We offer help and support with all aspects of dog ownership from assisting with choosing the right dog for you and your family, through to offering advice on competing your dog in various canine sports.
Based in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, we have regular puppy and adult dog training, as well as dog agility classes; workshops; events and One to One dog training throughout the local area.
As well as group classes both in our spacious dedicated carpeted facility as well as outdoors for all ages of dogs, One to One guidance and training can be undertaken at various locations to suit or in your home. All dog training uses modern force free methods in accordance with the Institute of Modern Dog Trainers code of ethics.
We look forward to being given the opportunity to assist you in the future.
To return to the main website (and not the booking subdomain) please click here https://cleaverdogtraining.co.uk/
The official postcode for Copas Farm takes you along School Lane where there is no entrance so the nearest postcode on High Street where the entrance is located is HP7 0EG
Proceed along Amersham High Street towards Great Missenden, after the speed humps and white gates leaving the village, the driveway is on the right hand side. There is a tall sign at the bottom of the drive which includes Cleaver Dog Training (if approaching from Great Missenden end, the sign is on the LHS before you get to the white gates). Go down the drive through the big green gates towards the warehouse buildings at the end. Before you go into the yard area and hedge line, take a right turning into the driveway through the gate signposted Mares Charity and Holding Hands Pre School. Follow the track round to the left and park up in the main car park area. The access to our unit is round the back and is accessed from the passageway beside the roller shutter door.
Pennwood Day Care and Boarding, Gravelly Way, Penn HP10 8PH
Turn off A404 onto Gravelly Way and Pennwood is on the right. Park on the verge beside the road and wait at the entrance gate to be taken across to the paddock. Please ensure that only one of the entrance gates is open at a time as this creates and 'air lcok' for any dogs that are loose at the centre.