The annual Canine Sports Science Seminar (CSSS) is back on 8 November at the Kennel Club Building in Stoneleigh. This year the CSSS will focus on the health and welfare of the canine athlete and will cover all aspects from nutrition to first aid with your dog. The event will feature four experts within the profession and will include breakout sessions and a Q&A. The CSSS is a great way to learn more about ensuring that your canine athlete is healthy and happy and is open to all.More information
The Kennel Club's Get Fit With Fido 2014 Challenge rewards the dog and dog owner who jointly lose the most weight and the dog owner and dog who individually lose the most weight, with the help of exercising together.More information
Kennel Club Question Time sessions are open to all dog lovers and enthusiasts and admission is free but places need to be booked in advance. Question Times are intended to give members of the dog loving public the opportunity to air views and question senior representatives of the Kennel Club or any issue affecting dogs and dog owners. Click here to find out what Kennel Club Question Time sessions are coming up.More information
The purpose of the Herding Test, a limited version of a sheepdog trial, is to safeguard the future development of the Border Collie by emphasising the importance of the breed's natural herding abilities.More information
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