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funfordogs workshops are held at various times throughout the year and are open to anyone who has a dog that is comfortable in a class environment.

If you dont think your dog will be comfortable in a class there are opportunities to have some one to one lessons first or even join the Social Development programme aimed at helping you integrate your dog into this sort of environment

These are held at our training centre at Wagalot barn, Stockbottom Farm, Pitton, SP5 1SU Each one has a limited number of spaces and is run by two trainers to provide you with the best service and individual attention

The Loose Lead workshops run for three hours and cost 35 the Agility workshops run for two hours and cost 25 Refreshments are providing during a break midway through the workshop.
Each workshop concentrates on a different subject or common problem area and is structured to include some theory followed by practical work with your dog. Check out our homepage for current workshops. All workshops need to be booked in advance with Sue.

Regular workshops

Introduction to Agility
Run as Part 1 and Part 2 on separate Saturdays, usually at the beginning of the month. These are run by Sue and Fenella or Ruth together and are where your dog will be introduced to each piece of equipment in a calm and gentle manner. You need to complete two workshops before you can join the regular weekly class

Periodic workshops

Preventing Pulling on a Lead
Workshops held on a Saturday to tackle this common problem from both the behavioural and training angle.

Introduction to Gundog work
These are not just limited to 'gundog breeds'. The exercises taught can just be used to help improve your outdoor control over your dog or start you out on the right lines for a shooting career if you want to.

Kids and Dogs
Run by during the daytime in school holidays