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The ROYAL CANIN® Outstanding Achievement Award, now in its third year, rewards an individual who has made an outstanding contribution and commitment to responsible dog ownership through the Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme.  This could be through exceptional work on a project, dog training initiative or an individual dog.

The Kennel Club received nominations from a wide-range of entrants, including people who have dedicated time to rehabilitate dogs with behavioural issues, committed time to helping others in training classes and also those just working for the general benefit of dogs.

Here are the outstanding finalists - read their profiles below and vote for your favourite now to ensure that their hard work and commitment to dogs is recognised.

To vote for your favourite finalist for the 2016 ROYAL CANIN® Outstanding Achievement Award, click here.

Voting closes Wednesday 1st June 2016.

JOE NUTKINS

To cast your vote for Joe, click here.


KATHRYN CHURCHILL

To cast your vote for Kathryn, click here.


BILL BAIRD

Bill co-ordinates his team of instructors to deliver classes which are informative and friendly, and ensures where possible that their Club adheres to the maximum class size of 6 dogs per class. 

To cast your vote for Bill, click here.

Vote now for your favourite finalist to win the 2016 ROYAL CANIN® Outstanding Achievement Award