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CruftsIf you would like to know what it feels like to show your dog at Crufts, listen to our special Crufts edition.
In this episode, we venture away from our usual format to bring you our coverage of the biggest pedigree dog show in the world.
Making it to Crufts is the pinnacle of any dog and owner's career, but there is much more to Crufts than that. This event is a celebration of dogs in general, and no dog lover could fail to find something of interest here.
We have interviews with those about to walk into the ring, and those who have already braved the spotlight.
How young does a show dog start his career? Hear what it's like to show your dog for the very first time at Crufts.
Find out how hard those super-intelligent (not to mention super-trained) dogs competing in obedience competitions have to work.
The Good Citizen Scheme might be just what you and your dog are looking for to help build your relationship.
Bruce FogleBruce Fogle gives us some behind the scenes information about his book "If your dog could talk".
This is a re-working of an earlier book, "Know Your Dog", and the superb illustrations will certainly help you understand your dog's behaviour.
Hearing Dogs for the Deaf
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People have been training dogs to make deaf people's lives easier since 1982.
Discover how these clever dogs help their owners, and how you could support the charity's work.
The DogCast Radio News brings you the results of the pedigree judging, along with some facts and figures. Host Julie gives her impressions of the show, conveying the exciting, touching and busy scenes of Crufts 2006.