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  • The LWDG, PO Box 87,Aberdare, CF44 4BP, UK
  • joanne@ladiesworkingdoggroup.com

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What a great idea this group is, loving hearing other ladies training hint and tips, they are all very encouraging, just received my order from Tyler’s horse and country a couple of Embroidered LWDG vest tops for the summer, they are fantastic, great fit and look so smart, thank you, Jo, for this wonderful group you have created.


Heidi H

If you're thinking of joining us then just do it

I came across the Ladies Working Dog Group quite sometime before I even had my first dog. I always had a love for my dad's gundogs however was not in the position to have my own just yet. My preparation for my first dog is all down to this group!! The love, support and advice is unbelievable, I have made lifelong friends and gained much more confidence when handling my own dogs. Jo and her lovely team at the ladies working dog group have changed the working dog industry for me which makes me very proud to be an ambassador!! If you're thinking of joining us then just do it and you won’t regret it!


Lucy G

This Is So Brilliant!

This is so brilliant Jo! As an ‘accidental’ Gun dog nutcase - I’m so looking forward to being a part of this wonderful journey. Your own personal story is inspiring - and I thank you for channelling your energy into something so passionate and worthwhile to so many other women 💕


Louise K

A wonderful group of women

A wonderful group of women who never judge capabilities or experience in anything dog-related.


Rebecca J

Best decision I ever made was  joining these ladies

From I was a very young age I went with my dad to shoots and helped with his dogs. During the summer I'd be down helping out with hatching and rearing of the pheasants. It was something I loved and enjoyed. Some of my happiest memories have been from spending time there. As I grew up I realised it was a pretty male-dominant sport with only two other females on our shoot. I started my journey by pinching and working my dad's dogs on shoot days and always envisioned me getting and training my own gundog when I was allowed. When the time came I picked my first dog, a cocker dog who I named Jake. The training was completed predominantly on my own with help from dad and a couple of books. This is when I came across @ladiesworkingdogs ❤️ best decision I ever made was joining these ladies. I learned a lot from these ladies and they were always willing to give help in positive manners which is something the group strongly stands for. Last year I became an ambassador for the group and I couldn't have been more proud to be chosen!! So ladies if you own and train dogs give us a follow, you'll not regret it!


Louise T

A great place for inspiration

A great place for inspiration. Few women train around my area, so it's nice to have a virtual community


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