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About: Stuart Baillie

Stuart Baillie

DOG WORLD Managing Director Stuart Baillie has been in publishing for over 30 years, starting out as a junior reporter on a weekly newspaper. In 1992 he launched Baillie’s Words Company, a public relations and marketing agency which, as well as developing high profile campaigns for a range of clients including Scottish Enterprise, launched a range of business-to-business titles and a series of community newspapers. Stuart joined DOG WORLD in 2003, was appointed editor in 2004, became a director in 2005 and in 2007, with the late Kerry Williamson, led a management buyout. Since Kerry’s death, Stuart has become the sole shareholder of the business and is investing heavily in a number of areas including the use of video. All staff at DOG WORLD are encouraged to explore ways in which new technologies can be used to deliver the information and results that dog people want faster and more efficiently. DOG WORLD proudly boasts that “we know dogs,” and among its staff and contributors are some of the most eminent dog experts in the country. DOG WORLD is committed to providing accurate and impartial news and commentary, as well as a voice for exhibitors and breeders who might otherwise not be able to make their opinions heard. Stuart is married to Kay with three grownup children and a Border Terrier called Alfie.

Recent Posts by Stuart Baillie

Dog Advisory Council To Wind Down

THE DOG Advisory Council is to wind down at the end of the year or the beginning of 2015. The gradual demise of the (to give it its formal title) Advisory Council on the Welfare Issues of Dog Breeding will cause few to shed any tears. The announcement was made at the council’s most recent Continue Reading

When Expediency Backfires

ONE of the things I love about the age of social media is the immediacy you can gauge views and opinions relatively quickly. We’ve had one such example this week all based around a letter we published from Mike Gadsby of the world famous Afterglow kennel. Mike’s partner Jason Lynn was the man who handled Continue Reading

A Final Gloss on the Show Year – Crufts

ONE OF the things I love about Sheila Atter’s writing is that she writes from the heart and with great passion. And she is entitled to because Sheila has been there and done that. She is an exhibitor with an enviable track record and her reputation as a breeder of winning dogs is equally as Continue Reading

Entries Up, Pup of the Year & Flash Floods Force Relocation

IT HAS sure been a week and canine enthusiasts this side of the ‘pond’ have had a lot to savour and enjoy. As I mentioned last week the entry numbers for Crufts were announced and they are up. This follows on from increased entries at 2014’s first two championship shows; Boston and Manchester – a Continue Reading

Fast Judges Earn Incomplete Grade

THIS WEEK I’d like to introduce you to another of our columnists, this time Geraldine Cove-Print. Geraldine writes a weekly column usually focussing on issues surrounding rescue but every so often she looks more widely at the show scene and gives us the benefit of her experience as an exhibitor and observer. In a column Continue Reading

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