Dog breeding – Club Fuer Molosser http://club-fuer-molosser.net/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 16:25:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/icon-88.png Dog breeding – Club Fuer Molosser http://club-fuer-molosser.net/ 32 32 Boxer Dog Factfile 2022: Here are 10 interesting dog facts you might not know about the Boxer lover 🐕 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/boxer-dog-factfile-2022-here-are-10-interesting-dog-facts-you-might-not-know-about-the-boxer-lover-%f0%9f%90%95/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 15:32:36 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/boxer-dog-factfile-2022-here-are-10-interesting-dog-facts-you-might-not-know-about-the-boxer-lover-%f0%9f%90%95/ Boxers are one of the most popular dog breeds in the UK, but what do you actually know about the cute and loyal boxer? Here are 10 fascinating facts. The past two years have seen many of us welcome a new four-legged friend into our homes, as the Dog club seen dog ownership skyrocket. But […]]]>

Boxers are one of the most popular dog breeds in the UK, but what do you actually know about the cute and loyal boxer? Here are 10 fascinating facts.

The past two years have seen many of us welcome a new four-legged friend into our homes, as the Dog club seen dog ownership skyrocket.

But with 221 different purebred dog breeds to choose from, there’s a lot of thought to be done before selecting your perfect pup.

There’s even academic guidance to seek out, with psychologist Stanley Coren’s book “The Intelligence of Dogs” ranking breeds by instinct, obedience and adaptability.

One dog that often appears at the top of people’s canine wishlists is the Boxer – they are one of the UK’s most popular breeds and have a range of positive attributes that make them excellent family pets.

Here are 10 fun and interesting facts about the Boxer.

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Bad infra, monitoring care for injured dogs in Bhubaneswar – The New Indian Express https://club-fuer-molosser.net/bad-infra-monitoring-care-for-injured-dogs-in-bhubaneswar-the-new-indian-express/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 02:45:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/bad-infra-monitoring-care-for-injured-dogs-in-bhubaneswar-the-new-indian-express/ Express press service BHUBANESWAR: At least 40 dogs, rescued by the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) early last week from an illegal breeding center in Laxmisagar during an eviction campaign, were returned to the owner hours later because the civic body had no basic infrastructure to accommodate them. Not a dog pound. The controversy over an […]]]>

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BHUBANESWAR: At least 40 dogs, rescued by the Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) early last week from an illegal breeding center in Laxmisagar during an eviction campaign, were returned to the owner hours later because the civic body had no basic infrastructure to accommodate them. Not a dog pound.

The controversy over an American Akita dog biting an eight-year-old child has not only raised questions about pet regulations, but also about the city’s animal care facilities. After the Bhubaneswar Development Authority demolished the illegal breeding center for encroaching on government land, many foreign breeds were rescued by the BMC canine team. The civic organization, however, handed over the canines to the owner of the illegal breeding center for lack of a foster home.

The owner repossessed the dogs despite being found on the wrong side of the Prevention of Animal Cruelty Act and moved the canines to another location. In recent years, there has been a sudden increase in the population of dogs – both pets and strays in the city. However, the incident points to an inadequate oversight mechanism with BMC to regulate illegal practices. Additionally, poor infrastructure ensures that the handful of private shelters are overwhelmed with emergency calls and treatment.

There are half a dozen government veterinary dispensaries. Additionally, 10-15 private veterinary dispensaries are also operating in the city. However, none of the facilities except OUAT are equipped with X-ray machines and pathology labs. Many times, private shelters take dogs to public hospitals to have their x-rays done for an extra fee.

“We receive 15 to 30 calls a day to rescue injured strays. Among them, 10 to 20 calls are related to street dogs. Due to lack of proper infrastructure in foster homes like vets, lifeguards, medical equipment, only three to four injured dogs can be rescued every day,” said Speak for Animals Founder Kusal Biswas.

Most private shelters in the capital are not equipped to treat canines with contagious diseases – rabies, parvovirus, distemper, because these infections can spread to other animals through exposure to air.

People For Animals founder Jiban Das entrusts BMC with the responsibility of creating infrastructure. “Serious injuries like leg and spine fractures cannot be treated on the spot and dogs must be moved to a shelter. However, the civic body’s veterinarians are unable to relocate injured dogs due to lack of necessary infrastructure,” he said.

