fun with your dog
Intermediate Training Class (All Ages)
Want your training to get better? Done some basic training and now looking for more? Want to push you and your dog to a higher level?
This is the class for you, and you can repeat it if you wish as we will just keep giving you more things to do.
READY FOR FUN?
Next stage dog training classes in North London
Or if you have done some training somewhere else, but would like to do more.
A lot of people tell us that they did a beginners class, but it only covered the basics and they struggle when they are out and about.
Well, this is the class to push further in real life situations.
In this class we will look at:
Keeping engagement with owner when distractions are around
Recall with higher distractions
Lead walking with higher distractions
Increasing the settle on a mat with human walking away
Drop & Leave to a higher level
Increasing your confidence working with your dog
Intermediate Classes FAQ
Why Luke's Dog School?
We have small classes – a maximum of 6 pups, are fully qualified and come vet recommended.
Does my dog have to be vaccinated?
We don’t ask to see proof of vaccinations to attend our classes, but we do ask that they are fit and healthy, and it is in your interest to have them protected against any common diseases that the dog population in their area may have.
How many dogs do you have per class?
We have up to 6 dogs per class to ensure you get the attention you need.
Is my dog too young or too old?
The puppy class is 6 months & younger, the teenage class is 7 – 18 months & all other classes and workshops are for all ages.
My dog is quite nervous/scared, would classes help?
If your dog is not completely comfortable around strangers or other dogs then it is best to contact us first to discuss this.
Do you cover my area?
The great thing about classes is that you come to us, so as long as you are happy to come, we are happy to have you.
How much is it?
Scroll to the bottom of the page for class prices.
Do I need to be involved in the training?
Absolutely, we work with you and coach you to train your dog, so when you leave you can dive straight in and keep the training going.
Where does the training take place?
The classes take place in various venues and addresses, plus a link to a google map can be found on each class page and our contact page.
How do I book and then what happens?
You can see and book for all our available classes through our website under the class/workshop page. Once you have booked and paid you will receive a welcome email with all the details for that specific class.
When are the classes?
Scroll to the bottom of the page for class times available.
How long will I have to wait?
We try to run classes as often as possible so that you never have to wait that long before starting.
Can I bring my family/friends?
It is very important that everyone is consistent with your dog’s training, and that is why we allow up to three people per dog to the class.
What if I miss a session or my dog is ill or on heat?
It is very important if your dog is unwell or on heat that you don’t bring them to class, because they may make other dogs ill and they will not be in good condition for learning. You are still welcome to attend to listen and see what we are doing. We also email notes after every session so you can continue the training at home; where the results are made.
Are the classes refundable?
No, the classes are non-refundable.
Luke’s Dog School trick training classes in:
Highgate (N6) and Totteridge (N20).
The Scout Hut (Opposite Aylmer Court)
36 Badgers Croft