Loose Lead Training in Waterlooville

Two Classes | Outdoor Venue | Cost £40

Who is the course designed for?

For dogs of all ages
For owners wanting to focus on training their dog’s ability to walk nicely on lead.

What is in the course?

Two Group Classes
In-person training at our outdoor venue in Denmead
Maximum of four dogs per course.
Handling Skills
Using appropriate equipment for lead walking
Working with distractions and having fun together

Developing your dog’s basic skills

Build your dog’s motivation to walk with a loose lead with you and learn how to enjoy the walk with them.

Lead Walking Training

Learn how to train calm and appropriate walking on a lead. Understand your dog’s behaviour and how their environment drives it.

Rock Solid behaviour

Step by step, loose lead walking. Being consistent is the real key to teaching loose lead walking and having a dog that will walk by your side. So, both of you are starting to enjoy those walks together again.

Build your dog’s Focus

Learn and teach your dog a Hand Touch, Communication and Attention to you. Build on your bond with your dog using force-free loose-lead walking methods.

Progressing your Loose Lead Walking

Discuss and understand common training mistakes when lead training. Build up the distractions and difficulty for your dog while setting them up to succeed.

Cost of Course £40

Our Happy Clients!

Iain is an excellent trainer. His calm personable manner helps you to feel relaxed and able to take on board his suggestions.

He has a great wealth of knowledge and is always happy to help if you have questions that are not part of the weeks training. This is our 3rd puppy and we only wish we had found him sooner and used him for our other 2-we learned so much more with him and are using our new knowledge with the other 2 older dogs now and getting great results.

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Samantha Kestle

I needed help with basic puppy training, for polite and obedient dog. We met with Iain, who was great… With pup and Me… I got bit emotional as I was so desperate to get things right. Iain didn’t seem fazed at all, calmed me, gave me the confidence to carry on.

My pup loved him, and we have carried on with training at home. I took on board lots of tips Iain shared and he was happy to answer all my random doggy questions.
I am so happy I met with him and he’s been in contact to see how things are going.
Definitely recommend highly.

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Dawn “Dee” Febre

Iain’s training was extremely helpful and easy to transfer from being at the training to home life.

I have noticed a huge change in the behaviour of my puppy throughout the course.

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Josh Merluk

Frequently Asked Questions

Why does my dog pull on the lead?

Dogs get rewarded for always pulling on the lead, pulling their handler to a grass verge to sniff. How about pulling to get to that small crumb of food? Or the biggie dragging us all the way to the park, then being let off to run and play.

What happens if the weather is bad?

We check the weather forecast the day before each scheduled class. If the weather is predicted to be unsuitable for training, we will check the availability of the covered training arena. If available, the class will be run under cover. If, however, the arena is not available, we will postpone training that week and continue the course from the following week.

What do I need to bring to class?

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

Are there class note handouts for each class?

We have gone one further for you. Your Client Portal will give you access to additional course information, videos and insight for each lesson of your in-person course.

The next available Loose Lead Walking Course starts Sunday, 19th of May

Are the above dates not suitable? The following available courses are below:
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