James Wellbeloved, well known manufacturers of Dog and Cat Foods, have agreed that any profit that is made at their annual Symposium on September 28th, shall go towards the rebuilding fund for the Dobermann Club's Pavilion, sited on its five acre All Breed Training Ground on the outskirts of Welwyn Garden City. The Pavilion was burned down by vandals 10 months ago.
The Symposium is again to be held at the Sports Connexion at Ryton-on-Dunsmore, near Coventry and is being organised and chaired by the Dobermann Club's Vice
President, Mike Millan, who has arranged a full and interesting programme of
Speakers which commences at 9am and concludes at 5.30pm.
The Speakers are: Richard Allport BVet, Vet MFHom MRCVS - Homoeopathic
Medicine; Susan McKay, BVMS, MRCVS, MBA - Canine Nutrition from Puppy to
Senior; Ann Robinson, BA, BVSc(Hons), Cert SAD, PhD, MRCVS - Canine
Vaccination - When, Why, If; and Nick Mays - Chief Reporter of OUR DOGS Newspaper - Breed Specific Legislation, The Dangerous Dogs Act, 'Kampfhund' laws in Germany and Animal Legislation in the UK.
The Kennel Club have agreed to record attendance at the Symposium and it will count
towards recognition of part of their Accreditation Scheme for Dog Training
Tickets are £26.00 each to include a good buffet lunch, tea and coffee plus
a 2kg bag of James Wellbeloved Dog Food valued at approximately £6.00.
Tickets are available from Mike Mullan at Dunsmore Kennels, London Road,
Stretton-on-Dunsmore, Warks CV23 9HX. Tel: 02476 542566. Please make cheques
payable to J M Mullan and include a SAE not less than A5.