All our workshops are fun, friendly, great activities for you and your dog
Held in various locations in Herefordshire
Classes are kept small max 5 dogs per class so you can get more one to one time with the trainer
If you are interested in any of the the below, please contact us
You will learn how to use a clicker as a marker and look at a number of different behaviours. We will help you develop the skills needed to use a clicker to teach loose lead walking, eye contact and more
You and Your Dog Workshop
We will focus on the relationship between you and your dog to help you play and learn together, making the most of games like tug, fetch and food trails. Perfect to increase your dog's focus on you!
We help you build up a reliable recall or improve your dog's recall, focusing on your dog's natural behaviours and show you ways to become part of their hobbies. We work through fun games and exercises that you can start putting in to practice straight away!
Rally is a relatively new activity. You and your dog learn to work together and complete a course where you have to work through a series of cues and behaviours as quickly as possible. Great for bonding and a bit of fun!
Young Trainer Workshop
This is a workshop for young handlers (18yrs or under). We work on all the basics as well as some fun games and exercises. The workshop will help young handlers develop training skills and a respectful relationship with their dog
Loose Lead Workshop
Does your dog take you for a walk? We help you understand the reasons dogs pull on lead and we work through a number of games and fun exercises to help you walk your dog with a loose lead so you can both enjoy your walks!
If you fancy doing a something different with your dog, our Tricks Workshop could be the answer. We help you teach your dog a number of tricks such as ringing a bell, wiping feet, closing/opening a door and many more! This is great fun and aids bonding for you and your dog
In this fun and and interactive workshop we encourage your dog to put their nose to use through exploring the dog's sense of smell in more detail and taking part in a number of activities including scent detection, passive indication and tracking