Intermediate Obedience Clicker Training Course
Clicker training is an operant conditioning method that we like to encourage our clients to use in our obedience courses. The clicker is used as a marker of the correct behaviour that our dogs have demonstrated. We shape the dogs behaviour in a kind and gentle way ensuring all dogs are calm and happy whilst they learn.
This class is suitable for dogs who have completed our novice obedience clicker training course. It is a continuation of the training that you have completed so far.We will cover the following and you will be assessed at the end of the course:
- Sit, down and stand from a distance
- Heelwork off lead
- Sit and down in motion
- Stay: circle around dog for 2 minutes at a minimum of two paces away.
- Recall from a distraction (person, food or toy)
- Come in close
- Targetting – transfer to a target
- Lay flat
- Chin – progress to lap
Places are restricted to 6 per class.
All dogs must be friendly and able to work in small groups with other dogs.
Pre-booking is essential through our online booking system. Places will not be guaranteed without payment. We now accept all major credit cards for online bookings.
Vaccinations: All puppies and dogs attending classes must be fully vaccinated and proof of vaccination must be shown at your first class. Should you choose not to vaccinate, a letter stating your dog’s blood titre levels must be presented on headed paper and signed by your veterinary surgeon. If you choose these routes, Paws 4 Training will not be held responsible for any illness your dog may contract whilst training with Paws 4 Training at our training centre. *EXCEPTION – Puppies attending socialisation / training classes will be accepted after having their first vaccination.*
We only use kind and gentle methods in our training classes and 1-2-1’s and do not allow the use of choke (check) chains, slip leads or collars or half choke (check) collars, non-pull harnesses or flexi leads.
Class dates and times may be subject to change
To book a place on this course, please click the button below.
Upcoming start dates
Saturday 4th January 12noon
Monday 6th January 2030