Dog Training designed for you

Whether your dog is in their adolescence or adult stage of life, they’ve been with you all their life or a recent rescue with our training sessions. Your dog can learn new behaviours and ways to get through life.

Empower your dog to make positive choices, helping them, and you live life fully.

Learn new ways to train your dog so you can enjoy your time together at home and outdoors. At the same time, you’ll learn to understand their behaviour and practice using positive reinforcement training to train and build your relationship with your dog.

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Individualised training and support

1-2-1 Private Training with your dog

Positive Reinforcement Training
Dogs over the age of 24 weeks
Relationship Building
At Home
Our Training Venue

The one-to-one dog training sessions are designed to give you the skills to teach your dog to perform basic behaviours on a cue. A common problem is we start to repeat cue words, and eventually, our signal for sit becomes “Sit Sit Sit”.

We will show you a technique that enables you to give a cue just once for each behaviour. Dynamic sessions are designed around your needs and to suit your dog’s learning style.

This flexible approach will enable you to enjoy the training and make good progress in each session.

Foundation 1-2-1 training sessions.

These dog training sessions build the foundations or can be for more advanced training. Without training, unwanted reactions such as jumping up, chasing, nipping, and pulling on the lead can begin.

A well-trained dog with all the foundation training in place. Has a better opportunity to understand the environment and be empowered to make good choices throughout life.

When starting the foundations of any new behaviour training session, whether a new trick or stay. Keep the three D’s (distance, duration and distractions) to a minimum.
Then, when the foundations are in place, these can be added one at a time to increase the criteria required.

Building on the Foundations of Basic Dog Training.

Advanced dog training sessions are designed to build on the foundations of the initial training.

These sessions can also help you if you are involved in Agility, Flyball, Rally or Obedience and need help to solve a particular issue you are coming up against in your training.

Setting our dogs up for success.

Designed so you and your dog can succeed at each increment towards the desired behaviour level.

Individual dogs learn at different speeds; one dog may learn a sit-stay quickly but take longer to acquire a primary down, whereas the next dog may be the opposite.

Things like breed and body shape can affect this, but there are always exceptions to every rule. Always best to take each dog as an individual.

Teach them in sessions designed to suit, making learning enjoyable for you and your dog.

That’s it! Well Done.

How do our dogs know when they have achieved our goal?

The first of these sessions will also introduce you and your dog to marker training. You could use a word or a clicker. A clicker is a tool which is fantastic for aiding dog training.

Dogs thrive on consistency.

When learning new things, our voices tend to differ every time. These changes can lead to confusion in practice.

Even more so when more than one person is teaching the dog, when used by the family, the clicker gives the dog a clear and consistent marker to help them understand their training.
We will show you how to introduce your marker word or clicker to your dog.

Frequently Asked Questions

What areas do you cover?

We offer 1-2-1 dog training sessions both in your home, at our venue and in suitable outdoor public spaces. We cover Chichester, Emsworth, Fareham, Havant, Portsmouth, Waterlooville, and surrounding areas.

Our venue’s indoor and Outdoor classes and sessions are held at Crabbick Farm, Lower Crabbick Lane, Denmead.

We also offer online consultations. If you are outside our normal area or want to discuss a training issue. These also are a great choice for sensitive dogs’ initial sessions.

What happens if the weather is bad?

We check the weather forecast on the morning of the scheduled session. If the weather is predicted to be unsuitable for training, we will contact you to reschedule training at a mutually suitable date and time.

What do I need to bring to training?

Your dog in their flat collar (and body harness if you have one) and standard lead. Lots of treats, both high and low value.

How much does dog training cost?

Our 1-2-1 training sessions cost £50, last for fifty minutes and include a follow-up phone or video call to check your progress.

Group classes vary in cost depending on your chosen course:

The Life-Skills Course is a 6-week course covering all the basic obedience for your dog. The cost of the course is £80

The Recall Course is a 2-week course focused on building and improving your dog’s ability to return when called. The cost of the course is £35.

The Loose Lead Course is a 2-week course focused on building and improving your dog’s ability to walk on lead without pulling. The cost of the course is £35

Train your dog in a fun and effective way with Positive reward methods.

1-2-1 training sessions are available at our venue in Denmead, at your home or a suitable outdoor location within our normal working area. Sessions cost £50 each, and packages are available.

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