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At Kay9 Services, we have THE best customers and we really appreciate all the effort you put into training your dog and attending our regular events . 
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The Home of Professional Dog Training 
Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the Kay9 Services Newsletter! 
We keep this newsletter updated as regularly as possible, so you can check back in and read it on line whenever you choose.  
Kay Attwood 
KCAI Dog Trainer of the Year Award! 
Nominated by the public and shortlisted by a panel at The Kennel Club. Highlighting how they believed Kay has made a truly positive difference to the health and welfare of dogs. 
Kay was awarded at Crufts 2019, the prestigious Kennel Club Accredited Instructors Scheme (KCAI Scheme) 2018 Trainer of the Year! 
Separation Anxiety 
Separation anxiety is a disorder in which a dog experiences excessive anxiety regarding separation from owners or their home, to whom they have a strong emotional attachment. Generally this attachment is with a particular member of the family. 
Many owners leave the house without knowing the full extend of the anguish their absence has on their dog. Many assume that the dog just sleeps, or if they are aware that they bark when first left, they assume that the dog just stops and then settles down. The emotional turmoil some dogs suffer various in degrees dog to dog. Some owners of course have no idea that their dogs suffers from Separation Anxiety until a neighbour complains or they return home to destruction. 
We work hard at establishing a bond from puppy hood, but sometimes, if we don't train the dog to be alone in the house, they cannot cope when they are left and this can be very detrimental to the mindset and welfare of your dog AND you! 
Contrary to belief, the cure is NOT leaving them alone in the house. Careful steps should be taken to slowly wean the dog off from needing your company in the home before you should leave them completely. 
Separation Anxiety keeps me especially busy each year during January to March after the Christmas holidays and after school holidays, when dogs find themselves home alone after periods of busy households and plenty of company. 
My 'Training to be Home Alone' leaflet will talk you through the various stages to help your dog cope and get them feeling better without needing to be with you constantly. 
It could be the best download you'll ever get! 
Obedience at a glance: 
(Click on links to the right to view information and to book) 
Mytchett- Friday Daytime  
Mytchett - Tuesday Evening 
Mytchett - Monday Evening 
Puppy Socialisation 
Our popular sessions run on a Sunday (see website for dates) and occasionally we also run social walks just for puppies! 
Always check the on-line calendar first! 
It's FUN to FOCUS!  
Our popular sessions run on a Sunday (see website for dates) and occasionally we also run social walks just for puppies! 
Always check the on-line calendar first! 
Various Workshops 
Recall (part one and two), Loose Lead and Reactivity (part one and two), - as well as many others presented all over the UK 
We are now booking for the next round of workshops locally. 
Private Workshops 
Team up with your fellow dog owner friends for a workshops designed to your very own needs and share the cost between you and your friends, tailor made to your requirements! 
Please book early to avoid disappointment! 
We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your valued support 

Forthcoming Activities and Events 

(Inside) - Mytchett Community Centre, Mytchett, Surrey.  
(Outside) - Kay9 Haven, Mytchett 
£15 per Puppy 
These sessions are held during the day at weekends only. Please see the website calendar for session dates.  
Puppy's up to 8 months of age only - Please bring your puppys bed, a stuffed Kong and your puppys favourite treats and your vaccination certificate if you have not attended a Kay9 event before. 
Social Skills are such an important aspect of puppy hood and should therefore be carried out in the correct manner. Watch your puppy interact with other puppies, learning positive social skills on and off lead in a controlled environment. 
A social interaction through play with various toys and lots of other distractions, so that they learn to 'be' with other dogs and people but not necessarily 'need' them for entertainment. 
A great opportunity for your puppy to learn at its own pace how to interact and explore their surroundings, along with people and puppies present. 
Ask us about our puppy social walks! 
WORKSHOPS - The Kay9® Way!  
Recall Prt 1 & 2 
Loose Lead 
Book early to avoid disappointment! 
NB: You MUST have attended part one and be invited to attend part two. 
There is only one Kay9 - The Kay9® Way! - Second-to-non for all your dogs needs! 
Click on the link above to view our Instagram account. You can add photos of your dog by using the following Hash tags: 
You can also follow Mr. Kay9 on instagram HERE and post your dog walking pictures to this account and see our pictures of the dogs we walk! 
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Private Workshops -The Kay9® Way!  
We offer tailored workshops to suit your needs.  
Why not get together with some friends for a private session with our trainer and behaviourist to perfect a few issues you may have? All dogs should be comfortable in the presence of each other, although ample space will be provided where necessary 
Recall, Retrieve, Loose Lead, Impulse Control, General Obedience, Behavioural - You choose the subject! 
Max 8 friends per workshop)!  
Preparing your pet for fireworks 
12 ways to help your pets cope with fireworks 
Grooming your dog for cold weather 
This information comes to you 
Courtesy of Medivet - Frimley Green 
Autumn Walks with your Dog 
Complete guide to ticks 
Could you voluntarily foster a dog or cat? 
Long or short term!? 
Fostering involves assisting a rescue centre by fostering dogs that are perhaps not coping with the confinement and stress of kennels. 
Often a homeless dog stands a better chance of being adopted from a foster home when they are not suffering from stress and therefore able to show their true personality. You will be helping to alleviate this suffering by enabling a dog to have some return to normality instead of the traumatic confinement of kennels. 
This is also helpful to a rescue centre as it enables them to free up kennel space and therefore assist more dogs in need. 
Most organisations will request that foster carers are home based or do not leave a foster dog for longer than 4 hours. All fostering agreements differ, so please ensure you discuss this fully when applying. 
07763 356 338 
07766 021 465 
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Passionate about dogs - Positive about training! 
The Kay9® Way! 
Call Us On 
0775 8288 478 or 01252 645110 
and we will assess the training needs of your pet. 
Or Book Online 
"Money can buy you a great dog - but it wont buy you the wag of its tail"! 
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