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Jennifer Stewart – Combining Art And Dogs Successfully

By Deb Eldredge, D.V.M

It is always nice to see fine art work of any breed. Of course, it is even nicer when the artist is also infatuated with your own breed. While Jennifer Stewart started off obsessed with horses, she quickly moved on to dogs and has never looked back.

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To Crate or Not to Crate – and for How Long?

By Bo Bengtson

A well-known European breeder, someone whose opinion I respect, has created a bit of a stir by posting on his Facebook page that he will not ever sell a puppy to a home with a “cage,” or crate as we normally call it. Almost a hundred visitors chimed in, almost all agreeing: crates are “never acceptable,” the devil’s handiwork

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Breeder Buzzwords – The Irish Red and White Setter

By Dan Sayers

Best In Show Daily congratulates Judy Baumgartner for winning the first ever Best In Show for Red & White Setters with her owner-handled BIS BISS Silver GCH Mizen Duchas Dilis JH “Sean” under Judge Mr. James Brown at the Oshkosh Kennel Club. Defeating 804 entries, always owner-handled, Judy has patiently stewarded her breed since 2007. To mark this wonderful achievement, we’re taking a look at what makes the Red & White remarkable.

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Keep Puppies from ‘Fading’ with Proper Management

By Susan Chaney

Puppy fading. Virtually every breeder has heard the term. However, according to Michelle Kutzler, D.V.M., Ph.D., an associate professor in the department of animal sciences at Oregon State University, no puppy born healthy should die within the first two weeks of birth. If it does, it’s a matter of animal management, not “fading,” she says.

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A Second Career For All Those Ribbons

By Sheila Blanning

As a pony-mad child with seemingly no hope of ever having a pony of her own, Sheila Blanning could never have dreamt that, one day, she would not only have her own pony, but a pony so wonderful that he would win so many rosettes for her, she was able to turn them into a bedspread. 

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Welcome To The First Annual Canine & Coaches Celebration

Horses and dogs just naturally go together, from the stately spotted Dalmatian coach dog a top the Budweiser Clydesdales' Studebaker wagon, to the Queen's Corgis following Her Majesty's horses. The NYC carriage industry is pleased to welcome the 138th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show not only to New York City, but to our NEIGHborhood! WKC exhibitors at Piers 92/94 are only a stone's throw away from the largest carriage stable in Manhattan, Clinton Park Stables at 618 W. 52ndSt. To celebrate the thousands of years of partnership between man, horse and dog, the NYC carriage industry invites WKC dog show participants to stop by our stables for an open house on February 10th and 11th, from 1 to 5 each day more  
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