Lorraine Rohland, owner of Lincs Dog Training, is celebrating the completion of her new-look training facility at Hougham with an open day in aid of Hounds for Heroes on Saturday, June 22.
Lincs Dog Training is in a light, clean and airy barn, with great access for able and disabled handlers and has ample parking and on-site toilet facilities. The floor has been fitted throughout with rubber non-slip matting to help protect the joints of dogs and handlers.
Secure stalls within the barn ensure the safety and convenience of dogs and handlers during off-lead training, while a shop stocks a range of training aids, treats, toys and books.
Lorraine said: “I am absolutely thrilled and very proud of the way the training facility at Lincs Dog Training in Hougham looks now.
“I have invested a lot of time, money and effort into creating a unique local training facility that is ideal for people and dogs of all abilities, from puppies and beginners right up to competition level.”
Lorraine can offer individual or group training in obedience, agility, rally and other fun activities in all weathers.
She said: “Nothing gives me more pleasure than seeing dogs and their owners having fun and enjoying their time together using kind, reward-based training. Lincs Dog Training Hougham is Kennel Club registered and all of my team members are highly professional and qualified.
“We are really looking forward to welcoming new and existing clients at the open day, which will take place from 11.30am to 3pm at Laughton Farm, Brandon Road, Hougham.
“We will be providing meet and greet sessions with the dogs and trainers, plus a series of fun demonstrations and selling refreshments in aid of our chosen charity, Hounds for Heroes. Come along and join us!”
For more information on Lincs Dog Training, which also has a branch at Leasingham, visit www.lincsdogtraining.co.uk or call Lorraine on 01400 230965.