Private sessions in your garden or local park. Details of safety precautions on request.
Private sessions online using Facetime, Skype, Gmail, Facebook or Whatsapp video calls, using my dog for demonstation of training techniques
Group puppy classes in King George V Park
4 puppies per class
Weather dependant (classes will be postponed until the next week if it is unsuitable to train
If you and a friend are interested in training similar topics, such as recall, loose lead walking, you can organise a joint session.
2 dogs & owners - £25 each
3 dogs & owners - £19 each
4 dogs & owners - £15 each
Class groups - Sat morn & afternoon
Now taking bookings for January Classes
*Exact time may be subject to travel
All sessions include:
an initial consultation to discuss what you would like help with
some training techniques & management explanation
a detailed report with a training plan.
I am currently offering only online and outdoor face to face sessions.
Outdoor sessions will observe 2 m distance rules, and utilise face masks and sanitiser gels.
For online sesssions, we can use video calls to conduct a training session as usual. I will use my dog to demonstrate training techniques, observe you working with your dog and give training advice.
Mon - Thur: 5 pm - 8 pm
Fri: 1 pm - 8 pm
Sat: 9 am - 4 pm
Whether you are getting a new puppy or would like some help/suggestions with your adult dogs, I can help.
Examples of training sessions:
Preparing for puppy: I offer home visits to help prepare you and your home to receive your newest family member.
Early training sessions: Give your pup the best start in life and protect against potential future problems, such as resource guarding, fear at vet, harness/collar avoidance.
Change unwanted behaviours: such as barking at doorbell, pulling on lead, poor recall, barking at strangers or people passing, jumping up, chewing furniture, overly-excited greetings, crying when alone, and many more.
Fun tricks or nose work: train your dog to find your keys.
Brain games: fun games to improve general well being, reduce amount of physical activity required and improve your dogs problem solving skills.
The power of play!
Improving calm behaviours in exciting places: help your dog stay relaxed and controlled in a café or pub.
All with force-free, positive training techniques that are easy to implement and fit around your life!
COVID-19: Ideas to entertain our dogs
Scatter feeding: use your dogs meals to entertain them. Check out my video
Training: perfect the basics and teach new tricks.
Scent detection: hide items for your dog to sniff out.
Shaping games: hotter colder game without the 'colder'.
'Copy me': teach your dog to remember your movements and adapt them to his body and copy what you are doing.
Balance & propioception: use targeting and balance pads to develop strength and body awareness.
Playing with toys: teach different forms of play, such as: tuggy, chasing, stealing, retreieving and use them ro reinforce behaiour that you like.