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Are you interested in booking us for one of our courses or seminars?

Other courses

We offer private lessons, seminars and Rottweiler puppy courses

Whether you want to improve your relationship with your dog, dog management, or if you want to learn more about the dog’s anatomy and movement, we have lectures for you. We also offer private lessons in both exhibition training but also obedience and problem solving. For those of you who have a Rottweiler puppy, we recommend our puppy course for Rottweilers.

How do I book a course?

You can book and pay for your place directly online. We constantly update our web shop with current courses. It is also possible for you, your club or kennel to arrange this lecture. See contact us for more information.

Other courses

Private lessons

Sometimes you may need more of your own training to get started, then private lessons are suitable. It can be a great way for both you as the owner and your dog. Where you, just like your dog, can have a little more time to learn without the pressure of having a whole group around you.

Rottweiler puppy course

Time for a Rottweiler puppy course! This is an intensive – practical obedience and Puppy “Dog Management” course with Gerard O’Shea. Gerard will explain and go through everything you need to know to succeed with your Rottweiler puppy. The goal is that you can create an ideal relationship between you and your puppy.

The dog’s anatomy and movements

This course is aimed at all dog friends: you who have a companion dog, handler, breeder and future judge. The course provides a deep dive into the dog’s anatomy and movement schedule where Gerard describes the connection between the dog’s building, movements and functionality so that you can more easily understand how and why your dog looks and moves as it does.

Dog Management – Everyday relationship with your dog

This seminar is for you, and anyone who has a dog or dogs, regardless of breed or age. The Dog Management system explains how to nurture the relationship between the dog and you. So that you can have the life you want to live with your dog. It is not just a technology but more of a mindset.

Frequently asked questions

Can females in season participate?
No, unfortunately it is not possible to allow females in season to participate. Not only are females extra sensitive when in season. It is also takes away the possibility for young males to focus.

As with everything in dog training, we have to show respect for each other.

How much experience do I need?
You are welcome to train with us whether you are a beginner or more experienced. The only course that requires you to have trained for us before is the “Advanced competition Course”.
Do I need a show leach when training my dog?
Your dogs should wear a collar, not a harness. Show leach is can be used but is not a requirement.
What happens if it is bad weather?
Dress according to the weather! If the weather is really bad and the course is cancelled, we will announce it.
What treats/bate should I use?
We recommend you bring soft candy, preferably larger bits, approximately the size of whole meatballs.
Ensure your dog is hungry. As, it will be more difficult to train if the dog is full.
If my dog or myself is ill, is it possible to have a refund?
If you or your dog have become ill and cannot participate in a course that you booked, we will refund provided you have an up-to-date doctor or veterinary note.
My dog has had kennel cough. How long do I need to wait before attending?
If your dog or any other dog you live with has shown any symptoms of kennel cough in the two weeks prior to your booked training, you cannot participate. Veterinary note is needed for refund.
If my dog has any severe problems such as dog aggression, human aggression, extremely insecure etc. How do I let you know?
We highly recommend you inform us of any serious problem contact us to ensure you enter the correct course.
Is it anything extra I need to bring?
On weekend courses or classes longer than one hour we recommend that you bring a suitable crate for your dog, water bowl and home water. And for your comfort a camping chair.