Hull Puppy Training Satellite

The Hull base at Kingston Veterinary Surgery on Beverley Road is where puppy classes are run to give the dogs their vital first year of training. They also frequent local parks, shops and supermarkets where able, to get as much socialisation as possible in these vital early days. 

 

Contact Tracy Westgarth, Satellite Co-ordinator on 07791 390879, or email hull@caninepartners.org.uk

 

More about Tracy:

"My name is Tracy Westgarth and I am the Satellite Co-ordinator for Hull.  I am married with 3 children and have three dogs of my own, a Rottweiler, Labrador & Border Terrier. I have run my own dog training classes for almost 7 years and previously owned a Boarding Kennels, in the summer months I train agility for fun classes. I am a qualified groomer and I have an HNC in Canine Behaviour & Training. I became involved with Canine Partners in 2008 when I organised my first Bluebell Walk with my private dog training clients this has become an annual event and goes from strength to strength. When I do have any spare time I enjoy going to rock concerts with my husband and going away with my family and dogs in our caravan.... yes I will be that person who you get stuck behind in the summer."

 

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Up and Coming Events

11-May-2014   Hull Bluebell Walk


If you are keen to become a Volunteer Puppy Parent and you would like to visit our puppy classes to learn more: please fill in this Puppy Training Department Form. We appreciate all your support and if you would like information on other local Canine Partners' volunteer opportunities, please contact us.

For information on each Puppy Training Satellite utilise these links:
West Sussex; East Sussex; Essex; Bedford; Gloucester; Southampton; Staffordshire; Isle of Wight; East Scotland; West Scotland.

Latest News

McGill's War to boost Canine Partners
Former Canine Partners' puppy parent John Wilton last week launched his long awaited book McGill's War with the news that some of the proceeds will come to the Charity. John Wilton, who was part of Ruth Narracott's East Sussex Puppy Satellite, is donating some of the proceeds of his book about postcard artist Donald McGill's contribution to the First World War to support the Charity's work. The book was launched at the Redoubt Fortress in Eastbourne with Canine Partners trustee Jon Flint and cp Varick attending in support.

First BIG Bluebell Dog Walk
Our first BIG Bluebell Dog Walk of the season took place this Sunday in London, launching a record number of walks for 2014. There are 14 walks to choose from all over the country with the first at leafy Eltham Park South, Eltham in London. Organiser Julia Milligan invited walkers to join her for the hour-long stroll through the bluebells at the Glenesk Road park from 10.30am. The BIG Bluebell Dog Walk enjoyed a scenic hour long walk to raise funds and awareness for the Charity.

Solidering On with Steve and Kizzie
Saturday night saw one of our favourite partnerships take centre stage at the Soldiering On Awards in Central London. Steve and canine partner Kizzie were honoured at the annual event and named winner of the Soldiering On Canine Award 2014. The former Royal Navy Petty Officer had won a public vote to take the title. Readers of the Sunday Mirror as well as the huge family that is Canine Partners supporters and volunteers chose the partnership to lift the coveted title.

CEO's Blog

Collaboration

Andy Cook - Thursday, April 24, 2014
I’ve just waved goodbye to Faith Clark, the Chair of trustees of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, who came down to sunny Sussex to catch up with what we’re doing at Canine Partners, and to compare notes. It’s been a while since she was last with us at our Southern Centre at Heyshott, when we were training about half as many dogs for disabled people as we train nowadays. I know Faith well, from a previous life, when I used to wo  Read More

Canine Partners’ Leicestershire Training Centre

Canine Partners needs to raise £3.1million to build a second Training Centre in order to train more dogs and change more lives.

We have purchased a site in a village called Osgathorpe, halfway between Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Loughborough, which has a range of barns, outbuildings and associated land. The plan is to replace the barns and adapt some of the outbuildings to create the specialised buildings we need.

Having a Midlands Training Centre will not only increase our output, it will also make the charity far more accessible for those on our waiting list who are unable to make the long journey to our centre in West Sussex. 42% of the applications we received last year were from people living in the mid and northern regions of the UK. Many of our existing partnerships will also benefit from being able to receive support from the new centre.

The site will consist of a training centre and office facilities, fully accessible accommodation and kennelling.

This is an extremely exciting time for Canine Partners and we would be delighted to receive your support.

For more information about this project, please contact Cat Harvey on 01730 716018 or email catharvey@caninepartners.org.uk

Jobs available at the new centre will be advertised on our Vacancies page here: Work for us

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