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  1. In This Issue: News & Highlights Advances in the IPFD Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs (HGTD) Make a Donation Stay Informed!
  2. "The Kennel Club has launched a Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS) online learning resource on the Kennel Club Academy, to provide free and easily accessible education to those with an interest in BOAS and the research being undertaken at Cambridge University with brachycephalic dog breeds."
  3. Summary of Kennel Club Breed Records: Pug 2020 A new research report, Summary of Kennel Club Breed Records: Pug 2020, has been produced by Cassandra Smith. The report utilises publicly available data offered by The Kennel Club to describe health and breeding-related statistics and information. The author’s previous reports on similar and other breeds have been well-accepted, with appropriate methodology and presentation. This analysis includes KC-registered dogs with statistics presented separately for Pugs of Standard colour and Non-Standard (NBS) colours. Included is information on
  4. The Kennel Club has hosted a unique webcast to discuss brachycephalic health and what can be done collaboratively to ensure a healthier future for dogs. Chaired by Kennel Club Chairman, Tony Allcock OBE, the webcast panel comprised Dr Jane Ladlow, European and Royal College Specialist in Small Animal Surgery and leading BOAS researcher; Bill Lambert, Head of Health and Welfare at the Kennel Club; and Charlotte McNamara, Health and Welfare Development Manager at the Kennel Club. The panel discussed brachycephalic health, approaches across Europe, the need for a collaborative, evidence-based app
  5. Health screening schemes The Kennel Club works with a number of organisations to help breeders assess which dogs to use for breeding, with the aim of reducing the incidence of health issues in future generations. The Kennel Club - Health Schemes | Assured Breeders
  6. A research study of the population genetics of all Kennel Club registered breeds... "Recognising the importance of managing the rate of inbreeding, the Kennel Club's Population analysis reports allow breeders to review the unique situation for each breed. If unchecked, inbreeding levels can rise in a breed, and although its effects may not initially be noticeable, this increase can have a significant impact on the health and welfare of future generations. The breed specific reports... provide a framework to shape discussions on the best ways to improve, or m
  7. Kennel Clubs provide resources to help educate breeders. Here we feature links to our Partner's breeder education tools and seminars.
  8. The Kennel Club Breeder Tools and Resources For those new to the world of purebred dog breeding, The Kennel Club has a resource called: Introduction to breeding which offers a list of practical considerations people should address before breeding a dog. This article also contains links to other informative Breeder Education resources and materials prepared by The Kennel Club to aid breeders in their management to further the objective of producing sound, healthy purebred dogs.
  9. Our Dogs Newspaper: IPFD and our Call for Collective Actions for Dog Health and Welfare Our Dogs Newsletter is a respected and highly subscribed information source, especially for the dog show community, in the UK and around the world. Our Dogs is a subscription-only site, however, articles can be purchased. We are pleased and grateful that they have not only shared our Reframing Current Challenges Around Pedigree Dogs A Call for Respectful Dialogue, Collaboration, and Collective Actions document, but they have also published an editorial as well as an article by
  10. According to a press release from the University of Surrey in the UK: "Movement of German Shepherd Dogs is dependent on their shape". Perhaps most people might first respond like I did, i.e. No Kidding! I do not think it takes an anatomist or veterinarian or experienced dog person to think that the dogs in these images might 'move differently' and that it likely would have something to do with their shape. But hey. We all try to find catchy titles for press releases. This one is to introduce new research from a group at the University of Surrey.
  11. In this article, we take a look at some excellent resources for breeds and breed health available from IPFD and our Partner organizations, including: Agria Animal Insurance American Kennel Club Canadian Kennel Club Finnish Kennel Club German Kennel Club Irish Kennel Club The Kennel Club Swedish Kennel Club Orthopedic Foundation for Animals Wisdom Health International Partnership for Dogs/DogWellNet.com This resource is continually under construction - we will be adding more links and more P
  12. 2020: The Canine Code Webpage: https://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/about-us/about-the-kennel-club/the-kennel-club-codes/the-kennel-club-canine-code/ Archived booklet: It's a Dog's Life So Take Care of It! The Canine Code - The Kennel Club
  13. Why would a puppy buyer be interested in learning about The Kennel Club's Assured Breeder Scheme? To assist you in your selection of a breed and a breeder, familiarize yourself with approaches to management of dog breeds and get to know more about breeders who implement quality breeding programs. General information (About): https://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/dog-breeding/the-kennel-club-assured-breeders/ Check out the available information on The KC's Already an Assured Breeder .