In many cases, veterinarians leave injured dogs behind after giving injections instead of transferring them to a shelter, he alleged. and provide them with care. Although there are a few foster homes in the city that rescue and prove treatment only to cows.

Furthermore, BMC does not monitor whether existing foster homes are registered and have adequate infrastructure. There are over 10 private pet boarding houses, but many of them are also unregistered. Commissioner (Housing) Ramesh Chandra Jena.

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Clever Dogs 2022: Here are officially the 10 smartest lovable dog breeds in the world – smart puppies including the adorable Labrador Retriever 🐕 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/clever-dogs-2022-here-are-officially-the-10-smartest-lovable-dog-breeds-in-the-world-smart-puppies-including-the-adorable-labrador-retriever-%f0%9f%90%95/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 20:10:12 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/clever-dogs-2022-here-are-officially-the-10-smartest-lovable-dog-breeds-in-the-world-smart-puppies-including-the-adorable-labrador-retriever-%f0%9f%90%95/ As demand for puppies continues to skyrocket post-lockdown, here are the breeds that have both brains and good looks – our list of awesome dogs. If you, like many of us, would like to host a new furry friend in our homes, there is a lot of thought to go into choosing your perfect pup. […]]]>

As demand for puppies continues to skyrocket post-lockdown, here are the breeds that have both brains and good looks – our list of awesome dogs.

If you, like many of us, would like to host a new furry friend in our homes, there is a lot of thought to go into choosing your perfect pup.

With 221 different purebred dog breeds to choose from, you need to figure out what best suits your lifestyle.

For example, those with an active lifestyle might consider a bigger dogwhile a person with allergies will look for a hypoallergenic dog.

If you’re looking for a dog that’s as smart as it is lovable, there’s scientific research on the subject that can guide you. Psychologist Stanley Coren’s book “The Intelligence of Dogs” is a benchmark in canine literature, judging the relative IQ of breeds by examining instincts, obedience and adaptability.

So these are – officially – the top 10 of the most brilliant dog breeds.

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Apartment Dogs 2022: Here are the 10 best loving dog breeds for owners living in a city apartment with no garden – including the French Bulldog lover 🐶 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/apartment-dogs-2022-here-are-the-10-best-loving-dog-breeds-for-owners-living-in-a-city-apartment-with-no-garden-including-the-french-bulldog-lover-%f0%9f%90%b6/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 08:22:14 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/apartment-dogs-2022-here-are-the-10-best-loving-dog-breeds-for-owners-living-in-a-city-apartment-with-no-garden-including-the-french-bulldog-lover-%f0%9f%90%b6/ As dog ownership continues to skyrocket, here are the dog breeds that are perfect for apartment dwellers. Over the past two years, many of us have welcomed a new furry friend in our homes, as the Kennel Club has seen dog ownership soar during the global pandemic. But with 221 different purebred dog breeds to […]]]>

As dog ownership continues to skyrocket, here are the dog breeds that are perfect for apartment dwellers.

Over the past two years, many of us have welcomed a new furry friend in our homes, as the Kennel Club has seen dog ownership soar during the global pandemic.

But with 221 different purebred dog breeds to choose from, there’s a lot of thought to be done before selecting your perfect pup.

For all the latest dog news, photos, tips and information, join our Scottish dog Facebook group here

Living in an apartment or flat can be a hassle when it comes to getting a new puppy.

But there are several breeds that positively thrive in confined spaces – and are unlikely to bother neighbors with barking.

Here are the 10 best dog breeds for those who live in apartments or apartments, according to the American Kennel Club.

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Southern Colorado Kennel Club, Inc. – Saturday, November 12, 2022 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/southern-colorado-kennel-club-inc-saturday-november-12-2022/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 01:41:18 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/southern-colorado-kennel-club-inc-saturday-november-12-2022/ Show name: Kennel Club of Southern Colorado, Inc.Location: Pueblo, CODate of the show: Saturday November 12, 2022Total entry: 632Best Show Judge: Ms. Vicki Seiler-CushmanShow photographer(s):Robert Skibinski • Website: www.skibinskiphoto.com Reg Dog: CH Bugaboos Let It Be [Dog]Raising: old english sheepdogManager: Taylor JohnsonOwner: C, H, D, M & T Johnson Reserve Dog Reg: GCHG Good Fortune […]]]>

