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Welcome to the Stockbury Dog Club website

The aim of our club is to enable handlers to train their dogs to achieve a standard where the dogs are sociable with each other and with people.

We meet most Sundays from 10:00am until 11:00am
at
Stockbury Playing Fields (behind the village hall).
Stockbury ME9 7UD

Cost is £5 per week plus an initial £2 joining fee.
We are non profit making, proceeds to various animal related charities.

Interested in coming along then please
email: info@mail4sdc.uk
for further information.

NOTE:
Please do not arrive before9:30am.
Dogs must be kept on the lead at all time unless instructed otherwise during class.
If you need to give your dogs an off lead run please do it before arriving at the training area.
New members will be required to fill in a membership form.

Click to download form in pdf format

Problem dogs may be accepted for training after consultation with club trainers.
Aggressive dogs must be muzzled.


Remembrance Sunday
As is tradition at the club we ceased training at 11am on Sunday to pay our respects to those who have lost their lives in wartime. The members gathered with their dogs for the two minutes silence. Congratulations to all the handlers and the dogs who almost knew this was a special occasion and remained calm and quiet. It was remarked on by everybody how good they were.

Club Achievement Awards
A big congratulations go to Karen & Graham with George & Raymond for ‘The Most Improved Rescue award’ (pictured are Karen & George). At training Gary Morris, our chairman presented the trophy.

Club Fees

Please note the training fee will increase from 1st September to £5.  This is our first increase in over 10 years!

As you will know all of the income from our training fees after the club administration costs are deducted is then donated to various animal related charities in our area.

All who run the club are volunteers, including our trainers and support staff.


Car Parking

The club is very popular at the moment and we are expecting after the holidays to be even busier. So please park as close to each other as practicable and also use the car park at the front of the village hall. If you need to get away quickly after training we suggest you use the front car park. If the need arises to park in the road then please give due consideration to the residents of the village. Thank you.

 

 

 

Latest News

Puppy Foundation Awards 17th Oct & 24th

Congratulations go to Katie with Rex, Lorraine with Lulu, Jenny with Cass and Karl with Max for passing their KC Puppy Foundation awards assessment. At training Gary Morris, our chairman presented the proud handlers with a rosette and certificate.