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A P5 Video’s Worth a Thousand Words

By Susan Chaney

Perhaps the greatest asset of P5, besides the training expertise of course, is the app’s videos. I can read how to do something with my dog 10 times, and still manage to mess it up. But when I can actually see someone else do it, I can easily mimic the action.

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Jilly’s Jolly Jaunt

By Stuart Baillie

SINCE I started writing this weekly column for Best In Show Daily I feel that my contributions have tended to look at the less positive side of our hobby but this week I am able to write about an event which has been truly inspiring and which I feel a genuine sense of pride at having been involved in.

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Bark! Who Goes There?

By Dan Sayers

Our dogs speak in a variety of voices. Some of the sounds they make are breed-specific, while others are more universally expressed. With little effort, we all learn to distinguish the vocalizations our dogs make, and we can generally interpret their desire or intention simply by listening.

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What’s in a Kennel Name?

By Christi McDonald

Is there prestige in having a well-known kennel name today, as there was in the days of the big, grand kennels? Are kennel names as important to hobby breeders and dog show people today as they were to fanciers of old?

I remember when I was just a girl, raised with Cairn Terriers, learning that Mildred Bryant’s ‘Milbryan’ kennel prefix was registered with the American Kennel Club.

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My Favorite Things – Inspiration

By Christi McDonald

One of my favorite aspects of being part of purebred dogs is remembering the people who inspired me, when I was young, to continue in the sport.

As a kid who grew up around the Terrier rings, of course there were lots of great Terrier men who were inspiring, but there was one woman that I really admired who duked it out with the “old boys’ network” in Terriers every weekend and often enough came away the victor.

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Canada Updates Regulations Regarding Importing Dogs

The new CFIA regulations apply to those that are classified as "commercial animals". The CFIA has specific guidelines for dogs that are being imported into Canada as pets. Contact the CFIA directly for further information on Canadian regulations regarding the importation of dogs."  

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