My aim is to Inspire, Motivate and Encourage in the art of fulfilling the 'Parenting'/Leading/Guiding role in any dog’s life - that helps the Owner Improve, Progress and Achieve good well-balanced control, interaction and obedience with their dog .....
- and for the dog to feel confident knowing that his/her Owner can take good charge of the social family unit appropriately ............. dogs need to rely on good guiding leadership from an Owner aiming to be a good 'parent type figure'.
With NO treats, toys or clickers required (and NO Alpha Rolls either)! - Why should these be considered necessary? .... If a dog’s motivation to respond is based on something tasty or a toy, then what is more important, you or the treat? ..... And if someone else has a more tasty treat, who might your dog prefer to respond to???
Surely, YOU are the most important part of your dog's life, so why try and convince him/her that something else is instead???
Relating between Human to Canine ... This is the area that unfortunately and unintentionally can be misunderstood, resulting in confusion between Owner and dog. However, learning to reach and become part of their world, brings them closer to ours.
Group Club Classes (all Levels) at Merrow and Normandy / Private Visit / Puppy Training ...... for details and Price List see under 'CLASSES'.
(Also available as a Guest Trainer (date allowing) - one-off, temporary or semi-regular).
Plus incorporating focus on dog behaviour and 'dog good manners' within the Class too! - We go that extra mile to help Owner and dog. Not just to skate on the surface of training, but plunge for a better understanding and commitment to learning their way with us. Creating a special bond of understanding and interaction.
"This is more than a ‘business’ to me, as my clients will support. It is a committed ‘passion’ for the very way of the dog, that I feel privileged to share, and which the Club is focused upon."
If you want more from your training together - then look no further! Learning the dogs’ way of thinking is interesting and challenging, plus far more productive and enjoyable for you both.
....... Give your dog an evening out to enjoy using his/her mind to interact with you.
Whether this is your 'first-time' or just plain 'rusty'! - You and your dog will NOT be bored. (Neither will you feel awkward or embarrassed - I want you to enjoy the experience of learning together)
Develop yourself as a good reliable, guiding, and responsible leading member of your dog's human social family. Training is not teaching 'Tricks'! It is interactive communication between you both.
Thinking dog - and being a beneficial role model that your dog needs! By doing so, developing understanding trust and respect between you. What a combination!
Respect is highly valued by dogs, and special within the relationship. Both you and your dog respecting each other. But far better that you earn that respect, rather than try to buy it from your dog - your dog can tell the difference!
We are politely proud and confident to be unrivaled in dog training that does NOT teach dogs to just Perform, but teaches Owners to Connect. - Training with a dog’s Brain - not a Sausage!
Do you really want a dog to merely Respond/Perform for a treat or toy? Or your dog to be more aware and responsive within their family unit? The dog's 'family social unit' works and supports together, with supervising 'parenting leadership'.
Please feel welcome to contact me for a friendly chat about your present situation with your puppy or older dog, (or any previous obedience training), either Week-Days or Week-Ends (whichever is most convenient for you) 01483 . 724421 - Or via the Contact Section at the top of this page.
No standing or sitting around waiting your turn! Active throughout.....
No over-priced fees or gimmicks. (see Price List under Classes at top)
Full one hour session.
Feel genuinely welcome and part of an enjoyable training group.
Dogs of all ages are welcome and able to learn.
Plus valuing a large helping of good-will humour between us all
...... Come and visit, bring your dog, and enjoy watching with a cup of tea or coffee