Dogs & People

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The Badger of Hyde Park

  AS MANY of us, who love our pedigree dogs know, there is an awful lot of nonsense written about them in the press and on social media. One of the recurring arguments that regularly pops up is that breeding for the show ring dulls the dogs’ ‘senses and hunting abilities’. It’s an accusation that… read more

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Around the Dog World Wraps Up 2015

IN THE four years that Around the Dog World has been on your screens, this annual episode has become a firm favourite – a look back at the most successful dogs of the previous year, with their winning form analysed by two of the sport’s experts. It certainly sounds like a winning formula. Around the… read more

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Harbor City & Torrance Residents to Compete at 3rd Annual Masters Agility Championship At Westminster KC

Harbor City resident Deborah Davidson Harpur will have 2 dogs competing in The 3rd Annual Masters Agility Championship at Westminster in New York City on Saturday, Feb. 13, the opening act of the famed Westminster Week and its celebration of dogs. Torrance resident Robert Moray will be handling one of her dogs at this event…. read more

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Failure is an option

In college I loved listening to TED talks. I was totally wrapped up in them when I was an undergraduate, always enthralled with the new technology and ideas being discussed. After school ended, though, I had a disconnect from a side of me I really loved– the curious, bookworm self that seemed to disappear under the… read more

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Words Matter…

The indignant people who have informed me they will call their dog what they want, can’t see the forest for the trees. The animal rights cults have a plan and one of the tools they use is called “incrementalism” – one step at a time, one inch at a time, one bad law at a… read more

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As The Wheels Turn – Kids and Dogs

Kids and dogs make the world go ‘round. The cuteness factor is undeniable. In fact, basic Advertising 101 includes an entire chapter on incorporating kids and animals for maximum impact in a product launch. At AKC dog shows, the generational aspect of dog people having children, raising them at the shows and watching them continue… read more

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Dog Breeders Should Be More Gay

The animal rights movement is a professional political movement to end all dog breeding.  Dog breeders would be wise to take a lesson from the history of professional political movements, and the gay rights movement is a perfect example.  Dog breeders should be more gay. In the forty-two years between 1973 and 2015 homosexuality went… read more

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Newfoundland as State Dog – Our Big Day with the Committee

From the Editor:  The NottaBear Kennel had their day in front of the Oregon Senate Interim Rules Committee.  They had a wonderful reception prior to the hearing with everyone wanting to pet the dogs and asking for photo ops.  Their presentation went very smoothly.  In their expanded time, they were able to present the origins… read more

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Junior Spotlight: The 2015 Junior Agility Competition

BY FAITH ROGERS, JUNIOR HANDLER   Agility is in every sense of the word a team sport, a combination of speed, consistency, and trust. This is a sport filled with magical runs, but also frustrating disappointments. Perseverance builds character when training plans don’t succeed and the only choice is to try again. The dedication and… read more

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FDNY Says Goodbye to Dalmation Given to Ladder 20 After 9/11 Attacks

On Sept. 11, 2001, the Fire Department of New York’s Ladder 20 lost seven of its members who raced to the 35th floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center before the building collapsed. Yesterday, they lost the dog who helped the survivors cope. Twenty, a Dalmatian puppy given to the department shortly… read more

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