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The Spring 2012 on-line photo Dogshow - starts Friday, 2 March 2012 and runs until Friday, 16 March. This year, we urgently need funds to keep our server running.
Our judges are TV vet Joe Inglis, Sarah Fisher of TTouch, actor Anthony Head, Beverley Cuddy of Dogs Today magazine, TV vet Marc Abraham, and Richard Curtis of K9 Freestyle.
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Rosettes awarded to the 1st - 6th place winners in each class.
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Our thanks to those who have kindly agreed to be the judges of the 2012 Dogpages Dogshow!
Editor and Publisher of Dogs Today Magazine
I've been dog mad since I was a kid and since 1990 I've been the Editor of Dogs Today magazine. I've a life-long love of Beardies and now also have a rescued working Springer, Tess. I'm Chairman of the ancient and tiny charity Tailwaggers and would dearly love to see it grow as there's never been such a need for a charity that listens.
Cold Wet Nose Blog
Dogs Today Magazine
Sarah trained with Linda Tellington Jones and Robyn Hood and is the UK's highest qualified Equine and Companion Animal Instructor.
She runs the UK office for TTEAM & TTouch International, writes for national magazines and teaches one and two day workshops as well as working with private clients.
Sarah works with the Holly Hedge Sanctuary and Battersea Dogs Home. She also teaches staff workshops for many national animal charities including Wood Green, Dogs Trust (NCDL) and the Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre.
Sarah runs the teaching Centre for TTEAM and TTouch.
Tilley Farm - Tellington TTouch Training. The Forward Thinking Approach to Training, Handling and Rehabilitation
TTOUCH & TTEAM UK - TTOUCH & TTEAM UK: Tellington TTouch Training
Yes, King Uther and Rupert Giles from Buffy the Vampire Slayer !
After his West End debut as Jesus in "Godspell," Anthony went on to star in many acclaimed stage productions with roles as diverse as Absalom in Peter Shaffer's "Yonadab," Freddie Trumper in "Chess" and Frank-N-Furter in "The Rocky Horror Show." His career went from strength to strength, with guest leading roles in many TV series throughout the late 1970s and '80s, including "Secret Army," "Enemy at the Door," "Love in a Cold Climate" and "Howard's Way."
Anthony then went in search of widening his audience in the U.S. His first forays into American television included a guest appearance on "NYPD Blue" and one season of the groundbreaking Fox series "VR.5." A year later, he won the role of Rupert Giles in "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," a critically acclaimed series that would achieve cult status and make him an international star.
Back in the UK, Anthony has continued to show his diversity as an actor, starring in programmes such as "Manchild," "Persuasion," "Free Agents" and the wonderfully bizarre "Little Britain," while continuing to guest star in notable dramas including "Spooks," "Reversals" and "New Tricks."
After a successful run at The Old Vic playing Flan in "Six Degrees of Separation," Anthony finished filming Series 4 of BBC1's highly successful "Merlin." Prior to this, he completed filming "The Iron Lady," alongside Meryl Streep and directed by Phyllida Lloyd. He also filmed an appearance in the "The Inbetweeners Movie," which is based on the award-winning British television series. He is currently working on a five part series for the BBC called 'Dancing on the Edge'.
Joe is based in the Cotswolds in the UK and divides his time between his work as a vet, his role as resident vet on shows including The One Show on BBC 1 and Live with Gabby on Five, and Vet’s Kitchen, his own brand of natural veterinary foods and supplements for dogs and cats.
Joe the Vet - News and comment from veterinary expert and TV vet Joe Inglis
Vet's Kitchen - Created from natural ingredients. Hypoallergenic, no wheat, beef or soya. No artificial colours or preservatives. Active ingredients for key health benefits
Richard Curtis is one of the UKs leading Heelwork to music / Canine freestyle handlers. He has successfully competed in Canine freestyle / dog dancing and obedience, winning the Crufts freestyle final not once but three times with Disco 2006, Pogo 2010 and 2011 plus winning the international freestyle competition at Crufts 2011. Richard has judged the Crufts finals in 2007 and will judge again in 2012 also he has officiated at various competitions in the UK and around the world. Richard is a renowned instructor and regularly teaches Heelwork to music workshops in the UK and abroad. This has lead to the filming of a series of training DVDs and the publication of the first hard backed book in the UK on the subject. He has appeared on various radio and Televison programmes (Click here for details) and also writes for the leading canine journals, Dog World and Dog News USA.
K9 Freestyle - Dancing Dogs
Marc Abraham BVM&S MRCVS is the TV vet giving the nation pet advice on ITV’s This Morning, BBC Breakfast and Sky’s My Pet Shame.
As veterinary advisor to the Kennel Club of Great Britain Marc passionately promotes responsible pet ownership, rescue pet adoption, microchipping and animal welfare.
Creator of the hugely successful PUP AID Puppy Farming Awareness Day – Marc actively campaigns against the cruel industry of puppy farming and also helps judge a range of charity dog shows including Scruffts and the Mayhew Dog Show.
Recently Marc was voted ‘The UK’s Favourite Vet’ by the British public, and in August 2011 Marc’s very own iPhone app for dog-owners ‘Canine Care’ became available for download.
Marc’s first book Vet on Call – My First Year as an Out-of-Hours Vet is on sale now from WHSmith, Waterstones, Amazon and all good book stores.
To keep up with all Marc’s adventures why not follow Marc on Twitter or join Marc’s Facebook Page
Marc the vet
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