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The Kennel Club Good Citizens' Scheme Display at Crufts 2003

The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme is the largest dog training scheme in the UK. Its aim is to promote responsible dog ownership and in turn, enhance our relationship with our pets and to make the community aware of the benefits associated with dog ownership.' (from the Kennel Club website).

In March 2003, Glandore was asked to provide a display team of dogs for Crufts. Four dogs and their handlers represented the Bronze Good Citizens' Award, putting on three displays for the public. This was the first time that Glandore had been asked to provide a display team, and they may have been the first team from Northern Ireland.

Those taking part were Robin Bates (Team Captain), John Bates and Airedale Poppy, Rachel Cooper and Tibetan Terrier, Yeshe, Shana Lunn and Springer Ginty and Sandra Haveron and Golden Retriever, Rolo.

Waiting to go in- the nerves start to kick in!
Demonstrating short recalls.
For more details of the individual Kennel Club Good Citizens' Scheme tests, speak to someone at the club, or check out the Kennel Club website.
Short recalls demo
The Glandore team waiting to enter the ring.
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Staying with a big audience!
Talking together whilst the dogs sit quietly
Demonstrating the stay.
Demonstrating dogs waiting calmly whilst their owners chat together!