Breed Watch

Kennel Club enhances Breed Watch
To continue to improve the health and welfare of pedigree dogs, the Kennel Club is enhancing the interactive service – Breed Watch – with a number of improvements. These changes will ensure that the most accurate and up to date information about the visible health of every breed of dog can be recorded and analysed for the benefit of all dogs.
Opportunity For Judges To Secure Future Of Healthy, Happy Pedigree Dogs
The Kennel Club is offering CC judges the chance to help secure the future of healthy and happy pedigree dogs, by holding its inaugural Breed Watch Education Day at the Kennel Club Building, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, on Wednesday 26th February.
Category Three Breeds
Breed Watch serves as an 'early warning system' to identify points of concern for individual breeds and provides anyone involved in the world of dogs with further information about specific health concerns.
Reclassification Of The Clumber Spaniel From Category Three To Category Two
Due to improvements in the health of the breed, the Kennel Club has announced the reclassification of the Clumber Spaniel, a vulnerable native British breed, from the category three (high profile breeds) to category two of its Breed Watch system, with immediate effect.
Dog Judges And Breeders Given Guidance On Identifying Visible Health And Welfare Concerns In Dogs At Shows
Dog show judges, breeders and exhibitors attended the Kennel Club’s annual Breed Watch Education Day in Bishop’s Tachbrook, learning more about how to identify visible health and welfare concerns in dogs competing at shows. Click to learn more.
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