The Kennel Club is pleased to announce details of its Kennel Club Forum 2019, which is open to all.
The forum will be held on Wednesday 3 July at the Kennel Club Building, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire CV8 2LZ.
An outline for the day will be as follows:
10.15am Kennel Club update
10.30am Working groups to discuss:
- Registration of non-standard colours
- Registration of crossbreeds
- DNA profiling of breeding dogs
- Encouraging youth involvement
- Dog training
- Communication in the modern world
1.30pm Feedback/presentations by Working Groups
These are all subjects of interest to the world of dogs. The objective of the forum is to gain views and suggestions from those attending to inform the Kennel Club’s decisions to the future.
The event is free of charge but places must be booked in advance by Tuesday 25 June. Please be advised that it is an open forum for all interested; however, Kennel Club Members will be given priority. Email Shirley Gregg to reserve a place or phone 020 7518 1029.
If you plan to travel by train, there are three railway stations nearby:
- Coventry Station
- Warwick Parkway Station
- Leamington Spa Station
These stations are all around a 15-minute taxi drive to the Stoneleigh building.
Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: “We very much look forward to seeing as many people as possible at Stoneleigh on July 3 for this pilot event. Please come along and give your views and suggestions so that we can get as clear a picture as possible of the issues of the day. All are very welcome to attend.”