Samantha Davis © AngelPets
Adopting an adult dog?
If you are about to adopt an adult dog from a rescue centre or from a previous owner the Basic Obedience package would be perfect for you, allowing you to develop a lasting bond with your new dog and giving them an excellent grounding in the skills they will need to be a well behaved family member at home and when out and about. For the ultimate stress free start combine the training package with a Pre-
One to One Dog Training Help in Your Home
Dog pulling on the lead? Running off at the park? Jumping up at visitors? Need to brush up on basic obedience skills?
One to one training can make a huge difference with your dog when working on a problem behaviour or basic obedience skills because:
“It's so lovely to enjoy walking Denzil rather than dread it!!! He is generally much calmer all round, at home and when out and about so as I say I can't thank you enough for that!!”
Denzil and Helen
Dog Training Packages
Walking Nicely -
Rapid Recall -
Walking and Recall Combination Package -
Basic obedience -
Design your own package -
“You have given me more confidence to deal with my gorgeous black lab teenager, and Dot has enjoyed every minute of it. She has learnt something new each time and found it fun, particularly the amount of treats and the attention.”
Dot and Emma
Not sure which package is right for you?
If you are not sure which package is right for you, why not book an initial consultation? During this meeting we can discuss your dog and what your key aims and training priorities are. You can also ask me any questions you may have and I will give you practical hints and tips. We will begin training towards your goals there and then and I will advise you which package would be most suitable for your dog.
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Postcodes covered: MK7, MK10, MK17, MK40, MK41, MK42, MK43, MK44, MK45
Other areas covered but for a small additional fee for extra travel time and car costs.
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