Churnet Valley Dog Training
Karen Landon ADip cbm
Specializing in Pet Dog Obedience Training and Behavior Modification.
Classes held at Onecote Village hall, Douse Lane, Onecote near Leek ST13 7RU , Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
New course dates
Eight week courses of one hour a week
'All course are now full.
Look out for the new dates starting 9th of June 2016
One to one's are available'
Next course dates
Beginner dogs,progressing dogs and KCGCDS classes course of eight weeks - Saturday 14th of May
Puppy class,progressing dogs and KCGCDS classes course of eight weeks - Wednesday the 18th of May.
New beginner dog class starting on Saturday 14th of May at 9am. A nice small class to learn and teach your dog some basic training. Loose lead walking, recall, leave, sit to greet and many other training exercises are included over the eight week course,progressing gradually to add distractions and duration. Attendance certificate for those completing the course. Ideal for adolescence dogs, rescues and those wishing to improve their dogs obedience.
Activities class starting on Saturday the 14th of May at 11.15 am. For those who like to do a bit more with their dog and want to maintain their training and train to a higher level. Dogs should have a good grounding in basic training before joining this class. Each week we will do something different. Trick training, clicker training, Rally Obedience, Scent work and when it is dry outside we can do some agility. We will also keep up with obedience and do recalls, stop the dog and distance control, longer stays with distractions and other practical training. There will be the opportunity to do the 'Train your dog for life" certificates plus other achievement certificates.
Fun Dog Agility - 18th of April at Lodge Farm. Course of six weeks.
New Agility Achievement Awards to be gained.
All classes are one hour long.
Behavioral consultations and one to one training at a time and location to suit.
Phone Karen - 01538 703568 between 10am - 4pm, 6.30 pm - 8 pm.
Please book early for these courses as they get full very quickly. A trained dog has more freedom, is less at risk of accidents, is a pleasure to walk, and can go with the family on days out. See customer reviews in the products section.
"When you come to class, please wear sensible clothes and shoes no high heels or flapping coats. Please bring tit-bits, a silent toy not a ball and a blanket or mat for your dog to lie on in class while you are listening. Bring your dog wearing a normal flat collar or half check. No choke-chains, pinch collars or e collars or any other devises which cause harm and pain. Bring a lead not a flexi or extendable lead."
A trained dog has more freedom, is less at risk of accidents, is a pleasure to walk, and can go with the family on days out.
See customer reviews in the products section.