First Ramsey dog show raises £600 for armed forces charity
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The inaugural Ramsey Dog Club show for prize pooches raised £600 for Hounds for Heroes, a charity providing assistance dogs to help injured personnel from the armed forces or emergency services.
Held at the 1940s Camp, where the club runs its regular classes, the show featured a number of categories, such as prettiest bitch and handsomest dog, as well as a section for pedigrees.
There were also fun agility-based contests, such as fastest recall, and rosettes were presented to all the winners.
Club member and photographer for the day, Lianne Hulatt, whose photo sales helped to boost the fundraising total, said: “It was a really good turnout – we had 65 entries for the show ring.
“We wanted to do something that was for everybody and there was a really nice relaxed atmosphere.”
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Organisers thanked Fish4Dogs for its support, as well all those who helped make the event a success, and planning for the next show is already underway.
Obedience classes are held on Mondays from 7-7.45pm for puppies; 8-9pm for intermediates; and 9.15-10pm for advanced. Agility sessions are held on Sundays from 10-11am and 11am-12noon. For more details, call Di Gumbley on 01487 815452 or search for ‘Ramsey Dog Club’ on Facebook.
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