Book a course online - in 4 simple steps
Step 1 - Pick a course
Our Group Course venues are at Norton, Fullwood and Unstone in Dronfield. Further details, such as the location of the course and course content can be found by clicking on the title of the course. If you'd like more information on the course itself you could also read our training services page. If your dog has behaviour problems, please call us.
Please note, once you have booked a course No Refunds are given.
Step 2 - Complete a registration form
Please click on the course you want and complete the registration form. This takes you through to the payment window. you can pay by PayPal or card. Note: The group courses are ONLY available to sociable dogs that also meet entry criteria for that course (see course details).
Step 3 - Wait for confirmation of your place
Once your fee and form has been received the course will be confirmed with you. Please be patient waiting for the confirmation email as we tend to wait until the course if full before we send out email confirmations to all the new students. If in doubt, please call us or check your spam and junk folders for our email.
Step 4 - The Induction Theory Class
The Induction Theory class is essential for all new students and you will find it really useful to help you understand your dog and solve problems. During this lesson we teach you how we will train your family pet. Recommended equipment, how and what to use as rewards, diet, relationship issues and overcoming common problems. The Induction class is theory only - NO DOGS at this class.
You can attend an Induction class at the venue you've booked your course or at any of the other venues and advertised dates, but please let us know which one you will be attending so we have enough training manuals.
The course fee is a one time fee that pays for the whole course including the Training and Behaviour Manual that accompanies the course.
The whole family and children preferably of school age can attend classes to learn how to train the family dog, but children must be under parental supervision at all times for their safety and the safety of the dogs.