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Celebrate the club's 70th Anniversary!
The British Chihuahua Club was founded on 22nd May 1949.  This year sees our 70th (Platinum) Anniversary, and to celebrate there will be an extra special Anniversary Championship Show to be held at Brackley Leisure Centre on 17th November.  An entry form and schedule can be downloaded from Fosse Data here or if you require a printed schedula and entry form, please contact our Hon Secretary:

The British Chihuahua Club
Hon Secretary Mr James Culverhouse
Tel: 01344 425841
Email secretary@the-british-chihuahua-club.org.uk

This year also sees the 30th edition of our yearbook, the Chihuahua Chronicle, so this year's is a special edition to mark both events.  With a special platinum-look cover, more colour, and more beautiful adverts, the book continues to be just £8 a copy at our shows or £10.50 including p&p by mail order via our website (£14.00 posted to Europe or £16.00 to other destinations.) Click here to go to our shop page.

2019 Open Show
Our Open Show was held on 5th May, shortly before the actual 70th Anniversary of the founding of the club on 22nd May 1949. We are saving the big celebrations for our Championship Show in November, but we had a very successful and enjoyable show at the Brackley Leisure Centre in Northamptonshire. Lynn Hill judged Smoothcoats for us and Emma Huntley the Longcoats, while our BIS judge was Mrs Edith Lynch.

Best in Show was Mrs Beverley Sutton's smoothcoat Now Or Never De L'isle Au Vert Coteau Nikitos, while Reserve went to another smooth and winner of Best Veteran in Show, Jacks' Ch Amarose Tink Attitude. Sue Lee's longcoat puppy Barwater Agatha Christie of Ridgehawk was Best Puppy in Show.

Having moved the date of our club's financial year-end, we were also able to hold our Annual General Meeting at the show, allowing many additional members to attend. There were no nominations for office. Ms Hazel Senior and Mr James Farrugia have stepped down but the rest of the committee, and the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Hon Secretary and Hon Treasurer all agreed to continue. The committee is now considering candidates to be co-opted to fill the remaining vacancies.

2018 Championship Show
Our 2018 Championship Show was held at Brackley Leisure Centre in Northamptonshire on Sunday 18th November.  Our BIS judge was Mr Richard Kelsey and there was keen competition for top spot. 

Best in Show: Ch Dachida's Johnnie Hot Rocks (s/c) Mrs CA Davies
Reserve BIS: Mystic Legion Melina (l/c) Mr G Papadopoulos & Mr A Raptakis
Best Puppy: Oozora Queen Of Mystery (l/c) Mrs S Holland-Smith
Best Veteran: Ch Natimuk Astrid (l/c) Dr GG Curr

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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