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Forest Oak Dog Training Club

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About the Club

Forest Oak Dog Training Club (FODTC) is dedicated to promoting responsible dog ownership, to helping you develop a closer bond with your dog and learn how to maximise the enjoyment of each others company.

Our classes range from basic puppy, rescue and adult pet obedience training, trick training, through to competition Heelwork to Music, Obedience, Flyball and Agility.

Forest Oak DTC is proud to provide a relaxed, fun and friendly environment for you and your dog to train. The club has the added benefits of the unique and spacious training facilities at Forest Oak Farm. Classes and 121s are structured to enable you to recognize and build on your achievements and provide you with the stepping stones toward a happy and healthy partnership – be that for every day life or for competing in your favourite dog sport.

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CLICK HERE to download 2019 Timetable of Classes   

 

Upcoming Competitions/Events

* Updated 1 June 2019 * 

2019 

18th June - Hoopers Course Starts

22nd June - Recaller Session AM

23rd June - Mantrailing Sessions 

13th July - Introduction to Scentwork

27 & 28th July - Heelwork to Music Training Weekend

18th August - Mantrailing Sessions (FULL) 

22nd August - Heelwork to Music Training Show 

1st September - Mantrailing Sessions (FULL)

2 Nov, 8 Dec, 4 Jan, 15 Feb  - Fun Winter Obedience League 

2020

1st February - KC Open Obedience Show (FOGCS)

11th-12th April - KC Premier HTM Show (FOGCS)

 

Training Club Closure Periods

2019

12th August - 24th September (Summer Break) 

13th December - 19th January (Christmas and New Year Break)

  

Who should come to training?

Every dog can benefit from training be that to live a stress free life or to have a bit of fun! We encourage everyone who is involved in walking, playing or lounging around with your dog get involved in the training. Children are always keen to get involved – by teaching them how to communicate with their dog, you'll find less mishaps occurring along the way. Dogs need a consistent style, tone and body language to follow, especially in the early days, so all the family should learn the rules too.

Dog training is not a 'one size fits all' solution, every dog is different and so are the owners – both in their particular needs and the kind of activities they enjoy. Contact us to find out what training might suit you and your dog either by calling 01594 840322 or by emailing us making sure you mention the Dog Training Club.

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