Proprioception training is closely linked to agility. However, it is a great activity to do with all puppies and dogs.
The movements are slow and steady and helps your dog to think more about their body.
In agility if we work on a dog’s proprioception training it can prevent them knocking poles and potentially injuring themselves.
For puppies and adolescent dogs it is great for their bodies and minds. It slows them down with their movements, builds their strength and their confidence working on different surfaces.
As we work the dogs on both sides this helps with balanced muscle tone.
Who should attend?
Anyone who is looking for a different activity to do with their dog that will work both their mind and body.
The slower pace helps to build focus and calm around equipment.
These sessions are suitable for puppies from 12 weeks of age and any age dog.
Sessions can take place evenings and Saturdays. Daytime Monday – Thursday during term time.
5th September 2023 – 19th October 2023
6th November 2023 – 14th December 2023
2nd January 2024 – 8th February 2024
26th February 2024 – 4th April 2024
22nd April 2024 – 30th May 2024
17th June 2024 – 31st July 2024
The cost is £100 for 4 x 30 minute training sessions.
If you want to come along and try it out before committing to 4 sessions the cost is £30 for a half-hour trial.
How to Book
Click on the button below to send an email to book your sessions.