Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)


Please take a moment to browse through this page before contacting us with any further questions.

Question 1.
What courses do the club offer?
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Question 2.
What age can my dog start classes?
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Question 3.
What will I need to bring with me to class?
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Question 4.
How long is a course?
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Question 5.
How do I book courses?
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Question 6.
How much will it cost?
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Question 7.
What happens if my dog comes into season halfway through a course?
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Question 8.
Do you accept dogs with behavioural/aggression problems?
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Question 1.

We offer Puppy, The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme Awards, In-club Progression Awards (starting at level 1), and Agility Training.
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Question 2.

As soon as your dog has completed it's injections, and is micro-chipped.
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Question 3.

You will need to bring treats, a grooming brush, a toy and a medium length lead. Also a cushion or mat if your dog needs something soft to sit on. Dogs are to be worked on a collar and lead, or a harness and lead. No choke chains or extendable leads are allowed in class.
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Question 4.

Obedience courses are usually five or six weeks long, although this may vary from time to time.
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Question 5.

Please see the relevant page for contact details. Courses are frequently full, so you will be put on a waiting list and will be contacted nearer the time with relevant course details.
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Question 6.

You will have to become a member to attend courses and events. The club membership fee is £12.00 and is renewable annually in May. Course fees are £20.00 for a five week course or £24.00 for a six week course. This money is to be paid at the start of the course,in cash or by cheque, and is non-refundable.
These prices are subject to change.
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Question 7.

You will be credited for the weeks you miss while your dog is in season and this money will go towards your next course. Please note that a bitch in season or dog needing to have an operation or being ill is usually the only ones in which we credit fees paid. We do not give refunds as we expect you will have decided you are able to attend before you come along to class.
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Question 8.

We apologise, but we are not able to let any dogs with aggressive tendencies or excessive barking join the group courses. This is because all dogs work closely together in class and are off lead in some instances.
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