We have helped many owners with their dog's social problems. Can we help you too?
We understand that not all families can afford costly one to one home visits, so let us help your best friend be the best!
We are a family orientated dog club, so why not get every member of your family involved?
DOG is a not for profit club. Some of our income and all of our fundraising goes to local charities and worldwide dog protection groups.
From April 2018 - April 2019 we have raised £2,100 for our chosen yearly charities. This money will be split between 3 charities, Service Dogs UK, K9-Angels and Children's Hospice South West.
Each month all DOG trainers update their dog handling skills at a meeting to ensure that they are giving the best service to our members. They all specialise in puppy training, advance dog handling and helping owners with their dog's social problems.
We believe in praise and rewards in our training methods. There is no room for raised voices, it does not work!
We do not allow the use of choke chains at this club. We want our dogs to behave because they want to, not because they have to.
No dog or human is ever turned away from DOG without the offer of help.
We have the social side too. If you would like to make friends and would like to give your dog an evening out why not come and join DOG. Remember, no dog is too old to learn a new trick!
We are fully insured for the safety of all our members and their dogs. We are members of the Kennel Club.
We run the dog show at the popular Dunkerton Village Fair so you may have already met us.
We charge £15 to become a member. This will include three weeks training and help towards Insurance and Kennel Club fees. After 3 weeks, there is a cost of £2.50 per week.