Puppies learn hugely in the first 18 weeks of their life, this is the best time to do your training. It's
incredible what they can take on and learn, the good and the not so good!
training courses use positive reinforcement and are a combination of training, confidence building, developing handler focus
and working with distractions. Giving you a structured and broad introduction to training and living with your dog. Helping
you understand your dog, how they learn and helping them live in our human world.
Courses run throughout the year, during the winter training is in Eton Wick, at the Scout Hut near the football pitch,
just off Haywards Mead. From May to september training is at a secure field in Eton Wick, SL4 6QY
|One way to get ALL their attention!! :-)
Adult dog training - Dates to follow, in
conjunction with Eton Wick Scout hut reopening.
5 dogs in a group.
One hour lesson.
6 week course,
Sample Course content:
Stop jumping up
can be adapted to include specific requests of each group.
Puppy training classes - Dates to follow,
in conjunction with Eton Wick Scout hut reopening.
to 6 months old old.
Groups of 5.
6 week course £95
Understanding how dogs learn
The importance of sleep
Developing a good reflex to name
Handler focus - eye
Helping your dog to have a safe/calm place to hang out
Sit, down, wait, stay
Developing loose leash walking
How should children approach your dog?
Dealing with novelty, other dogs, people
Arousal and understanding what it means
of time for questions........
One to One training program
Training carried out in the comfort of your own home, in a relaxed environment for enhanced learning. This is an
excellent course for new dog owners with puppies, dogs who may not be suited to a group environment, or people with time restrictions.
Four hours of 1:1 training, usually carried out over a 6 week period
Weekly online catchup to check progress
Videos of exercises completed in training
support over the training period for any new challenges
Times are by arrangement.
of this course are adapted to the needs of each individual dog, a general guide is outlined below:
- Understanding how dogs learn
- Eye contact, checking in with the handler
- Developing a good reflex to name
- Default sit/avoiding jumping up
- Recall - the very beginning
- Building confidence
- Appropriate Play
WEEK 2 (1HR)
- Revisit Week 1
- Handling/vet check
- Building focus on the owner
- Sitting with distractions
- first stage stage
- Starting loose leash walking
- Settle - helping your dog have a calm place to hang out whether
you are in or out.
WEEK 3 (1HR)
- Revisit training from week 2
- Challenges, jumping
up, mouthing etc
- Dealing with everyday novelty, the hoover for example.
- Children - how to approach
- Playing, having fun
- Developing recall
- Developing loose leash walking
arousal and how to deal with it.
Travel charges may apply.
Additional 1 hour session including 2
weeks of online support £45.
Additional 1 hour session including 2 weeks of online
support, plus training plan £65