Dog School East Anglia

Welcome to Dog School East Anglia! We are based in St Neots, Cambridgeshire, and offer fun, positive training for puppies, adult dogs and rescue dogs, based on the very best scientific knowledge currently available. We know just how important the bond with your four legged friend is, and understand how much it matters to have a good bond with your pet – our aim is to get you off to the right start, or back on track, so you and your dog can enjoy your life together.

 

We believe in teaching you to teach your dog how to make good choices about his own behaviour, so he can behave appropriately without constant instruction from you.  Our classes aim to provide skills that are relevant to the real world, and that give you the understanding to continue training outside of classes. 

 

So whatever the age of your dog, and whether you need help preventing or tackling problems, get in touch - you are guaranteed a friendly and understanding welcome.

Our classes

Tuesday (50 mins)

09:30, 10:45 and 12:00

Jubilee Hall, Eaton Socon

Wednesday (50 mins)

17:30, 18:45 and 20:00

Odell Village Hall

Thursday (50 mins)

14:00, 15:15 and 16:30

Buckden Village Hall

Thursday (50 mins)

20:00 and 21:00

Buckden Village Hall

Saturday (50 mins)

09:15, 10:30 and 11:45

Austin Hall and Queens Park, Yaxley

Tell us a bit more about you and your dog below

Your details

Dog details

Behaviour with people

How does your dog react to new people you meet?

Behaviour with dogs

How does your dog react when he or she meets other dogs?

Get in touch

Head coach: Justine Harding

M: 07388 377337

 

Senior Coach: Ursula Groos

M: 07388 377371

 

Coach: Imogen Lloyd

M: 07388 377371

Please email us with your enquiry at: eastangliadogschool@dogstrust.org.uk

Trainers' profiles

Head Coach Justine has a BSc (Hons) in Psychology and MSc Clinical Animal Behaviour, and is provisional member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors. She is an experienced trainer, running puppy classes and working with dogs and their owners on a 121 basis and has an interest in scentwork. With her own rescue dogs she has enjoyed fun agility, rally and flyball, and she’s particularly passionate about helping owners better understand their pets, and most importantly, have fun together!

Senior Coach Ursula holds her first rescue dog entirely responsible for her passion for dog behaviour and training. Through him, she found herself fostering and rehabilitating numerous dogs (from Chinese Crested to Japenese Akitas!) and securing them forever homes. This experience with a variety of breeds and common problems has proved invaluable. In addition, she has competed in and taught obedience and agility, as well as teaching clicker training and dog scootering!

Our coach Imogen has recently completed an MSc in Animal Behaviour having decided no other career direction would do! She previously studied human and animal psychology and volunteered at rescue centres, wildlife hospitals, zoos, petting zoos and training schools. While dogs are her focus now (especially her two beloved Labradors), she’s previously trained goats, chickens and pigs and is also a bit of an expert on flamingos!

Our blog

Boredom busters


How to use food toys to prevent your dog getting bored!

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Hot Dawgs!


Read more for some tips from Dog School East Anglia on how to keep your dogs comfortable in hot weather!

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Events

10

Jul, 2017

Dog School East Anglia - Successful Socialisation for Puppies

Buckden Village Hall | Monday 10 Jul 2017, 19:00

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