WARRAGUL DOG CLUB

We are volunteers providing accessible dog training to the public

Our training approach is about positive reinforcement of wanted behaviours and building trust

Christmas Break-up Dec 11Come join us for fun and games starting at 10am. Brunch & lots of prizes including best costume for dogs and people.

January 2023

Sun 15th Jan Our first day back is for continuing classes — and our committee meeting.

SUMMER WITH DOGS Well summer has started but the weather still needs to catch up! It will though, and we need to be vigilant. Christmas season foods can be toxic for dogs. Warm weather means hot cars and pavements, danger of dehydration, heat exhaustion and even burns of paw pads; and also basking snakes, buzzing stinging bugs and bandit dried grass seeds waiting to hitch a ride on our dogs.

Summer Safety for Your Dog: Keep water and cool safe places handy. Do whole-body checks regularly for seeds, bugs and sore spots. Prevent fleas and worms. Don’t leave dogs in cars, even with open windows. Check the temperature before going out with dogs, and check the heat of the pavement with the back of your hand – even if you think it’s pleasantly warm. Don’t assume your dog can swim. Keep your dog away from tempting toxic foods.

Join the Club

DOWNLOAD MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM HERE

One of Our Graduating Classes

For details about our Beginners 6-Week Obedience Program, please email our Secretary, Karen.

enquiries@warraguldogclub.org.au

Please do not attend if in contact with an active case of COVID 19 or if showing symptoms.

Please be patient. We have a waiting list and we are volunteers.

CLUB ACTIVITIES

COMMITTEE Congratulations to Ann Marriott, our new President, and to all returned office bearers and committee members elected at our AGM on Sun 14 August 2022. An excellent attendance and great result! Welcome to our new committee members and thank you for the work and commitment of previous members.

HEAT POLICY

2022 LABOUR DAY CHAMPIONSHIP SHOWS

Thanks to Baw Baw Shire Council for supporting our club and local community through your 21/22 Community Development Equipment Grant.

With BBSC’s grant, we purchased an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) with cabinet, charts, signage and accessories.

Committee 2021-2022