Training Workshops 2019-09-02T12:00:15+00:00

Training Workshops

Throughout the year we run training workshops. Some of these workshops are done in house. For others we invite external trainers and behavourists to come and teach their specific skills that they offer.

Please keep an eye out for new workshops that may be added throughout the year.

We are open to suggestions for workshops that take place at our training centre. If you have any ideas of a workshop you would either like to take part in or if it is something that you offer and are looking for a venue then please get in contact with us as we are happy to host events at our training centre.

We only use kind and gentle reward based methods in all our training classes. We do not allow the use of choke chains, half choke collars, slip leads, slip collars, non-pull harnesses, shock or spray collars.

Please click on each workshop below to find out further information and to book.


These workshops have been designed to teach you how to get your puppy or dog to use its nose to find a toy or some cheese. This is an excellent form of mental stimulation. levels. (Read more)








Craig will teach you how using interactive play helps to create a unique and special experience to share with your dog. (Read more)


Are you struggling to walk your dog nicely on a loose lead?

Our 1½ hour training workshop will help you learn the skills to work on your dogs loose lead walking. (Read more)

This workshop is suitable for puppies and dogs who have completed group classes either with us or another trainer. We will help you perfect your recall. This workshop will take place at Paws In The Paddocks, Hardwick, Norfolk. (Read more)
This workshop is suitable for dogs who are currently attending agility training with us and would like to progress their dog’s weaves. (Read more)
Canine Hoopers is a relatively new low-impact sport suitable for puppies and dogs of all ages. There are no jumps in Hoopers. Instead ground level hoops are used along with tunnels and barrels. The tunnels are bigger than the ones used in agility which means that giant breed dogs will find it easier taking part in this sport. (Read more)
This workshop is suitable for dogs who have attended our novice obedience training. It is an ideal way to progress your dogs training to teach them some new tricks to impress your family and friends. (Read more)