It’s the first time Southern Counties have ever scheduled Glen of Imaal Terriers and the entries close today. Judged for the breed is Johan Juslin (Finland) and Terrier day is June 1st
Monthly Archives: April 2013
If anybody tries to access the Glen of Imaal Terrier health pages through its own domain, via any search engine that has anything at all to do with Google, they will receive a message that there is malware present on the site. THIS INFORMATION IS WRONG.
The site was hacked back in February and was professionally cleaned of all virus and malware. Google was made aware of this, checked the site out, and finally removed the warning for www.glenofimaalterrier.uk.com. They did not remove it for glenofimaalhealth.co.uk even though it is a sub-site (and part of) uk.com. Google are aware of this and say they check all sites within a 90 day period (maximum) so as the malware was picked up on February 20th it could possibly be as late as mid May before the warning is removed by them.
All of the above site is absolutely fine but if still unsure, due to the Google warning, access to the health pages can be done via www.glenofimaalterrier.uk.com/healthindex.html and it will take you straight to the same place!
…thoughts turn to the summer and the EFG Companion Show.
It will be held on Saturday July 13th and the two judges will be Max King (Pedigree) and Jane Withers (Fun). There will be eye testing by Peter Bedford and appointments are necessary, Sheila email@example.com is the lady to contact if you want an appointment.
More news about the event-yes, we already have lots-will be on here over the next weeks and months!
The Oppenheimer Breeding Principles were written a long time ago now. Whether your breed is Glen of Imaal Terriers, Great Danes, Pugs, Chows or whatever it is still as relevant
Nobody travels overly much in the winter but now Spring is finally here Glen of Imaal Terrier people (and their dogs) will be getting into their cars again. Even though Glens generally have bladders that will put camels to shame sometimes you just have to stop and it is rather useful to know where there are places you can walk your dog