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The training centre is now closed and will reopen on Wednesday  3rd November.

Puppy Foundation- Tuesday 17th August at 6pm - Fully booked.


'Code of conduct' for Private sessions during Covid-19
This 'code of conduct' has been developed to help all people understand and respect arragements for maintaining 'Social Distancing' at the training centre 'Covid-19'.

Social distancing standards of behaviour and expectations:

  • Anyone showing symptoms or sharing a household with anyone who does must not attended training and must get tested as well as self-isolationg for 14 days until the results are all clear. The symptoms are:
  1. High temperature.
  2. New continuous cough
  3. A loss or change to your sense of smell or taste
  • ‘Social Distancing’ to be maintained at all times keeping everyone safe.
  • Only come to the training centre door/shutter at your actual session time to allow people to leave the training centre safely and to allow the opportunity for sterilising of door handles, equipment etc.
  • If you arrive earlier than your appointment time please stay in your car or take your dog for little walk maintaining 2 metre distance at all times.
  • Please leave promptly after your session to ensure you can safely go to your car maintaining 2 metre distance.
  • Social safety distance will be maintained at all times within the training centre, therefore polite dog greetings cannot take place at this current time.
  • Everyone must please bring their own mask to wear. 
  • Hand soap and paper towels will be avaliable to wash and dry your hands if required to prevent any spreading of the virus or possible contamination of the equipment used.
  • Everyone who attends dog training does so at their own risk and are responsible for their own health.
  • Respect people’s space, keep apart, keep safe!

 Code of Conduct for group classes during Covid-19
       · Everyone’s Health and Safety is  top priority, so if everyone can adhere to the following we are doing our best to achieve this. Remember prevention is better than the cure!
       · Everyone must please bring their own mask to wear.
       · A two meter distance must be kept at all times so that the social distancing requirements are implemented.
       · You will be asked to train in a given area, this must be followed at all times please to avoid any physical contact.
       · Door handles must not be touched so I will open and close doors for everyone and you will need to remain standing throughout the session please.
       · Hand soap and paper towels will be available to wash and dry your hands if required to prevent any spreading of the virus or possible contamination of any equipment used.
       · Anyone showing symptoms or sharing a household with anyone who does must not attended training and must get tested as well as self-isolating for 14 days until the results are clear.

  • The symptoms are:

o   High temperature

o   New continuous cough

o   A loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

         · Please stick to timing and a prompt departure and please only come to the shutter door at actual session time and no sooner. If you arrive early you must stay in the car or at least two meters            away to maintain social distancing.

    · Everyone who attends dog training does so at their own risk and are responsible for their own health.

Respect people's space, keep apart, keep safe!

·               The ‘Code of Conduct’ will be reviewed continuously and adapted to meet the government guidelines if required


REMEMBER, REMEMBER THE 5TH OF DECEMBER IS A TIME FOR HUMANS - NOT DOGS!!

 
 
Preparations for your dogs on this night:
1) Take your dogs for a walk when it is still daylight and well before any fireworks are likely to begin, don't worry if your dog misses his/her evening walk (1 missed walk won't harm your dog, but taking them out at the wrong time could take a long time to overcome!)
2) Keep doors and windows closed, curtains shut too.
3) Check your microchip details are up to dare, a scared dog who gets out is more likely to be reuinted if they are microchipped.
4) Give your dog a den to hide in if they so desire.
5) Play music with a repetitive beat to help mask the sound.
6) Do not comfort an anxious dog as this can escalate the behaviour even more.
7) Never punish your dog- it's not their fault that they are scared. Loud bangs, flashing lights, burning fires are things only a human can love!
 
Please keep your beloved dogs safe tonight!
 
ANTIFREEZE WARNING! FOR PER OWNERS FROM THE ANIMAL HEALTH TRUST

Antifreeze, can kill our pets.

The dangerous toxin 'ethylene glycol' found in antifreeze can make its way onto the ground through dripping and leakage.
Because of its sweet taste, the antifreeze is licked and ingested by our pets.
Antifreeze poisoning can affect the brain, liver and kidneys of our pets and is often fatal.

COMMON SIGNS OF ANTIFREEZE POISONING.........
Vomiting, increased urination, excessive drinking, seizures(fits), in-coordination, panting/heavy breathing.

AHT say - Please note there are other signs of antifreeze poisoning, so stay vigilant.

If you suspect your pet has been poisoned, seek veterinary help IMMEDIATELY. 
                       
                                                   
PARVOVIRUS ALERT

What is Parvovirus?

Parvovirus is an airborne virus which is highly contagious and is spread from dog to dog by direct contact or indirect contact via their faeces.
It can be especially severe in puppies that are not vaccinated.
Common signs include; Sever vomiting and dysentery, respiratory or cardiovascualr faliure.

Don't put your dogs life at risk - 'Don't delay, vaccinate today!!!

 



 

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