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Championship Show 2018
Judge: Mrs Carol Annan (Lomondview)


Principal Winners

Best In Show
Bitch Challenge Certificate
Misses Hovagimyan's Multi Ch Verascott Juicy Couture

Reserve Best In Show
Reserve Bitch CC
Misses Chapman, Bradley & Herd's Ch Brueik Tickled Pink By Berrybreeze

Dog Challenge Certificate
Mrs Boyce's Trakside Mr Goodbar

Reserve Dog CC
Mr Marriott & Mrs Kenny-Marriott's Ch Millingford Kings Choice

Best Puppy In Show
Messrs Becquet & Darby's Minorlines Royal Imperial Becscott

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Congratulations to the winners
Thanks to exhibitors and spectators for supporting our show


Crufts 2018 Highlights
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Best of Breed Ch McVans Big Boppa at Beameups (Khenkia)
(c) Flick Digital

Scottish Terrier Results 2018

Terrier Judging
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Scottish Terrier - Terrier Group Winner's Interview | Crufts 2018
(Opens in YouTube)

Crufts will return next year from 7th - 10th March 2019


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From the Archives...
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1939

Terrier Dog Show in Olympia, London (1939)
(Opens in YouTube)


Press Release
Kennel Club Unveils Open Show Reforms

In the biggest shake-up to the open show scene for more than a generation, the Kennel Club has announced new measures to increase interest in this important and essential side of dog showing through the introduction of three new awards. In addition, the qualifications for the Junior Warrant award and the criteria for premier open shows have been changed to encourage more entries and give confidence to show organisers to schedule more classes and more breeds. Read more...


New in Health

Large-scale survey to estimate the prevalence of disorders for 192 Kennel Club registered breeds

Canine Genetics and Epidemiology
Large-scale survey to estimate the prevalence of disorders for 192 Kennel Club registered breeds

The Yellow Dog Project UK
A yellow ribbon or some other yellow indicator on a dogs leash means this dog needs some space

Kennel Club Charitable Trust Gives Further Funding To Canine Genetic Research Project ‘Give A Dog A Genome’

Longitudinal Health Project in Scottish Terriers by The Nottingham University Canine Breed Health Research Group

Scottish Terrier Breed Health by Jenny Morris

The KarltonINDEX(tm): Measuring the progress in the health of our dogs
Compiled by Phillipa Robinson

   

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