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THERE is to be a debate in the House of Lords on the use on dogs of electronic training devices.
DOCKING and dewclaw removal has been outlawed in the Republic of Ireland with an exemption for working dogs.
THE KENNEL Club is encouraging general and group championship show societies to hold health-testing sessions for the high-profile breeds.
THE PUBLIC’S lack of research before they buy dogs is resulting in tens of thousands of animals being rehomed each year, the Kennel Club has warned.
SIX-day-old baby Eliza-Mae Mullane died after being pulled from her pram and bitten by her family’s dog, an inquest has heard.
Sighthound enthusiasts gather for breed talks and comparisons THE AFGHAN Hound Association broke new ground on Saturday when it held a day for sighthound enthusiasts so they could explore the essential characteristics of their breed and discover the unique differences between them.
THE BRITISH Veterinary Association (BVA) is asking owners to support a new campaign and keep their dogs on leads near livestock.
Students given lesson in conservation by wildlife detection dogs TRAINED wildlife detection dogs were brought to a university campus recently to show students a more creative way to conduct conservation surveys.
Salon owner becomes British Dog Groomers’ Association new chairman STUART Simons has been appointed new chairman of the British Dog Groomers’ Association.
A VET has been chosen as the first recipient of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Queen’s Medal, which recognises an outstanding contribution to the profession.
Greyhound Rescue WE receives £10,000 grant from KC Charitable Trust GREYHOUND Rescue West of England (GRWE) has received a £10,000 grant from the Kennel Club Charitable Trust.
Cornerstone laid for new Battersea kennel block WORK has started on new, state-of-the-art kennels at Battersea Dogs’ and Cats’ Home in London, part of a £4.9m project.