This year’s annual online dog show is upon us again and as it has been a busy few weeks for Futures for Dogs. We have more puppy farm dogs and abuse cases needing extra medical care and sadly even one that has been born in foster with us. We are again lucky to have some very special friends on board as judges and we hope that you will all join in again with our on line show and have lots of fun doing so.
The competition starts 8pm Wednesday 18th September and will close at 8pm on Saturday 28th September. Any entries received after this time will not be considered.
The Judges’ decisions are final and will be announced on Sunday 29th September.
Please remember this is a competition for your pets so, unless stated otherwise, humans are not to be in any of the photos. Any photos entered with adults for the wrong class will not be entered and will be disqualified.
Each entry is £2 per class or you may submit 3 pictures for £5. Payment details are below.
To enter your pictures, please email us your photos and the category you wish to enter to email@example.com. Please include your name & your pet’s name(s)/age(s) and confirmation of payment method. Please do not send pics without confirmation of payment method.
Photos will be uploaded to class albums on receipt of payment. Don’t forget closing date is 8pm Saturday 28th September
Winners will receive a winner’s certificate.
Winners of each category will be automatically entered free of charge to Dog of the Show.
RESCUE CLASS – Please email a short piece of information about where and how your dog came to you.
THE TWIST – The first 3 winners of FFD rescue will receive certificates and, along with next 3 best winners, will ha. ve the honour of being placed in next year’s calendar.
Each entry is £2 per class or you may submit 3 pictures for £5
Pay pal your donation to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please mark it “Pet Show” with your name and pet’s name.
Payment into our bank account at any Lloyds TSB. Bank details are: Futures for Dogs Sort code 30 93 34 Account 3127768. Please mark it “Pet Show” with your name and pet’s name.
Photos will be uploaded to class albums on receipt of payment.
We hope you all enjoy this competition and have lots of fun taking your wonderful snaps. If you have any questions please email email@example.com.
Our Judges are :
Our good friend and supporter, actor Cameron Jack, who has just completed filming Wandering Rose. He has recently appeared in The Dark Knight Rises. Some of you may know him from The Bill; Waterloo Road; Quick Cuts; You, Me & Them; Man Down; He Kills Coppers; Doctors; Taggart; Puny Humans; The Stephen Lawrence Murder Trial; The Vanishing Man and Harry’s Mad.
The brave and wonderful Pelucchi, who has supported all our our online fund-raising and events for a while now. He is a 3-year-old tripawd Yorkshire Terrier, who was born with a badly deformed front leg . When he reached 6 months old his Vet decided it would be kinder to amputate his leg.
Pelucchi says “Three weeks after my amputation I woke up with a smile on my face, a wag in my tail and a spring in my step and I haven’t stopped since! I worked hard and passed my Kennel Club Bronze and Silver Good Citizen Awards, tried my paw at Rally Obedience and now attend Agility lessons at weekends if I’m not off to a dog show or off on one of my charity walks. I love ballies and will do anything for them, I usually find old tatty ballies out on my walks.
Last year I completed 14.6 miles in aid of Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. I intend to do the same walk later this year. I have already completed a 9 km walk for Thames Hospice care, a 6 mile walk for The Deaf Dog Network, as well as a 5 km Race for Life which I am proud to say I was all in pink! As well as taking part in charity & fund-raising, I attend dog shows to support other charities and also enter online photo shows – every little helps. ”
Our next judge is the wonderful Bubbly Lorraine Chase :
Lorraine shot to fame in the Campari adverts as a cheeky cockney (and still is cheeky today). She may be better known to you all for her parts in Emmerdale; My Family; Doctors and I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out Of Here. Lorraine adores dogs and supports several dog rescues. She has recently returned from a trip to Bulgaria where she personally rescued some very vulnerable dogs.
Our final judge is Rachael Millar, acting editor of Dogs Today magazine. She shares her life with rescue collie cross Mia and spends her days campaigning for a better world for dogs
JUDGE – Rachel Millar
BEST FAMILY GROUP (includes humans. Must be one or more dogs in home)
HANDSOMEST MALE DOG
VETERANS (DOGS 8YRS & OVER)
JUDGE – Cameron Jack
BEST RESCUE (Any rescue dog not from FFD)
BEST ODD BRACE (2 dogs that are totally different in breed & size that live together )
JUDGE – Pelucchi
BEST MONGREL /CROSSBREED /GOOD OLD FASHIONED HEINZ 57
BEST PUPPY (4mths old – 10 mths old)
MOST APPEALING EYES (can include humans)
JUDGE – Lorraine Chase
BEST FUTURES FOR DOGS RESCUE (this is winners only for first 3 places but a further 3 best entrants will be chosen and all 6 dogs will be placed in this year’s calendar)
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN (your fabulous dogs from rainbow bridge)
DOG OF THE SHOW