Dog Obedience Club

Due to being in the Covid-19 Lockdown, in person classes are closed until further notice.

ONLINE COURSES

In the meantime, we are running online courses, please find more information on them here.

IN PERSON WAITING LIST

If you would like to be added to the waiting list for in person classes, please complete a quick form here and we ill be in touch as soon as we are able to run them again.

 


What: We run dog obedience training classes for puppies and dogs of any age (if you have a puppy under 20 weeks, please click to see our puppy course here). Classes run for 45 minutes per week and are ongoing with payment taken every two months.  We have both daytime and evening options and indoor and outdoor classes. Every two months, the following obedience are covered (level depends on which grade you are on):

  • Recall (from distractions)
  • Sit, down and stand on command
  • Heel
  • Wait
  • Stay
  • Leave
  • Drop
  • Control around people (no jumping up, begging, mouthing)
  • Handling (grooming, vet inspection by owner and stranger)


Where
:

Our centre in Shermanbury (above Henfield). A small, fully-fenced field, a lane and large indoor sand school are available for these classes.

When:

Our next courses are scheduled to start on (you can join up to week three of a course):

  • Wednesday 2nd December at 10.45am – (six weeks) – Beginners
  • Wednesday 6th January at 9.45am – (eight weeks)- Beginners
  • Wednesday 3rd February at 10.45am – (nine weeks) – Advanced obedience and tricks
  • Wednesday 3rd March at 9.45am – (nine weeks) – Beginners
  • Wednesday 7th April at 10.45am – (nine weeks) – Advanced obedience and tricks
  • Wednesday 5th May at 9.45am – (nine weeks) – Beginners

 

How much: £10.00 per session, paid two months in advance.

Booking:

To book on to a course please:

Complete the registration form here: Obedience Club Registration Form

And submit payment here:


Class options



Why: Teaching your dog obedience and tricks is a fun way to improve their overall obedience as well improving their strength and coordination which is important for body well being but also a great foundation for dog sports such as agility. A well trained dog is not only a pleasure to be around but is also safer for the public and for your dog themselves.

Further Info:

All basic training is covered, using kind, consistent, reward-based techniques (including clicker training). Classes are kept small and are taught by a qualified behaviourist with 12 years’ experience. You can check out pictures from this course here.

Booking: Please contact us to book on to these classes.