Dog School Leeds

We are a dynamic team that has a wealth of knowledge and experience between us.  We are all passionate about building and improving bonds between dogs and their owners.   We pride ourselves on making training interesting and fun and strive to ensure our clients and their dogs have the best experience possible.  We provide a good range of training classes, seminars and workshops in local communities, which are of great benefit to people and their dogs; helping people to have dogs with good manners in the real world and to prevent problem behaviours.

Our classes

Tuesday (50 mins)

17:00, 18:00 and 19:00

College of Animal Welfare, WF3 1DR

Wednesday (50 mins)

17:00, 18:00 and 19:00

Dogs Trust Leeds, LS15 4NL

Thursday (50 mins)

 17:00, 18:00 and 19:00

Pool In Wharfedale Village Hall, LS21 1LG

(or LS21 1RY - please try both!) 

Friday (50 mins) 

17:00, 18:00 and 19:00

Dogs Trust Leeds, LS15 4NL

Saturday (50 mins)

 08:00, 09:00 and 10:00

Dogs Trust Leeds, LS15 4NL

Saturday (50 mins)

 13:00, 14:00 and 15:00

The College of Animal Welfare, WF3 1DR

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Behaviour with people

How does your dog react to new people you meet?

Behaviour with dogs

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T: 01132 814941 or 01132 814941

M: 07393 140408 or 07393 016213

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Trainers' profiles

Amy began working for Dogs Trust in 2011 in the roles of CC2 Rehomer and then CC2 Rehabilitation Trainer helping to find the centre dogs their forever homes.  After working with the centre dogs for 7 years Amy decided she wanted to spread the word about positive training and was extremely excited at the opportunity of working for Dog School. Amy is currently working towards a foundation degree in Applied Canine Behaviour and Training.  In her spare time Amy and her 4 dogs love attending scent work classes.  Amy is a keen long distance runner and she enjoys running canicross with her dogs on a weekend. 

Becky has over 10 years’ experience working with dogs in Leeds Rehoming Centre team as a Canine Carer. One of her favorite parts of the role was helping to rehabilitate the dogs by  training them to become confident, well-mannered members of our society and seeing them into their forever homes.


Becky loves to help owners build a strong bond with their dog using kind, reward-based training. She is particularly interested in self-control training, enrichment, and trick training!

Becca began working with dogs from the age of 17 when she started working part time at a boarding kennels. She travelled all the way to Aberystwyth in Wales to study further and gained a first class degree in Animal Behaviour.

After graduating she moved back home to York and spent a month walking on the wild side whilst volunteering at Flamingo Land Zoo! After this she split her time between two part time jobs at a boarding kennels and petting farm, and volunteering weekly at both Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and Dogs Trust. In February 2016 Dogs Trust offered Becca a full time job as a Canine Carer.

After three years of helping centre dogs find their forever home, Becca realised she wanted to help spread the word about positive dog training , and jumped at the chance to join Dog School!

In her spare time Becca enjoys Zumba classes and running, and cuddles with her guinea pig Elsa.

Our blog

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The Perfect Pub Dog!

Teaching your dog to settle.

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