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Award winning Puppy Training specialist with over 20 years experience. Structured, professionally managed courses with varied content and a supportive environment. Click ‘Book Now’ for course dates and availability.
Progress Training Programme 3 levels of courses to complete.
Boys & Girls Memorial Hall (Scout Hall & St Marys Rec) Lesley Close, Bexley, DA5 1LU Tuesday morning
St John Fisher Church Hall, 48 Thanet Road, Bexley, Kent DA5 1AP Tuesday & Thursday evening
– Positive, Reward based Training in small class sizes
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– Level 3 & 5 Teaching qualifications.Training for both you and your dog!
– Tiered Basic Training Programme focusing on useful pet dog training exercises
Puppy Socialising Course (Level 1)
6 weeks £79
Beginner – Puppies under 16 weeks.
A course for puppies who are just getting out and about socialising with others. Puppies must be under 16 weeks old at the start of the course. The basic training content is the same as the Puppy Training Course but less intense for these younger dogs and you’ll have good opportunity to get advice on all things puppy! Digital support material included.
A regular weekly session, meeting some new puppy friends and practicing around their distraction! Suitable for all breeds offering a focused, accelerated training course. Puppies must be aged 16-24 weeks at the start of the course. Digital Puppy support material included. Please get in touch before booking if your puppy is particularly nervous or has not been socialised much with other dogs. You do not need to complete the socialising course before attending this training course.
After completion of a Puppy/Basic (Level 1) Course
This course follows on from a Level 1 (Puppy/Basic course) It will review the training you have already practiced and introduce new areas to help make your dog more reliable and improve their focus, especially working around distraction.
This course progresses on from all the basics and application techniques learned in the previous courses. Pushing on to increase reliability and introduce more useful and challenging exercises to improve focus and
These sessions are for those who would like to introduce new exercises now the basics are well established. Dogs attending will need to have good lead control and basics in place and be capable of settling around other dogs both on and off lead. Includes Basic obedience and working on a variety of new exercises. You can register your interest after successfully completing the Basic Training Programme.
These sessions are for those who would like to practice their training in an outdoor environment . Courses are for different levels of training, please enquire about suitability and places available. Dogs must be at least 6 months old, well socialised and confident in the outside environment.
Courses can be booked online and payment will be required when booking your place. Private Training needs to be booked via phone/email and you can pay for your service in advance by bank transfer or in cash on the day.
If you are planning a holiday or suspect your dog will come into season during a course, you are advised to wait for the next course. If your dog is unwell or in season they are unable to attend – once booked a course place is your own so once a course has started, unfortunately we cannot refund for weeks you are unable to attend.
Dogs with behaviour problems such as aggression/ barking at other dogs are not able to attend a training course in the first instance. Adult Dogs new to training courses must be well socialised. An assessment can be arranged if required.
All courses have limited places available and you are not guaranteed a place on any course unless it is booked and paid for.
Our courses are comprehensive which makes them unsuitable for very young children, however older children usually enjoy the opportunity to get involved with training their puppy/dog.