Cambridge Canine Education Group

 

 

 

 Where, When & Who to Contact

From Puppy Socialising and Basic Training
to Advance Companion Dog Training

Outside Training Classes with CCEG

COVERING THE

CAMBRIDGE

IMPINGTON - HISTON AND SURROUNDING

AREA

Our Classes are held throughout the year every Saturday & Sunday morning
from 10.30am on our training field at Impington.

 

 

Indoor Puppy Classes with PuppySteps

COVERING HARDWICK - CAMBOURNE - CALDECOTE

  AND SURROUNDING

AREA

 


 PuppySteps Classes run by Jan & Tracey 

at

Caldecote Village Institute Hall,  Caldecote. near Cambourne.

They offer a 6 week Puppy Classes here every Thursday evening from 6.00pm in most cases you never have to wait longer than 3 weeks to join a class

www.pdtc.co.uk

  Puppy Indoor Classes at Caldecote on Thursday evenings

For more information on the Courses, date and time of the next one and to book a place email Jan at classes@pdtc.co.uk or better still Phone her on 01954 719588

Indoor Classes at Caldecote have now stopped for the Summer

 

 

Contact Details

Venue

CCEG
Impington.

PuppySteps
at Caldecote Village Hall

When?

Saturday and Sunday mornings most weekends

Thursday evenings

 

Where?

Outdoor training field.

Indoors

Do I have to book?

No

Yes
these are 6wk courses

Contact nos.

Mary
01223560408

Alan
07771924375

email alan@cceg.co.uk

 

Jan
01954719588

email classes@pdtc.co.uk

 

 

Puppy class

10.30am – 11.15am Sats & Suns

6.00pm 7.15pm & 8.10pm  

Beginners 1& 2

10.30am – 11.15am Sats & Suns

 

Junior

10.30am – 11.15am Sats & Suns

 

Small dog class

11.45am - 12.30pm, Sats

 

Intermediate 1 & 2

11.45am – 12.30pm Sats & Suns

 

 

 

 


The Following is Information for the CCEG Impington Classes

Do I need to attend every week?
Classes at Impington  are on going, so you don't have to commit to attending every week - although it is best if you can in the Puppy & Beginner's Classes. Classes at Caldecote are offered as 6 week one off starter Courses.

What do I need to bring?
Your Puppy or Dog!.. &...their vaccination certificate..... lead & collar (extendable leads are not the best kind to use in training  - a 4 to 6 foot long lead and collar is best to start with. Some treats your dog really likes - (the one's that can be broken in to small pieces are best).

Who Can Join?
Puppies and dogs of all ages are welcome to join our classes -  However due to the style of classes we hold we are unable to offer class places to adult dogs that are over reactive to other dogs and or people. If you have a dog with these or other serious behaviour problems than its advisable to seek 1to1 help from a Canine Behaviourist.

If you consider you have a reactive dog we are happy to assess your dog and offer free help and advice on its suitability of joining our classes or getting 1to1 help.

  We have a great group of dogs and people training in our classes, a pleasant venue and always a number of classes running at the same time and as much as all the Instructors want to help dogs with problems – A class situation is not the best place for over reactive dogs – It becomes a very stressful place for the dog, the owner, and every other dog and owner attending

Fees for weekly classes at cceg Impington

An initial * Registration fee is payable on joining (this includes your first week's training fee and information sheets). Thereafter you just pay a weekly training fee each session you attend.

* Registration/Membership is renewable every year - this is free for the life of your dog(s) subject to current conditions of membership.

If you are interested in joining one of our classes you are welcome to come along see what and how we do things and if you like what you see and hear and want to join a class only then will you be asked to register.

If you decide that you would like to join please be aware that we don’t allow anyone under 16 to train in our classes at Impington This is because we feel that in most cases it is unfair to both the young person and the dog – (Dog training being one of the few learning processes where normally there is two inexperience individuals – one at each end of the lead).

Free help and advice is offered by phone (Alan 07771924375) on training and/or behaviour problems. Please be aware that without seeing the dog any such advice can only be a generalisation based on pass experience and is offered as an opinion only.

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