Dog School

Dog School Merseyside

Here at Dog School Merseyside we offer friendly classes for Puppies, Adolescents, Adults and Rescue dogs in your local area. All classes are aimed at teaching your dog skills that are useful in everyday life. We want you to have a strong and healthy bond with your dog and enjoy each other’s company. Our classes never have more than six dogs and have at least two trainers to make sure that we can devote time to each individual and help you to progress. We use science-led, reward-based training to make sure that we get the best results, and have lots of fun whilst doing so!

We also run seminars on a variety of topics so check back for information on exciting events happening near you!

Our Classes

Please enquire below about our face-to-face classes or our popular virtual training sessions.

Haskayne Village Hall

  1. Saturday : Morning

109 School Lane, Haskayne, Nr Ormskirk, L39 7JE

Dogs Trust Merseyside

  1. Tuesday : Evening
  2. Friday : Morning

Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre, Whiston Lane, Huyton, Liverpool, L36 6HP

The Old School House

  1. Wednesday : Evening

St Johns Road, Huyton, Liverpool, L36 0UX

Crawford Village hall

  1. Saturday : Afternoon

Crawford Village Hall, Crawford Village, Skelmersdale, WN8 9QR


Dogs Trust Dog School classes combine training skills and exercises to prepare your dog for everyday life. We give you lots of information to help you understand your pooch and avoid common behavioural issues.

4 classes on a 4 week programme for only £65

School Trainers

Michelle Radcliffe, Head Coach

Michelle has worked for Dogs Trust since August 1999. She started as a Canine Carer when Dogs Trust Merseyside originally opened. Michelle has seven dogs, four of which are Dogs Trust rescue dogs, as well as 3 rescue rabbits, two guinea pigs and a rescue mouse!

Michelle has a Higher Education Certificate in Companion Animal Welfare and Behaviour Rehabilitation from Bristol University and is a member of both the ABTC and the APDT.

Heather Ranson, Coach

Heather has worked for Dogs Trust since September 2016. She started working in kennels as a Canine Carer before becoming a Rehomer in January 2020. Heather has 3 dogs, two of which are rehomed from Dogs Trust, as well as having a rescue tortoise.

Heather has an undergraduate degree in Zoology from Liverpool John Moores University. She has worked with a variety of animals both exotic and domestic in her career but has always come back to her love of dogs.

Heather and her dogs are never happier then when out hiking and exploring new places.

Get in touch

Please email us with your enquiry at: [email protected]

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Get in touch

Please email us with your enquiry at: [email protected]