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    2020: See the Kennel Club's current Canine Code page at: https://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/about-us/about-the-kennel-club/the-kennel-club-codes/the-kennel-club-canine-code/ The downloadable PDF available here is ARCHIVED. The Canine Code booklet from The Kennel Club A MUST READ for anyone considering bringing a dog into a home and family. It's A Dog's Life so Take Care of It! This educational booklet covers: making a good match between owner and dog - essential for a happy long-term partnership. Whether it is a puppy, pedigree, crossbr
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    2020 - The Kennel Club - Breed Health Improvement Strategy Toolkit https://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/health-and-dog-care/health/breed-health-co-ordinators/breed-health-improvement-strategy-toolkit/ NOTE: The downloadable PDF available here is an ARCHIVED document. The Kennel Club BREED HEALTH IMPROVEMENT STRATEGY: A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE "This collection of tool kits is a resource intended to help Breed Health Coordinators maintain, develop and promote the health of their breed.. The Kennel Club recognise that Breed Health Coordinators are enthusiastic and
  16. Version updates - Spring 2018

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    The use of DNA tests to manage dog health in populations of purebred dog breeds is constantly changing; new tests for mutations and breed specific tests are being introduced at a rapid pace. The Kennel Club recognises DNA tests and schemes in conjunction with breed clubs and laboratories, some of which are recorded by the Kennel Club on the registration database and are available to view via the online tool Health Test Results Finder. PLEASE NOTE: The files available here as downloads are ARCHIVED content that displays the DNA tests available for each breed along with an indication as
  17. The Kennel Club has a comprehensive resource to help guide breed clubs and health coordinators to create a health improvement strategy for their breed. It is available online: 2020 - Breed Health Improvement Strategy Toolkit https://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/health-and-dog-care/health/breed-health-co-ordinators/breed-health-improvement-strategy-toolkit/ The recently updated Toolkit page content has been enhanced: Main author: Ian Seath; The project team: Judith Ashworth, Sheila Atter, Archie Bryden, Brian Hill, Dorothy McIntyre, Shula Shipton and Marion Wilks Health impr
  18. Are outcrossing programmes supported by the Kennel Club? Here we feature Kennel Club materials on outcrossing and cross breeding.
  19. Th Kennel Club in the UK has posted information on a "New Dog Breeding Regulation". This relates to regulations from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) for breeding operations and related to members of The KC Assured Breeders Scheme. "Changes to breeding regulations in England New regulations on dog breeding in England will be live from 1st October. There are no changes to breeding regulations in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. A number of significant changes are being made," which include requirements for a dog breeding licence. In addition,
  20. 2019 Lewis TW, Mellersh CS. Changes in mutation frequency of eight Mendelian inherited disorders in eight pedigree dog populations following introduction of a commercial DNA test. Plos One, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0209864 DNA Testing - General Subject: DNA Testing Type: Research Journal/Source: peer-reviewed research publication Authors/Researchers: University, Kennel Club (IPFD Partners); HGTD Participants Recommended For: Veterinarians, Owners/Breeders This study is one of the very few to investigate the impact of DNA testing on changing a dog
  21. ♦ REGISTRATION CLOSED ♦ Organized by the International Partnership for Dogs (IPFD) and The Kennel Club, in cooperation with other partners. Pre-Meeting Resources - DogWellNet - 4th DHW Overview Dates: Thursday May 30th - Saturday, June 1st, 2019 Venue: De Vere Beaumont Estate, Windsor, UK Location: ~ 6 miles from Heathrow Airport.
  22. A terrific free educational resource for dog owners produced by The Kennel Club... An essential guide full of vital information and practical advice to help you train your puppy, such as house training, teaching basic commands, nutrition, behavioural management and much more.
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    INTRODUCTION The Kennel Club launched a dynamic new resource for breed clubs and individual breeders – the Breed Health and Conservation Plans (BHCP) project – in September 2016. The purpose of the project is to ensure that all health concerns for a breed are identified through evidence-based criteria, and that breeders are provided with useful information and resources to support them in making balanced breeding decisions that make health a priority. The Breed Health and Conservation Plans take a holistic view of breed health with consideration to the following issues: known inherited
  24. B. M. Wiles 1* , A. M. Llewellyn-Zaidi 2 , K.M. Evans 1,3 ,D.G.O ’ Neill 4 and T. W. Lewis 1,3 Abstract Background Pedigree or purebred dogs are often stated to have high prevalence of disorders which are commonly assumed to be a consequence of inbreeding and selection for exaggerated features. However, few studies empirically report and rank the prevalence of disorders across breeds although such data are of critical importance in the prioritisation of multiple health concerns, and to provide a baseline against which to explore changes over time. This paper rep
  25. From the BVA congress held in November 2016 At the Session offered on Thursday, November 17, 2016: Two paws forward, one paw back: are we making any progress on pedigree dog health? presentations were offered by Dr. Brenda Bonnett DVM PhD, CEO, International Partnership for Dogs and Nick Blayney BVSc MRCVS, Veterinary Advisor, The Kennel Club. An article has been included in the December Issue of the Veterinary Record: Title: BVA congress: Improving the health of pedigree dogs: is enough being done? Abstract "Controversies at Crufts
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