Taking bookings now for March classes see Services

Services

Dog Training Classes

Next Puppy / Beginner class

£80 

Taking bookings now for March 16th Induction

A puppy /beginner's class will begin on Monday the 16th March with a dog-free induction night at The Lighthouse in North Berwick.  Classes with dogs begin the week of the 23rd. This is a seven-week block including the induction. Suitable for new owners, puppies, and non-reactive beginner dogs and are run from Tyninghame Village Hall East Lothian. 

Puppy Classes will be run on Tuesday morning at 10 am and Thursday evening at 6.00 pm  

Diamond Class and Adolescent Refresher

 £80 for 7 classes £75 if completed induction

Taking bookings for the week beginning 23rd March

A class for owners who have already done classes and want to extend their dog's training - we teach shaping, tricks, and games as well as further obedience work. 

The new Diamond Class begins on Monday the 16th March with a dog-free induction night for those who have not completed one or been to one of my other classes. At the moment, there are two options for Diamond class; Monday night at 7.30 pm or Thursday night at 7 pm   


Master Class

 £10.50 a week (4 weeks for £42)  

Taking bookings now

An ongoing class for people who want to make training, working and playing with their dog a hobby. An hour each week for you and your dog. A good level of training should have been achieved before this class. We will use games, shaping, and tricks to continue to build a super-strong bond with your dog. 

Other Services Offered

Training Walks

£15 

Click to book training walks will begin in April 2020 

Up to five dogs and owners with non-reactive dogs for an hour's instruction, covering; loose lead walking, clicker training, games to build focus, and recall. 

Loose-lead and Recall workshops

 £55

Click to book workshops beginning in March 2020 

This workshop is designed to help you understand why your dog pulls and why they might not want to recall every time. It will teach you games you can play to build a strong bond with your dog and make training more successful.