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Edinburgh’s much loved dog school reopens for face-to-face classes

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Dogs Trust School in Edinburgh has been teaching online during the coronavirus pandemic, to ensure dogs didn’t miss out on their training.

They are now welcoming back their furry customers with open arms, as face-to-face classes resume.

With dogs becoming more popular than ever during lockdown, owners are looking for a helping hand in training them.

The training team are looking forward to doing what they do best, as they welcome back dogs of all ages and sizes.

Classes will be held at North Merchiston Club at Watson Cresent, Edinburgh Tabernacle at Inverleith Gardens, and 71st Scout Hall at Corstorphine Road. To help accommodate all customers, online training classes will also continue.

Dogs Trust will follow strict government guidelines and there will be a maximum of six people allowed in a training class, ensuring social distancing measures are followed.

So if you have a four-legged friend who is in need of some training, why not give it a try.

For more information visit the Dogs Trust Website.

Written by: Codie Bullen

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