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Plymouth's crossbreeds aim for Crufts

Scruffts, the crossbreed dog competition that took Crufts by storm this year, is hotting up as it returns to Plymouth with two new classes.

North East's Scruffts chance to quality for Crufts

Scruffts, the crossbreed dog competition that took Crufts by storm this year, is hotting up as it comes to Temple Park Leisure Centre in South Shields with two new classes.

Discover 200 breeds of dogs in London this November

Despite there being 211 different dog breeds officially recognised in the UK, just ten breeds dominate the canine population in Britain, making up more than half of all pedigree dogs.

London's Scruffts chance to qualify for Crufts

Scruffts, the crossbreed dog competition that took Crufts by storm recently, is hotting up as it comes to the London Pet Show at Earls Court with two new classes.

Kennel Club Agility Starters Cup winners

The rising stars of the agility world took part in the prestigious Kennel Club Starters Cup Agility Finals at Discover Dogs on 10th November.

ABC Agility dogs qualify for Crufts 2013

Twenty dogs have qualified for the ABC Agility finals at the world’s greatest dog event, Crufts.

Companion Dog Club Competition finals

The Companion Dog Club ring at Discover Dogs played host to a series of exciting competition finals for its members this weekend.

The Crossbreeds chosen for Scruffts final at Crufts 2013

Four crossbreeds are on their way to the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts, after winning their class finals of the prestigious Scruffts competition at Earls Court in London on Saturday (10th November).

Small/Mixi Pairs winners crowned at Discover Dogs

Alan Bray and Wendy Clay, along with dogs Upanova Dior Mine and Racingredd Brussel Scout, beat 14 other pairs to win the Small/Mixi Pairs Final at the Kennel Club’s Discover Dogs event at Earls Court on Sunday 11th November.

Performing dog trio on way to Crufts Factor final at Crufts 2013

Move over Ashleigh and Pudsey – there’s a new dog act in town. Rachael Grylls and her pet dogs Jessica and Jacob are on course for stardom after winning a Facebook doggie talent competition backed by the Britain’s Got talent winners.