Learning about the different dog breeds is being made more accessible, with the launch of four additional breed films on the Kennel Club Academy so far in 2020.
This is the latest in a growing series of resources to be added to the online facility for those looking to improve their knowledge of the canine world and are currently free of charge.
The most recent of the breed-specific films is the Siberian husky, which is now live, with the Norwegian buhund, Labrador retriever and Japanese shiba inu having also been added in recent weeks.
All the presentations and films have been developed by experts in their breeds in collaboration with the Kennel Club and offer users an insight into their knowledge and experience.
The resources provide pre-course learning ahead of attendance at a breed appreciation day and undertaking an assessment.
Other breeds currently available to view online include the beagle, border collie, border terrier, boxer, bull terrier, chow chow, dachshund, Dalmatian, dandie dinmont terrier, English setter, Eurasier, golden retriever, griffon bruxellois, Italian greyhound, keeshond, Manchester terrier, Pomeranian, Rhodesian ridgeback, schipperke, Scottish terrier, Tibetan spaniel and whippet.
For more information and to create a free login account, which is quick and easy, please go to www.kcacademy.org.uk