Happy Paws
Dog Training Society
NR34 7QN
Formerly known as The Lowestoft Alsatian & Dog Training Society,  Happy Paws has dog training sessions at Broads Equestrian Centre, Barnby, NR34 7QN (Multimap Link on Left) on Monday evenings (except Bank Holidays). There are classes for puppies and beginners as well as more advanced classes. There are no fixed programmes of lessons, dogs and handlers may progress at their own pace to the level that they wish. The emphasis is on making dog training fun for both the dogs and the handlers.

Happy Paws participates in the Kennel Club Good Citizen Awards. If you are interested in what our club has to offer please come along to the Broads Equestrian Centre on a Monday evening at 1845 for 1900 (7pm) for an introductory talk which will include details of what our classes involve and our fees etc. You will also be able to discuss any particular problems or concerns you may have regarding your dog.
Happy Paws at Broads Equestrian Centre.
Classes are held Monday evenings, except bank holidays, from 1800 to 2100

Please arrive promptly as gates/roller shutter doors must be kept closed during classes and will only be open for 15 minutes before classes.

Puppy classes & Top Class: 1800 - 1845     (Gates/Doors open from 1745 - 1800)
Introductory Talks - Please arrive between 1845 & 1900, without dogs, for introductory talk
Bronze Class: 1900 - 1945                          (Gates/Doors open from 1845 - 1900)
Silver & Gold Classes: 2000 - 2045             (Gates/Doors open from 1945 - 2000)
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We are looking to recruit some more 'Dog Ambassadors' with regards to our project with Carlton Marshes and the Suffolk Wildlife Trust.  A lot of you attended Phil's presentation in October and have expressed an interest. Please let Mark know either by email or seeing him on a Monday if you are interested.  After attending a brief training workshop at Carlton Marshes, all you will be required to do is speak to dog handlers when you are out walking your dog at Carlton Marshes. This will really help our goal of balancing walking here but maintaining the wildlife breeding numbers at this great location.
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Monday 9th September - There will be no training due to shortage of trained instructors.