Dog Training Classes in Surrey
Puppy Classes (2 to 4 months)
How to engage your puppy in play
Developing a lasting relationship with your puppy through play.
Communicating with your puppy
Proper communication techniques are essential when teaching basic obedience.
Introducing your puppy to the lead
How to introduce the lead in such a way as to not cause your puppy undue distress that may result in long-term anxiety issues.
Socializing with other dogs
An important part of puppy development is knowing how to behave with other dogs—at home, in the streets and at the park.
Play-biting and mouthing
Learn to set boundaries, and to nip unacceptable behavior in the bud.
Basic Classes (4 months and above)
The more confident you are in handling your dog, the better they will respond to you.
Walking to heel
Does your dog pull on the lead on walks? Teach it to walk correctly!
Sit & down
Train your dog to sit or lay down on command. Essential for developing control and obedience.
Teach your dog to stay when you answer the door without worrying about your four-legged friend bolting!
Learn to read your dog’s behavior and develop the right body language for effective commands.
Intermediate Classes (7 months and above)
Walking off lead
Give your dog freedom to roam, and put your mind at ease when walking your dog off-lead.
To develop the skills to call your dog back from any situation with one command.
Behavioral control in different environments
Be able to take your dog anyway, be it the park, a busy country fair, or on the bus.
Down-stay & stand-stay
Teach your dog to stay in any position when you need to leave their side.