Northern California Angora Guild

Saturday, October 04, 2008

Doug And Greg And Their Show Dogs

Doug and Greg have a lot of success in dog shows. Doug's French Bulldog recently made the cover of the breed magazine, what an accomplishment!

Doug has a new "hot" dog coming up. He is still a puppy but has all the signs of becoming a top show dog.

Greg's breed is Brussels Griffon. Doug and Greg also co-own Toy Fox Terriers. The last picture shows DD the Burssels Griffon and Billy the Toy Fox Terrier.

Friday, October 03, 2008

More Scenes At the RPSCV Show

Elsa holding her French Angora like a baby.

Jennifer and hubby Mike manning the KW booth. Jennifer is one of the two assistant secretaries at the Louisville convention.

Troy judging French Angora with Gabrielle writing down the comments.

Larry working at the King Feed booth.

Keelyn with the new puppy that is being trained as a service dog.

Keelyn judging American Fuzzy Lop.

The Best of Breed Fuzzy Lop in show B. This buck was the youth double Best In Show winner two years ago in the same show.

After a successful show day, John packs up his Flemish Giant and French Angora to ready for the road home.

Thursday, October 02, 2008

More Activities at the RPSCV Show

Halloween is getting close!

Adams 4-H club display.

Scary cat decoration.

Rabbit race.

Could you believe that a French Angora is way ahead in the race?

RPSCV has the best raffle in the show circuit.

RPSCV members collect donation and buy on sale items for this huge raffle.

Rabbit Producers of Santa Clara Valley does not just put on a rabbit show. Members of this club work all year long to plan for this day. The rafflle is huge and there are lots and lots of youth activities that keep the youth interested.

Here are some pictures of these fun things that was going on during the show.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Rabbit Dress Up Contest

Each year the RPSCV club finds all sorts of activities to keep the youth entertained.

One of these activities is rabbit dress up contest. Dominique and Elsa both participated with their French Angora. Elsa won with the "Baby Doll" costume on her sable point Frenchie.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

A Handsome Couple

We have not seen our handsome judge Doug in shows for a while. He has been busy with his job and showing dogs.

In September he came back to judge rabbit shows in our area two weekends in a row. At the RPSCV show in Watsonville, his partner Greg came with him. They met in the dog show circuit; both are serious about their dogs. Greg is a veterinarian and researcher at the university in So. CA. He is very nice and knowledgeable.

What a handsome couple! We would like to see both of them more often in our shows.

Monday, September 29, 2008

Youth Winners At The Rabbit Producer Show

At the Rabbit Producers of Santa Clara Valley at Watsonville, youth show A Best In Show was a Mini Lop and Reserve In Show was a Mini Satin as shown in the top picture. The two youth are pictured with their rabbits and judge Doug.

In youth show B, the Best In Show went to the Dutch and Reserve In Show went to the Satin.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

Marie Wins Double All Breed Best In Show

From left to right, Doug, Betty with English Angora, Keelyn with Florida White and Troy. Doug and Troy jointly selected the Best In Show/Reserve In Show.

Betty and Marie in front of the Best In Show prize: a very nice chair.

Betty with Marie and Ashley with her California. Betty gets a chair and Ashley gets a blanket.

Rabbit Producers of Santa Clara Valley held its annual show at Watsonville on Saturday. This club has been in existence since 1952 and keeps the tradition of holding one show a year.

Betty's tort senior doe Marie wins all breed Best In Show in both show A and show B.

The Reserve In Show in show A is Ashley's Californian.

The Reserve In Show in show B is Keelyn's Florida White.