Tag Archives: Breed Standard

The trouble with fact-free and evidence-free journalism…

It must be the silly season judging by the article published recently in the Daily Mail which reports a variation on “look what 100 years of the show ring has done to pedigree dogs” which first appeared on Pedigree Dogs Exposed in 2008.  Jemima Harrison has blogged about the article here, in order to tell …

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GJDA Seminar and A2 Assessment – learning about Dachshunds

The Great Joint Dachshund Association held a breed seminar and A2 assessment at Chieveley today which was attended by 32 people.  I spoke about the Dachshund Breed Standard using a presentation based on my Illustrated Guide, together with video clips to demonstrate gait and movement. Examples of champion Mini Smooths, Longs and Wires were provided …

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Dachshund Seminar and A2 Assessment: 14/09/13 – Newbury

The Great Joint Dachshund Association will be holding a Breed Seminar and A2 Assessment event on Saturday 14th September 2013. The Seminar is an ideal opportunity to learn about Dachshunds, whatever your current knowledge and experience. The speaker will be Ian Seath (Sunsong Wires) who will talk about the Breed Standard and conformation and movement. …

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Jemima and the Tipping Point

A couple of weeks ago, Dog World published a Dachshund Supplement which was full of Dachshund articles and photographs. The pictures gave, in my view, a fairly typical insight into the types of Dachshund being shown and winning in the UK at the moment. The day before the supplement was published, I had an e-mail …

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New illustrated Dachshund Breed Standard website

My illustrated and extended Dachshund Breed Standard Guide now has its own website. You can order a paper copy of the Guide here.

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