Dog Training Classes
Are held on Tuesdays from 7.30pm and on Wednesday's from 11.30am at Cold Higham
Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm at Woodford Halse.
Courses run for 6 weeks and each class lasts 1 hour. Courses start at £50, however, the
more you do and learn the cheaper classes get.Places need to be pre-booked and go
very quickly. However, new courses begin every three weeks.
Pet Dog Training and Socialisation Classes
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Julie Love UDip CTBM
Covering: Towcester & villages,
Daventry & villages, Banbury &
villages and Northampton.
One to One
Not every dog is suited to classes and with pressures of modern living not every owner can attend classes. 1-2-1 courses
can be tailor made to suit the needs of you and your dog.
Some problem solving, agression for example, goes beyond the scope of the class education and can be better served in a
one to one session.
Trainer Julie, has a University Diploma in Canine Training & Behaviour Management, is a Full Member of the
Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT) no 72705, an Academy of Dog Training & Behaviour (ADTB) Fully
Accredited Instructor and Assessor, has a PTLLS award in teaching, is an advanced instructor, tutor &
professional member of Pet Dog Training Instructors (PPDTI-adv.) a Kennel Club Good Citizens Dog Scheme
Examiner (KCGCDS) and a member of the Registration Council for Dog Training and Behaviour Practitioners
Bobbytails Dog Training is Kennel Club Listed so that clients who wish to take this
prestigious National Award, may do so. All the elements of the Scheme are covered
within Life Skills for Dogs Courses.
KC Good Citizen Dog Scheme Awards :
Courses are aimed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to train your dog for everyday life, so
he/she will be a pleasure to own and a nuisance to no-one.
What will you learn ?
Course topics include; Jumping up, loose lead walking, coming back to owner, gate & door
manners, car control, stays, building both concentration and fluency, introduction of more advanced
For dogs that have never been to classes before, we recommend joining the puppy
class. From experience this is kinder, slower (less pressure/expections) introduction
to group training classes.