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Dog Training UK

How many times have you thought, "If only my dog was well behaved and obedient how much more enjoyable it would be to go out for a walk." Well it is possible. Our residential obedience training programme achieves success rates of approximately 98%...and usually in only three weeks! This is because our dog trainers use proven dog and puppy training techniques based on repetition, consistency and reward. We do not use harsh training methods. Our team of lady trainers will care for your dog or puppy, large or small, timid or bold.Just call us and we'll discuss the obedience training needs of your pet. 01704 821 512

4 steps to a well behaved dog

Step 1. Get free dog profile Telephone, e-mail, or book on line to reserve your dog’s place on our residential dog training course. Collection service available.Step 2. Dog training We will train your dog and demonstrate their new levels of obedience to you.Step 3. Owner training One to one tuition with one of our trainers (together your dog!) to help you learn how to handle your dog.Step 4. Dog home We will provide you with a guide to follow and on-going support to help you when returning home.

Dog Training UK, Isle of Man House, Meadow Lane, Croston, Leyland, Lancashire.

Pawsitive

Pawsitive will help you train your dog and resolve behaviour problems using kind, effective methods. As the name suggests, Pawsitive uses dog (and owner!) friendly methods to teach your dog exactly what it is that you want from it, as well as which behaviours you do not want. All too often, the messages owners give their dogs are unclear and inconsistent, making it unnecessarily difficult for the dog to understand what it is that the owner wants from it. When these lines of communication break down, problems develop.

Training dogs is all about teaching you, the owner, how to communicate more effectively with your dog. In practice this involves teaching the dog that there are predictable and consistent rule structures that govern its interactions with the people around it.

Most dogs learn very quickly which activities are profitable to engage in and which are not, and adjust their behaviour accordingly. For example, for many dogs raiding the bin is an extremely profitable endeavour but coming back to an irate owner who is shouting their name angrily across the park is not!! Simone

Once owners understand how to make any given behaviour profitable, or not, as the case may be, we can improve on good behaviours and eliminate those that we don’t like. For further details visit http://www.pawsitive.co.uk/

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Dog behaviour and training courses with leading UK expert Sarah Whitehead.

STOP PRESS! Sarah’s brand new online training programme in canine body language and facial expression is just launched! Find out more at: LearnToTalkDog.com

Whether you dream of launching a new career in animal behaviour and training, or are simply fascinated by the subject, Alpha Education courses offer a chance to gain education and experience at your own pace.

Most of our accredited courses are home-study based, allowing you to learn when and where it suits you. There are courses for every level, offering exceptional opportunities for progression and potential career development.

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Born and raised in Wimbledon, England, Victoria Stilwell is one of the world's most recognized and respected dog trainers, reaching audiences in over 80 countries.

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She is best known for her role as the star of Animal Planet's hit TV series It's Me or the Dog, through which she is able to share her insight and passion for positive reinforcement dog training by taming some of the world’s most unruly pets as she counsels families on their pet problems. She also served as a judge on CBS's Greatest American Dog.

Her Positively Podcast series is available globally, while her popular website, Positively.com, serves as the online home of positive reinforcement dog training and features the world’s leading veterinary behaviourists, dog trainers and behavioural scientists on her Positively Expert Blog.

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The Young Kennel Club is the club for kids who love dogs, helping children learn new skills, build confidence and make new friends. We welcome ANYONE between the ages of 6 years right up to 24 years! So for JUST £15 you can get a year FULL of adventures when you join our club. Whether you own a pedigree, crossbreed or just LOVE dogs!

There are many different opportunities from basic dog training to agility classes and if you would like to work with dogs as a career, there are specially arranged days where you can chat with professionals whose fields include dog grooming, vets, vets nursing, photography and many more.

If you would like to join our would like further information please email ykc@thekennelclub.org.uk

thedogstrustTRAINING VIDEOS: TRAINING VIDEOS

We have launched a series of videos, Dog Training Made Easy, to teach your dog basic training and commands. Carolyn Menteith, host of the 25 videos, guides dog owners through important topics such as handling your dog, biting, sitting, barking, digging, eating poo, commands such as sit, stay, and retrieve, and so much more.

These videos are around 2-5 minutes each and can be watched in order or individually. As a whole, the series aims to help you ensure your dog is socialable, well trained, and a happier dog.

To see these great videos just follow this link
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