07723 381204

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Adult Dog Training

Our trainer will be able to advise on most behavioural issues but these are our most common topics:

Greedy dog - training your dog not to scavenge at home, in the street and at the park.
Pullers - training your dog to be relaxed on his lead and walk to heel.
Separation Anxiety - training your dog to be relaxed in the absence of you.
Anti-social behaviour - teaching your dog greeting rules and not to jump up
Recall - training your dog to come back the first time you call...not only when he is ready!

You can book our trainer as little or as much as you wish. Ideally we recommend booking two sessions roughly one week apart so that the trainer can see the progress made after the first session and answer any of your questions and iron out any problems that may have arisen in the meantime. 

Training sessions can be booked through the office for evenings and weekends and they last upto 90 minutes long. You can suggest the areas that you are most keen to cover in advance.

At the end of the session you will be given homework! Obviously the more time and patience you put in yourself, the quicker your dog will learn and the fewer sessions you will need with us, but we can arrange further training should you need it.

Your dog stands a much better chance of understanding what is expected of him if every one is giving him the same clear messages. This is why we also recommend that in households with permanent staff that we conduct at least one session with them too. 

Cost: £42 for a session lasting up to 90 minutes, with a 10% discount if you book more than 10 sessions in one go. 

Trainer / walker liason

As part of our service if your dog starts walking with our company after he has been trained by us, our trainer will also instruct your dog's walker, free of charge. This way you can be confident that everyone (you, trainer and walker) is giving the same messages to your dog and your dog can keep up the learning without you having to pay the cost of a daily trainer.
If you have an adult dog that has just been trained we recommend that he is walked in one to one walks to begin with so that we can reiterate his training until he really understands what is expected of him before he joins a group. Continual good behaviour is all down to consistency and understanding of your dog and where our owners have used us in this way we have always achieved our best results.   


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