The Northern Alsatian and all Breeds Training Society,(NAABTS) based in Greenfield, is a small, friendly dog club that hosts weekly meetings in and around the Mossley/Saddleworth area where they provide dog training from puppies onwards.
NAABTS are a purely voluntary organisation who has been serving the local community by offering dog training for all breeds.
This special event is to celebrate a very important milestone in the club’s history as its 90 years old this year. There will be Fun classes, stalls, demos etc and hopefully a visit from our oldest member who is also 90!
The fun day will be held at the club on Sunday 2nd September 2018 from 10.00am till 4.00pm
Denise Byrne, Vice-President, said; “As well as all the usual stalls and attractions, we will have demonstrations running throughout the day to show people what you can learn at the club. We also have the missing and lost animal scanners coming along who will scan dogs’ chips to check they are still in place and offer missing pet advice.
The Kingfisher pub across the road from us are also holding their Fun day, which will feature a number of fairground type attractions in order to raise funds in aid of the Oldham Mountain Rescue Team –as a big thank you from the community for all the work they did supporting Firefighters who were engaged in combating the recent moorland fires and will be demonstrating their services. So hopefully Sunday 2nd September will be a busy and enjoyable family fun day for Greenfield.”
The club is sponsored by Skinners who will be sending some donations on the day. As the club is a voluntary organisation the money raised will go towards the upkeep of the club.”
Make sure you don’t miss out on what promises to be an ever popular great day out for dog lovers and their dogs.
You can find the event in Greenfield near Tesco (OL3 7AE).