The Scottish Boxer Club was founded in 1949 and we held our first Championship show in 1953 - learn about the Clubs history here.
We hold three shows each year, our OPEN Shows are held in February and October with our CHAMPIONSHIP Show held in May.
In addition we run educational, training and social events throughout the year so keep a look out for these on our news page or visit us on Facebook.
On Saturday 20th October 2018 we will be holding our October Open Show. It is in new venue: Carluke Lifestyles, Carnwath Road, CArluke, ML8 4DF.
Show opens at 9:30am, judging starts at 10am. There are Special Award Classes, which are judged by Julie Davis (Bricliff) during the break between open show dogs & bitches. Open show will be judged by Jayne Winter (Jayal), has 20 classes, including Special Solid Colour dog (9) and bitch(18), Special Beginners dog or bitch (19).
Entries close on 17th September 2018 (postmark).
Schedule and entry form can be downloaded here.
Speakers will be: Professor Harriet Syme, Senior Veterinary Tutor at The Royal Veterinary College, speaking on the structure and function of the kidney and the veterinary aspects of the disease; Dr Bruce Cattanach FRS on the genetics of JKD; and William Amos, Professor of Evolutionary Genetics at Cambridge University, on the latest research into trying to find the specific gene for JKD. The meeting will be chaired by Mr Ric Beall (MA Cantab Law.)
After the speakers, there will be an interval for refreshments followed by questions and answers. It is hoped that this meeting will lead to a better understanding of this highly complex disease. It is being held, not only for breeders and exhibitors but for all those with an interest in the breed and those who have had experience of the disease itself.
Tickets (70) will be issued on a first come first served basis, free of charge. Please apply to firstname.lastname@example.org and numbered tickets will be issued by email.
This seminar is being funded by a grant from the Boxer Breed Council..