Cambridge Canine Education Group


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CCEG Offered a Common Sense Pragmatic approach to
Dog Training and Behaviour
Often helping dogs with people problems

Microchips - warning the cheap ones can stop working and move in the dogs body.

On this page your find pictures of CCEG classes and events from a few years ago..perhpas your on one or more!!!!




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Held on the 21st Dec 2019

Piya with John  

Cochise with John

Perry with Tracey

Maureeen with Julie

Hawan with Allison


Roll of Honor

The Ted Saberton CCEG Dog of the Year Award
In Memory of Ted who was a member and helped cceg in all sorts of ways.....

Molly with Sally 2009

Coco with Phoebe  2010

Arthur with Sue  2011

Scamp with Angela  2012

Jackson with Sue  2013

Yarna with Trevor 2014

Winne with Sam and Baxter with Richard & Sheila joint winners 2015

Bella with Barbarba  2016

Taro with Tat 2017

Tilly with Sheila 2018

Humphrey with Melanie 2019

Special Awards For  Advance Training

Piya with John  2015

Koda with Elaine  2016

Ruby with Lynne 2019

Hawan with Allison 2019

The GSD Zimba CCEG Brave Heart Award
Presented In Memory of my lad GSD Zimba

Zimba with Alan 2013

Kane with Donna &  Nessa with Alan joint holders  2014

Hepsi with Joyce 2015

Susue with Julia  2016

Bryn with Jan 2017

Kylie with Selwyn 2018

Chase with Ruth 2019

The Joan Dutton CCEG Life Time Achievement Award
Presented in Memory of Joan Dutton

Disney with Pat  2010

Lux with Nat  2011

Bracken with Lousie  2012

Kaiser with Tracey  2013

Bryn with Jan  2014

Capt Lego with Lorriane 2015

Freddie with Carol  2016

Lola with Danni 2017

Bambi with Gail 2018

Koda with Elaine 2019

 The CCEG Platinum Award Holders

Disney with Pat 2010

Bryn with Jan 2010

Sky with Gill  2012

Yogi with Rut  2012

Wisp with  Paul 2012

Piya with John  2017

Bambi with Gail  2017

Koda with Elaine  2017

Perry with Tracey  2017

Rio with Elanie  2020

Hawan with Allison 2020

CCEG Special Awards

In 2017

for  20 or more years of outstanding contribution to CCEG

Pat - Tracey - Jan - Vickie- Carol & Alan

In  2018  

For her outstanding work with GSD's in need of love, help and homes

Anjela with Boo

In 2019

Outstanding Progress Award

Winnie with Claire

“Dogs’ lives are short, too short, but you know that going in. You know the pain is coming, you’re going to lose a dog, and there’s going to be great anguish, so you live fully in the moment with her, never fail to share her joy or delight in her innocence, because you can’t support the illusion that a dog can be your lifelong companion. There’s such beauty in the hard honesty of that, in accepting and giving love while always aware it comes with an unbearable price. Maybe loving dogs is a way we do penance for all the other illusions we allow ourselves and for the mistakes we make because of those illusions.”
Dean Koontz,

When seeking out information on diet, and other matters relating to your dog's well-being, and where advice is offered as the result of research, than if possible check out who funded the research -research for the most part will find in favour of the company funding it.

Which compnay owns the food I feed my dog?

Barking Heads -  Pet Food UK Ltd.

Hills - Colgate-Palmolive

Burns - Burns Pet Nutritions Ltd.

Oscars -  Oscar Pet Foods

Iams/Eukanuba - Proctor & Gamble

Royal Canin - James Wellbeloved - Pedigree - Chappie - The Mars Group

Proplan - Beta - Omega - Bakers - Purina - Nestle

This site is worth a visit


Feed Your Dog Raw

or Thinking of doing it ?


The Rawvet


Check My Diet!

Worried your dog isn't getting everything he needs? 

Feeding a fresh diet is great for your dog, but balancing it correctly can be complicated....

 Many homemade (raw or cooked) diets suffer from deficiencies which may affect your dog over time. Some deficiencies can take a year or more to be apparent, others may never be outwardly noticeable but may shorten your dog's life. 

 Common deficiencies include zinc causing dry, flakey or itchy skin and antioxidant vitamin E resulting in cell damage and increased risk of cancer. Manganese deficiencies may be almost invisible but can lead to weakened ligaments and conditions like ruptured cruciates. This means that the fact your dog 'looks fine' may not be enough.

The 'Check my Diet' service can assess your dog's whole diet​

One Training Treat that most dogs love is Liver Cake

This is how I make it

Using a standard pack of Liver from a Supermarket

Lambs or pigs liver is best (ox liver contains higher level of vitamin A)

 Place the Liver in a liquidizer and then blend in  3 eggs

Place the mixture in a bowl and mix in porridge oats the mixture should be a reasonably firm consistency.

Place in a baking tin and cook at 180 degrees for around 45 mins when cold cut into small pieces and bag what you don't want to use straight away can be put in the freezer

CCEG Golden Oldies

Maddie 15 years

How old we don't know but we helped them and I love them



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