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Poodle Papers Summer 2006 part 5

Poodle Papers Summer 2006 part 5

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The purposes of The Poodle Club of America, Inc., are to create, foster and promote interest in Poodles by encouraging their breeding in accordance with the Standard of the ideal Poodle. To this end, to endeavor to make the Standard of the ideal Poodle better known so the best interests of the breed may be advanced. Also, to encourage the exhibition of Poodles at all-breed and Specialty Shows and at Obedience Trials. The Poodle Club of America publishes a quarterly newsletter entitled The Poodle Papers, editor, Leslie Newing.
The purposes of The Poodle Club of America, Inc., are to create, foster and promote interest in Poodles by encouraging their breeding in accordance with the Standard of the ideal Poodle. To this end, to endeavor to make the Standard of the ideal Poodle better known so the best interests of the breed may be advanced. Also, to encourage the exhibition of Poodles at all-breed and Specialty Shows and at Obedience Trials. The Poodle Club of America publishes a quarterly newsletter entitled The Poodle Papers, editor, Leslie Newing.

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The Poodle Papers / Summer Edition 
Page 44
 
The Poodle Papers / Summer Edition 
Page 45
 
The Poodle Papers / Summer Edition 
American Kennel Club News ArticleBreeders Symposium in Branson, Mis-souri
Breeders' SymposiumPresented by the American Kennel Club andAKC Canine Health FoundationSaturday, August 19 & Sunday, August 20, 2006
Register Now!Lodge of the Ozarks3431 West Highway 76Branson, MO 65616Phone: (877) 337-5474Saturday 8:30 am - 5:00 pmSunday 8:00 am - 5:00 pmRegistration opens Saturday at 7:30 amCost $110.00Includes Conference Material Featuring Future Dog:Breeding for Genetic Soundness, ABC's of Breeding, andBreakfast & Lunch Saturday & SundayTopics to include:Special Guest Speaker: Dr. Carmen BattagliaThe Road to a Better Dog: Pedigrees, Nutrition andManagementSpecial Guest Speaker: Pat HastingsPicking the Perfect PuppySpecial Guest Speaker: Dr. Richard FordCanine Vaccines and VaccinationLiz Hansen, Eddie Dziuk, Greg Keller
For More Information:AKCRonald Rella212-696-8303e-mail: rnr@akc.org
AKC CHFErika Werne888-682-9696e-mail: eaw@akcchf.org
Registration limited to 150 attendees
with the objects and interest of both the AKC breed ParentClub and the AKC. If standards, on the other hand, are sosimilar as to be practically identical as opposed to describ-ing significantly different dogs, judging these specialty eventswould appear to be supporting events in conflict with AKCevents, just for the sake of supporting them.There are a number of cases where AKC admitted new breedsin spite of significant opposition by proponents of thosebreeds. In some cases, accreditation involved AKC workingwith a breed club that sought AKC registration, while an-other club opposed it, seeking to remain independent, whichwas it prerogative.AKC believes that it has an obligation, as do its approved judges, to fully and exclusively support the club that is theAKC Parent Club. AKC respects the right of any other clubto remain independent and to maintain its own registry. How-ever, AKC has no obligation to actively support such orga-nizations by having its approved judges officiate at theirevents. It is also under no obligation to approve as judgesthose individuals who wish to maintain a significant inter-est, as defined by the policy, in organizations that wish toremain independent from and in competition with the AKCbreed Parent Club.
cont. from page 31Page 46
in BV competition .BV- CH Rio's Avalon Vanilla Skye (a cream bitch) Owners: CyndiChaddock &Brian Cordoba. Breeders: C. Chaddock &B. Corboba & K. Vankerschave & T. Chaddock.- Handler:BrianCordoba.BOS- CH Mon Coeur Celebration (a black dog ) Owner: JudeeBrowning.Breeders: Tray Pittman & Paul Flores & JudeeBrowning - Handler (on the day) : Ann Rairigh.Awards of Merit:CH Durandel Designer Dress (a white bitch)CH Ebb- Tide's Callicoat On Parade (a black bitch)CH Aery It's All About Eve At Alegria (a silver bitch)Cinbren BarKing Crystal ( a white bitch)
cont. from page 39
Best Miniature Puppy -Awarded to the WDBest Miniature Bred By Exhibitor-Bar Kings Dang Good Diogee( a black bitch in puppy trim)
Overall, I found the overall lack of quality in dogs very con-cerning . Bitchclasses were much more competitive.I would like to encourage miniature breeders to contact mein connection with any news, concerns, etc. Whatevertroubles you or what you would like to share with others iswelcome and will be treated with as much discretion as youdesire. I am here to help in any way I can, and I need yourinput in order to be as effective as possible in my capacityas Miniature Poodle Representative. Please keep in mindthat as a whole, there is a lot to be accomplished in ourvariety, and much can be achieved by sharing our knowl-edge and experiences.Additionally, I see myself as a sounding board, anxious tohear about your desires and concerns, your ideas concern-ing how this club can best serve you . In this regard ,I wouldlike to hear from all members, not only miniature breedersand fanciers.I can be reached by e-mail @ aizcorbel@bellsouth.net
Luis Aizcorbe cont.

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