Absolutely everything that any dog owner could want to know can be found in this impressively sized weekly newspaper. Dog World – ‘we know dogs’.
Every edition of this weighty newspaper brings you all the latest canine related news, including details of important political and regulatory changes and more light-hearted doggy developments. It also features comment, opinion and letters, as well as breed notes and news and comprehensive show reports from across the country. Dog World also features a gun dog section and guidance on behaviour, veterinary advice and living with your canine companion.
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Is there any animal that we love more as a people than the dog? We don’t think so, and we reckon those involved in the writing and production of Dog World would definitely agree with us, unless a few of them are in the closet about their secret love for cats.
A dog is ‘a man’s best friend’, his faithful companion. Long have they been an ever-present presence on the farms across the country, working hard before accompanying their masters down the pub. There is even a trend nowadays for fashionable young ladies to be followed by little Chihuahuas, almost as a fashion accessory – though we don’t particularly condone this.
Dogs, whatever their breed, can trace their lineage back to a single species, Canis Familiaris. We have selectively bred dogs into an astonishing array of different shapes and sizes, each being suited to a particular job. Even the sausage dog owes its existence to being a working dog – no, not as food but as the Dachshund, or Badger hound, being bred to flush out badgers and other burrowing mammals, with its distinctive shape being useful in a tunnel.
We have worked with dogs and we have lived with them. Their existence is unarguably intertwined with ours, the least we can do is take good care of them. NB