Crufts 2015: A CK9 Success Story

Crufts 2015 saw the world’s most competitive dogs come all the way to the United Kingdom to strut their stuff and show everyone what they’re made of. This year, some of our dogs were right up there with the best of them, showing off their best moves in the agility competitions.

Our dogs did amazingly well competing at Crufts this year in their first agility competition of the season, putting on a fantastic performance and even coming home with some well-earned rosettes.

What is Crufts?

Crufts is widely known as the world’s largest dog show, with canines and owners alike flocking from all corners of the globe to compete in agility, obedience, flyball and Heelwork to Music competitions. It’s organised and hosted by the Kennel Club, who act as the governing body for various canine activities in the UK.

The competition is held annually in Birmingham at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), with the competition dating all the way back to 1891.

The competition hosts a wide variety of activities and contests, with the most sought-after title being ‘Best in Show’. Crufts gets tougher and tougher every year, and only the top dogs can go home with the coveted prizes.

CK9 Training at Crufts

At Crufts this year, CK9 Training showed just what we’re made of, with our two dogs, Spice and Savannah, coming home with tons of rosettes and some major titles.

Together, Spice and Savannah picked up seven first place rosettes, three second place rosettes and one fourth place rosette, awarding them some major titles and showing Crufts 2015 just what CK9 dogs are made of!

Crufts 2015 was a stiff competition, but our amazing dogs showed how far dedication, discipline and training can take you.

We had an amazing time with our dogs at Crufts 2015, who thrived in the competition, and were a sign of the great things to come for CK9 Training this year. If you want to unleash the full potential of your dog and you’re looking for dog training in Kingston, at CK9 Training we offer training courses that range from basic puppy behaviour to agility. Visit our website today or contact us by calling 07739 815 265.