AN EMAIL came from Norman Allcorn who said: “I enjoy your articles in DOG WORLD especially those about vets and vaccinations.
The announcement that Keith Young is to chair a working party that will examine ways in which ‘to repopularise exhibiting at dog shows’ is something to be celebrated.
We have suddenly come a long way in a reasonably short period of time. The great news of the Kennel Club’s change of mind over CC allocation is a breath of fresh air to us all.
I’ve recently celebrated a birthday ending in a zero (what do you mean I’m “looking good for 70”). In fact it was my Hawaiian birthday, Five-O. I suppose a big birthday always leads you to a little reflection. Few of us get to 50 without some
Last month I was writing about the value of Facebook to the dog world and I mentioned a link Andrew Brace had posted to an article published on the net.
Let’s start this week with three cheers for the KC! Last week’s Dog World Comment column suggested that readers would be relieved to read Steve Dean’s words with regard to the proposed registration of crossbreeds.
Are you like me, still wondering? Every time we open our weekly top-up of dog info, news and views, there’s another take on the subject of falling entries.
Having seen the success ITV has enjoyed with its plethora of dog related shows it seems the BBC has decided that it too wants a piece of the action and so it brought us The Wonder of Dogs.
Are we about to see the end of three day shows? Are two day weekend dog shows coming to a club near you? This is not some crazy concept but a simple reality of the coming era we are facing in the show world.
FALLING entries and an almost across-the-board reduction in CCs as well as judges have been the topics of concern for some time now. We also find the challenging times we are experiencing carry the blame for what is happening in our pastime...
The Russian anti gay legislation and the international dog show sport - Guest contributor: Göran BodegårdIs Moscow still the right and safe choice for the World Dog Show 2016?
I TRY TO find something to enjoy in all the seasons of the year but if I had to choose a favourite it would be autumn. The mists and mellow fruitfulness suit both my temperament and my wardrobe rather better than the heady days of summer.