Kennel Club registrations

Dog Breed More Rare Than The Giant Panda Falls To Record Low
New registration statistics released by the Kennel Club reveal that the Skye Terrier, which is one of the most vulnerable of Britain’s native dog breeds - and more rare than the Giant Panda - has fallen to a record low of just 17 puppy registrations in 2013, as foreign breeds continue to thrive.
Interest In Scottie Dogs Skyrockets After Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony
Interest in Scottish Terriers, the breed which made a starring appearance in the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony this week, has increased dramatically in just one day, with searches for the breed on the Kennel Club’s Find a Puppy service going up nearly seven-fold in 24 hours.
Queen’s Corgi Breed In Danger As Popularity Plummets
One of the Queen’s favourite breeds of dog, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, is at risk of disappearing from our streets and parks after being listed as a vulnerable dog breed by the Kennel Club for the first time in the breed’s history.
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