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Friarsbelle Marsh Mellow Crowned Netherlands Champion

Created on 07 March 2016

Friarsbelle Marsh Mellow is a Dual Purpose German Shorthaired Pointer. On 5 March 2016 in Groningen (Holland) he gained his fifth Netherlands CAC and another CACIB and Best of Breed, making him subject to confirmation from the Dutch Kennel Club - a Netherlands Champion.

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Irish Kennel Club Championship Stake 2015

Created on 17 September 2015

The 57th Irish Kennel Club Championship Stake for Pointers and Setters took place on the Wicklow Mountain National Park on Saturday, 29 and Sunday, 30 August 2015. Fifty dogs took part in the stake, twenty three Irish Red Setters, six Irish Red and White Setters, fourteen English Setters and seven English Pointers.

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How to Care for a Hard-Working Dog

Written by Irene Hislop on 13 October 2017

How to Care for a Hard-Working Dog
All dogs have a job.  Most of them devote themselves to keeping us company and protecting our homes, other dogs have more demanding jobs on a farm, for example, herding sheep or cattle from one pasture to another, separating specific animals from the herd at their farmer’s request. 

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Welcoming Your New Puppy

Written by Irene Hislop on 20 September 2017

Welcoming Your New Puppy

Bringing home a new puppy is an exciting experience. Sometimes we do not know what to expect, what to buy the new puppy or what is involved inn the care and feeding of new puppies. This blog posts takes a look these. 
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4 Tricks to Keep Your Older Dog Healthy & Happy

Written by Irene Hislop on 06 July 2017

4 Tricks to Keep Your Older Dog Healthy & Happy

How old is an old dog?  Different breeds of dog age differently.  Many larger breeds are seniors at five or six, while some small and medium breeds are only entering their golden years around age eight or nine.  If you got your dog from a shelter, you might not know exactly how old he is.  But the calendar isn’t the best gauge of how elderly your dog is.  Your own observation can tell you more.

 

 

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