From the Crufts FB page:
OBEDIENCE AT CRUFTS 2021
The Kennel Club can confirm that the Inter Regional Rally Competition is expected to go ahead on Thursday 15 July at Crufts 2021 and the Inter Regional Obedience Competition is expected to go ahead on Friday 16 July.
Unfortunately, as there has been no qualifiers the Obedience Championship will not take place at Crufts 2021. Similarly as there has only been one qualifier the Obreedience finals will also not take place at Crufts 2021. Those teams who competed at an obreedience heat in 2020, and gained points will have their points carried over for Crufts 2022.
The Kennel Club has announced today that Crufts 2021 will take place next year on the new dates of 15 -18 July at the NEC Birmingham.
Crufts, which will be celebrating its 130th anniversary in 2021, was due to take place on 11 – 14 March 2021, but with much of the UK in a second lockdown and events and exhibitions still not being able to be held it was looking very unlikely that Crufts in March was a foreseeable option.
Continue reading CRUFTS TO GO AHEAD, NEW DATE ANNOUNCED
In light of recent government announcements, The Kennel Club has been discussing the holding of Crufts 2021 which is set to take place from 11 – 14 March at the NEC Birmingham.
The Kennel Club Board would like to reassure competitors, exhibitors and everyone involved in the dog world that it remains actively committed to holding the show next year. In particular, the Crufts team have been looking at different options for how Crufts 2021 might look. However, the most important aspect will be the safety of all those who attend and any possible negative impact that holding the event may have.
Continue reading KENNEL CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING CRUFTS 2021
A team of four Shetland Sheepdogs won the Obreedience competition at the world’s biggest dog event, Crufts on Thursday 5th March.
Shetland Sheepdogs team, named the Sheltie Superstars, proved
themselves more obedient than the nine other breed teams that made it to
the final at Crufts in Birmingham. The other finalists were teams of
German Shepherd Dogs, Cocker Spaniels, Manchester Terriers, Jack Russell
Terriers, Cairn Terriers, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Standard
Poodles, Papillons and Bernese Mountain Dogs.
Continue reading SHETLAND SHEEPDOGS HAILED NATION’S MOST OBEDIENT BREED AFTER WINNING ‘OBREEDIENCE’ FINAL AT CRUFTS