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THE PUPPY-farming trade in the UK is to be aired before MPs after a petition launched earlier this year by vet Marc Abraham passed the 100,000-signature threshold needed to get the issue debated in House of Commons.
KENNEL Club members should ensure that the £12m received from the property developers is used in ways which will provide ‘a tangible and lasting legacy for many years to come’.
A YOUNG Kennel Club member has become one of the new recruits to East of England ch show’s committee. She is 19-year-old Charlotte Page of the Winflash Dalmatians, who won the Junior Handler of the Year competition in 2010 and represented the...
THE AIREDALE Terrier who was best in show at National Terrier, Estonian-bred Ch Katherina’s Land Spicy Cherry of Saredon, co-owned by Judy Averis, has been disqualified by the Kennel Club.
THE CANINE Alliance is to invite a ‘key officer’ of the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) to speak at an open meeting in the UK.
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THE AUSTRALIAN Cattle Dog Society has launched a new breed survey which it hopes will provide a better picture of the health of the breed. Owners are being asked to submit reports on their healthy dogs as well as those with diagnosed health condition
MORE BREED-specific changes have been made to the Assured Breeder Scheme (ABS). They have been introduced following consultations with breed clubs and councils in a collaborative effort to ensure that health and welfare issues are kept at the foref
A MAN WHO starved his four-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier has been banned for life from keeping animals. Norman Lowson, 60, of The Nebit, Alva, Clackmannanshire, pleaded guilty to failing to provide an adequate and wholesome diet for the...
A FAMILY is appealing for help in finding their Cocker Spaniel, who they believe has been stolen. Two-year-old Baxter was being walked by owner Catherine Cave in woods near Knotting and Souldrop, Bedfordshire, when he ran away; pheasant shooting had
THREE CHARITIES have benefited from grants donated by the Kennel Club Charitable Trust. The first is German Shepherd Rescue Scotland, which is having to help an increasing number of dogs, even though KC registrations for the breed – once one of...
THE FIRST large-scale analysis of blood cells in different breeds has been carried out and been published. The study, conducted by the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), demonstrates the potential to identify the genes controlling blood cell...