Our introductory seminar lasts approximately 3 hours long. The seminars are run on a regular basis at our Dog Academy in Whiston, Staffordshire. This is an entirely theory session and therefore, sorry, but dogs are not invited to attend. Children are welcome to come along but we’re afraid it may be a little boring for younger children.
The cost is £10 per family to attend and we do encourage as many family members to attend as possible as this truly is the basis to all of our training. The seminar will cover how dogs learn, dog body language and an introduction to dog behaviour. We also go into more detail about our ethos and it gives you the opportunity to see our facilities and met us before signing up to train with us.
We ask everyone wanting to start training classes with us to first attend an Introductory Seminar. This allows us all to be working from the same page with your dog. It also means we have covered a lot of the theory aspects leaving more time for practical work in class!
The seminar is also great for anyone just wanting to learn more about their dog, and how to communicate better with them.
Introductory Seminar are run at our Dog Academy, Whiston, Staffordshire at 10am. If you would like to attend a seminar please purchase your ticket for the desired date.
How to book
Please fill in our Contact Form. This way we can then discuss appropriate training options with you at the seminar including 1-2-1 and group training classes.
iff you would like to secure your place on a Life Skills course you can also book that online too. You must complete the life Skills course before attending any of our other classes.
Furthermore we are happy to set up special offers for local animal charities for volunteers and fosters/rehomers etc. to attend. Please feel free to contact us to discuss this further.
Please see our Terms and Conditions here.
Tickets are non-refundable, but with notice we are happy to change dates to another seminar for you.
Keep an eye on our website and our Facebook page as we regularly run other seminars throughout the year including;
- Dog first aid seminars
- Cat first aid seminars
- In-depth behaviour seminars
- Trick training seminars
- Gun dog seminars
- Sound phobia seminars
- Scent detection seminars