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Dogs NSW Dog of the Year - Jan 28


Close to 200 award-winning pedigree canines will gather at Orchard Hills on Saturday 28th January to compete in the Dogs NSW - Dog of the Year event, promising a night of great excitement and atmosphere!

Labradors, French Bulldogs, German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers and more! “The dogs on show are the crème de la crème of the dog world,” said Lyn Brown, President of Dogs NSW, the controlling body of purebred dog breeding and exhibiting in NSW and a member body of the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC).

“These top dogs will compete for the ultimate award which celebrates the best overall appearance, construction, unique breed features, health and temperament.”

Photo (and above) Credit: Ffire Photography
For the Dog of the Year, an entrant must have won a Best in Show at an All Breeds Championship Show in order to qualify to participate. 
For Puppy/ Neuter of the Year, the entrant must have won a Puppy/ Neuter Class in Show at an All Breeds Championship Show.

Canine winners and runners-up will be determined by nine mystery judges to be revealed on the night. Dogs won’t be the only winners – there will also be a ‘Best Dressed Lady & Gentleman Handler’ award with a cash prize!

Hosted by the Dogs NSW Complex Fundraising Committee in partnership with major sponsor Royal Canin, the premier event showcases top show dogs and puppies in their breed for 2016.



The Dogs NSW Show Dog, Puppy and Neuter of the Year event is proudly sponsored by Royal Canin


When: Saturday 28th January 2017, from 5pm

Where: Bill Spilstead Complex for Canine Affairs, Orchard Hills, NSW


For more information, visit www.dogsnsw.org.au


About Dogs NSW

Dogs NSW is the controlling body of purebred dog breeding and exhibiting in New South Wales. The association promotes responsible dog breeding, showing, obedience, agility, working and sporting dog trials and other canine-related activities, as well as the ownership of temperamentally and physically sound purebred dogs by individuals in NSW.

Dogs NSW has over 10,000 members, with over 300 affiliated breed and kennel clubs throughout NSW. More than 50 of these affiliated clubs conduct dog training classes as a community service in local government areas, normally on a weekly basis. Dogs NSW is a member body of the Australian National Kennel Council (ANKC).
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