Last May 119 animals were confisquated in Le Briqueterie; Saarlooswolfdogs, Csech wolfdogs and crosses of the two. Le Briqueterie is a kennel in the French Ardennes, run bu judge Cornelia Keizer.
You may not have noticed it in between all of the Olympic news, but the Netherlands won a gold medal also on the European Championships this weekend.
It is a "modern-day-Haatchi story", the story of the German shepherd Capitano. For twelve years the faithful dog lay on the grave of his boss.
"Representatives will be telling if they are asked to indicate that we are dealing differently with these pets in the Netherlands than the practice in Korea turns out to be." The NOC / NSF said thi
Following the film "Lost in Paradise, the dogs of Curaçao", it was high time to arrange a personal interview with someone who participated in this on location.
This morning another wolf was spotted in the Netherlands, to be exact in Twente (in the east of the country).
In many EU countries the law provides rules for so-called “high risk dogs”, aka powerbreeds.
Coughing, sneezing, red eyes, running noses until total asthma attacks. Because of the presence of a dog.
Not only humans but also dogs can become infected with tularemia, a life-threatening disease for rabbits or rodents. The disease is more known here as the hare plague.
Give your dog a warm seat at elderlyage, and let them sleep peacefully day in and day out. It is possible, but for him that is not the best.
A lot is said about the bond between man and dog. Possibly the two most connected animal species.
A big dog breeder from Belgium, Rudy Guedens, is not getting government approaval for expanding his puppymill.
The Hong Kong Kennel club is furious at the FCI, after the international kynological association made public that it has removed Hong Kong with immediate effect not only from the list of member-ken
Herpes belongs to a group of viruses we know only too well.
With over 33,000 entries and about 70,000 visitors Leipzig was the largest World Dog Show ever. An extensive report will be published in Dogzine number 5.