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Are you like me, still wondering? Every time we open our weekly top-up of dog info, news and views, there’s another take on the subject of falling entries.
After her success in CD at Lauder I was feeling quite confident about Venus’ first attempt at UD open in Yorkshire, not least because she appeared to love stubble.
Hello from sunny Norfolk. I have finally moved house and already love all the open space here and so do my dogs!
Having seen the success ITV has enjoyed with its plethora of dog related shows it seems the BBC has decided that it too wants a piece of the action and so it brought us The Wonder of Dogs.
A heartfelt plea for help and/or advice comes from Sarah Jones in Wiltshire, whose now five-year-old castrated orange Pomeranian’s problems with his coat started in January last year.
Do you give your dogs treats? I think most of us use food as a training reward but do we really know what is in that small object of desire for our dogs?
The hock joints are key features in efficient movement. The hock is a hinge joint, tightly formed and held together with many strong ligaments. This construction is adapted to manage the considerable force that is transmitted through the hock to...
A dog of Greyhound type is arguably the oldest ‘breed’ in the world. For the purpose of historians on the dog the most important legacy of the Egyptians is that they brought the Greyhound to prominence.
Whether to clip or strip can be quite a dilemma for some groomers. The show dog of any breed must have its recommended trimming adhered to, but when it comes to the average pet dog that comes into the salon the tables turn.
MANY READERS, we suspect, will be relieved by the first two sentences in Kennel Club chairman Steve Dean’s column in the new Kennel Gazette.
ONE OF THE main attractions of DOG WORLD is the inclusion of judges’ critiques. Exhibitors turn religiously to the show reports as, unlike those who show in many FCI countries, there is no way of someone who has shown knowing what any judge...
The Ely and District Wildfowlers Association held their annual gundog working tests at Stags Holt in Cambridgeshire by kind permission of Michael Deptford and Deptford Farms Ltd, the home of the famous Sovereign Quarter Horses...