• LifestyleYahoo Celebrity UK

    Crufts 2023 schedule: When is it on TV and who's presenting?

    All you need to know about coverage of this year's dog show.

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  • EntertainmentYahoo Celebrity UK

    Peter Purves 'shocked' and 'hurt' after being snubbed from 'Crufts' after 41 years

    The 80-year-old has lamented the amount of television work available "at his age".

  • NewsYahoo News UK

    Every dog has its day: Dylan the papillon is named Best in Show at Crufts

    Dylan the papillon emerged victorious out of 27,000 dogs who attended Crufts this year.

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    The rescue story of the dog who went crazy at Crufts will make you love him even more

    The dog who stole the show at this year’s Crufts may only be remembered for his craziness on camera – but there’s much more to him than just an adorable tumble. Five-year-old Jack Russell terrier Olly became an instant star when his hours of practice went up in smoke after he got a little too excited and decided to just make things up as he went along.

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    Dog breeders furious after Crufts officials BAN hair ribbons

    One of the best things about Crufts is seeing the dogs perfectly coiffed and dressed up to the nines in an attempt to impress the judges. Veteran shih tzu judge Pat Maule made the shock announcement on Facebook that no dog will be considered for Best in Show if they break the rules. Mrs Maule is backed up by new Kennel Club regulations, which changed in November 2016 to stop people showing shih tzus with bows in their topknots.

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    Crufts 2017: 35 incredible photos of the world's biggest dog show through the ages

    Crufts, the world’s largest dog show, is taking place from 9-12 March 2017. Thousands of dogs and their ultra-competitive owners are heading to the NEC Birmingham to be put through their paces in the 125th year of the competition. The show, set up by Mr Charles Cruft, was first held in 1891 in Islington Royal Agricultural Hall, with 2,437 breeds showing off their coiffed fur and manicured paws.

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    Hero Dog That Detects Owner’s PTSD Wins Special Crufts Prize

    A dog who takes care of her owner by detecting when she is about to have a post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) episode has been awarded a Crufts prize for her heroics. Boo the lurker was named the winner of the Eukanuba Friends For Life prize 2016 on Sunday for her loyal efforts with owner Rosie Reid. Ms Reid, from Swindon, Wiltshire, adopted Boo after suffering an ectopic pregnancy which left her with PTSD after she found out she was left unable to have children.