Andrea Phillips Dog Training

Andrea Phillips Dog Training




Thank you for choosing Puppy School South Lakes. Classes cover socialisation and basic training for puppies aged between 12 and 20 weeks. Puppies must be over 12 wks and have had their 2nd vaccine before the start of class.
The classes are 1 hr long and are run over a 6 wk course. They are fun, easy, friendly and small in numbers so you and your puppy can get the most from your experience.(maximum 6 puppies)
Puppies are taught using positive reinforcement in a force free and calm manner. You can check out www.puppyschool.co.uk for more information and some very helpful hints and tips for doing the best for your new addition.
The classes are held in Lindal Village Hall. They are 12 per class but need to be booked in a course of 6. To register your puppy and to secure your place I need the following details.
? If you are a Mr Miss or Mrs
? Full Name
? Address with postcode
? Email address for correspondence
? Puppies name
? Breed
? D.O.B.
Once I register you then Puppy School will send you a welcome email and request for payment. Once payment has been received you will receive confirmation of your place and a Manual will be posted out containing all 6 lesson plans. Please make sure you have been registered on the correct course date and time.
If you need any more information my mobile is 07468601127.


The next class start date is Tuesday 21st March @ 6.30pm





Kind Regards Andrea x


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Posted on 29 July, 2014 at 13:30

Hello everyone. Time has flown since my last entry. Business is so busy right now. From the word go it went crazy! Thanks to all my new and existing clients and their fab pets. I am loving this. So whats been happening? Zeus has lost 3 teeth! How? you ask. Well basically because he is a complete tool! 1 canine and 2 incissors down his good looks haven't been comprimised, thankfully, until he pants, then he looks like a hill billy!! The vet said!!!! soft foods only for 10days until we check his stitches. I wondered if a jenga block and a permanent marker constitute as SOFT foods!!?? Apparently Zeus thinks they do. The vet does not! I have to stop him eating bricks apparently. Hmmm!? Went on a Business Course last week. Get me! was expecting Snoresville from Snoreland, but alas I was wrong! Its was really interesting. Met some lovely people and learnt some pretty cool things about cashflow forecasts. Honestly it was a massive learning curve for me but hey knowledge is power and power is......best suited to Iron man. Also feel my job would be so much easier if some dogs did not want to hump every dog, male or female, regardless of size and stability!! Not mentioning any names!!! Although Albert Humpalot is not named such because he is serenely asexual at all times. No he is a sex pest of the dog world and should be on some sort of list! Even the most well behaved dogs have a weakness at some point for another dog and want to hump it. My old girl Anna for instance has usually no interest in other dogs. Sometimes when we have K9 visitors it takes all of her effort to slide from the sofa and give them a sniff. Except for Phoebe! Well when Phoebe arrives the old girl springs into life and constantly wants to hump her!! Poor Phoebe, she is so patient. Not only do I empty her anal glands but she is molested by my dog, who has arthritic hips by the way!, to within an inch of her life. Yet she still runs in wagging her tail. Bless her she is an angel. They do make me laugh. I was sitting with friends the other week and we were talking about meeting men, as you do with a couple of glasses of wine down you. Someone said, remember that film with J-Lo, she was a dog walker and she met that lovely man. Yes I said I remember that film. When J-Lo went walking she looked stunning, as always, perfectly natural make up, beautifully tousled hair blowing in the wind, long slender legs running along like some kind of goddam gazelle. HOWEVER!! I have hair that sticks up like a minion, after the purple potion!! and on a hot day sticks to my face with sweat. If I have dogs in both hands then I can't push my glasses up after they have slipped down my nose either with rain or sweat! so they end up wonky and I can't see a thing. Sometimes I don't notice until I get home that I have dog snot stuck to my cheek, and a poo bag in my pocket. I have usually fallen over a couple of times and have grass marks on my knees or bum and pieces of twig in my hair. Saying all that I did get a wolf whistle last week from a rather elderly gentlemen sitting on a park bench cradling a bottle of whiskey!! Onwards and Upwards xx

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