Association of Pet Dog Trainers Member No. 00520
Canine Behaviour Centre Certificate in Dog Psychology
Tel: 01793 542596
Mobile: 07799 376641
Objective: The objective of K9 Paws for Fun is to promote responsible dog ownership, using kind and effective training, which allows dogs and their handlers to learn in a relaxed and friendly environment.
- Pet dog training (not competition obedience)
- Games and races
- Teach your dog new tricks
- Fun agility (Saturday mornings only)
- Pet Care Service.
Classes are held at: –
Toothill Community Centre (map) on a Saturday morning:
Puppy/Junior Obedience: 09:45-10:30, 10:30-11:15
Agility – 09:00-09:45, 09:45-10:30, 10:30-11:15,
Lydiard Millicent Parish Hall (map) on a Wednesday evening (Obedience only):
Puppies 18:30-19:15, Improvers 19:15-20:00, Flyers 20:00-21:00
Joining Fee and First Years Subscription: £15.00 Single / £20.00 Joint*
Weekly Class Fee: £3.00 1 Handler & 1 Dog, Socialising dogs £2.00
Annual Subscription Renewal: £7.50 Single / £10.00 Joint. (if Pd by 31st Jan)
*(Joint membership is defined as 2 members of the same household training 2 dogs).
We want you and your dog to enjoy your training at K9 Paws for Fun. The training is kind and effective to the dog using reward, praise and play – we NEVER use harsh correction or punishment.
Please note you will need to show your dog’s vaccination certificate (Homeopathic treatments are accepted; please bring proof, i.e. the tablets or receipts for them).
You will need to bring:
- A Dog! Any size/shape/breed/age. (If your dog is aggressive towards or is nervous of people or other dogs, you must let us know, so we can make appropriate arrangements)
- A Collar and Lead. A flat buckle collar is best – Do not bring your dog on a check/choke chain. A 3-4 ft leather, webbing or rope lead is ideal (chain leads can be painful on your hands). Please don’t bring a ‘flexi’ lead.
- Tasty Titbits. Something your dog really likes i.e. cooked liver, chicken, sausage, cheese, dog treats.
- Your dog’s favourite toy. No squeaky toys please – it distracts the other dogs!! A ragger or a ball on a rope toy is best.
- Poo bags. Be a responsible dog owner, always clean up after your dog whenever you are out training or exercising.
Don’t feed your dog before you come to training.
Wear suitable clothing. Soft soled shoes with a good grip i.e. trainers, comfortable clothing that will not hinder you or your dog – trousers or tracksuit bottoms – no flapping skirts or jackets.
Don’t bring a sick dog, or a dog recovering from an operation. Your dog will not feel like training – give him/her a rest until he/she is better.
If you have a problem with your dog, need some advice, or don’t understand an exercise please, please ask – we are here to help.