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KCCT launches Christmas catalogue

The Kennel Club Charitable Trust, for the third year running, has launched its Christmas gift catalogue in association with the leading greeting card and gift supplier, Otter House Ltd.

From dog Christmas stockings and advents, to calendars and crackers, dog lovers and their dogs will be spoilt for choice at Christmas! A range of pedigree breeds are featured on the merchandise, with really beautiful Christmas scenes, especially on the cards and the mugs.

The catalogue features fun and practical items, including dog stickers for children, the Kennel Club’s Illustrated Breed Standards book, and practical dog items such as the thermal fleece blanket - there really is something for everyone.

All profits from the catalogue sales are pledged to the Kennel Club Charitable Trust whose aim is ‘Making a difference for dogs’. The Trust provides grants to organisations to support research into canine diseases, provide relief for dogs in need of care and attention, and improve the quality of life of humans using dogs as therapeutic and physical aids.

So if you would like to ‘make a difference for dogs’, and browse through the ultimate in dog Christmas catalogues then please call 01736 336990 or go online at www.mad4dogs.org.uk to download an order form, and to receive a copy of the catalogue.

The popularity of the catalogue builds year on year, with over 20,000 more Kennel Club customers having received a copy in the post this year – a total of 140,000 have been sent out so far. Members and club secretaries have also been sent copies with the October issue of the Kennel Gazette.

Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary said, "Last year’s catalogue proved extremely popular and offered dog owners the opportunity to order a great range of Christmas gifts for themselves and their pets from the comfort of their own home. We are delighted to be able to support the invaluable work of the Kennel Club Charitable Trust through the profits from this year’s edition."