Gundog Training Courses

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Wylanbriar Gundog Training have three exciting progressive training courses for you to choose from:

 

* ‘Fundog to Gundog’ Progressive training course. Any Puppy, Beginner or Novice dog wishing to take gundog training forward to enable them to truly progress in a organised and logical way. 12 week course. 6 training sessions of 2.5 hours each. Private ‘questions’ facebook group included. Written clear homework sheets for the inbetween weeks. Assessment on week twelve with awards and certificates. £200 per dog.

 

* ‘Hot to Handle’ Progressive training course. Any ‘more experienced’ Intermediate dog or open dog wishing to hugely improve their handling skills, stop whistle and directional work. 12 week course. 6 training sessions of 2.5 hours each (max 10 dogs). Private Facebook ‘questions’ group session included. Written clear homework sheets for the inbetween weeks. Assessment on week twelve with awards and certificates. £200 per dog.

 

‘Handle with Care’.  A 12 week course aimed at gundogs with some training experience to take them forward, by developing an understanding of their individual personalities. Building confidence, enthusiasm or creating self control and generally improving relationships with their handlers. 6 training sessions of 2.5 hours each. Assessment on week twelve with awards and certificates. £200 per dog.

 

Please do contact me to register your interest in any of the above at any time from now onwards. Places will be limited so they will be based on a ‘first come first served basis’.

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Bookings and further information on our Facebook Group:   https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/205167992863918/

Contact: Diana Stevens: 01903 755963 / 0771 4458944
wylanbriarlabs@aol.com

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 ”Have had so much help from Di in getting a wayward dog on the straight and narrow, after each lesson I go home feeling more positive ”

Kitty Keeley

“Even before I meet Di I knew from her responses to my questions via email that she was welcoming and inclusive. I wanted to train my lab as after all he was breed for it.  But as a vegetarian who only agreed with the less traditional methods I felt like I wouldn’t be welcomed. I was totally wrong. Yes Di trains seriously committed working gundogs but I’ve also been welcomed.  I may fall into the fundog category at the moment but as I have thoroughly enjoyed the training days I have decided to take my new puppy to the next level and progress to the more demanding classes.  I am so glad to have found Wylanbriar.”

Mrs A. Cambridgeshire

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