Beginner/Puppy Courses

Who are they for?
Our Beginner/Puppy Courses are for owners of puppies and young friendly adolescent and/or rescue dogs. Our aim is to teach the owners how to turn their dogs into well mannered and social companions who they can take anywhere with them.

What do we teach?
Our aim is to help the owners improve their dog’s behaviour and listening skills both at home and when out for a walk. We aim to teach :
• How dogs learn and how they communicate with us
• How to bond with your dog and build up a relationship
• How to train your dog to walk on the lead nicely
• How to train your dog to come back to you
• How to play with your dog and Stay in Control

• How to groom and handle your dog

When and where?
The courses are held on Thursday evenings from 6.45pm to 7.25pm at Chacombe Village Hall, which is located on the edge of Chacombe Village, which is about 5 minutes from the M40 (junction 11). The full address is: Thorpe Road, Chacombe, Banbury, OX17 2JW

Directions to Chacombe Village Hall

How long and How Much?
The sessions are 40 minutes long and the courses last 8 weeks.
The cost for the 8 week course is £40, which includes membership of the club for the year. After the course you may wish to continue training your dog and register for the Kennel Club Good Citizen Bronze Course.

Courses Dates in 2019

Thursday 10th January to 28th February
Thursday 14th March to 16th May (with a 2 week Easter break on 11th and 18th April)
Thursday 23rd May to 11th July
Thursday 5th September to 17th October - 7 weeks (£35)
Thursday 31st October to 12th December - 7 weeks (£35)

To register for the next course please email Carla, or phone on 01869 810646.  You are always welcome to come and watch any of our courses on a Thursday evening and register when you are there.

One to One Training
If you have a dog with an anti-social behaviour problem or any other problem which cannot be solved in a class environment we offer 'One to One' training sessions. Please contact Carla on 01869 810646 for further information.

IMPORTANT: Please do not bring bitches in season or dogs showing any signs of illness to the classes.