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LATEST NEWS(Updated 19th May 2019 - 6.00 pm)Photos from FITdogs Ormskirk (18 May)\We don’t normally allow ‘adverts’ like this, but as we pay for and administer the website, well, we can allow ourselves an exception to the rule! Ian & Julie have a TransK9 dog cage (B19) for sale (click for more info)FOR CLARITY - OBREEDIENCE COMPETITIONS NOW HAVE THEIR OWN PAGEObedience4free - Nuneaton DTC 8th JuneObedience4free - LRA (Somerset) 22nd JuneTo confirm which compettions/venues Rally O LOtd will be attendingPlease click on the logo above. SENDING ITEMS FOR INCLUSION ON THE WEBSITE?PLEASE TRY TO SEND AS PDF OR EVEN WORD FILE NOT JPGSHOW SECRETARIES AND ORGANISERSRallynews relies upon you to send us the results from your competitions Remember, competitors/handlers often want this information and see us as the source!Previous updates in May17th - N.A.S.A. Obreedience heat (31 Aug) - Schedule & Entry Form15th - West Wales Rally (14 July) - Schedule & Entry Form14th - Durham (13 July) Schedule & Entry Form; Elham (28 April) resultsPhotos - Little Orchard (12 May)11th - Class Allocations - FITdogs Ormskirk (18 May) & Obreedience Running OrderNorthumberland Schedules & Entry Forms (6 & 7 July)Judges Seminars - (29 & 30 June) - Northumberland (3 & 4 August) Markfield, Leicestershire10th -Groups & Clubs - Isle of Wight DTS - change of venue7th - Photos from Ilminster6th - Stoneleigh (27 May) Class Allocations plus Obreedience Running Order4th - LRA (22 June) Revised Schedule (now Levels 1-6) plus Obedience Competition Rugby (29 September) Schedule & Entry Form2nd - Three Legged Cross (25 August) Schedule & Entry FormPhotos from Elham (28 April)
Kennel Club AnnouncementBLIND DOGS COMPETING IN ACTIVITIES DISCIPLINESThe Kennel Club would like to advise competitors that it believes it is not in the best interests of blind dogs to compete in activities disciplines. Following consideration by the Activities Committee and the Board it was considered that for the health and welfare of such dogs, they should not compete in any activities discipline.This specifically relates to those dogs which have no sight whatsoever and does not directly apply to dogs with partial vision. However, owners are reminded to consider the welfare of their dogs at all times. It was felt that the stress of a busy, unfamiliar environment and the inability to see other dogs and their body language may potentially lead to hazardous situations and could cause anxiety and stress.The Kennel Club is committed to the health and welfare of dogs competing in its various activities and considers this in the best interest of those dogs affected.