Thursday, 4 May 2017
The following link details the latest Press Release via the ANKC from Canine Research Foundation. CRF_Press Release.doc
Wednesday, 3 May 2017
The timetable for the review of the ANKC Rule Books for Tracking, Track & Search and/or Endurance has now been set.
See attached link for timetable and key dates - 2017 Rule Review - Submissions and Meeting Notice.doc (word) OR
2017 Rule Review - Submissions and Meeting Notice.pdf (PDF)
OTEC wish to remind members that the closing date for submissions is 10 April 2017 and draw attention to the specific format and process to follow when submitting suggested changes, as detailed in linked document.
Tuesday, 2 May 2017
Please find via the following link a Press Release relating to the recently held White Swiss Shepherd Dog survey.
ANKC Survey Results_WSSD.pdf
Monday, 1 May 2017
The ANKC have changed the regulations relating to runner up in group at championship shows.
Points will now be awarded to exhibit that receive runner up in group
New runner up in group points
ANKC Regulations Park 5 Show, Section 7.4 Championship Points System
7.4.2e Runner up to best in group
Runner up to best in group - each runner up in the recognised seven groups - 10 points less than the best in group winner or 6 points whichever is higher
188.8.131.52 The points awarded under 7.4.2e shall not accumulate and shall, in no case, exceed 15 points at any one show for runner up best in group or runner up to best exhibit in show.
Thursday, 27 April 2017
Today is the start of an ANKC strategy to support its breeders, initially, those with Brachycephalic breeds.
ANKC aims to counter the assertions that all short faced breeds require surgical intervention to assist with their breathing. They also illustrate the risks of buying from the Internet and unregulated breeders, plus the importance of seeing the puppy with its mother.
The following link will take you to the Press Release - the Video link can be found at the end of the document on Page 2.
ANKC Press Release_Love is blind_110117.pdf
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
The Hound Club of Victoria wishes to advise that ‘Train Your Hound’ nights have commenced in the Boxhall Pavilion at KCC Park on Thursday nights from 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start.
Cost for Hound Club of Victoria Members is $5 and $10 for Dogs Victoria members.
Contact details for training nights – Sharon Sempel, Training Coordinator on 0419 411 878.
Thursday, 23 March 2017
Recently there have been a number of incidents involving non-members using KCC Park behaving in a threatening manner towards our members. Unfortunately this sort of behaviour appears to be on the increase. Management Committee takes the safety of our staff and members very seriously and will be implementing a number of strategies to address this issue.
Effective immediately, members are requested to carry membership cards for identification at all times when entering KCC Park. Failure to produce your card identifying yourself as a member may result in a request to leave the premises.
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Any enquiries related to the War Dogs Memorial at KCC Park should be directed to the Secretary of the Canine Museum Foundation at email@example.com
Friday, 10 March 2017
We wish to advise that the Boxhall Pavilion at KCC Park is only available for authorised use. No member is permitted to use the Boxhall Pavilion for private purposes, including training of dogs, without prior permission from the Chief Executive.
Wednesday, 8 March 2017
On Wednesday 8 June, Magistrate Smith made Orders in relation to a long running dispute between Dogs Victoria, Loretta van Nunspeet, Graham Jacobson, Tony and Eve Costa, Anthony Clare and Kathryn O’Brien as to the parentage of Gaelhound Heather O’Reily and Roughneen Eve (Dogs).
Ms van Nunspeet and Mr Jacobson asserted that Dogs Victoria had proceeded on a mistake of fact in registering Ornumflow Lord Erikson as the Sire of the Dogs despite sworn evidence from the breeders supporting the registration. The Plaintiffs presented new DNA evidence to the Court which Magistrate Smith accepted as showing that an unregistered dog of unknown parentage, by the name of “Murphy” was the Sire of the Dogs.
Magistrate Smith therefore made the following Orders in respect of the dispute between Loretta van Nunspeet, Graham Jacobson and Dogs Victoria:
The dispute between Dogs Victoria, the Costas, Clare and O’Brien has been adjourned to a time to be fixed by the Court. The nature of the Dog Owners claim is likely to change following today’s Orders of Magistrate Smith.
The matter will return to court at a later date to consider the position of the Costas, Clare and O’Brien.