GCDS

(redirected from Good Citizen Dog Scheme)
AcronymDefinition
GCDSGood Citizen Dog Scheme (UK)
GCDSGod Can't Destroy Streetwear (clothing brand; Italy)
GCDSGreenwich Country Day School (Greenwich, CT)
GCDSGran Canaria Desktop Summit
GCDSGreater Cleveland Dental Society (Ohio)
GCDSGlobal Content Delivery Service
GCDSGlobal Cassava Development Strategy (agriculture)
GCDSGroupement Corrézien de Défense Sanitaire (French livestock health organization)
GCDSGold Coast Design Studio (Australia)
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Barry is a dog training instructor who teaches the Kennel Club's Good Citizen Dog Scheme, puppy classes, and runs behavioural lessons.
A DOG-LOVER from Nuneaton who has shown an outstanding commitment to man's best friend has won a prestigious award as part of the Kennel Club's Good Citizen Dog Scheme.
She has gained her gold in good citizen dog scheme but loves to do agility.
A STRAY who was hours from being put to sleep has beaten 1,300 pets in the Good Citizen Dog Scheme obedience contest.
It was at this time, 1991, that certificates started being awarded for pet obedience through the Good Citizen Dog Scheme Ring.
For canine friends, there are sausage catching, doggie line dancing and a Good Citizen Dog scheme award to take part in and Dog Trust will be offering free micro chipping.
At a glitzy event in London, the North Shields-based K9 Academy was chosen as runnerup in the Listed Status category of the Kennel Club's Good Citizen Dog Scheme Training Awards.
The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme is the largest dog training scheme in the UK and for information call 0870 606 6750.
TWELVE months after becoming a Kennel Club approved centre for training and assessing the Good Citizen Dog Scheme, North Northumberland Dog Training Club has notched up it's 150th success.
The training aims to encourage socially responsible dog ownership and is run by Middlesbrough Council in accordance with the Kennel Club's Good Citizen Dog scheme.
They were launching the Kennel Club's new advanced awards in its Good Citizen Dog Scheme, which is designed to create more responsible dog owners and covers obedience, training, grooming, exercise, diet and general health care.
A number of special events were staged on Saturday for the royal visit, including displays to show children how to stay safe around dogs and training exhibitions from the Kennel Club good citizen dog scheme.