Vulnerable Native Breeds
Link to Original News Article : http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article673919.ece By Valerie Elliott, Countryside Editor A CAMPAIGN to save many British dog breeds from the threat of extinction is being conducted by leading breeders and experts. Without urgent action dogs such as the Skye terrier, immortalised in the story of...
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201.05 February 2006 The Kennel Club has requested feedback from breed clubs with regard to its Native Vulnerable Breeds initiative. The Kennel Club’s Native Vulnerable Breeds Group and the British and Irish Dog Breeds Preservation Trust have collaborated over the last year to address the question of native breed vulnerability, using the...
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The Vulnerable to Viable Dandie Forum took place on Sunday 29th January 2006 at Baginton Village Hall.  It was a very well attended event with plenty of interest from both within and outside the Dandie world.  It was a very special day and one that I won't forget in a hurry. Thanks must go to Peter Eva - our Chairman for the day, Julian Barney...
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177.03 (Dated 17/11/03) In June of this year the Kennel Club announced that research would be undertaken to identify and confirm those breeds of dog which are basically of British or Irish origin and may be considered to be vulnerable i.e. those whose numbers are declining and whose status within the world of dogs has diminished over a number of...
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Back in 2002, Mrs Ann Harpwood (Finloren) wrote an article for the DDTC Magazine discussing the lack of puppies in the Breed and suggesting some ideas for a Breed Recovery Program. I've reproduced it here in full to in order to provide input into the current debate about Vulnerable Native Breeds.......
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On the 10th - 13th March 2005 the Kennel Club will be staging the "Greatest Dog Show in the World" - Crufts, at the NEC Birmingham. At the Birmingham Press Launch of Crufts at the NEC at 10.30am on Tuesday 8 March 2005, the Kennel Club will be featuring vulnerable breeds, which in turn will be promoting themselves, proving what a joy they are...
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The Dandie has been struggling to maintain its puppy registrations and is now classified by the Kennel Club as a Vulnerable Native Breed. Paul Keevil takes a closer look at the figures and advises that the situation has reached crisis point. The final issue of The Kennel Club's Breed Record Supplement for 2004 arrived recently covering the...
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Despite the best efforts of the Kennel Club, Individual Breed Clubs and the British and Irish Breeds Preservation Trust, it seems that the message is being preached only to the converted. With more and more people choosing exotic dogs over home-grown varieties, our native companions are facing extinction.Justine Hankins reports
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VULNERABLE BRITISH BREEDS 087.03 (Dated 25/6/03) The Kennel Club's prime responsibility is to promote in every way the general improvement of dogs. It is also particularly concerned, of course, to protect those breeds of dog which are of British origin and are considered to be vulnerable i.e. those whose numbers are declining and whose status...
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On 9th March 2008, in the main arena at Crufts, the British and Irish Dog Breeds Preservation Trust held a parade of Vulnerable Native Breeds. The event showed the twenty most threatened breeds, with their handlers dressed as characters associated with the breed. Unfortunately, the parade coincided with the judging of the Dandies, so very few of...
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Paul Keevil organised a Vulnerable Breeds Parade at Crufts last year. It was held in the main arena, and shown on the big screens, but never televised. However, BBC events kindly recorded it for us, so I have uploaded it all onto YouTube. It is uploaded in sections - one section for each breed, so I have made up a playlist which (hopefully)...
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