Many thanks for signing up with OhMyDog and thank you for your trust! 

Are you not sure which course to sign up for? Check our Selection help (bottom of the services page).
Before you press ‘Send‘,  please read the Behaviour problems section below (***). Failing to do so brings the risk of having to stop early with your course with no compensation. This is why it is important to disclose behaviour problems.

Course information

Registering for:

Do you have preferred training day? We will do our best to accommodate:

What are your objectives?

Personal information

Full name

I confirm that I am over 18 years old. If accompanied by a child, I also confirm that the child is over 13 years old
(We have a dedicated dog-child course for younger participants).

Name of second student (if applicable)


Street & house-number




In Case of Emergency telephone number and contact name

Do you have special needs we should be aware of (e.g. wheelchair access)

Dog details

Name of the dog

Breed / Mix


Dog\'s date of birth

Dog\'s date of arrival in your home (if more than a month ago, month and year suffice)

Has your dog showed aggression to people and/or dogs? Elaborate please (or write n/a).

Do you consider some of their behavior problems serious? Elaborate please (or write n/a).

Are there any special needs we should be aware of, for your dog? (e.g. food intolerance, orthopaedic issues)

Previous trainings followed with your dog?

Administrative information

Language preference

How have you found us? (e.g. Facebook, Google, word of mouth)

Tick the checkbox if you agree with our privacy statement and terms and conditions. This is required for us to process your form.

***Behaviour problems
Please be truthful in this form, and share your dog’s possible behaviour problems honestly. 

Some dog behaviour problems get in the way of a positive lesson experience, and can even lead to the advice of stopping with the course (for animal welfare and/or safety reasons).  That is a waste of your money.

Think, for example, of dogs who:  

  • … get so wound up or distracted during group lessons that they bark (durably), are not reachable, or won’t even eat treats.
  • … get nervous (durably), aggressive or scared in the presence of unfamiliar people or dogs.
  • … get nervous or aggressive after dark or in the presence of food or toys.

Please share any concern you might have with your dog’s behaviour whilst registering, so that we can help you pick the right course.