Churnet Valley Dog Training
Karen Landon ADip cbm
Specializing in Pet Dog Obedience Training and Behavior Modification.
'All Breeds Welcome'
Classes held at Onecote Village hall, Douse Lane, Onecote near Leek ST13 7RU , Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
"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 organise the classes, keep them small and keep the course prices down. Late payments on week two must be cash, paypal, or bank transfer. "
Eight week courses of one hour a week
New course dates -
Saturday the 18th of March 2017 TBC - 9am beginner dog, 10am KCGCDS, 11.15am KCGCDS and actively class. At Onecote Village Hall.
'Beginner dog/progressing puppy course starts on Saturday the 25th of March. Spaces available.'
Wednesday the 22nd of March, 6 pm Puppy class for young puppies, 7 pm progressing adult dogs and progressing puppies. 8 pm Adult dogs. At Kingsley Village Hall.
One to one's are available at various times to suit.
'New venue" Kingsley Village Hall, nosework and clicker training class 7-9 pm £12 for the session in advance please. £15 pay on the night but check for availability first.
28th February- Clicker training.
28th of March- Nose work
25th of April – Clicker training
30th of May - Nosework
27th of June – Clicker training
Agility at Lodge Farm, Wetley rocks starts again on Monday the 6th at 7 pm and 8pm. Ring me to book your place.
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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. Or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.