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As the flagship Breed Club for the Bearded Collie, the BCC is intent on maintaining our breed's enviable reputation. Our website will help support this aim by providing accurate and up-to-date information on all Beardie issues and activities in an informative, entertaining and topical way.
The Bearded Collie Club aims to cater for ALL Beardie owners, so if you have ideas for new web pages or material please email the webmaster with them.

In the light of recent questions raised by Club members, the JBLC wish to inform members of the issues surrounding the CEA issue. A detailed statement can be downloaded here.

The Kennel Club has approved a new official DNA testing scheme for Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA/CH) in Bearded Collies following consultation with the breed clubs. The full Kennel Club News Release can be viewed here and downloaded from here.

The first of the twelve monthly prize draws was made by Mrs Mary Pepper who judged the BCC Open Show on 5 April. The lucky winner was Mrs E Ayrton of Cumbria. Congratulations! If you have not yet entered, you can still subscribe for the remaining eleven months. Simply log in to the Members' Area and enter on-line - 11.60 per entry until 30th April. The second draw will be made on 18th May at Midland Branch's Inkberrow Fun Day. All cumulative entries up to 30th April will go into the second draw.

Ron Perry - Webmaster                  Site last updated 18.04.2014

Results from the BCC's Open Show can be found here.
The Bearded Collie Club's booth at Discover Dogs was the Winner in the Pastoral Group competition at Crufts 2014. Our thanks go to Pat and Chris who 'dressed' the booth. See here for photos!
Our congratulations to Nellian Edwards whose bitch Nellbrook Imagination went Best of Breed then took Group 2 at Crufts on Pastoral Day
Northern Branch now have their own website - click here to access it!
Eye testing will be offered at SCBCC's 'Spring Frolic' on 18th May 2014 - further info here
Click here for the Joint Breed Liaison Committee report on Collie Eye Anomaly in Beardies and for details of how to get your Beardie tested....
...The view stated by the Breed Health Coordinator Elizabeth Kershaw in the Dog Press recently is not the view of the Bearded Collie Club and has been made in isolation. It does not have the support of the Bearded Collie Club.