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Puppy owners in Mole Valley can sign up now to have their pooch schooled by a professional dog trainer.

Puppy School Dorking, which runs classes in Brockham and Newdigate, will open its doors to its first set of canine recruits from September.

The six week courses are run by Amanda Blatch who received own tutor training from renowned author, dog trainer and canine behaviourist Gwen Bailey.

She said:

My classes are designed to make training simple, and to be fun for both owners and puppies. They are ideal for dogs up to the age of 20 weeks and I teach owners and their puppies how to enjoy a healthy and happy life together. I am passionate about what I do, I feel that I am a friendly, approachable trainer and I shall always be on hand to give all the advice owners need to turn their puppies into well behaved adult dogs and beloved family pets.

The first course begins at Brockham Village Hall on Thursday, September 1 while the course at Newdigate Village Hall begins on Thursday, September 20.

Ms Blatch attends regular courses in the latest animal behaviour and training techniques, and keeps up to date with information that may be useful to pet dog owners.

For further information or to make a booking contact Ms Blatch on 07842 301754 or email

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