Membership

Interstate Membership

All competitors and judges participating in VYUFDA trials must be VYUFDA members.

There is a category of membership for interstate competitors and judges participating in trials in Victoria. Interstate people have the option of Full or Interstate membership.

Interstate competitors may apply to the Treasurer for Interstate Membership by providing proof of membership with their home Association and payment of $30. The term of membership is from 1st January to 31st of December each year.

An Interstate Member number will be issued and this process must be completed prior to entries being lodged.

Competitors who are full members of either NSWYDA or SAYDA will not be charged a fee, BUT they must apply for Interstate membership and upon acceptance will be issued a competition number. Being a member of NSWYDA and SAYDA does not mean you will have your membership application accepted by the VYUFDA.

Interstate members will have the same constitutional rights as Supporting members and will not be eligible for awards such as High Point Dog of the Year.

Convenors appointing interstate judges will be required to pay the subscription, [if not from NSW or SA],  and arrange for the judge concerned to complete the membership form.

Queries may be directed to bspiteri@ozemail.com.au

Membership forms to be sent to:
  Bill Spiteri PO Box 563, Aireys Inlet 3231

As soon as your subscription has been processed, your membership number will be posted here

If you pay your membership through bank transfer, please send the Treasurer an email advising that you have paid and either post a hard copy or email a scanned copy of your signed membership form. You will not be considered a financial member until the Treasurer has received notification of direct credit and your membership/code of conduct form.

If you would like your membership number posted to you, please supply a stamped, self addressed envelope to the Treasurer.

 

Code of Conduct – A Guide to Acceptable Behaviour

Actions or behaviour which is considered “prejudicial to the interests of the association” will be dealt with under “Division 2, Disciplinary Action” of the Constitution. The Constitution may be viewed here

The following is an outline of inappropriate behaviour. This is not an exhaustive list and where relevant includes social media:

  • Verbal and/or physical abuse of a person;
  • Abuse of an animal by inflicting pain or wilfully causing distress;
  • Unsportsmanlike conduct;
  • Conducting oneself in a manner which could reasonably be interpreted as being under the influence of alcohol or drugs whilst competing or representing the Association;
  • Wearing inappropriate clothing or footwear whilst competing or representing the Association;
  • Presenting a dog for competition which:

a) is in its 2nd trimester of pregnancy; or

b) has whelped within 6 weeks or less; or

c) is carrying an injury; or

d) is in such an unhealthy condition as to bring discredit to the sport.

If any member is unclear as to what may or may not constitute unacceptable behaviour, they should consult a Committee member.When you pay your membership and send in your membership/code of conduct form, you will receive a membership receipt number which must be included on all entry forms.

On-Line Membership Form

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