No, that isn’t a spelling mistake. It’s a rather catchy word for something still not on the radar of many folk. At Crufts each year the Kennel Club now run Obreedience

The purpose ( of Obreedience) is to encourage more breeds to ‘have a go’ at some of the tests associated with competitive obedience but in a less formal environment. Obreedience is a team event and showcases the talents of each breed through a series of fun exercises and it is perfect for all ages and abilities!

We know some American Glen of Imaal Terrier owners would make sure the breed swept the board and top honours all round but what about over here? Are there any UK based people who think it would be possible to make a team? Full details can be found on the Kennel Club website-let us know what you think!


2 thoughts on “Obreedience

  1. Bron of Jason Atkin was brilliant a great dog properly trained as is Mac!, My own Fred,Brandy were and Ben is good i cannot speak for anyone else but Alison Sealls dogs seem well trained.

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