Archive | January 2013

Can You Help? Puppy socialisers needed for top charity Medical Detection Dogs

41939241Medical Detection Dogs need caring homes to look after and socialise their puppies and young dogs during their training as medical alert dogs for anything up to 18 months, or provide long-term foster homes for their Bio-detection dogs.

They provide food and equipment for the puppy and cover all veterinary costs whilst the puppy is with you.

No experience is necessary as support and advice is provided, however, Puppy Socialisers are required to meet the following criteria:

– Attend regular local puppy training classes (if you’re in our area we provide FREE training classes for Medical Detection Dogs’ puppies)

– Be at home most of the day

– Follow positive dog training methods

– Regularly get out and about in all environments and situations socialising a puppy

– Have a secure, dog-friendly garden

– Have the time and stamina to manage an active puppy or young dog

For further information, contact Pam Jones: 01296 655888 or pam.jones@medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk

New Puppy Training Classes Start in Berkshire

Puppy Stars is back in Berkshire! The next Puppy Basic class will be starting on Wednesday 13th February at 7.30pm at the Curridge Village Hall. Katherine will be teaching the classes; a qualified vet nurse, she’s looking forward to educating plenty of new puppies!

We had regular puppy training classes running near Newbury in Berkshire for a number of years but when we moved, were just a little bit too far to continue them. It’s fantastic news that Katherine is running these classes for the puppies of Curridge and the surrounding areas!

Book online today at www.puppystars.co.uk !