Welcome to Oundle & District Dog Training Society

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Some of you may have seen signs on the A605 mentioning road closures due to roadworks.  The only training day which will be affected appears to be Wednesday, 23rd August.  To prevent members having to take long detours on unfamiliar roads on the way home we have decided to cancel training that day.  We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

The following link should take you to information about the closures:     http:// www3.northamptonshire.gov.uk/council services/northamptonshire-highways/roads-and-streets/Pages/roadworks.aspx

 

 We run classes every Wednesday evening apart from a few weeks over Christmas.  New members are always welcome.  

 

Seasonal reminder - when the weather is warm and dry we will be training outside on the grass.  Please do not allow children to run over paddocks or enter the stables.  Please drive slowly on the track, even if you are late for your class or in a hurry to get home.  

 

In the event of very bad weather, please check this website to make sure classes are running. 

Please do not park on grass, keep to the hard standing. This is a working equestrian facility so please keep dogs and children out of stables and fields.

 

TRAINING TIMES

Intake class: 6.45pm until 7.30pm.

Foundation Class: 7.00pm until 8.00pm

Bronze Class: 7.00pm until 8.00pm.

Silver Class: 7.00pm until 8.00pm

Gold Class:7.00pm until 8.00pm 

Between 8.00pm and 8.30pm classes will be extended or there will be extra activities
Ringcraft: 7.30pm until 8.30pm.
 
 
 
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NEW MEMBERS ALWAYS WELCOME
Having an Intake Class means we can accept new dogs at any time, you do not have to wait for a course start date. 
Don't worry if you have missed a few sessions over the holiday season, we will always help you catch up!
Please do not bring bitches in season.
 
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Companion Dog Show on Sunday, 23rd July 2017 in aid of PETS AS THERAPY DOGS.  You can find the schedule in the Activites section under Calendar of Events.

 
 
 
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The Oundle and District Dog Training Society was founded in 1962 to help the people of Oundle and the surrounding area to train their dogs. These days we welcome members from a wide radius.

The Society is Kennel Club Registered and is a voluntary organisation run by experienced dog trainers and owners.  The Society promotes responsible dog ownership and follows the Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme.  Ringcraft classes are also available to help people to train their dogs for the show ring.

We are very fortunate to be able to train in an indoor arena at Halefield Farm, Woodnewton, near Oundle, Peterborough, PE8 5EG.  The surface is excellent for dogs and there are grassed areas for outside summer training.  Members and visitors are reminded that the stables and fields are out of bounds.

New dogs and puppies are welcome to attend the Intake Obedience Class at 6.45pm or Ringcraft at 7.30pm on Wednesdays.  We are able to offer extra individual help to some people and dogs with a view to integrating them into the approprate class.

All dogs must be fully vaccinated with conventional vaccines and certificates must be produced on joining or renewing subscriptions.

Annual Membership costs £5 single, £6 joint or £7 family and each class is £4.  In addition there is a one off joining fee of £2 for new members.

>On this website you will find full details of the venue location and classes available.  Information about the Society starts with the history and gives our aims and objectives and rules.  There is also some general advice on rearing and caring for dogs.

The Society welcomes new members at any time, we do not have course start and finish dates so owners can bring puppies or dogs once they are fully vaccinated or at any time thereafter.  We hope you will be able to join us to train your dog.

 

View of Halefield Farm