Group training classes

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Designed for puppies from eight weeks
Classes are held twice weekly over four weeks

 
This course will give you an understanding of socialisation, canine body language and practical life skills including sit, stay, settle, focus, recall, grooming and vet skills.
 
Teach your puppy at home, in a minimal distraction environment to maximise their training success

Using a range of force free, positive reinforcement methods.

All sessions which take place on Zoom are recorded to help you remember exactly what was said, without having to worry about note taking. Sessions will be supplemented with handouts for key exercises.

Learn how to speak dog!
 
You will learn how to understand or recognise:
 
- Facial expressions
- Body movements
- Dog play
- Signs of stress
- The complexities of tail wags
- Signs that your dog may be hiding pain
- Abnormal behaviours which may indicate a more serious issue 

We will analyse various video clips of dog behaviour and you will have the opportunity to send in your own footage for us to examine.

There will be plenty of opportunity for students to ask questions relevant to canine body language.

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Learn how to teach your dog to settle

- At home
- While you prepare dinner
- While you eat dinner
- While the kids are getting ready for school
- While getting ready to go for walkies
- At a pub or beer garden
- At a picnic

This course is perfect for
- Puppies
- Adolescents
- Adults
- Dogs with Separation Anxiety

- Reactive dogs who need to learn how to 'chill'

Learn how to speak dog!
 
You will learn how to understand or recognise:
 
- Facial expressions
- Body movements
- Dog play
- Signs of stress
- The complexities of tail wags
- Signs that your dog may be hiding pain
- Abnormal behaviours which may indicate a more serious issue 

We will analyse various video clips of dog behaviour and you will have the opportunity to send in your own footage for us to examine.

There will be plenty of opportunity for students to ask questions relevant to canine body language.

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