Research has shown that puppies who are encouraged to meet a variety of stimuli when very young are more likely to grow up into confident, non-aggressive adult dogs who are more able to cope with any new experiences in the future.  You need to take a pro-active approach by allowing your dog to meet, in a supportive, non-threatening way, other dogs and experience a wide variety of situations. These should include people – men, women and children – and can be extended to other animals, traffic on the roads, public transport, buses and trains, travelling by car, anything you can think of as long as you can ensure the experience is pleasant and enjoyable
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The club’s aim is to bring together, protect and develop the interests of all members and their dogs. To this end, the club organises, hosts and supports:


You can find out more about the Club and its activities in the history, events and training pages.

The Club is a not-for-profit organisation and relies on the generosity of members who volunteer as committee members, trainers, event organisers and much, much more. The Club would not be as successful and fun as it is without the dedication of these volunteers. We are always in need of more help though. If you would like to support the Club in any way - big or small - please contact us via the contacts page, at the Club’s weekly training sessions or at any of the Club’s events.