Dog Activity Medley


What is the training for? This is a medley of wonderful fun activties for owners and dogs that love to do! Offering lots of fun activities for you and your dog to enjoy, in this class you will... [ Read more ]



What is the training for?

This is a medley of wonderful fun activties for owners and dogs that love to do! Offering lots of fun activities for you and your dog to enjoy, in this class you will find a mix of:

Hoopers Agility
Dogtivity Adventures
Trick Training
My dog doesn't listen to me
Talking Dogs Rally
Have a go agility 

These sessions promise to be fabulous fun for you and your dog, and are designed so you can do a few sessions here and there, or if you and your dog love spending time together you can book over a longer period of time and progress with all the activities we have on offer. All of the activities are progressive so every week will be different.

Heres a little bit of info on each of the activities on offer:

Hoopers is a fun new agility, which utilises a series of ground-level obstacles called Hoops. Instead of physical dexterity, the challenge of Hoopers is entirely focused on the ability of the handler and the dog to work together as a smooth flowing team.
Hoopers is ideal for dogs that are too young or too old for agility or are unable to do impact sports. Hoopers is great fun and you and your dog will learn all the foundation principles of standard agility but instead be working with hoops and ground obstacles.

Dogtivity adventures are low impact K9 assault courses combining fun exercises that improve co-ordination, motor learning, balance, muscle strength and stamina through gymnastics, scent work and proprioception (Body and Spacial awareness). Designed for puppies and dogs of all ages
This class will build the relationship between you and your dog, improve your dogs muscle memory and give them great mental stimulation. If that wasn't enough it will also help off lead walking, and you will have a fantastic understanding of your dogs body language.

Fun Flyball - designed for all dogs whether they love balls or not!!
We all know dogs like to run and jump, but not all dogs like balls which is why we have developed a new type of flyball that is suitable for every dog.
Fun Flyball uses balls for dogs that love a tennis ball, and other rewards for those that don't. That's what makes this fun flyball Fun because its designed for the dog and owner to enjoy!!

A 'one off' session to teach your dog 5 show stopping tricks to wow their doggy friends.
We break down all the elements of each trick so you and your dog can learn some fun trickery to impress all your friends.
Tricks will change each session.
Tricks are a fantastic way to improve your dogs general obedience, balance, focus and most importantly their bond with you. Trick training can also help improve concentration and provide a valuable source of mental stimulation.
This promises to be an hour of fun and entertainment for you and your dog.

Whether your dog has been training all their life or are brand new to training, help your dog improve on this very valuable skill.
During the session we work on lots of exercises you can use at home to help improve your dogs listening skills. Each session will be different and will focus on basic listening and cognitive skills.

As a TALKING DOGS RALLY instructor I am delighted to bring this fantastic sport to all dog owners. 
Talking Dogs Rally® is the only canine rally organisation in the UK specifically devised for pet dogs and their people with a core value of allowing natural not stylised movement and maintaining balance throughout the courses where dogs work on both the left and right sides.
We use an array of signs and stations where you and your dog perform each of the obedience exercsies in a numbered course.
Talking Dogs Rally® is fun for all, welcoming handlers of all ages and abilities, and of all shapes and sizes. With 93 different exercises, six levels of challenge, eight different classes and an infinite combination of stations, Talking Dogs Rally® will keep you and your dog busy for years to come.


Classes are held in a secure grassed paddock at the Blue Cross Rehoming Centre in Ipswich. 
Blue Cross Rehoming Centre
Bourne Hill
Ipswich IP2 8NQ

What to bring to class:

  • Flat collar or harness (Choke chains, prong collars are not permitted)
  • Standard lead (not extendable)
  • Lots of yummy treats cut into small pieces. Thinly sliced hot dogs are great for training
  • Poo bags
  • Please bring your dogs vaccination certificate to the first session you attend or email a copy to [email protected]
  • Please dress for the weather conditions, to ensure you and your dog are comfortable throughout the session. We train in all weathers. REMEMBER, there’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothes!!!!!!

Water and water bowls are provided, but if your dog prefers their own please feel free to bring that as well. We recommend not feeding a morning meal, or at least reducing it, as the training is reward based and their tummy’s will fill up quickly!!!

Parking & Facilities

Parking is available on site, and please read our terms and conditions before booking.
Payment of fees should be made at the time of placing a booking. Failure to make payment will result in the booking being cancelled.

Helping animals in need through training

We are delighted to be training at the Blue Cross. Best Behaviour Dog Training support the rescue dogs with financial contributions for the use of the space as well as giving the Blue Cross rescue dogs a space in every class so they have time out of kennels, and interaction with dogs and people whilst they are waiting to find their forever home.

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5/5 Rating

Hoopers was brilliant, I really never thought my cockerpoo would be able to manage this type of activity as he’s so nosey and never listens to me. He loved it and we are going to book for the rest of the year.


5/5 Rating

What a great class. Full of variety, ideal for any lively dog. My cocker spaniel loved it. We are booking again.


5/5 Rating

First time for my 4 month old puppy and in cold rain on a muddy field but it was great! Rosie was desperate to have a sprint across the field and probably to the other side of Wherstead but the variety of the tasks kept her focused. Zoe is lovely - obviously very knowledgeable from her list of qualifications but the class is relaxed, controlled and FUN! You can work with your dog alone with helpers around the course for any necessary guidance and allow your dog to socialize while waiting it's turn or simply relax and watch. Happily tired little pup this afternoon and a happy owner having introduced done variety into her puppy training. Will definitely be going back.