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Expert Advice: News ‘When Harry Met Minnie’: The Fateful Story of Two Bull Terriers and Their Owners
“When Harry Met Minnie: A True Story of Love and Friendship,” by Martha Teichner. Celadon Books. $26.99. OK, admit it. When you see that book title your first thoughts turn to the popular 1989 romantic comedy, “When Harry Met Sally,” starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan. Some of the same elements are in this tender, […]
https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/news/when-harry-met-minnie-the-fateful-story-of-two-bull-terriers-and-their-owners/ | February 23, 2021
Clubs & Delegates State Issues February 2021
News from the State Capitols Here are some highlights of state-level issues AKC GR is currently tracking. Alabama – House Bill 235 would authorize food service establishments to allow pet dogs in outdoor restaurant seating areas and sets out access, sanitation, and other requirements. It also specifies that emotional support animals are not service animals […]
https://www.akc.org/clubs-delegates/government-relations/newsletters/taking-command/state-issues-february-2021/ | February 18, 2021
Expert Advice: AKC Rally Dog Athlete of the Month: Rally Champions Brianne and Aurora
Aurora, a seven-year-old white, gray, and black mottled Border Collie, kept complete focus, jumping, spinning, and sitting on command in perfect unison with her handler. Aurora was competing in the Rally National Championship in Orlando, Florida, for the fourth time. She's placed in the top 10 of every national event she's competed in. To compete […]
https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/sports/dog-athlete-of-the-month-rally-champions-brianne-and-aurora/ | February 18, 2021
Legislative Alerts Maryland: Support Bill Providing Liability Protections for COVID Exposure (Update)
Tomorrow, February 3, the Maryland House Judiciary Committee will be holding a hearing on House Bill 508, which provides certain liability protections when there has been exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Those AKC clubs with concerns about the ability to conduct events while under a higher potential exposure to liability actions associated with COVID-19 may […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/maryland-support-bill-providing-liability-protections-covid-exposure-2/ | February 2, 2021
Legislative Alerts Indiana: Ask You Senator to Support Bill Providing Liability Protections for COVID Exposure
The Indiana State Senate continues to advance Senate Bill 1, which provides certain liability protections when there has been exposure to the COVID-19 virus. This new law may be of potential interest to some AKC-affiliated clubs with concerns about conducting their events while under a higher-than-normal exposure to liability risks. Those who participate in dog […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/indiana-ask-senator-support-bill-providing-liability-protections-covid-exposure/ | January 26, 2021
Expert Advice: News Experts Say Schedule 2021 Vet Appointments Now; Avoid Pandemic Delays
From daily walks to proper socialization, you do a lot to make sure your dog is healthy and able to live a long fulfilling life. Whether your dog is from a local rescue or a champion breeder, an important component of keeping your dog healthy is annual vet visits. At these appointments, your vet gives […]
https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/news/experts-say-schedule-2021-vet-appointments-now-avoid-pandemic-delays/ | January 25, 2021
Legislative Alerts Maryland: Support Bill Providing Liability Protections for COVID Exposure
On Tuesday, January 26, the Maryland Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee will be holding a hearing on Senate Bill 210, which provides certain liability protections when there has been exposure to the COVID-19 virus. Those AKC clubs with concerns about the ability to conduct events while under a higher potential exposure to liability actions associated with […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/maryland-support-bill-providing-liability-protections-covid-exposure/ | January 22, 2021
Expert Advice: Feature Postcards From Lockdown: Even in the Italian Alps, There Was No Escaping COVID-19
I wasn’t initially too worried about the impact the lockdown would have on my dog. We live at the top of Courmayeur, a town with a population less than 3,000, in the Italian Alps, at the foot of Mont Blanc. It’s a tranquil location, nearly 5,000 feet above sea level, with access to stunning mountain […]
https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/news/postcards-from-lockdown-even-in-the-italian-alps-there-was-no-escaping-covid-19/ | January 21, 2021
Expert Advice: Feature Diversity at Dog Shows: One Woman’s Journey
Rolissa Nash has been fighting her whole life for equality in and out of the show ring. Rolissa Nash was born in 1950 — a premature baby wedged halfway between a century. At only four pounds, 11 ounces, her difficult birth was just the beginning of her lifelong health struggles, and only one of the […]
https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/news/diversity-at-dog-shows-rolissa-nash/ | January 21, 2021
Expert Advice: Vet's Corner COVID-19 and Dogs – What You Need to Know
It’s been about a year since we first heard the words Corona and COVID on the airwaves and reports. Today, with a vaccine looming, we still are still having massive outbreaks of COVID-19 throughout the country and may still we have questions about the virus, the disease and ideal protocol.  But what we have gained […]
https://www.akc.org/expert-advice/vets-corner/covid-19-dogs-need-know/ | January 20, 2021

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