For puppies up to 20 weeks old at start of course
With small classes (4 - 6 puppies) and the help of games and fun equipment the course will provide puppy with socialisation opportunities, confidence-building and training in life-skills and manners.
The course will also deal with common puppy challenges such as puppy biting, toilet training and home alone.
All the foundations needed for puppy to move on to the next level will be covered including
sit, stand, down, recall and loose leash walking.
In-class learning will be reinforced through hand-outs and exercises to practice at home!
Dates & Times
The next course runs outdoors (see below) for 6 weeks starting Friday 7th May (fully booked)
A further course runs indoors (see below) for 6 weeks starting Friday 21st May (spaces)
Please contact Martina if you need 1-1 support in the meantime
Indoor Classes (start Friday May 21): Hadlow Village Hall (click here for directions)
Outdoor Classes (start Friday May 7th): Shipbourne Village Hall Garden
Outdoor Classes subject to rearranging in event of undue inclement weather
£60 per 6 week course
£40 per 4 week course
If you qualify for a free first lesson you can use your discount code when booking
The number of puppies will be limited to 5 per class
should be vaccinated
no choke chains or half-check collars please
Every puppy will receive a certificate, goodie bag and priority space on further courses
Who should attend with the puppy?
The Training Courses aim to provide advice and support to the puppy’s whole family
...all family members are thus welcome to attend and join in the fun!
(Note participation may be limited during Covid-19 restrictions)
Who will be running the course?
The course will be run by Martina A.DipCBM, a qualified pet behaviourist and dog trainer
see photos of our current and recent classes here
Martina's approach to these sessions will be to view your pet as an individual. Knowing that owners want the very best for their pet, she is passionate about helping owners and their pets maximise the joy that pet companionship can bring.