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INFORMATION ON PUREBRED DOGS
The world's first dog-site (1988), TheDogPlace.org, was followed by TheDogPress.com and TheJudgesPlace.com which completed the full spectrum of dog news and information.
The Andrews' Video Express International was the first to be granted exclusive permission to film the Crufts Dog Show in England. Their TV Network contacts led to development of the first canine information website.
TheDogPlace.org launched on the Gallat satellite in 1998. The only other "websites" were Collegian and Military. There were no network news sites, no AOL, no chat lists, etc.
TheDogPress.com first edition was 2002. The people of China were granted unprecedented access to "American news" through SAAB Member Lana Tsan, a close friend of China's President. AKC, UKC, and TKC had no website.
TheJudgesPlace.com opened in 2005 as the first website by, for, and about judges. "Judges Education" was only hit and miss pamphlets by a few breed clubs and there were still no registry (AKC, UKC, TKC) websites.
Today The NetPlaces Network dominates the global internet with annotated, documented information on all facets of purebred dog ownership, health, training, breeding, and exhibition. Over 1.2 million people "visited" and used the Network in 2018.
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