The Skye Terrier Club will be updating their judging list at the year end. Applications or updates for the list should be sent to the Judging List Co-ordinator – Cath Parker, 19 Stone Pit Close, Lowton, Cheshire WA3 2TD or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date for applications is 30 November.
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With thanks to George McLeod, we are pleased to be able to share a video from our Championship show 2023, where judge Nicky Bower judged the breed. You can watch it here or on our Facebook event page.
The Skye Terrier Club are holiday a Breed Appreciation Day on Saturday 21st October, open to anyone interested in learning more about the breed or advancing to judge Skyes. The Breed Appreciation Day (BAD) will be run in accordance with the requirements of the Royal Kennel Club Judges Education Programme (JEP). The BAD will give
Research into Skye Terriers began a number of years ago and is still ongoing. The team at the Kennel Club Genetics Centre and the University of Cambridge have sent us the attached update. To move forward with the research we’re asking all owners and breeders who have previously submitted samples to respond to a survey
SKYE TERRIER OF THE YEAR Curtis’ Ch Verumamicus Aurora of Brakemill JW (200); R/Up Ryan’s Ch Flanagan Energizer at Feorlig (172 points) DOG OF THE YEAR Ryan’s Ch Flanagan Energizer at Feorlig (172 points); R/Up Heath’s Lavaux’s Bahamian Chris (110) BITCH OF THE YEAR Curtis’ Ch Verumamicus Aurora of Brakemill (200); R/Up McLean & Weir’s
The Skye Terrier Club calendar for 2024 is now in stock, grab your copy in our shop!
We have updated the claim form for the Angela Harris Open Show Dog of the Year award. You can read more about the Open Show Dog competition and how to claim by visiting our Angela Harris Open Show Dog of the Year page.
All breeders want the very best for their puppies as they go to their new homes. Sometimes it can be difficult to know what information should be passed on to new owners. The Skye Terrier Club has put together a puppy pack that breeders who are member if the club can give to their new
Have you seen the new Skye Terrier tartan, designed by Club member Kate’s Smith? The tartan was designed to celebrate the history of the Skye Terrier. Colours: black and grey represent the colours of the Skye Terrier and purple, green and orange represents the Isle of Skye. If you wish to purchase the Skye Terrier
If you’re interested in a Skye puppy but aren’t sure where to start looking, you can always complete a Skye Terrier Club puppy waiting list form. The form asks you some basic information about you and the puppy you’re looking for. The Club secretary will keep a record of these forms and when puppies are