DOGS NSW Magazine is the official magazine published by DOGS NSW on all matters canine. Produced monthly for our members it features all the latest dog news, events and in-depth articles covering canine health, behaviour, nutrition, well being and breeding.
"The Harrier is a high energy dog that requires regular exercise, whether that be just going for a walk or playing with family members, which they love to do." - John Bryson
Also in this edition:
25 year members
ANKC Report: The Pre 1987 British Bulldog Standard - Why did the ANKC amend it?
AWCLO Report: Dog Breeding
Feature: Reducing Separation Anxiety in Pets
Obedience & Tracking Committee Ballot papers
RNSWCC Elections Introduction to Board Elections Hunter Region Nominee Illawarra & SE Region + Western Region Nominees Obedience & Tracking Committee Nominees Agility Committee Nominees
News: More pets headed to vets during lockdown
Win a Vetalogica 'Australian Naturals' Treat Pack!'
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The next breed feature appearing in the June edition is the Kerry Blue Terrier. Other breed features for 2020, commencing July are: Harrier, Brittany, Australian Silky Terrier Bloodhound, Tibetan Mastiff and Finnish Lapphund.
We are always on the look out for new contributors to DOGS NSW magazine.
If you’ve got a story to tell about your life with dogs, particular area of canine expertise or would like to write a letter to the Editor, please contact Kerry Christofi on firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9834 0217.