We are in the middle of building a new website. This isn’t a straightforward exercise, because our website with many user accounts is quite complicated!

While we do this, some of the functionality of the current site will become unavailable as we migrate. So please be patient if something doesn’t work for you.

If you would like to register a dog with us, email us at admin@thegundogclub.co.uk – and we’ll help.

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Yet more distinctions for Barnsley students!

February 9, 2018

All distinctions (again!) for Andrew Baker‘s students at Grade 1 – assessed by Lindsay Hermann  – well done Liz and Sam, Pete and Bert, and Dean and Flynn. Interested in achieving the same results as these students? Then Andrew has the following courses staring soon, and you can contact him here. Grade 1 Saturday 3rd March for 8 weeks (now full) […]

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Volunteer holidays – week beginning 12th Feb

February 9, 2018

No books or registrations will be sent out in the week beginning 12th Feb due to holidays – we’ll catch up as soon as we are back. So if you have ordered a book close to this date, or during that week, there will be a few days delay. You can still order books and […]

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Graded courses available in Evesham

February 7, 2018

Clicker Gundog with Helen Phillips Gundog Club Graded Courses for 2018 Evening Classes  Wednesday’s 8 weeks Course for GRADE 1 and 2 – All breeds 2 hours 6pm til 8pm GRADE 1 the assessment fee is included. GRADE 2 the assessment fee is payable on application. Full payment for the course is required at time […]

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Proposed G4 HPR test

January 21, 2018

The Gundog Trust is consulting on a proposed G4 HPR test. The Graded Training scheme has three types of tests for: Retrievers; Hunting Retrievers; and HPRs. The grades currently go up to Grade 5 for Retrievers and Hunting Retrievers, but only to Grade 3 for HPRs. We now propose to extend the scheme and introduce […]

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All distinctions and new courses in Barnsley, South Yorkshire

January 3, 2018

All distinctions for Andrew Baker‘s students at Grade 2 – assessed by Lindsay Hermann  – Jo and Bailey, Vanessa and Tess and David and Brodie. Lindsay (assessed by Andrew) also took Grade 1 with her puppy Hobbs, and achieved a distinction. Well done all. Interested in achieving the same results as these students? Then Andrew has […]

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Gone dog training….then on Christmas holidays

December 1, 2017

All our volunteers are away training their own dogs, then leaving for Christmas holidays. So Admin is now closed until January. You can still register dogs, and order books, but these won’t be sent out until January 2018. Happy holidays.

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Last date for all orders before Christmas is 29th November 2017

November 19, 2017

Last date for test bookings (and books and registrations) before Christmas is 29th November 2017. If you book a test before then, we’ll get paperwork out to you very early December but anything not booked in by 29th November won’t be processed until January. You can still order books and registrations but these won’t be […]

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Grade one courses in Sheffield

November 16, 2017

Lindsay Hermann, our new Sheffield instructor has Grade 1 courses starting soon on Wednesdays and Sundays: Winter Dates for 2017: Wednesday Grade 1 Course (1-2.30pm) 22 November 29 November – 13 December 20 December 27 December Saturday Drop-in Sessions (10-11:30am) 25 November – 09 December – 23 December 30 December Sunday Grade 1 Course (1-2:30pm) […]

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Welcome Lindsay – the new instructor for Sheffield

November 5, 2017

Lindsay Hermann is our Gundog Club Instructor for Sheffield, South Yorkshire and trains people and their dogs for the Gundog Club foundation grades (grades 1 – 3). She has been a professional dog trainer since 2013 and her students describe her as approachable, patient and understanding. She concentrates on the dogs, and the people training […]

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