Bognor Regis & District 

1967 - 2017
Training Dogs & Owners for 50 years

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Autumn Term 7/8th Sept to 30 Nov/1st Dec
Xmas Party Friday 8th Dec at 7-30pm

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 & Bognor Regis Post & 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 16/10/17

Training Every Thursday & Friday.....

 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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A  full range of Club merchandise is available.  
Have a look at the Club Shop page.


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 ALABAMA ROT - Yet another case of Alabama Rot has been reported with a three year old Hungarian Wired Haired Visla dying from this dreadful disease. The owner noticed a lesion on his leg on the 8th August, and he sadly died on the 14th August. Although this incident was in Cumbria, it is obviously still around.  A new project has been announced into the effects of Epidemiology of Alabama Rot. It is being carried out by Dr Kim Stevens from the Royal Vet College and may identify possible causes and control.   However it is clear that wooded areas and wet conditions are a factor, with mold or fungus being a popular theory. Full story

TRAINING COURSES  The latest training courses started on 7/8th September. If you  would like to train your dog please contact Hilary (01243 860083) or  Maureen (01243 825475) 

ANNIVERSARY: This year the Club celebrates its 50th Anniversary. Started by  Grace Morris, Pete Ball  & Pat White fed up with travelling to the  East Preston Dog Training Club which at that time was the only Dog training club in the area. They decided that a Dog Training Club in the Bognor Regis area was needed. In September 1967  with Grace Morris rounding up a few interested dog owners and  taking on the role of Secretary, the new club started at the Holy Cross Church Hall at North Bersted click here for more

END OF TERM  congratulations to all those who successfully completed the end of term assessments. Full results and photos click here

was held on the 11th June and was once again a big success. A very big thank you to  Tom Williamson of THW Landscape Construction and Laura Van der Wee of Brick Kiln Garden Centre who were our main sponsor and Ring sponsors.  results click here  & photo's click here.

GOOD CITIZEN BRONZE AWARD:   We congratulate: Janice Cotton with Jemma her Lhasa apso and Nicholas Smith with his crossbreed Poppy on achieving the Bronze award at the Show. Helen would like to thank Judith Styles for judging

KENNEL CLUB ACCREDITED TRAINER: Congratulations go to Sue Weller who has achieved the Kennel Club of Great Britain Accreditation in Companion Dog Training.

 Charity for 2017: This Years  selected charity is the  Sussex Pet Rescue, based at Storrington, which the profits from the Annual Show will support. Their aim is to relieve the suffering of sick and abandoned animals and to re-home companion animals, mainly Dogs..They always have a list of dogs waiting for new homes.

Facebook: The Club have a new official
Facebook page, have a look and contribute.

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


Spacious Hall with non-slip flooring
and plenty of car parking