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THE LATEST version of the Welsh Government’s Animal Welfare (Breeding of Dogs) Regulations states that anyone breeding three or more litters a year will have to be licensed.
THE KENNEL Club is to allow puppies from planned dual matings to be registered without the need for permission in advance.
IT IS becoming clear that in many breeds the number of dogs entered at group/general championship shows is declining steadily, and fewer dogs are competing in these breeds for the available CCs.
THE KENNEL Club would like more dogs of more breeds to be coat-tested at shows. So says chairman Steve Dean in his column in the Kennel Gazette this month.
THE LATEST stop on the show calendar for the DOG WORLD-produced canine TV series was Birmingham National. Around the Dog World – The National has full coverage of this representative show including every group and best in show. Plus, ATDW is the...
Welsh Kennel Club and Scottish Kennel Club
THE UK and the European methods of scanning Cavaliers and recording and disclosing results formed part of presentations made to members of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Club recently.
When the Labrador brother and sister It Chs Loch Mor Romeo (right) and Giulietta won both CCs at Three Counties under Richard Bott it crowned a remarkable run of achievement for this pair bred and owned by Franco Barberi from Italy.
THE KENNEL Club has released more guidance on the criteria for removal of breeds from the high-profile breed list.
AS REPORTED last week, Sh Ch Vbos The Kentuckian, the Flat-coated Retriever breed CC record holder and Crufts BIS winner of 2011, has died, just a few months short of his 12th birthday, writes Bonnie Scougall.
MINISTERS, MPs, and animal welfare charities joined forces at a House of Commons debate hosted by the Kennel Club to discuss the implications of compulsory microchipping.
DOGS need not be vaccinated against infectious diseases more often than every three years, according to the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA), and possibly not that frequently.