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The English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) Club Notices & Announcements

The following notices and announcements are useful for current and future members to see important information about the club.


Important Announcement

ETT (Black & Tan) Club Rules

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The Kennel Club have now approved changes in the ETT Club rules which were approved at the Club AGM which was held online on 3rd April 2021. Any queries about the rules should be addressed to Club Secretary Pat Newton via enquiries@english-toy-terrier-club.com. You can read the full set of club rules here English-Toy-Terrier-B-T-Rules-1Download read more

K9 News May 2021 – ETT Feature Issue

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The May edition of K9 News Digital, produced in association with the ETT (Black & Tan) Club features extensive coverage of the ETT. It contains articles on the evolution of the breed, the origins and activities of the Club, the development of the ETT Archive, profiles of the major kennels and the individuals behind them, articles by ETT owners and much much more... And its all available to read free. Click on the link below and then click on the cover photo to open the magazine. http://www.K9news.co.uk read more

Free Club Membership Offer for new ETT puppy owners

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A quick reminder that owners of new ETT puppies are eligible for free membership of the ETT Club for 2021. The only conditions are that your breeder must be a club member and that they must submit the application on your behalf. You will receive all member benefits including a free copy of the Club Yearbook, discounted prices on all club publications, access to limited edition club merchandise, access to a huge range of free advice from the top ETT Breeders, and discounted prices to attend all club events. So dont hang about - contact your breeder. Download the application form here ETT-Beeder-membership-for-new-owner-1Download read more

Committee Changes

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At its Meeting on 22nd April the ETT (Black &Tan) Club Committee agreed a number of changes to the responsibilities of Committee members as follows Nick Gourley is appointed as ChairLisa Dixon is appointed as Vice ChairSteve Inch is appointed as Club ArchivistJan Fiers is appointed as Club Show ManagerJulie Baldwin will collate the information for the annual club awards All Committee members will retain their existing responsibilities as detailed on the 'club contacts' page read more

Kennel Club Codes of Conduct

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As part of its programme to update its web site the Kennel Club has refreshed its codes of conduct. These set out its expectations for everyone attending or participating in events under its jurisdiction. In particular the codes expand the general guidance given on the use of social social media. As the only ETT Breed Club recognised by the Kennel Club the Club endorses the code and considers it important that members are familiar with its contents , and more importantly act within it. https://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/about-us/about-the-kennel-club/the-kennel-club-codes/the-kennel-club-code-of-conduct/ read more

Join The Club for 2021…

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The English Toy Terrier (Black and Tan) Club is the ONLY ETT organisation  recognised by the Kennel Club.   If you are interested in any aspect of the breed you should show your support by joining. Membership runs from January- December For an annual membership fee in the UK of only £10 single or £12 joint (or £15 for international members) you get all of the following - A free copy of the full colour 64 page “Thumbprints” ETT yearbookThe opportunity to participate in all club activities including informal meet ups,  breed appreciation seminars,  and club open and championship showsA free full listing on the Club Breeder RegisterFree advice on all aspects of owning an ETT from the top UK ETT expertsInformation on a wide range of ETT health and welfare issuesThe opportunity to buy unique ETT merchandise from the club shopFree access to the Club’s ETT Photo Archivea discount on the price of all club publications planned for 2021copy of the club accounts showing how money is raised and how its is spent   You can download the membership application form for 2021, here. Membership-Form-2021Download read more

ETT Club : Membership Renewal Form 2021

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Current members of the club are reminded that membership fees and renewal forms for 2021 require to be submitted by 1st January 2021. The renewal form can be downloaded below. Details of the membership fees for 2021, and where completed forms should be sent to are listed on the form. Renewal-Notice-for-Website.Download read more

Terry Burgess – A Memorial

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The English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) Club is devastated to learn of the death of its Vice President Terry Burgess after a short illness.  This is a huge loss to the club in particular, the dog showing world in general, and to his very many friends.   Several of his  longest standing friends have written some lovely memories of the times they spent with Terry. You can read them on the club facebook pages here https://www.facebook.com/englishtoyterrierclub   read more


