WISHING TO JOIN
To promote and encourage the sport of working dogs, encompassing
tracking, obedience, agility and protection work. To foster
the skill of dog handling and training in competitive contests
and to ensure a greater understanding of canine matters especially
as pertaining to the German Shepherd Dog.
Sunday 11 am at training grounds at Craigantlet. In summer
months evening sessions are arranged. Various seminars and
training meetings may be arranged at other times during the
To be paid before the Annual General Meeting each year and
covers a family/partnership (check amount with
secretary/treasurer as this may vary from time to time).
A weekly subscription of £3.00 is levied on all members attending
sessions for the purpose of training their dogs. This fee
is charged whether there is a trainer present or not - the
fee is for the use of the club grounds at any time during
any one week. There is a 50p charge for members without dogs.
The fee is not payable if members are not using the grounds.
Each member of the club should be in possession of a full
set of rules which includes the aims and objectives of the
club and particular attention is emphasised concerning the
x-ray of hips, ie it is recommended that all dogs in training
over the age of 18 months must have their hips x-rayed through
the BVA hip scoring scheme.
Any enquiries regarding the administration of the club to
be addressed to the Hon Secretary Karen Milliken. In matters of
training or on an individual first attendance liaise with