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2014 started in a promising way By Sheila Atter IT’S TRADITIONAL at the start of the new year to look back over the previous year and forward into the future.
Speaking out is not an act of treason by Steven Seymour HERE WE are facing another year. Many questions will be asked but just how many will get answers?
2014 marked by multi-stake winners by Wendy Beasley IT IS CUSTOMARY as we start a new year to look at the one that has just finished and at the time of writing this we are just waiting for the results from the Yorkshire WTS Christmas TD to complete the year’s trials.
A repeat performance from Indiana by Becca Middleton Alan Bray, last year’s winner of the Large Kennel Club Olympia Agility Stakes for grades 6/7, managed to get both of his dogs through to this prestigious final, which this year was judged by Marc Saunders...
Homes needed at the Doodle Trust by Jane Lilley NOW THAT the festive season is over again for another year and, at the risk of being boring by repetition, I do hope that you have all made a very good resolution to let me have your news and views just as soon as they occur to you and preferably...
Meet George of the Rivers by Nick Waters ORIGINALLY known as the Railway Pottery, it changed its name to Crown Devon in 1911. The company was founded by Simon Fielding who had been in the employ of the Duke of Sutherland and was an authority on pedigree dogs and poultry...
12 months of rescue in the news by Geraldine Cove-Print IT STRUCK me that if you show your dogs, the calendar is governed by the dates of dog shows and if you rescue dogs the calendar is all about second vaccinations, holiday dates which always bring in an extra wave of unwanted dogs and transport runs...
Analysing the PDSA 2014 PAW report by Steve Dean A HAPPY New Year to all readers of AVV and may 2015 see you in good health and with much success in your chosen area of competition.
Causes of licking and chewing by Julia Robertson WHEN IT comes to working out what is wrong with our dogs, so often we are second guessing through interpreting their behaviour. The symptoms they portray can be so diverse that we can be lead in many directions. One example of this is when a dog...
This week's Dog World Comment AS WE come to the end of the 2014 season we feel cautiously optimistic about the future of the dog show world.
In the Dog House by Simon Parsons A NUMBER of fines are recorded in the Kennel Club Journal for judges who don’t submit a report on their judging at championship and breed club open show appointments.
Top placed breeds by Simon Parsons WE ALL know who are the big winning individual dogs of 2014 – they are listed in this week’s DOG WORLD. But which were the most successful breeds?
The DAC's progress by Simon Parsons HAVING last week looked at APGAW's 'Dog Strategy', I now come to the report issued a few days later by the Advisory Council on the Welfare Issues of Dog Breeding.
Space Coast kicks off the Orlando Cluster by Andrew Brace Much as I was sad to miss the Eukanuba World Challenge in Amsterdam and being able to provide the commentary, I was already contracted to judge at the American Kennel Club/Eukanuba National Championship and the Orlando Cluster Shows as well as a...
Saved from a crate by angels by Sheila Atter Lucy snuggled further into her warm comfy bed, and opened one eye, just to reassure herself that the lights were still twinkling on the lovely tree that her new family had brought into the room that morning...
Progress – in tiny increments by Kevin Colwill ONE OF my favourite television programmes is QI. I’m particularly fond of anything that debunks popular misconceptions and reveals well known ‘facts’ as no more than misunderstandings, propaganda and wrong guesses.
A sporting Christmas in the trenches by Geraldine Cove-Print St Eloi – Western Front 1914 – The bright sickle of the moon illuminated the drab landscape, frost glistened on barb wire and the light blanket of snow lent purity to the ravaged earth.
Goodwill to all involved in trials by Wendy Beasley In the UK, Boxing Day is traditionally the time for the giving of ‘Christmas Boxes’ to show appreciation to servants or other deserving individuals.
Difficult problem, basic solution by Bronwyn Bartley Here we are then at the end of another year with my season ending in October at Tunbridge Wells. We missed the early October shows as we went to Scotland for two weeks holiday and what a fabulous time we had with good weather into the bargain.

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