The Dog Behaviour Support Group is open to a very small number of dogs, maximum of 8, this ensures that time can be spent working with each dog and owner as well as working with group as a whole.  We meet at Abington Park on selected Saturdays throughout the year. During the session we will discuss and work with every dog within the group to help move them forward with their behaviour or training struggles.  You can attend as often as you like but prior booking is essential.

The session is approximately 1.5 hours in duration and costs just £20

Who is The Dog Behaviour Support Group best suited to?

  • Adult Dogs (Sorry NO Puppies on this one).
  • Rescue dogs.
  • Dogs who have behaviour which could benefit from improvement.
  • Existing and new clients wanting direct continued support.
  • Dogs requiring supervised socialisation within a small group.

We will work with the dog behaviour or training struggles that you may have including but not limited to Hyperactivity, Reactivity, Anxiety, Problems encountering dogs or people, Pulling on the lead, Coming back when called etc. If you are unsure if the group can help you with your dog, just ask!

Contact me before booking if your dog displays a high level of reactivity around other dogs or people.
These dogs may need to be booked in for a 1-2-1 Behaviour Consultation.
Please contact me first if you are unsure.

Dog Behaviour Support Group 

  All dogs attending The Dog Behaviour Support Group MUST be pre booked by clicking on the available session bellow.
Remember we have VERY limited availability so book now to avoid disappointment.

Important Information.

Arrive before 1:30pm as this is when the walk begins.

Meet in the main park on Park Avenue South opposite the entrance to Christchurch Road  VIEW MAP 

Make sure you have booked as you will not be able to take part otherwise. 

Suggested on-street parking NN3 3AB.

Please bring the following.
SHORT LEAD – Extendable leads are not permitted to use during the session.
Training treats and treat bag
Poo bags
footwear (The terrain is uneven in places and can be muddy and slippery in wet weather)

Any person attending The Dog Behaviour Support Group does so entirely at their own risk.  Any person bringing a dog to The Dog Behaviour Support Group is entirely responsible for the actions of themselves and/or their dog(s) at all times.  Nathan Watson Dog Behaviour shall not be held responsible for any incident, accident or injury to either human or dog or for any losses or damages however they may be caused. Photos may be taken at any point during the session to be used on the internet and in marketing material.  If you wish not to be photographed just let me know at the start of the walk. Thank you.