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Welcome to the only Club in the United Kingdom dedicated to the Smooth Collie, a medium sized, short coated breed of great intelligence.

 

A pastoral breed renowned as a faithful, loyal companion with the versatility to excel in all activities in addition to being a great family pet

IMPORTANT!!!

Are you interested in helping us learn more about the health of Smooth Collies all over the world? Then please take our survey. It only takes a few minutes but the answers will give us an understanding of the health of our beautiful breed and what our health priorities should be. All responses are anonymous. 

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Z2JMSWL

Membership subscriptions are due from from 1st January - please support this wonderful breed by joining the Club - more information HERE

The Club holds a number of events each year - two shows (an Open Show in May and a Championship Show in September), and for members there is an annual invited competition in March for Smooth Collie of the Year that includes Puppy of the Year and Veteran of the Year followed by the AGM.

The Club also attends Discover Dogs and Crufts each year to promote the breed - this provides an opportunity for the public to meet some dogs and ask questions of experienced owners and breeders.

OUR NEXT SHOW IS ON THE 2ND SEPTEMBER 2017
Judge Mr S Mallard
Postal entries close on the 4th August
Online entries on the 13th August
Your can enter online or download a schedule HERE





 

AGM AGENDA 2017
(including minutes for 2016)

DNA Archive at AHT







News - July 2016 - COLLIES AND DACHSHUNDS BORN WITH RECESSIVE COAT TYPE NOW ELIGIBLE TO BE REGISTERED IN CORRESPONDING BREED
Collies and Dachshunds born in litters of a different coat type to that of their parents, due to recessive genes, are now eligible to be entered in the register of the breed to which their coat most closely conforms, the Kennel Club has announced. Annex D to Regulation B2 has been amended - When Collies (Smooth) are mated any dog in the resulting litter shall be eligible for entry in the register of the breed to which its coat most closely conforms. Therefore, progeny may also be registered as Collies (Rough).

Caroline Kisko, Kennel Club Secretary, said: “It makes sense that Collies and Dachshunds born with a different coat type to that of their parents should be eligible to be entered in the register of the breed to which their coat most closely conforms, especially as a precedent already exists with the Belgian Shepherd Dog and Chihuahua breeds. However, we would point out that the Kennel Club reserves the right to DNA profile any litters where parentage may be in question. Also, in the case of Dachshunds, we would emphasise that this latest amendment to the regulations is about coat type only and does not allow for the interchange of Dachshunds between the two sizes.”

 

 
 

 

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