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The National Search and Rescue Dog Association (NSARDA) is an umbrella organisation for Air Scenting Search Dogs in the UK, Isle of Man and Eire. It's members are the Search and Rescue Dog Associations that are located throughout the British Isles.

Largest dog welfare charity in the UK, Founded in 1891, Dogs Trust, formerly known as the NCDL, has always campaigned on dog-welfare related issues to ensure a safe and happy future for our four-legged friends.

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People is a national charity and centre of excellence in training dogs to alert deaf people to important sounds and danger signals in the home, work place and public buildings.

The primary objective of the Kennel Club is 'to promote in every way, the general improvement of dogs'. The Kennel Club was founded in 1873 and is able to offer dog owners an unparalleled source of information, experience and advice on dog welfare, dog health, dog training and dog breeding.

The Mayhew is one of the busiest animal sanctuaries in London, rescuing thousands of animals from cruelty and neglect each year. We provide shelter and care for cats, dogs, rabbits and when the need arises, for a wide variety of other animals.

Low prices, secure shopping, and customer service are our priorities. Rest assured all medicines are sourced by our full-time veterinary surgeon from UK suppliers; we don't import or despatch any products from abroad.

Competitive Obedience as a sport.

Newspaper style website featuring many articles relating to competitive dog showing.

The Kennel Club - Information about getting a puppy or dog
Advice and guidance around getting a dog.
Links to an excellent resouce - The Dog Owner's Handbook

Direct Line Insurance - Adopting & Caring For Rescue Animals
Pets are incredible. But not all are treated equally. Some animals have a terrible start in life and the fortunes of others can take a turn for the worst. Many find themselves in rescue centres waiting to be placed in a new home.  Adopting one of these pets can be hugely rewarding. You’ll not only develop a close bond but witness them grow in confidence and happiness. There are thousands of dogs, cats, rabbits, and other animals looking for a fresh start in life. And you could be their new best friend.

GOV.UK Guidance
Prepare for the ban on XL Bully dogs
What XL Bully dog owners, vets and rehoming organisations need to do to prepare for the ban.

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