Show name: Kennel Club of Southern Colorado, Inc.
Location: Pueblo, CO
Date of the show: Saturday November 12, 2022
Total entry: 632
Best Show Judge: Ms. Vicki Seiler-Cushman
Show photographer(s):
Robert Skibinski • Website: www.skibinskiphoto.com

Reg Dog: CH Bugaboos Let It Be [Dog]
Raising: old english sheepdog
Manager: Taylor Johnson
Owner: C, H, D, M & T Johnson

Reserve Dog Reg: GCHG Good Fortune Good and Ready II [Dog]
Reserve breed: chinese shar pei
Reserve Manager: Clint Livingston
Owner of the reserve: J & V Mauk
Breeder: G Fritz

Jock Judge’s name: Mr. Ronald Freeman

Total entry: 136
#1-
Dog Reg: GCH Galewinns bring down the house [Dog]
Raising: Setter (Irish)
Administrator :
Owner: C&A Swanson
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHS Sandias Polar Bear [Dog]
Raising: Retriever (Labrador)
Controller: Kellie Miller
Owner: J Robertson & C Ramsey
Breeder: J Robertson
#3-
Dog Reg: GCH High Countrys Manitou Wilderness Hunter [Dog]
Raising: Retriever (Nova Scotia Duck Toll)
Administrator :
Owner: W Shumway
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Dog Reg: GCH Sincerus Magnificent Obsession Of Latierra [Bitch]
Raising: Vizsla
Manager: Clint Livingston
Owner: L&K Park

Dog Judge’s name: Mrs. Christine E. Calcinari

Total entry: 118
#1-
Dog Reg: Nightwings Prairie Creek Dracarys Paramount [Bitch]
Raising: irish greyhound
Administrator :
Owner: D & S Shorey & C Smalley
Breeder: J&W Mattson
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Dog Reg: GCH Donatello Vom Jagerburg [Dog]
Raising: Dachshund (rough hair)
Administrator :
Owner: D Star Gimeno & S Ehr
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Dog Reg: GCH Sole Trader Dean Martin [Dog]
Raising: Small Basset Griffon Vendeen
Manager: Clint Livingston
Owner: N Frost
Breeder: G&S Robertson
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Dog Reg: CH Red Earth Number Nine [Dog]
Raising: Rhodesian Ridgeback
Administrator :
Owner: J Hayes & K Russell
Breeder: Dr Rushing

Work Judge’s name: Mrs. Joyce A. Vanek

Total entry: 227
#1-
Dog Reg: GCHS Drakyi Dreamlands Big Red Dog [Dog]
Raising: tibetan mastiff
Manager: Holly Leftwich
Owner: W & A Daily & M Brantley
Breeder: L Brantley, R Eichhorn & M Brantley
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHS South Willows Drop It Like It Hot [Dog]
Raising: Boxer
Handler: Aaron Rosas
Owner: M Foley & S Davidson
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Dog Reg: GCHS Aztecas John Denver at the top [Dog]
Raising: Samoyed
Controller: Heather Johnson
Owner: C Rudd
Breeder: J & E Liebes
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Dog Reg: GCHB MLT Ivram The Best Is Yet To Come Brian [Dog]
Raising: Alaskan Malamute
Handler: Jeri El Dissi
Owner: M Sage & E Oliveri

Terrier Judge’s name: Mrs. Marjorie J. Underwood

Total entry: 58
#1-
Dog Reg: Mc-Kee Follow me on Easy Street [Dog]
Raising: West Highland White Terrier
Administrator :
Owner: Dr Gustafson, K McDonald, E Keener and Dr Gustafson
Breeder: K McDonald & E Keener
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Dog Reg: GCHG First Class Victoria Berland Empress Of Magic [Bitch]
Raising: Bedlington Terrier
Controller: Kellie Miller
Owner: J. Fogel
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Dog Reg: GCHG Menushas Pancho Villa [Dog]
Raising: miniature bull terrier
Manager: Clint Livingston
Owner: C Baldridge
Breeder: B Krautler
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Dog Reg: GCH Tivols Sound of My Soul [Bitch]
Raising: Miniature Schnauzer
Responsible: Terrie Houck
Owner: J Harris, C Henning & C Alex

