I offer both a pay-as-you-go option, and a bulk buy of discounted classes (please see my ‘Puppy Packages’ on the left).
Puppy Packages are my most popular option as we can work through a whole range of behaviours (nipping, toilet training, crating) whilst forming basic obedience and the all the foundations for the dogs later life.
Sometimes, people are confident with managing their puppy but want to address an issue they’re struggling with and this is where I suggest booking a single session.
Give me a call if your unsure and we can talk more about your options!
To me, there is nothing better than enhancing the relationship between owner and dog. Allowing people to better enjoy and deepen their relationship with pets is my ultimate work. From obedience training to dealing with challenging or aggression cases, strengthening the bond between canine and humans is always the end goal.
In most cases of misbehaving dogs, it can be a simple case of miscommunication between owner and pet, with my expertise and guidance I can help turn things around and help build lasting relationships with your dog.
Traditional methods of dog training teach that we must forcefully dominate our pets, constantly asserting ourselves as Alpha. Whilst it is important to practice leadership, I believe in a consistently patient and calm approach that allows dogs to exist in harmony with us. With the correct knowledge and tools, you can do this too.
Central to my teachings is the importance of first listening to what the dog has to say. As a detached observer I am often able to pinpoint the stressor triggering the dog’s unwanted behaviour. From here, plan an achievable course of action for to renew a loving obedient relationship.
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Whilst based in Waltham Abbey, Essex, I can easily reach most of the M11 corridor including Woodford, Loughton, Epping, Hertford, Chelmsford, Harlow, Bishops Stortford, Saffron Walden and Cambridge.
Here to help with practical, positive training that provides lasting results to all breeds, ages and behavioural issues.