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2018 SHOW DATES


22nd April
Open Show

(held with Collie Association at Baginton)
Smooth Judge: Mrs Jane Gay (Yagane)
Rough Judge: Mr John Geddes (Ingledene)
SAC (Smooths only) Mrs Hannah Walder

Saturday 16th June
Smooth Collie of the Year
(Baginton)

Saturday 1st September
Smooth Collie Club Championship Show
(held with City of Birmingham Ch show at Stoneleigh)

Judge: Val Geddes

 

Championship Show September 2017
RESULTS

 

SMOOTH COLLIE OF THE YEAR
Results and Photos HERE

 

 


SMOOTH COLLIE SHOW RESULTS AND CRITIQUES

 


Forthcoming show dates, results and breeders

 

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2018 CALENDAR NOW AVAILABLE IN OUR
ONLINE SHOP

 

Following its meeting on 12th July 2016, the Kennel Club has agreed to the Club's request to remove the Smooth Collie from Breed Watch with the point of concern 'excessively small eyes'.  

Mandatory judges' monitoring will no longer be necessary.

For further information, please contact
Bev White

 


News - July 2016 - COLLIES AND DACHSHUNDS BORN WITH RECESSIVE COAT TYPE NOW ELIGIBLE TO BE REGISTERED IN CORRESPONDING BREED


Collies and Dachshunds born in litters of a different coat type to that of their parents, due to recessive genes, are now eligible to be entered in the register of the breed to which their coat most closely conforms, the Kennel Club has announced. Annex D to Regulation B2 has been amended - When Collies (Smooth) are mated any dog in the resulting litter shall be eligible for entry in the register of the breed to which its coat most closely conforms. Therefore, progeny may also be registered as Collies (Rough).

Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: “It makes sense that Collies and Dachshunds born with a different coat type to that of their parents should be eligible to be entered in the register of the breed to which their coat most closely conforms, especially as a precedent already exists with the Belgian Shepherd Dog and Chihuahua breeds. However, we would point out that the Kennel Club reserves the right to DNA profile any litters where parentage may be in question. Also, in the case of Dachshunds, we would emphasise that this latest amendment to the regulations is about coat type only and does not allow for the interchange of Dachshunds between the two sizes.”