Category Archives: Events

Events that might be of interest to club members, but are not officially sponsored by the club.

2018 Chesapeake Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club Calendars On Sale NOW!

Purchase Your 2018 Calendar Today!
Our calendar is one of the only Cardigan Welsh Corgi calendars available.
You may purchase your calendar in person or by mail.
 
PRICE
Pickup calendar in person: $10.00 per calendar
Calendar mailed to you: $13.00 per calendar
  • If you would like to pick up your calendar in person you may do so at the October 14, 2017 Specialty at the Howard County Fairgrounds or at the next Club Meeting/Holiday Party in December.
  • To be sure that a calendar will be available you may purchase it in advance for $10 per calendar and pick it up in person at the specialty show or club meeting

11th Annual Regional Specialties – Autumn Classic

See our flyer here! [pdf]

October 12–15, 2017

Thursday, October 12, 2017
Held in conjunction with Catoctin Kennel Club
Judge: Ken Rayner

Friday, October 13, 2017
SUPPORTED ENTRY
Held in conjunction with Catonsville Kennel Club
Judge: Anne Kennedy Clifton
Pending AKC approval

Saturday, October 14, 2017
Held in conjunction with Catonsville Kennel Club
Sweeps Judge: Philip Myers
Judge: Peter Clifton (Joseter UK)
Pending AKC approval

Sunday, October 15, 2017
Held in conjunction with National Capital Kennel Club
Sweeps Judge: Lisa Warren
Judge: Sandra Wolfskill

Superintendent is MB-F. Entries close September 27, 2017.

Herding Instinct Test -August 20th

On August 20, starting at 9am, our club is sponsoring an AKC regulated Herding Instinct Test. The judge will be Susan Rhoades of Keepstone Farm. The instinct test will be held at:
Hog Dog Productions
470 Ski Ln
Millersville, MD

There is a limit for the day of 30 runs. We are trying to get an approximate count on the number of dogs to be tested.

The cost is $40 per run. You can pay via cash or preferred is by check made out to CCWCC.

Please send an email to the Herding Instinct Secretary, Rebecca Winkler at if you plan to bring your dog(s) and the total number to be tested. This in no way obligates you to attend, but provides a basic head count so the club can decide if we should open the herding instinct testing to Pem Club as well.