Crufts 2018

Tickets Now On Sale For Crufts 2018 - The World's Biggest Celebration Of Dogs
Around 27,000 dogs, as well as more than 150,000 dog lovers, will head to the NEC in Birmingham from 8th - 11th March 2018, for the world’s biggest celebration of dogs, Crufts, and tickets are now on sale.
Entries for Crufts 2018 now live
Online and postal entries for Crufts 2018 are now live. Exhibitors are advised to note the following, as there are some changes to previous years:
Entries for Breeders’ Competition at Crufts: first 40 teams entered online will compete
Entries will open on Monday 4th December at 12 noon for the Breeders’ Competition, sponsored by Agria Pet Insurance, at Crufts 2018 which will be held on Friday 9th March. A maximum of 40 teams will compete and entries will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
Last chance to enter Crufts 2018
Exhibitors are reminded that postal entries for Crufts close on Monday 8th January (postmarked) and online entries on Monday 22nd January.
Replacement judge for three breeds at Crufts 2018
There has been a change of judge for three breeds at Crufts 2018.
Replacement judge at Crufts 2018
There has been a change of judge at Crufts 2018.
Say bonjour to the UK’s newest pedigree dog – the Barbet
Number of pedigree dog breeds in the UK will rise to 220 as the Barbet, developed in France, gains official recognition and is set to wow the public at Crufts, the world’s greatest dog show, for the first time this year
Crufts 2018 – The world’s greatest dog show set to be even more international
With more dogs from overseas set to descend on Birmingham next month than ever before, the world’s greatest dog show Crufts will be even more international this year.
Crufts 2018 early and late starts and changes of ring and order of judging
With an entry of over 21,000 dogs heading to the NEC to compete at Crufts 2018, arrangements have been reviewed to assist exhibitors.
More Crufts on TV than ever before
Dog lovers can look forward to a record-breaking 14 hours of television coverage when Crufts returns to Channel 4 and More4 this March to celebrate the world’s largest dog show.
Replacement judge for Bearded Collie bitches at Crufts 2018
There has been a change of judge for Bearded Collie bitches at Crufts 2018.
Newfoundland from Blackburn wins place in Crufts Best In Show final
Nana, a Newfoundland from Blackburn, Lancashire won the Working Group title at Crufts 2018 today (Thursday 8th March), qualifying her for a place in the Best in Show final on Sunday.
Border Collie from County Louth in Ireland wins place in Crufts Best In Show final
Roo, a Border Collie from County Louth in Ireland won the Pastoral Group title at Crufts 2018 today (Thursday 8th March), qualifying her for a place in the Best in Show final on Sunday.
Young Bullmastiff from Porth in Mid Glamorgan wins major award at Crufts
Daffyd, a Bullmastiff owned and bred by Peter Myers and Deborah Morgan, from Porth, Mid Glamorgan, won the Junior Warrant Winner of the Year competition final at Crufts 2018 yesterday (Thursday 8th March), handled by Peter.
A Whippet from Scotland wins place in Crufts Best in Show final
Tease, a Whippet from Edinburgh won the Hound Group title at Crufts 2018 today (Friday 9th March), qualifying her for a place in the Best in Show final on Sunday.
Coventry woman crowned UK’s best dog breeder at Crufts
A dog breeder from Coventry, West Midlands has won the Kennel Club Breeders’ Competition at Crufts, the world’s greatest dog show.
A Papillon from Ireland wins place in Crufts Best in Show final
Howard, a Papillon from Dublin, Ireland won the Toy Group title at Crufts 2018 today (Saturday 10th March), qualifying them for a place in the Best in Show Final on Sunday.
Akita from Prenton wins place in Crufts Best in Show final
Chanel, an Akita from Prenton, Merseyside won the Utility Group title at Crufts 2018 today (Saturday 10th March), qualifying them for a place in the Best in Show Final tomorrow.
Irish Wolfhound from Bridlington crowned UK’s top Vulnerable Breed at Crufts
An Irish Wolfhound named Gordon, owned by Louise Pinkney from Carnaby, Bridlington in East Yorkshire, won the grand final of the Kennel Club Vulnerable British and Irish Breeds competition at Crufts yesterday (Saturday 10th March).
Good Citizen Dog wins popular Crufts crossbreed competition
Jack, a Shih Tzu/Maltese cross owned by 16 year-old Young Kennel Club (YKC) member Josie Baldwin from Deal, Kent has won the Scruffts Family Crossbreed Dog of the Year title at the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts on Saturday 10th March.
Crufts announces the nation’s top dog hero, Jack
Vanessa Holbrow, from Burnham on Sea, Somerset, and her dog Sir Jack Spratticus has tonight (Sunday March 11th) been announced as the winner of the dog hero competition, Friends for Life, at Crufts 2018.
The Crufts 2018 Best in Show Champion is Tease the Whippet
After four momentous days, a new Crufts Best in Show champion has been crowned as Tease (Ch Collooney Tartan Tease), a Whippet took home the coveted titled tonight (Sunday 11th March).
Veteran Pointer from Lancashire wins Gundog Group at Crufts
Chilli, a Pointer from Poulton-Le-Fylde in Lancashire, won the Gundog Group title at Crufts 2018 on Sunday (11th March), qualifying them for a place in the Best in Show final that evening. She had earlier won the veteran class in her breed.
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