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Billingshurst Dog Training Club
is holding a
TALK ENTITLED CANINE CPR;CANINE FIRST AID AND A SHORT QUESTION SESSION WITH EDRIC CROSS, ARUN VETERINARY GROUP
Edric arrived as a locum with Arun Veterinary Group but was persuaded to stay after falling in love with the practice. He graduated in 1986 and now as Clinical Director, he brings a wealth of experience to the group.
In his free time Edric enjoys wildlife, photography and taking Crumble, his Hungarian Vizsla for country walks. Crumble is a very popular member of the team and is often seen being spoilt by one of us when she comes to work!
If there is time Edric has also agreed to take questions on the evening.
7.00 for 7.30 p.m.
To be held at Rudgwick Hall (on the
A281 at Bucks Green)
For further information and tickets
Pat Reynolds on 01403 784002
Cost: £6.00 per person for non members
£5.00 per person for members to include refreshments
All profits to our charities of the year
Medical Detection Dogs and Sussex Caring Pets
You can now pay your course fees and membership subscriptions online.
Sort code: 30 94 41 Account number: 01678041.
Contact Trudy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Your forms will still need to be returned to the relevant people, i.e. Treasurer/Membership Secretary in respect of Membership Forms; Pat Reynolds in respect of Application Forms for Obedience – both pet obedience and competition obedience; Graham Reynolds for Agility.
12th June Flyball
24th June BDTC Obedience Show
9th July BDTC Agility Show
20th September Club Talk (see above)
DATES FOR OBEDIENCE COURSES
For the Obedience classes Intermediate and Top classes are running alternate weeks.
NOTE: The next Beginners course commences on 19TH JULY, so please contact Pat Reynolds if you wish to book your place on the next course.
DATES FOR AGILITY
6TH JUNE WEEK 2
11TH JUNE THAMES SHOW (NEWBURY) RING PARTY PLEASE
13TH JUNE WEEK 3
18TH JUNE AXSTANE SHOW (ORSETT) RING PARTY PLEASE
20TH JUNE WEEK 4
27TH JUNE WEEK 5
29TH JUNE WEAVE WORKSHOP
4TH JULY WEEK 6
8TH JULY SURREY SHOW (CRANLEIGH) RING PARTY PLEASE
9TH JULY BDTC SHOW (CRANLEIGH) HELPERS PLEASE
11TH JULY WEEK 7
18TH JULY WEEK 8
6TH AUGUST BSRA DEMO JUBILEE FIELDS, BILLINGSHURST
Report on 3-way match held on 2nd April at Worplesdon Memorial Hall. By Anne Burge
I would like to thank all the handlers for taking part in the match with their dogs. It was a great day and everyone seemed happy if they were also a tad nervous...
We did have 2 handlers that took on this match having not done much if any obedience and that was Maureen and Febo and Tracey Masters from agility with her dog Freddy.
SURREY hosted the March this year and we all enjoyed their lovely cakes. At first the results were South Eastern in first place SURREY in second and Billingshurst 3rd place.... well after reading the results again it all changed... So the final results are: SURREY in first place Billingshurst second and South Eastern in last place. So we are so pleased for those who took part and we came second without 2 C handlers.
In Working Trials one member has had great success. Stella Richards has finally got her TDEx with her Border Collie. This gives her the full set of letters after her dog’s name.
Good Citizen Scheme
Anyone who has any interest in the Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme within the club will know that Tracey Masters has helped us out on numerous occasions to judge our Bronze Level Tests. Tracey has been a judge at Silver level also for some time. Recently however she passed the KC Examiner Assessment Course in order to judge at Gold Level too. This puts Tracey on the A1 List of Examiners! We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Tracey for all her hard work in achieving this status – it’s not an easy test. And give advanced warning that we’ll certainly be calling on her services in the future!
On the subject of The Good Citizen Scheme, congratulations must go to Jo Macleod who has just achieved Gold with her Labrador Lola.
Well done to all of you..
TED LYGO MEMORIAL TROPHY
Below is a picture of Lin Bagley's dog Teddy.
Teddy was awarded the trophy by SATS (Southern Alsatian Training Society). The award is given to the GSD that has an outstanding achievement in any sphere (e.g. breed, working, pat dog, search & rescue). It was awarded to Teddy for the assistance he gave Lin before and during Lin's treatment for cancer.
BDTC have a small amount of clothing left, so contact Graham Reynolds and grab yourself a bargain, while
supporting your club.
Alternatively when stock has run out Billingshurst Dog Training Club clothing will be available direct.
BDTC Charities (Amount raised last year £2100.00. See Charity page)
With the help of the Working Trials contribution, Obedience and Agility tombola/raffle, Good Citizens award, and members donations, the amount raised for this years charities is £556.00.
Thank you and keep up the good work.
Please help to support these worthwhile charities over the coming year.
KIT WILSON TRUST
Here is Eunice presenting the cheque for £1500, raised by the club, 2014/2015, to Kit Wilson Trust for their Aged Dogs Accommodation, at the BDTC AGM.
Below is a picture of Eunice presenting Andrew Simmonds from AHT with the cheque for £1050 raised by BDTC in 2015/2016 with a copy of the letter sent by AHT.
It was a pleasure meeting you at Crufts on the Sunday and to have received the wonderful cheque from Billinghurst Dog Training Club’s fundraising in 2016. What an honour to receive your valued funds in this our 75th Anniversary year!!
With our sincere thanks again for supporting our canine work and I shall look forward to updating you on how the funds were utilised in due course. We will ensure they provide a huge benefit towards furthering the health and welfare of dogs.
Very best wishes.
Here are Eunice, Pat and Graham presenting Stef Ransley from Wadars Animal Sanctuary, with the cheque for £1500 raised by BDTC in 2014/2015.
The donation has been reserved for current dog care.
This means it will be used for kennelling and veterinary fees for a number of four-legged friends in their care, to go toward some of the treatments that can be costly (scale and polish, neutering etc), and is not always covered by the adoption fee.
Don't forget to check out the BDTC Facebook page. Just log in and contact the administrator to join the group.
Under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 all dogs in England, Scotland and Wales must be microchipped and registered from 6 April 2016.
Breeders must ensure puppies are chipped by the age of 8 weeks old and cannot transfer ownership until this is done. Owners, or the ‘keepers’ of dogs are required to ensure their details are kept up to date on an authorised microchip database. This onus is on the ‘keeper’ of the dog to register the details of any new owner, or report if the animal dies. Police and some Local Authority employees will be issued with microchip readers to ensure this law is enforced. If a dog is found not to be microchipped then the keeper may be served with a notice requiring it to be chipped with 21 days and face a £500 fine if they don’t comply with the notice.
Only vets, a nurse or student acting on a vet’s directions or a person who has been on an approved training course may implant a microchip. The only exemption to registration is if the dog is a Certified Working dog or where there is a medical exemption and a vet has issued a certificate.
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