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Crufts best in show and top dog Philippe dies ONE OF Britain's greatest and most popular show dogs of the '00s, the Giant Schnauzer Ch Jafrak Philippe Olivier, has died at the age of 12. His wins made history for the breed and his final total of 14 all-breeds best in show wins, climaxing with...
  THOSE who breed two or more litters a year should be licensed, the Dog Advisory Council (DAC) is recommending to the Government.
  PRELIMINARY lay-out plans are now in place for this year’s LKA in the new halls at the NEC – 17-20 and 6.
Mail-order pups on the rise, warns KC THE UK is sleepwalking into a dog welfare and consumer crisis, the Kennel Club warned this week, as new research revealed that an increasing number of people are buying puppies online or from pet shops instead of from a responsible breeder.
  THE NUMBER of rescued street dogs entering the UK from abroad legally on pet passports is causing concern.
  LAST WEEKEND the Bundessiegerzuchtschau, the specialty of the SV, the country of origin’s club for German Shepherd Dogs, took place in Kassel.
Keith and June Young retire from City posts Show manager David Bell is to be interim secretary of City of Birmingham ch show until its annual meeting in March following the announcement that Keith Young is to retire.
  MANCHESTER will be the first ch show to have ramps for Bulldogs. The ramps are being trialled for a year from January 1 following a request from the breed council.
  THE CHAIRMEN and vice-chairmen of the Kennel Club’s committees and sub-committees have been announced following the triennual elections.
Pugs and Bulldogs stolen in house raid NINE Pugs, including a bitch three weeks from whelping, and two Bulldog puppies have been stolen from an exhibitor’s house.
  DARLINGTON Society is thanking ‘their loyal exhibitors’ for the entries to this year’s show, which are down 96 dogs only on the total for 2012.
  MARTIN Wyles has resigned as chairman and member of the National Dog Show.