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Unlike in most countries, judges have to wait for an invitation before the Kennel Club will approve them to award CCs. Is there a case for judges being allowed to apply to be approved, whether or not they have an appointment booked?
Under what circumstances would you consider mating your bitch to two different dogs during the same heat?
It isn't likely to happen but, hypothetically, would FCI membership be of any benefit to the dog scene in the UK?
Some people suggest that Britain needs more multi-breed judges. Others would like to see more specialists given a chance. What is your view?
An article in the Kennel Gazette says: "The promotion, identification, education and approval of increased numbers of domestic multi-breed judges should be seen as a priority." Do you agree?
Do you think the Kennel Club should register dogs of colours which are not correct according to the breed Standard?
Real 'dog people' are sorely under-represented on most of the bodies which are trying to influence the future of dog breeding in Britain. Is there anything we can do about this?