We are a Companion Dog Training Club, formed to encourage the fun participation, teaching and enjoyment of obedience and agility training for all interested handlers and their canine companions.
Obedience and Agility is a great fun way to interact with your dog. It can help strengthen the bond between you both, provide important mental stimulation, and is good exercise for the pair of you!
Agility is suitable for most dogs, not just Border Collies! We have dogs of all shapes and sizes joining us for training. Our experienced instructors will take you through the basics of how to use the equipment and give you tips on how you both can improve and get more from your new found activity. The rest, as they say, is entirely up to you. Beware though, it’s addictive!
Come along and have a go. There’s no pressure to do any more than you want to; and the most important thing is that it remains fun for both you and your dog.
Obedience is vital for your dog, no matter what their age. We run variety of classes to help you get the most from life with your canine companion.
Our ‘Classes’ page will tell you what we do and where, and you can then go to our ‘Contacts’ page to get in touch with us to get you and your dog started.
Puppy Training Classes
Monday evenings at 5.30pm & 6.30pm
Training is vital to give your new puppy the right start in life. Our experienced instructors will guide you through the basic exercises to teach your new bundle of life, and offer tips and advice on all aspects of training. We offer a 6 week rolling training class, which means you and your puppy can join in at anytime.
For more information click on link: Puppy Classes
Monday 12th March
Obedience Training Classes are held every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
Agility Training Classes are now finished until April 2018
Whilst we will continue to maintain our flexible approach to training; due to the increased demand for places in Obedience Training Classes, especially our Beginners Classes, we can now only hold members places in their allotted classes for a period of 4 consecutive weeks should they not attend without notifying us. After that we will offer their place to another dog and handler who want to attend on a regular basis.
Membership of CCAG remains for life, but anyone wanting to resume training after a 4 week absence period, will need to contact us regarding availability.