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THE HIGHWAYS Agency is to remove overnight closures on the M40 northbound from junction 15 to 3a (M42) by 5am to help people travelling to Crufts.
THE FIRST annual Pawscar awards have been presented at a gala evening in the Metropole Hotel in Birmingham where 400 people gathered to find out who had won the top awards which had been voted for by the public.
THE TWO dogs seized by police from the house in which the six-day-old baby was killed have been put down.
THE KENNEL Club is committing another £1.6 million over the next five years to its Genetics and Cancer Centres at the Animal Health Trust (AHT).
VETS are warning animal owners in flood-stricken areas to be aware of the new dangers posed by receding flood waters. The water, which has flooded homes and land across the UK, is beginning to subside, but the danger to companion animals and...
ONESIE-mania is here again. Inspired by the invasion of onesie wearers at LKA in December, one Crufts exhibitor already has her show ring attire ready to go and there will definitely be a mouse in the house on Saturday.
THE GOVERNMENT’S decision not to introduce Dog Control Notices (DCNs) as part of its overhaul of dangerous dog legislation is a matter of regret, according to the British Veterinary Association (BVA).
GAVIN Grant, the RSPCA’s former chief executive who stepped down through ill health last week, will be remembered by the show world for the poster he put up at Crufts in 1989 which led to the RSPCA boycotting the event.
It's less than a week to go until the Pawscars and all the signs are that it is going to be a great night, event organisers are over the moon that the new awards have been so warmly welcomed by the dog community.
The latest Around the Dog World was filmed at the Pro Plan/Dog World Pup of the Year Final 2013. Plus a look at the history of the biggest show on the planet Crufts and coverage of Boston Bets in Show.
ENQUIRIES are continuing into the death of the six-day-old girl Eliza-Mae Mullane. A forensic team has finished its initial examination of the dog involved, said to be an Alaskan Malamute, who remains in the police’s possession...
A TOTAL of 236 members have resigned from the Assured Breeder Scheme (ABS) since the changes were announced at Christmas, the Kennel Club said this week.