EAKC 167th Championship Dog Show
To be held 12 and 13 October 2019 at the East Africa Kennel Club Show Ground, near Jamhuri Park, Nairobi.

Judge: Carla Molinari (PORT)

ENTRIES CLOSE: 15th September 2019
ENTRIES RECEIVED after 16th but before 22nd will be accepted at DOUBLE entry fees
ENTRIES RECEIVED after the 22nd September 2019 will NOT be accepted.

Entry Fees
Entry fees for members of the East Africa Kennel Club for each dog:
Ksh.1000/- per Class. Benching fees included in the entry fee.
Note: Large entries made by members will receive a discounted price per class after the first 10 entries (10 classes = Ksh.10,000/-) these classes will be charged at 300/- per class (i.e. If you have entered 11 classes, it will cost 10,300/-).

Entry fees for non-members of the East Africa Kennel Club
Ksh.1,500/- per Class.
Benching fees included in the entry fee
Exhibitors may enter dogs not for competition at 500/- per dog

Each Exhibitor will receive a complimentary Catalogue.

Payment can be made to the Mpesa Till (buy goods) 872828
Cheques should be made out to East Africa Kennel Club

Entries and payments can be dropped at the EAKC Office.
Please confirm that we have received your Entries together with your Payment Details
(Cheque No, Mpesa transaction number or Cash Receipt No.)
Tel EAKC Office 0734 650213, or Biddy Davis 0733 864137
Email: eakennelclub@gmail.com

Number cards may be collected from the EAKC office by Friday 10th May 2019 or the vet office at the time of vet inspection OR AT THE VET OFFICE AT THE TIME OF VET INSPECTION.

VETERINARY INSPECTION
Saturday 12th October 2019 8.00 a.m. to 9 a.m.
12.00 p.m. to 12.30 p.m.
Sunday 12th October 2019 8.00 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Exhibitors arriving more than 30 minutes after the Vet Office is due to close without a valid excuse will be required to pay the sum of Ksh.1,000/- for the inspection.
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