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At 12 noon
Community Room, Sutton,
Madge was a young Staffordshire Bull Terrier born in 2001, she suffered from L2-HGA. At the time of her diagnosis there were only two other SBTs in the country diagnosed with this horrible condition. Her owner/breeder worked alongside the Animal Health Trust to help develop the DNA test now available. Anyone breeding Staffords, whether Kennel Club registered or not, should ensure they know the DNA status of both sire and dam before breeding to prevent any other puppies and their families suffering. Vet Harvey Carruthers has created a website dedicated to information about L2-HGA
The EASBTC Agility Display Team made an unforgettable appearance at Crufts with their fantastic energetic display. The 17 Staffords and their handlers, all ages - that's dogs and handlers wooed and delighted the audience in the main arena.
With special guest appearances from the wonderful Mr Paul O’Grady and Christina Chapman.
EASBTC Agility Display Team at Crufts 2014
AHT Research into:
Seasonal Canine Illness.
The East Anglian Staffordshire Bull Terrier Club is a Kennel Club registered breed club formed in 1973. The object of the club is to promote the interests of and interest in Staffordshire Bull Terriers in East Anglia and surrounding areas.
We hold three shows per year including a Championship show, run our own rescue scheme, newsletters, annual fun day, Christmas party, breed info stand, Picnics, rescue walks, displays, seminars, health testing sessions and we're here to offer help and advice.
We aim to provide interest for every Stafford owner and lover, whether or not you are a member of the club, whether you own a Champion or family companion.
The Stafford is the 5th most popular dog in the UK and is one of only two breeds from over two hundred breeds recognised that make mention of the breeds suitability with children.
If you would like further information on the Staffordshire Bull Terrier on finding a health tested, Kennel Club registered puppy from a reputable, responsible breeder Click here >>
Judge: MR Mark Marshall
A sad heart breaking story of a family dog that suffered from L2-GHA a genetic disease that is found in Staffordshire Bull Terriers, one that can be tested for and prevented, no puppies should have to suffer from this disease.
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or learning the importance of health testing for PHPV/HC and L2-HGA or are researching on whether the Stafford is the right breed for your family. We aim to give you unbiased advice to help you make an informed decision.
Please contact Lesley McFadyen (Secretary) for further information.
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Don’t forget to update your details with our Membership Secretary when you renew in 2014.
Thursday 6th March (working & pastoral) in Main Arena at 10.45am Guest: Nick Freeman (Celebrity Lawyer - Mr Loophole)
Friday 7th March (terrier) in Main Arena at 4.20pm
Guest: Cheryl Fergison ('Heather Trott' from Eastenders)