Due to deadlines we have to meet for our vendors we cannot guarantee that forms received after that date will be accepted.
If you need another form you can find them on our website on the Sheepiepalooza page:
The form will be removed from the website after May 2nd.
|Do you send any kind of confirmation? I sent everything in back in January and have not had any confirmation and the check hasn't been cashed. This is our first year and I am not familiar with your procedure so I just wanted to double check.|
|I sent mine last week, now I need to send the performance forms in......|
Do you send any kind of confirmation? I sent everything in back in January and have not had any confirmation and the check hasn't been cashed. This is our first year and I am not familiar with your procedure so I just wanted to double check.
Karen, we have received your form.
Although I doubt we received it in January as I didn't send the brochures out until March 21st.
We usually don't cash the checks until after the reservation deadline.
Since this is only our third year we do not have a lot of procedures yet - we are still learning as we go.
This post was just a "gentle reminder" to our forgetful forum friends who have hotel reservations but have not yet sent in their registration forms.
|Thanks for the update. I guess I DECIDED to go in Jan. so in my mind that is when I took care of everything!! LOL|
|I now have my agility,obedience and rally entry ready to go as well!
May 8th deadline for that part - unless you are doing the sub-novice level - those register at the event.
Into the envelope, quick!!! as mail comes at 11:30...
|I've got the form on my desk as I type this.
I didn't know today was the deadline.
Is it $20 per PERSON, or $20 per dog?
In other words, if I come alone with 2 dogs, it's just $20.
But if I come with another person and the same 2 dogs, it's $40.
Is that correct?
|It is per person - not the dog. They do not get "catered" food. But we would like to know how many dogs just the same. Thanks.|
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