Puppy/Beginners Course Starts Wed 23rd May

A 6 week dog training course in Alsager for puppies and beginners.

Held at Alsager Equestrian Centre, Lawton Heath End, Alsager, ST7 3RJ.  Starting Wed 23rd May 2018 at 7pm.   Cost £60, £10 payable on booking, see the PayPal link below (you don’t need a PayPal account to use this). Deposits are non-refundable.  All modern, positive methods used! We also run courses in Audley.




14 thoughts on “Puppy/Beginners Course Starts Wed 23rd May”

  1. I have two jack russell x dogs 7 months old are they too old to start iwould like to come in june if you have any classes then.

  2. Hi

    I emailed you a bit ago about classes and our dog has now had all his injections and can go out however the first puppy class is while we are away. Is it still possible to book on the remaining five classes?

    Thank you

  3. Hi I have a nearly 11 month old Labrador. Is he too old for the puppy/beginner class starting on the 16th of August?
    Thanks

  4. I have a 20 month old cocker spaniel who completed his puppy foundation course is the above class suitable for him or do you do more advanced classes.

  5. Hi my name is nick
    I’m picking up my 8week old puppy Labrador retriever on the 16th August and would love to join your class, but would feel it sensible to miss the first session, so will it be ok to come along 23rd, 30th Aug and 6th & 13th Sep (we wont be able to make the 20th Sep) ?
    thank you

  6. Hi! Is this every Wednesday from the 27th? I have a 12 week old Siberian husky and I’m interested in this, just wondered what the dates were after the first one, Thankyou.

  7. I have recently taken on a 3 year old Labrador who is clever but his excitement levels make him a little hard to handle at times on the lead, would this course suit him? He is generally very well behaved and learns very quickly.

  8. I have a 15week old Malshi, she is working well with her basic training indoors and was walking quite nicely on the lead but she wants to stop to greet people and dogs all the time making the walk seem more like a stop, pull and drag than a walk. She is also bad for biting my trousers and shoes especially towards the end of the walk will your class help with these problems?

  9. We have a 51/2 month old cocker spaniel who is very active and I believe would thrive in the training and agility class. Is it possible to receive further information and clarification if there are soaces for him?

    Thank you

  10. We have a 4 month old Lurcher who is becomming more difficult to walk, she is afraid of traffic and never seems to want to walk?
    She needs what you explain as the” better manners” class?
    Would like to join next Wednesday if you think it appropriate?

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