Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme
Again, we would like to recognise the achievement of all who passed by saying how proud we are of the hard work , determination & dedication that they have shown in gaining their Silver Award.
Chris & Daisy, Ginny & Flynn, Sandra & Cinders
|Annette and Tasker||Sian and Riley||Lissy and Freya||Nicky and Louie||Sandra and Minnie|
Our second KCGCDS Bronze Award Tests were held on Monday 21st April 2008 with all those that took part passing.
A major achievement for all that took part.
|Gloria and Holly||Annette and Tasker||Jenny and Jasper||Lissy and Freya||Sandra and Cinders|
All the participants had been training hard in readiness and were looking forward to the challenge.
When the examiners arrived, a buzz of excitement and nervousness went around the hall but there really was no need to be nervous as the examiners were full of encouragement and support.
The testing went very well with handlers, dogs and examiners having an enjoyable evening.
We would like to recognise the achievement of all who passed by saying how proud we are of them & placing them on this page to say a massive "well done".
We are looking forward to our second Bronze Award evening on Monday 21st April 2008 and our first silver Award evening on Monday 16th June 2008.
|Nicky with Louis||Sian with Riley|
The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme was founded in 1992 to help combat anti-dog negativity, promote socially acceptable dogs and create dog owners who are fully aware of their dog owning responsibilities. To date, over 52,000 dogs and their owners have successfully passed the bronze test
|1.. Cleanliness and Identification||6. Stay down on lead|
|2.. Collar and Lead||7. Grooming the dog|
|3. Walk on Lead||8. Present for examination|
|4. Control at door/gate||9. Return to handler|
|5. Controlled walk through people and dogs||10. Responsibility and care|
|1. Play with Dog||6. Come away from Distractions|
|2. Road Walk||7. Controlled Greeting|
|3. Rejoin the Handler||8. Food Manners|
|4. Stay in one Place||9. Examination of the Dog|
|5. Vehicle Control||10.Responsibility and Care|
|1. Road Walk||6. Stop the Dog|
|2. Return to Handler's Side||7. Relaxed Isolation|
|3. Walk Free Beside Handler||8. Food Manners|
|4. Stay Down in one Place||9. Responsibility and Care|
|5. Send the Dog to Bed|
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