Social Dog Walk

Saturday 1 September 2018
Starting at 11.30am and finishing at 2pm

As the North Norfolk Coast begins to move out of Covid-19 lockdown, and tourism businesses re-open, more planned events are taking place.  These are just listings, so please follow links and check with organisers of events before assuming events are running.

A canine social walk is an excellent way to socialise your dog and meet like minded people. Paul Daly, a trainer and behaviourist of 20+ years, is on hand throughout the walk to balance the group and guide you with your dog’s behaviour.

Canine Coaching were the first to introduce a social dog walk as a regular event in and around the Northamptonshire area. The aim was and still is to socialise dogs in a positive manner whilst assisting owners with any training or behavioural challenges that their dog presents. So we are heading out of Northampton and heading to Old Hunstanton beach.

Exercise and socialisation is important for any dog but particularly for those that have not previously been given the opportunity to interact with their own kind. One of the most common behaviours worked with is reactivity towards other dogs. Many dedicated owners will engage the services of a good behaviourist; other dogs do not receive corrective training and can find themselves in rescue when the owners are no longer able to cope.

To join the walk there is a fee of £5 per dog with all proceeds going to Wellidog. The fee will give you access to training and behavioural advice throughout the walk on the beach, from Paul Daly of Canine Coaching.

Head for the lighthouse and directly to the side is the main carpark. We will be heading out at 12pm as this will be the start of low tide. This will be an on lead walk but you will have opportunity once the walk is over to let your dogs off lead in safety if you so wish.

Price: £5 all proceeds go to a local Dog Charity

Location: Meeting at Old Hunstanton Lighthouse car park

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