Adventure Playground

The adventure playground is a great place to socialise your puppy, rescue dog, adult dog or nervous dog. There are different areas for them to sniff and explore. It is a stress free environment where your dog will not only be able to play and have fun but be able to relax, take their time to explore and build their confidence.

There will be a trainer on hand on each session to give you advice about the different areas, the importance of giving them time to explore, to learn about calmness and body language and to protect your dogs confidence at all stages of life.

Puppy (12wks – 6months) 10-11am Saturday’s

Adult (6months plus) 11.30-12.30pm Saturday’s

Adult (6months plus) 1-2pm Saturday’s (Usually larger dog’s)

Coming soon – Breed specific, OAP’s

Playground Sessions

WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT CALLANDER K9

Excellent service and Leah really spend’s time making sure my 2 dogs are well looked after and tired after their walk.

Claire Robbins

Leah is an an amazing dog trainer, very knowledgeable about dog behaviour and training. My dog absolutely adores going for walks with her and his doggie friends (he’ll wait by the window looking for her!) Even although he is still a pup, he is very big and thanks to Leah’s help with socialisation and obedience courses, he gets along well with other dogs. We can not recommend her highly enough.

Chara Gallos Allan

I really recommend training with Leah. We did the 3 week reliable recall workshop. You wouldn’t expect a fully trained dog after three weeks, but Leah shows you lots of games to play to improve your relationship with your dog and get them coming back to you.

Anna Clark

Hamish my rottweiler loves her to bits!!

Lorenza Tunstall

Fantastic! Professional and reliable services for our furbaby. Leah is very knowledgeable

Wendy Munro

Thank you so much Leah! I have a very happy and tired Sid

Anne Gordon

Thanks so much Leah, yesterday was fantastic. We’ve done some of your training this morning and going great, postman has made a delivery without Barney going berserk and I could really see his concentration on the walk. Really excited to see his progress. Many Thanks

Marie Maclean