Here you will find an overview of breed resources on DogWellNet.com. This is not a comprehensive listing - it is a starting point for finding relevant resources. Please visit the various areas of the site using the purple navigation bar and/or the Search function.
♦ Breeds in the DogWellNet Pedigreed Dogs Database
Each breed listed in the DWN Pedigreed Dogs database contains F.C.I., AKC and Kennel Club UK Breed Standards, links to Illustrated Standards are included when available, Breed Club and international groups links, as well as DWN contributor breed-specific articles and materials. Health Surveys and health information, including breed-specific Research, links to Kennel and Breed Club Databases is available for many breeds along with breed history, videos, and links to Swedish, Finnish and Norwegian Kennel club breeding strategies documents (RAS, JTO and Pevisa translations).
♦ Additional Breed Resources
A list of Breeds as each is identified in different languages: Swedish, English, FCI names, German, French and Spanish.
The Kennel Club's Population analysis reports allow breeders to review the unique situation for each breed.
A description of the Agria Insurance Data files - please note: Breed Club Health Committees who are members of DWN can access Breed data contained in these reports.
Links to our Partners' YouTube channels and videos of particular interest to the DogWellNet Community. These videos may cover topics such as behavior testing, breed specific evaluations, tools for education, and explanations of health related programs.
♦ Native Breeds
♦ Partner Breed Resources
In this article, we take a look at some excellent resources for breeds and breed health available from IPFD and our Partner organizations, including: The American Kennel Club, Agria Animal Insurance, Finnish Kennel Club, German Kennel Club, Irish Kennel Club, The Kennel Club, Swedish Kennel Club, and The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals.
♦ Breed Specific Documents in DWN Downloads & Breed Specific Health Reports
These documents are typically noted on a given breed's page in The Pedigreed Dogs Database - these files contain interviews, statistics, studies, reports and presentations.
♦ VISIT THE: Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs (HGTD) ♦
Breed of the Month
Here we will feature a breed each month...
★ This Month's Breed is the Cardigan Welsh Corgi ★
Welsh Corgis have historically been used as herding dogs, specifically for cattle. They are of the type of herding dog referred to as "heelers", meaning that they would nip at the heels of the larger animals to keep them on the move.
The CWC breed is listed by the Kennel Club in the current vulnerable breeds list. The breed is ranked by AKC at #68 of 195.
Both Pembrokeshire and Cardigan are historically agricultural areas of Wales. The two Corgi breeds are named for those regions. Once interbred, the Kennel Club designated the different types as two distinct breeds in 1934.
The Cardigan Welsh Corgi is the one with a tail!
Check out the Cardigan Welsh Corgi !!!
Suomenpystykorvan rekisteröintien historia.pdf