Dog School Hampshire

Dog School Hampshire

Welcome to Dog School Hampshire! Dogs Trust Dog School courses are designed to help owners to understand their dog's behaviour and teach them the basic skills they need for everyday life. Like being able to relax in different settings, meeting people and/or dogs politely, having manners around food, being handled/groomed calmly, coming back when called and walking nicely on lead. Every dog is an individual and learns at a different pace and our classes are kept to a maximum of six dogs, so we are able to guide each owner and their dog individually. We also help owners to understand how their dog learns and 'read' what their dog is telling them, to help prevent problem behaviours.

We are always pleased to talk to owners about what every dog needs for a happy and balanced life. Our goal is to enable owners and dogs to enjoy their lives together.

Our classes

Monday (50 mins)

12:00 and 13:00

Botley Centre, SO30 2ES

Tuesday (50 mins)

17:30, 18:30 and 19:30

Eastney Community Centre, PO4 9SU

Wednesday (50 mins)

17:30, 18:35 and 19:45 

Dogs Trust Salisbury, SP4 0HW

Saturday (50 mins)

09:00, 10:00 and 11:10

Lindford Village Hall, GU35 0RD

Tell us a bit more about you and your dog below

Your details

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Dog details

Behaviour with people

How does your dog react to new people you meet?

Behaviour with dogs

How does your dog react when he or she meets other dogs?

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Get in touch

T: 01329 448243

T: 07388 377376

Please email us with your enquiry at: hampshiredogschool@dogstrust.org.uk

Trainers' profiles

Iain has been running his own training business training dogs and owners in a classroom and 1-2-1 setting. He is passionate about setting both owners and dogs for success, empowering them with knowledge and understanding to help them live a happy life together.

 

His favourite breed is the Border Collie and is currently sharing life with Bella. She can often be seen at training and behaviour seminars and workshops that Iain attends throughout the year. He enjoys working with the many different breeds that come through the classes and the diversity they bring with them.

 

Iain is a full assessed member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers UK (MAPDT 01248) and a registered Animal Training Instructor with the Animal Behaviour and Training Council. He is constantly attending workshops and seminars to keep his knowledge of training, behaviour and welfare up to date.

Janey has previously worked in rescue shelters, on sheep farms and in pet shops.  She graduated with her BSc in Animal Behaviour and Welfare from the University of Bristol in 2014, receiving special commendation for her behavioural assessment exam, and has studied alongside some of the leading experts in canine behaviour.

 

Janey is experienced in behaviour modification through positive reinforcement and has worked with rescue, working and companion dogs. She is especially fond of bully breeds, in particular Staffies, but anything with a slobbery, jowly face will win a place in her heart.

 

She currently regards her greatest achievement in life to be the successful clicker training of both her obstinate cat and apathetic hamster. She is excited to join the Dog Trust Dog School and is keen to use her skills and knowledge to help owners and their pets achieve a happier future together

Imogen is very excited to join the Dogs Trust Dogs School. She has recently completed her Animal Management qualification at college and is now a student member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers.

 

At home Imogen owns a Border Collie cross Springer Spaniel called Malcolm. He was adopted from Dogs Trust in 2010. Malcolm inspired Imogen to look deeper into dogs and has since trained him to do many tricks. The best being ‘spin’ which he enjoys the most! 

 

She is most interested in fearful dogs, and her favourite breed is the Labrador Retriever. She continues to complete courses and attends seminars/workshops to improve her knowledge even further.

Our blog

And they called it Puppy Love!


The cutest case of puppy love this year!.

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Success for Mumbo with Dog School Hampshire!


With help from our classes, Mumbo has built his confidence along with his owner’s.

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Remember, remember your dogs this November


It’s the time of the year that firework displays start and continue until New Year. Many of us enjoy watching fireworks, but for some dogs the noises of fireworks are scary. How can we help our dogs through this time?

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