FOLLOWING THE high-profile exit of other senior members of the Kennel Club management team back in 2019, the Kennel Club announced on Monday of this week that, after nearly 45 years with the organisation.
NEARLY 20,000 qualified dogs will be heading for the NEC in Birmingham from 5th - 8th March to compete at Crufts 2020. They will make a total of 22,306 class entries.
Exhibitors are reminded that postal entries for Crufts close on Monday 6th January (postmarked) and online entries on Monday 20th January, for dogs which have qualified for the show.
Online entries for Crufts 2020 have gone live, and printed copies of the schedule will be available from mid-November.
The decision to offer the six-figure payment to former Kennel Club Secretary, Caroline Kisko, was made without the requisite authorisation Kennel Club insiders have revealed to the Daily Mail.
The departure of the Kennel Club Secretary Caroline Kisko has now hit the national newspapers, with the story first featuring in the Mail Online, quickly followed by the Times and the Telegraph.
The world of dogs has been rocked yet again with a shock high profile departure from the management team of the Kennel Club.
As OUR DOGS goes to press we are in receipt of two Kennel Club statements. The first release came soon after the Board meeting on Tuesday June 4th.
The Kennel Club has confirmed its commitment to improving the health and welfare of all dogs and over the last year has given funds totalling £842,000 to organisations and charitable causes including its own charity the Kennel Club Charitable Trust.