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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.

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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?

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Owner Handlers and the Two Minute Rule

By Rhoda Springer

It’s one of the first things we are taught when we start showing: in general, judges will take 2 minutes per dog to judge their assignment. Later you learn that this isn’t so much a tool to estimate when you are actually going in the ring, and more a real rule 

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An Interview with Kirby McNab

By Kayla Bertagnolli

Wanna meet an amazing, inspiring girl today? Well here’s your chance! This girl is a total force to be reckoned with!

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Three-Pawed Pup Paves New Path

By Susan Chaney

The instant Pirelli was born, the staff at the Canine Assistants “farm” in Alpharetta, Ga., knew he was destined for a special job. He would not be a service dog or a therapy dog or a seizure-response dog like the other eight puppies in his litter.

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Streamlining the show world by Steven Seymour

By Stuart Baillie

THE WORDS in the column this week are not mine, they were written for the newspaper last week by one of our regular columnists, Steven Seymour. Steven is Austalian but settled in the UK a few years ago and is well known for his Beagriff Griffons.

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The Bottom Line

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Dan Sayers

Editor in chief

The Back Story

Billy Wheeler


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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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