We currently run training classes in East Farleigh & Loose.
Places in classes is limited to ensure we can provide a quality training environment so early registration is advised.
Day: Monday from 6:30pm
Location: The WI Hall, Forge Lane, East Farleigh, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 0HG
6:30pm - Puppy/Foundation Course
7:45pm - Puppy/Foundation Course
Please arrive 5 mins before class time so that we can settle the dogs for a prompt start
Puppy/Foundation courses are £120 for the 9 week course, payable in advance.
Please contact us using the details on the contacts page to register.
Basic Dog School Classes (outdoor)
Friday and Saturday at 10am
1 hour class - £15 - inc. a short de brief. We limit the number of dogs in a class so there is a pre booking scheme. The class will include exercises like: Loose Lead Walking, Recall, Sit, Stand, Down, Stays, Don't Jump Up, Leave, and other important skills. (exercises may vary and will depend on dogs age and experience). Classes are part of an 8 week course, start dates available on application, price £120.
Gundog Classes (suitable for pets, working or competition dogs)
Fortnightly classes running on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am
1 - 2 hour class depending on number of dogs in class.
We limit the number of dogs in a class so there is a pre booking scheme.
(exercises may vary and will depend on dogs age and experience)
There are 8 classes in the beginner, novice, intermediate and advanced courses, each is £200 to be paid before course commences.
Courses progress through beginner, novice, intermediate and advanced.
Some of the skills that you will learn to teach your dog during our classes are:
Loose lead walking: Teaching the dog to walk without pulling on the lead.
Recall: Teaching the dog to come back when it is called from a variety of distractions.
Don’t jump up: Not to jump up on people who approach the owner or the dog themselves.
Leave: To leave or avoid someone or something when told.
Stay: To remain in a position until released by the owner.
Play: How to play appropriately, and in a way likely to make the dog want to play with the owner.
Handling: How to teach the dog to accept being handled and examined.
NOTE: DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO JOIN THE CLASS IF THEY ARE VOCAL TOWARDS OTHER DOGS
If they are aggressive or barking through out - it can be very off putting for the other dogs in the class, plus, putting them into a hall full of untrained dogs is unlikely to make them feel any better, and may make them worse. To be able to train your dog effectively they should be relaxed and able to focus on you not their surroundings, for that reason we recommend separate 1-2-1 sessions for dogs that have these types of issues.