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Breed Seminar
The British Chihuahua Club are holding a breed-specific seminar and judges' hands-on assessment on Saturday 31 October 2015 at Shenstone Village Hall, Lichfield WS14 0LT.  The day will comprise a breed presentation in the morning, with the assessment in the afternoon, at a cost of £25 including lunch.  The assessment is aimed at those judges currently on a Chihuahua breed club B List, who are aspiring to progress on to the A3 list.

The breed presentation only, minus the hands-on assessment, is also open to those interested in learning more about the breed, and will cost £15 including lunch.

Places will be limited in both cases.  If you wish to register an interest, please contact the Hon Secretary:

The British Chihuahua Club
Hon Secretary Mr Adrian Bickers
T: 01462 835641 M: 07970 486461
Email britishchihuahuaclub@gmail.com

2015 Open Show
Our 2015 Open Show was held on Sunday 3rd May 2015 at the friendly venue of Breaks Manor Youth Centre, Link Drive, Hatfield, Herts AL10 8TP.  The weather was rainy this year so judging took place in a single ring indoors.

Smoothcoats were judged by Mrs Diane Fothergill, Longcoats by Mr Eddie Bishop, and Ms Vicky Osborne judged Best in Show.  The principal winners are shown in the picture above. Left to right, they are: our President, Mrs Norma Armstrong; Mr Nick Farrugia with BIS Coltham Crusader avec Cholas; Ms Vicky Hawkins; Longcoat judge Mr Eddie Bishop; Mr Steve Rooney with BPIS Zoya's Kingdom Golden Boy at Yorone; Mrs Pam Bungard with BVIS Ch Ballybroke Mandy; and Mrs Susan Lee and Mrs Sandra Stangoe, with Mrs Stangoe's Reserve BIS Stanghurst Star Attraction and RBPIS Stanghurst Antonio.

British Chihuahua Club 2015 Yearbook
The 2015 Yearbook is now on sale, with results for Chihuahua classes at UK Championship and breed club Open Shows for the year 2014, lists of the top winners and other useful facts and figures, three generation Pedigrees of the year's CC winners, a directory of affix owners, and many pages of full-page advertisements by breeders and exhibitors featuring their beautiful Chihuahuas, most in full colour. You can buy the Yearbook from the Club stall at our Open and Championship shows or buy online with PayPal or a bank card here on this website.

2014 Championship Show
Our 2014 Championship Show took place on Sunday 9th November at the Montem Leisure Centre in Slough, Berkshire. Our judge for Smoothcoats was Mr Francesco Cochetti (Di San Gimignano) while Mr Stephen Goodwin (Lanola) judged Longs, and Best in Show was judged by Amanda Jacks, now Mrs Amanda Cooke (Amarose).

Full results are listed on our Results pages here.

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.

Left to right: Mr T Moran (S/c judge), Mr N Farrugia with Coltham Crusader avec Cholas (RBIS), Mrs L Adams with Hollyel Blue Chalcedony (BIS) and her husband with Hollyel Heart Of Diamonds (BD and BPIS), Mr C Jones (BIS judge), Ms H Senior with Coltham Winter Wonder (RBPIS), Mrs P Bungard with Ch Ballybroke Mandy (BVIS) and Mrs H Davenport-Willis (L/c judge)

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 money
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 ethics

 
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