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Brenda Bonnett

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  1. The Norwegian Kennel Club: Breeding Strategies & Ethical Rules and Regulations for Breeding (Code of Ethics)

    The Norwegian Kennel Club: Breeding strategies & Ethical rules and regulations for breeding.
     
    This document is relevant to Breeding, Breed-Specific Health Strategies and Animal Welfare, in addition to its parent category: Ethical and Breeding Guidelines (and Regulations).

     
    Provided by Astrid Indrebø
    One of our DogWellNet Experts
     

    27 downloads

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  2. FKK_Instructions For Implementing And Monitoring Crosses Between Breeds

    Finnish Kennel Club: Instructions For Implementing And Monitoring Crosses Between Breeds;
    for health, temperament and working traits.

    34 downloads

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  3. Finnish Kennel Club: General Breeding Strategy

    Finnish Kennel Club: General Breeding Strategy - see article under Breeding.
    https://dogwellnet.com/content/health-and-breeding/breeding/general-quidelines/ethical-and-breeding-guidelines/finnish-kennel-club-general-breeding-strategy-r63/
     

    17 downloads

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  4. FKC Breeding Strategy TEMPLATE for Breeds with Large Populations

    This guideline is intended to be used by breed clubs for breeds in which at least 250 dogs have been registered over the last five years. '
    The template outlines the content and structure for the Breeding-specific Breeding Strategy Document (JTO).
    The recommended total length of a breeding strategy for these breeds is 25-30 pages.
     
    Received from Katariin Mäki, Kennelliitto
     

    193 downloads

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    0 comments

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  5. Plenary talks 2nd IDHW: Breed-Specific Health Strategies

    Plenary presentations at 2nd International Dog Health Workshop on Breed-Specific Issues
     
    by
     
    Aimee Llewellyn and Göran Bodegård

    208 downloads

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  6. 2nd IDHW_Sunday_IPFD DWN_Breed-Specific_Åke Hedhammar

    Prof. Åke Hedhammar gave a thoughtful perspective on historical and future issues of Breed-Specific Health strategies and the need for international collaboration.
    2nd IDHW_Sunday_IPFD DWN_Breed-Specific_Åke Hedhammar.pdf

    85 downloads

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  7. IPFD: DogWellNet

    Horizontal banner - 229px X 443px
     

    173 downloads

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  8. Sound Confirmation – The Key to Sound Function: To Be Beautiful Must Be Healthy

    By Astrid Indrebø
    One of our DogWellNet Experts
     
    An article about functional anatomy by Astrid Indrebø, PhD, DVM, Veterinary scientific director, Norwegian Kennel Club
    Adjunct professor, Norwegian School of Veterinary Science,
    Department of Companion Animal Clinical Sciences
    Box 8146 Dep., N-0033 Oslo, Norway
    Illustrations from “Canine Terminology” by Harold Spira (with permission)
     
    excerpt...
    "Sound conformation is the key to sound function. Severe bite faults and lack of teeth, loose eyelids, forward placed shoulders, steep shoulder or upper arm, too long or too short loin, carp loin, sloping croup, bandy legged or cow hocked – these are the expressions that are used in the show ring in order to describe faults that cause deductions of the dog’s rating.
    Not only do these words describe pure conformation faults – but these are faults that to a large extent affect the dog’s function and soundness.
    A dog must be healthy to be classified as beautiful in the show ring – no matter the breed, purpose or size!"
     
    This article is a MUST READ for dog breeders!

    13 downloads

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  9. Breed-Specific Instructions: Tight Lip in the Sharpei

    Assessment of Tight Lip in the Shar Pei; information for judges.
     

    6 downloads

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  10. International Partnership for Dogs pawprint

    International Partnership for Dogs pawprint.png
     

    178 downloads

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  11. Animal welfare in modern dog breeding_ Acta Vet Scan

    This article discusses the benefits and risks to imposing extensive health requirements on the breeding of dogs, and outlines the alternate approach of the Norwegian Kennel Club.
     
