Jacki Ciereszko - Secretary; Frome Dog Training Club Contact me - email@example.com
This is the Frome Dog Training Club
This is our “Rainbow Bridge” Page for our doggy friends and companions that are no longer with us.
Balin 02 August 2002 to 13 October 2017
After a wonderfully full life, sharing his affectionate personality with everyone he met, Jacki’s
Balin - the Staffordshire Bull Terrier - has crossed the Rainbow Bridge and passed out of our
lives but never from our hearts.
Click HERE for more Balin photos
Pebbles Sept 2002 to 22 October 2017
The biggest “cuddle monster” ever, she loved to have a big fuss from everyone. Pebbles liked to go
hunting (on her own), and entertained many with her tricks at displays, she even opened Crufts in
2008 - being the first dog in the ring. Never fast - always clear.
Click HERE for more of Carol’s “Original Gang”
Zac June 2003 to 6 November 2017
Zac loved his tennis ball, but not as much a really good cuddle.
He enjoyed meeting lots of new people at the club shows and presentations, as well as all his club friends.
A star of the Agility ring, we will all miss him and his lovely character.
Click HERE for a portrait of Zac
Maud 24 May 2006 to 10 October 2017.
Maud the finder of lost balls,
the digger of mud,
the chaser of leaves and snowflakes,
the lover of life.
You made us laugh every day.
Our beautiful, gorgeous girl.
Click HERE for more photos of Maud
December 2011 to October 2018
Woody loved balls, swimming, and dirty puddles.
He was a cuddly lap dog and a true loyal companion.
He will be missed by Carol and all the friends he made in the club and at exhibitions
Jake 3rd March 2013 –8th November 2018
Tawnyhill Caddy at Troysel (Jake)
Working Trials CDex –UD & WD. Rally Obedience Level 6 (1-5ex)
Placed at Obedience shows and inspired others at interclub competitions and was a show off at
A gentleman to the end. A fantastic friend to one and all. Loved to work and play.
Please send us details if you would like your entry here on our Rainbow Bridge
Always in our hearts and memory