It is with deep regret that we have made the decision to close Enve Canine Services training classes from Sun 22nd March, until further notice. Although it is still safe to go outside and exercise your dog we need to be morally and socially responsible and echo the government message to stay home and avoid unnecessary social contact to reduce the burden on our NHS. We cannot be seen to be encouraging people otherwise. Your health is important to us and we wouldn’t want to be responsible for any one of you falling ill as a result of attending our classes – we would never forgive ourselves. We also need to think of our instructors and to protect our loved ones. 

To say we are gutted is an understatement. There have been lots of tears over this decision. We will miss each and every one of you. It brings a period of financial uncertainty for us too which is worrying to say the least but we hope that we will be back up and running as soon as possible. The next courses are scheduled for the end of April and we will continue to aim for those. A month is a long time and we should have a better picture by then what’s going on in this crazy world we are living in. 

Stay safe, look after yourselves and keep up the training. We are still here at the end of an email or the phone should you have any problems or questions. Emma is going to try to film some trick training and other bits and pieces you can have a go at whilst classes are on hold. We will upload them to our Facebook page and (hopefully!) the website. Don’t forget us!! We will get in touch ahead of the April courses with an update. Thank you for your understanding and we hope to see you very soon. 

Stay safe and we will see you on the other side.

Lots of love, 

Emma, Ve and all the Enve team