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CSJ Specialist Canine Feeds sent
  CSJ Specialist Canine Feeds sent "Huge congratulations" to Kevin Evans for winning his second International Supreme Championship title.  This time it was with his young bitch, Preseli Ci, who partnered Kevin to put up one of the best runs seen at such a prestigious event. This team won the two day qualifying trial -   read more

10 year old dog helps team win Speedstakes Relay at World Agility Championships
  CSJ were delighted to hear that Steven Richardson’s ten and a half year old Patterdale/Collie cross Libby showed a clean pair of heels in the Team Speedstakes Relay in The Netherlands. As members of the England team winning in the World Agility Open Championships at Ermelo on 19th to 21st May Libby and Steven showed that   read more

The Countryside Code
   Keep dogs under effective control...   make sure that you know the Countryside Code     read more

These sheep won't send you to sleep!
  CSJ sponsored the exciting Sheepdog Challenge Trial at Surrey County Show on the 29th of May and you can now sit back and enjoy the highlights at The 20 minute narrated video shows 4 of England’s top handlers: Jed Watson, Ricky Hutchinson. Dick Roper and James Howard battling with tough sheep through   read more

No Ake! tincture - hits pain where it hurts!
No Ake! tincture - the potent herbal tincture for dogs getting over injury or experiencing acute joint stiffness - has succeeded in relieving pain without the need for expensive medicines or resorting to steroids.     CSJ say, “It is a highly potent herb extract that is aimed at the nutritional maintenance of the dog's   read more

How to keep pets cool on hot days
  You may think that looking after your pets in hot weather comes down to common sense, but... never hurts to go back over the basics. So here's a brief guide to keeping dogs, cats and other common pets cool this summer.   Dogs Dogs aren't much good at keeping themselves cool, so you'll need to help them. Here's   read more

British Flyball Association (BFA) What is Flyball? Flyball (International Flyball Racing) is a team "knockout" relay race with 4 dogs and their handlers. A team is permitted to have 6 dogs and handlers (so they have reserve dogs.) The object of the race is for each dog to jump over 4 hurdles, trigger the Flyball box to get the   read more

Travelling with your pet? Taking your pets abroad?
If you are preparing to travel abroad with your pet the Animal Welfare Foundation has created a simple guide to help you keep your pet safe.  Their 'Taking Your Pets Abroad’ leaflet includes: A pre-travel checklist Advice on how to prevent common diseases transmitted by insects and ticks  A guide to the Pet Travel   read more

New packs and 2 new herbs from CSJ
CSJ's highly acclaimed herbal supplements range, including the ever popular Billy No Mates which repels fleas, lice and ticks naturally, now comes in handy high visibility foil-fresh packs.   CSJ have also added 2 exciting new product lines....Skinny Herbs and Thistle Work!   The herbs used in Skinny Herbs have traditionally been   read more

Dogs 'mimic movements of owners'
By Victoria Gill Science reporter, BBC News Dogs "automatically imitate" the body movements of their owners, according to a study. This automatic imitation is a crucial part of social learning in humans.   But Austrian researchers report that the phenomenon - where the sight of another's body movement causes the observer to   read more

Vanmore Great Danes smash 17 year old breed record!
  CSJ were delighted to hear that Ch Vanmore Stop and Stare at Castleon had swept the board and gained his 37th CC over the weekend of 5th and 6th August  smashing the previous breed record which had held for 17 years. Parkers tally reached the magic 37 at the Great Dane Breeders & Owners Association and The Great Dane Club   read more

DOGS FOR LIFE: a people issue
Probably more than any other issue in the natural environment, the UK’s 6 million dogs can provoke passionate feelings and intense debate by all those touched by their presence. A lack of understanding or sensitivity by even a small number of dog owners can seem like a big issue at a local level; in wider society this has traditionally led   read more

Enjoy the North Wales Sheepdog trials with CSJ
CSJ’s cameraman was on the spot to capture films of the individual handlers’ entire runs at the North Wales Singles Championship 2017 Double Gather. Finalist Gethin Jones with Maddie has had a busy few months including being a contestant in CSJ’s ‘A Way With Dogs’ film series (his run can be seen at   read more

Shar-pei wrinkles explained by dog geneticists
Just how did the Shar-pei get its famous wrinkled appearance? Scientists who have analysed the genetics of 10 pedigree dog breeds believe they now have the answer. Their research identifies 155 distinct locations in the animals' genetic code that could play a role in giving breeds their distinctive appearances. In the Shar-pei, the team found   read more

Children 'more active' in homes with dogs
By Sean Coughlan BBC News education correspondent   A study of children in 78 inner-city primary schools in England found children in homes with dogs were more active than those without.   Researchers from St George's, University of London, were carrying out a study on child heart health.   They found that children in   read more

When planning to take your dog on holiday please remember to mention to the holiday accommodation proprietor that you will be bringing them with you. If you have more than one dog, or if they are of a particularly large breed, then do remember to mention this at the time of booking. Consider what to do with your dog whilst visiting   read more

Variety of dogs' coats explained
By Victoria Gill  Science reporter, BBC News Wiry, smooth, curly or straight - the genetic reason for the array of coats of different dog breeds is surprisingly simple, say scientists.   Just three genes account for the coat types that make canine pets so diverse. A team of researchers reports in the journal Science that different   read more

Pet dogs can 'catch' human yawns
By Jennifer Carpenter Science reporter, BBC News Yawning is known to be contagious in humans but now scientists have shown that pet dogs can catch a yawn, too. The copying activity suggests that canines are capable of empathising with people, say the researchers who recorded dogs' behaviour in lab tests. Until now, only humans and their   read more

It will come as no surprise to the vast majority of dog owners that having a dog in your life is good for you. And now, it seems, that it is official!   Dog owners already know that having a dog around is just great but now research shows that “dog owners tend to have lower blood pressure and cholesterol” Information from   read more

HEARING DOGS for Deaf People
The idea of training hearing dogs to assist deaf people was first introduced to the UK in 1982 after Lady Beatrice Wright and vet Bruce Fogle saw a similar scheme in America. The first dog selected for training, 'Favour', a tan and white crossbred dog, was selected from a rescue centre and Hearing Dogs was launched at Crufts that year.    read more

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