We believe that a dog should be managed, ultimately, by voice and/or body language.
A naked dog is a dog that you can trust. It knows its place in the world.
He's our animal companion rather than merely a pet.
Our classes focus on real-life problems prevention, developing social skills along with teaching basic manners. You and your dog will learn how to communicate with each other by developing a great relationship based on cooperation and trust.More
We have many years of experience working with both dogs and their owners. We seek training opportunites in other countries like India and Vietnam. We keep up-to-date with new training developments and are active in professional developments.
Your dog comes and lives with us while you go travel around New Zealand or going overseas.
Your dog learns our house rules while enjoying the company of our dog called Max. All dogs get our attention, and our love.More
Dogs don't naturally behave the way we want them to behave; they must learn to adjust to a human environment.
When we train, we aren't looking to end up with a spit-and-polish dog who obeys our every command with military precision but rather, to establish leadership and promote respectful submission by using the things they like to do as reinforcement for things we want them to do.
Set the rules and they will follow most of them and be rewarded.
By teaching your dog that he can rely on you to be their source of fun, you'll find that your relationship with your dog will naturally improve.
When your relationship matures, both you and your dog will enjoy each others company. Let's inspire some balance into our lives. The time that you put into managing your dog in your environment will reward you and your dog for years to come.
The question is.... how do you get there?
Pull on the lead
Display aggressive/nervous behaviour
Destroy your home or possessions
Refuse to come when called
Misbehave in the car
Refuse to eat at meals times
Chase other animals
This doesn't mean he's a 'bad' dog. Rather, it's his 'behaviour' that isn't okay. Do you feel that your dog isn't listening to you? Perhaps you doesn't know the language.
"Has given me confidence to know how to teach him to walk loose leash!"by Jim
" The instructors are knowledgeable, experienced informative, and teach in a positive, and relaxed manner"by Suzie
"The greatest benefit to me was greater knowledge of dog behaviour and training methods"by Alison
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