PuppySteps Dog Training Cambridge
For Training Classes For Your Puppy or Dog?
We offer 6 week puppy courses on
Thursday evenings in term-time
at Caldecote Village Hall
Who we are
and Jan began learning about dog training with our own young pups (my Boxer and
Kari’s Eurasier) from Alan Cole at CCEG. Jan has been instructing classes for
puppies, young and adult dogs since 1998 and Kari since 2012, with the support,
advice and encouragement of Alan and the CCEG team. As PuppySteps Dog Training
Cambridge, we also run the puppy courses at Caldecote.
aim is to help owners gain the knowledge and skills to train their particular
pups, so that they can happily fit in as a family pet. Our classes are
encouraging, relaxed and friendly, for owners and pups!
Jan Burrell, B.Sc.(Hons) Biol. Sci.
had family Dachshunds and a Fox Terrier when I was growing up, but I started to
dive into training pet dogs with my Boxer pup in 1994, which also sparked a
continuing enthusiasm to learn about dog training, development, body language
and behaviour. I really enjoy passing that knowledge on to others, and
especially love the challenge of finding a way of training or solving a problem
that will suit a particular dog and handler.
trained both my Boxer and my present (rescue) dog, Bryn, through to their KC
Good Citizen Gold Awards. I have attended many practical and theory courses in
dog training and instructing, including 4 five-day courses, with seminars
ranging from Turid Rugaas to Terri Ryan, Prof Daniel Mills, Dr Ian Dunbar;
practical sessions with eg, Roy Hunter, H.M. Prison Dog Service(!), Philippa
Williams, scent work with Anna-Lille Kvam, Pam MacKinnon, and Animal Aiders
First Aid Training courses. I am always seeking to expand my understanding and experience,
and I am working towards accreditation as a Kennel Club Accredited Instructor
in Companion Dog Training (KCAI).
Kari Greaves BSc Hons, MBA,
MCIH, COAPE Certified Animal Behaviourist - Dip CABT (RQF Level 4)
is passionate about dogs and learning why they do what they do. She
started attending training classes at CCEG 9 years ago with her Eurasier
puppy, socialising him to behave on family outings and, most importantly in the
pub. She now has 2 Eurasiers, gradually working through their KC Good Citizen
has a Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour and Training from COAPE, the Centre
for Applied Pet Ethology, and has completed 7 courses including Dog Training
and Common Behaviour Problems. She is a Member of The Kennel Club Accreditation
Scheme, working towards accreditation in Companion Dog Training.
instructs classes with CCEG and is an Education Volunteer with the Blue Cross,
visiting schools with her dog Sheba and giving talks on Dog Safety. She
currently works for Wood Green Animal Charity in Godmanchester as a Dog
Re-homer, working with dogs awaiting new homes.
can visit Kari's web site at: http://www.ccbc.uk.com/?page_id=49 and
find out more about the services she offers, to help you train your puppy
and support you in changing unwanted behaviours
is our support team! She welcomes new owners on week 1, keeps the paperwork in
order, and is in charge of enrolment – but really she comes to cuddle the
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