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President
Mrs  Liz Rushton
Vice Presidents:
Mr G FarmerMrs J Jolley,
Mrs B Thompson, Mrs E Willis, Mrs S Vincent. Mrs J Wallhead

Chairman
 Mr Steve Cayton 

Hon. Treasurer
Mrs Christine Partington-Palmer

Hon. Secretary
Mrs Linda Flynn

Committee

Mrs. Terry Britchford, Miss Kay Whitehouse, Mrs. Louise Bradley, Mrs. Denise Whitehouse,
Mr. Marcus Baugh, Mr. David Strange (Co-opted), Mr. Chris Van de Burgt (Co-opted).
Membership Subscriptions 
 
Membership Renewals
are due by 1st January each year. 
and can be made with your Ch Show entry. Payment can be made by BACS

Lloyds Bank. Account No: 00490382 Sort Code: 30-12-20
or Cheque made payable to The Japanese Chin Club
and sent to the secretary Linda Flynn, Colonsay House, Davids Lane, Benington, Boston, Lincolnshire PE22 0BZ 

UK Membership Single: £14.00, Joint £17.00, Junior £3.00


Overseas Members
Payment can be made by banker's cheque Account Name: The Japanese Chin Club BIC: (Swift Code) LOYDGB21640
IBAN: GB16LOYD 3012 2000 4903 82

Overseas Membership Single: £20.00, Joint £22.00
Overseas members only, please contact Linda Flynn (click email)

thejapanesechinclubuk@gmail.com before making your payment

New Members are always welcome to join the oldest Japanese Chin Club with a worldwide membership. Membership includes Lower
Show Entries, Yearbook, Chin Wag Magazine and Newsletter 

Application form 




 

Cambridge University

Research - request for participants

BREED/S AIM OF RESEARCH SAMPLE/SURVEY NAME AND CONTACT DETAILS

• Affenpinscher

• Boston Terrier

• Boxer

• Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

• Chihuahua

• Dogue de Bordeaux

• Griffon Bruxellois

• Japanese Chin

• King Charles Spaniel

• Maltese

• Pekingese

• Pomeranian

• Shih Tzu

(Adult dogs over 12 months of age)

The BOAS Research Group at

the University of Cambridge

are conducting a study to

identify and define the risk of

respiratory disease in different

brachycephalic breeds.

For this study, the

researchers will perform

breathing assessments,

clinical examinations, take

conformational measurements

and may use whole-body

barometric plethysmography.

For further information

please contact:

brachystudy@vet.cam.ac.uk

or

ft270@cam.ac.uk

BREED/S AIM OF RESEARCH SAMPLE/SURVEY NAME AND CONTACT DETAILS

• Affenpinscher

• Boston terrier

• Boxer

• Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

• Chihuahua

• Dogue de Bordeaux

• Griffon Bruxellois

• Japanese Chin

• King Charles Spaniel

• Maltese

• Pekingese

• Pomeranian

• Shih Tzu

Participant requirements:

• requires dental treatment

• 4 years and over

• not previously had BOAS surgery

The BOAS Research Group at

the University of Cambridge are

conducting a study to research

internal risk factors for BOAS and

other brachycephalic related

disease.

For this study, the researchers

will use CT scan images taken

from dogs admitted to the

Queen’s Veterinary School

Hospital in Cambridge for

dental treatment (free dental

treatment, including scale/

polish and extractions, with

participation in research).

For further information

please contact:

brachystudy@vet.cam.ac.uk

or

ft270@cam.ac.uk

BREED/S AIM OF RESEARCH SAMPLE/SURVEY NAME AND CONTACT DETAIL

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The Japanese Chin Club is the oldest club, formed in 1895 and welcomes all new members Worldwide and throughout the United Kingdom. Whether you have a pet Chin, you show or would like to start showing, you will find a friendly club who proudly supports the health & welfare of the breed with like-minded people who have a wealth of knowledge on our beautiful breed.  For more information 
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Welcome to The Breed Archive, a place for animal lovers, breed enthusiasts and pedigree addicts.

JUDGES EDUCATION PROGRAMME (JEP)
In 2025, the criteria for breed judges will change to The Judges Education Programme (Breed Show) Levels 1-4 and replace all Breed Club Judges C-A1 Lists (see the JEP summary). 
For more information      

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