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Welcome to the website of the Bearded Collie Club.

  Bournemouth Champ Show results are here

  Paignton & District Fanciers Assoc Champ Show results are here

  The judge's critique for both dog and bitch classes at the July BCC Champ Show are here.

  The Leeds City & SCA Champ Show results are here

  The Midshires Bearded Collie Club Champ Show results are here

  National Working & Pastoral Breeds Soc. Champ Show results are here

  The Bearded Collie Club July Champ Show results are here....

  ... and the photos of the winners are here.

  East of England Ag Soc Champ Show results are here.

The Bearded Collie Club aims to cater for ALL Beardie owners and is intent on maintaining our breed's enviable reputation and our website supports this aim by providing information on all Beardie issues and activities.

  The Health pages have now been updated to include health information for guidance in respect of Elbow Dysplasia. You can find this new information here.

  Beardie Ambassadors It is always good to learn of Beardies doing what Beardies do best - charming and delighting people - so when an author who has written children's stories featuring her two Beardies asked for representatives of the breed to support her book readings several Beardie owners and their dogs stepped in to assist. You can read all about it here. Stories involving 'Beardie Anbassadors' are always uplifting and interesting, so if you have a similar one to share, please contact the webmaster.

  The Bearded Collie Club's Judges Sub-Committee has recently agreed changes to the Qualifications for the Club's Judging Lists and full details can be found at

Our Breed Education Co-ordinator (BEC) is Cath Leighton (Moffat) and all matters or queries relating to The Judges Education Programme for aspiring judges should in all cases be directed to Cath either by emailing her or by contacting her by telephone on 07714 014887.

  BCC CHAMPIONSHIP SHOW 3rd December 2022 We are pleased to announce that Angela Pedder (Caldermist) will be the Referee at our Championship show in December and her appointment has recently been approved by The Kennel Club.

The Dog judge is Graham Atkins (Snikkles) and the Bitch judge is Don Moir (Winaria). The show will again be held at the Sports Connexion, Ryton, near Coventry and we will shortly commence the preparation of the schedule.

  The Bearded Collie Annual Health Survey 2022 has now been published and can be found here.

Survey into Pain Management for Osteoarthritis. Please complete this online survey if you can - any research that can help us to help dogs in pain is important!

Bearded Collie Annual Health Survey. The Joint Breed Liaison Committee's 2021 Bearded Collie Annual Health Survey has been published and is now available to download here.

The 2021 Trophy Points Leader Board positions have been confirmed and can be viewed here.

Bearded Collie Breed Strategy
Exchange of health information between breeders and stud dog owners when planning a mating
As part of the Breed Strategy and following the request from breeders to produce a checklist with guidance for the exchange of health information between breeders and stud dog owners when planning a mating, the JBLC has produced a checklist as to the type of questions that breeders can ask potential stud dog owners, and a longer article which expands on the checklist and covers other points to consider when choosing a stud dog - see the JBLC Breed Strategy page.

Bearded Collie Breed Strategy: Popular Sire Usage
An analysis of sire usage has been done to show what effect the recommended annual limit of 2 litters per year would have had, if it had been in place during the period 2011 - 2016. You can find the analysis here.

Website updates: Long-term Breed Health page
New links added to the following items:
Bearded Collie Health - Useful Websites for Information: a downloadable list provided by our Breed Health Co-ordinator Liz Ayrton.
Maintaining and Improving Breeds: an article on genetic diversity covering many of the issues raised in the recent workshops and the Breed Strategy event. The article is written by Dr Jerry Bell, who has also recently completed a study on genetic diversity in AKC-registered Bearded Collies.

Spot any errors? Please contact the Website Administrator               Site last updated 05.08.2022