Specific groups – puppy (see puppy page), novice and advanced.
Small group generally between 5-8 dogs.
7-week course, which is structured so you learn new things every week.
Due it being a course NO REFUND will be given a week prior of the course commencing
Approximately 1 hour each week.
Free goods for new puppy and novice owners
Fun based pet dog training.
Only positive methods used, clicker training, no force or punishment.
Some age specific behavioural advice given.
Qualified and experienced companion animal behaviourist and trainer COAPE, CAPBT.
Member of the APDT, Association of Pet Dog Trainers.
Puppies – 10 – 19 weeks upon course intake – Primary school!
Novice – 19 weeks and over – Secondary school!
Advanced – following on from the novice course – further or higher education!
Focusing on key issues such as walking on a loose lead, recall, jumping up, sit, down, stay, wait, leave and more.
Advice on problem adolescent stage (6-18 months of age)
Working on distractions which are generally the issue at this stage for a young dog
The Novice and Advanced group courses are only suitable for sociable, friendly dogs with no aggression or barking issues towards other dogs or people (see private help for this).
See the map section at the bottom of the page for directions to our training venue. Located at Episcopal Church Hall Springwells Ave, Airdrie ML6 6EA.
See our Novice course to book a course today.
Depending on who is in the course we will work on more advanced techniques, including further distraction work, some Rally-O, fun agility, Target training, send away, tricks, fun dance moves as well as continue your progress of previously learned skills.
See the map section at the bottom of the page for directions to our training venue.Located at Episcopal Church Hall Springwells Ave, Airdrie ML6 6EA.
See our Advanced course to book a course today.
Rather than using force with a dog, isn't it better for them to 'understand' what we would like them to do and for the dog to 'want' to and 'enjoy' doing it! We use only the most up to date, kind, fair and effective methods to help train your pets such as clicker positive reinforcement training. We do not advocate the use of punishment such as choke/check chain, spiked or prone collars or E-collar (electric). Nor kicking, nipping, pinching or pinning of dogs. Not only are these methods inhuman but also derogatory in training and behaviour modification not to mention the relationship with the pet.