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A Look Back – A Look Forward

By Rich Goldman

In 2013, Best In Show Daily brought its audience the very best in coverage of the fancy. We covered the topics our community most wanted to see, everyday. As 2013 draws to a close, we are bringing you Best In Show Daily’s Publishers Picks. My pick of the best stories for 2013. We wish you a Happy New Year, a year of successes, good health & longevity to enjoy it.

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Age Is a State of Mind – Readers Choice

By Best In Show Daily

Fittingly, in the final days of 2013, the Readers' Choice Article of 2013 is an article on the future. We worry about the longevity of our sport, that it's not as fun but then are reminded, through the eyes of children, what it's all about: passion, enthusiasm, commitment. And, we remember how we started, we all fell in love with a dog as youngsters.

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Remembering Our Canine War Heroes

By Christi McDonald

On this Veterans Day, it’s fitting that we remember those who have served to defend and protect our country, both human and canine. More than 2,000 military working dogs are currently deployed around the world.

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Tragedy Strikes Dog Community

By Stuart Baillie

Tragedy has again struck the dog world as we recoil in horror at the photos of Lisa Croft-Ellliot & Carrie Russell-Smith’s destroyed rig. Parked on the shoulder due to a break-down, they were hit by a large truck.

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Breeder/Owner-Handlers Are Not the Minor League

By Rhoda Springer

Some lessons that I have learned over the years seemed so small when I learned them and yet have stood by me better than anything I was ever tested on in school.

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Crosstraining Your Show Puppy:
Part I

By Deb Eldredge, D.V.M.

Just the thought of training a puppy for the show and obedience rings simultaneously probably makes some of you cringe. You’re likely thinking, “But then my puppy will sit in the ring!”.

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Inbreeding: A Force for Good – or a Skeleton in Our Closet?

By Bo Bengtson

A lot of people in Great Britain heaved a deep sigh of relief when they realized that our Westminster Best in Show winner, the feisty Affenpinscher GCh. Banana Joe v. Tani Kazari, would not be going to Crufts this year. This had nothing to do with anyone being afraid of the competition

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True Cause of Bloat Goes Under the Microscope

By Susan Chaney

It won’t be this year, and most likely not next, but sometime in the next few years, we may actually find out – once and for all – what causes gastric dilatation-volvulus, more commonly known as bloat.

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Where Have All the Exhibitors Gone?

By Billy Wheeler

For some time we have seen a number of really small shows. There are some positive aspects to the less than 400 dog entry. Exhibitors have more time to speak with each other and more time to learn something new.

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ABS Changes Cause Outrage Among Members

CHANGES to the Assured Breeder Scheme (ABS) have caused outrage among some of its members. The Kennel Club has written to all its Assured Breeders telling them of new procedures and fees following the bestowal of UKAS accreditation this year.

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