Train Your Dog the Walkabout Way
Stuck at home? Find out about our online courses
Our Lifestyle Group Classes are designed to help you
Does your dog embarrass you?
Pull on its lead to get to another dog?
Totally ignore you when you call ?
Jump all over the visitors? Or even worse?
Whether you have a brand new puppy, a terrible teenager
or perhaps a newly rescued dog, training helps build bonds,
so come and learn all about methods that work and not difficult to do.
Sunday morning classes available to all at Queen Elizabeth Country Park
Puppy Social walks on Tuesday mornings - meet the trainer and learn some tips whilst walking together in a group. All dogs under the age of 1 year welcome book here
COFFEE MORNING MEET UPS - FIRST MONDAY EVERY MONTH - 10am at QECP
Come and tell us about it, share the problem and learn all about our simple 10 minute programme to help your dog understand it would be better to listen to you.
Personalised Training Packages - click here
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
I have 4 dogs who individually are just adorable but on a walk turn into a pack and come across aggressive. after just 2 x 1hour sessions I have learnt our issues and how to rectify them. I am definitely going to continue training as already walks are much less stressful. thank you!
Kate with Finn and Milo
I have been going to Walkabout classes for 5 years, first with my Border Collie, Finn and now my Lab/springer cross, Milo has joined us. Carol and Stuart have boosted my confidence and offered endless support in dealing with my dogs issues. The dogs love going to the classes and although I don’t get to as many classes as I would like due to work, I really enjoy it every time I go. They are the only classes I have found that are flexible enough to fit in with unpredictable shift patterns. I would unhesitatingly recommend any of the Walkabout classes for any breed of dog.
Karen with Jaz and Tarot
Thank you Carol , Stuart and the team for a fab time this morning . Jaz and Tarot enjoyed their first go at agility so we will be back for more !.