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ACTIVITIES FOR YOU AND YOUR DOG

GIVE YOUR BEST FRIEND THE EXPERIENCES THEY DESERVE

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WORKING DOG TRAINING

Working dogs, such as retrievers and spaniels, are highly intelligent and thrive when trained to use their natural abilities. These high-energy dogs require not only physical but also mental stimulation to stay healthy and happy. Providing them with challenging tasks and activities can help break bad habits at home and lead to a more relaxed dog. Working dog training can also help owners understand their dog better and create a stronger bond.

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Lesley and Laura, who are both experienced trainers, as well as competitors in working dog competitions, train working dogs from 12 weeks old in their puppy class, and from 12 months old train as part of a group session or 121, depending on what level you would like to train towards.

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DOGGY SWIM CLUB

Doggy swim club began in spring 2023 and has become one of the most popular activities at the Farm. Guided by Sarah Rose Dog Training, your dog will experience the ultimate social event. Whether you have a nervous pooch or a happy run and dive doggo, swim club delivers a low impact exercise, perfect for dogs with joint issues, as well as helping your dog socialise. 

Swim club takes place on Saturday's at the main Redwood Lake.

If you would like to book Doggy Swim Club please click on one of the links below, the links will taking through to the booking page. Please ensure your dog has good recall before booking.

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DOGGY PADDLE BOARDING 

Sarah Rose Dog Training is a well known and trusted name in the local area for delivering a range of training for your dogs needs. Sarah works with all breeds, training you and your dog with common commands, supporting you with dog behavioural problems to the excitement of doggy swim club and doggy paddle boarding.

To book on to doggy paddle boarding click the link below. Please ensure you read the rules and ensure you have the correct equipment.

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