Welcome to The British Chihuahua Club
2014 Championship Show - entries close Friday
Our Championship Show will be held at Blackbird Leys Leisure Centre in Oxford on Sunday
9th November. We are pleased to have Mr Francesco Cochetti (Di San Gimignano)
judging Smoothcoats and Mr Stephen Goodwin (Lanola) for Longs, while Best in Show will
be judged by Amanda Jacks (Amarose).
Schedules are available on request by writing to the Hon Secretary at
the address below, or can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking these links.
Please note that there is one form for entering Longcoats and a different form
to enter Smoothcoats:
Entry Form - LONGCOAT
Entry Form - SMOOTHCOAT
The British Chihuahua Club|
Hon Secretary Mr Guy Hazlehurst
14 Stonefield Park
We will shortly begin taking advertisements for the 2015 Yearbook, currently in preparation.
Prices for advertisements will be the same as last year, and anyone whose ad is booked and
paid for by 30th November again qualifies for a free copy. We are considering accepting
advertisement bookings online with payment by PayPal and if this would be of interest to you,
please let us know either by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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2014 Open Show
The British Chihuahua Club Open Show was held on Sunday 4th May at Breaks Manor Youth Centre in
Hatfield. Smoothcoats were judged by Mr Tony Moran and longcoats by Mrs Helen Davenport-Willis,
while Mr Clive Jones judged Best in Show. Principal winners are shown below.
2013 Championship Show
The British Chihuahua Club's 2013 Championship Show was held on Sunday 10th November at the Blackbird
Leys Leisure Centre near Oxford. Mrs Liz Cartledge judged 197 Longcoats and gave BOB to Adams'
Ch Hollyel London Blue Topaz JW with Best Puppy going to Elliott & Gadsby's Peakvalley's Madam
Mim. Amanda Jacks judged 128 Smoothcoats and her BOB, Davies & Day's Ch Sundowner Play Misty
For Me at Dachida's and BP Reefs Lutgens' El La Qwinta's Chico's Angelina went BIS and BPIS
under our BIS judge Mrs Shelda Hornby. Best Veteran in Show was Barbara Entwistle's Fridy Dangermouse.
Don't be tricked out of your
With the continuing popularity of Chihuahuas, people desperate to obtain a puppy are sending
off large amounts of money to people they've never met for dogs they've never seen.
Sadly many of them never receive the puppy they were promised, or ever see their money
again. Read our page Buying A Chihuahua to
see how the Club can put you in touch with Club members who may have puppies for sale.
Our members are obliged to abide by our code of