Churnet Valley Dog Training classes in Staffordshire.
New courses start on:.
New puppy training course of eight weeks on Wednesday the 24th of July at 6pm at Kingsley Village Hall, High Street Kingsley, ST10 2AE. Booking being taken now.
New Adult dog training course of eight weeks on Wednesday the 24th of July at 7 pm - 8 pm at Kingsley village hall.
Saturday eight week course the 27th of July at Butterton Village Hall Wetton Road, Butterton. ST13 7ST
Fun Dog Agility new six week course starts on the 17th of June at Lodge Farm.
Each class is one hour long, arrangements can be made for any missed classes to be taken in a different class if you wish.
Pay as you go is a possibility if there is space in some classes for people who can't commit to a course. Get in touch to make arrangements.
"Booking being taken now for these courses, full payment secures your place"
Missed class due to holidays/illness etc still have to be paid for as the class is still running. Missed classes can be taken by arrangement in another class while your course is still running. If you are not attending a course you cannot make previously missed classes up. There are no refunds and no classes will be rolled over to the next course except in exceptional circumstances at my discretion. If your circumstances change tell me straightaway so I can sort something out for you.
'Using kind, positive methods of training for your dog'
Karen Landon KCAI (cd) ADip cbm, IABTC approved instructor, IABTC C&T 2
Specializing in Pet Dog Obedience Training and Behavior Modification.
'All Breeds Welcome'
Special offer three one to ones for £110, travel and hall hire expenses may be added.
Classes held at Onecote Village hall, Douse Lane, Onecote near Leek ST13 7RU , Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire and Kingsley Village hall, High Street Kingsley, ST10 2AE
One to one's are available at various times to suit.
New - private dog training courses, see page for details.
'Dogs displaying aggressive behaviour in class,excessive barking or showing signs of not being able to cope in a class will be removed. This is for the safety and well being of the dog, the owner and the class. One to one sessions to help the dog and owner will offered in these cases'
Agility new course Monday the 17th of June at Lodge Farm, Wetley Rocks.
Learn how to use a clicker as a marker for the dogs behavior. A clicker is a great tool for all aspects of training.
Phone Karen - 01538 703568 between 10am - 4pm, 6.30 pm - 8 pm. Monday too Friday Or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 martingale collar, harness or headcollar
"My policy for paying for courses is that the course must be paid for in full before or on the first class. Missed classes can be taken in other classes. If you cannot attend the first class and haven't paid you must contact me and arrange to pay, if not I will fill your space. This way enables me to organize the classes, keep them small and keep the course prices down. Late payments on week two must be cash, paypal, or bank transfer. "
Diploma in Canine Behavior and Psychology
See customer reviews in the products section.