DATES FOR AGILITY SECTION
DATES FOR OBEDIENCE SECTION
RESTART OF AGILITY CLASSES
We are pleased to let you know that we have restarted Agility classes, and so far they have been very popular. Everyone has supported us by following the guidelines laid out by the section. We will continue to operate for 16 weeks before Christmas so everyone will get an 8 week course attending every other week.
If you have any queries give Graham Reynolds a ring on 01403 784002.
Guidelines for Re-start of Agility.
Please wait in your car to be called if in later group.
Training will be every other week for your class until further notice.
Please put on mask when leaving car. Please sign in on the register on arrival and collect protective gloves from box. There will be 3 sizes. Do not bring your own gloves from home. Gloves must be worn for all session and taken home for disposal. Masks can be removed for class.
When setting up or putting away a mask must be worn.
AT NO TIME MUST MORE THAN 6 PEOPLE BE IN THE RIDING SCHOOL.
At no time must there be more than 2 masked members in the store.
6 chairs socially distanced will be placed in position 2 metres apart. They are your work station which must be used for all belongings and seat. There are 6 chairs specifically for each group, early and late. These chairs need to be sprayed after the 2nd class on Tuesdays and placed in store separated. There is no need to spray chairs on Thursday as virus only lasts for 72 hours. There will be no fencing either at entrance or half way. The class will have the entire riding school to train in.
We now have access to the toilet in the stable block which is less used. Cleaning materials will be available in our box. Bleach down toilet after use please and use spray to wipe over seat. Sanitising spray available for hands.
You can now pay your course fees and membership subscriptions online.
Contact Trudy at firstname.lastname@example.org for the bank 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.
Amont donated £660.00
See Charity page
This years charity elected at the AGM were Pets As Therapy and Battersea Dogs Home (details on the charity page).
Due to the problems caused by Covid 19, these charities will be carried over to the next year.
Charities 2015: Kit Wilson Aged Dog Accommodation and WADARS: Money raised £3000.
Charities 2016: War Dogs Remembered and Animal Health Trust: Money raised £2100.
Charities 2017: Sussex Caring Pets and Medical Detection Dogs: Money raised £1600.
Charities 2018: Blind Dog Rescue and Pet Blood Bank: Money raised £1900.
Charity 2019: Garbo's GSDR: Money raised £2600.
Charities 2020: Battersea Dogs Home and Pets as Therapy: money donated £660.00
Don't forget to check out the BDTC Facebook page. Just log in and contact the administrator to join the group.
Here you will find some useful links to the world of dogs:
The Kennel Club - www.thekennelclub.org.uk
Agilitynet - www.agilitynet.co.uk
Allows you to find shows, news, trainers, events, equipment for sale/wanted etc.
The Agility Club - www.agilityclub.org
The Agility Club website - lots of news and information, awards, leagues, etc.
Agility Shows Online - www.agilityshows.online
The UK’s newest online entering and processing service for Agility shows
Obedience UK - www.obedienceuk.net
To look for Obedience show schedules & entry forms.
With Your Dog - www.withyourdog.co.uk
For all your online Obedience show bookings.
Association of Pet Dog Trainers - www.apdt.co.uk
Arun Vetinary Group - www.arunvetgroup.co.uk
Your local Vetinary experts. With branches in Pulborough, Ashington & Storrington.
Craig Ogilvie - www.craigogilviedogtraining.com
International Dog Trainer
Our chosen charities for 2020
Pets as Therapy - www.petsastherapy.org
Battersea Dogs Home - www.battersea.org.uk
If you have any notices/results/something doggy to sell/wanted etc please contact
Website Last Updated 25/11/20
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