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Crufts 2015

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AKC/Eukanuba National Championship





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DAILY RESULTS

July 05, 2015
Ann Arbor KC (2)

July 05, 2015
Greater DeKalb KC (2)

July 05, 2015
Huntington KC (2)

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Naugatuck Valley KC (2)

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Texas KC

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Ventura County DFA

July 04, 2015
Ann Arbor KC

July 04, 2015
Farmington Valley KC

July 04, 2015
Greater DeKalb KC

July 04, 2015
Huntington KC



PRESS RELEASES
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July 03, 2015
Wanted: 4,600 Dogs for Bloat Study

July 02, 2015
AKC Health Foundation Partners with VetVine with Free Webinar on Joint Health in Dogs

July 02, 2015
Meet the American Kennel Club’s Three New Dog Breeds


The Bottom Line
Bo Bengtson


As The Wheels Turn
Laura Reeves


EURODOGNEWS
Karl Donvil


DFR
Kayla Bertagnolli


Horizons
Keven Harris


Krew's Reviews
Kristina Estlund


DogWorld UK
Stuart Baillie


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Remembering “03142” on our Independence Day Weekend. A few weeks ago, a Bald Eagle died in Henrietta, New York. It was struck by a car, probably while tearing into a roadkill rabbit carcass. This was no ordinary bird: Eagle 629-03142, age 38, was...
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The biggest rosettes of the weekend were being handed out by a Lancashire local, Michael Gadsby. His winner of Best in Show at Blackpool Championship Dog Show was a young Bouvier des Flandres Liskport Lord Of The Rings followed by a Tibetan...
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Considering how badly it started, with the tragic deaths of the Russian handlers and their dogs, the escaped Sheltie at Calais, and the road accident involving the young German Shorthaired Pointer, the World Dog Show in Milan turned out to be very...
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Tufts University researchers are looking for 4,600 purebred dogs to participate in a landmark study of bloat, a life-threatening condition that primarily afflicts larger canines. The study will use DNA taken from blood and abdominal tissue samples to investigate possible genetic links...
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George Washington was first President of the United States and the father of our country, but he also had another distinction—America’s first crazy dog man. When Washington wasn’t out leading revolutions and presiding over the birth a nation, the Virginia plantation owner was obsessed with his pack. Fox hunting was one of his greatest pleasures, Continue Reading