Puppy Training and Socialisation
A one to one training session as opposed to group puppy training gives you advice and learning specifically catered to you and your new pup. Instead of taking a whole session for 6 puppies to learn to sit, in a room which is not part of their normal daily life, a one to one session will give you, the owner, the right skills and understanding to train your puppy daily without them even knowing they are learning something useful, and doing what they are supposed to be doing.
Puppy training should be on-going every day, so listening to you becomes a normal part of their daily life, not just when you get the treat box out on a Tuesday evening!
That way when they hit ‘teenage – I can do what I like’, which I can guarantee they will, you will be armed with the right skills to stop their games in their tracks, and get them using their brains to your advantage instead!!
If however you have got to the rebellious teenage stage already and are ready to tear your hair out, please don’t despair! Its not too late at all! We can get them back on the straight and narrow!!!
In my experience, many behavioural problems stem from a lack of ability to ‘self control’ in the dog, and no real leadership from. As the owner of a new puppy it’s your responsibility to make sure that your dog grows up stable and balanced. As early as possible, you need to socialise your dog by introducing it to other animals, noises, distractions and people…all whilst you AND the dog remain calm and in firm control.
No more chasing them round the park because they won’t come back, no more knocking the elderly over when they run up to say hi, no more chasing cyclists along tow paths… there really is an end to it all , I promise!!
We also offer socialisation walks for you and your dog as part of a training programme, to get them used to walking and playing with a wide variety of dogs, big ones, small one, quiet ones, bouncy ones, loud ones, hairy ones…get your puppy used to it all early on. These are available after initial training sessions and when i feel the dog is ready for group walk situations.
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