The QLD Judges panel has created a document for which Pet/Condition classes are to be judged. The judging of Pet cavies has been the subject of much discussion with the Judges Panel and the decision was made that at all QCC affiliated Clubs shows no cavies (including pet classes) are to be judged by unqualified judges. We are bringing this new rule into action for all QCC clubs at all shows starting in 2020. All pet classes are to be judged by either a qualified Judge, Trainee Judge or an approved Pet/Condition Judge.
Persons wanting to apply to become a Pet/condition Judge must first apply to train to the Qld Judges Panel by sending an application to the QCC Secretary. Once approved by the Judges Panel, training will be done at shows under a qualified Judge. A list of Pet/Condition Judges both Qualified and Trainees will be kept on the QCC website. The Rationale is that we need our Club Shows and all cavies to be judged in a professional manner by those qualified to do so.
The QCC would like to remind exhibitors that ONLY shows run by ANCC affiliated clubs are recognised and will be eligible for QCC Championship points, as per the QCC Championship rules. Shows run by unaffiliated clubs WILL NOT be recognised.
Winner - QCC QCC Show December 2021 Best in Show, Best Boar in Show, Best Coarse Coat, Best of Breed Rex, Bumbora Ferarri, bred/exhibited by Melanie Barnes (Bumbora)
Who We Are
The Queensland Cavy Council is the coordinating body for all Australian National Cavy Council affiliated clubs in Queensland. The QCC represents clubs from the south east corner of Queensland to the north of the state. Currently there are seven cavy clubs affiliated with the QCC. Follow the links below to find a club near you. Many people find they join more than one club and some will follow the show circuits throughout the season.
Bayside Cavy Club - Brisbane Bayside & Eastern suburbs, Moreton Bay Region & Districts