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Red Dog Training
Welcome to Red Dog Training, based in Bishop's Stortford. Here you will find a dedicated and professional team of trainers who love teaching as much as they love dogs.
Red Dog Training and all its classes are centred firmly around Positive Reinforcement Training, a force-free, reward-based training method that consistently produces happy and healthy dogs of all breeds and ages.
So if you and your dog think we are what you need, please do get in touch. Don't be shy: we look forward to meeting you.
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Where are we?
Classes take place in our large and fully secure Training Field (seating provided). Orientation sessions and seminars are conducted in our indoor classroom. Certain practical lessons may also take place in the classroom.
Red Dog Training clients can park in the BSSC rear car park. Please be aware that sometimes sporting events do run at the same time as our classes, especially at weekends, and this can impact on parking. We advise adding some extra time to your journey to accommodate this.
We run classes in most weathers so make sure you and your dog are appropriately attired. If adverse weather conditions (or other reasons beyond our control) force us to cancel classes you will be notified ahead of your scheduled time, and it will also be announced on our social media. Cancelled classes will be rescheduled at the earliest opportunity.
If you are unable to attend a class, please notify us as early as possible.
Please use the Public Footpath between the car park and the Training Field; dog walking is not permitted by BSSC on its designated sporting fields.
Survive the early days of puppy madness!
Before your puppy arrives, get top advice right from the get-go: what to buy, how to potty train, and everything else you'll need to know.
Does your dog seem aggressive towards other dogs?
Have your walks lost their fun?
Is your dog often anxious and easily stressed?
This is the class for you!
Preparing for a Puppy?
Is your dog "antisocial"?