Training:  Due to the current Government restrictions I am not teaching face to face and I am only offering remote puppy and pre-puppy consultations. Puppy consultations - this can be before or soon after your puppy has come into your home.  Remote training: " I would highly recommend the online training with Jane.  She is clear, helpful, supportive and it feels like she is there with you in person.  Our Labrador puppy learnt so much and we all had fun.  Thanks so much Jane." 

Once restrictions are eased, I will teach face to face : The Spring Foundation course which is suitable for puppies and dogs of all ages and I will also be offering One to one outdoor training. 

Sydenham Monday Foundation course:  The talk night will be via Skype. Date: Thursday 25th March.  Time:7pm  The dogs will attend the following Monday. Time:7.30pm. Classes will be an hour each week.  There will be no classes on the 5th and 12th April.

Dulwich Tuesday Foundation course: The talk night will be via Skype. Date: Thursday 25th March. Time:7pm  The dogs will attend the following Tuesday.  Time: 6pm. Classes will be an hour each week.  There will be no classes on the 6th and 13th April.

Dulwich Wednesday Foundation course: The talk night will be via Skype. Date: Thursday 25th March.  Time:7pm  The dogs will attend the following Wednesday. Time: 12.15pm and 1.30pm (Two Classes)  Classes will be an hour each week.  There will be no classes on the 7th and 14th April.

                                       The Foundation courses and one to one training cover:

Lead work - teaching your dog to walk by your side without tension on the lead.

Recall-  teaching your dog to return when you call him/her.

Not jumping Up - if your dog jumps up on someone who is (for example) afraid of dogs or they are knocked over because of the dog jumping up at them, you could be prosecuted or worse still, your dog could be destroyed; so it is important to train your dog not to jump up - unless told to do so.     

Leave -    this could save your dog's life.      

Stay/Wait -  teaching your dog to remain in a "Sit" or a "Down".    

Play -   if you interact with your dog, you will have a better relationship with him/her and therefore a better chance of your dog listening to you.     

Diet -  we are what we eat and this applies to our dogs as well.  Understanding what your dog needs to eat to keep him/her healthy, happy and well behaved is another important aspect to consider because what we put into their bowls can affect them.       

Handling -  understand how to handle your dog so that he/she is comfortable when handled by you and the vet.  

If your dog has behavioural problems other than basic training needs - I do not do behavioural consultations but can recommend two behaviourists.


I wish you all a very Happy and a very Healthy 2021!

Stay safe and well.

                           

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