In This Issue
HOWND set to launch new Yup You Stink! Emergency Dog Wipes
Pets at Home hits back at 'misleading' Watchdog claims
All pet retailers are open to scrutiny following Watchdog programme, says PIF
Webbox company eyes fast growth after successful year
Pet chicken owner calls 'fowl' over garden centre dismissal
Pooch & Mutt founder swims, bikes and runs the ‘health’ talk
Friday is national Bring Your Dog To Work Day
Dog ban lifted in Manchester market as pet store gets set to move in
Meet the chubby cats and dumpy dogs battling for Pet Slimmer of the Year
Couple stole £400k from pet supermarket customers
CCTV helps to stop drug problem outside Cambridge pet store
Two new appointments at Grove Pet Foods
Ancol develops its range of dog training products
Pets Corner offer customers advice on how to cope with the loss of a pet
Webbs Garden centre to hold Love Your Pet Day
RVC Welsh Regional Veterinary Centre’s Dr Neil Paton elected as new BVA Welsh Branch President
Canadians warned not to flush 'invasive' goldfish down the loo
Doing the double three years running
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Doing the double three years running

Linda Rutherford had the winner of both Championship Obedience Bitch and Championship Obedience Dog – for the 3rd year running – at the Lisburn & District Ch. Obedience & Irish Dog of the Year annual dog extravaganza!

CSJ sponsored the Ch. Obedience Classes and the CSJ Irish Agility and Jumping Dog of the Year events and were delighted with the news, kindly passed on by Michael McCartney of Glencraig Training.

Linda’s Ch. Obedience Bitch Winner – OB CH Colliewood Confidential won under judge Ann Shearer.  Denim will be 10 years young this year but still going strong – she and Linda are a formidable team and in the past have been the winners of Crufts Obedience Championships. 

Linda’s Ch. Obedience Dog Winner was OB CH Sixela Rum’r Has It.  Rumr is a handsome black and white Border Collie and won his ticket to Crufts under judge Ellen Herries.

CSJ Irish Agility Dog of The Year judged by Toni Dawkins. 

Michael told CSJ: “Fantastic testing courses set by Toni really tested both the dog and handlers as a team.  Toni was presented with a lovely engraved crystal paperweight as a memento. Thanks to CSJ and Ceri for the sponsorship. All goodies were gladly received.”

The results were:

1st John Bowe with  Ben

2nd Catherine Porter with  YOGI

3rd Ingrid Jellie with Brooke


 CSJ Irish Jumping Dog of the Year

1st  Catherine Porter with Yogi

2nd Peter Crozier with Jack

3rd Crawford McCartney with Giggsy

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Pictured: Linda with her bitch Denim and dog Rumr. Picture by Simon Rodgers.  

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