Mobile and Tablet app

Online Classes

Introducing our 'Lockdown Puppy Course'. We have been working hard to get you and your puppy started on your training journey together in this difficult time.

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Training

Training

We offer training courses for every level of dog from puppy right up to advanced level. We're Kennel Club listed.

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Agility

Agility

Agility classes for dogs from 10 months. Competitive, or just enjoyment and healthy exercise.

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Gun Dogs

Gun Dogs

Gun dog classes for any age or breed. From beginners to more advanced dogs.

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Mobile and Tablet app

Mobile/Tablet

Our apps are written and hosted by The Friendly Dog Club's Angela Horsley. We currently have two apps, one for basic training and a follow up for 'the next steps'.

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Shop

Shop

Our on-line shop is where you will find our super useful jumps and hand made Flymouse / Flyball boxes

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Latest news

Challenge 5 is Leave It

now on our website so go and have a look!

We want to see as many NHS tributes on our social page (#friendlydogclubchallenge)

for next Thursday before we go out to clap👏

Everyone who is registered should have received a newsletter about the new challenge.  If you haven’t then please check your junk box.  If nothing there can you please let either Kate or myself know with your email so we can check it out and try to investigate why your newsletters are not arriving!  

Missing you all but at the same time hope you are staying safe and well. Don’t forget to spread the word about our  online courses and challenges.  Details below:

‘Lockdown Puppy Course’

The course is aimed at new puppy owners during the current lockdown situation. The course covers everything that puppies need to be learning now, plus advice on socialisation, toys and general care and free advice via phone or video chat.

‘Fun Training Challenges’

Alongside this we have launched a more advanced online training package, setting out weekly challenges, with video support. This will help everyone keep their dogs active and engaged through this difficult time. The challenges start with a basic exercise which can be extended to other more complex exercises.

We are asking everyone to share their training experiences by uploading videos and photos to Instagram and Twitter or YouTube using the hashtag #friendlydogclubchallenge. View social posts on our social wall.

The Friendly Dog Club was established in 1993 and over the years we have helped successfully train thousands of dogs to be Good Citizens and Good Companions we hope you enjoy and learn from our new online training courses.

Remember a trained dog is a happy dog.

Just click here for more details.

Angela & Kate
www.friendlydog.club

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Meet the team

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Association of Pet Dog Trainers 00247

Angela Horsley

Founder and Trainer


Angela Horsley is a Member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers 00247 and has been involved in dog training for over 30 years. She started The Friendly Dog Club in 1993 and is also founder of Pet Dog Line Dancing with a record of 61 dogs dancing together for the Royal Variety Club of Great Britian in 1999.

Kate Hurcombe KCAI(CD)

Trainer


Kate Hurcombe has worked with dogs for many years and is especially involved in rescue dogs working closely with Dorset Animal Workers Group. Joined the club in 2003 and then in 2006 agreed to join the training team. Kate is also a trainer for assistance dogs with Dog A.I.D.

Photograph of Kate Hurcombe
Photograph of Kate Hurcombe

Kate Hurcombe

Trainer


Kate Hurcombe has worked with dogs for many years and is especially involved in rescue dogs working closely with Dorset Animal Workers Group. Joined the club in 2003 and then in 2006 agreed to join the training team. Kate has a KCAI(CD) qualification.

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Ann Corbett

Trainer


Ann Corbett has been involved in training for many years. She joined the club when it started and has enjoyed being part of the training team for some years.

Sarah Williams

Agility Trainer


Sarah Williams joined the club when her dog Bella was a pup 6 years ago and has been coming pretty much constantly since. She started training Bella for agility 4 years ago and they have been competing for 2 years. She also has a young collie called Ed who she's begun training.

Photograph of Sarah Williams
Photograph of Sarah Williams

Sarah Williams

Agility Trainer


Sarah Williams joined the club when her dog Bella was a pup 6 years ago and has been coming pretty much constantly since. She started training Bella for agility 4 years ago and they have been competing for 2 years. She also has a young collie called Ed who she's begun training.

Photograph of Gemma Green

Gemma Cox

Gun Dog Trainer


Gemma has had family dogs all her life and has been working with them for many years. Gemma joined the club in 2007 with her first dog and starting helping with classes by 2008. All of her dogs have been through the club and have loved it. She is now going through the training stages to hopefully obtain her IMDT accreditation

How to find us

We're lucky enough to have our own premises at Long Meadow, Barton on Sea with special non slip flooring and all our training equipment to hand. The Dog House, Long Meadow, Becton Lane, Barton-on-Sea, Hampshire. The nearest poscode is BH25 7TL