Champ Show 21st June 2015

This was held Sunday 21st June 2015 starting at 9.30am
NZKC Exhibition Centre, 743 Clevedon Road, Ardmore, Auckland

Results can be seen here

There were over 100 Labradors entered from all parts of the country. Our judge was Sue Marskell [Berolee Labradors – UK]. This was a great opportunity to look at Labradors, talk Labradors and enjoy Labradors. Photos will be added to this post soon.

Click here for a map of where the showgrounds are

Walk Karioitahi Beach Sun 14th June

Karioitahi Beach Sunday 15th June

Update8 black, 7 yellow, 1 chocolate and 2 “wanny be” labradors had the beach to themselves plus their human hangers on for most of the morning.  Was a great mornings walk to blow the cobwebs away followed by 18 people making a serious dent in the supplies at a nearly coffee shop.  See below for a few photos taken:-


Meet at 9.45am for a 10.00am start

See flyer for full details.

Join us for our next club walk at Karioitahi Beach. Bring your family, dogs, leads and it might pay to bring a fresh water drink for the dogs as they sometimes over do the salt water drinks. However there are fresh water streams along the beach where they can drink.  Remember towels for wet dogs at the end of the walk!

These walks are not suitable for puppies under 10 months old.

If you have any queries please ring any of;
Sally Felton 09 2325664 / 0272294803
Pat Woollaston 02749449143
Mike Gething 0272442143

South of Auckland head for Waiuku along the Glenbrook Waiuku Road. When you reach Waiuku turn right into King Street and fairly quickly turn left into Constable Road. This road becomes Karioitahi Road which you follow until you reach the beach. The last stages are down a pretty steep hill and at the bottom you swing left into the carpark area.

Click here for map of where we meet.
See here for photos taken at our last walk at this location.

We are always looking for new places to go to for our Club walks. If you know of
any please tell me (Sally, see number above) or anyone on the Committee. They need
to be areas where dogs can be safely off lead and with no worries of stock which
could be upset.