Puppy Training

If your dog is under 24 weeks old, this training is for you. Learn how your dog learns, understand their behaviours and avoid common mistakes. 1-2-1 and group puppy training designed to help you understand your new family member. Giving them everything they need to help them grow into the best they can be.

Puppy training sessions will set you and your puppy up for success.

We are here to help you navigate through your puppy’s early development stages. Creating the building blocks for your future companion.

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Your puppy is learning all the time. Even when you think you’re not training

1-2-1 Private Training with your puppy

Positive Reinforcement Training
Puppies under the age of 24 weeks
Relationship Building
At Home
Our Training Venue

When your new puppy arrives home, many things can develop quickly, and training starts the moment you collect your new family addition.

Our dogs are always learning, whether it is something we want them to know or not. Training begins when they arrive home with you; the breeder should have started this training for you. Also, prevention is better than cure when it comes to unwanted behaviours.

With preparation and knowledge, we can make our puppy’s transition towards adulthood as smooth as possible for everyone. Consistency on our part is the key to an enjoyable start to a new life together.

With 1-2-1 training. You will be heading towards success.

1-2-1 training sessions help you get off on the right foot. We will advise on the basics of house training or puppy toilet training, how puppies learn, exercise and diet.

Another essential factor is getting your puppy used to everyday situations, such as what to chew and when, being around children, getting used to periods of being alone without getting distressed and getting accustomed to travelling in vehicles.

Starting to train your puppy.

When they arrive home, they begin their basic training of sits, downs, settle, hand touches, and leaves.

Other exercises, like Loose lead walking and recall, also start at this early stage. All training will be designed to suit both your dogs and your lifestyle and abilities.

Puppies are always learning.

When to start training a puppy?

Your puppy is learning from you every moment they are with you, whether you think you are teaching or not.

We will help you learn not to reinforce unwanted habits or behaviours and to be the consistent teacher your puppy needs you to be.

They grow up fast!

Very quickly, a puppy moves into adolescence and starting the basic foundation training early is essential for all breeds.

Your puppy is never too young to start their foundation training. We will help your puppy to grow into the best they can be and have fun while you’re doing it.

Frequently Asked Questions

What areas do you cover?

We offer 1-2-1 puppy training sessions 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.

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 is the first thing to train with your puppy?

The initial training should include things like basic manners, toilet training, appropriate teething behaviours, and continuing their socialisation experiences.

What do I need to bring to training?

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

When to start puppy training?

Your puppy begins to learn about you, the world around them, and how affects their behaviour affects both from the moment you collect them from the breeder.

It is best to focus on training and guiding your puppy from day one. Remember the old adage, “It is easier to learn than unlearn behaviours!”.

Train your puppy 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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