On Sunday 25th November 2018, we will be walking at Hucking. If you are interested in joining us, we will meet in the pub, car park at 10:15 am and move off at about 10:30 am.
The walk will take in open fields, bridleways, woodland paths on the Hucking Estate which is open to the public and as usual it is your responsibility to have your dog under control at all times and on lead in areas where there are or maybe livestock.
Suitable footwear is advised as the ground can be uneven and muddy in places.
Walking will be for up to 2 hrs which could be too much for younger puppies or older dogs. Only join the walk if you know your dogs are able.
We see improvement in all the dogs over the weeks they attend training, making the committee’s decision difficult as to who should get the awards.
The awards this time go to: Blaze for most improved puppy. Riley for most improved rescue dog. Juno for most improved adult dog.
Mick presented the awards to Blaze and his handler Jenny (left photo). and to Riley and his handler Kevin (right photo) at the Easter fun training session. Last Sunday, 14 May, Juno and his handler David were presented with their award (photo below). The awards are held for six months after which they are returned for future presentations.
Normal club training this Easter Sunday was replaced by a fun event where members were invited to bring along Easter Bonnets for their dogs and / or themselves. About a dozen dogs arrived with bonnets of all shapes and sizes some of which you can see in the parade line below.
Ernie (above) looked quiet happy with his rabbit ears nicely positioned as he waited to be judged.
Also quietly waiting Monty (below left) and Sophie (below right)
This all gave our judge Brenda Bingham a difficult decision to make, after much deliberation the winner was Cleo.
Cleo very coy hiding behind her hat while her handler Helen was presented with her prize by Mick Bingham our club Patron. We did manage to catch another photo of Cleo, see below. The morning events continued with sausage and spoon races and then relays with teams having to get their dogs in sits or downs at stages through the relay. To finish all twenty six dogs took part in an obedience group exercise. The morning concluded with light refreshments available for the handlers, the dogs had theirs during the sausage and spoon races.
Thank you to everybody for taking part and well done to you all.