey the valid Show Regulations and Vaccination Intructions of the Finnish Kennel Club.

Copy of the Registration Certificate is needed only when the dog is registered by a Kennel Club not recognized by the FCI.

All dogs must arrive at the dog show one hour prior to the judging time allocated to their breed.

Remember to bring with you the ring card, registration papers and vaccination certificates, your dog’s water bowl, pet bed, a strong collar and lead, also a show lead.


Vaccination instructions

The show is subject to the vaccination directions approved by the Finnish Kennel Club. All dogs participating in the Show or trials must have a valid certificate of vaccination against distemper and rabies.

Please, check the custom regulations for importing dogs to Finland. Check also your own country's regulations when turning back.

Distemper vaccinations

The dog must be vaccinated at least twice against distemper and at least 21 days must have expired between the second (booster) vaccine and the Show before dogs may be shown or participate in trials. Vaccinations for dogs under one year old are valid for a year. Booster vaccinations for dogs over one year old are valid according to the recommendations of the manufacturing laboratory.

If a distemper vaccination has expired it must be renewed 21 days before the Show or trials at the latest (three weeks warning period).

Rabies vaccination

At least 21 days must have expired between the dog's first rabies vaccination before the dog may take part in the show or competitions (three weeks warning period).

Rabies vaccination given to a dog under one year old is valid for one year. From then on the Rabies vaccinations are valid according to the recommendations of the manufacturing laboratory. If rabies vaccination has expired it must be renewed at least three weeks before showing or competition (three weeks warning period).

Dogs coming from abroad must obey the vaccination instructions by the Finnish Kennel Club as well as Evira´s (Finnish Food Safety Authority) valid import requirements. More instructions: Evira

Please note, that vaccination instructions for the show can be stricter than import requirements.

Further regulations related to infectious diseases:

If the dog catches distemper, infectious hepatitis, kennel cough or other infectious respiratory passage infection, parvo virus diarrhoea or other infectious gastroenteritis, a dog is not allowed to attend shows, tests, or competitions before at least three symptom free weeks have passed. The same limitation applies to symptom free dogs in the same household. External and internal parasite infections shall be duly treated before a dog is allowed to attend shows, tests, or competitions

Classes

DOG SHOW REGULATIONS 

Approved by the Council of the Finnish Kennel Club on 27.11.2011. Valid from 1.1.2012 to 31.12.2016.

Finnish Kennel Club Dog Show Regulations valid from 1.1.2012

Classes

Baby Puppy class 5 – under 7 months  (The Baby Puppy class can only be organised in the speciality shows of breed associations)

Puppy class 7 – under 9 months
Junior class 9 – under 18 months
Intermediate class 15 – under 24months
Open class from 15 months
Champion class from 15 months (a proof of entitlement must be enclosed with the entry form)
Veterans from 8 years

Breeders class
Progeny class (This class can only be organised in a speciality shows of a breed association.)


11. DEFINITION OF CLASSES (from Finnish Kennel Club Show regulations valid from 1.1.2012)

A dog can only be entered in one (1) class at the same show (except for progenyclasses and breeders classes).

Males and bitches are judged separately, apart from the Best of Breed-, Breeders- and Progeny classes, group finals and the Best in Show-competitions.

A dog may only be entered for one of the following classes (a-h)

a) Baby Puppy class (BABY) is a competition class for dogs, which on the day of being shown have reached the age of five (5) months, but have not reached the age of seven (7) months. The judge may award an Honour Prize (KP) to puppies he or she deems worthy of one. The Baby Puppy class can only be organised in the speciality shows of breed associations.

b) Puppy class (PEK) is a competition class for dogs, which on the day of being shown have reached the age of seven (7) months, but have not reached the age of nine (9) months. The judge may award an Honour Prize (KP) to puppies he or she deems worthy of one.

The best male and bitch puppy with an Honour Prize participate in the best puppy competition.

Puppy classes are unofficial and they are organised only if the Show Committee desires so.

The Best in Show Puppy competition can only be organised at speciality shows.8

c) Junior class (JUN) is a quality grading for dogs which, on the day of being shown have reached the age of nine (9) months but have not reached the age of eighteen (18) months.

d) Intermediate class (NUO) is a quality grading for dogs which, on the day of being shown have reached the age of fifteen (15) months but have not reached the age

twenty-four (24) months.

e) Open class (AVO) is a quality grading for dogs which, on the day of being shown have reached the age of fifteen (15) months. There is no upper age limit in this class.

g) Champion class (VAL) quality grading for dogs which, on the day of being shown have reached the age of fifteen (15) months and have been awarded the title of Champion by an FCI-recognised kennel organisation or International Champion. A Finnish Champion must always enter in the Champion class unless the dog is entitled to participate in the Working or Veteran class.

h) Veteran class (VET) quality grading for dogs which, on the day of being shown have reached the age of eight (8) years.

The best veteran dog of its breed which has received the grading excellent may continue to compete for the title of Best in Show Veteran.9

i) Best Male and Best Bitch (PU/PN). Dogs, which have received the grading excellent and placed among the top four in the Junior, Intermediate, Open, Champion, Working or Veteran class and been awarded the title of Certificate Quality (SA) are entitled to participate in this class.

The judge may award a certificate to the best eligible dog that has been awarded the title Certificate Quality (SA), but which has not accumulated the show results required for the title of Finnish Champion. A reserve certificate may be awarded to the second-best dog that has been awarded the title Certificate Quality (SA), but which has not accumulated the show results required for the title of Finnish Champion.

j) Best of Breed (ROP) and Best of Opposite Sex (VSP).

In this class participates the best male dog and the best bitch dog from the Best Male class and the Best Bitch class.

The dog that has been named Best of Breed goes on to compete in the finals for Best in Group (RYP).

k) Breeders class (KAS) is a quality grading for groups of four dogs representing the same breed. The dogs must be bred by the same breeder or registered under the same FCI-approved kennel affix. In addition, the dogs must be awarded the grading excellent or very good at the current show.

A breeder may only take part with one group per breed. If the judge considers the group to be of consistently high quality, it can be awarded an Honour Prize (KP).

Competition class for the Breeders class (KAK). The judge ranks four (4) breeder groups according to order of merit. The best breeders group with an Honour Prize goes on to compete in the finals.

l) Best in Show Breeders class (BIS-KAS). The best breeders group of a breed that has received an Honour Prize participates in this category. The judge ranks the four (4) best groups in order of merit.

m) Progeny class (JÄL) is a quality grading for groups of four offspring of a male or bitch of the same breed that have been awarded the grading excellent or very good. This class can only be organised in a speciality shows of a breed association.

If the judge considers the group to be of consistently high quality, it can be awarded an Honour Prize (KP).

Competition class for the Progeny class (JÄK). The judge ranks four (4) progeny groups according to order of merit. The best progeny group with an Honour Prize goes on to compete in the finals.10

n) Best in Show Veteran (BIS-VET) for the best breed representatives that have competed in Veteran class. The judge ranks the four (4) best dogs in order of merit.

o) Best in Group (RYP) for the winners of Best of Breed in their own groups. The four (4) best dogs in each group are placed.

p) Best in Show (BIS) is for the Best in Group winners. The four (4) best dogs are placed.

Gradings

The following gradings are to be awarded:

Excellent – red ribbon
Very Good – blue ribbon
Good – yellow ribbon
Sufficient – green ribbon
Disqualified – grey ribbon
Cannot be judged – brown ribbon
CC quality (CQ) – pink ribbon


Judges report

Every dog participating will receive a judge's report.

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