Do you have an un-castrated Male Irish Terrier over five years old?
Would you be willing to help do something amazing for the health of the breed?
Click this link to cystinuria page to read more
A message from Royal Canin regarding product vouchers won at NEITC shows:
Don't forget that you can still redeem your gift certificates won at shows sponsored by Royal Canin by
contacting their Area Business Manager.
To find out who the Business Manager is for your area:
Stewarding Experience Offered:
We need additional stewards at our shows,
especially the championship show. Not necessarily experienced in the role.
Anyone who would like to volunteer to officiate alongside an experienced steward,
would be most welcome and training given at the show.
Welcome to the NEITC website homepage
The Club very much welcomes new members.
Membership subscriptions are £8 joint, and £5 single per annum.
To apply to join the North of England Irish Terrier Club click on the following link to
download the relevant form.
Membership Form PDF
We have a new supply of badges
( click on picture to enlarge )
They are £3.00 plus P&P
or next NEITC show
Painting of "Mick", 1932 by D A Johnson
Measures 40cm x 34cm including frame
Raffled in aid of Rescue/Welfare Fund. Winner Mr K Anderson
THE NEITC NEWSLETTER
Editor Andrea Howarth
Telephone & Fax: 01423 712230; email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal address: 5 Birchfield View, Glasshouses, Harrogate HG 5QZ
The Newsletter 2020 will be available from the beginning of March to all paid up members.
The Newsletter will now be posted to all members who have not, as yet, received their copy.
All new members will receive a copy for as long as stocks last.
Become a member and receive the newsletters.
Irish Terrier Head Studies
This lovely pair of head studies has been given by Marian Lovelace for the club to display.
We understand they came originally from the late Edna Howard Jones of the legendary "Breezy" kennel.
CYSTINURIA IN IRISH TERRIERS
When a genetic test is available breeders can ensure that no more dogs are bred that are
affected with the condition.
Cystinuria is a rare condition -we are appealing for small blood samples
(with veterinary reports and pedigrees) from any affected Irish Terriers that we will facility forwarding to
Dr Prof Leeb's department at University of Berne, Switzerland.
See "Cystinuria" page under IT information menu.
Click this link
DNA testing is now being carried out at the UK Laboratory, Animal DNA Diagnostics
(Registered by the Kennel Club).
The test costs £40 plus VAT and can be performed at home using mouth swabs sent to you by:
Animal DNA Diagnostics.
For a full report please Click this link