Assured Breeder Scheme Seminar
About the Assured Breeder Scheme
- The Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme promotes good
breeding practice and aims to work together with breeders and
puppy buyers to force irresponsible breeders out of
- There are set requirements that Assured Breeders must agree to
follow, which encourage the breeding of healthy, and well-adjusted
puppies. Breeders nationwide are joining the Assured Breeder
Scheme to demonstrate their commitment to responsible
Programme for the Day - 13th June
- 08.30 - 09.15: Registration and
- 09.15 - 09.45: Bill Lambert - Kennel
Club Health and Breeder Services Manager
"Eleven years of the Assured Breeder Scheme".
How the scheme has developed since its inception
- 09.45 - 10.45: Anita Tabrett - Manager of
"Petlog" the UK's largest microchip database
"Compulsory Microchipping 2016"
How the changes in the law will affect Assured Breeders
- 10.45 - 11.15: Coffee Break
- 11.15 - 12.00: Peter Rolph - Managing
Partner at Steel Raymond LLP Solicitors
"When things go wrong"
How to avoid and deal with conflict with puppy buyers
- 12.00 - 13.00: Lunch
- 13.00 - 13.45: Aimee Llewellyn - Kennel
Club Health Information Manager
"Making use of ABS online resources"
How Assured Breeders can make use of Kennel Club online tools
- 13.45 - 15.15: Focus Groups - "Have your
Your opportunity share your ideas and help shape the scheme for
- 15.15 - 15.30: Coffee Break
- 15.30 - 17.00: ABS Question time
A chance to ask any questions about the ABS or any of the days
- 17.00: Close of day
"I decided to join the Assured Breeder Scheme because I wanted the confidence and the reassurance that I was doing all of the right things by my girls and the breed"
"As a novice breeder, it was reassuring to be able to tick the boxes and to have access to help and guidance."
"I was proud of my reputation as a breeder [...] to show the public that good breeders are serious when it comes to health and welfare of our dogs and puppies."
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