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Mali Club Accreditations

The Mali Club UK programme was designed to give all handlers of companion and working dogs a good solid foundation of knowledge, theory and practice so as to produce a happy confident dog that is under control and a pleasure to own.


Almost anyone is able to enrol on the accreditation courses. We ask that all dogs are fit, healthy and a minimum of 18 months old. The Working Accreditation is only available to persons over the age of 18 due to insurance requirements.

The accreditation consists of two routes, however at all levels we aim to provide owners and handlers with an understanding of training, health, the law, care and development.

A) Accreditation
This is offered at three levels: Basic, Advanced and Supreme.
B) Working Accreditation.
This is also offered at three levels: Basic, Advanced and Supreme

Disability Statement

We strive to adhere to the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (amended 2005)

Health & Safety

We will always endeavour to provide Information, Instruction, the correct equipment and Supervision. Dog training is never without risk. We will always strive to make all training sessions safe and enjoyable for everyone.

Recommended Literature/Instruction

The Secret to Solving Dog Behaviour Problems
By: - Peter Branch & Richard Clarke

Guard Dogs Act 1975: Elizabeth II. Chapter 50 (Paperback)
By: - HSE (Author)

The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 (Commencement and Appointed Day) Order 1991: Dogs (Statutory Instruments: 1991: 1742 (C.48)) (Paperback)

Encyclopedia of the Dog
By: - Bruce Fogle



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