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Teenage Dogs...

Dog Training never stops and whilst we would never say that you must keep attending classes, it is necessary for you to keep it up at home.  Don't confuse your dog, by setting a rule one day and breaking it the next.

Many of us attend puppy class with our new puppy and then once things have settled down, you stop going to class because your dog has started to understand what he or she can get away with.  You know the rule you made about never letting your dog upstairs, being near the dining table when you eat, or even barking in the garden and chasing the squirrels – well by now, we have stopped worrying about it.  And guess what, those bad habits have crept in.  Along with rushing off in the park and not coming back when called.  Messing about while you put the lead on. Jumping about in the car and barking when its not needed.  
Sound familiar?  Yes we have all been there, and this is the time to think about some more training.
Maybe outdoors this time?
We have classes at our centre where we can support you as you remind your dog to behave and listen to you whilst around other dogs and people.  Working together in a small group we can practice and help each other to teach our dogs.  We meet every week at 10am - so perfect around school hours.  We work in a secure outdoor school surrounded by fields which have deer, pheasant, squirrels etc etc so can cover most options. We have people come from Chichester and Arundel through to Portsmouth, Lee on Solent and Fareham. Oh and the other direction, we have clients from Petersfield, Hindhead and even as far as Guildford and Byfleet, Godalming and Alfold.  So an easy venue to get to.  We offer one off visits or you can sign up for a 4 or 8 week training packages along with our 121 assessment session. Contact me and see what we do and how we can help.

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