CGC – Canine Good Citizen training

CGC – Canine Good Citizen training, is being run by East Auckland Dog Obedience Club. This commences Wed 29th April and runs for 6 weeks. See the attached flyer to find out information about it.

Several of our Committee members Jo, Sally and Pat are involved in CGC and can answer any questions you might have. Either pop them an email – their addresses are in the front cover of your Bulletin – or text them.

Kind regards
Mary Waugh
Secretary The Labrador Club Inc

Walk at Long Bay Sun 17th May

014 Update – weather was a bit overcast so discouraged most from the beach except dog walkers and their dogs. Everyone had a good morning out

The Golden Retriever Club have invited the Labs to join them in their next walk. See flyer for full details.

Please note that the Labrador or Golden Retriever walks are not suitable for young puppies and your dog should be at least 10 months old before joining one of these excursions.

Kind regards

Mary Waugh
Secretary The Labrador Club Inc

Walk Woodhill forest Sun 19th Apr

Sunday 19th April Woodhill Forest – Muriwai

We were really lucky with the weather and had a great morning – see photos

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Meet at 9.45am for a 10.00am start

See flyer for full details.

Join us for our next club walk in Muriwai Forest. Bring your family, dogs, leads, suitable walking shoes and, if you wish, some snacks and water.  Walk can be up to 2 hours long so ensure your dogs are reasonably fit. Dogs can run free once we are in the forest but should be on leads before the walk starts.  These walks are not suitable for puppies under 10 months old.  Remember towels for wet dogs at the end of the walk!

There is a very nice cafe near the Muriwai beach and those who want to usually call in
there to refresh themselves after the walk.

I won’t be able to be at this walk but if you have any queries please ring any of;
Pat Woollaston 02749449143
Mike Gething 0272442143
Sally Felton 0272294803

Take Highway 16 to Helensville and take the Muriwai turnoff. When you get to Muriwai, follow the main road down the hill until you get to the Fire Station, turn right along Coast Road and drive past the Golf course to the car park where the walk will start. Entrance to the walk is across the road, so dogs on leads there. Click here for map of where we meet.

We are always looking for new places to go to for our Club walks. If you know of
any please tell me (Sally, see number above) or anyone on the Committee. They need
to be areas where dogs can be safely off lead and with no worries of stock which
could be upset.

See here for photos taken at our last walk at this location.