MAY 17TH 2021
GUNDOG TRAINING THE FUN WAY!
Cotswold Gundogs are based in Cold Aston, Gloucestershire and provide training to take you and your dog from basics through to working on live game in the shooting field.
Welcoming all breeds of dog, as well as crossbreeds and mixed breeds, we aim to create a fun and relaxed environment where you can learn the best way to train your dog.
Our focus is on training dogs for work in the shooting field, however pet owners are also welcome as the training we provide will give a good foundation of obedience whatever your dog's role will be.
We offer weekly group training and 1-2-1 sessions as well as running several specialist training days throughout the year which focus on specific skills to allow you hone your dog's abilities.
We are also certified assessors for the Kennel Club Working Gundog Certificate and hold regular assessment days.
FIELDSPORTS CHANNEL'S COVERAGE OF OUR CLAY SHOOT GUNDOG TRAINING DAYS
Bourton Hill Farm, Bourton-on-the-Water, GL54 2LF.
Please use the entrance with the signs to "ECB" and "Ben Pauling". Go through the farm gates and you will see a parking area on the left next to the Estate Office.
If you have the "What 3 Words" App, use location basic.zoos.providing.
Bowd's Lane, Dauntsey, SN15 4DT.
Look out for our banner on the gate to the training field!
If you have the "What 3 Words" App, use location vegetable.openly.biggest.
PROFESSIONAL GUNDOG TRAINER &
KENNEL CLUB WORKING GUNDOG CERTIFICATE ASSESSOR
"Having owned working dogs now for ten years, I have twelve gundogs of various breeds at different ages and stages of training - from retired dogs to puppies.
I enjoy every aspect of training and find nothing more pleasurable than watching the dogs make use of their natural abilities.
With many years as a professional trainer under my belt, I have experience with most of the breeds of working gundogs, and love being able to help them all to reach their potential.
Coming from a shooting family, I have been around working dogs since childhood and the heritage and culture of the sport is very important to me.
My dogs make a very good impression on anyone they meet on days out. I work them in teams during the season and have been picking up and beating with them on various prestigious shoots.
By sharing my experience in the training I run at Cotswold Gundogs, I aim to help other people enjoy their dogs as much as I enjoy mine.
I also now take in unwanted dogs for retraining / rehoming, making sure that they all go on to homes where they will enjoy life to the full."
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