Saturday 16th May - Classes are OFF
Following the Governments announcement of changes to Lockdown I am now in a position to offer 121 lessons in person again with various risk reduction measures in place. 121 Lessons are available using video conferencing are still available for anyone who is unable to travel or who would prefer not to meet in person. Please let me know if you would like to book a 121 lesson.
Following the Governments announcement of Lockdown all classes remain cancelled for the next few weeks until lockdown is lifted.
These are scary times for all of us. please stay safe and we can all enjoy agility training once we are through this. In the mean time I'm creating daily short training videos for you with ideas of games and training for you to play with your housebound dogs, these are posted on the Club Facebook Group, and are also available on Youtube.
I am also running some virtual classes, free to existing students.
If you would like to book onto a virtual classroom please let me know
121 lessons are available, in person or as an online lesson via Zoom or facetime on WhatsApp.
URGENT UPDATE (Friday 20th 8.45pm) Following this evening's Government Coronavirus update which announced the immediate closure of pubs, night clubs, restaurants and leisure centers there is confusion throught the industry as to whether dog training falls under these catagories. The Govenment advice stated that outdoor activities were ok and encouraged for wellbeing, however upon receiving information that the insurance company I use has withdrawn cover for classes with immediate effect I have taken the sad decision to cancel all this weekend's lessons until I can clarify the position with my insurers on Monday.
URGENT UPDATE (Friday 20th April 8.45pm) This weekend's lessons are cancelled
Coronavirus Update - Based upon
current Government and the World Health Organisation health guidelines classes
will be continuing at present as all lessons are held outside.
Please help us to reduce risk by adhering to the following:
* The 'recommended 3m spacing between dogs in class' rule is increased to 'at least 4m between people and dogs at all times' to facilitate social distancing to avoid transmission of the virus.
* Please do not touch the gates or equipment, the instructor will open/close gates for you to reduce the risk of surface contact.
*Extra sanitisation measures are being taken between classes, please bear with us if this results in a delay between classes.
*Please bring handwashing items with you, such as a flash of hot water and soap so you can clean your hands before and after class. Alternatively bring hand sanitizer.
*If you are unwell (sypmtoms such as sore throat, a high temperature, a new cough) do not come to class.
* If someone in your household is unwell, please do not come to class, current Government guidelines require you to self isolate.
*Anyone who has been advised to self isolate by the NHS is asked to advise us in confidence.
Thank you for helping us by adhering to these measures. These are unprecidented times, please keep an eye on the website and our FB group for updates as the Government advice changes. Moving forward we will took to provide online training and 121support. Thank you for your continued support of small businessess at this time.
Crufts 2020 - I am incredibly
honoured to be awarded the KCAI Significant Contribution Award by The Kennel
Club for individual effort and contribution to dog training.
Thank you to all students who nominated me!
Saturday Usual CLASS TIMES