Fun Obedience Classes

Two classes run weekly & you can come to either session once registered.

Wednesday 11.30 - 12.30pm & Thursdays 7pm until 8pm

See below for the fun things we do.

Suitable for any age and ability. A good next step from puppy class.

Each exercise will be adjusted for the individual needs and experience.

Your dog must be comfortable in group situations.

First six sessions 60 to be paid on booking and then it will be paid weekly.

(The six sessions do not need to be used consecutively.)

Please see Terms & Conditions

Beginners Obedience

Motivation, Watch me, Sit, Down, Stand, Stay, Wait, Heel work, Recall, Good Manners, Emergency Stop, Leave it! Go to your bed.

A great next step from puppy/adolescent classes

Clicker Training

If you haven't done clicker training before we will teach you. The clicker is a great training tool for any training you wish to do with your dog and accurately marks behaviours, an alternative verbal marker can also be used.


Rally Obedience is the very latest dog sport to be recognised by the Kennel Club. It's fun and no matter what level you and your dog may be at it's easy to get involved and start training and competing.
Rally involves you and your dog working as a team to navigate a course with numbered signs indicating different exercises to perform; think of it as a sort of 'obedience exercise obstacle course' including simple exercises.

More About Rally


.Brain Games

Tricks, Games, Heel work to Music, Agility & Scent work

Teaching our dogs fun games and tricks, having a little dance, teaching them to tidy up their toys or using their noses to search for scented items keeps their brain happy and tired. It is a great way to interact and build the perfect relationship with your dog.

Step one:Contact Sue to check there is a place or if it is suitable for you & your dog.

Step two: Please read Do's & Don'ts

Step three: Complete the registration form to book

Step Four: Pay to confirm your place.




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Your dog must be comfortable in group situations.

It is normal for some dogs to be a little shy and not able to get along with every dog and person that they meet, sometimes dogs can have minor disagreements, which is normal. These classes will be extremely useful for rehabilitating some mild social behavioural problems. However I cannot have seriously aggressive or highly reactive, barking dogs, in these classes.

If after attending the class and either you or we decide that your dog is not suited to the group situations then 121 sessions are an alternative,

I am happy to discuss your requirements and to give you a quotation for this.


Sue Fryer MGoDT(MT)

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