Are you missing out on taking your children to dance class on a Sunday or to football on a Tuesday night? Don’t worry, you can take your pooch instead with these 5 fun clubs for dogs!
We recommend that you don’t force your dog to do these sports like you wouldn’t with a child because ultimately they might not enjoy it.
Nope, your dog may not be the one steering the boat but if you enjoy boating, then your furry friend might just want to come along. Within the sport, there are lots of important steps you’ll need before preparing to set sail. For these steps, click here.
Has your dog ever watched the screens through an episode of Strictly come Dancing, dreaming of being on that dance floor? Well, no they can! There’s many dog dancing schools all across the country for your pooch to get involved with, and through it may not be quite like ballroom, this dancing is very popular with talent shows such as Britain’s Got Talent!
Though it may not be an official ‘club’ it’s definitely a hobby for most! Around the country, you’ll find lots of camping sites that allow dogs and will be happy to have them, so when you next take the tent out for a trip don’t leave your furry friend at home!
Dog surfing is a lot more popular than you think, and although sometimes we can’t brave the water, especially in the UK, your dog could love it! You can teach your dogs to surf with these top tips here, or get them to join a surfing club where they’ll be taught by the experts!
Agility and Obedience
Being one of the most popular dogs clubs all around the world, Agility and obedience have become very favoured with dog owners, Crufts and such. It’s well-liked because dogs become ‘well-behaved’ and can learn how to walk on the lead etc.
Haven’t got the time to teach your dog the skill of walking well on the lead? Do not panic! Gencon® All-in-1 and Headcollars are made from soft yet durable fabric and are specifically designed not to pull up into your dog’s eyes or uncomfortably turn their head, making them the perfect lead training accessories for grown dogs and puppy walking.
The Gencon consists of two simple loops that apply gentle pressure when your dog pulls, the lead gently but effectively stops your dog pulling forwards.
Don’t believe us, read this testimonial!
“I love these leads! Helped me train my dog Nushka not to pull, to walk to heel nicely (most of the time!!) – always recommend Gencon whenever I get the opportunity “
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Did you know?
The Gencon dog head collar is recommended by The Guild of Dog Trainers
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