to develop a co-operative companion dog, training techniques
must be fair, consistent and fun. All lessons in our
training kit are taught with positive motivation to
ensure the dog and handler understand their roles in
New lessons are introduced
with food, especially for puppies, but there is no problem
if you choose to train without food rewards. Food helps
to speed up the teaching of new concepts, but in order
to build a long lasting bond you still need to learn
to praise with enthusiasm.
We have a vast amount of practical training experience
on many different breeds. We have trained many a dog
with food, toys, praise, clickers and specialized
collars. Many of our clients are returning with their
2nd and 3rd generation dogs.
All this experience allows us to present the best
dog training advice for both the dog and handler.
Our goal is to have a positive approach to suit every
temperament. It is important that both the handler
and dog clearly understand what is being taught and
We invite you to try out our dog training kit and
see how you can benefit from the knowledge we aim
to impart on all dog owners. It is our belief that
through informative training we can achieve our vision
of happy dog owners with obedient pets.