One-to-one Dog Training
Stop living with everyday struggles & start loving life with a happy dog
Every dog is different and we’re happy to tailor a training plan especially to yours. The positive training methods we use can be taught to any age of dog: from puppies to senior dogs, and we can help with all the common struggles:
A dog that barks & pulls when it sees other dogs or people
A dog that is shy or nervous, either at home or out & about
A dog that barks at home, at the window or when the doorbell rings
A dog that pulls on the lead, yanking your arm & straining at the collar or harness
A dog that lunges or jumps towards strangers, other dogs, runners or people on bikes, scooters & skateboards
A dog that doesn’t come back when you call
A dog that chews things it shouldn’t, or steals from kitchen counters
A dog that jumps-up at people to say hello
90-Minute Consultation: £60
Further training between £35 – £45 per hour
Special offer: One-to-One Package
Consultation plus three 60-minute training sessions: £160
Save £35 off the individual prices!
“knows his stuff, is brilliant with dogs, and explains everything really well so we can practise without him”
Allegra & Boo, via Facebook
love life with a dog that…
Walks by your side
Put an end to lead pulling, lunging, barking, excessive sniffing or straining at the collar or harness. Start to enjoy dog walks again
Relax with a well-behaved dog that doesn’t jump-up at people, bark at the window or go crazy every time the doorbell rings
Listens to you
When you have a great relationship with your dog you’ll know they’ll always listen to you, even when they’re distracted
Top tips to kick-start dog training
Start your training today, with these basic tips & techniques…
Stop your dog practicing bad habits. This is the most important thing to do before you start training. Every time your dog does something it makes it more likely that they’ll do it again. If your dog starts pulling when you get near its favourite park, you need to stop going to that park for a while. If your dog doesn’t come when you call, you need to use a lead or long-line. During the consultation we’ll discuss ways to prevent your dog practicing its bad habits.
Be a fun person to hang around! Don’t just call your dog back when you need to put the lead on, or when you see a dog or person in the distance. Call them back for a treat, or a quick game with a toy. Keep your dog guessing, and they’ll start checking in more often.
Drop the routine. Dogs get bored easily, and that’s when they start getting up to mischief. Don’t always walk the same way, or only put the lead on as you get near the park gate or car. Start changing the time you feed them, or ditch the bowl altogether and give them their food in games and training. Do the unexpected and start encouraging your dog to be more flexible.
Be generous with rewards. Maybe your dog loves treats, or maybe they love a game of catch with a ball. Either way, use what your dog loves to reward them for doing the things you want – have that ball ready to throw if your dog checks-in on a walk, or a pot of treats by the front door for when they greet a guest calmly.
What to expect from your 90 minute consultation…
We’ll discuss your dog’s history and behaviour
You can set your training objectives – so we know exactly what you a want to achieve
We’ll discuss control and management techniques to stop your dog practicing bad habits straight away
We’ll agree a training plan, with exercises you can start practicing from day one
We’ll following-up with step-by-step guides to your training plan, so you always have expert tutorials to follow
Plus: Save money on any further training you book during the consultation
Contact us today to book your consultation
90-minute consultation – £60 | Further training between £35 – £45 per hour
One-to-one package: Consultation plus three 60-minute training sessions: £160
(That’s £35 off the individual prices)
Call us today on 07932 943129 or fill out the form below and we’ll get in touch to book-in your consultation.