Midlothian Dog Training Club

Brain Games

Brain games provide mental stimulation for your canine buddy and they polish up your human-dog communication skills and bonding, leading to a closer relationship. What's not to love?

Places are limited so no bed-blocking please! Feel free to sign up even if you are not sure whether you can attend- just make this clear by commenting.

Final booking confirmations and further instructions will be emailed a day or two before each class.

Created by:   Heather McQueen
 
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Date (dd/mm/yyyy BST) Location Available Slot
18/03/2018
(Sun. 11:00am - 12:00pm)
Pentland plants 

Brain games participant (15)

 
6 of 15 slots filled
Samantha Gibson
Eileen Miller
Eileen Miller
Rosemarie Thomson
Lela
Judith Milligan
Linda Johnstone
Yvonne Hillyard
29/04/2018
(Sun. 10:00am - 11:00am)
Vogrie Country Park 

Brain games participant (15)

 
14 of 15 slots filled
Lee Robertson
Samantha Gibson
Eileen Miller
Eileen Miller
Rosemarie Thomson
Lels
Judith Milligan
Colin Campbell
Yvonne Hillyard
Liz Allan
Amanda Henderson (2)
I have 7 year old and 4 month old - is it suitable for both or just older doggy?
Delia Thorley
Victoria Scott (2)
This would be my first time. I’d like to bring Domino and Dottie, two balls of energy (Parson’s Jack Russells)
Carol Greig
20/05/2018
(Sun. 11:00am - 12:00pm)
Vogrie Country Park 

Brain games participant (15)

 
10 of 15 slots filled
Lee Robertson
Samantha Gibson
Rosemarie Thomson
Lela
colin Campbell
Linda Johnstone
Yvonne Hillyard
Stephanie Dey
Eileen Miller
Colin Campbell
John Brady
17/06/2018
(Sun. 11:00am - 12:00pm)
Vogrie Country Park 

Brain games participant (15)

 
8 of 15 slots filled
Samantha Gibson
Rosemarie Thomson
Lela
Judith Milligan
colin Campbell
Linda Johnstone
Yvonne Hillyard
Colin Campbell
John Brady


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