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Winners' Breeding 2008

BREEDING OF NORFOLK TERRIERS PLACED 1st TO 3rd AT CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS IN 2008

Name Sex DoB Colour Sire Dam

Bagatelle Chapter And Verse

Dog

28/05/07

red

Penorth Story Line at Roxway

Titanium Custard Pie with Bagatelle

Top Winners 2008

NORFOLK TERRIER CLUB POINTS SYSTEM

First: 3 points

Second: 2

Third: 1

Challenge Certificate: 5

Reserve CC: 4

Best of Breed: 6

Group 1: 10

Group 2: 8

Group 3: 6

Group 4: 4

Best in Show: 20

Reserve Best in Show: 15

*Best Puppy: 4

All points cumulative

Discover Dogs 2008

Discover Dogs Earls Court, London,
Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th November 2008

Our gallant band of Discover Dogs supporters braved the weather and the credit crunch to fly the Norfolk flag at Earls Court and they were rewarded with the joy and happiness of the many visitors who loved meeting the wonderful dogs.
The Norfolks had the greatest fun greeting their admirers and it was generally agreed that they are THE breed to choose.

Fun Day 2008

This year it was the turn of the Norfolks to host this event, held earlier than usual on Saturday  23rd August, but we were lucky to have one of the few fine days of summer when the sun actually shone – for a time, although the grass was very damp with lush grass around the Village Hall of Baginton, which took on a very festive appearance with gazebos and people and dogs in groups around the edges of the field, watching the activities in the middle.  More members than ever turned up this year with their Norfolk and Norwich Terriers, and hopefully the two Club stands did good business, the N

News from the Club 2008

In memory of Pamela Harris

The AGM of the Norfolk Terrier Club of G.B saw the retirement of the Chairman, Allenby Stevenson, the Acting Secretary, John Mackison, and from the committee, Gail Simpson, who has just been elected Secretary, Elisabeth Matell, who will still be newsletter editor, and the very long-serving committee member, Sally Willbie who has served on the committee for over 30 years, and at various times has bee

News from the Club 2007

Heart Testing

Following the pivotal Joan Read Lecture delivered by veterinary cardiologist, Dr David Connolly, in February 2007, it became clear that it has become a matter of urgency that we determine whether we have a problem with Mitral Valve Disease in the Norfolk Terrier or not. There is a distinct possibility that the disease is no more significant in our breed than in the terrier group as a whole, and that we are worrying unnecessarily.