Kate Ellis' new puppy Jessica:
Sarah Squire's New Puppy:
This is Boris (at the moment) a gorgeous Cockapoo!
Sue Hamer-Moss' new puppies
The black working Cocker Spaniel is named Phoenix and 12 weeks old (Phoenix from the ashes of Jake's retirement) . The black and white Springer Spaniel is named Tacker and is 9 weeks old (the name means "little one" in Devonian).
Welcome Blitz: Deb Collin's new puppy
Welcome Bryn: Ann Hampshire's new puppy 4.3kg and just had his first injections.
This is Shirley Elkins new puppy named Renn as a puppy and at 6 months old.
Three New Dartmoor Puppies:-
All three puppies are part of Tess' litter of 2 girls and 4 boys belonging to Rosy White. Viv Watts little girl is called Tara, Bob & Georgina Horner little girl is called Sorrel and Rosy little boy is called Pims. All the puppies have found an agility home.
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Jack: Debbie & Tim Colling new puppy.
Isla Ball's new puppy - Enzo the Thug:
Enzo (KC name Kisdons Bacchus) is another Hungarian wirehaired vizsla boy (half brother to Yanni) he is 11 weeks old (photo a week ago & it feels like we've had him forever. We chose the name Enzo after reading a wonderful book (The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein) narrated by Enzo the dog who was owned by a racing driver ... we had been very undecided about his name but came to the conclusion that if we were to give him the fun of agility he would have to be fast & accurate ... if he didn't enjoy it at least he would have style ... & will wear a red collar (the name came from Enzo Ferarri).
He is confident, adventurous, his little bottom wiggles up to objects with great purpose, he has really sharp teeth & is very loving. Yanni has adapted to him really well & is a mother to him as well as a playmate. We now have to tell Enzo to be gentle with Yanni ... hence the thug element! We are loving every minute of this time with them but very grateful puppies sleep a lot!
Pete Richardson's new puppy named Dottie (AKA Miss Red)
Mrs Ann Hampshire
Dartmoor Dog Training Club
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Merton 2018 Photo's
We have a few photographs of Members and their dogs at the Merton Show 2018. We have to thank David Wilson for taking the photo's. Click here to view.
Guide to Surviving your first agility show:
Kim Lawer and Cornwall Agility Club have produced a very detailed and comprehensive document for anyone entering their first show. It would be impossible to improve upon this document and with their permission i have made it available to download here.
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Are You Aware of Alabama Rot Disease It can be fatal to your dog. A confirmed case occurred in Cullompton recently. The dog concerned had been walked at Kilerton and Ashclyst woods.
Click here for more details.
Kennel Club Guidlines for owners and handlers with dogs taking part in canine activites. Click below
How to perform CPR on your dog:
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Is your dog microchipped?
Are You Aware
of the ammendments to the Dangerous Dogs Act. Click here for the details - it effects us all.
Minutes of Kennel Club Agility Liaison Council Meeting 17th January 2019 see here.