Want to lose weight this summer? Get fit with your dog! A guide to canine fitness activities by Victoria WilkinsIF YOU were to mention exercising to a group of people, I guarantee a select few would groan at the thought of jumping around and tiring themselves out.
IN SPITE of all the difficulties the Hungarian Kennel Club (MEOE) has gone through lately, the World Show in Budapest was a success, with 18,000 dogs over four days, representing 70 nationalities and 371 breeds.
We so often hear about people talking to others and saying ‘you are what you eat’ – this is no different for your canine counterpart.
The All About Dogs roadshow is visiting venues up and down the country during 2013 and aims to treat visitors and their dogs to a host of canine activities and learning resources. DOG WORLD's Victoria Wilkins went along to one such event last...
HOWEVER much we want to protect the canine members of our family there is only so much we can do to stop them falling into misadventure! Just by swatting up on a few basic issues incidents in the home and outside can be avoided.
MY LOVE affair with the Collie began in 1943. The war was at its height and things were not going well. I left school at 16 and was waiting to join up, and was allowed to indulge my passion for dogs.
THERE is nothing more heart-warming than the thought of several bundles of fur clambering over each other at four weeks old.
Someone asked me the other week what I did with my dogs when I go away on holiday. After I’d stopped laughing at the very idea of a holiday I explained that my ‘holidays’ almost always included a visit to a dog show, so naturally I took the dogs...
IT’S CHRISTMAS time again which means a break from shows. But there are still plenty of activities available for dogs and owners who may need to walk off a large meal or two, or blow away the cobwebs after a few tipples.
IF CRUFTS is the jewel in the crown of dog shows then surely Discover Dogs, London, is the Kennel Club’s showpiece when it comes to putting on a canine event which is able to win the hearts of the public.
BATTERSEA Dogs and Cats Home is a national treasure. That’s how the charity’s dynamic chief executive Claire Horton described it as she revealed to DOG WORLD the Home’s 152-year history and plans for the future.
THE FAST, adrenaline-pumping sport of flyball was discovered in the 1970s in California. Today, the sport has grown in popularity and many nations compete across the globe.