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Have you a bad dog, a problem dog? If you think you have a problem dog at the end of your lead then stop and think - your dog has a problem person on the end of its lead - someone who is not sending the right signals to the dog, someone who is not communicating to the dog what is wanted. This is where dog training classes come in - to help with the communication - to train the person to train the dog!


The City of Belfast Dog Training Club holds classes on Wednesday evenings in Braniel Community Centre, Warren Grove, Belfast BT5 7JN.

(There is a car park behind the centre, at the recycling point.)


Classes

  • Puppy (7.30pm each week)
  • Bronze (8.15pm each week)
  • Other = "Silver & Gold" or Open (9.15pm alternate weeks)

17th Aug: Puppy, Bronze, Open

24th Aug: Puppy, *** Bronze test *** 

Another opportunity for those who were unsuccessful at the recent bronze test. Practice those stays! There will be a puppy class as usual, followed by the bronze test/class. Bronze test participants should turn up at 7.45pm.

31st Aug: Puppy, Bronze, Silver & Gold

7th Sept: Puppy, Bronze, Open

The Silver and Gold classes (9.15pm) are for those pursuing the Kennel Club silver and gold Good Citizen awards respectively. The Open training class is open to any member regardless of their main class. Puppy (7.30pm) and Bronze (8.15pm) classes are held on Wednesday evenings every week, as demanded by the rate of development of young dogs. All dogs are expected to start in one of these two classes.


The first week is free, a "taster." Thereafter membership is necessary with an annual subscription fee (£15) and a weekly fee (£3) for classes attended. (Half-price junior and senior membership is available for those aged <16 or >65.)

Which class should you join?

Suppose someone asks “how old is your dog?” If you give the age in weeks ( “it is 16 weeks” ) then the puppy class is definitely the one for you. However, if you’ve stopped counting weeks and started giving the age in months ( “it is 9 months”) then the bronze class may be more suitable. Over a year old, the bronze class is the one.

Don’t wait until you have problems, bring your pup to the puppy class as soon as you can (after it has had its jabs.) If it’s no longer a young pup, join the “bronze” class.


Questions?

If you have any questions it is likely that they have been asked before and the answer is on the  Puppy or Bronze page.  Browse.
Answer not there? Then ...
  • phone Alex (bronze and other dogs) on 028 9059 1911 (after 6.00pm)