At Dogs Country Club we are here to help owners realise just how much their puppy is capable of, when to exercise and rest their puppy, how to change their puppy’s behaviour in a positive way and how to build that all-important bond between puppy and owner. We aim to get this information across using positive, practical and easy-to-understand, fun training sessions and the results so far are proving it’s a job we are doing well. By giving a puppy lots of opportunities to experience our big wide world in a positive way, they learn from a very early age that the sights, sounds, smells and people in this world are not all scary. Dealing with the unknown in everyday life is easier for a puppy than for the adult dog. That’s why we positively encourage all new puppy owners to sign up for our Puppy Training.
We don’t just deliver training for the owners of puppies, we are regularly helping and guiding the owners of our Day Care dogs with hints and tips along with dealing with questions and queries from owners about preparing their dogs for using our Home Boarding service. We even assist some of our customers as they use the secure fields and sand paddock, helping them to understand how best to integrate their dogs in the fun-filled drop-in play sessions. Of course, we know that not every dog can be integrated into mixed groups of dogs and we work with these particular dogs and their owners through one-to-one training sessions.
What will we learn?
Who Can Join?
All puppies up to 1 year old are welcome.
Maximum number of dogs in the session:
The classes will last for 8 sessions, each session is 1hour long. The training will be fun, informative, positive training, structured with homework.
The cost only £80
To book, simply register with us at https://ebooking.dogscountryclub.co.uk
Or email us at email@example.com
Next Start Dates
At Dogs Country Club we only use positive training methods and will not allow the use of any of the following:
- choke chains
- shock collars
- citronella collars
- pinch collars
We do accept and encourage the use of:
- flat collars
- head collars