Bognor Regis & District 

Training Dogs & Owners for over 40 years


Autumn Term finish  24/25th Nov
Xmas Party Thursday 1st Dec
Winter Term 5/6th Jan to 6/7th Apr

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News & Information

Newshound & Pawprints are the clubs Official New letters and are published alternately six times a year Regular articles also appear in the Bognor Observer
& West Sussex Gazette’



f you would like to train your  Dog,  please contact Hilary or Maureen  for details.

Good Citizens

The Good Citizen tests are designed by the Kennel Club to encourage owners to be responsible for their dogs and make themselves and their pets "Good Citizens".    We run two or three Tests per year with special  training classes held a few weeks before each test. Further information please  contact Helen Sargent or Hilary. 
Full details of the tests and what is required  please click here

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This site was updated on 20/10/16

Training every Thursday &  Friday evening......

 Training takes place every  Thursday & Friday
at Felpham Village Memorial Hall,
Vicarage Lane, Felpham, PO22 7DZ
precise times being dependent on
the class  

Further details please contact
Maureen on 01243 825475 or
or Hilary 01243 860083

The Club is  Affiliated to the Kennel Club of Great Britain
and has a team of highly experienced Training Instructors.
It is a non Profit making Club, which allows it to keep course fees to a minimum, which are used to cover running costs.
View Club Rules
and Code of Conduct

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 Parvovirus has been   identified by Alphapets Vets. This highly contageous disease can be fatal especially in young dogs. Club President Laura Wingham has kindly produced a blog giving details and what to look for please click here   

Training Courses:
  Have now started, if you have missed the start but would like to train your dog, please
 contact Maureen or Hilary

Good Citizens Silver Tests
took place on 16th October, congratulation to the two club member that were successful
 Wendy King with Eric a Parsons Jack Russell/cross
and Joanne Davison with Abby a Sprocker
Anyone interested in taking Good Citizen Tests
please contact Helen (01243821533) or Suzie (01243 544145)

Annual Show  was held on 19th June at  North Bersted.
 Carrera owned by Abbeygail Longhurst  was  the Best in Show  and the Best Puppy was  Mina owned by Julie Cole   full results click here
The selected Charity for 2016 who will benefit from the show was Worthing & District Animal Rescue
(WADARS). The show was once again kindly sponsored by Tom Williamson of THW Landscape Construction. Photos can be found by clicking here

 End of Term Assessments took place on 7/8th July, congratulations to all the succesful candidates results and photo's please cclick here


                                   Pat White
 [19th March1933 to 24 August 2016]
  by Grace Morris

I first meet Pat when I started training my Cocker Spaniel at Angmering Dog training Club, which was held in Angmering Village Hall, the only dog training club in the area in those years, [ some 50 years a go !!]. Pat was training her pet Labrador, Sheena. I was asked to join their committee and  Pat was already a committee member. 

After a few years Pat and myself , along with another couple of friends, namely Peter and Paddy Ball decided that a club further along the coast, nearer Bognor, would be a good idea. We found a hall , North Bersted Church Hall, and an experienced Trainer and several like minded friends to form committee of which Pat was a member. Due to having two young children Pat's time was a bit limited. 

Pat's next dog was her first Flatcoated Retreiver, called Kirsty, the breed she had for the rest of her life. Pat did Obedience competitioins and Breed showing with some success. 

Over the years Pat has served the Club as a long timed committee  member and was  for a number of years secretary at a very busy time in the Club's history when the Club ran Open Obedience Shows, - which in those grew like Topsy-, meaning a lot of work for Pat. Throughout and up to recently, being the Club's Chairman, she has also been a trainer for classes Beginner to A & B Classes.

 Throughout her life Pat and her family have kept pet dogs - but it was her beloved Flatties that retained her interest, which included breeding several litters of which many were show winners. Pat also served on the Flatcoated Retriever Club's committee as their Treasurer for a number of years, only giving up this position a few years ago. Pat also Judged the breed and was a Championship qualified Judge for the breed.

I'm sure Bognor Club and the Flatcoat Society members will all miss Pat. but will allHave good memories fo her time with them. 

Googbye my friend, - Grace Morris


Code of Conduct
: The clubs  Code of Conduct which has been approved by the Kennel Club has been distributed to all members. If you have not seen it please click the link and please ensure that you read it


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and plenty of car parking