Terms and Conditions
Please make sure you have read and understood the terms and conditions before you make a booking. By placing a booking you are deemed to have read, understood and agreed to them.
All bookings (classes, one to ones or behavioural work) must be paid in advance via BACS transfer or Paypal. Until payment has been received the booking has not be confirmed.
Payment for classes is for the stated number of consecutive weeks, non attendance will result in the loss of that weeks fee (unless the class is cancelled by Dedicated to Dogs. If that is the case payment for the cancelled lesson will be refunded at the end of the course)
- Payments for lessons are non transferable and non refundable.
- Please keep dogs on lead at all times unless told otherwise by the instructor.
- Please do not bring your dog if he/she is unwell.
- Please do not bring bitches in season.
One to One Training and Behaviour Consultations
Payment for one to one training sessions and behavioural consultations is for the number of sessions stated.
Non attendance will result in the loss of the payment. Cancelling a scheduled appointment will result in the loss of the payment. Rescheduling an appointment is at the discretion of the business owner and notice must be given a week before the scheduled appointment.
Dedicated to Dogs reserve the right to change the timing, date or venue of classes or one to one sessions in order to provide a high quality service or where it is necessary for reasons beyond our control.
Photographs and Recordings
Photographs and/or recordings may be taken by the company during training classes or one to one sessions for educational and promotional purposes. No other photographs and/or recordings may be taken without prior permission from Dedicated to Dogs.
Health and Safety
Dedicated to Dogs accepts no responsibility for injury, illness, loss, damage or accident to you, your dog, spectator, other persons or property. Dog training can be a physical activity and handlers are reminded to take due care and attention to their and others safety. Handlers are responsible for their dog’s actions and behaviour at all times.