We have moved outdoors

Well that’s it we have now moved outdoors for the spring and summer season!

All the (winter) agility equipment has also migrated back from the indoor school to home so they can be cleaned and repaired before the next winter season.

I now have opened an agility foundation class for junior dogs, two agility beginners classes and a competition class. A new puppy class will be starting in May.

I also provide some one to one sessions on request.

If you are interested by any of these classes don’t hesitate to contact me!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

I just would like to wish you all a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

I am now heading back for France for a couple of weeks and I am looking forward to train you all next year!

If you need to contact me, please drop me an email, I will answer to all communication when I get back, week of the 6th of January.


Training with Dianne Talbot – 29/30 March 2014

I am organising a training week end with Dianne Talbot at my house on the 29/30 March. I have just a few spaces left so if you are interested please contact me as soon as possible.

For people who do not know Dianne, She has been my coach for the past 12 years and will continue to be when my new pup will be joining our house hold.

Being the first person winning 2 Agility Champion titles in the UK,  Dianne is in my eyes one of the best trainers in the North East with numerous of her trainees winning Championship tickets and Agility Champion titles. She has been a major influencer for agility training and handling style in Scotland and Northern England

Should you be a beginner or an experienced handler, you will benefit by the training sessions.

If you are interested, just drop me an email.

A warm welcome to CANINE Pawsibilities

After years of globe trotting, those who know me may be surprised to find out that rather than settle down, I have decided to embark on a new adventure called CANINE Pawsibilities.

For those who do not know me, I would like to introduce 4 of my partners in crime: Midge, Mollo, Manouk and Mozzie. Will you be able to recognise them?