Toy Judge’s name: Mrs. Linn Klingel Brown

Total entry: 93
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Dog Reg: GCH Carreras Spurs & Bling – It’s A Cowgirl Thing [Bitch]
Raising: chinese crested
Administrator :
Owner: S&B Ashpaugh
#2-
Dog Reg: GCH Bedlem Fly Me To The Moon [Dog]
Raising: havanese
Administrator :
Owner: Dr McHugh, S Roach and Dr Koontz
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Dog Reg: Check back for the full results
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Dog Reg: GCHS Anabelle Belle [Bitch]
Raising: Butterfly
Controller: Karen Livingston
Owner: J Able-Jones & J & J Jones
Breeder: O Petrova

Not athletic Judge’s name: Mrs. Debbie Campbell-Freeman

Total entry:
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Dog Reg: GCHG Good Fortune Good and Ready II [Dog]
Raising: chinese shar pei
Manager: Clint Livingston
Owner: J&V Mauk
Breeder: G Fritz
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Owner:
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Breeding Judge’s name: Ms. Sulie Greendale-Paveza

Total entry:
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Dog Reg: CH Bugaboos Let It Be [Dog]
Raising: old english sheepdog
Manager: Taylor Johnson
Owner: C, H, D, M & T Johnson
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Dog Reg: Check back for the full results
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Reminder: Protect your dog from coyotes in winter https://club-fuer-molosser.net/reminder-protect-your-dog-from-coyotes-in-winter/ Wed, 09 Nov 2022 20:03:41 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/reminder-protect-your-dog-from-coyotes-in-winter/ (Photo credit: Seyedomid Mostafavi via Getty) As winter ends, you may see an increase in coyote sightings. These omnivores breed in January and February and, therefore, tend to be more aggressive in this time frame. Coyotes are also known not to discriminate against seemingly uninhabitable living areas; they love the city as much as they […]]]>

(Photo credit: Seyedomid Mostafavi via Getty)

As winter ends, you may see an increase in coyote sightings. These omnivores breed in January and February and, therefore, tend to be more aggressive in this time frame. Coyotes are also known not to discriminate against seemingly uninhabitable living areas; they love the city as much as they love the woods.

For dog parents, that means being extra careful with your puppies during coyote breeding season. Here are some safety tips to avoid any encounter with a coyote this winter.

Don’t leave your dog outside unsupervised

Obviously, leaving a house dog outside is no way to treat a pet. However, some sheepdogs, like a variety of sheepdogs, like to roam around a fenced yard all day and come in at night. Although you should never leave your dog outside unattended at any time of the year, these dogs can be an exception.

Still, even if you have a sheepdog that prefers to be outside during the day, you need to keep a watchful eye. Coyotes are not likely to attack dogs, especially during the day, but this is not uncommon. Recently, a coyote followed a child walking a dog in Massachusetts. As humans encroach more on coyote territory, more sightings like this are expected.

Pick up your trash

It may seem like a no-brainer, but don’t leave trash outside your home. Coyotes love trash. The less enticement they have to be around your home, the better.

Don’t expect fences to act as a barrier

Coyotes are perfectly capable of jumping a fence. Don’t tempt them by leaving a dog unattended on the other side.

Be up to date on vaccinations

There are tales of rabid coyotes attacking both humans and dogs. Making sure your dog is protected from the potential spread of disease in the event of a coyote attack is a simple and important thing to do. Survive a coyote attack only to succumb to rage is a devastating end for a dog and a terrible one for a human to watch out for.

Don’t bring your dog on an overnight hike

Hiking during the winter months can be a fun activity for people and puppies alike. However, if you plan to spend the night at a campground, you may want to consider leaving your dog at home. Being outside in the rural wilderness is dangerous for humans and even more so for domestic dogs. This is especially true if your dog is of a smaller breed, such as a Jack Russell Where Pomeranian. These small dogs are much more likely to be eaten by a coyote than larger breeds.

