How can we best help you and your dog?
Join in on fun
At PinkFox Dog Training we offer a supportive friendly community based on a deep and common interest in dog agility. At our core we believe that a relaxed and friendly environment can build lifelong friendships and develop bonds with your dog. An informal atmosphere makes training so much easier and having fun as you race around the agility course with your dog is worth its weight in gold!
Based just outside the beautiful village of Wymeswold at PinkFox we use a holistic approach to training in every session – be it agility lessons or puppy life skills and I gladly share decades of experience so you can truly be there for your dog.
About me, Sian
Over the years I have owned and trained a variety of dogs, all different breeds, and all with their own personalities and energies. One of my earliest memories is of playing football with Bonnie, my Yorkshire Terrier, and spending hours running up and down the field with her. I was only 6 or 7 years old. My first agility dog was Bumble, a male border collie, who taught me so much about understanding dogs and how to bring out the very best in them.
Fast forward to about 11 years ago, when I met a lovely lady at a local park who introduced me to a local agility club. There I met Fox Agility with owner and dog trainer, Selena Bray . Selena was generous with her knowledge and inspired me to go on to compete in the Kennel Club’s fast-growing sport, dog agility, in shows up and down the country across Wales & England. My first agility team consisted of Bumble, a male BorderCollie, and Ollie, a male Border Terrier. Fizz, a female Jack Russell x Kelpie, joined two years in. We had such a blast!
From this experience came the desire to share my wealth of knowledge and skills, and PinkFox Dog Training was set up over 5 years ago. Completing the well respected Agility First course will mean I’m officially qualified and testament to the years of dog training I have under my belt – I’ve nearly finished.
I believe it’s so important to keep up to date with skills, new training techniques, qualifications and modern thinking in order to teach even more effectively and successfully. Once I’m instructor qualified the plan is to move onto a coaching level in order to mentor the next generation of dog agility trainers (watch this space!)
Want to find out more?
So whether you’ve recently welcomed a new puppy or have had a dog for a while and you want to develop and challenge them – or you want to join the PinkFox community where you can meet other agility fans to talk about all things canine and enjoy the odd social night out – make sure you book onto one of my courses.
And if you want more information, need to book a 121 lesson or want to sign up to our PinFox memberships, call me on 07799004543 or email Sian@pinkfox.co