Jaimee has been involved in poodles for the past 30 years. Whilst her passion is showing, she has also dabbled in agility, flyball and obedience. Her poodles were also once members of the Pal Superdog Team.
Jaimee has had many years of experience of working on committees, she was the Junior Football Director for her local football club for 3 years and was previously the PCSA President way back in 1998. She has thoroughly enjoyed the last couple of months, working hard to get the Poodle Club of SA re established. Her goal is to provide a club that welcomes all poodles, one that hosts many events where everyday poodle fanciers can come along, join in and have some fun. Jaimee would also like to see the club host an All Breeds Championship Show and a Poodle National. Jaimee is married to Dave and has a 19 year old son, Macca. She currently shares who life with 4 Toy Poodles.
Hi, my name is Jenny Buersch, and this is my first year on the Poodle Club SA committee. I will be on the general committee and will be assisting PCSA with fundraising so look out for events that pop up on the calendar throughout the year.
Here’s a little about myself, I am married with 2 adult boys Christopher and Alex, we also have two dogs and 2 cats. We have a beagle called Charlie and he is 1½ years old and then we have AB (yes, I know very original, but our son chose his name as he belongs to my son so not sure if he’s name after him Alex Buersch or Allan Border) and he is 10½ years old. I have been on many committees in the past mainly sporting ones, Coromandel Valley Cricket Club, Flagstaff Hill Football Club, Flagstaff Hill Cricket Club, and I am currently still secretary for the Flagstaff Hill Community Centre. I work full time and I also work at the showgrounds for O’Brien Catering and the Adelaide Oval so as you can see, I like to keep myself busy. I am looking forward to working with the PCSA committee and meeting everyone and their fur babies.
I have been involved with Poodles for the past 45 years, first breeding standards under the Avonti prefix, and now, that I am a bit older, I have down-sized to the toy and mini varieties.
I was fortunate to learn my grooming skills from many established poodle exhibitors in the 80's and I now enjoy passing my grooming knowledge on to others. I have competed in conformation, obedience and agility and enjoyed being part of the Pal Superdog team, with my standard poodle Harry. Educating the public on the benefits of owning a purebred poodle and hosting events for poodles is my main aim for the PCSA. I believe we are a club for all poodles and poodle fanciers. I enjoyed conformation judging and recently handed in my license due to my eye problems. Angela is a widower and lives with her daughter.
Hi everyone I’m sure members are formular with my beautiful big boy Bodie (not so much me hahahaha), I’m so please to sit on committee for another year
In the past 3 years have been challenging with the world going crazy with Covid but we are in a good passion now to move forward with some exciting events I hope you let your friends and family know how much fun and support is shared to our members at these get together, I enjoy nothing more than being with people that have the same love for their furry kids! wouldn’t life be boring without them hope to see everyone really soon until then please take care Jude and Bodie
Hi there fellow poodle lovers! Isnt life just perfect when you are surrounded by poodles. Now, just some background on me. I previously was a registered breeder of short-haired Chihuahuas.
After my last Chihuahua Jedha crossed the rainbow bridge at the ripe old age of 17 and when the time was right, it was time for a new puppy and a new breed. I just needed to start afresh and my number one priority was to have another fur baby in my life. After much research I decided on poodles and more specifically toy poodles and I have never looked back. The love affair started with Bridgette who is now five years old and because one is never enough three year old Bonnie joined the family. I am very keen to progress to showing poodles at some stage in the near future. I joined this club to learn and gain further knowledge of the breed. To be surrounded by like-minded people is a bonus. I have learnt so much so far and I enthusiastically promote the breed at every possible moment. I am love immersing myself in all the various aspects of the world of the poodle breed further and am always looking forward to meet many more likewise owners! I just love to just talk poodles! My partner Trevor is besotted as much as I am and I am lucky enough to be able to permanently work from home so my babies are spoilt rotten day and night! But let’s be honest… That’s the way it should be! Look forward to catching up with you real soon at our various Poodle Club Of SA functions… Till then, happy poodling!
Hello! I’m Sharyn, and I’m excited to be a new member of the poodle committee. I have a husband, Greg, and three grown up children who are my world; a close second to the poodles 😉My love for poodles began when I was young,when our family adopted one who had been treated awfully and every bone in his body was broken.
We nurtured him back to health and he had the most amazing character. Forward to more recent years, I finally got a toy poodle of me own, Holly. She is my beautiful baby, who doesn’t leave my side. Three years later we got her a companion, another toy poodle named Peaches who is a card of her own. Holly is now 10 years old, and Peaches, 7. Over the last year, Greg and I started attending the poodle fun days and walks, and have recently helped out with the Bunnings BBQ Fundraisers thus I thought it would be a perfect time to join the committee and continue my involvement.
Hi to all fellow Poodle Club SA members…. Let me introduce myself….. My name is Trevor Jordan, and I am the partner of my fellow committee member Louise Roberts. I will have to get used to saying “fellow committee member”! As you probably know from countless Facebook posts we are the proud parents of poodles being Bridgette & Bonnie.
I am formerly from England and settled in Adelaide after a world wind travel odyssey in 1989. Back in England my family also owned a Poodle called Snowy – Well between you and me, Snowy was a white poodle but living in a family of mechanics he often came in from the sheds a lovely shade of black! I joined the Poodle Club of SA as a member probably about 3 years ago with Louise and shortly there after started assisting the club and Louise organising the various Fun Days etc. So, the decision was made why not join the committee rather than work in the background! It is great seeing all the wonderful poodles at all our gatherings. (Well let’s say I was coerced into joining the committee with much gusto from other committee members – a free meal and a craft beer sealed the deal!) Up until recently I owned and operated my own mechanical workshop but these days, I spend a lot of time tinkering with my new projects – Yes cars! My hopes for the future that we will retire at some stage and travel around Australia with our brood of Poodles! Then we can share our happy snaps of our journey. Personally, I look forward to being part of the Poodle Club of SA committee to help make our club bigger and better for all our loyal members! Trev