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You can now pay your course fees and membership subscriptions online.
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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.
23rd June 2018 BDTC Obedience Show
8th July 2018 BDTC Agility Show
DATES FOR AGILITY SECTION
23rd January Week 3
30th January Week 4
6th February Week 5
8th February Weave Workshop
11th February BDTC V Rother Valley
13th February Week 6
20th February Week 7
27th February Week 8
6th March Competition Night
DATES FOR OBEDIENCE SECTION
10th January 2018 course starts
14th March New beginners course
The next Obedience Beginners course starts on 14th March. Please contact Pat Reynolds to book your place on this course.
For the Obedience classes Intermediate and Top classes are running alternate weeks.
KCGCDS GOLD/SILVER AWARD
Six BDTC members took the Kennel Club Good Citizen tests They were judged by Tracey Masters and all six passed. The members are listed below…
Lesley Milne with TANSY
Richard Crew with ROBBIE
Christina Kaye with TILLY
Liz Brendon with ISLA
Lynne Stringer with REBEL
Julia Wrathall with BRIDIE
Well done to all of you.
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. Just click the link below.
BDTC Charities (Amount raised last year £1600. See Charity page)
With the help of the Working Trials contribution, Obedience and Agility tombola/raffle, Good Citizens award, members donations, Flyball and the BDTC Talk, the amount raised for these charities was £1600.
This years charities elected at the AGM are Blind Dog Rescue and Pet Blood Bank (details on the charity page)
Thank you and keep up the good work.
Please help to support these worthwhile charities over the coming year.
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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Page Last Updated 13/01/2018
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"PROPERLY TRAINED MAN CAN BE DOG'S BEST FRIEND!!"