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BTPDS is the perfect place to start your puppy's training and socialisation. We offer training classes, fun get-together sessions and even strolls in the local country park!
Our Puppy School classes are held in Knockin Village Hall (Mon), Coedpoeth Parish Hall (Tues) and the Weston Rhyn Institute (Thurs).
The UK Puppy School programme has been carefully designed to take you through all the essential training needed to your pup a fantastic foundation for life . Puppy Club exists to provide a safe and secure play time; Puppy Walks for out and about practice including off lead training and Puppy Recalls allows more outside recall practice. Our Puppy Pop-Ins are for the extra 1to1 training you need from time to time. (Complete the Contact Us form at the bottom of this page to tell us your requirements or sign-up for our event emails on the Email Opt-In page.)
BTPDS runs various courses for older dogs. Our most popular is the K-NINE Essentials course. This covers the essentials for any dog including stays, recalls and walking nicely on lead. We also have Kennel Club listed status and can run KC Good Citizens Dog Scheme classes. Instructors in club are able to test from Bronze through to Gold level. (Complete the Contact Us form at the bottom of this page to tell us your requirements or sign-up for our event emails on the Email Opt-In page.)
We run various workshops (Hoopers low impact agility/recall/clicker/jumping up/lead walking). We also fairly frequently give lectures in Canine Communication and Nutrition. (Please get in touch if you would like us to give a talk to your club or organisation.)
We are the only dog training business to run monthly doggy get-togethers. Based at Trevor Hall Farm we offer secure, safe, supervised play sessions for dogs of all breeds, sizes and ages. When not playing dogs and owners can have some fun on the agility equipment or take a time out for a cuppa and home-made cakes.
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