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SIT Dog Training

Newsletter July 2014
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Hello everyone, 

Sue and the team hope all is well and you are coping with the hot weather. It is ironic, we wait for the better weather to train our dogs and then it becomes to warm for them. Grove House Stables is a great venue, with excellent facilities. We now have the addition of a field shelter, so no excuses now, we can either train indoors or quickly gain respite from brief showers in between dashing around the agility course. My trainers Rachel, Hannah & Ellen along with some of my Clients are having success after success in shows around the country. Photos below.
My young GSD Kia is now nearly 16 months and is a regular assistant at my classes, especially the puppy classes where she welcomes the new ones in and makes sure they are happy. She enjoys demonstrating obedience and agility.
Kindest Regards
Sue Fryer

 

Hannah Starr is a Star!
Hannah had her first demonstration at The Mayflower Dog Show, Tickhill Gala on the 6th July with her dogs Pepper & Chilli...we were so proud.
Take a look at the videos below..
Hannah and Pepper demo some freestyle moves
Hannah and Pepper, Tricks and Games 
Hannah and Chilli do some HTM moves


Hannah’s Tricks & Games Workshop is proving very popular, why not give it a try and keep your dogs entertained.

Here are details of two other exciting workshops this year….

Lez Graham’s Gundog Training Day. 
Back To Basics

20th September 2014
Lez is a brilliant trainer and has also written three books on gundog training aimed at the pet gundog owner. So if you have a gun dog breed as a pet or for working then this is not to be missed. How to Book 
Canine First Aid Workshop
With Rachel Bean RVN
18th October 2014
An absolute must for all dog owners or those working with dogs. How to Book
 

School Visits

Our team are also attending schools this year to promote responsible dog ownership and teach the children how to behave around dogs to keep them safe.
 
Other dates for your diary…

 
Fun Agility competition
on Saturday 11th October….1pm
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This is our first competition and hope that you will come along and give it a try and also help us to make it a success. These unaffiliated competitions are popping up all over now, they are a great way to have a go at competing with out the pressure of a KC event. Download Schedule
 
Next year I am planning our own All about dogs show…might call it Dogs Dogs Dogs. Andrew Stennet the owner of the stables is creating a dedicated show field to hold large events, which is fabulous. If you have anyone that would like a stall or hold a doggie display there then please get in touch. I am hoping to get Dima Yeremenko to come along again. Watch this space….

Road Works!

Bank End Road, Blaxton will be closed between Station Road and Wroot Road from 21st July to 15th August. Just a short detour around Finningley village should see you on your journey to training.
  

Class Closure Dates

Your Trainers are taking a break

Please note:
Classes are closed from Wednesday 27th August until Saturday 14th September
 
Classes recommence on Wednesday 17th September. Hope you don't miss us too much.

Feedback please

Clients come and go and often stay at classes forever, I often wonder how they are doing and how those puppies have grown and what they get up too. Please tell us your experiences with SIT Dog Training, whether in classes or a private clientI We would love to hear from you. Please drop me an email to say hello. sue@sitdogtraining.co.uk

Happy Holidays!
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