Dogue de Bordeaux breeder disqualified
A DOGUE de Bordeaux breeder has been disqualified for 10 years after falsifying pedigrees contrary to the Trade Descriptions Act and keeping a breeding establishment for dogs without a licence contrary to the Breeding of Dogs Act 1973.
The A43 case was heard by the Disciplinary Sub-Committee after Mr J Fogg appeared before Wolverhampton Magistrates Court on 10 September 2007.
At its meeting on 26 June 2008 the Sub-Committee considered the conviction and imposed the following penalties: To disqualify him from exhibiting at, taking part in, attending and/or having any connection with any event licensed by the Club. If any person disqualified under this sub-paragraph shall attend any canine event whilst disqualified the General Committee shall have the power to increase the period of disqualification; To disqualify him from being or becoming a member of any canine club or society registered with or affiliated to the Kennel Club; To disqualify him from acting as an Officer or serving on the committee of any canine society; To disqualify him from taking part in the management of any event licensed by the Club; To disqualify him from judging at any event licensed by the Club; To disqualify him from effecting registrations of any or all dogs and/or progeny of such dogs which are owned and/or registered by him (whether or not jointly owned and/or whether or not owned and/or registered in the name of a nominee)