In Pictures: The 2014 Somersham Carnival Novelty Dog Show

Two young girls with dog, named best in show, at somersham carnival 2014.

The Carnival Committee would like to thank everyone who brought their owners to the Novelty Dog Show. It was great to see Somersham’s finest furry pals compete on Sunday 15th, for the title of Best In Show.

Thanks also to Neville Diss of ND’s K9 Academy, and to JLC Photography Ltd, for their time and kind support of the show.

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Miley takes ‘Best In Show’ title at Novelty Dog Show

Miley with her owners

Miley brought smiles to the faces of her owners Ethan and Emily Neville, as she took home the trophy and title for ‘Best In Show’ at the Novelty Dog Show on Sunday.

Miley, who had managed to score a few rosettes in earlier rounds, was awarded the Christine Caston Memorial Cup, after judges Neville Diss from ND’s K9 Academy and Dorothy Siggs.

In her after-show interview, she told us “The competition was tough this year, and was by no means just a walk in the park”.

Teddy, owned by Olivia Brett, came second in the Best In Show, followed by Shadow, owned by Kelli-Marie Dixon.

Check out the photos in our gallery below:

Woof Woof Woof Ruff Ruff Woof! (or – It’s Novelty Dog Show time!)

Novelty Dog Show 16th June 2013

Novelty Dog Show 16th June 2013

This Sunday sees the biggest event for our canine friends – the Novelty Dog Show.

Get down to Norwood Playing Fields (behind Victory Hall) with your dog on Sunday 16th June from 1pm. With eleven different classes, there should be at least one category for your trusty hound to compete in… including some that owners can join in with too!

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Going for Gold at the Novelty Dog Show. Photo: JLC Photography Ltd
One of last year’s winning entrants. Photo: JLC Photography Ltd
  1. Best Puppy
  2. Best Dog under 15 inches at the shoulder
  3. Best Dog over 15 inches at the shoulder
  4. Dog with the Waggiest Tail
  5. Odd Couple (mixed pair of dogs)
  6. Best Cross-breed
  7. Best Dog Trick
  8. Best Six Legs
  9. Dog and Owner Most Alike
  10. Dog the Judges would most like to take home
  11. Dog and Owner Fancy Dress (don’t forget that ‘Beside The Seaside’ theme!)

GRAND FINAL: Best In Show

Entries open from 1pm (entry fee is 60p per class), so you’ll need to hand in a completed entry form (download it below) to the show organisers, and then you’ll be all set for when the judging begins at 1.30pm. The winners from each of the eleven categories will compete in the Grand Final. Rosettes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.

paw print

The show is presented by Neville Diss of ND’s K9 Academy, and will see the presentation of the Christine Caston Memorial Cup.

Special permission has been granted to hold the Dog Show. Would all owners please ensure that they clean up after their dogs. Thank you.