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ck on the above link for a full list of times and buildings for each breed to be shown.

October 14-18, 2020 
Note new dates, new location!!

Atlanta Expo Center South
3850 Jonesboro Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30354

We are doing everything we can to have a PBC Show in 2020!
Please see letter below the picture.

Refunds will be issued, please allow time for the Superintendent or Event Secretaries to process them. Agility exhibitors will have the opportunity to transfer their entries to the July 8-12 Trials.
 

Pee Wee Competition - Saturday
JUDGE: Mary Ellen Macker
ENTRY FEE: FREE

Pre-entries close on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at Superintendent’s Office On site entries taken each day up to 11:30 am at the Superintendent’s desk.
Consult Judging Program for meeting place & event will start at Noon

The Pee Wee Special Attraction is a pre-Junior Showmanship class. The Pee Wee class is geared toward children 5 to under 9 years of age at all shows offering Pee Wee. 
Each Pee Wee unit consists of the child, his/her parent/guardian/responsible adult, and the dog. Only one Pee Wee unit is in the ring at a time. This not a competitive class, but rather a fun, learning experience for the child and the adult.

•     Dogs do not have to be AKC registered.
•     A dog must be at least four months of age to enter the Pee Wee class.
•     Bitches in season will not be allowed to participate. If pre-entered, a dog may be sub-stituted that meets the eligibility requirements as specified by the club.
•     All dogs entered must have the proper lead and collar.
•     A responsible adult must be present with the child both inside and outside the ring. The adult is to maintain control of the dog outside of the ring.
•     At an All-Breed event, all AKC fully recognized and Miscellaneous Class breeds are allowed to enter, including dogs with a PAL listing.
•     In addition to an entry, a release must be signed by the child’s parent or legal guardian. Release forms will be available at the show. 

The safety of both the dogs and Juniors inside and outside the ring is a primary con-cern. Outside of the ring, the dog is to be controlled by the adult accompanying the child. An additional lead, provided by the Club, will be at the Judge’s table. At the Judge’s discretion based upon the size of the child and the dog, for safety purposes the adult may be asked to attach a second lead to the dog so both child and adult will walk the dog together.
Although the word “judge” will be used, this designed to be a learning and mentoring experience—no Junior will be “judged” but rather will be mentored with the age-appropriate amount of information to help prepare them for what they will be expected to know about AKC regular Junior Showmanship once they reach 9 years of age.  The children will be mentored one child, their adult, and dog in the ring at a time. Each child will receive a participation rosette to commemorate the experience!
The Judge should explain the process of showing the dog to the Junior and the responsible adult in the ring including breed specific presentation. Depending on the size of the dog and the child, the adult may be asked to lift a table breed on or off the table, or the Club may mandate that the adult should do it regardless. Neither the youngster nor the adult should be asked to show the bite.