Dogs and their handlers at March Dog Training Club enjoy music themed day with a difference

PUBLISHED: 10:05 08 August 2014 | UPDATED: 10:05 08 August 2014

March Dog Training Club held a Heelwork To Music day at Westwood community junior school.

March Dog Training Club held a Heelwork To Music day at Westwood community junior school.

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Dogs and their handlers enjoyed a fun filled music themed training session.

In a change to the usual dog obedience classes, March Dog Training Club, which meets at Westwood Community Junior School, held a Heelwork to Music day.

Those in attendance learnt some new moves as they devised routines for their dogs and everyone enjoyed a lunch time buffet.

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