Established in 1989, West Lancs Canine Centre is located in Formby, Liverpool, near Southport on the border of Merseyside and West Lancashire, North West England, United Kingdom. We are 30 minutes drive from both Mersey Tunnels.
Situated in 7 acres of secure, floodlit training grounds the centre was extended and extensively modernised in 2002, with a new indoor training area.
Owned & run by Jean and Guy Richardson and their son Craig, the centre offers first class canine training and instruction in a relaxed friendly atmosphere and provides a comprehensive range of puppy training and adult dog training courses. All dog training instructors working at the centre are personally trained and supervised by Guy. Have a look at some of our customers` testimonials and our guestbook.
Guy has been working and training dogs of all breeds as a full-time professional dog trainer and behaviourist for 33 years. For many years he has been dog training and dog behaviour consultant for the Liverpool Branch of the RSPCA and Carla Lane Animals in Need in Melling.
We offer dog behaviour counselling clinics at the centre & at the RSPCA animal shelter at Halewood, Liverpool, Merseyside.
Guy can help if you and your dog are the subject of civil or criminal proceedings. With his experience he is recognised as an expert witness and can assess your dog and provide a comprehensive report for the court. He can assist in Dangerous Dogs Act prosecutions and had a thorough knowledge of Dog Law. Guy is an expert in dealing with all aspects of dog aggression and assists may owners deal with inter-dog or inter-human aggression.
For more information about us see Services offered at West Lancs Canine Centre. If you have a problem dog give Guy a call or Email us.
West Lancs Canine Centre
Moss Side Farm
For further information please contact the centre on 01704 834951, 07715489544 or 07885688277. E mail us at [email protected]
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Guy Richardson and his son Craig who run the WEST LANCS CANINE CENTRE are always helping us raise valuable funds. They are aware of our desperate need and the increasing cost of vet bills. The WLCC have supported the Sanctuary for over 15 years and have always offered help & advice on all matters of dog training and behaviour.
The West Lancs Dog Display Team thrill audiences with displays of agility with their unique brand of canine entertainment as well as hold a Fun Dog Show, were owners can show what their own pets can do. The team, who give their time freely, put a big effort into making each event a success. During the last 12 months they have helped us raise over £10,000. Our last dog show on the 5th October, raised £3132, a fantastic amount towards the months vet bill of £4800.They always make everyone feel welcome and we are very grateful for their support.
Guy provides expert training for the dogs rehomed by Carla Lane Animals In Need and by doing this has prevented many dogs from loosing a good home. He has always been keen to provide unbiased advice as to the training and rehoming needs of all types of dog.
ANIMALS IN NEED highly recommend the WEST LANCS CANINE CENTRE for all aspects of training.
GUY RICHARDSON DANGEROUS DOG ASSESSOR + EXPERT WITNESS FOR SECTION 1 + 3 PROSECUTIONS - DANGEROUS DOGS ACT 1991 + 1997
Since 1991 Guy Richardson has worked alongside the highly respected Animals in Need Charity to help dog owners.
He assists dog owners who find themselves the subject of Civil or Criminal prosecution. This service extends to the rehabilitation and further training of owners and dogs seized under the provisions of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 when these dogs are returned to their owners subject to strict control orders issued by the courts.
In the last 3 years he has performed behavioural or breed "type"assessments on more than 77 Pit Bull Type dogs, 1 Dogo Argentino and 30 other breeds of dog acting on the instructions of solicitors.
He has given evidence many times in both Section 1 and 3 Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 prosecutions at hearings and trials in the Magistrates Courts, Crown Courts and in Appeals to the Crown Court, nationwide.
Guy has 34 years professional expertise dealing with dogs. He served as a Police Officer with Merseyside Police for 20 years, 17 of those years working as an operational Police Dog Handler.
He has operated his own, dog training / behaviour centre for 21 years and has assessed thousands of aggressive / dangerous dogs over the years.
Acting as an independent expert he has prepared detailed, comprehensive reports for both prosecution and defence cases.
He has a thorough knowledge of the law in relation to dogs, in particular the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and 1997.
If you need assistance please contact Guy.
0151 929 3974
E mail [email protected]
E mail [email protected]