One To One Training

Are you and your dog stuck in a rut?  Is he pulling your around on the lead and nothing you say or do seems to get him to walk by your side?  Would you like to increase the bond you and your dog have and teach him new ways of doing things?

Is your dog is scared of the neighbourhood kids, and constantly barks whenever one approaches?  Maybe you are dealing with dog/dog aggression or lead reactivity (barking and lunging at dogs or people when on lead).  Perhaps your schedule is so busy you can’t attend a regular class.  Help is here.

With one to one (private) training session, you decide on the behaviours to train (or un-train), and you decide when and where the lessons take place.

Using science to train your dog in a fun and caring way without complicated rules.  Teach  your dog what you want him to know!

Call now to discuss your training needs on  0872649510

Available all over North County Dublin and the surrounding areas.  First lesson is 1 1/2 hours to include discussion of your training programme and personalised management plan, as well as assessment of your dog and answering any questions you have.

Fees:  Single session:  €65

Email to receive intake forms or request a call back

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Dog Training North Dublin City and County, up to Meath and Louth up to, in and around Drogheda

6 thoughts on “One To One Training

  1. My dog is very aggressive and anxious when people come to our house we have to hold him and then let him smell person then he is grand , he had bitten now a few times so we are very worried ! He’s 2 and is a shitzu , wondering do u take the dog for a few days as we tried the home training before but didn’t work , he is good at doing most commands for us it’s just the aggressiveness when people come
    To house

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  2. Hi, I have a 3 year old husky mix who is reactive on the lead when out on walks, I’ve recently switched to a slip lead and it has been working on humans but not so much on seeing other dogs, he also barks a lot when my brother and his children come over and I would like to know what’s the best way I could help him be more comfortable around people that come into the house and also make his walks more enjoyable. Thanks in advance

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    1. Hi Becca, I would not actually recommend a slip lead as it may be suppressing expression of his discomfort and not actually fixing his reactivity. We would recommend a combination of impulse control games, counter conditioning, focus on handler and an alternate behaviour to barking and lunging.

      If you would like more information or to get a behaviour modification plan drawn up please complete an Intake Form and Behavioural questionnaire. If you have questions, feel free to ring or email
      https://form.jotform.com/202136740643045
      https://form.jotform.com/202153200215030

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