By far the number one issue that people come to us for, many dogs pull on the lead making for a stressful, back breaking walk as well as having detrimental effects on our dogs. Physically and mentally.
During this work shop you will learn lots of different techniques on how to show your dog to walk nicely on the lead. Giving you the tools and confidence to put them into practice out in the real world.
- Please bring plenty of small soft treats that you are happy giving your dog with you such as hot dog, cheese, chicken, ham etc
- Bowls of water for your dogs will be placed by the tent, feel free to take them for a drink at any point if you feel they need it.
- Toilet facilities - there is a disabled toilet situated on the side of the glass fronted barn on the right as you come down driveway.
- Children are welcome to come to training classes but their safety is the sole responsibility of the parent or guardian. Please do not allow children to approach other dogs at training or to play on/ with equipment.
- If your dog goes to the toilet please bag it up and leave in the bin provided by the tent, please do not leave poo bags on the training ground.
- Our car park is at the end of the driveway, if its your first time with us we will direct you. You may park behind our vans if you wish to put your dogs away for tea break, there is limited space so if your dog is ok with being tethered by the tent please be considerate of those that may need to park a bit closer.
- When tethering your dog by the tent at tea break please ensure they are tethered securely and with a reasonably short lead so there is enough distance between dogs.
- If your dog requires a yellow dog “I NEED SPACE” lead cover please let us know at the beginning of the class. Please return any lead covers/bandanas at the end of class. For more information on Yellow Dog there are leaflets in our tent or ask a member of the team.
- We may have dogs that require a little extra space so before approaching another dog please ask the owner if it is ok to do so.
- When using long lines please ensure you attach the long line before disconnecting your lead so that you always have a point of contact with your dog. Keep long lines relatively short unless otherwise instructed to avoid your longline getting tangled with another dogs longline.
WE TAKE SOME GREAT PICTURES AND VIDEOS THROUGHOUT OUR CLASSES PLEASE FOLLOW AND LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE WHERE WE REGULARLY UPLOAD OUR PICTURES.
IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO HAVE YOURS/YOUR DOGS PICTURE TO BE TAKEN AND PUT ON FACEBOOK PLEASE LET US KNOW.
THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO READ OUR HOUSE KEEPING AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS