Dog Training

Training available for:

  • General Obedience

  • Social Skills

  • Behavioural problems 

  • Re-call issues

  • Young people's relationship with their dog

  • Clicker Training

  • Loose Lead walking

  • Puppy Training

  • positive re-enforcement 

  • Agility Training

  • and much more

One to One Personalised Training and Group Classes available

Let us help you get the best out of your dog, with our fully qualified trainers. Dog training classes are a great way to socialise your dog, and meet other dog owners. If you have a new puppy or an older dog in need or a refresher class, we have something for everyone.

 

A short telephone consultation is enough to assess your needs and that of your dog so we can arrange the package best suited to you, just call 01386 555221 or Email: valedogtraining@outlook.com

 

During your SIX WEEKS Vale Training Classes, we can help you and your dog grow together so that you can enjoy a perfectly trained companion. We cater for dogs under 6 months old and more advanced training for dogs over 6 months, either as one to one sessions or in small groups. Families are welcome, so if you want to get your young people involved please bring them along. (young people must always be supervised by an adult)

 

Sessions are one hour in duration which includes a ‘mad 5 minutes’ to help the dogs burn off any pent up energy before getting down to the more focused task of learning.

 

One to one dog training sessions enable you to understand and develop your training, therefore achieving the right approach for your dog.

 

Has your dog chased sheep or other livestock? It may have only been once, but with increasing access to the countryside comes the increased likelihood of your dog coming into the firing line. The farmer is simply protecting his livestock and the shooting of your dog will be just as traumatic for him as it is for you.

This may sound dramatic but each year more and more dogs are shot as a result of worrying livestock.

Learn techniques to help you avoid the likelihood of this with my 'anti-livestock chasing' module.