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Dog Training School

If you are hoping to take your dog to work or visit a therapy setting, it is important not to introduce your puppy to a busy workplace too early. Our Dog Training School is a great place to start for those looking to introduce a new puppy to the home or teach basic training to older dogs, with a view to therapy dog work in the future.

a puppy training on the beach with a ball

Introduction to Training for Puppy & Older Dogs

 If you have undertaken little or no training with your puppy or adult dog, then the 24 video based dog training tutorials will help achieve a good basic level. Each of the 6 chapters mirrors a weekly session at our live training school. CPD 24 hours

If you are preparing to introduce a new puppy to your home with a view to therapy dog work in the future then the Introduction to Training for Puppy & Older Dogs is an ideal way to start.

 

The video based tutorials will provide a step by step guide to basic manners and common behaviours using kind, reward based force free methods. The course will help your young dog build confidence and learn the essentials, such as recall and loose lead walking as well as help to manage unwanted behaviours.

There is also a general information pack on how to introduce your puppy or young dog to his new environment.

This course is CPD Accredited for 24 hours. Please click here to browse our other CPD Accredited Therapy Dog Workshops.

Dog Walk

Bronze Intermediate

For dogs who have completed basic training. Follow up from our Introduction to Training for Puppy & Older Dogs above.

Dog

Advanced Silver

This is the recommended minimum level of training for therapy dogs.

Video based training tutorial

Have fun and delight your clients with our easy to follow beginners trick training course. 17 demonstration videos with easy step by step instructions and lesson sheets.

Your dog will love you for it.

Dog Waving Paw

Fun interactions with your dog

For dogs who have completed basic training. and would like to increase their bond by having fun and learning easy tricks to delight your clients.

Remember if you are hoping to take your dog to work or to visit a therapy setting it is important not to introduce your puppy to a busy workplace too early.Your puppy will be overwhelmed enough with getting used to his new home & family.  If something scares or unnerves a dog at an early stage it can set in for life.  We also recommend that no dog is introduced to a therapy setting without an assessment of his suitability and enjoyment of the work and is a minimum of 18 months old. 

 

Please do not expose your puppy to other dogs until he has received his early vaccinations.

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