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Our dog training can help with your dogs unruly or embarrassing behaviour with our personal training plans.

We can help with house training issues, aggression, separation anxiety, barking, pulling on the leash, fear and many others!

We can help with puppy training, refresher training for adult dogs, or specialised training for rescue dogs.

Training is personalised to your needs, with more time to focus on specific issues like ‘drop it’, ‘leave it’, or recall.

From puppy socialisation and training, to basic manners, recall, agility, scentwork and trick training, there truly is something for every dog.

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Emily and Floyd

We really enjoyed the class & your training style.  Floyd’s recall is about the same but we are sure it will get there. We learnt some really handy tips with you; particularly getting him to turn his attention to us when other dogs around. That has been so beneficial and we can almost walk past other dogs in close contact now which is amazing!

Silent Training

Silent Training

People talk too much! Yap, Yap, Yap! I’m guilty of this too, I like a good natter, especially with the dogs! But sometimes, 🎶 you say it best when you say nothing at all 🎶 Silent training should be the absolute first step. See we say a lot of junky words that our dogs just […]

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  18/09/2019   No comments
Restricting Options

Restricting Options

Sometimes, in dog training, I allow my dog to make a choice to learn what will be rewarded and what won’t. And other times, those options need to be restricted. There is still a choice. But the choice is limited. It’s like asking a child what they want to drink. If coca cola is an […]

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  17/09/2019   No comments
No repeats

No repeats

It is ironic how often I have to repeat to my students, not to repeat their commands! And I get that it is hard advice to follow. It’s just so tempting to reaffirm a command if your dog doesn’t sit the first time. Far too often I hear ‘sit, sit, sit, SIT!’ In my training […]

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  16/09/2019   No comments
Puppy Blues

Puppy Blues

Getting a new puppy is one of the most exciting times in life. The agony of waiting for her to come home. The anticipation of a new adventure with your new best friend. Puppies can be rewarding, but frustrating at the same time. Pee, poo, play The excitement of a new friend can soon wear […]

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  15/09/2019   No comments