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A new course of puppy training will begin on 4th January 2015 in Adderley Village Hall every Sunday from 15.00 to 16.00 for four consecutive weeks.

Run by a Centre Of Applied Pet Ethology Behaviourist and Trainer the course is specifically designed for dogs between 10 and 20 weeks old. Only gentle, reward based, scientifically proven methods are used.

To ensure optimum supervision and success, a maximum of six puppies to a course is accepted. The fee for the full four-week course is £60 per puppy.

For more details and to secure a place, ring 01270 811885 or 078 371 497 82 or visit: www.apetsprogress.co.uk

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