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ROBIN Sadler’s funeral will take place on Friday at 3pm at Hereford Crematorium HR4 0JE. Mr Sadler asked for family flowers only and that a collection be made for the intensive care unit of Hereford County Hospital which, his family says, helped...
The psychological pressures of judging by Frank Kane APPLAUSE, applause! Another psychological pressure. It makes for a very sporting atmosphere and a happy experience when winners are applauded...
Marina Scott chats with Sue Smith, the co owner and handler of the Samoyed Ch Nikara Diamond Dancer (known to his friends as Dan The Man). Find out how life has changed for Sue since the big Crufts win and Marina talks to her about her life in dogs.
Around the Dog World - March & Pawscars (Ep 29) The latest Around the Dog World was filmed at Crufts 2014 and at the inaugural Pawscars awards ceremony.
THE KENNEL Club is encouraging general and group championship show societies to hold health-testing sessions for the high-profile breeds.
Rabies ‘in UK by September’ THERE will be a case of rabies in the UK by September, according to a dog transporter who witnesses puppy smuggling and breaches of the pet travel scheme on a daily basis.
THE ‘SMALL but steady decline’ in championship show entries over recent years is showing signs of being reversed, according to Kennel Club chairman Steve Dean.
PRIME Minister David Cameron has dropped a compromise plan to make it easier for hill farmers to control foxes.
A MAN has been jailed for ‘stomach-churning’ offences against animals, including forcing them to fight each other and filming it.
THE KENNEL Club has approved two new official DNA testing schemes for progressive retinal atrophy in the Tibetan Terrier – PRA 3 and PRA (rcd-4).
OWNERS of Irish Wolfhounds and Deerhounds are being encouraged to help with research being carried out by the University of Nottingham’s School of Veterinary Medicine and Science.
THE CHANCES of a dog becoming infected with tuberculosis is extremely low, according to DOG WORLD’s resident vet Steve Dean.