But how do we train?
'Cub Together N Train' Puppy ClassesWhere: April's Farm, Upper Enham, Andover
Next Class Dates: Saturday 11th September from 9:30am
Our six week puppy classes will help equipt you and your puppy with some essential lifelong skills, whilst maintaining social distancing. This course is aimed at puppies up to 20 weeks at the start date. The syllabus for our puppy classes, but not limited to, would be; Experimenting with reinforcers, Socialisation, Learning the process of luring, Eye contact, Nose targets, Puppy play - Consent test, Equipment, Greetings etc, Leadwork, Swap, Recall, Enrichment and tons more! Your puppy will grow up to be a well behaved member of society. Book Now
'Quit Fox'n Around' Improvers Classes
Next Class Date: Saturday 11th September from 10:30am
Our six week improvers classes is a perfect follow-on course for those who have attended our puppy classes but can also be for dogs over 5 months old with some basic training already. We will look to strength your dog's recall, leadwork and focus skill. As well as looking at appropriate dog greetings, green and red flag behaviours during play, proximity tricks, mat work, manners around the door and other fun new behaviours. These classes are not suitable for dogs that display reactive behaviour i.e. non stop barking, lunging, growling towards other dogs or people.
'Fox'n About' Walk & Train Sessions
Next Class Date: TBC
These ad hoc one hour sessions will be meeting at a location (groups of up 5 dogs). These sessions are only available to those who have attended our puppy classes, improvers classes or have had individual training with me. We will look at essential life skills in real life scenarios. We would be walking, training and discussing about the important of disengagement, proximity, settling, engagement, confidence building and choices. Whilst also learning some lead walking and recall exercises. These sessions would be split for puppies up to 6 months, adolescence (between 6 and 18 months) and adults (18 months plus). They would sadly not be suitable for reactive dogs.