Bronze Awards- Six successful dogs and their handlers for The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Award test in October. Congratulations to Oakie, Bonnie R, Bonnie B, Peanut, Dottie, Misca and of course their handlers! Thank you to our KC Examiner and congratulations.
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Please note there will not be a Starter Class next week, Wednesday 23rd October due to the hall being used for our Bronze/Silver Good Citizens test night. Thank you for your co-operation. .
Please note on Wednesday 13th November 2019 we will be holding combined Tricks Classes. Class 1 & 2 will have their 'Tricks Class' which will run from 7.45pm to 8.45pm. There will then be a short break to 9pm and Classes 3 & 4 will have their Tricks Class from 9pm to 10pm. Sarah Amos will be introducing lots of fun techniques to help teach your dog some Tricks. Please be prepared for lots of fun and great ideas. Best titbits/toys at the ready!
Please note Class 3 & 4 will be combined on 18th September, we have a Guest Trainer, Dawn who will be putting everyone through their paces, fun and frolics expected! Please arrive 8.45pm for this class.
Bronze Awards Two successful dogs and their handlers for The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Award test in July. Thank you to our KC Examiner, Marion Hodgson and congratulations.
Annual Obedience Competition Night Congratulations to all that took part in our Annual Competition night. These competitions are aimed at having fun whilst enabling our instructors to promote some handlers and their dogs into their next class. Here are our finalists from Class 1, 2, 3 & 4.
Bronze Awards Six successful dogs and their handlers for The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Award test in April. Thank you to our KC Examiner, Marion Hodgson and congratulations to; Diane with Duncan Clive with Zale Chris with Bear Anthony with Oggy Joanna with Popcorn Ann with Lulu
Silver Success The Kennel Club Good Citizens Award test we held on 03 April saw four brilliant dogs and their handlers achieve the standard required.
Congratulations to Clive and Blue.At the official Draught Tests held by the Southern Newfoundland Club on 30th March 2019, committee member Clive Walls with his five year old Newfoundland, Blue, achieved a Level 4 Pass (the highest level of test). Training pays off Newfoundland Draught Tests involve multiple excercises for which many of the disciplines taught and learned at the higher class levels by CEDTS come into play. They include high levels of control in walking to heel, left and right commands and out-of-sight down stays, to name but a few.