Many of us have taken advantage of the pet passport scheme to travel to the EU with our Entlebuchers in the past. But it’s important to be aware that the rules for taking pets abroad may be changing shortly. If the UK agrees a deal and transition period for leaving the EU, then the current rules may continue to apply while new rules are agreed. However, in the event no deal is agreed, you may need to take action at least 4 months before you travel. Please follow the link below if you would like more information about travelling if there is no deal.
On 6 July, the Club held it’s Northern Fun Day in Tholthorpe, Yorkshire. After some free play and games, we were pleased to welcome Caroline Penistone of CAST Dog Training, who took us through the basics of Treibball. None of our dogs have done this before, so it was great to be able to introduce them something new, which exercised both their brains and bodies at the same time. If you haven’t tried Triebball before and would like to give it a go, we’ve provisionally booked Caroline again for next year’s Northern Fun Day!
15 of the 16 dogs present at today’s meeting and their humans. A wonderful day to celebrate the Club’s 10th anniversary.
This evening, Edison Eiger vom Rickental has arrived in his new home, bringing the total of UK (including Channel Islands and Isle of Man) Entlebuchers to 93.
Late last night, Elliott vom Rickental arrived in the UK – welcome to Elliott – number 92. He is a full brother to Sybil who arrived on Tuesday and to Edison-Eiger who will get here later in the week.
Welcome to Sybil (Eroica vom Rickental) who arrived in the UK today.
Welcome to Izzy (Cara-Isabella vom Kornried) who is our 90th dog in the UK.
Honey has arrived from Switzerland today. Welcome to the UK Honey and thank you to our dear friends in Switzerland for all their help in making it possible.