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Mississippi Gulf Coast Kennel Club – Sunday, November 6, 2022 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/mississippi-gulf-coast-kennel-club-sunday-november-6-2022/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 23:52:15 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/mississippi-gulf-coast-kennel-club-sunday-november-6-2022/ Show name: Mississippi Gulf Coast Kennel ClubLocation: Gulfport, MSDate of the show: Sunday, November 6, 2022Total entry: 358Best Show Judge: Mr. Rodney E. HernerShow photographer(s):Don Meyer • Email: BillMeyerPhoto@gmail.com Dog Reg: GCHS Wenricks Nightcap [Bitch]Raising: WhippetManager: Cheslie SmitheyOwner: N Shaw, J & C SmitheyBreeder: J Garcini & D Snyder Reserve Dog Reg: GCHG Lavender Hills […]]]>

Show name: Mississippi Gulf Coast Kennel Club
Location: Gulfport, MS
Date of the show: Sunday, November 6, 2022
Total entry: 358
Best Show Judge: Mr. Rodney E. Herner
Show photographer(s):
Don Meyer • Email: BillMeyerPhoto@gmail.com

Dog Reg: GCHS Wenricks Nightcap [Bitch]
Raising: Whippet
Manager: Cheslie Smithey
Owner: N Shaw, J & C Smithey
Breeder: J Garcini & D Snyder

Reserve Dog Reg: GCHG Lavender Hills Sin City RN [Bitch]
Reserve breed: bernese mountain dog
Reserve manager:
Reserve Owner: S Parr & C Gorath
Breeder: S Parr

Jock Judge’s name: Ms. Linda M. Riedel

Total entry: 51
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Dog Reg: GCHS DC Ehrenvogel Gunning For My Heart BN RN SH CGC TKN [Dog]
Raising: Braque (German Shorthair)
Responsible: Renee Lara DVM
Owner: P Parshall & M Lara
Breeder: A Lester & R Lara DVM
#2-
Dog Reg: GCHB Tephra Dark Reflections @ Skywatcher [Bitch]
Raising: Retriever (Curly Coated)
Administrator :
Owner: C&E Buchanan
Breeder: K Swarztrauber
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Dog Reg: GCH Tiptop and Saffire’s Steel Magnolia [Bitch]
Raising: Spaniel (English Springer)
Administrator :
Owner: S Chadrick, C Rushing, L McKnight & K & S Chodrick
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Dog Reg: Charleston Place Valuable Nick Of Time CGC [Dog]
Raising: Retriever (golden)
Administrator :
Owner: G Luccioni & D Sylvester

Dog Judge’s name: Mr. Rodney E. Herner

Total entry: 56
#1-
Dog Reg: GCHS Wenricks Nightcap [Bitch]
Raising: Whippet
Manager: Cheslie Smithey
Owner: N Shaw, J & C Smithey
Breeder: J Garcini & D Snyder
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Dog Reg: GCHG Kazuris All I Want For Christmas CGC TKN [Dog]
Raising: 15 inch beagle
Responsible: Michael Kurtzner
Owner: S Sweetman, M & K Kurtzner
Breeder: S Sweetman, M & K Kurtzner
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Dog Reg: GCHB Bessdachs Que Sera Sera V Bren-Dachs Ss [Bitch]
Raising: Dachshund (smooth hair)
Responsible: Renee Lara DVM
Owner: J Lehrmann & M Renee Lara DVM
Breeder: B Nichols & R Lara DVM
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Raising:
Administrator :
Owner:

Work Judge’s name: Ms. Linda M. Riedel

Total entry: 52
#1-
Dog Reg: GCHG Lavender Hills Sin City RN [Bitch]
Raising: bernese mountain dog
Administrator :
Owner: S Parr & C Gorath
Breeder: S Parr
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Dog Reg: GCHB Can-Cia and Marlburl’s Swing King [Dog]
Raising: Boxer
Controller: Lori McClain Ferguson
Owner: M Burleson, S Canciamille & M & J Dyck
#3-
Dog Reg: GCHP Southports Ares God of War [Dog]
Raising: Mastiff
Manager: Terry Smith
Owner: C Sanchez, A Sanchez, D Hall & L Watson
Breeder: A Sanchez
#4-
Dog Reg: Midnight Riders Werewolf [Dog]
Raising: Russian black terrier
Administrator :
Owner: Dr. Patterson

