Archway Methodist Church, Monday & Tuesdays 7-8 pm
Navigator Sq, London N19 3TD.
Buzz the hall doorbell & we let you in.
Classes turn around every six weeks.
Classes run by Sunnie De Pass: PDTI Instructor. City & Guilds L3 Groomer
You must book and pay in advance to constitute a booking. Cheques are accepted. You can book by bank transfer (email for details) or by coming along to a class.
Please note: I take photos and videos during the class for learners to view and for the use of social medai marketing and the website. Please let me know when you sign up if you do not wish to be photographed or filmed.
Why train the Dog
The sooner you teach your pup how to behave, the easier your life will be. Most behavioral issues stem from a lack of exercise, boredom and good fundamental training in early life. Begin training as soon as you get your rescue or pup after its vaccinations, as early as eight weeks of age.
- A trained dog is a happy dog and that means a happy you.
- A trained dog is much safer to be around than an untrained dog. T
- As a dog owner, you need to be able to control your pet in all situations, whether this is within your home and especially out in public. The amended 1991 Dangerous Dogs Act (UK) in March 2014, puts more emphasis and responsibility on the owner whilst out in public or in a private dwelling and that means you must be sure of how to successfully give commands whilst the animal is on or off the lead, near you or at a distance.
“Sunnie is a wonderful Instructor and dog trainer. She helped me with Douglas my staff cross rescue. Her classes are fun, active and informative. Yes, I would recommend”. Patrick Tufnell Park
“We enjoyed the puppy classes and training with Sunnie at Archway Dogs.
Otto our schnauzer has grown to become a lovely family dog“. Mark & Fiona Merchant
“The classes with Sunnie at Archway Dogs are thorough and enjoyable. Joey is a rescue and we learned so much together. We also did several one to ones on the Heath and his recall is so much better. He’s much calmer now he understands my hand signals”. Michele Hanson, Journalist The Guardian Newspaper