This section is full of articles and information written by different authors covering a variety of dog breeds and canine issues.
The Breeders Corner articles is an opportunity for various breeders from around the world to tell their story and talk about their chosen breed.
A Conditioning Program Using the Cycle & Step Ladder Technique Incorporating Amino Acids, Complex Carbohydrates and Vitamin/ Mineral/Trace Elements The Cycles: This program is by
Of course, I can always be counted upon to argue that a Bulldog is, well, a Bulldog. That there was no need to cross him
In 1973 I was living and working in the province of Foggia in the south of Italy. In my spare time I was studying and
Recently I had cause to go to Kelvin side in Glasgow and this took me back more than 38 years. i came to the S.K.C.
The Breeder—a person who has on his premises one or more bitches which are mated for commercial purposes, for sale as pets, as guide dogs,
Defecation – The discharge of Faeces from the body Dyschezia – Pain or difficulty on defecation Haematoc – Presence of fresh blood in formed faeces
The KNPV is an organization which is 90 years old. The start of the KNPV was at a protection dog trial in 1907. It has
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier came into existence in 1935. Before you jump out of your chair and protest read on. Many people owned Bull and
Taking a look at the often-suggested connection between the Otter Hound and the ancestor of the Bedlington Terrier. The current Covid -19 lockdown and the
The present day Norfolk Terrier began life as a show breed in 1932 when, as the drop-eared Norwich Terrier, it was accepted on the Kennel
Taking yet another unbiased look at the possible ancestry of the Bedlington terrier. I suppose that one of the most gratifying things about having one’s
My long-standing interest and involvement with working dogs has led me recently to a keen interest in the mantrailing bloodhound. I believe the bloodhound who
The ridiculous arms race that went on between America and the soviets for many decades has been used as a model by biologists for understanding
McDonal’s ‘Grip’ aka The Gas House Dog was born in the early 1870’s and passed away in 1882. He was a 31lb dog and was
I don’t suppose anything I can say will settle the argument between the hound admirers and theAiredale fans, but for the benefit of both of
The Black Country has been the home of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier since long before 1935 when the breed was first registered with the Kennel