TRAIN, SOCIALISE, ENJOY!

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When?

Next courses: March 29th and June 21st, 2022.

Booking is essential

  Where?
Catwick village hall
YO17 5PR

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Booking?

Call Karen:

01964 259008

Or submit an online form.

And we're back!

Following a long absence, we are now able to resume training classes. (Please see above information.)

Courses run for 10 weeks, the fee is £60.00 per dog...and we can't wait to see you again!

 

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We run certificated 10-week courses in Basic Obedience throughout the year, with an option for more advanced training. Our experienced team will also help with any canine problems, so don't struggle on alone! Apart from learning the basics, the major spin-off from any good class is socialisation, and we can guarantee you and your dog will have many enjoyable evenings. 
 

Be sure to book early to avoid disappointment, as we only take 10 dogs per class.

We also welcome young handlers, who are, after all, the dog-owners of tomorrow.

 

BELOW: Some puppy graduates: Glenn, Toby, Patch, Bo, Henry and Lance.

 

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...and meet Murphy, Eric, Apollo, Jimmy and Rollo.

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ABOUT HORNSEA DOG OWNERS

Thanks to the foresight of the late John and Molly Weeks, HDOC was founded in 1990

in response to anti-dog propaganda and the threat of a dog-ban in Hornsea's Hallgarth

Park. Since then, it has trained many hundreds of dogs in basic and advanced obedience...

one in the eye for the dog-detractors!

 

 

Through various activities, most particularly its annual Dog-Show, the club has also established strong links with, and raised money for many dog-charities and sanctuaries, local and national. We liaise very closely with our local vet/police-station/dog-warden and Town Council, who regard us as setting the tone for responsible ownership, and we've also helped re-home many a stray or abandoned animal.

ANNUAL DOG-SHOW :

Please note that. in lieu of show-proceeds, the club makes an annual donation to a nominated canine-charity.

In 2013, HDOC gave £1000.00 to Hessle Dog-Rescue, and in 2012, the same amount to the Hillside Animal Rescue, in aid of Romanian Dog-Rescue.

Our 2015 donations, each totalling £1,000.00 were split between two deserving charities: Hessle Dog-Rescue which does great work fostering and re-homing unwanted dogs, and The Soi Dog-Foundation, which rescues and rehabilitates animals destined for the vile dog-meat trade.                                         www.soidog.org

Our 2016 donations, each of £1000, were once again split between Hessle Dog Rescue to provide funding for canine medication and surgery, and The Soi Dog Foundation, to enable  the purchase of food, bedding and medication for abused and needy street-dogs.

 

In 2019, we gave £1,000 to the Maggie Fleming Animal Hospice, the only such organisation in Britain, which does wonderful work taking in and caring for dying animals of every species.

The hospice is a registered charity which relies entirely upon donations.

Please visit them at:

www.Themaggiefleminganimalhospice.org.uk

We hope to finalise our 2021 donation in the near future.

 

WANTING A DOG TO SHARE YOUR LIFE?

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Look no further than our Adopt-a-dog page (working in partnership with Carr House Rescue and Hull Animal Welfare Trust) which also includes first points of contact should your dog get lost.
 

PROBLEM DOG? NO PROBLEM!

IF IT'S ONE-TO-ONE YOU NEED,

Ring Elaine Wood, canine behavioural consultant:

01964 563230 or 07982636193

for sympathetic, professional help. Elaine is BIPDT qualified, with over 30 years' experience with all breeds, and is also an expert in the the training and socialisation of rescued dogs.

 

 
 

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