Puppy Training Classes

Tuesdays  @ 6:30pm

The course costs £90.00 for six sessions. You will be guided through this by Tamsin-Jane Sewell, BA Hons Professional Practice in Canine Behaviour and Psychology, alongside Norman’s in-house instructors that are also CIDBT qualified.

The lessons are taken in a really fun environment, here we will teach life skills and practical elements that will help you and your puppy develop into adulthood. We accept puppies from as early as 12 weeks up to 6 months of age. We use reward based training methods with the emphasis on encouraging positivity. The course includes some starter treats and a whole host of useful information to help you and your puppy.

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We Cover the Following in Class

  • Vet Check
  • Socialisation
  • Grooming
  • Sit, Down
  • Gate Control
  • Out and About
  • Food Manners both Dog and Human
  • Meeting and greeting when out and about
  • Settling
  • Teething
  • Confidence skills
  • Exposure to pedal bikes, push chairs and motor bikes (weather dependant) and agricultural machinery
  • Car safety
  • Reward system, bringing the best out in your puppy
  • Diet and poisonous foods and plants.

Next Canine First Aid Course

Show your dog how much you care!

Working together with Darren Wailes from PPP First Aid, our informative and, above all, enjoyable and unpressured course has been well received – with excellent feedback from previous attendees.

We start at 10:00am on the Saturday and finish at 1:00pm.

You will have the opportunity to practise and learn from both Tamsin-Jane and Darren – who has a wealth of experience from working with the East of England Ambulance Service and his own First Aid event and training business.

You get a quality colour manual written by Darren, containing masses of information and colour illustrations, practice dressings, quality certificate and the opportunity to buy other First Aid products on the day. With light refreshments included too, the course is just £40 per person.

Please contact Norman’s Dog Day Care or Tamsin-Jane for more information or to book a place on the course. You can also email: [email protected].

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Cynophobia

Not only do we cater for us ‘Cynophiles’ (Dog Lovers) here at Norman’s Dog Day Care, but we now do courses for those who suffer from Cynophobia too.

Cynophobia is defined as ‘An abnormal fear of dogs’ and can have a considerable effect on some peoples’ lives. Norman’s Dog Day Care is pleased to announce that we now offer a fully structured and successful course to help sufferers overcome and beat this phobia.

During these structured lessons, you will learn to use techniques to suppress your anxiety levels, how to read a dog’s signals and how to behave around ‘Man’s Best Friend’.

The centre has been specifically designed to create a safe environment where sufferers can feel totally in control of their situation.

For further details, please contact us through our Contact Us page. The course is currently aimed at adults but can be tailored for teenage children too.