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Time for the taxman to get tough? By Lee Connor A few days ago an elderly neighbour from several doors down knocked. I was quite surprised to open the door and find her standing there as we have only ever exchanged the usual polite pleasantries but I immediately knew something was troubling her.
Another one size fits all regulation? By Sheila Atter I don’t think any responsible breeder or owner would argue with the idea that all dogs should be permanently identified. Whether the method used is the tattoo or the microchip has long been the subject of much debate...
Twenty years of Canine Health Concern by Eileen Geeson This year cannot go by without recognition of one of the canine world’s best friends. When Catherine O’Driscoll started detective work into why her young, previously healthy dogs became ill and consequently died...
An uncertain time for fitting dogs by Wendy Beasley The week following the Kennel Club Championships, and this year at the other end of the country, the North East Counties TD championship took place at Tow Law.
An exciting climax to the season by Bronwyn Bartley On OCTOBER 18 we went down to the South of England Showground at Ardingly for the East Grinstead DTC championship show, this being less than two days after we had arrived back home from Scotland.
Hearthrug training over winter by Richard Curtis With the winter fast approaching it is normally not the type of weather that you want to be outside training your dog. The one advantage of HTM and freestyle is that you can train your dog a lot of the moves in a small space.
Settling tummies and clearing them up by Jane Lilley Besides having now proved itself as a well tried and tested remedy for itching and scratching, the idea of using liquidised raw spinach as an aid to digestion seems to have provoked a good deal of interest.
Johnson’s Ch Frederick of Kelwall by Nick Waters During a career that spanned a lot of years, Dorothy Johnson (1902-1988) painted many top winning show dogs, including the first British champion Pharaoh Hound, Ch Kilcroney Rekhmire Merymut and one of the first British champion Finnish Spitz, Ch...
Looking North for direction by Eileen Geeson This week we are delighted to feature a well established dog grooming centre.
Will we see more distemper in the UK? by Steve Dean A headline may have caught readers’ eyes last week on page 2 of DOG WORLD. Vets fear puppy imports may reintroduce distemper to the UK it stated in bold letters.
K9 Cleancoat by Geraldine Cove-Print One of the joys of the colder weather is walking your dog or dogs on a bright, frosty morning. I love watching them run and play and then comes that moment when they find a thin layer of ice over a muddy puddle and in seconds you know that not...
This week's Dog World Comment WE ARE sure our readers will wish a happy retirement to Clarissa Baldwin, for 28 years the chief executive of Dogs Trust.
In the Dog House by Simon Parsons HAS THERE been any progress in sorting out the question of mutual recognition of judges between the Kennel Club and the Fédération Cynologigue Internationale?
Sutton’s heyday by Simon Parsons JUST AS one scans the obituary pages of the broadsheets to see which celebrity has died next, the same applies to the Kennel Club Journal where one looks to see which open show society has died this month.
Gundogs and goodbyes by Andrew Brace A busy and somewhat demanding week began with the Gundog Society of Wales championship show on the Wednesday, sadly (spoken as a Welshman) now held in Malvern.
ABS must put quality dogs first by Sheila Atter THE KENNEL Club recently issued guidelines on the subject of the social media. There was sensible advice reminding people that anything they post is in a public forum – even if included in a closed group...
Providing a central database by Steven Seymour MY FELLOW columnist Sheila Atter wrote what I think were magic words a few weeks back. Sheila wrote “the problem with the system is there is no system at all”.
A privileged view of the country by Wendy Beasley As I drove through the country lanes of Norfolk on a sunny autumn day recently I started to think about all the lovely places we had been in other parts of the country.
Mud baths and Baltic weather by Matt Hammersley It’s been a busy month already for dog sport around the European scene, despite the warm weather many races have got off to start the season and once again Team GB arrived home from the European Canicross Federation Grand Prix race in France with...

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