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Have ‘doodles’ had their day? By Lee Connor One of the joys of living in this country is being able to walk into a store like WH Smith or any one of our large supermarkets and being able to flick through the vast array of glossy magazines on offer on...
Judging: too soon and too late by Sheila Atter Many people are exercised by the problem of how to get onto the various club judging lists. It seems that copious amounts of both time and money are needed in order to climb even halfway up the ladder...
For the love of dogs – recipe included by Eileen Geeson I must admit I have always been hungry to learn more about keeping my dogs as healthy as possible. As a child my home life had taught me that a happy dog that had a loving home, plenty of exercise...
A successful trip to Monk Fryston by Wendy Beasley No matter how much you may love your sport or hobby there are times when the pressure’s on and you are feeling particularly nervous that you wonder why you do it.
Busy life and busy season ahead by Matt Hammersley This past month life has been manic to say the least in our household, between getting married, having our litter of long awaited puppies born only two days before our wedding day and then opening our new outdoor shop...
Fine tuning at Agility Secrets camp by Becca Middleton In September I was lucky enough to attend one of Laura Chudleigh’s Agility Secrets camps and I thought I would tell you about it. This is the third camp I have been to and each and every one of them has...
Getting the dog back in the car by Jane Lilley Please can anyone help or advise Suzannah Thurgood of the Pecolstone Golden Retrievers, who has a very difficult problem with one of her dogs.
An unusual Victorian marble group by Nick Waters Garden and monumental statuary designed to grace imposing homes is the art form for which there is often the least information available. If most could talk, they would probably have some wonderful stories to tell...
Wannabe a dog groomer? by Eileen Geeson As Grooming dogs – which covers more than the general brushing and combing of dogs in these days of modern terminology – is now considered part of dog ownership more than it ever was before...
Reassuring signs during whelping by Steve Dean Whelping never fails to surprise for it is not a predictable event even for those of us who have many years of experience. The normal process is hard to define and the best that can be said is a normal whelping is where the pups are...
The Dog Coat Company Calm Coat by Geraldine Cove-Print February 2011, Christchurch, New Zealand: A State of Emergency was declared by the Government as the full consequences of the earthquake which was rated at 6.3 finally began to filter through.
This week's Dog World Comment IN THE latest Kennel Club Journal, chairman Steve Dean attempts an overview of exhibitors’ moans about judges and the judging system in the UK. As anyone who has seriously thought about this subject will know, there are no simple answers...
In the Dog House by Simon Parsons IT MUST be unusual for Yvonne Knapper and Steve Dean to have similar concerns but this week they seem to. Yvonne read my piece recently about various moans exhibitors had raised about shows today, and says...
Essential reads by Simon Parsons I WAS pleased to receive a copy of the third edition of Pointers Worldwide, following the first two which were published in 2010 and 2012. The aim of the books, edited by Flo Barker, is to give an impression of the breed as it is today in as...
Withholding CCs by Simon Parsons LOOKING on Higham Press to see who had won in one of my favourite breeds at a recent show, I got a mild shock to see that the reserve CC had been withheld in the males. Thinking there must have been a very poor entry, I scrolled down only to...
Overwhelming generosity in Japan by Andrew Brace Each time I visit Japan I am impressed by its people’s kindness, politeness, generosity of spirit and embarrassing hospitality. It is also little wonder that Japan has become a nation of clever dog breeders when you talk to the fanciers...
Still waiting for positive changes By Sheila Atter I had hoped that by now there would be some sort of interim report from the Working Party set up to investigate the show scene and hopefully stem the tide of falling entries. The longer the delay in formulating recommendations about the future...
Engaging the new and keeping the old by Steven Seymour Most of the readers of this column are well established long time breeders and exhibitors, but just pause for a moment and take a view from that of a newcomer. Even more importantly, take the view of a newcomer who is aged less than 40 years old...
A purple patch and stubble practice by Wendy Beasley There is no doubt that dogs have purple patches, a time when all the luck is with them and they can’t seem to put a paw wrong, and this certainly seems to be the case for Alan Bexon and WT Ch Fly By Night Lad at the moment. You will remember this...

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