For generations, British dog owners have looked upon the Kennel Club as a source of knowledge, experience and authority. At its core, the Kennel Club is a breed registry. Nothing more, nothing less. In 2008 though, the organisation stretches into far more than just registering pedigree paperwork. The Kennel Club lends its name to products, pet insurance, affiliate schemes and accreditation programs. The provide guidelines on good practice to breeders and in 2004 they set up the Kennel Club Accredited Breeder Scheme. Four years on we ask, is it working?
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