Silver and Gold standard advanced training
Classes are on Thursdays and are 8- 9pm. We start every 6 weeks
7th of December – 21st December *Happy Christmas! * 11th – 23rd of January
1st February – 8th March 8pm
It’s £60 per dog for the whole course.
Fun and supportive advanced training- the highest quality training at the fairest prices
For those who have done some training and would like to continue
Thursday evenings at 8pm in Abington Community Centre Wheatfield Road South, Northampton NN3 2HH
Learning tasks that are are practical, useful, enjoyable and cool with tried and tested down to earth, kind methods.
Please contact or ring us on 0751 976 2411 for more info or to enrol.
Practical training following the Silver and Gold curriculum, includes:
Silver concentrates on impulse control and making sure the dog can think and make good decisions (for example knowing to how to leave when faced with something like a half eaten takeaway out and about and improving the listen while excited task so that they will be more able to overcome selective deafness and recall away from exciting things in the park).
Gold is the practical application of previous courses- how to translate everything we’ve learned into the outside world (and not be phased by distractions). Including my favourite part of all the tests: going to the cafe and ensuring the dog is well mannered while we eat.
Listening whilst distracted or excited
Walk past food and not be tempted
Come away from that distraction/ recall (or coming back to their owner).
Answering the door nicely
Walking (On and off the lead).
Wait and stay.
Doing things at a distance (which is harder than it sounds)
Go to bed! (go over there & lie down)
Vehicle Control & road sense
Sensible play that’s fun.
And any requests or questions you may have.
All our classes are in courses of 6 weeks which are £60 in advance, paid on the first day.
Class size is limited. With two trainers, everyone gets individual attention.
Please contact or ring us on 0751 976 2411 for more info or to enroll.
16.6% for completion in each of the following 6 categories:
Answering the door nicely
Emergency stop.. at a 10 pace distance, call the dog and shout “stop!” The dog has to come to a prompt halt.
Walk to heel for 25 paces, changing speed and direction (at least once each)
Walk past some food on the floor (off lead)
Wait for 30 seconds at 10 paces
Demonstration of leave an object in the context of the “listen while excited” game. This can either be a tug leave or a fetch.
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