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On May 7th, 2016 Caroline Holicka, from Georgetown won Zone Finals in Junior Dog Handling, organized by Canadian Kennel Club, and will be representing Ontario at the National Championship that will take place in Calgary on July 29th.

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 Caroline is a Grade 9 CtK student. She has been showing dogs since age 7 and progressed through several age and level of experience categories. Under her training and showmanship two family bred and raised show boxers have become Canadian Champions.

Over the years she has expanded her knowledge and skills by showing different breeds of dogs and won several major all breed and/or breed- specific Junior Handling completions such as Royal Canin Invitational with her own boxer Can Ch. Xelascon Bring Me Lady Ever aka “Dorka” or Bulldog Club of Canada specialty show. For this year Zone Finals she had decided to work with local premier breeders of Shetland Sheepdogs and her partner in the show ring was the 3 year old - Am/Can Champion Grandgables Avebury King Coal aka ”Coal”.

She doesn’t show dogs in the competition ring only but with other members of Oakville and District Kennel Club she had brought lots of enjoyable moments to seniors in their Senior Residence.


Caroline and Coal, a panel of Judges and coveted big blue rosette.
Caroline and Coal, a panel of Judges and coveted big blue rosette.