Club Notices

ETT (Black & Tan) Club Rules

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The Kennel Club have now approved changes in the ETT Club rules which were approved at the Club AGM which was held online on 3rd April 2021. Any queries about the rules should be addressed to Club Secretary Pat Newton via enquiries@english-toy-terrier-club.com. You can read the full set of club rules here English-Toy-Terrier-B-T-Rules-1Download read more

ETT (Black & Tan) Club – Championship Show

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The club is delighted to announce that its "Covid delayed" 2020 Championship will now take place in association with the Leeds Championship Show on 23 July 2021. Judging for the Club Show, under judge Joy Jolley (Dekobras) will take place immediately after judging for the ETT Classes at the Leeds Show is completed. Entries can be made online or by postal entry. Full details can be found on the Show Schedule which can be downloaded from the Fosse Data website here http://www.fossedata.co.uk/show_schedules/schedule.aspx?id=ETTC_JUL_21 read more

Join The Club

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Do you own an ETT ? Are you interested in the breed ? Do you want to meet like minded people - or perhaps get some advice from the top breeders and breed specialists. Why not join the ETT Club. For only £10 per annum (£15 for overseas members) you get all of the benefits shown in the photo. The Club Yearbook alone sells for £7 (inc postage) - so it really is a bargain !! read more

Free Club Membership Offer for new ETT puppy owners

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A quick reminder that owners of new ETT puppies are eligible for free membership of the ETT Club for 2021. The only conditions are that your breeder must be a club member and that they must submit the application on your behalf. You will receive all member benefits including a free copy of the Club Yearbook, discounted prices on all club publications, access to limited edition club merchandise, access to a huge range of free advice from the top ETT Breeders, and discounted prices to attend all club events. So dont hang about - contact your breeder. Download the application form here ETT-Beeder-membership-for-new-owner-1Download read more

Committee Changes

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At its Meeting on 22nd April the ETT (Black &Tan) Club Committee agreed a number of changes to the responsibilities of Committee members as follows Nick Gourley is appointed as ChairLisa Dixon is appointed as Vice ChairSteve Inch is appointed as Club ArchivistJan Fiers is appointed as Club Show ManagerJulie Baldwin will collate the information for the annual club awards All Committee members will retain their existing responsibilities as detailed on the 'club contacts' page read more

ETT Breed Health And Conservation Plan (BHCP)

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One of the responsibilites of the ETT breed Club is to work with the Kennel Club to prepare an annual Breed Health And Conservation Plan (BHCP) . This looks at many aspects of breed health and more generally at key trends within the breed, and makes recommendations on actions for the both the Club and the KC itself. The actions for the KC are to promote awareness of the breed through its social media channelsto report back in the feasibility of developing a patellar luxation schemedevelop a piece on popular sires, specifically for numerically small breeds, to highlight the risks of prolonged use of such dogs The actions for the ETT Club are provide adviceon the web site about dental careremind members of the importance of patella testing and collate information on the results You can download the full report here English-Toy-Terrier-BHCPV1-2Download read more

New Club Patrons and Vice President

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The English Toy Terrier (Black & Tan) Club is delighted to announce that Ruth Kitson (Quinoa) and Ted Ellis-Jones (Brynlythe) have accepted invitations to become the co-patrons of the Club. And John Richardson (Reeberich) has accepted the invitation to become the Club Vice-President. All three have made huge contributions to the Club over the years as Committee members and office bearers. They have also worked tirelessly to promote the breed through delivering seminars, manning the club stand at dog shows and acting as breed ambassadors on many occasions. Their lasting contribution will of course come through the dogs they bred and showed - many of which were UK and International Champions. Many of the dogs in the ring today have Quinoa, Brynlythe or Reeberrich in their lines. The photo shows Ted (4th from left) with his late Wife Shirley, and John (right at the rear) ) at the ETT Club Championship Show in 2018. read more

Kennel Club Codes of Conduct

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As part of its programme to update its web site the Kennel Club has refreshed its codes of conduct. These set out its expectations for everyone attending or participating in events under its jurisdiction. In particular the codes expand the general guidance given on the use of social social media. As the only ETT Breed Club recognised by the Kennel Club the Club endorses the code and considers it important that members are familiar with its contents , and more importantly act within it. https://www.thekennelclub.org.uk/about-us/about-the-kennel-club/the-kennel-club-codes/the-kennel-club-code-of-conduct/ read more