We have a range of classes to suit everyone - whether you have a 6 month old puppy or an adult dog. We also offer Junior Handler sessions for young people aged 7-15 years.
Our classes are open to people and dogs of all abilities, we are focussed on non-competitive, fun, social agility rather than competitive training. Find out more about our Agility Classes.
We offer courses and one to one sessions for basic training topics such as loose lead walking, recall, jumping up, settling on a bed, puppy training etc. Find out more about Canine Coaching.
We offer one to one sessions to help children (we have an adults programme coming soon) who have a fear of dogs. It's essential not to force children to interact with dogs, we work at their pace to gradually build their confidence. Visit our Dog Fear webpage.
Visit our Workshops page to see what workshops we have coming up!
Sessions designed especially for children aged 7-15 years. Find out more about our Junior Handler programmes.
Hoopers is a great activity to build the confidence between you and your dog, encouraging them to work at distances away from you. It is also an ideal acitivity for younger dogs, older dogs and those recovering from injury as it is low impact. Find out more about our Hoopers Classes.
To help your puppy with their start in life, covering basic training, toilet training, settling on the bed amongst other skills. Find out more about Puppy Coaching sessions.
Our brand new course - The Lucky Dip, each week an owner will pick a topic for the following week. Activities may include Agility, Hoopers, Basic Training, Proprioception Exercises, Games and Trick Training. All abilities welcome, dogs need to be 6+ months.
This course is perfect for those that have already done some training and now looking for some variety.
We work with young people who may be experiencing poor mental health or anxieties in their life, often resulting them being in school part time. Working with their dog in a neutral environment can give them a positive experience, away from any external pressures. Visit our School Phobic webpage for more information.