What I Do… and the problem with ‘Shoulds’ when Teaching Dogs As I was out walking my dogs this morning, quite a few things were running through my mind (as is usually the case!) and I decided it was something worth sharing with you. I’ve seen quite a lot of
Step by Step Training GuidesPlease don’t hesitate to contact me if you encounter any difficulties with your downloadsStep by Step Training Guide – Teach a Conditioned Name Response£0.99When would I recommend this exercise to clients:If your dog is not very good at listening to you out on walksIf you find it difficult to get your
‘Cease & Desist’ 6 Week One to One Training ProgrammeThis is hands down THE MOST EFFECTIVE & RELIABLE behaviour I teach to my dogs, and it works so well that I have structured the entire training process into a 6 week programme, so I can get this out there as a single topic, focused course
Are Struggling to Train Your Dog? The Answer Could Be That You’re Not Doing These 2 Things, You dream of having a beautifully trained dog, who is a pleasure to have around. You’ve seen other people with these dogs, and you’re pretty sure you could achieve that with a bit
Does your dog regularly disappear at speed to chase ‘things?’ Get a better Understanding & Some Tips Here on How To Stop Your Dog Chasing. If your dog disappears in a cloud of dust after a rabbit? Or leaves you standing while he runs off into the distance after a dog, cat,
5 Tips For Keeping Your Dog Safe When Out Walking With so many pets being lost, stolen, injured or sadly even killed because they have run off or not returned to their owners when called, I thought I would post these 5 tips for Keeping Your Dog Safe When Out
Does your Dog Do any of These While You are out Walking? * Not come back when called * Run over to other dogs * Run over to people * Interrupt children playing games * Chase Bicycles * Chase Small Furry Animals * Chase Joggers * Ignore you * Fail to respond to the simplest commands If they do….
So you’ve decided to take your dog to training classes, great! 🙂 Did you know dog’s love to learn! As with anything though, there are good classes and not so good classes with good trainers and not so good trainers, so it really does pay to do your homework before