The success of any dog show depends on the efforts of a dedicated team headed by a Show Chair. Delegating tasks, from permits and parking to ring set up and ring stewarding, is the Chair’s principle role—though most of the effort goes largely unnoticed by Owner Handlers. Tune in to this week’s show (Live! on Location) to learn what every exhibitor needs to know about putting on a dog show.

The show is simultaneously broadcast EVERY Wednesday at 3:00pm on Facebook & YouTube.

Miss the LIVE event? Don’t worry, be sure to catch the replays here.

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