16 September 2014

Breeder of the Year Summit nominees demonstrate excellent values

Two nominees vie for the Urban Animal Industry's highest award in the Breeder of the Year category: 

  1. Colette Francis, Pooch Palace Kennels is nominated for her involvement in the world of canine breeding, grooming and canine/feline boarding over the past 40 years. In addition to creating the now popular Bichon/Shih-Tzu cross, Francis mentors several local breeders on business and philosophical  elements. 
  2. Sybille Brochu, Ellibyse Puppies is nominated for her dedication to animal health and educating breeders. The Ellibyse Puppies facility is regularly inspected by vets and received a perfect MAPAQ score. It surpasses requirements of codes of practice for Canadian Kennel operations with spacious indoor parks, heated floors, condos and exercise areas.   

The Summit Award for Breeder of the Year  recognizes a breeder of companion animals with five or more years of breeding experience that is compliant with recognized codes of ethical conduct or the Urban Animal Certified Quality Mark and demonstrates an exemplary level of professionalism.

The 2014 Summit for Breeder of the Year will be presented during the Awards Gala on Friday, 24 October. This event is open to the public. 

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