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Champion Shetland Sheepdog dies after being hit by car A CHAMPION Shetland Sheepdog has died after being hit by a car. Jeannie and Ian Pattinson’s Ch Kyleburn Titan (Amos), who that day had won best veteran at the Northern Counties Club show, was dragged by the lead which had caught on the wing...
Winner of Crufts hound group dies THE IRISH Wolfhound from Belgium who won the hound group at Crufts this year has died. Gary Janssens’ Ger/Bel/Dutch/Lux Ch Just In Time of First Avenue (James) was found collapsed in the garden and died the same day.
KC ‘shocked’ by dog-cloning programme THE KENNEL Club says it is ‘genuinely shocked’ by the TV programme about a contest offering dog cloning as its prize.
EUKANUBA says it is ‘business as usual’ for its UK dog-showing interests despite the announcement that its owner, Procter & Gamble (P&G), is to quit the pet care business.
New secretary and committee changes for Hound Association TWO long-serving members have stepped down from the committee of the Hound Association following the club’s recent annual meeting.
Sighthound enthusiasts gather for breed discussion 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.
Two more shows may review their policies on docked dogs THE CAMPAIGNING group Docked and Denied has reignited its crusade to persuade two more championship shows to drop their admission charges.
NEW RESEARCH commissioned by the Scottish Government has concluded that docking tails of working dogs ‘by a third’ while they are puppies could decrease significantly their risk of injury.
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.