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When a Dog Is Called…to Surf

By Susan Chaney

Ricochet apparently always knew her mission in life, but it took her partner in philanthropy, Judy Fridono, a while to figure that out and to learn that if she paid attention to the Golden Retriever’s behavior, she could accompany the dog on her path.

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50th Anniversary Of The Eurodogshow Kortrijk

By Karl Donvil

As every show, it all started small. In 1964 Mr José Misselyn organized the first edition in Menen, a small town nearby Kortrijk. In 1970 I entered my Great Dane for this show and I remember that it took already place in the first expo halls of Kortrijk. 

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Results and Photo Gallery Kortrijk Jubileum Eurodogshow 2013

By Karl Donvil

Best In Show Daily congratulates the EuroDogShow on their 50th Anniversary. The event offered more dogs from more countries and expanded Judging panel than ever before and activities that appealed to all levels of dog fanciers. Share In the excitement with our extensive coverage and photo galleries.

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ABS Members Outraged By Rising Fees

By stuart Baillie

DURING the festive period the Kennel Club sent out letters to all members of its Assured Breeder Scheme outlining changes which caused outrage among some of its members. The KC wrote to explain new procedures and fees following the bestowal of UKAS accreditation this year. 

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ABS Manager Answers DW’s Queries On Changes To Scheme

By DogWorld-UK

DOG WORLD’s associate editor Simon Parsons asked the Kennel Club’s health and breeder services manager Bill Lambert for his response to comments which have been made about the recent announced changes to the Assured Breeder Scheme (ABS).

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Exhibitor And Family Homeless After Flash Floods – Dogs Saved From Drowning

Julie Platt (Wightflight) was asleep in her bungalow in Wootton on the Isle of Wight when a wave of water engulfed the property, leaving her, her 14-year-old son, partner Lee Wooliscroft and dogs struggling to find a place of safety. Two of the dogs were seconds away from drowning when they were rescued. The family woke at 2.30am to ‘a massive noise, clanging and banging’, as the wave – which Ms Platt believes was caused by a reservoir bursting its banks and the water running down a valley towards them – hitting the bungalow. A large section of the island had been flooded in recent days..  more

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