WELCOME TO M.C.A.T.C!

 
       

WELCOME to the website of the Midland Counties Airedale Terrier Club (MCATC).  We hope you will enjoy our site, and that it gives you more information on who we are and what we have to offer!  We are proud to be England's oldest Airedale Terrier club, founded in 1907.  Please click here to read our Code of Ethics and please click here to read our Privacy Policy.

 
  

FORTHCOMING CLUB EVENTS & SHOWS

Open Show, Overseal, Derbyshire - Sunday 17th November 2019.   Entry Form and/or Show Schedule now available to download on our Results/Schedules page.  We will be holding Pet Classes and a Baby Puppy Class (4 to 6 months) at this show.

Results from our Championship Show on Sunday 14th July are available on our Results/Schedules page.

Write up of our Warwickshire Walk & BBQ on Sunday 8th September is now available on our News Page  

For more details on all of the above events and shows, please visit our Events page.

SUPPORTED ENTRIES - LEICESTER CITY CANINE SOCIETY

The Midland Counties Airedale Terrier Club was pleased to provide a Supported Entry for the Airedale Terrier classes at the Leicester City Canine Society Open Show on 26th August 2019, and offered Specials for Best Of Breed and Best Puppy.
 

SUBMISSION OF JUDGING CVS

 

If you judge Airedales and would like to be considered for inclusion on our judging list, then please submit your CV and complete a judging questionnaire via our Contacts Page  

 

 

PUPPY AWARENESS WEEK (PAW) - please visit the Kennel Club's Puppy Awareness Week pages to learn more about the best way to find a happy healthy puppy from a responsible breeder, and their campaign to end the cruel practice of puppy farming.  If you are looking for an Airedale Terrier puppy, please always do your homework carefully and find a reputable breeder, preferably one registered with the Kennel Clubs Assured Breeder Scheme.  Click here for more information.

 

DOGS LEFT UNATTENDED IN CARS - an important reminder from the Kennel Club which is particularly timely during the summer months, but which is important throughout the year, as even on what may seem like cooler days cars can still heat up very quickly.   Please click here to read  The Kennel Club's press release and click here to view a very informative short video warning of the dangers of leaving dogs unattended in cars - entitled 'Don't Cook Your Dog'. 

 

 

Midland Counties Airedale Terrier Club 2019