Dog World features archive - January 2012

My blood pressure soared! by Andrew Brace

12 Jan 2012 08:01

The international show in Jakarta was held on Sunday but as I was judging BIS my daytime assignments were two specialty shows for group 9 and group 5 and the day was not without its dramas.

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Time to tackle the real problem by Sheila Atter

12 Jan 2012 08:01

It’s been a tough three years or so, and just when we might have thought that things were becoming quieter our cosy little world looks like being turned upside down all over again.

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So what about the new year? by Eileen Geeson

12 Jan 2012 08:01

How will we do in 2012? Will it be ‘our’ year? Of course, in our precocious hobby of dog showing anything could happen.

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Winter training gives confidence boost by Wendy Beasley

12 Jan 2012 08:01

IT SEEMS slightly unfair that when we finally have time to devote to training our own dogs, all sorts of problems rear their ugly heads.

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Remembering those who lost their lives by Bronwyn Bartley

12 Jan 2012 08:01

THIS FIRST article of the year has to be the saddest of all as we always pay tribute to those lost during the previous 12 months, both human and canine; and so I would like to pay my respects for those lost in 2011.

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A Crufts semi-final preview by Richard Curtis

12 Jan 2012 08:00

DURING the 2011 season those handlers lucky enough to be working the advanced class in heelwork to music and/or freestyle have the opportunity to gain a place in the semi finals.

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Rats on the loose at Christmas by Jane Lilley

12 Jan 2012 08:00

I do hope everyone had as good a Christmas and new year as we did since ours was happy, peaceful and very enjoyable, that is all except for the rat invasion that happened suddenly three days before Christmas. 

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Dog World’s first rescue symposium by Geraldine Cove-Print

12 Jan 2012 08:00

Just a week to go until the first Dog World rescue symposium! I have been so heartened by the response to this idea from all those who work in rescue and the interest doesn’t stop there I’m glad to say, I think all dog people are beginning to realise that rescue and welfare are the most important issues to dog breeders and puppy buyers in the UK today.

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Roundworm and other parasites by Steve Dean

12 Jan 2012 08:00

In 1974, the year I became a veterinary surgeon, one of the key diseases for dog people to worry about was worms.

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The Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge collection by Nick Waters

12 Jan 2012 08:00

Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge (1882-1973) was the epitome of ‘American royalty’. A child of the gilded age, she was the daughter of William Avery Rockefeller Jr, the Standard Oil tycoon, who in 1907 married Marcellus Hartley Dodge, president of the Remington Arms Company.

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