Useful Links

Newlin Beagles - Beagle Breader Scotland Newlin Beagles The website of Newlin Beagles owned by Liz Calikes and David Bradley. Liz and David show and breed Beagles and are in fact responsible for the lovely Newlin Zamantha (aka Beanie). If you’re looking for a gorgeous Beagle pup with a lovely temperament this should be your first port of call!
Redcap Beagles The website of Redcap Beagles owned by Michelle Kingsland. Michelle shows and breeds Beagles and owns the lovely Redcap Renaissance – dad of both Beanie and Biggles.
Mochuisle Beagles The website of Mochuisle Beagles owned by Neil and Kathleen Macdonald. Neil and Kathleen breed quality Beagles that conform to breed standard, but with an emphasis on good health and characteristics that make superb pets.
Glasgow Dog Training Club Superb dog training classes based at Overlee Pavilion in Clarkston, Glasgow. Seperate classes for puppies, beginners, intermediate and advanced level; fun agility sessions once a month; graduation certificates; end of term photos and a whole host of doggie social events throughout the year. And the best bit……lots of Beagle members!!!
Clear Run Agility Club Clear run agility offer introduction and beginner training courses for new dogs and handlers. They also offer classes and private lessons for owners and dogs who would like to, or are already, competiting  in agility competitions. This is where Beanie goes for her agility training.

Classes are held in Glasgow; Dalry, North Ayrshire; East Kilbride and Cumbernauld.

Glasgow Pet Therapy Centre Pet Therapy is a veterinary rehabilitation and complementary therapy clinic. They offer a range of treatments including physiotherapy, hydrotherapy and osteopathy. This is where Beanie goes for her weekly swimming lessons – it’s not just for sick or injured pets! ¬†

Other Dog Related Websites… – A little web page with a selection of lovely dog walks. Well worth a visit!!! – A fantastic discussion forum for all things dog related. – The dog lovers online directory. – 10K and 5K races for both dogs and people in the US, and hopefully in the UK soon too!