School holiday clubs and classes to teach children how to stay safe around their own dog, and dogs they don’t know.

Also easy, fun puppy & dog obedience training for children

Kids Puppy Club

How to stay safe around dogs

Understanding dog body language ...

.... how to speak dog

 

Children's puppy & dog training

Sessions for Children & puppies together: includes puppy training along with fun games and videos to teach about staying safe

and how to understand dog body language and.'speak dog'.

Dogs communicate with their eyes, ears, mouth, tail, whole body and learning to recognise signs that a dog isnt happy

stops dog bites. Dogs do not

bite out of the blue.

Children who live with dogs need to learn to recognise the signs that their dog has had enough and needs to have some space and quiet time.

All children (especially those who don't have a dog of their own) need to understand what to do if a strange dog comes up to them and how to tell if a dog they meet is friendly and will be happy to be stroked or is scared and may bite.... and to ALWAYS ASK before touching a strange dog.

Children only sessions: How to speak dog & stay safe around dogs. Even children who don't have dogs need to understand what to do if a strange dog comes up, not to touch a dog without asking, how to tell when it's not safe to stroke a dog as most owners don't recognise the signs!

 

Children's puppy and dog training

Careful supervised play and training allows children to be more involved with their new puppy or dog in a safe, enjoyable way. Children want to be involved but often don't know how to behave around them. The classes help teach children how to train their puppy allowing them to play with their dog in a positive way that both of them will enjoy so they will grow up the best of friends.

School holiday clubs and classes to teach children how to stay safe around their own dog, and dogs they don’t know.

Children's puppy/dog training classes - your child can bring along their puppy for some fun obedience and learn how to interact with their puppy safely in a way they will both enjoy