Eva's Green Secure Dog Field

Description:

Eva's Green is a secure field designed for training and running dogs. Inspired by Eva, the rescue dog, the field provides a solution for owners that want to run their reactive or high prey drive dogs off lead. We provide a safe and relaxing space where you can build a stronger relationship with your dog though training with few distractions - a preparation for the real world. At Eva's Green you will not have to worry about that feeling of panic as another person or dog approaches and there certainly wont be any awkward shouting 'can you put your dog on the lead!'

It is just under 4 acres, fenced with 6ft deer fencing and is situated in South Somerset between Shepton Mallet, Somerton and Yeovil.

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  • Secured with 6ft deer fencing and gates for extra safety

  • Secure hard standing parking area

  • Poo bin

  • Regularly cut grass

  • Easy access from the A37 and A303

  • Secure and exclusive use for you and your dog

  • A selection of toys to use

  • Dog water available

  • Spare poo bags and antibacterial hand gel to use

  • Prepaid packages available

  • Flexible online booking options to fit around you

  • Designed for reactive or high prey drive dogs or dogs with little or no recall

Prices

50 minute walk for 1-2 dogs   -  £10.00

50 minute walk for 3 dogs     -  £12.00

50 minute walk for 4 dogs     -  £14.00

50 minute walk for 5 dogs     -  £16.00

50 minute walk for 6 or more dogs  - £18.00

The Picnic Session - 1 hour 50 minutes and as many dogs as you like - £25.00‚Äč

We also offer prepaid bundles which offer you a 20-30% saving on the prices above. Please go to the 'Prepaid Bundles' page to find out more.

Why did we open Eva's Green?

At Eva's Green we offer you a safe space to run and train your dogs. We provide a safe and relaxing space where you can build a stronger relationship with your dog - a preparation for the real world. At Eva's Green you will not have to worry about that feeling of panic as another person or dog approaches and there certainly wont be any awkward shouting 'can you put your dog on the lead!'

Eva is a Dutch Herder who came to live with us in February 2016. She is reactive to other dogs. When we collected Eva, we were presented with her pedigree papers and notes from the rescue centres she had previously attended. Turns out she originally came from the Netherlands, but we have very little idea of how she ended up in a rescue centre in the UK. Her behaviour with other dogs has led us to believe that she has had bad experiences and the state of her teeth seems to imply she has been knawing on some kind of enclosure. The past 18 months has been a rollercoaster of emotions from great highs, when she does a relatively normal doggy thing, to despair when she reacts to our other dogs. As a family, we are all quite experienced dog owners, but with Eva we felt out of our depth! Over the last 2 years through blood, sweat and tears (literally!) Eva has come on in leaps and bounds and is finally able to live as a normal dog (...ish!). Eva has now started agility and scentwork lessons and she competes at entry level.

We truly believe that we would not have been able to cope with Eva had we not had the space for her to run and train with no distractions. We have slowly been able to increase the level of distraction including other dogs.