Good Manners

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Teaching good manners helps prevent over excitement, over attachment and separation anxiety, all of which can lead to aggression towards humans and dogs and or destructive behaviour including barking, howling and fowling. Prevention is better than the cure! Teach puppies/dogs to sit for everything Inflatables Canada before you interact with […] Read more »

Margeret Kembry

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I first met Judith in mid 2005 when I spotted her running one of her gundog training sessions on Alfreton Park. My pack of Dalmatians had become rather out of hand and although perfectly well behaved in the show ring they were unruly and disobedient when out on walks. Judith’s […] Read more »

Katie Taylor

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I met Judith when I was about 11. Although I knew her as the lady who had helped my mum & dad with their rescued German Shepherd 4 years earlier I didn’t really get to know her till I had my own first dog Tom. He was a rescued weimaraner […] Read more »

Julie Johnson

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This is just a note to say a big thank you for the time and the trouble you went to for Jay and myself in your excellent classes. I could only achieved what I did with Jay because you made allowances for my illness in letting me sit down etc. […] Read more »

Hazel and Eddie

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Eddie and I would like to thank you for your help in training us both, so that we can enjoy our life together. During the summer months we will not be attending any classes, but hope that we may be able to return in the Autumn. I do hope everyone […] Read more »

John Henson

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I first met Judith Pownall by joining her dog training class with my Labrador bitch ‘Holly’. At this time Holly was a very excitable puppy causing me many problems in training, but with Judiths patient and expert guidance, Holly achieved Bronze, Silver and Gold awards with the Kennel Clubs Good […] Read more »