Hamilton Kennel Club’s Annual Dog Show

Marguerite Gosen of Waterloo prepares Rabbie for his showing in the Herding Group class for dogs between 12-18 months at the Hamilton Kennel Clubs Annual Dog Show at Ancaster Fairgrounds. The show runs through the weekend.

 

Stephanie Wilkins of Highgate and her Alaskan Malamute Hawk have a little chat before his showing in the Working group at the Hamilton Kennel Clubs Annual Show at the Ancaster Fairgrounds. Hawk is currently the best Alaskan Malamute in Canada. The show runs through the weekend.

 

Karen Schut does her shih tzu Tori’s hair in preparation for showing Friday afternoon at the Hamilton Kennel Clubs Annual Show at the Ancaster Fairgrounds. Tori is a grand champion shih tzu in Canada and an American Champion in the U.S.. Schut’s is one of the few breeder, owner, handlers at the show.

 

Liz Lewis of Manitoulin Island introduces one year old Kaia Sheedy to her Scottie Haggis Friday afternoon at the Hamilton Kennel Clubs Annual Show at the Ancaster Fairgrounds.

 

Christina Heard shows her Newfoundland Tr’ Ever Friday afternoon at the Hamilton Kennel Clubs Annual Show at the Ancaster Fairgrounds.

Cynthia Dayson of Brantford holds her Pekingese “Fame” in preparation for inspection by judge Jacqueline Rusby Friday afternoon at the Hamilton Kennel Clubs Annual Show at the Ancaster Fairgrounds. Fame went on to win best baby in show.

Cynthia Dayson of Brantford holds her Pekingese “Fame” for inspection by judge Jacqueline Rusby Friday afternoon at the Hamilton Kennel Clubs Annual Show at the Ancaster Fairgrounds. Fame went on to win best baby in show.

Judge Jacqueline Rusby at work, right.

Photographing a champion.

Championship ribbons at the ready. Cathie Coward/ Hamilton Spectator

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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