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Actress Lesley Nicol, best known for her role as Mrs Patmore in the drama series Downton Abbey, once again took time out from her busy working life to support the charity Medical Detection Dogs at Crufts.
A CROSSBREED from Afghanistan has been named Scruffts Family Crossbreed of the Year at Crufts.
RICKY’S Crufts victory crowned a phenomenal year for the Afterglow team even by their own standards, writes Simon Parsons.
THE KENNEL Club’s Dog Photographer of the Year was launched at Crufts, and budding and experienced photographers are being invited to submit their images.
CRUFTS’ principal sponsor Eukanuba has offered its congratulations to the owners, breeders and handler of the Standard Poodle who won best in show, Ch/Am Ch Afterglow Maverick Sabre – ‘a Eukanuba-fed dog’.
A BIG-hearted Airedale Terrier has come out on top in a national competition which recognises the valuable work of Pets As Therapy (PAT) dogs.
The charity Hounds for Heroes received a cheque for £50,000 from Boehringer Ingelheim during Crufts. The money was raised in an ‘on-pack promotion’ in which Boehringer, which produces Seraquin, a veterinary support supplement for dogs and cats...
MADE In Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh was at Crufts on the first day with her Pug, Martha, to unveil the ‘Petsie’ zone at the Samsung stand. Recent research by Samsung has revealed that England is a nation obsessed with taking and sharing...
PETLOG donated microchip scanners to several Kennel Club breed rescue organisations at Crufts as part of its commitment to support compulsory microchipping in England and Wales.
Overall winning booth in Discover Dogs was the French Bulldogs. Judge was Wilson Young and Eukanuba was represented by Julie Nottage and Steve Cayton.
A COCKER Spaniel and her owner Lucy Watts were two of the special stars of Crufts on Sunday evening when they were voted the winners of the Friends for Life 2014 competition.
Winner of the best small trade stand award was So Cosy. Bob Robinson is pictured with Judge Pat Sutton.photo Barrett