SKITTLES EVENING AT THE CLAY PIPES
SANDFORD SATURDAY 23 NOVEMBER
ARRIVE 6:30 for 7-9pm.
Tickets £10 Include food & raffle
Food choice : Scampi & Chips
chicken & Chips
Sausage & Chips
Vegan or otherwise
Please contact : Jenny or Phil.
ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF JOINING US AS A MEMBER!
Membership is now open to anyone bringing their dog to our training classes. By becoming a member of the Wessex Dog Training Club you will save money on training costs and enjoy all of the benefits of being part of the best dog dog t 10% Discount at Dorwest Poundbury.
10% Discount at Vets4Pets Holes Bay Poole.
10% Discount at Steel Hair Design in Poole.
10% Discount at Living Outside LTD in Wimborne.
15% Discount with Beauty by Marissa at Coleese, 9/10 Tatnam Cresent, Poole, Dorset, BH15 2HG, Tel 01202 661064
Cost to join as a member is £5.
After your FREE first training session your next session will cost £5
membership plus £4 for session, thereafter £4 per session.
Ask us for details on joining us - we will be glad to give you information.
Gift Vouchers Avalible
Agility, Obedience and Rally "O" classes £4.00
Hoopers Agility £5.00
One2One Session (members only) £10.00
Did you know that new legislation is being introduced in England in April 2016 that requires all dogs to be microchipped? This includes puppies at eight weeks, before they go to their new homes. There are a number of microchips and databases available through vets and implanters. More information on this is available through the Kennel Club website: www.thekennelclub.org.uk
IS YOUR DOG DEAF?
We have experience with training a deaf dog or dogs with other disabilities so please don't
be afraid to ask us! They all deserve a fair chance.
OUR FABULOUS NEW CLUB POLO SHIRTS
We now have some very smart new Club polo shirts
available to purchase. They will be just £12.99 each
and feature the Club crest. Colour is a dark blue
and they are available in S,M,L and XL.
Ask Phil or Jenny, our trainers, at sessions or
call / mail us to reserve yours.
THE DOGGY DO CODE
DO prevent your dog from chasing wildlife and farm animals
DO protect nesting birds: during Feb-Aug on heaths, downs and wetlands, keep to the paths and use a short lead
DO respect other visitors and keep your dog in sight
DO follow requests on signs
DO bag it and bin it
..and last but not least...
DO join Dorset Dogs and enjoy Dorset with your dog!
For more information on Dorset Dogs or to join please visit www.dorsetdogs.org.uk
There are many regulations governing dog control and behaviour in the UK so it is even more important to make sure your dog is safe and correctly trained.
It’s against the law to let a dog be dangerously out of control anywhere, eg:
in a public place, in a private place (eg a neighbour’s house or garden), in the owner’s home. This applies to all dogs.
Your dog is considered dangerously out of control if it injures someone, makes someone worried that it might injure them. A court could also decide that your dog is dangerously out of control if it injures someone’s animal or the owner of the animal thinks they could be injured if they tried to stop your dog attacking their animal
A farmer is allowed to kill your dog if it’s worrying their livestock.
You can be fined up to £20,000 or sent to prison for up to 6 months (or both) if your dog is dangerously out of control. You may not be allowed to own a dog in the future and your dog may be destroyed. If you let your dog injure someone you can be sent to prison for up to 5 years or fined (or both). If you deliberately use your dog to injure someone you could be charged with ‘malicious wounding’. and if you allow your dog to kill someone you can be sent to prison for up to 14 years or get an unlimited fine (or both). If you allow your dog to injure a guide dog you can be sent to prison for up to 3 years or fined (or both).
It is so important for you and yor dog to be trained correctly to help avoid this.
BE DOG SMART - 10 EASY TIPS TO REMIND KIDS HOW TO STAY SAFE AROUND DOGS
Beware of disturbing dogs that are eating or sleeping
Even if for fun, don't ever tease a dog please
Don't approach a dog with no owner around
Only stroke a dog when the owner says "Yes, you can."
Get the dog to sniff your hand first, then stroke gently
Strange dog approaching? Stand still, look away, cross your arms
Move calmly and quietly around any dog
All that hugging and kissing - you might like it, dogs don't!
Remember that dogs have teeth
Treat dogs with respect and they will respect you!
Dogs Trust are offering FREE dog safety workshops for parents and children to ensure we can all live together safely and happily at home and in the community.
Visit www.bedogsmart.org.uk for more information.
We are very grateful to Natterjacks Vet for
their sponsorship of our new Training Gate
which is very much appreciated by all the dogs.
Visit their sire on natterjacksvet.com