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6-9 March 2008
National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham

Crufts 2008 News
Where, when, how plus results of the finals
  Green Light for Crufts
Crufts again. Had she done it all wondered Mary Ann Nester?  Had she earned her seat on the settee with Ben Fogle on the box? She'd been to Crufts as a competitor, a groom, a spectator and a shopper but always with agility in mind. Never before had she worked on a stand - what some would call the plebeian face of Crufts! Time to notch up a new experience!
The Kennel Club Festival Starters Cup
Chris Garret reports on the 2008 KC Festival Starters Cup , the first time that dogs from Grades 1 and 2 have been given the chance to compete on the world stage at Crufts. How would the relatively inexperienced handlers face the pressure?
A Roving Reporter at Crufts
Jennie Fairweather went to Crufts 2008 with an open brief Talk to people we said. and she did.
The Virgin Groom
Janet Grenfell has worked with dogs in the past as an HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) dog handler, but has never competed in agility. Last year Soraya Porter managed to talk her into scriming for her at a small independent show. Little did she know this was the thin end of the wedge. Next came the request for her to act as groom at Crufts. Not realising that this was not a job for the faint of heart, Janet agreed. Here is her account of her day as a Crufts Groom Virgin.
Young Crufts
It was a dream come true for 14 year old Neil Ellis.