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Carmel Valley goes to the dogs as annual kennel club show returns

The Del Monte Kennel Club hosted its summer dog show for the first time since 2019 and hundreds more participants showed up to participate. Superintendent Marti Johnson said 400 more dogs were registered for the All Breeds Show than in 2019. “Our sport is growing, good TV coverage makes people very interested in coming and showing their dogs, a lot of young people.” , Johnson said. Most homeowners. brought his particular race to show, but mixed races can participate in the rally and in obedience. “You have to come in two weeks before, you can’t come today without stopping to show up, but we’re welcome if you have. A dog we want you here,” Johnson said. At the English Sheep Dog store, hair was flying while contestants were ready and groomed for the ring, an effort that takes about an hour. “This is the right English coat. They have very hard outer coat and soft bottom coat, just to wet this dog takes about 15-20 minutes, they are kind of water repellent,” Christine Pesche said, while teasing her dog . Blue hair. Meanwhile, other participants exceeded the beauty standards of traditional breeds. Roxanne Aimes and her sister brought three plain natural Brussels Griffins, removing the clippings and docking their animals. “There are more of us with the naturals trying to make them more popular and accepted, accepted by the judges, it’s a slow process but it doesn’t matter because we like them a lot,” Aimes said. The dog show is open to the public and will run until Sunday. Parking costs $ 10 per vehicle.

The Del Monte Kennel Club hosted its summer dog show for the first time since 2019 and hundreds more participants showed up to participate.

Superintendent Marti Johnson said 400 more dogs were registered for the All Breeds Show than in 2019.

“Our sport is growing, good TV coverage makes people very interested in coming and showing their dogs, a lot of young people,” Johnson said.

Most owners have brought their particular breed to show, but mixed breeds can participate in the rally and in obedience.

“You have to come in two weeks in advance, you can’t come today, there is no drop in presentation, but we welcome you if you have a dog that we love here,” Johnson said.

In the English Sheep Dog tent, the hair was flying while the contestants were ready and groomed for the ring, an effort that takes about an hour.

“This is the right English coat. They have very hard outer coat and soft bottom coat, just to wet this dog takes about 15-20 minutes, they are kind of water repellent,” Christine Pesche said, while teasing her dog . Blue hair.

Meanwhile, other participants exceeded the beauty standards of traditional breeds. Roxanne Aimes and her sister brought three plain natural Brussels Griffins, removing the clippings and docking their animals.

“We’re more with the natives trying to make them more popular and accepted, accepted by the judges, it’s a slow process but we don’t care because that’s how we like it so much,” Aimes said.

The dog show is open to the public and will run until Sunday. Parking costs $ 10 per vehicle.

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