Good Manners For New Forest Dogs Class

Any dog that is off lead in the New Forest needs to be under good control, not only for its own safety, but also so that they do not disturb or injure the livestock and wildlife that we all love to see, and that makes the New Forest such a special place to visit. Our dogs must be reliable off lead, in much more challenging circumstances than the average pet dog, that walks in a park, would meet.

Hall-based classes have a role in teaching our dogs basic skills, but they are not very realistic compared with the world in which our dogs walk. In addition to teaching some of the basic exercises in the hall, this course also uses the external space around the hall which is more realistic compared to everyday life. The space available also allows us to use a different range of exercises and to train, with others moving around, more realistically than just in the hall. This is much more what you might meet during a normal walk. All the normal basic skills that you would expect to find in any good quality dog training class are still here, but there is more.

This course is also ideal for very shy dogs who get distressed or panic if others get too close. They can learn to cope with other dogs near them at their own pace without being upset or frightened.

For more information, please contact Jan Debnam on 01425 638515 or training@dogkind.co.uk

For more information, please contact Jan Debnam on 01425 638515 or training@dogkind.co.uk

COVID 19 Update

All classes will be run in accordance with Government Guidelines on social distancing. Detailed operating procedures are in place to keep everyone safe.

COVID 19 Update

All classes will be run in accordance with Government Guidelines on social distancing. Detailed operating procedures are in place to keep everyone safe.