DDTC Magazine

 

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The Club magazine is issued annually at the Championship Show in July. The magazine covers a wide range of subjects - short stories, show reports, health articles, and even poetry and recipes.

If you have any interesting news or stories for next year's Magazine, please get in touch with us.

You can also place an advert in the Magazine. Prices are currently £15 for a half page, £25 for a full page.

Some back issues of the magazine are available for sale.

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Many articles from back issues of the magazine, currently back to 1986, are available to view or download from the website. BUT you need to log on as a registered user to access all of them. You'll find the log-in box at the bottom left of the page. Once you are logged in, a list of magazines is shown on this page. You can either go through them year by year, or type into the search box.

Not registered yet? No problem, just click 'Create an account'. You now need to be a club member to register.

If you find anything on the site that doesn't work properly, please email me.

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For those who have not logged in, here is a limited selection of the magazine articles available. Register and log in to access all magazines, currently back to 1986. You need to be a member of the DDTC in order to register, but it is now possible to pay your membership online using PayPal.

glaucoma research update by Celia Danks. Research about Glaucoma is continuing once again at the University of Missouri in America, after it had to be stopped for a while due to a lack of funding.
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by Carol Halliwell. This year it was decided to take the Dandie Stall to Crufts. We had to be set up by 8 am, on the day the Terriers were being shown.
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Just this side of Heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies who has been especially close to someone here, this pet goes to the Rainbow Bridge.
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An Interview with Paul Keevil Last year I interviewed Paul Keevil about his involvement with the Kennel Clubs Vulnerable Native Breed Project and the general decline in the popularity of many of our native breeds, which include the Dandie Dinmont. Since then Paul has organised an independent forum titled “Dandie Dinmont – Vulnerable to Viable” in Coventry on 29th January this year.
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BEST BITCH and TOP DANDIE, Ch. Hendell Lady Macbeth at Cloverwood (Pepper). BEST DOG, Ch. Vistca Van der Valk (Mustard).
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