The Kennel Club
For further information on the Kennel Club Good Citizen Award Dog Scheme and lots of other useful information, please visit http://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/
Rehoming and Dog Rescue
For a list of the Dog's Trust re-homing centres and details of the work of this dog charity, please go to http://www.dogstrust.org.uk/
Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue is a local rehoming charity who rather than having a centre or kennels, use foster homes for dogs found whilst finding permanent homes for them. To find out more about becoming a foster carer or to see the dogs looking for forever homes, please visit their website http://www.yrdr.co.uk/
The Cinnamon Trust works to keep older and terminally ill people and their pets together for as long as possible. They need volunteers to help walk dogs for older people or foster dogs if the owner has to go into hospital for a short time. See http://www.cinnamon.org.uk/ for more details.
This is a very popular and ever increasing dog sport that provides loads of fun for both you and your dog. For further details and information, visit the British Flyball Association at http://www.flyball.org.uk/.
The Doghouse Flyball Club is a local, friendly flyball club who train at Bradley Mills, just off Leeds Road, Huddersfield and compete at flyball competitions mostly around the North of England. Contact details are tele: 01484 422148 or mobile 07786 511397 or see Facebook "The Doghouse Flyball Club"
This is another, perhaps more well known dog sport which can give you that extra dimension in spending time competing with your dog. For more details visit http://www.agility.net/ and http://www.agilitybits.co.uk/.
If you need somewhere to look after your dog whilst you're away on holiday, one of the local kennels is Freyaleigh at Clayton. See their website at http://www.freyaleigh-kennels.co.uk/
For a local one to one dog grooming service, visit Windy Bank Farm Grooming Salon, Queensbury. See Michelle's website at http://www.windybankgrooming.co.uk/ for details of what's available and how to make an appointment
Fiona Burton is police checked and insured to take care of dog walking and boarding. See http://www.fionaspetcare.com/ based in Halifax
For help with injuries or sprains, see http://www.animalspinaltherapy.org/ Katherine Palin BSc (hons) Equine Science, MCAM (OCEPT), MAMCST is a specialist in the gentle yet effective whole-body treatment created by John McTimoney and refined by Hugh Corley, for the promotion of good health and general well-being in animals
Keighley pet hydrotherapy pool Go to Hydrohoundz page on Facebook for contact details
For all your toys, leads, treats etc visit Keighley Market Pet Stall "Just 4 Paws". Details are at http://www.just-4-paws.co.uk/
The Guild of Dog Trainers (GoDT) www.godt.org.uk
The Guild of Dog Trainers is an independent professional body whose values include being committed to maintaining and improving the quality of dog training, behaviour and companion dog ownership in Britain. Recognising individuals' excellence in their field, The Guild of Dog Trainers supports expertise in a range of disciplines and has a growing network of trainers across the country that are experienced in many disciplines from basic obedience, competition obedience, agility, heelwork to music, gundog training or one-to-one.