Day & time:
Level 1 Dog Training
Next intake: Term 5, 17th October 2023
Registrations will open on 26th September 2023
When will registrations open?
Registrations will open here approximately 4 weeks prior to the start of term. The date will be posted here, and on our social media pages.
How do I register?
Registration is done via a form on our website. You will be able to access the form via a button on this page when registrations open.
How do I pay?
You will fill in the form and pay via credit/debit card.
Can you reserve me a place before registrations open?
Please do not contact us via email or phone for a place on this course. Registrations are on a first in, first served basis via the registration form on the website.
I missed out on a place this term, can I be placed on the cancellation list?
Our classes are extremely popular and fill up FAST, but we sometimes have the odd cancellation. If you have missed out and would like a place on the cancellation list for that term, please contact us
Our Level Dog Training operates with 5 intakes throughout the year thanks to our pool of volunteer instructors. Each class has 2 instructors ensuring that you get quality learning time every week.
To enroll in this class, dogs must be at least four months old and the handler of the dog must be at least 15 years of age (unless prior arrangement has been made with the club).
Registration will open 4 weeks prior to the start date of each term and runs on a first come, first served basis.
In this class you will learn how to:
understand your dog better and communicate effectively
teach your dog the basic commands - sit, down, stay, heel and come
teach your dog to obey quickly and to ignore distractions
solve common problems like jumping up, pulling on the lead and excessive barking.
Overall, the aim of this course is to help you to get better control over your dog, so you can enjoy your walks more and be able to give your dog some off-lead time to play and socialize with other dogs.
In order to get maximum benefit from the course we will also give you homework to practice every day.
Our Training Philosophy
Dogs learn better and are more willing to engage in activities with you when they are having fun and are happy. That is why in modern dog training all activities is based on positive methods. We use a system of rewards and praise to get the dogs to focus on you and what you want from them.
Please click on the links below for a couple of useful articles that will kick-start your learning.