    Animal welfare in modern dog breeding by Astrid Indrebø (one of our DogWellNet Experts)
    from: Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica
    Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 2008, 50(Suppl 1):S6 doi:10.1186/1751-0147-50-S1-S6

    24 downloads

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  12. NKK: Animal Welfare Dog Breeds and Pedigree Dogs

    Report from a seminar - Norwegian Kennel Club
    ANIMAL WELFARE DOG BREEDS AND PEDIGREE DOGS
    By Astrid Indrebø & Kristin Wear Prestrud

    308 downloads

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  13. Behavior and Personality Assessment in Dogs

    Behavior and Personality Assessment in Dogs document from the Swedish Kennel Club.
    Also relates to presentation by E. Strandberg at 2nd International Dog Health Workshop

    81 downloads

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  14. Breed Differences in Canine Aggression

    "The present study surveyed the owners of more than 30 breeds of dogs using the Canine Behavioral Assessment and Research Questionnaire (CBARQ), a validated and reliable instrument for assessing dogs’ typical and recent responses to a variety of common stimuli and situations. Two independent data samples (a random sample of breed club members and an online sample) yielded significant differences among breeds in aggression directed toward strangers,owners and dogs (Kruskal–Wallis tests, P < 0.0001)."

    11 downloads

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  15. Selection for behavioural characteristics_Post-workshop conclusions_Claire Calder

    Highlights and suggested actions from workshop - presented by Claire Calder.
    The session was facilitated by our plenary speakers:
    Prof. Erling Strandberg, Sweden and Prof. Peter Friedrich, Germany.

    101 downloads

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  16. Plenary Talks 2nd IDHW: Genetic Testing

    Saturday presentations at 2nd IDHW on Genetic Testing
    by
    Jorg T. Epplen, Contents, e.g.:
    genetic structure of breeds
    DNA test development
    DNA test application: consequences

    and
    Marie Abitbol

    268 downloads

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  17. The Norwegian Kennel Club’s Anti-Doping Rules

    The Norwegian Kennel Club’s anti-doping rules
    Approved by the NKK Board 11. December 2013, valid from 1. January 2014
    Provided by By Astrid Indrebø

     


    One of our DogWellNet Experts

    1 download

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  18. Don't Blame the Dog - Campaign Presentation

    This is a pdf copy of a power point presentation with an overview of the event / campaign Don't Blame the Dog (Skäll Inte på Hunden) April 2013...
     
    excerpt...
    "The importance of the dog is often forgotten when people complain about dogs and dog owners who do not "behave". Housing companies and politicians cry for banning and laws to minimize dog attacks against humans and animals. People feel insecure when they meet certain dogs and their owners in the street or where they live. Svenska Kennelklubben (SKK) sees it as a dog owner problem not a dog or breed problem. The problems can be minimized if the current laws are better enforced.
    During 2011 SKK met with its three largest regional clubs. The meeting identified common problems for our three largest cities. A motion was addressed to the SKK General Assembly suggesting a campaign with the aim of minimizing restrictions in owning a dog.
    The motion was granted and so the work began!"
     

     
    Provided by Annika Klang, courtesy of the Swedish Kennel Club
    February 2015

    9 downloads

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  19. Norwegian Kennel Club: Breeder Education

    The Breeders School (Oppdretterskolen) of the Norwegian Kennel Club (NKK) was established in
    1992. This education for dog breeders include two week-end seminars, which are hold in all the 11
    regions of the Norwegian Kennel Club, to make the education available for breeders all over the country.
    Everybody will have a lot to learn on these courses, both people who consider having their first
    litter, as well as breeders with life-long experience.
     
    By Astrid Indrebø
     

    One of our DogWellNet Experts

    12 downloads

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  20. Additional Notes from Workshops

    From the note-takers in the sessions.

    200 downloads

    Submitted

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  22. Genetics Workshop_post-workshop summary_Jerrold Bell

    Dr. Jerrold Bell summarized discussions in the workshop on Genetic Testing.

    116 downloads

    Submitted

  23. Breed-Specific Health Strategies Workshop_Session A and B

    The Breed-Specific Health Strategies Workshop was split into two sessions with both covering a broad discussion of the topic, but the one focusing initially on issues of exaggerated anatomical features and the other on breeding strategies.

    228 downloads

    Submitted

  24. 2nd IDHW_Sunday_IPFD DWN_Brenda Bonnett

    Dr. Brenda Bonnett, CEO of the IPFD presented an overview of the organization, The International Partnership for Dogs and the web platform DogWellNet.com.

    268 downloads

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  25. 2nd IDHW_Sunday_IPFD DWN_Vet Compass_ Dan ONeill

    Dr. Dan O'Neill presented information on the Population Data emphasis on DogWellNet.com and on the contributions of VetCompass - a practice-based data collection and research effort in the UK:

    127 downloads

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