Covid 19 Statement

May time table

Due to the recent corona virus outbreak we are currently unable to offer our face to face services and are unsure when we will be able to reopen these. Especially as we work with many medically fragile individuals our priority is, as it always has been, to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our young people. we will continue to monitor the situation, work in line with government guidelines and also liaise with the families we support to ensure we are also offering services in line with the recommendations specific families have received from the NHS. Many of our families and indeed the trainer, Heather are considered extreme risk of COVID19 and are required to shield for a minimum of 12 weeks, meaning that when other organisations restart practical sessions we may still need to wait longer before safe for our trainer and customers to regather face to face. BUT while our face to face is paused we have ramped up our virtual services to ensure minimum disruption possible to your canine adventures with us! Until further notice service avalibility will be published on a monthly basis. 

Who we help

The majority of our services including our assistance dog and skill specific canine assisted activity program are for under 25's with any additional needs & their families. We also offer puppy training and community activity sessions as well as some assistance and general virtual dog training programs which are open to all.

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How & Where

Our Assistance dog program is open to UK residents. Most training can be undertaken online or in our Nottinghamshire based classes however all assistance dog customers need to travel to Nottingham for public access assessments. All other virtual services are open to the UK and beyond. Finally, we also offer training days across the east midlands and Paws in Tents training Camp in Norfolk annually. 

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