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AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL

After 1776 there was a development of firearms. Erect standing; longer legged dogs were used to locate game for wing shooting as the dogs now needed to cover extended ground to find the scattered birds. 1. William C. Thompson, The Irish Setter in Word and Picture Denlinger’s Richmond, 1954. P12. Extended Breed Standard of the Irish Setter - Page 3 By 1800, the setter type had become well ...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL

The first Crested to enter the English Kennel Club Stud Book was “Fatima” registered as “Crested North Chinese”. She was born on 23rd November 1901, sired by “Chino” out of “Jamita” (both of unknown pedigree). There was no registered progeny of these early dogs and consequently they have no influence on the present day Chinese Crested. CASSELL’S New Book of The Dog Volume 14 ...

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Rules for the conduct of Rally Obedience Trials

Rules for the conduct of Rally Obedience Trials

Rally Obedience Trials (Effective from 1st January 2016) Approved by Australian National Kennel Council Ltd 2011 Amended October 2012 September 2013 February 2014 March 2015 October 2015 February 2016 . 2 Adopted by the Member Bodies of Australian National Kennel Council Ltd AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY Dogs ACT PO Box 815 DICKSON ACT 2602 Phone: (02) 6241 4404 Fax: (02) 6241 1129 Email: admin ...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL LTD

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL LTD

of old type Pekingese or dogs who were close by the type of a long haired Chihuahua at the time of creation of the modern Russian Toy Terriers. This brought positive results in producing permanent long hair in the breed, as well as to enhance specific structure of the hair on the ears and the britches on the rear back legs. The first standard for the Moscow Long Hair Toy Terrier was created in ...

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Australian National Kennel Council

Australian National Kennel Council

Canine Association Inc. PO Box 815 Dickson ACT 2602 Ph: (02) 62414404 Fax: (02) 6241 1129 www.actca.asn.au Member Bodies of the nel Council. SOUTH AUSTRALIA South Australian Canine Association Inc. PO Box 844 Prospect East SA 5082 Ph: (08) 8349 4797 Fax: (08) 8262 5751 www.saca.caninenet.com ntrolling Bodies are ralian National Kenl

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Rules for the conduct of Agility Trials

Rules for the conduct of Agility Trials

1 AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL LTD AGILITY TRIALS Rules for the conduct of Agility Trials (Effective from 1st January 2016) Approved by the

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Grading Labradoodles – How do you do that?

Grading Labradoodles – How do you do that?

Grading Labradoodles – How do you do that? Tellme,what’salabradoodle…really? ! The Australian Labradoodle is a developing breed. It contains a mixture of three parent breeds; Labrador, Poodle and Cocker Spaniel (English and American). The breed has not yet been recognised by national and international kennel associations but together with the Australian Labradoodle Association ...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL LTD

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL LTD

Bullmastiff, “set the type” which was to remain as the standard for the breed. Extended Breed Standard of the Bullmastiff - Page 3 Mr.Moseley’s breeding formula for the Bullmastiff, of 60% Mastiff and 40% Bulldog, produced a dog with the physical and mental characteristics which were highly prized by the Gamekeepers: a combination of the tenacity, toughness and courage of the Bulldog ...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL

Bulldog type tends to recur despite the changes effected intentionally, or by unfortunate mischance, by some breeders. Basically, a judge will not be far wrong in choosing a winner from those dogs which look as if they could fulfil the purpose for which they were bred. True, they may never be required to bait a bull, but that some can, and have done so successfully, can be attested to by this ...

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Start - Australian National Kennel Council

Start - Australian National Kennel Council

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AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL KENNEL COUNCIL

It is believed cross breeding between the early rough-coated Greyhound type dogs with various dogs valued for their hunting prowess, regardless of their type, size and colour was the very early foundation of this breed. Some of these crosses included ancestors of the ancient St Hubert hound that were known for producing long legged or short legged type hounds. A great influence on the ...

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