Last quote by Caroline Kisko
The process of being recognised as a pedigree dog by the Kennel Club takes several generations, but once we recognise a breed it means that we know that it has a reliable lineage that will give people a dog with predictable characteristics in terms of temperament and exercise and grooming needs, which helps dogs to find loving homes with the right owners. The recognition of the lovely Russian Toy breed will bring the number of breeds in the UK up to two hundred and eighteen, which provides even more choice for those researching which breed might be the best one for their lifestyle.feedback
This page is completely dedicated to what Caroline Kisko has to say. All of Caroline Kisko’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Caroline Kisko came from an article called Dog who fell foul of the Russian Revolution wins Crufts seal of approval after coming back into favour: “We are delighted to welcome the breed at Crufts for the very first time this year and the parade they will be taking part in will allow the public to meet them for the first time and speak to experts in the breed who can advise on what they are like to live with.”.
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Quotes by Caroline Kisko
Mar 04 2017
We are delighted to welcome the breed at Crufts for the very first time this year and the parade they will be taking part in will allow the public to meet them for the first time and speak to experts in the breed who can advise on what they are like to live with.feedback
Mar 04 2017
The diverse mix of breeds in this country has grown over time and we are now seeing many of the breeds that have originated from foreign countries becoming some of the most popular in the UK, which may well happen with the Russian Toy in years to come.feedback
Mar 03 2017
This monitoring at breed club shows is ongoing as the KC works closely with show officials, judges and exhibitors for the mutual benefit of everyone concerned.feedback
Mar 03 2017
The breed standard was changed in 2016 to emphasise the importance of GSDs being capable of standing comfortably and calmly, freely and unsupported in any way. Each GSD judge must understand their role, which includes proper control of the ring and adherence to KC regulations at all times. Judges who ignore the breed standard and/or allow double-handling will risk having future appointments rejected. Our field officers have also visited GSD club championship shows to monitor the behaviour of the judges and exhibitors with, to date, no incidents of note reported.feedback
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