Using positive, science-based reward training methods, we offer training for puppies and older dogs in small group classes or 121 sessions. Dogs - of all ages - love to learn and we make it fun for them and for you. Our classes are small (maximum of 5 dogs), ensuring individual attention in a supportive and relaxed environment.
Not all dogs – for whatever reason – are happy in a class environment; they may get very stressed or excited which isn’t good for them, or for other dogs in the class.
Our qualified and experienced trainers will give you and your dog confidence to deal with everyday situations, and help you build a rewarding and trusting relationship with your family pet. You will learn how dogs learn, and how best to channel your dog’s instinctive behaviours and enthusiasm. We will equip you both with skills relevant to the real world and not just the training environment.
Some owners prefer 121 training sessions and not all dogs enjoy a class situation. For those owners and dogs, we offer 121 training in your home or at our training venue.
Our main training venue is Sedgebrook Social Club NG32 2EY where we train on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and Saturdays during the day. The venue has secure indoor and outdoor space, and is easily accessible by car from Grantham.
A course delivered by our guest trainer and pet gundog specialist Aura, delivered over 6 weeks.
This course is aimed at gundog breeds in a pet home, although the course will provide a good base from which to progress with dogs that will go on to become working gundogs.
These are working breeds and it's very useful and fun to provide them with an outlet for their natural hunting and retrieving instincts - gundog skills taught in a positive force-free way in a safe and friendly environment. Classes limited to six dogs.
We are fortunate to have spacious and secure indoor and outdoor facilities. We train outdoors weather permitting.
Puppies (up to 20 weeks unless agreed with Fiona)
Junior Improvers (aimed at Puppy Graduates or for young dogs over 20 weeks)View details
Canine Hoopers is a fast growing competitive dog sport that involves hoops, tunnels and barrels - no jumpsView details