Socialise your puppy with other puppies, children, adults ..... and much, much more.
Bring the whole family to have fun whilst learning how to train your puppy to become
an obedient, happy, well balanced and good mannered member of the family.
Teach your puppy using reward based techniques to sit, lie down, stand, come here,
and walk on a loose lead. Find out how to stop puppies jumping up, chewing, stealing,
chasing the children,digging up plants, being dirty in the house, sick in the car
Six evening sessions of one hour per week, for inoculated puppies joining between
the ages of ten to eighteen weeks. Classes are restricted to a maximum of ten puppies.
A training format recommended by Veterinary Surgeons.
Top Tip: Do not reprimand your puppy, train them by rewarding good behaviour
Pet Obedience Group
For any age and breed of dog. Teach your dog, using reward based techniques, to come
when called, not to pull on the lead or jump up at people.
To sit, lie down, stand and stay, to retrieve, settle in the car and enjoy being
Learn how to stop them barking, digging, chewing, stealing and more!
Day time courses of an hour a week for ten weeks
Classes are restricted to a maximum of ten dogs
A training format recommended by Veterinary Surgeons
Top Tip: You can not train a dog if it is not with you, so do not allow off lead
unless it comes back instantly!
Only fit, adult dogs (14 months plus) are accepted on these outside, day-time courses.
Any breed except the Giant Breeds (St Bernard’s, Great Danes etc) or long backed
breeds (Basset Hounds, Dachshunds etc). Dogs must be basically under control.
Have a great time with your dog teaching them to complete a full agility course for
fun. Agility improves the dog's general obedience and your relationship with each
other - improve the dog’s confidence.
Top Tip: Warm your dog up before training on the agility equipment!
The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme Courses
For dogs that have completed pet obedience courses and would like to go on to higher
things and work towards obtaining the prestigious Bronze, Silver and Gold Kennel
Top Tip: Socialise your dog very early, to people, dogs and different situations