Forward Thinking

Dog Training



Do you want your dog to be a well behaved member of the family?

Maybe your dog is not quite as you imagined. People might notice you on walks because your dog is pulling and lunging. Your dog may be barking the house down when anything passes your window or someone comes to the door. Did someone forget to tell you that the adorable sleepy puppy would become an adolescent with more drama than reality TV?


Dogs enrich our lives, whether that is to cuddle while laughing at cat videos, or a happy panty face that makes you smile. You may have a hairy other half as a guide or assistance dog, that helps you with daily tasks and companionship.


Just like us, dogs have different personalities which can come with a range of behaviours and anxieties. Working with you and your dog to resolve things like barking, jumping, barging through doorways and pulling on the leash.


Dog training has changed a lot in the past years. Using positive reinforcement and force free training methods, this means you won't ask you to jerk on the leash, raise your voice or throw things. It can be confusing to navigate through the wealth of information out there, from what other people tell us and what you find online.


Guiding you to get the best outcomes with evidence-based training methods which are both kind to your dog and effective. If there are unwanted behaviours to address or if you have a perfect little angel that you would like to teach some tricks to, like sit or down or something fancier, then please get in touch.