Terrier Judge’s name: Mr. Rodney E. Herner

Total entry:
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Dog Reg: GCHS Lochinver Jennifer Juniper [Bitch]
Raising: Cairn terrier
Responsible: David Harper
Owner: K Lake
#2-
Dog Reg: Sangeo Blu Boi [Dog]
Raising: Bedlington Terrier
Administrator :
Owner: S Bethea
#3-
Dog Reg: Crook Lake Capt Albert [Dog]
Raising: Miniature Schnauzer
Administrator :
Owner: N Lacroix
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Dog Reg: GCHB Fexivilles Skippin CJ Ring Of Fire BCAT TKN [Dog]
Raising: rat terrier
Administrator :
Owner: V Bordelon

Toy Judge’s name: Ms Molly Martin

Total entry: 68
#1-
Dog Reg: CH SW mafia [Dog]
Raising: Pekingese
Manager: Hiram Stewart
Owner: Ly Rick
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Raising:
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Dog Reg: Luffeyland Honor SingingOn Broadway [Bitch]
Raising: havanese
Administrator :
Owner: J Manders
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Dog Reg: GCHB Kabars rides the wave at Toyland N Charmin [Dog]
Raising: Pug
Administrator :
Owner: N Greenwald & M & R Bearden
Breeder: K Linad Winkle

Not athletic Judge’s name: Ms Molly Martin

Total attendance: 50
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Dog Reg: GCHS 2Stars cold as ice in Damari [Dog]
Raising: french bulldog
Manager: Justin Smithey
Owner: N Shaw, K Patton and M Lewis
#2-
Dog Reg: Crown Jewel CH Starlights [Bitch]
Raising: tibetan terrier
Administrator :
Owner: C Basgall
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Dog Reg: GCH Mapleaf Danrich I Am Your Boogie Man [Dog]
Raising: Dalmatian
Administrator :
Owner: Dr. Bacon
#4-
Dog Reg: Ethereal Un Bel Signore [Dog]
Raising: boston terrier
Manager: Tina Starr
Owner: J Gatto & V Craddock

Breeding Judge’s name: Lee Brown

Total entry:
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Dog Reg: I just need you [Dog]
Raising: german shepherd dog
Administrator :
Owner: H&M Jones
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Dog Reg: GCHS JBK The A&M Battalion at Baletka [Dog]
Raising: border collie
Responsible: David Harper
Owner: D Baletka & J Keener
Breeder: J Keener
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Dog Reg: GCH Jasms Cronus Mama Tried RE SWNSCACGC TON [Bitch]
Raising: Bouvier des Flandres
Administrator :
Owner: F Dreyfus, J Vaughn & Doug Johnson
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La Chronique Canine is not responsible for errors or involuntary omissions in the information reported on this site.
All information about www.chroniquecanine.com is the exclusive property of The Canine Chronicle and Endeavor Publications, Inc. Reproduction of the contents, in whole or in part, is not permitted without the permission of the publisher.

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Dogs For Singletons 2022: Here are the 10 best loving dog breeds for owners who live alone – including the adorable Frenchie 🐶 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/dogs-for-singletons-2022-here-are-the-10-best-loving-dog-breeds-for-owners-who-live-alone-including-the-adorable-frenchie-%f0%9f%90%b6/ Fri, 04 Nov 2022 11:55:58 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/dogs-for-singletons-2022-here-are-the-10-best-loving-dog-breeds-for-owners-who-live-alone-including-the-adorable-frenchie-%f0%9f%90%b6/ In recent years, many of us have welcomed a new four-legged friend into our homes, as the Dog club saw the number of dog owners soar – with a record number of new owners in 2021. But with 221 different pedigree dog breeds to choose from, there’s a lot of thought to be done before […]]]>

In recent years, many of us have welcomed a new four-legged friend into our homes, as the Dog club saw the number of dog owners soar – with a record number of new owners in 2021.

But with 221 different pedigree dog breeds to choose from, there’s a lot of thought to be done before selecting your perfect pup – whether you want a big dog, family dogWhere cross.

Although each person has different needs, for budding dog owners who live alone, it may be worth looking for a dog with a particular range of attributes.

Breeds that form a particularly strong and protective bond with a person, that can be left alone for a few hours, and that don’t need constant stimulation, are perfect companions for loners.

Here are 10 of the breeds that tick all of those boxes, according to the American Kennel Club.

