Animal Welfare

Electric Shock Collars
The Kennel Club in calling upon the Government and Scottish Parliament to introduce an outright ban on this barbaric method of training dogs.
Dog Meat
The Kennel Club is calling upon Westminster and the Filipino ambassador to the UK to help pressure the East Asian governments to either introduce a ban on the dog meat trade
Animal Testing
The Kennel Club is in principle against the use of animals for routine testing purposes, unless there is no alternative, and is keen to work towards improving animal welfare
Electric Shock Collar Campaign By Region
After four years of campaigning, the Kennel Club is delighted to announce that the Welsh Assembly has now banned the use of electric shock collars across Wales
Dog and Cat Meat Consumption: Kennel Club Briefing
Dog and Cat Meat Consumption: Kennel Club Briefing
Kennel Club Urges Dog Lovers To Keep Pets Cool At Events
As the British weather starts to look promising, the Kennel Club is renewing calls to keep dogs safe by never leaving them unattended in a car.
Don’t Cook Your Dog During Heatwave Warns Kennel Club
The UK’s largest dog welfare organisation, the Kennel Club, is warning dog lovers of the dangers of leaving their pets in cars as the country prepares for a potential heatwave due to hit later this week, and has issued a set of simple tips to keep dogs safe in the heat.
Dangerous Dog Experts Gather For Kennel Club Meeting
The Kennel Club, the UK’s largest dog welfare organisation, will lead discussions on the need for better investigation into dog bite incidents, at a meeting at its Clarges Street offices, London, W1, on Monday (26 January).
Animal welfare organisations pen open letter to Michael Gove
Animal welfare organisations pen open letter to Michael Gove urging him not to make exemptions within proposed ban on aversive electronic training aids
Animal welfare sector rejects calls to add Staffordshire Bull Terriers to the Dangerous Dogs Act
The Kennel Club, RSPCA, Dogs Trust, and Blue Cross are urging MPs to reject calls from misguided activists that Staffordshire Bull Terriers be added to the list of ‘banned breeds’ under the Dangerous Dogs Act.
The Kennel Club response to Scottish proposals to toughen animal welfare legislation
The Kennel Club today responded to the proposals put forward by the Scottish Government to amend the Animal Health and Welfare (Scotland) Act 2006.
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