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First tickets and double wins by Bronwyn Bartley We start this week’s article with two championship shows at opposite ends of the country, North West Kent DTC on July 26 and Redcar DTC on July 27.
A month of teaching by Richard Curtis The weather has been so nice recently I had my fingers crossed that it would remain sunny for the two heelwork to music boot camps that I was due to teach over the last month.
Health tests and rejuvenation by Jane Lilley An almost instant response came to my description of the sad tale of the two Afghan Hounds in the column of August 8 from Ian Millar, the breed heath co-ordinator for Schipperkes, who says that they have been dealing with MPS111B, which he...
A prewar sportsman and his dogs by Nick Waters With the grouse season already underway and with partridge, duck and geese coming in shortly and pheasant on October 1, I thought I would feature a sporting picture so have gone for one that is not the usual and frequently predictable ‘dogs...
The family phenomenon of DeZynadog says farewell by Eileen Geeson When my old friend Trevor Flatt rang me to let me know that DeZynadog had been sold I knew this was a grooming phenomenon that needed to be shared.
Ebolavirus, Alabama rot and SCI by Steve Dean Ebolavirus is being continually reported in the news and has a horrifying reputation as an infection that kills nearly everyone it infects. Even more frightening is the revelation that there is no specific treatment or immunisation to protect...
Pro Kolin+ by Geraldine Cove-Print Once in a while I’m offered a product for testing that I’m already aware of and this week I’m happy to say that this item has been tried and tested and found to be one of the most useful additions to the Crew’s first aid kit.
This week's Dog World Comment AS EXPECTED, the Finnish Kennel Club's World Show was a masterpiece of organisation, with over 21,000 dogs judged comfortably within three days without hassle and with reasonable start and finish times each day.
In the Dog House by Simon Parsons WE HEAR an awful lot about not leaving dogs in cars, keeping them cool at shows, not exercising them at the hottest part of the day and so on.
Scandinavian stewards by Simon Parsons IT WAS good to see quite a number of British spectators, plus some with dogs and more UK judges than normal for a World Show, during my last-minute trip to Helsinki last weekend.
Top broods by Simon Parsons I ALWAYS like to feature any bitches who have produced three or more champions so if you know of any new examples I haven't featured before by all means let me know.
Royal Welsh Show by Simon Parsons WE ARE ALL familiar with the Royal Welsh Showground which is well worth the sometimes slow but always pretty journeys from most other parts of the UK for its two general championship shows and working/pastoral group show.
Split summer night shows – any judge’s dream assignment by Andrew Brace EACH YEAR I look forward to the week of the Split Summer Night Shows as my summer holiday. Having judged twice for Ante Lucin, whose brainchild these four shows were, hosted by the Sporting Dog Club of Split, I realised how little sleep he was...
Health must remain the gold standard by Sheila Atter ‘THERE is a need for well-reared puppies, but the general public cannot buy these puppies if they do not exist! In this respect the Kennel Club in an ideal situation needs decent breeders to breed more puppies than they do already...
Clues from looking at autism in humans by Eileen Geeson AUTISM comes with a jumble of frightening sensations. You may remember the Points to Ponder on autism and demodex. I asked if there was a relationship between the two, the compromised immunity system being affected and the dog left in a world of...
Desire to work key over ability by Wendy Beasley AS WITH most other dog disciplines people usually come into trials with the dog they already have. If they go on to find that this is something that they really enjoy they either decide that their next...
Cani-Fit eXperience and the ECF Grand Prix by Matt Hammersley Scotland is having a great year for sporting events with the Commonwealth Games in full throw, the Ryder Cup golf coming to Perthshire and the third Cani-Fit eXperience event due to be held this October at Bowlands trails.
The KC’s four-day International Festival by Becca Middleton THE 2014 European Open Agility Competition was held in Taszar in Hungary. A team of small, medium and large dogs travelled to the competition a few days before the show and the top results were achieved...
Bee stings, scratching and Spike by Jane Lilley A PLEA for help or even advice comes from Sue Young of the Barrowgreen Tibetan Spaniels about her Sasha who, in early July, was set upon by bees when she had the temerity to run up near their hive and was stung at least...

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