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Activists push for flawed law undermining animal welfare | Columnists https://club-fuer-molosser.net/activists-push-for-flawed-law-undermining-animal-welfare-columnists/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 22:00:00 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/activists-push-for-flawed-law-undermining-animal-welfare-columnists/ The war on dog breeding by animal rights activists is moving to Capitol Hill, with activists pushing for misguided and overbroad legislation that will unnecessarily punish dog breeders without doing anything to support animal welfare. animals. At issue is a proposed provision in the House version of the 2023 Farm Appropriations Bill that threatens to […]]]>

The war on dog breeding by animal rights activists is moving to Capitol Hill, with activists pushing for misguided and overbroad legislation that will unnecessarily punish dog breeders without doing anything to support animal welfare. animals.

At issue is a proposed provision in the House version of the 2023 Farm Appropriations Bill that threatens to turn Department of Agriculture inspectors into rote enforcers while ending their highly effective role as educators and collaborators with breeders seeking to obtain or maintain licenses.

Sheila Goffe is vice president of government relations for the American Kennel Club. She wrote this for InsideSources.com.

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A plane full of rescued small breed dogs has landed in Bradley. Here’s how you can adopt. – Hartford Courant https://club-fuer-molosser.net/a-plane-full-of-rescued-small-breed-dogs-has-landed-in-bradley-heres-how-you-can-adopt-hartford-courant/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 00:11:55 +0000 https://club-fuer-molosser.net/a-plane-full-of-rescued-small-breed-dogs-has-landed-in-bradley-heres-how-you-can-adopt-hartford-courant/ A plane full of more than 60 puppies and adult dogs rescued from puppy mills across the Midwest arrived at Windsor Locks Bradley International Airport on Thursday afternoon. Many puppies will be available for adoption by families in Connecticut. The Connecticut Humane Society supports a portion of the dogs, said CHS spokesperson Kathryn Schubert. Rescue […]]]>

A plane full of more than 60 puppies and adult dogs rescued from puppy mills across the Midwest arrived at Windsor Locks Bradley International Airport on Thursday afternoon. Many puppies will be available for adoption by families in Connecticut.

The Connecticut Humane Society supports a portion of the dogs, said CHS spokesperson Kathryn Schubert. Rescue organizations in Rhode Island and Massachusetts will take the rest of the dogs, which came from Missouri, Schubert said.

Dogs will be medically examined before being offered for adoption.

“Screenings will take anywhere from three days to six months depending on the needs of the animals. Do they need to be socialized? Do they need medical treatment? Should they be quarantined? Do they need foster homes first? said Schubert.

She added that the dogs are small breeds, such as French Bulldogs, Poodles and Shih Tzus.

Transporting the dogs to the northeast was coordinated by National Mill Dog Rescue, with assistance from the BISSELL Pet Foundation and Race for Life Rescue.

Schubert said that in many states, the supply of puppies exceeds the demand for puppies, resulting in overcrowded shelters. There are many reasons for this problem, she said, including the widespread lack of access to spaying and neutering facilities and the aftermath of the COVID boom years in pet adoption.

“With COVID, there has been a large influx to meet demand. This [influx] didn’t calm down at all. Many dogs were bred for a demand that is no longer so present. There were a lot of surrenders,” she said.

Other reasons are the differing state and municipal legal statuses of large-scale commercial breeders (sometimes called “puppy mills”) and the requirements of pet stores obtaining their dogs from breeders.

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“A lot depends on what characteristics stores look for in dogs. They want specific breeds. If those breeds usually have coloring that is very particular to that breed, they want dogs to have that coloring. For example, if a dog is supposed to to be tricolor and it’s not, stores won’t buy it,” she said.

Many mature puppies on the plane are dogs that were used for breeding that breeders no longer want because they are getting older, she said.

“It’s not in the animals’ best interests,” Schubert said. “Rather than slaughtering the animals, there are options for them.”

BISSELL’s Kim Alboum said New England shelters have room to spare. She said one of BISSELL’s goals is to encourage people to look at shelters first when adopting a pet.

“We can’t wait to see if it does what we want it to do, guiding people to shelters,” Alboum said. “If we can increase foot traffic in shelters, we can increase adoption at all levels.”

Families who want a dog can visit cthumane.org/adopt. The page is constantly being updated, so check back frequently.

Susan Dunne can be contacted at sdunne@courant.com.

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