Exhibitors of qualified dogs can now enter Crufts 2013, with entries being accepted either online or by post.
Where possible, exhibitors will be encouraged to download the schedule via the Crufts website. Online entry is both secure and simple and allows complete review of the entry information submitted.
Printed copies of the schedule will be available upon request from the Kennel Club, by post, subject to availability. To receive a copy of the schedule please send an A5 stamped addressed envelope to the value of £1.20 for first class or £1.10 for second class post to the Crufts Office, The Kennel Club, 1 Clarges Street, Piccadilly, London, W1J 8AB.
Copies will also be available from the Kennel Club Stand at LKA on 15th and 16th December, and Our Dogs and Dog World have kindly agreed to distribute copies through their stands at qualifying shows up to the closing date of postal entries, which is Monday 7th January 2013.
24th October 2012
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The Kennel Club is the largest organisation in the UK devoted to dog health, welfare and training. Its objective is to ensure that dogs live healthy, happy lives with responsible owners.
It runs the country’s largest registration database for both pedigree and crossbreed dogs and the Petlog database, which is the UK’s largest reunification service for microchipped animals. The Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme is the only scheme in the UK that monitors and sets standards for breeders, in order to protect the welfare of puppies and breeding bitches. It also runs the UK’s largest dog training programme, the Good Citizen Dog Training Scheme and licenses shows and clubs across a wide range of activities, which help dog owners to bond and enjoy life with their dogs. The Kennel Club runs the world’s greatest dog show, Crufts, and the Discover Dogs event at Earls Court, London, which is a fun family day out that educates people about how to buy responsibly and care for their dog.
The Kennel Club invests in welfare campaigns, dog training and education programmes and the Kennel Club Charitable Trust, which supports research into dog diseases and dog welfare charities, including Kennel Club Breed Rescue organisations that re-home dogs throughout the UK. The Kennel Club jointly runs health screening schemes with the British Veterinary Association and through the Charitable Trust, funds the Kennel Club Genetics Centre at the Animal Health Trust, which is at the forefront of pioneering research into dog health.