This course is for dogs that have had little or no training It offers the opportunity to train your dog and socialise in a controlled, safe environment. The course will cover teaching the very basics to your dog. Most dogs that attend this course quite often will have problems and it is important that they know basic training before any attempt is made to solve their more serious problems. The vast majority of owners who attend this course have problems with some aspects of their dog’s behaviour including recalls, pulling on the lead, separation anxiety and anti-
With over 15 years of experience we have found that a course consisting of 6 one hour sessions to be the most effective. The number of dogs allowed to attend this course is limited to ten and with four instructors on hand it offers excellent value for money. This course is held on a Wednesday evening; starting time is 6.30pm.
CONTENT AND EXPECTATIONS
What we are able to achieve on this course is a dramatic improvement in the dog’s overall behaviour and training. However some dogs may have quite serious, ingrained problems that may need more than one course or one-
We are able to offer a wide range of courses that are structured to help you achieve the behaviour and control you require in your dog. Once you have completed the Induction course we will be able to offer you a place on the novice dog course. These courses operate on weekends and evenings.
We would also encourage all members of the family to attend the course as we feel it is important that every one is consistent with the dog and its training!
The course is a combination of theory and practical, all aimed at achieving the aims of the Induction course outlined below.
All owners with their dogs will receive one to one instruction on how to control their dog when off the lead in our training paddocks.
All this and more! Included is your starter pack. This contains all course work and information about how to have a happy well-
On completion of the Induction course you and your dog will be invited to the next level, the novice dog course.
We are currently teaching over 300 people a week to train their dogs and as such demand for places in all courses is high, we would recommend that you book your place to guarantee the time and day of your choice. Better still talk to us for free, informal, professional advice before you even get your dog particularly if you are considering a rescue dog as the new member of your pack. This would help for a smoother transitional period in the first few days of having your new dog home!