One to One training

Teach your dog to come when asked and walk politely on a lead.

© Lewis Cairns

Does your dog pull like a train on walks?

Don’t worry, you are not alone. Loose lead walking is a skill, and a tricky one to learn too! It is difficult for our dogs to learn to walk beside us on a lead as their natural instinct is to pull when that lead gets tight!

Using only force free and positive training methods, I can teach you how to train your dog to walk by your side.

Does your dog never come when you call them?
Recall is a tricky skill to master. At the end of the day, we need to be more exciting and interesting than the environment they are in. This is especially difficult with dogs who have a high prey drive or get easily distracted when they pick up a nice smell.

Using only force free and positive training methods, I can teach you how to get your dog to come back.

Do your house guests get knocked over by your excited dog who is desperate for cuddles?
Teaching a dog not to jump up at guests is important for many reasons. Firstly, if they are a larger breed, they could hurt or injure a guest. Secondly, not everyone wants mud and dog hairs all over them.

This behaviour can be a major cause of embarrassment for many owners as their dog dives to great their house guests.

Using only force free and positive training methods, we can work together to teach your dog to sit when visitors come through the door.

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