One to One Training

Training which creates the perfect team!

I have a range of options tailored to suit the needs of you and your dog.

In my one to one training sessions I work on building the essential skills for agility success wherever you are on your training journey. My sessions are tailored specifically for your and your dog promoting lots of fun, engagement, knowledge and focus enabling your relationship to blossom both in and out of the agility ring.

  • Secure outdoor venue.
  • All weather surface.
  • Tailored bespoke training which is specific for you and your dog.
  • Teaching all the essential skills for agility success from pre-agility to advanced.
  • Weekday, evening and weekend slots available.
  • 30 minute session £20

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Pre-Agility Core Skills Programmes

These are 6 session programmes. Suitable for any dog that is new to agility and/ or new to training. Dogs need to be 8 months old to start this programme.

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Foundation Programmes

These programmes are for dogs who have either completed my pre-agility programmes or who are more advanced in their training.

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Advanced Programmes

These programmes are for dogs who have either completed their foundation training with me or have trained similar skills elsewhere.

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For my One to One sessions you will start with a taster session which is an informal appointment where I can meet you and your dog, establish your dogs past history and talk about what you would like to achieve in your training.

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I’ve been doing agility training with Katrina for two years and I absolutely love it, but more importantly so does my dog! I love her approach, which focuses on strengthening the bond between you and your dog to become a team. I can’t imagine training with anyone else.

Amy Ness


Let’s start this journey together.

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