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We offer classes for different levels, and each class is capped at six people so everyone can get the individual attention that they need. All classes are first-come, first-served, so please enrol early to secure your spot. Our next available classes will commence in May 2019. All group classes are held at Fancote Park in Kelmscott.
This class is specifically designed to enable younger students to build great relationships with their dogs. Handlers aged between 8 and 17 years of age are encouraged to learn not only about general training, but also to start experimenting with dog sports and tricks training. A parent or guardian is required to attend these classes to support the Junior Handler.
Roley Dogs Junior Handlers will get a chance to try out agility
Calmness, Focus and Proximity are the key concepts that we are looking at in this class. You will start with games that encourage strong boundaries, a great recall and the ability for your dog to listen in high arousal situations.
Instructed Agility Foundations
Welcome to the world of dog sports. In this class we will look at the basic skills needed to teach your dog how to follow your signals and commands to negotiate a simple course of jumps and tunnels.
Talented Tricks Training
Have you ever wished that you could teach your dog to roll over, spin around, crawl or do other tricks on command? This is the class for you. Not only will you and your dog learn a range of tricks, you will learn about the different ways in which we can teach your dog how to do the tricks.
Drop in Sessions
Occasionally we will offer single session classes that will concentrate on specific skills. These could include skills such as a more reliable recall, basic commands or creating calm.
Individual Training Consultations
Roley Dogs offers Individual Training Consultations for those whose dogs would prefer to work on thier own or in an area that they are already comfortable. It is often easier to learn in environments with minimal distractions. You and your dog will learn new skills that are tailored to your specific interests and needs.
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