Our Dog Training Courses
A better way to a Perfect Dog
We offer a full range of classes to suit the individual requirements of your dog, whether they are new pup or an old timer.
Classes are taught using reward based training methods and we encourage the use of treats, toys and both vocal and physical praise. We do not use check/choke chains and class numbers are restricted to ensure each gets the support they need.
A Perfect Dog is a well trained and fun to be with! Everyone would like a well behaved and socially acceptable dog. We at Perfect Dog are here to help you achieve results by promoting responsible dog ownership using fun reward based training methods.
Our training methods help to solve dog behaviour problems such as:
- Basic dog obedience
- Aggressive behaviour
- Chewing and destructiona
- Digging in the garden
- Jumping up
- Nuisance barking
- Pulling on the lead
- Puppy Training
- Separation Anxiety
- Toileting in the house
and much more…
What will my dog learn?
The Perfect Dog Course has redefined traditional Dog Training. Gone are the Military Style training procedures, where you “Bark” commands at your poor dog! These have been replaced by Play. The training is reward based and clickers are used for all activities.
SIT, DOWN, STAY, are still there, but they are learnt in conjunction with SKATEBOARDING, and playing the PIANO.
We cover all aspects of TARGET TRAINING using Paws, Nose, and Mouth. These skills can make your dog useful around the house. Closing doors, loading washing machines, finding lost articles!
WHISTLE TRAINING for recall becomes a game. The dogs return to you after running through an obstacle course. The good thing about whistle training is that the dogs are not being yelled at so they learn fast! Everyone is Happy!
We run both Beginner and Advanced training course on a rolling basis and they are constantly being progressed, meaning you can join at any time. Children are welcome; they often out CLICK their parents!
- 4 Week Course
- Payable In Advance
- Tuesday 7pm, Balham
- Saturday 1pm, Balham