Puppy Walk & Train
A FREE social walk for puppies aged up to 8 months.
****The Puppy Walk is ON this Saturday.****
Check the website/Facebook on the morning of the walk, in case of cancellation due to the weather. No need to register, just turn up!
What is it?
The Puppy Walk is under an hour in duration and can be used on its own, or as a fantastic addition to puppy training classes or private training options. You can stay for just the meet and greet, or complete as much of the walk as is suitable for your pup! By combining the benefits of a social walk with support and advice from a highly qualified canine behaviourist, your pup can enjoy socialising and learning in a wonderful environment. The unique ‘Puppy Walk & Train’ began supporting canine caregivers as they raise their new family member over a decade ago and has since developed and grown to become the fantastic weekly event it is today.
- SHORT LEAD – No Extendable leads
- Training treats
- Poo bags
- Sensible footwear (The terrain is uneven in places and can be muddy and slippery in wet weather)
Who can join?
All happy, friendly puppies up to the age of 8 months that are vaccinated and cleared to walk in public by their vet are welcome to take part in the puppy walk.
Pups over 8 months can to join the Adult Dog Walk at Bradlaugh Fields.
Please do not attend if your pup is unwell in any way.
- Every Saturday (Please check the website before leaving home for notification of a cancelled walk)
- Arrive before 12:10 pm as this is when the walk begins.
- Meet in the main park on Park Avenue South opposite the entrance to Christchurch Road VIEW MAP
- What 3 Words location glad.desire.double
- No need to book.
- Suggested on-street parking NN3 3AB Text 07958 042381 if you are lost.
Booking not required!
There is no charge at all for the walk. If you wish to make a contribution, donations to Animals In Need will be very gratefully received. Just £2 per week from everyone joining my walks could raise over £3500 per year for the charity!
Any person attending ‘Puppy Walk & Train’ does so entirely at their own risk. Any person bringing a dog to ‘Puppy Walk & Train’ 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 walk 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.