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Arriving at the Hotel we were fortunate, the Hotel allowed dogs in certain rooms and we brought along Ella, a soft gentle Dobermann, who made friends with every one she met. Socially, we found we talked freely and gained great comfort from others. Ella became the talking point and certainly broke the ice with many parents – the friendship and understanding again was very evident.

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Our 2017 CHRISTMAS TREAT FUND is now open! It gives us great enjoyment on your behalf to be able to buy extra treats for the dogs in kennels over the Christmas period and your contribution however small ads up.

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We found Zak (his original name was Max but we didn't think it suited him) as a 14 month old young Dobermann along with a few others at the Rescue Centre run by Val Griffiths in Shropshire. I eagerly made arrangements to go and see a few dogs, but Zak was the main interest.

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Sat Sept, 22nd saw the whole day packed with fun for everyone to enjoy, showcasing traditions such as maypole dancing and a tug of war with teams from the local public houses, battling it out with a team from the Met. Police in the end it was the Police who reigned supreme, and stood on an Olympic style podium to receive their gold medals.

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This condition presents mostly in Dobermans although other large breeds can be affected, particularly Great Danes. The fact that its presentation is so breed-related suggests that there is a genetic predisposition, although the basic genetics of this syndrome have not been clearly understood yet. It is also postulated that selection for –large- size has also had an influence as it tends to present only in large breed dogs.

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