Group Class

Group Class
Continuing Your Training Adventure

Your little bundle of furry joy was a superstar on their puppy training.

They’ve got the basics nailed no problem, and now you’re wondering what’s next?

Well don’t worry, we've got you covered!

Our highly qualified and experienced trainers are able to train your best friend on the Kennel Club Good Citizen Scheme - Bronze Silver and Gold awards!

In small groups of no more than 6, we can give you and your developing dog the skills you both need to have a long and happy life together.

When you sign up here’s just a taster of what you can expect:

Classes held in ‘real life’ settings where your dog can learn to listen to you over distractions that you would encounter when out and about together

Classes are progressive and tailored according to the ability of each individual dog

Rolling schedule giving you the flexibility to join at a time convenient to you.


FREE access to the relevant Kennel Club grade tutorials to share with household members to ensure a consistent and successful approach

Then, before long, when your dog is ready you can take the Good Citizen Dog Scheme test. 
Upon successful completion you will receive a rosette and certificate to show off just how clever your best friend is.

As with all our training, we look to foster a deep positive relationship between you and your dog, using kind, cruelty free techniques.
So that you can enjoy a magical life long bond together.

Choose which day you would like to attend (Saturdays or Sundays) and then choose 8 dates from the calendar that appear highlighted.


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Frequently Asked Questions
My dog doesn't like other dogs can we attend to socialise him/her?
It will best for us to discuss the best support for you and your dog over the phone before booking. It’s important we set you and your dog up to succeed.
how many dogs are in your class:
We have a strict maximum of 8 capacity to ensure you get the support you deserve and need
Where are your classes held?
we have a great training facility at The Plume of Feathers in Gilston. Our training is outdoors where your dog will learn to focus over natural environmental distractions
What happens in bad weather?
In extreme weather that is dangerous such as snow or very high heat we shall replace the scheduled class with an online class at the same time on the same day as the face to face is scheduled
What do I need to bring?
You will receive an email with all the details in full but as long as you have your dog, yourself, your usual walking equipment and lots and lots of tiny cut up treats you will be fine
What walking equipment should I bring?
You can attend with your dog wearing a collar or harness. Please do not bring retractable leads, slip leads or shock spray collars
Will I be able to take my test at the end of the course?
Kennel club assessments take place 3 times per year. Once your dog is ready you will be invited to attend the next assessment