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Everyone has a role in tackling unwanted animals

Thursday, 20 October 2005, 1:13 pm | NZ Kennel Club

“Yesterday's neuter-a-thon at the Pakuranga Vet Clinic is an excellent beginning. Now everyone involved with dogs and cats must realise we all have a part to play to tackle the problem of too many unwanted animals. More >>

New UK law points the way on tail docking

Monday, 17 October 2005, 1:11 pm | NZ Kennel Club

“The British government is on the right track with its new Animal Welfare law. It is making owners responsible for their pets' welfare and continues to allow breeders the choice of whether to dock puppies' tails or not,” said Mrs Lesley Chalmers, president ... More >>

Kennel Club (UK) has warning for New Zealanders

Friday, 30 September 2005, 10:45 am | NZ Kennel Club

“You need to make sure that in New Zealand, dogs are accepted as an integral part of your community,” is Ronnie Irving's message to responsible dog owners. He is Chairman of The Kennel Club in the UK, speaking today at the New Zealand Kennel Club in Wellington. More >>

2005 NZKC PRO PLAN National Dog Show

Wednesday, 21 September 2005, 9:09 am | NZ Kennel Club

For the first time ever New Zealand’s premier dog show will be held in the South Island. With a record number of entries and over 140 different breeds participating, the 2005 NZKC PRO PLAN National Dog Show promises to be a highlight on this year’s ... More >>

Is Your Dog a Canine Hero?

Thursday, 14 July 2005, 4:28 pm | NZ Kennel Club

The annual search for our national canine heroes is well underway but it’s not too late to send in your nomination. The deadline for receiving entries is just three weeks away. Canine Heroes is open to any dog in New Zealand that has behaved in an ... More >>

New President for New Zealand Kennel Club

Friday, 1 July 2005, 5:49 pm | NZ Kennel Club

Mrs Lesley Chalmers was elected the new president of the New Zealand Kennel Club at the Annual Conference of Delegates held in Wellington last weekend. Mrs Chalmers succeeds outgoing President, Ray Greer who held the position for five years. More >>

Sentencing of Joseph Rewha

Monday, 28 March 2005, 12:27 am | NZ Kennel Club

The New Zealand Kennel Club congratulates the SPCA on the successful prosecution of Joseph Rewha for wilfully ill-treating his dog,Tipa. The dog suffered horrific injuries when he was dragged behind Rewha’s car last year. Rewha was sentenced to ... More >>

Canine Heroes – One More Dog to be Honoured!

Friday, 15 October 2004, 3:48 pm | NZ Kennel Club

On Sunday, the last of this years’ Canine Heroes will be posthumously honoured at the New Zealand Kennel Club, in Porirua. The winners of our three categories were honoured during the NZKC PROP PLAN National Dog Show however this award is for a ... More >>

Canine Heroes – One More Dog to be Honoured!

Friday, 15 October 2004, 3:07 pm | NZ Kennel Club

On Sunday, the last of this years’ Canine Heroes will be posthumously honoured at the New Zealand Kennel Club, in Porirua. The winners of our three categories were honoured during the NZKC PROP PLAN National Dog Show however this award is for a ... More >>

Pro Plan National Dog Show 2004

Thursday, 9 September 2004, 5:37 pm | NZ Kennel Club

Approximately 2000 dogs, ranging from Great Danes to Chihuahuas, will compete in the New Zealand Kennel Club PRO PLAN 2004 National Dog Show to be held from Thursday 23 September to Saturday 25 September at The Trusts Stadium, Waitakere City. More >>

Search On For New Zealand's Canine Heroes

Wednesday, 4 August 2004, 10:33 am | NZ Kennel Club

The first ever nationwide search for New Zealand¡¦s most heroic dogs has been launched by the New Zealand Kennel Club. Nominations open this week and the awards are open to all New Zealand dogs that have behaved in an outstanding way during the past year. More >>

More and more dog breeds to be banned

Tuesday, 14 October 2003, 4:41 pm | NZ Kennel Club

Powers to ban specific breeds recommended by the Local Government and Environment Select Committee are too strong and will see more and more breeds banned, said the President of the New Zealand Kennel Club, Mr Ray Greer, today. More >>

 

 
 
 
 
 

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