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Happy New Year 2019

Thank you to our members for their support this last year.
We wish you all the best in the show ring and in the whelping box


Championship Show
2 March 2019
Judge: Mrs C Pettersson (So What)

To be held at
The Old Mill Hall, School Lane, Grove, Wantage, Oxon OX12 7LB
Show opens at 8am, judging commences at 10am

Entry forms can be downloaded from Higham Press by clicking on this link

ENTRIES CLOSE MONDAY 21st JANUARY 2019 (Postmark)
Online entries may be made up until 12.00 noon on Monday 28th January 2019 at www.dog.biz


Crufts
Bring on Crufts 2019

7 - 10 March 2019
(Terrier Day Saturday 9 March)

Judging Scottish Terriers will be Mrs AMC Kenny-Marriott (click for more Crufts 2019 judges)

Crufts 2018 Scottish Terrier Best of Breed

Ch McVans Big Boppa at Beameups (Khenkia)
(c) Flick Digital

Visit www.crufts.org.uk for more info


PayPal

Pay your membership fees and yearbook advertising through the convenient
and secure online payment method, Paypal

NB All sums of money paid to the club need to have 5% added to the amount payable.
This is to cover PayPal charges.

See the Membership page for more details.


New in Health

Common Canine Poisons
Link to The Kennel Club Health website

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


From the Archives

1939

Terrier Dog Show in Olympia, London (1939) (Opens in YouTube)
STB&EA not responsible for content of Internet Links


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...

 

   

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