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  1. The Finnish Kennel Club continues to inspire us! Finland is a country of about five and half million people and with the highest ratio of dogs to people. They are fiercely proud of their historical association with dogs - and so they should be. It is a country where a high percentage of dogs are still used for their original purpose. The dog continues to be integrated closely with Finnish culture. And that wonderful, deep, and long history is now celebrated online with the Finnish Canine Museum. ... but I'm not giving you the link yet... once you go you may n
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    excerpts from the Preface and Executive Summary ------- "The Inquiry into dog breeding was headed by Professor Sir Patrick Bateson FRS. It was funded by Dogs Trust and the Kennel Club but was conducted independently of both organisations. The Inquiry received the advice of dog breeders as well as experts in genetics, animal welfare, and veterinary surgery and the report was anonymously peer reviewed by five experts in the three scientific fields. Throughout the Inquiry Professor Bateson was greatly assisted by Mrs Heather Peck." ------ "The structure
  3. Per Arvelius - Canine Behaviour & Genetics (external link access) Per Arvelius - Canine Behaviour and Genetics Meeting London 26-28 June 2015 Summary 1. Dog behaviour shows genetic variation and can therefore be improved by breeding 2. Modern techniques for estimating breeding values have a huge potential to increase genetic improvement of dog behaviour 3. Behavioural measurements should (usually) be objective and neutral, and summarized into composite traits Per Arvelius presentation from the Canine Genetics and Behavior Mee
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    A quick guide designed to provide some general information on health testing and schemes available for breeders of non pedigree dogs. See the cross-breeding pedigree tree example -- demonstrates the need for health screening -- effective info graphic.
  5. Published in Aca Veterinaria Scandinavica Acta Vet Scand (2015) 57:78 Authors: Anu Katriina Lappalained and Outi Laitinen-Vapaavuori from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Helsinki and Katariina Mäki from the Finnish Kennel Club. Their data included information on results for dogs screened as part of a collaborative project of the Finnish Dachshund Club. The material included 9027 dogs; 1567 with results for number of calcified discs (NCDs).
  6. Continuing our series on The Brachycephalic Issue: Today Rowena Packer and others have published the following study: Impact of Facial Conformation on Canine Health: Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (Rowena M. A. Packer, Anke Hendricks, Michael S. Tivers, Charlotte C. Burn; [PLOS] Published: October 28, 2015 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0137496 ). The study concludes that shorter muzzles are associated with increased risk of health problems (Brachycephalic Airway Sydrome), even within affected breeds and offers a good discussion of practical implications and recommendations. As y
  7. Frequency of canine hip and elbow dysplasia is decreasing in many breeds in Finland. The largest improvement in hip dysplasia can be seen in the Saint Bernard, the Smooth Collie, the Newfoundlander, the Beauceron and the Bordercollie. In elbow dysplasia, the Rottweiler and the St.Bernard have improved the most. Read more about the trends in the pages of Finnish Kennel Club. Also available in our Downloads section.
  8. The English Bulldog Association of Finland (SEBY) and the Finnish Kennel Club have launched an extensive health-promotion project for the Bulldog. Among other things, the aim is to develop an examination that scrutinises an individual's fitness for breeding – and it would be the first examination of this kind in Finland. The chairman of the English Bulldog Association of Finland, Pasi Apajalahti, says breed enthusiasts are aware of the need to improve the health situation of the English Bulldog. Particular attention should be focused on its breathing, build and ability to breed naturally. The
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    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
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