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Whether you're bringing home a new puppy for the first time, adopting a rescue dog or already have a family dog, canine behaviour can be complex and the reasons dogs do things can for the owner often be difficult to understand and unravel.

Behaviour Consult

Behaviour Consult

There are many factors as to why a dog may develop behavioural problems. Genetics, environment, past experiences, abuse, lack of socialisation, medical, all could be defining reasons as to why. [Read more]

 

Dog Training

Dog Training

Everyone wants a well trained, obedient dog. However, without investing time in dog obedience training, just like a teenager, a dog's adolescence is the time when everything starts to fall apart. [Read more]

 
Puppy Training
Puppy Training

Puppy training is fun, or it should be. Puppies are like little learning sponges, soaking up information every waking minute and as they grow, so does their confidence and ability to get into trouble. [Read more]

 
Dog walking and dog care
Dog walking and dog care

We also offer Dog Walking and Care Visits that are also very popular. All our sessions are 1-2-1 so you and your dog get the most out of which ever service you require. [Read more]

 

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Testimonials

I would like to thank you so much for your help with my two terriers. I have been following your advice and we have been training every day.
Maria Campbell

We bought a Border Collie puppy at the age of 9 weeks and tried with puppy training classes in a hall (which of course doesn't work for a Border Collie). Every time we fed Enya she would go into a hyper mode...
Alan Saunders & family