How coronavirus affects our services

We have a social responsibility to act sensibly and do all we reasonably can not to contribute to the spread of this virus. This responsibility however must be balanced with our duty to animal welfare. Many people have welcomed new puppies and rescue dogs both from the UK and overseas into their home during the pandemic, all of whom will present challenges and require training and sometimes behavioural support. Our aim is to serve the communities needs for training without taking unnecessary risks. An overview of how and where your training sessions take place can be seen below. For more information, please contact us.

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Teir 4 or National Lockdown

Under these restrictions, face to face training may only take place outdoors in a public place with one trainer and one owner. Partners, children etc cannot accompany you and your dog to training.

Zoom or telephone sessions and online support still available.

Teir 3

Under these restricitons training may only take place in an outdoor public space, but two or more people may attend your dog's training session if desired, up to a maximum of 5.

Zoom or telephone sessions and online support still available.

Teir 2

Under these restrictions, training may take place in your private garden if this is practical and you are comfortable in this situation.

Zoom or telephone sessions and online support still available.

Teir 1

Training can take place in your home - with use of face coverings, social distancing and strict hygiene measures.

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