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Andrew Graham, busy with moving house and a hectic grooming life, manages a snippet this week. ďHave you ever noticed that if you use a combi blaster/dryer and use the flexi hose to speed up drying...
From my last article you should now appreciate that Estimated Breeding Values (EBVs) are mathematical estimates of an animalís breeding value for measurable traits in much the same way that you have been making mental estimates of the breeding...
WHAT CAN one suggest to prevent tragedies such as that which ended in the death of a Leicestershire toddler from ever happening again? Clearly one cannot comment too specifically on the events which left a family devastated but perhaps a few...
As you travel the world it is interesting and sometimes puzzling to see how breeds are classified into the different groups and indeed how the groups are named.
The working party set up to examine ways in which dog showing can be made more popular in this country has already met and drawn up its remit.
IíVE BEEN going to breed club shows for over 30 years now and having just judged my own, I find it interesting to reflect how their meaning and relevance can change as ones own involvement evolves.
Although we have never been to the North East Working Trials Society TD championship trial at Tow Law we have heard a lot about it from those that have, and the advantage of tracking on grass is often offset by the October weather which, in this...
THE German Shepherd Dog Club of Wales championship show turned out to be a good day for me and Tallis when he won open C and qualified for ticket.
From the start of October I have been very busy with teaching workshops around the UK. Generally I donít teach many workshops during the summer as I am busy with the freestyle display at various events around the country.
I had a call from Sandra Ford of the Hiscli Cavalier King Charles Spaniels in Herne Bay, who badly needs some advice to help her now four-year-old black and tan bitch stop chewing the end of her tail and one ear.
Since April of this year the Organ Donation and Transplantation Directorate reports that 2,044 people have received transplants and yet only 31 per cent of the UK population are signed up to their donation scheme.
This month I have decided to write a little about behaviour problems in a more general way than I may otherwise do and ask you to think about how we define a problem.