General Dog-Related Sites
For Other General Dog Care Information,
Try rec.pets.dogs FAQ Homepage
rec.pets.dogs (the Usenet group) offers a variety of FAQ's (frequently asked questions) to answer general questions people have about dogs. These are the most up-to-date versions as they are the master copies. All of these files, except those that note otherwise, are copyright by Cindy Tittle Moore.
Breed-Ring Mailing List
BREED-RING is a discussion list for and
about canine conformation shows. It attempts to provide meaningful information
about the world of canine conformation showing and breeding with a high
signal-to-noise ratio. Almost anything that may reasonably be seen to have
a relationship to canine conformation may be posted here. This includes,
but is not limited to, breed standards, handling methods, training, breeding
and health issues related to conformation and showing, ring etiquette,
grooming tips, brags, etc.
To subscribe to Breed-Ring send email to: email@example.com
Subject: Add no text on the subject line.
Add to the body of the message: SUB BREED-RING Yourfirstname Yourlastname [in the text area of the message]
Subscription requests are not automatic for this list. Your request will be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org for approval.
ShowDogs Mailing List
SHOWDOGS-L is a discussion forum for all
breed conformation issues. Absolutely anything that has anything to do
with conformation, either directly or indirectly, may be discussed here,
such as structure, standards, temperament, health issues, brags, contracts
(selling puppies, breeding, co-ownerships, for example), friendly chat,
etc. This, however, is NOT a place for flame wars, comments about specific
judges, or blatant commercials. For example, litter announcements are welcome,
but attempts to use the list to sell the puppies are not. It is okay to
ASK about specific judges but comments should be sent in private email.
Also, the presence of any breeder on this list is not to be construed as
a recommendation by the list owners or administrators.
To subscribe to Showdogs the email address is: LISTSERV@MAIL.EWORLD.COM
Subject: Add no text on the subject line.
Add to the body of the message: subscribe SHOWDOGS-L Yourfirstname Yourlastname [in the text area of the message]
SmallDogs Mailing List
about the Smalldog Listserv
What is the Smalldog Listserv? Smldog-L is an e-mail list devoted to small dog breeds, including all "toy" breeds as classified by AKC, the small breeds in the non-sporting group, small terriers and crosses. There are over 200 small dog owners who share their love for, questions about, and knowledge of small dogs on Smalldog Listserv. Its members come from throughout the world, and range from experienced breeders to new small dog owners (some members do not even own a small dog). The Smalldog Listserv is owned by Shirley Varmette email@example.com
To subscribe send the following e-mail message to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: [leave this line blank]
In the body of the message: subscribe SMLDOG-L [your-name]
To avoid confusing the listerv computer, do not send a signature with your message. After you have successfully subscribed you will receive an e-mail explaining how to communicate with the other members of the list. Please save that e-mail for future reference.
ToyDogs Mailing List
Information about the toydogs-l mailing
Toydogs-l is intended for those who are interested in the discussion of the breeding, care, showing and general discussion of dog breeds belonging to the AKC toy group. This in an unmoderated list.
To subscribe send an email message to: email@example.com
Subject: [Leave This Line Blank]
In the body of the message put: subscribe toydogs-l
If you need any help subscribing or have additional questions contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Scott Armstrong, list admin)
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Although not as real-time as a mailing list, the Pomeranian Newsletter is sent weekly to a list of subscribers via email. It contains a wealth of information. To subscribe to this newsletter, email Chris Galley email@example.com who is the created and maintains the newsletter.
Newsgroups are public bulletin boards that allow individuals to post questions and responses. Most newsgroups have their own "code of ethics" which you should become familiar with. "Lurking" (just reading) a newsgroup of interest for a few months is suggested so that you can get some idea of the types of questions/responses which are appropriate to post. I recommend the following newsgroup for those interested in purebred dogs. Below is the address. Just click on it and it should open in your "news" reader. Once you have accessed the site, you may need to tell you news reader to subscribe to that particular newsgroup.
Games For Humans
And Other Fun Dog Sites
Fetch the stick. Sounds easy enough, but whether you're a mutt or a "dumb, yapping poodle," Drool makes a dog's life difficult. Evil tykes, funny-looking fellows and airport terrorists impede your quest to return a stick to your master in this text-based, choose-your-own-adventure game. Frustrated by your every attempt to be a good dog, you set off through Boston looking for your grail--your master's stick. You'll ride the subway, wander through Harvard Square, hike MIT's Infinite Corridor, wait in line at the Hard Rock Cafe and nose around in Dumpsters. Fail in your search and face that awful evil, your master's disapproval. Succeed and you'll bask in his affection. Either way, you'll get to explore a virtual Boston and play in one of the most imaginative and innovative games we've seen in a long time. This dog's life ain't so bad. (Last Reviewed by BIGSURF .)
Dog Show--Dog Shows Held in Cyberspace
Just For Fun Dog Sites
And Dog Show Superintendent Sites
Click Above To Go to AKC's Web Site
Go To Newport Dog Shows
Go To OnoFrioDog Shows
Go To Jim RAU
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