Group Classes

Basic Obedience Class

This series of 6 classes focuses on teaching Basic Obedience Cues (Touch, Look, Sit, Lie Down, Stay, Leave It, Loose Leash Walking and Recall) as well as general impulse control and focus around distractions. Learning and practicing these behaviours in an exciting but controlled class environment allows both you and your dog to work together effectively no matter where you find yourselves.

When: Please contact us for information about the next set of classes.

Where: The Penfold Centre, 1 Neville Gill Close, SW18 4TJ. There is limited on-street parking (free after 7pm), as well as an NCP car park immediately next door.

Cost: £120

Please note that classes are limited to 5 dogs, so to reserve your spot please complete the registration form below.

Private Sessions

The goal of any training session is to improve the relationship between owners and their pets, with an emphasis on effective communication and positive motivation. Each session is tailored to meet the specific needs of the individual client, but below are a few of the many topics we cover:

Desensitization to city life
Desensitization to handling and equipment
Crate training/House training
Puppy Manners
Basic Manners
Basic Training
Teaching New Tricks
Impulse Control
Leash Frustration and/or Aggression
Separation Anxiety
Dog-to-Dog Aggression
Dog-to-Human Aggression
Resource Guarding
New Baby Preparation and/or Introduction and Adjustment

Training Walks

Effective training can be a time-consuming process, especially when dealing with complex issues. As such it may be helpful to have a trainer work with your dog regularly one-on-one as a complement to private sessions. Training Walks will only ever be available in conjunction with on-going private sessions to ensure the sustainability and consistency of the training. Some examples of situations which might call for Training Walks are:

Impulse Control
Leash Frustration and/or Aggression
Dog-to-Dog Aggression
Dog-to-Human Aggression

Video Consultation

Video Consultations (via Skype, FaceTime or Messenger, for example) are ideal for situations in which the physical presence of the trainer is unnecessary. Examples include: 

Selecting The Right Dog
What To Look For In A Rescue
What To Look For In A Breeder
Preparing For Your New Dog's Arrival
Puppy-Proofing Your Home
Developing A Personalised House-Training Schedule